‘How to make Nigerian varsities globally relevant, competitive’
Emeritus Professor of the History of Education at the University of Ibadan (UI), Michael Omolewa, has accused successive governments of inadequate attention to the sector.
‘Nigeria needs competent people to get education policies implemented faithfully’
When I graduated in June 1967, I was invited by the principal of Remo Secondary School (RSS) to serve as the head of the department of History. The reason, according to the principal, was that he was looking for me as the president of the Students Historical Society at the University of Ibadan...
‘Why Donald Trump’s regime should consider all options before making choice’
The sustained bickerings over the alleged interference, by Russia, in the November 8, 2016 presidential election of the United States of America may downplay the symbolism of today’s inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th occupier of the White House.