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Prof. Toyin Falola

15 Aug 2019
To revive the nation’s ailing educational sector, erudite scholar, Prof Toyin Falola has canvassed increased salary payment for teachers, especially at the elementary and secondary school levels.
1 Aug 2019
Eminent scholar, Prof Toyin Falola has identified public private partnership as the only alternative to revamping the nation’s education sector, which is in doldrums.
11 Jul 2019
Eminent scholar, Prof Toyin Falola has declared that for Nigeria to be competitive in the global economy, the country needs to incentivize productivity.
10 Oct 2018
The Jacob and Frances Sanger Mossiker Chair in the Humanities at the University of Texas, Prof. Toyin Falola, has called for the introduction of kingship studies in African universities. Delivering his keynote speech at the international conference on the Alaafin in Yoruba History, Culture and Political Power Relations at Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo State, yesterday,…


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