Wednesday, 8th December 2021
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23 Sep
University administration is one of the most daunting jobs in the education sector, and to some extent, the larger society. Perhaps, this informed the decision by governments
12 Aug
The recent upgrade of Emmanuel Alayande College of Education (EACOED), Oyo, to a degree-awarding institution has increased the number of state-owned schools
25 May
The concept of university all over the world connotes a unique citadel of learning and knowledge acquisition for the continued sustenance of the emancipation of mankind and meeting its challenges
21 May
The Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE), Prof. Abayomi Fasina, on Friday attributed his success so far to God...
4 Mar
It is twilight. At the horizon the silver and grey stripes of cloud sandwich the languidly sinking red sun. The hawks are hurrying back to the surrounding hills, teased on their way
5 Nov 2020
Old students of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko (AAUA) have decried the poor funding of the institution, saying this has discouraged the academic, and non-academic staff from giving their best, particularly in the attainment of the improved national and global ranking. Speaking at the end of its 13th regular meeting, which reviewed the state of…
3 Oct 2020
•KSU Resumes Academic Activities Oct. 5 The joy of both students and lecturers of tertiary institutions in Taraba yesterday knew no bounds as news of reopening all higher institutions in the state filtered the air. The students, who could not hide their joy, said the news came to them as an Independence Day gift, urging…
10 Sep 2020
Education, as defined by the Merriam Webster dictionary, is the “action or process of teaching someone, especially in a school, college or university,” where learners gather knowledge, understanding, and skill. This same knowledge, experience, and skill also formed the substance of education in Nigeria in the traditional (pre-western) sense. The society, from an early stage…
3 Sep 2020
Nigerian universities have become embroiled in politics and ethnic bigotry as they are plagued by calls for “indigene” vice-chancellors in disregard and violation of the institutions’ time-honored values and rules. Lately, the country’s premier university, the University of Ibadan, has been caught in the web of a demand for an “indigene” vice-chancellor. Head, Education Desk,…
3 Sep 2020
Educationists have emphasised the need to uphold ethics and rule of law in the university system to avoid discord and a breakdown of law and order in the nation’s tertiary institutions. In separate interviews with The Guardian, the university teachers described the crisis at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) as unimaginable in an academic environment, expressing…
20 Jul 2020
The probable question anyone bearing the name “Adamolekun” would be confronted with would be whether he or she was from Iju in Ondo State of Nigeria.
19 Jul 2020
Sir: Dr. Olufẹmi Dunmade set the ball rolling: “The country is pervasive of institutional corruption — banks, federal establishments, IPPIS, etc bleeding her citizens...


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The planned nationwide broadband deployment is being threatened by the slow takeoff of the licenced Infrastructure Companies (InfraCos), despite a longer tenor and cheaper licence costs...
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The African Union (AU), yesterday, called for an urgent end to travel restrictions imposed on some of its member states, saying the measures effectively penalise governments for timely data...
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In a rare and bold move, President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, approved the immediate sacking of the management of the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) following industrial action...
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Real Madrid will go through as group winners to the Champions League last 16 after Toni Kroos and Marco Asensio each scored in a 2-0 win over Inter Milan on Tuesday.
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Robert Lewandowski was unconvinced by Lionel Messi’s tribute towards him at last week’s Ballon d’Or ceremony, as the Bayern Munich star labelled his rival’s comments ‘empty words’...