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Two years in office: Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun heralds a new dawn in LASU

Two years in office: Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun heralds a new dawn in LASU

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Ademola Adekoya takes a retrospect into the administration of the Lagos State University’s Vice Chancellor, Olanrewaju Fagbohun who is marking two years in office on 11th January, 2018. It is only two years ago that the enigmatic Professor of Environmental Law took over the reign…

We are creating a hyper-sexual, hyper-everything generation; and Nigeria is leading the rant by Timi Olagunju

We are creating a hyper-sexual, hyper-everything generation; and Nigeria is leading the rant by Timi Olagunju

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In this article, Timi Olagunju writes on a culture of promoting debauchery, and debasing education and innovation in Nigeria today. Recently, young boys were observed tearing the uniforms of girls; school girls, and also holding their private parts at them, because they…

Education in Nigeria: The way forward in 2018 By Tolu Odugbemi

Education in Nigeria: The way forward in 2018 By Tolu Odugbemi

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In this article, Professor Tolu Odugbemi charts the process towards reforming education in Nigeria. A way forward cannot be charted without considering the present situation and the limitations that currently exist. What are the factors hindering good standards in education? These are…

The Nigerian Law School and the Stigmatization of the Hijab – Seeking Justice for Amasa Firdaus

The Nigerian Law School and the Stigmatization of the Hijab – Seeking Justice for Amasa Firdaus

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By Akinyemi M. Adedeji “…and to provide for a constitution for the purpose of promoting the good government and welfare of all persons in our country, on the principles of freedom, equality and justice…” Those were the opening lines of the constitution…

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