University of Nigeria
Three years after graduation, visually impaired scholar seeks employment
Nneji, from Umuezeowo, Umunomo, Ehime Mbano Local Council of Imo State, was born on September 23, 1988. He was not born blind. He became physical-challenged at the age of eight, when he was playing a football match with a neighbouring community.
Industrial action grounds Nsukka, Port Harcourt varsity hospitals
The UNTH confirmed that the action of the top medical officials has compounded the situation, saying the development was “not funny”. Consequently, scores of relatives were seen relocating their loved ones to other facilities.
'UNN to emerge among 10 best global varsities'
Ozumba, who assumed office in 2014 as the vice chancellor of the university, said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Nsukka, Enugu State, on Saturday.
FG reconstitutes governing councils of some federal varsities
The institutions affected are those whose Councils’ tenure have expired or would expire tomorrow. Some were, however, not included because the tenure of their Councils were yet to elapse or some just had their Councils reconstituted.
Agriculture should be seen as business, not development programme - Okonkwo
This must form the basis for total reformation in the country’s agricultural system, which must be structured, financed and developed as a business, to fully unlock the potentials of making Nigeria the food basket of the world.
Nigerians in the UK mourn trailblazing doctor, Nkem Ezeilo
Members of the Nigerian community in the United Kingdom continue to mourn 43-year-old Harley Street-based general medical-practitioner, Dr. Nkem Ezeilo, who died of cancer last Sunday.
UNN honours Achebe’s ideals
The biennial memorial lecture in honour of one of the world’s literary colossus, late Professor Albert Chinualumogu Achebe was recently held at the Princess Alexandra Auditorium ...
Pfizer, experts collaborate on improving healthcare emergency system
The need to advance the national health care emergency system of African countries, in order to forestall a continental epidemic, was the focus of the two-day workshop on emergency health system in Africa.