How poor public policy formulation inflicted pains, grief on prospective UTME candidates
Nothing can ever expunge the pains, agony, and grief from the memories of 2020 prospective UTME candidates, who struggled day and night to obtain the National Identification Number (NIN)
NANS condemns at proscription of SUGs, high school fees
The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), has condemned the proscription of student union government in some tertiary institutions and the imposition...
How to generate energy through waste-tyres, by don
As part of efforts to solve the energy crisis in Nigeria, a university teacher, Olumide Kayode Fagoroye has proposed an alternative way of deriving energy in Nigeria through waste-tyres, rather than crude oil.
Unilag patents 11 inventions in 18 months
The University of Lagos says it successfully patented 11 inventions in the last 18 months, with three of them being prototyped.
Why many first class graduates remain jobless, by don
The Pro-chancellor and Dean of the College of Business, Law and Social Sciences at the University of Derby, United Kingdom, Prof Kamil Zakariyya’ Omoteso has identified lack of employability and entrepreneurship skills as major reasons many first class graduates....
ASUU, students laud UNILAG VC on achievements after two years in office
ASUU has lauded Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, Vice-Chancellor, University of Lagos, for his innovation in academics and human capital development on his second anniversary in office
Stakeholders seek repeal of Lunacy Act
Stakeholders have charged the Federal Government to repeal the Lunacy Act of 1957, which they claim is encouraging suicide in the country.
Kamil Omoteso… Akoka export blazing trail in UK Academic sphere
His childhood passion was to become an accountant. So, realising that dream actually defined the course of study for Professor Kamil Omoteso as he obtained his first and second degrees in Accounting and Management in 1994 and 1998 respectively, at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, Yaba, Lagos.