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4 Nov
There appears no end in sight to the supremacy battle between doctorate degree holders in the university system and medical professionals in the academia over prerequisite for appointment into the position of vice chancellor.
30 Aug
The Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) has described the recent security breach at the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) in Afaka, Kaduna State, as a worrisome dimension to the prevailing insecurity
1 Apr
The curtain was drawn yesterday on the three-day activities in celebration of the 80th birthday of the man we call “ID Noble,” Professor Idowu Sobowale, easily the face of modern journalism
4 Mar
Stakeholders have called for an improvement in the anti-sexual harassment policies in the nation’s higher institutions, to effectively address the increasing cases of molestation
6 Apr 2020
It is becoming worrisome that protecting, providing and promoting the welfare and well being of Nigerian workers mean little or nothing to our government.
4 Aug 2019
Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) community on Saturday was thrown into mourning mood following the death of a final year student, Opeyemi Dara.
10 May 2019
About the middle of 1985, the tendency to which I belonged in Nigeria’s Marxist Left met somewhere on the campus of the former University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife. We met to review our programme and, in particular, to discuss what I may now articulate as “abstractionism” in the national platforms of…
13 Jan 2019
President, Rome Business School, Antonio Raguasa said the institution would contribute its quota to bridging the gap between formal education and the job market across Nigeria. Stressing that the country has a lot of potential, he said the vision of the business school is to create and shape managers in accordance with their respective skills…
29 Dec 2018
I wish all my readers a Happy New Year. I am happy to predict that the world, the way we know it now, a global system that has been deliberately designed and constructed in such a way that the black person on earth should not succeed, will come to a shuddering end in 2030. Before…
27 Sep 2018
Former vice chancellor, Covenant and Landmark Universities, Prof Aize Obayan has emphasised the need for women in academics to be responsive to scientific papers and generate new thoughts on how to move the country forward.    Obayan said women must not limit themselves to ordinary things in the society but take the initiative to do…
15 Jun 2016
For Committee for Relevant Art’s (CORA) 25 years of active intervention in the culture sector in charting proper directions for the sector’s many sub-categories, cultural workers, academics...

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