9 Aug 2020
I had wanted to write a note in honour of Mrs. Afolasade Adenola Omole, the beloved wife of the former Vice Chancellor of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife and our Editorial Board Chairman, Professor Wale Omole. She was called home on July 15, 2020. I have found a better tribute from Professor Omole. Read on.…
19 Sep 2019
Chairman, Editorial Board of The Guardian Group, Prof. Wale Omole, has urged Yoruba in the diaspora to establish Yoruba-speaking schools in countries where they reside as part of measures to prevent Yoruba language from going into extinction.
14 Aug 2019
Professor Wale Omole, who retired as Vice Chancellor of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, 20 years ago and current Chairman of the Editorial Board of The Guardian, has turned 77.
13 Aug 2019
There is a time for everything, according to an ancient word. There is a time to speak and a time to keep quiet. There is a time of agony and a time of celebration.
14 Jul 2019
There are some events in a lifetime, which neither time nor event can obliterate from one’s memory. One of such occurred from July to November 1999 in the life of Wale Omole...
2 Dec 2018
Let me confess from the outset that the fantastic title of this article is not original to me. It belongs to a concerned foreigner, Keith Richards who in an article on a similar subject in 2006 drew our attention to the implications of meretricious proliferation of universities without concomitant quality.I would like to provoke some…
21 Oct 2017
Well, it is a very interesting story. When I got married to my late husband, Dr. Victor Awosika, of blessed memory, he told me that the place of the woman is the home, that the woman is the Home, and that the woman is the housekeeper while the husband is the bread winner.
17 Oct 2017
The fundamental issue in our education system is the content of instruction, developed for us since about 1900AD. The earlier authentic records and dates of European influence in Nigeria were 1472 when the Portuguese ships landed in Benin and later in Lagos 1515AD.
28 Jul 2017
Archaeology research has revealed relics of ‘Nok’ culture which existed two thousand years ago, that Northern Nigeria was originally part of Mohammedian Empire of Sokoto and Bornu...
9 Sep 2016
Speaking at The Guardian’s Conferences and Masterclasses on food security with the theme “Exploring Nigeria’s agro-food industry potential and export competitiveness,” Chairman of the newspaper’s Editorial Board, Prof. Wale Omole, emphasised...