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8 May 2010
A CONFERENCE on animal feed and human food has just ended in Cancun city, Mexico a couple of days ago. The third of its type, the conference, attended by participants from various parts of the world, brought together major stakeholders which included animal scientists, veterinarians, animal feed industry regulators from different economic blocks and other…
1 May 2010
TWENTY-TWO-YEAR-OLD Miss Sanmi Yetunde Osisanya has emerged the best graduating student at the Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), in the National Diploma category, with Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.84. Idris Olawale Quadri also emerged best student in the Higher National Diploma category with CGPA of 3.78.Quadri and Osisanya emerged best students in their respective…
1 May 2010
MADE in University of Ibadan is a project with the view to promoting values on which the school was established, as enshrined in its motto: Recte Sapere Fons, depicting knowledge and sound judgment. Its organising committee comprising Onikosi Olamide, Bakinson Adetunji, Jebutu Modupe, Falaye Tosin, Tijani Dare, Ajayi Mary, Adedoyin Sewa, Adekunle Omolabake, Ajibike Tanwa,…
1 May 2010
NATIONAL Universities Commission (NUC) is set to begin accreditation exercise in all universities in the country to determine the institutions that are prepared to give students quality teaching and learning. The accreditation exercise, according to the commission, starts in November and will be holistic. The exercise, it was gathered, would determine institutions that are academically…
1 May 2010
IT is a popular saying that you cannot beat a child and ask him not to cry. The same is the story of Tedderites, residents of Tedder Hall at the University of Ibadan, who for two weeks enjoyed watching light from afar, particularly from Kuti Hall until they dared the school authority in a commendable…
1 May 2010
A TOTAL of 4,985 graduates were conferred with first degree by the University of Jos (UNIJOS), at its 23rd convocation ceremony last week, with nine of them graduating with first class. Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. Sonni Tyoden, announced this at the convocation ceremony, which had three state governors and the late chairman of…
1 May 2010
OVER N3 billion worth of project have been embarked upon by Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka since the inception of the administration of Vice Chancellor, Prof. Boniface Egboka. Already, the university has been adjudged by accreditation panels of the National Universities Commission (NUC) as one of the fastest growing universities in the country, following the pace…
1 May 2010
ERYCA Freemantle, international celebrity make-up artist and motivational speaker, during her visit to Nigeria last week, was at the Alternative High School for Girls, Agboju, Lagos, where she inspired students, who have been given second chance to acquire secondary school education and vocational skills. The British-born transformational speaker, using her experiences - was scorned by…
1 May 2010
WHEN members of Young Men Christian Association of Methodist Church, Festac town, Lagos, their family and friends came together at a popular rendezvous in the area, Rockview Hotel, recently, it was not for fellowship or meeting, but to celebrate with one of their own, Adebonajo Badejo, who had just been elevated to the rank of…
1 May 2010
AT a tender age, Abia State-born Country Director of Women for Women International Nigeria, Ngozi Uchenna Eze, began to develop deep concern for individuals of civil strife and other conflicts, especially the women. Having witnessed and survived the civil war and its effects on other survivors, many of who were either rendered homeless or permanently…
1 May 2010
THE Student Union Government of the University of Ilorin, in conjunction with the Association for the Prevention of Sickle Cell Anaemia (APOSCAN) recently organised two sensitisation seminars on the importance of knowing one's genotype at the University of Ilorin Auditorium. Guest lecturer at the occasion, Prof. Banji Adewuyi of the Department of Haematology, University of…
1 May 2010
WITH the global economic meltdown, stakeholders fear that donor agencies are relapsing in funding HIV/AIDS programmes and therefore push for country ownership. Ben Ukwuoma and Wole Oyebade write. When the reality of economic recession dawned on major world economies in 2009, analysts were quick to point to doubting Thomases in Africa that the crisis was…

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