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12 Aug
Prominent Nigerian scholars and researchers drawn from the media and related fields have teamed up with some renowned diplomats in a project that will chronicle the legacies
28 May
Some eminent scholars have warned against the clamour for an Oduduwa Republic, saying the old wars and rivalry among the micro-Yoruba ethnic groups will be revived
23 Feb
Today, Nigeria has a three-tier federating federation – local government, state government and the federal government. To some scholars, it is an aberration
2 Feb
Scholars have challenged Nigerian youth to prepare to take responsibility and demonstrate leadership qualities.   The university scholars also reminded that leadership opportunities are offered only to purposeful and resilient youths, who are ready to positively impact their immediate society.   They made the submission at the opening of a two-day roundtable discussion on, “The…
20 Jan
Scholars in the country have challenged Nigerian youths to brace up for responsibility and demonstrate qualities of leadership.
6 Sep 2020
After a long absence from the exhibition circuit, Alexis Galleries on Akin Olugbade Street will open its doors to arts connoisseurs, aficionado, critics, scholars and artists from Saturday, September 12 to 19, 2020. Alexis’ ‘exhibition ground’ will be open for a week, as its first virtual group exhibition interrogates wood. The show titled, Knock On…
20 Jul 2020
The Ife Institute for Advanced Studies (IIAS) has invited no fewer than 200 scholars from Nigeria, Africa and the rest of the world to participate in its fourth summer programme
4 Dec 2019
Three constitutional experts on Wednesday bolstered Democrats' efforts to impeach Donald Trump by saying the president's actions seeking foreign interference in US elections are grounds for removal,
24 Oct 2019
University teachers must come up with cutting-edge researches that would provide solutions to societal problems. With the socio-economic problems confronting the nation, our tertiary institutions must be able to solve organisational problems, which will invariably rub off on their students.
29 Sep 2019
Scholars in Nigeria has been urged to come together to see how they can help organise the country. This was the opinion of Jimanze Ego-Alowes, one of Nigeria’s leading nonfiction authors and public intellectuals.
8 Sep 2019
For Chinua Achebe, the standard fare is that he was not autobiographical in his novels. But is it? Whatever, the scandal is not that Achebe was actually autobiographical in writing Things Fall Apart, the scandal is that Achebe’s readers, scholars, and researchers, have missed out on this largely self-evident fact for sixty-odd years.
31 Aug 2019
Two scholars from the University of Lagos have attracted a total of €1200,000, pounds (N540,000,000 million) for research. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the grants were from the United Kingdom Research and Innovation Global Challenges Research Fund.


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Gunmen from a suspected criminal gang attacked a village market in northwest Nigeria's Sokoto state, killing 43 people, the state government said Monday. Heavily armed gangs known locally as bandits have terrorised northwest and central Nigeria for years, raiding and looting villages, but attacks have become even more violent in recent months. "Forty-three people have…
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The Japanese government has earmarked 260,000 dollars in its bid towards combating piracy and kidnapping in the Gulf of Guinea (GoG).
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Belgian officials announced Monday they had broken up a cocaine smuggling gang, arresting 27 people in a series of raids during which they seized drugs, guns and luxury goods -- including horses.
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FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Monday his controversial plans to hold a World Cup every two years will help spread the fund's football generates away from a handful of super clubs.
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A 66-year-old man has pleaded guilty to a charge in relation to the death of Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala in a light aircraft crash in 2019, a British court heard on Monday.