Oxford University trains mathematics teachers in Lagos
Oxford University Press in collaboration with SchoolstoreNG Limited has trained mathematics teachers from different secondary schools...
Democracy and elections in contemporary Africa
In a packed audience at the Said Business School, Oxford University Mr Mahama stated that democracy is the antithesis to dictatorship, based on the rule of law. Elections allow voters to choose their leaders for a specific time space. Africa he noted, had experimented with three main scenarios, namely, post -independence party rule; military dictatorship…
Afe Babalola shines at Oxford University
Anyone itching for a small lecture on the hierarchy of traditional titles in Yorubaland should make the mistake of addressing Afe Babalola (SAN) as “Chief.”
Man regains use of limbs from complete spinal cord injury
A research participant at the University of Louisville, United States (U.S.), with a complete spinal cord injury, who had lost motor function below the level of the injury, has regained the ability to move his legs voluntarily and stand six years after his injury.
Nigeria’s Ihenetu-Geoffrey wins Oxford varsity prize
A Nigerian law graduate from the Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo campus, Chinedu Ihenetu-Geoffrey, is winner of 2016 prestigious Oxford University Allen and overall best prize in Corporate Finance Law.