Things you should know about Ekene Ezeunala, the topmost UTME 2019 candidate

Ekene Franklin Ezeunala is the highest scoring candidate in the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). With a total mark of 347 out of 400,...
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Valedictory speech by LASU best graduating student, Ridwan Ola-Gbadamosi

Below is a text of the valedictory speech delivered by OLA-GBADAMOSI, Ridwan Oladotun who emerged overall best graduating student of the Lagos State University...

PhD holder, historian: Meet the new NYSC DG, Shuaibu Ibrahim

Last Friday, the Nigerian federal government announced the appointment of Brigadier General Shuaibu Ibrahim as the Director-General, National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). Mr Ibrahim, is...

Meet ‘Mama Olodo’ under whom ‘dullards’ became brilliant

To a Yoruba speaking person, 'Olodo' is synonymous with dullards. But here is Mrs Marianne Ariorutsebafor who has been proudly called Mama Olodo during...

Meet Sarah Morocco-Clarke, Nigeria’s first female banker

For a long time, the banking sector was largely dominated by men. That was until Dr Sarah Adenike Morocco-Clarke joined the profession. She started her...

45 year old Bala Magaji is NOUN’s best graduating student

A 45 year old man, Bala Magaji has emerged the best graduating student of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) for the 2018/2019...

Nigerian, Chinelo Emelife graduates best at Indian university

A 28-year-old student from Nigeria, Stella Chinelo Emelife has graduated best at an Indian university after she swept 20 gold medals and five cash...

Not too old to learn: Fatima Kurfi, the septuagenarian who earned a degree

Education is not just for the young. That is exemplified in the story of Hajiya Fatima Kurfi, a Septuagenarian who returned to school about...

TRIBUTE: Aisha Lemu (1940-2019)

Muhammed Ndagi writes about the lives and times of late Islamic educationist, Aisha Lemu who died recently. After living a life fully dedicated to...

TRIBUTE: Professor Sophie Oluwole (1935-2018)

In this article, Kazeem Fayemi pays tribute to the late Professor Sophie Oluwole who died on Sunday evening.
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