The Vice Chancellor of Crawford University, Igbesa, Ogun State, Prof. Reuben Jiya Kolo, has called on Nigerian universities to put ‘Digital Literacy’ into their systems.
With a first degree in accounting, master’s in financial management and Ph.D in International Business Management, Ebereonwu C. Tochi is one writer, who has proved that poetic license is not a monopoly of those that studied arts.
Footprints On Marble is Vice Admiral Murtala Nyako’s biography. The Editor-in-Chief of the defunct Newswatch magazine, Dan Agbese, writes it. It chronicles the life and times of the naval tactician, political gladiator, chief of the naval staff...
It was a festival of books sort of recently at the University of Abuja, when three books written by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Abdul-Rasheed Na’Allah, were presented to the public.
Former Special Adviser (Rural Development) to Lagos State Governor, Adeboye Paul Kalejaiye, has unveiled his autobiography, Undeterred: The Pendulum Swings On, to celebrate his 61st birthday.
Recently, the Catholic community came out in one accord to support their own and President, Jesuits Conference of Africa, Reverend Father A.E. Orobator.
British Influence: Footprints in the History of Yaba, Lagos, written by Segun Oshile, a doctor of veterinary medicine, is an expository book, which unearths the innominate
The hallmark of a public intellectual is consistency — Somebody, who doesn’t talk from two sides of the mouth depending and is not bothered whether a narrative favours him or not.
Concerned about men and women spending their paltry time in this world, struggling to acquire ephemeral things that would perish on earth, the General Overseer/President, World New Revival Ministry, Margaret Oluwayemisi Durojaiye ....
Cup of Tea is the title of an anthology of poems written by Sandra Belema Ekine. The entire collection is considered Belema scribbles. It is a paperback collection of 118 pages, 60 poems, and 15 paintings in pictures.
This year marks the centennial anniversary of the publication of the magisterial work: “The History of the Yorubas” written by Reverend Samuel Johnson, a scion of the famous Johnson family. The writing of the book was a huge undertaking and for a man without a university education, it was a wonderful accomplishment. After completing its…