Whether children will enjoy academic success can be now predicted at birth, a new study suggests. The study, led by the University of York, found that parents’ socioeconomic status and children’s inherited DNA differences are powerful predictors of educational achievement.
The Nigerian Demographic and Health Survey shared key findings on childbirth demographics across Nigerian states. The report highlighted that fertility varies with education and household wealth. While women living in the poorest households have an average of 6.7 children; women
In a report by Mail Online, MRI scans show that pupils from richer backgrounds have thicker cortexes, the part of the brain linked with visual perception and knowledge storage, than poorer students. While previous studies have shown that wealthier pupils’
Folorunsho Alakija, Nigerian business tycoon and richest woman in Africa revealed at the the KICC facilitated wealth creation platform held on November 12, that her goal is to be richer than king Solomon in the bible. She says that she is working
This weird story reveals the secret behind the success of a young man whose 52-year-old mother, Yvonne Banda, confessed to having sex with him every other Wednesday in order to prolong his wealth. According to reports, Banda, from Ndola District, a rich