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Aare Afe Babalola

20 Oct 2017
In March 2017, the Norwegian Nobel Committee accepted the nomination of Aare Emmanuel Afe Babalola for the Nobel Peace Prize for 2017, and declared that 318 candidates had been registered for consideration for the Prize.
8 Oct 2017
Some Nigerians have described the magnificent high-tech teaching hospital just completed by Afe Babalola University Ado Ekiti (ABUAD), as a permanent solution to outward medical tourism.
1 Oct 2017
Consequently, in recent times, people from all parts of the country have been questioning the usefulness and effectiveness of our constitution as it does not encourage development and does not foster unity.
12 Nov 2016
Skye Bank Plc yesterday took over Obat Oil and Petroleum Limited’s depot at Oba F.E.O. Akinruntan Close, Beachland Estate, Apapa, Lagos over an alleged N2.1billion debt ...
23 Sep 2016
A foremost Lawyer, Aare Afe Babalola (SAN) has called on all Nigerian leaders to see agriculture as the only business that will take Nigeria out of economic recession.
11 Jul 2016
It is very appropriate that the founder of AfeBabalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Aare AfeBabalola, SAN, has called for a strict obedience of the laws, regulations and the series of court judgments delivered...
29 Jun 2016
The last may not have been heard on the current status of post-UTME: whether it remains extant or extinct as the babel of words on the contentious, foggy and purported cancellation of that important part of the qualifying procedure...
4 Jun 2016
But at the risk of repetition and for the sake of emphasis, I have always said that four years, as provided for by the constitution, is too short for anyone to make any serious impact ...
4 Jun 2016
The founder of Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti (ABUAD), said he was “more than shocked by the announcement” from the Minster of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu ...
19 May 2016
For Nigerian universities to be relevant in the 21th Century, they must deploy more resources to research, especially in science and technology in order to proffer solutions to some of the world’s problems.

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