Obasanjo completes PhD programme at NOUN
Former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, is among 14, 771 persons expected to receive honours at the 7th convocation of National Open University of Nigeria(NOUN), Prof. Abdalla Adamu, NOUN’s Vice-Chancellor, has said. The former president is expected to receive a doctorate in Christian Theology, Adamu said at a news briefing on the institution’s 2018 convocation scheduled…
ACDE president tasks NOUN on partnership to achieve growth
President, African Council for Distance Education (ACDE), Prof. Abdelraouf Abbas, has tasked the management of National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) to collaborate with other sister universities of the continent to achieve rapid growth. He also urged management of the institution to render the university’s vast experience in Open and Distance Learning (ODL) to similar…
Obasanjo bags PhD in Christian Theology from NOUN
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo was yesterday pronounced worthy in character and learning for the award of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Christian Theology. The pronouncement was made after he spent 163 minutes to defend his voluminous dissertation before a six-man academic panel.
Court quashes NOUN graduates’ suit on admission to Law School
A Federal High Court in Port Harcourt, Rivers State yesterday quashed a suit by some Law graduates of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
Emir laments dying reading culture, literature studies
The emir stated this at the 11th edition of the International Conference on Northern Nigeria Literature, holding at the headquarters of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) in Abuja.
Protest in Asaba over alleged NOUN’s refusal to release results
The alleged refusal to release results of students, who graduated at the National Open University (NOUN) Asaba study centre, yesterday sparked off protest.
What does Obasanjo want to do with a Ph.D?
In his characteristic mien, he craves for his desideratum with unceasing sturdiness. And in most cases, he gets them, albeit accidentally as he once admitted. But his latest devotion is certainly not by accident.
Kaduna technicians to engage 1,000 Almajiris
The Nigerian Automobile Technicians Association (NATA) in its bid to curb idleness among the youths has disclosed plans to take Almajiris off the streets in Kaduna.