Ranking our universities high
Many challenges are facing Nigerian universities. They range from brain drain, poor funding, examination malpractice, unstable academic calendar, and the low global ranking, among others. Over the years, the issue of ranking has become important to many universities in the country and beyond. Reviewing the important discourse in the life of our educational aspiration is…
Tackling weeds and making a difference in the lives of women
More action against sexual violence, workplace discrimination, and demands for a higher quota for women in key positions in the corporate and political landscape were perhaps the most discussed issues for this year’s International Women Day (IWD) celebration.
On the April 11, 2015 governorship, state assembly elections
THE March 28 Presidential election outcome has thrown up an interesting dimension to the nation’s march towards greatness. The people now have the ability to vote in, and vote out a president as they wish. It has shut the doors against the traditional political rabble-rousers who decimated the socio-political environment for their selfish advantage. The presidential poll has put forward a cream of Progressives that are expected to give Nigerians a clean break from the past and usher in a more robust positive change laden with economic growth and prosperity at the federal level.
Dulux Names ‘Copper Orange’ As Colour Of The Year
WITH the expiration of the Teal colour in 2014, Chemical and Allied Products (CAP) Plc, makers of Dulux brand of premium paint, a subsidiary of UACN Plc group and the technological licensee of AkzoNobel, the world’s largest paints and coatings company, has named ‘Copper Orange’ as the 2015 Colour of the Year.
The Secret To Keeping Him Committed, From A Guy’s Point Of View
Should we help him feel like a “conqueror”? Allowing men to take the lead sometimes helps men stay committed to the relationship. Helping a man feel like a conqueror will help him want to stay committed. It may sound odd to women, but it can be easier than you may think.
Strength in Simple Steps:- The Story of Mrs. Eziaku Ogbulogo
LATE Mrs. Grace Eziaku̞ Ogbulogo was born to the royal family (Ezindinze) of Ndu̞kwe Okenchi Agadangwo of Amaedo, Eziama Achara Imeobi, Uturu in 1937, ten years before the landmark event of the 1947 eclipse of the sun. Her mother, U̞lo̞o̞maU̞gu̞ru̞ belonged to the Uhu Ukwu (the great compound) lineage of Owere Akpu̞kpa Uturu. Though happily married to Ndukwe, Ulooma was better known with her maiden name. There was even a children’s version of her name, Mmo̞o̞ma which eventually overshadowed her original name-U̞lo̞o̞ma, Janet Ndukwe.
The Igbos and their unifying factors (3)
THE Igbos ventured into the sale of electronic appliances many years ago, paying exorbitant rents for cramped up spaces in Broad Street, Lagos, which then was busy and noisy as one loudspeaker sought to outdo the other, the then Lagos State Governor moved them to Alaba Market which today is the largest electronic market in Africa