News and Events

Imaad News Week 3
  • Preparation for Imaad Secondary School Interclass Debate on Top Gear
  • Imaad Secondary School Interclass Debate Now Holds on 31st January, 2017: Three Representatives to Come from Each Class
  • The Renovated Imaad Secondary School Hall Exudes More Beauty
  • Extension Classes in Preparation for WASSCE, NECO and Checkpoint Exams to Take Place on Weekdays and Weekends
  • Imaad Boarders Express Euphoria in Companionship with the Newly Admitted Occupants

National News

  • Gunmen abduct APC’s Edo House of Representatives
  • CBN to fine banks for paying counterfeit banknotes
  • Nigerian economic confidence at 12-month low
  • Presidential race: Sowore backs Ezekwesili, says “you’ve done well”

International  News

  • Pope arrives Panama, calls for rejection of corruption
  • Corruption: South Africa withdraws charges against Zuma’s son
  • Alleged espionage: Prince Charless charity to stop taking Huawei donations

Quote of the Week

“I believe that the best

learning process of any

kind of craft is just to look at the work of others”

                                   Wole Soyinka

Hadeeth of the Week

He is not a believer, he who has a

square meal while his neighbour


Ibn Majah

Imaad News Week 2
  • Imaad Second Term Begins on 7th January, 2018
  • Behaviours of Imaad Secondary School Students are Now Assessed with the New Point System
  • November/December 2018 IGCSE Results to be Released on 17th January, 2019
  • Imaad Boarders Express Satisfaction about the New Meal Time Table
  • Year 7 Increased in Population with Two New Students
  • The 2019 Imaad Interclass Debate Contest to Hold Next Week Thursday
  • Winners of Imaad Secondary School SRC Membership Election to be Sworn in on Monday 21st January, 2019
  • Entrepreneurial Skills are Now Learnt in the New Business Class of Imaad Secondary

National News

  • ASUU Gives Conditions to Suspend Strike
  • INEC Releases Final List of Candidates for 2019 General Elections
  • $217bn Taken out of Nigeria Illegally in 38 Years – EFCC
  • Ekiti Assembly Impeaches Deputy Speaker Again
  • 2019 Elections: Finance, Economic, Budget Planning Ministries willGo to Women, Sanwo-OluPromises

International  News

  • Zimbabwe’s Inflation Climbs to over 42%
  • Tear Gas Fired as Hundreds March to Sudan Presidential Palace
  • Facebook Closes Hundreds of ‘inauthentic’ Russia-linked Pages

Quote of the Week

“Quality means doing it right when no one is looking (at you)”.

                                       Henry Ford

Hadeeth of the Week

Allah Does not Have Mercy on One Who is not Merciful to others.”

Bukhari and Muslim

  • Staff and Guests Enjoy Scrumptious and Sumptuous Local Delicacies in a Communalistic Setting at the 2018 Imaad National and Cultural Day

  • IGCSE Mock Exams for Yea 12 Commence on 3rd October 2018

  • Imaad Staff Commemorate World Teachers’ Day with a Football Match between the Primary and Secondary Educators

  • Students Take the Role of Teachers at Imaad Secondary School to Mark World Teachers’ Day


  • AmbodeAccepts Defeat to Avert Impeachment

  • “Osinbajo, Oshiomole Behind Ogun APC Crisis”: Anisulowo

  • Primary; Ogun APC Declares Amosun’s Candidate Winner

  • EFCC Arraigns Saraki’s Aide for Alleged N3.5bn Fraud

  • “I Won’t Let Nigeria Down” Says Buhari

  • “Restructuring Needed to Move Nigeria Forward”- Saraki

  • “I Declared for President to Revive Dying Economy” – Tambuwal

  • I Won’t Take Mandate for Granted, Says Sanwo-Olu

  • Two APC Governorship Candidates Emerge in Ogun State

  • 13 Killed in Fresh Plateau Attack


  • 1,000 Still Missing after Quake and Tsunami

  •  Leon Lederman, Physicist who Sold Nobel Prize to Pay for Medical Treatment, Dies at 96

Quote of the week:

“I Believe that the Best Learning Process of any Kind of Crafts is just to Look at the Work of Others”

-Wole Soyinka



  • Career Week continues for Year 9 Students

  • Ramadan Tafseer continues in Imaad Secondary

  • Test 2 ends Friday, 25th May, 2018

  • Science Olympiad holds in Imaad Secondary; Winners rewarded with Aisha Ettu as the winner for senior category and Remawa Bello Maryam as the winner for junior category

  • Imaad Secondary to celebrate students on Children’s Day

  • The entire school felicitates with Mrs Inenemo on the occasion of naming her twin boys


  •      Buhari yet to get 2018 budget from the National Assembly

  •      Xenophobia: Reps summon minister and Dabiri-Erewa over killing of Nigerians

  •      Cholera kills 16 in Adamawa, Kano, 176 hospitalized

  •      Bauchi Deputy Governor, Nuhu Gidado resigns

  •   HoS plans salary increase, others to boost civil service


  •      Italy’s new PM named as little-known professor Giuseppe Conte

  •      North Korea brands Mike Pence ‘stupid’ as it warns of ‘nuclear showdown’ with US

  •      Donald Trump banned from blocking Twitter users from his official account

  •      Sierra Leonean president undertakes unannounced visit to government offices

  •     Amnesty: ‘Nigerian Army abused women fleeing Boko Haram’

  •      Outrage as Zimbabwe minister says Army won’t allow opposition to rule


  •      Senegal’s World Cup squad hopes for Liverpool win in Champions League final

  •      Unai Emery confirmed as new Arsenal manager

  •      “Rafael Nadal heads into French Open with doubts”, says expert

  •      ICC Cricket World Cup: BBC secures commentary rights

  •      Federer and Nadal beaten by Messi, Ronaldo and LeBron James in the ESPN World Fame 100

Quote of the week:

“Though no one can go back and make a brand-new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand-new ending.”

-Carl Bard


Hadith of the week:

“The breath of the mouth of the one who fasts is better in Allah’s estimation than the smell of perfume..” (AL-Bukharii)



‘…Lakhuluufu famis-soim atyabu ‘indal-Laahi min riihil-misk’




  • Ramadan Begins in Imaad School in Grand Style

  • Imaad Secondary School gets New Time Table for the Period of Ramadan

  • Weekly Tafseer and Daily Admonition Hold During Ramadan

  • Year 9 Students Resumes School on 21st May, 2018

  • Career Week for year 9 holds between 21st May, 2018 and 25th May, 2018


·     Buhari greets Muslims as Ramadan fast starts

·     Efforts to stop xenophobic attacks in South Africa not working, says Presidential aide

·     Germany ready to repatriate over 30,000 illegal Nigerian migrants

·     Leah Sharibu : We are still negotiating with insurgents – FG

·     Reject gunshot victims, bag five-year jail, Police tells hospitals




·     Ebola outbreak has spread to DR Congo city, WHO says

·     Theresa May calls for independent inquiry into ‘tragic’ Gaza deaths

·     Trump: We’ll see if North Korea summit still on


·     Roads ripped up by rumbling Big Island Hawaii volcano

·     Massive mysterious rise in ozone-eating CFCs detected

·     Iran hails ‘positive’ talks to salvage nuclear deal despite new US sanctions

  • Global Oil Prices on the Rise as France’s Total Warns to Scrap Its Iran Project


·      World Cup: England fans urged to show respect to Russians amid hooliganism fears

·      Antoine Griezmann scores twice to see favourites Atletico Madrid beat Marseille in the Europa League final

·      “Neymar to Real Madrid would be tough for Barcelona”, says Lionel Messi

·     Transfer Window News: Manchester United close in on Alex Sandro, Wayne Rooney Update

  • Quote of the week:

  • “Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.

    • (Jack Canfield)






  • Hadith of the week:

  • “Whoever does not give up forged speech and evil actions, Allah is not in need of his leaving his food and drink.” (Bukhari)


  • Transliteration

  • ‘Man lam yada’qawlazzur wal-‘amala bihi, falaysa liLLAHI haajatun fii an yada’a to’aamahu wa sharobahu’


  • Oxford Team to visit Imaad Schools soon to enlighten the students on how to bag a degree abroad.
  • World Education Games Excite students, commemorated on March 6th 2017
  • Test 3 Holds in week 9 across all levels
  • Vocational Day Holds Next Term.
  • Imaad Secondary to embark on an excursion
  • Students fill questionnaire on Gender Based Violence organized by British Council
  • Peer Teaching to hold next week, students prepare to give their best


  • Northern elders set to assess all presidential candidates for 2019
  • Boko Haram, Herdsmen’s attack, sign of Internal Aggression says Fayose
  • Independence Day Bombing: Court jails Charles Okah, co-conspirator for life!
  • OpeyemiBamidele joins Ekiti Governorship Race as Gubernatorial Elections hold in February, 2019
  • Ikeja NBA Gives Lagos Seven-Day Ultimatum to Reverse Land Use Charge
  • Distribution of PVCs to Begin Mid-May-says INEC
  • Buhari mourns ex-Nassarawa Governor-Akwe-Doma
  • “All schools in Lagos must use Yoruba on Wednesdays” Lagos State Government


  • UK Government Holds Urgent Meeting on poisoning of Ex-Russian Spy
  • Counting Begins as Sierra Leone concludes vote for New President


  • FIFA World Cup Begins 4-day Tour of Nigeria in Abuja on Wednesday, 7th March, 2018
  • Indian Wells: Naomi Osaka knocks out Maria Sharapova in First Round; Eugenie Bouchard Loses to Qualifier Sachia Vickery
  • Manchester City, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Juventus qualify for the Quarter Finals of the UEFA champions league

Quote of the week:

“Practice like you’ve never won, perform like you’ve never lost”.

Bernard F. Asuncion

Hadith of the week:

  • “The Muslim is he from whose tongue and hand the Muslims are safe and the emigrant is he who abandons what Allah has prohibited”. (Bukhari)

Al-muslim, man salimal-muslimuun min lisaanihi wa yadihi. Wal-muhaajiru man haajara maa harrama-Allah.

  • Muhammed Sadiq Emerges the Best Declaimer in the Imaad 2018 Declamation Contest.
  • Ten Students Get Prizes at the 2018 Declamation Contest in Imaad Secondary School.
  • Teachers Urge Imaad Students to take Competition More Seriously.
  • Second Tests to Be Concluded Friday 2nd of February, 2018.
  • Preparation for the YEF National Spelling Bee Competition now in Top Gear.
  • 2018 NECO and CHECKPOINT registrations for Year 9 concluded.
  • Fantastic Prizes Excite Students.
  • Aisha Ettu Declared as the Winner for French Day Puzzle Activities.
  • Students Had an Unforgettable Experience Exploring the Culture of France 2018 Imaad’s French Day.
  • Teachers Urge Imaad Students to take Competition More Seriously.
  • Second Tests to Be Concluded Friday, 9th February, 2018. 
  • Preparation for the YEF National Spelling Bee Competition now in Top Gear.
  • 2018 BECE and CHECKPOINT Registrations For Year 9 concluded.
  • Imaad Schools Book a Place in the Preliminary Stages of 2018 Cowbellpedia.
  • Imaad Students Prepare for the School Annual Debate Competition which comes up on Thursday, 25th January, 2018.
  •  Imaad Students Undergo First of its Kind ‘Memory Enhancement Program. (MEP)’ to Learn Smarter.
  • Imaad School Declamation Contest Holds on Thursday 1st February, 2018.
  • Class Debate Competition Comes up   Thursday, 25th January, 2018. “Military Rule is better than Democratic Rule” is the topic For the Senior Students and “Junior Students Jostle For Day School is more Beneficial than Boarding School”.
  • Robotics Training Wear a New Look in Imaad Schools.
  •  Saturday Lessons Begin For Exam Classes: Years 9 and 11.
  • Activity Based Learning Takes Centre stage in Imaad Schools as Management Subscribes to the #WhyBlueSky Platform.
Imaad News
  • Imaad schools Lekki Resumes Second Term of 2017/2018 Session on 8th January, 2018.
  • Debate Contest Holds on Thursday, 25th January, 2018.
  • Imaad Schools Lekki now uses Ergonomic Educare School Portal to Ease the Work of the Staff.
  • Assembly Now takes Every day of the week, now more enriching.
  • Imaad Sports Day Moved To Term 3;to be headed by Mr Osho.
  • Preparations in top gear for American Maths Competition.
  • The Theme for the Second Term in Imaad Schools Lekki is “Resourcefulness”
  • NLC Warns El-Rufai Against Sack of Teachers.
  • JAMB Fixes February 6th as Deadline for UTME Registration.
  • FG queries 42 Varsities For Extorting Post-UTME Candidates.
  • Benue Massacre: TUC tells Nigerian Government What to do.
  • Libya Returnees Protest Over Non-Payment of Stipends.
  • 500 Supporters to Cheer Eagles at World Cup. (Russia 2018)
  • JAMB Fixes February 6th as Deadline For UTME Registration.