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Published by Edu-Revamp Africa, Edugist.org is an online source for education coverage you can trust; with edgy opinion on education news, technology, innovation, leadership, learning, early childhood education, reforms/policies, scholarship updates, exclusive interviews and reviews. We post the latest, authentic jobs and events, in the sector.

At Edugist, we’re redefining the education narrative through media and technology – we drive the conversation on and about education on social media. Edugist is not just an education blog, it is an interposition!

Edugist produces a Talk Show and Podcast ‘The Education Diary with Elvis Boniface’ on Radio One 103.5FM Lagos.


About The Editor-in-Chief

Elvis Boniface, B.A. Ed is an inquirer, learner and educator passionately about changing the education narrative in Africa because he believes education is a goldmine that never runs out of gold. He started Edugist on a WordPress domain to share information with fellow and prospective students of the university of Lagos whilst an undergraduate there before launching this blog after so much pageview. Elvis is researching in the tripartite subject of Early Childhood Education, Educational Technology and Teachers’ Education.

               Elvis Boniface, B.A. E.d, Edugist Publisher and Editor-in-Chief

Elvis has being a victim and victor of both Nigerian education system and economy and thus has accumulate veritable experience to serve as the publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Edugist and the numerous work he does in Education; from being a head boy in all his classes in primary school, senior prefect of the community secondary school he attended, getting rejection letter from local universities, once a casual worker in the zoo of the University of Lagos with a salary of less than $34/month to graduating as one of the top fliers in academics and student entrepreneurship at same University, and attending various local and international training.

Many people call Elvis The Education Evangelist as a result of his work in the sector – even though he personally feels he has not started yet. He has advised, developed and implemented education-focus corporate social responsibility initiatives/products for many multinationals at all levels of education –Primary schools, secondary schools and higher institutions and has been rewarded in scholarships, grants, on-air time, speaking platform, panel moderating, coaching, consultancy, advisor – locally and abroad. Some includes:

  • A 3-year scholarship (2013-2015) for enterprising student in a Nigeria University from Mankind United to Support Total Education (MUSTE)
  • A 2-term Global Youth Ambassador of  A World at School
  • Event partner and speaker at one of the world’s biggest event, Social Media Week
  • Public commentator on education across the country online, radio and television stations
  • Only beneficiary outside Nollywood who got grant from President Jonathan 3billion naira grant to Nollywood to train as a filmmaker/Dirctor.
  • Summer school leadership coach across the continent, et al.

If you want to go digital with your school, education product and services or any education related initiative, Elvis is the right person to engage. He is also open to speaking on education issues, workshops and consultancy.

At present Elvis work as the Head of Research and Operations in a Learning and Development firm with a robust portfolio in Nigeria and sub-Saharan Africa.

He’s an associate member of the Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) with Registration No. LA/R/07678

This is my motivation…how to give them a future!

Hear Elvis speak:

[kopa_block_quote class=”e.g. kopa-blockquote-1, kopa-blockquote-2″]Please join me in building the most welcoming and accommodating EDUCATION ‘Estate’ on the internet. As you know, at all level we’ve not place the right priority on education. Let’s do it.[/kopa_block_quote]

Once again, thanks for visiting Edugist.


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