The Federal University Oye-Ekiti, (FUOYE) is one of the 11 universities established by former President, Dr Goodluck Jonathan in 2011 to, among other things, help address the increased demand...
Help me to walk, Samuel 14, begs good samaritans
“My happiest movement in life will be the day my two legs touch the ground and I stand straight and walk around without the wheelchair or any assistance from my father, mother or my elder brother.
Ooni Visits Obaseki, Igebinedion prays for Edo
The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, has visited Edo State, urging Governor Godwin Obaseki to remain focused on his quest to engender sustainable development in Edo State.
Educationist tasks parents on monitoring, quality time with children
Mrs. Omolasho Adamolekun, the proprietress of Anchor Springfield Schools, Ota, Ogun State, has called on parents/guardians to monitor their children/wards at home to ensure they keep good companies.
Bellina College tasks graduating pupils to be resilient and focused
The valedictory ceremony of the 2019 set of Bellina College, Akoka, Lagos was splendid, as the students did not only thrill guests with their works but showcased brilliant rendition of songs.
Angst over unending xenophobic attacks on Nigerians
In the last couple of years, many Nigerians have been extra-judicially killed in South Africa, either by the South African police, or locals in circumstances that further lend credence to recurring dislike-of-foreigners in the country by South Africans.
Partial border closure: Policy choking travellers, businessmen and smugglers
Thirteen days into the partial closure of Nigeria-Seme border by the Federal Government, legitimate businessmen/women, as well as international travellers plying that road are still angry at being shut out without notice.
Why election ward collation process should be improved – CDD
After the 2019 General Election was conducted, many of the candidates went to courts to challenge its outcome. While some of the cases had been completed, others are still in courts and it is simply because the aggrived felt shortchanged, usually during voting and collation processes.
The Boy Died: How poorly constructed school building collapsed, ending life of a promising young scholar
Drops of tears streamed down the eyes of the late Umaru Musa’s mother as she spoke. All over her light complexioned face, the pain of the loss of a dear son was engraved.
BRRDA, NYSC meet to resolve certificate racketeering in Benin Republic
To resolve the ugly trend of certificate sales/racketeering levelled against some foreign universities, Benin Republic Registrars and Directors Association (BRRDA), recently held a one- day interactive session with the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) officials in Cotonou, Benin Republic, to agree on lasting solutions to the fraudulent trend.