LAUTECH as a decider in the Oyo Gubernatorial polls

By Ropo Egbeleke Mr Egbeleke writes on the potential of community of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (LAUTECH) determining the outcome of the...

Kaduna’s El-Rufai and the education sector

Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai is perhaps one of the most committed to getting school children educated in the North based on policy implementation...

Addressing Almajiri out of school menace: How committed are the candidates for 2019...

By Mohammed Sabo Keana The constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, states that the security and welfare of...

Student Life: How we survive on campus

By Adeniran Temiloluwa The political structure in the school system cuts across both the students' union level, the lecturers and senate and also the involvement...

Tinubu: An Uncaring Chancellor who only boasts of his wealth

By Oyedeji Ahmed All my life, I've admired former Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu who remains a regular resource person with valid...

Childhood education as middle class child abuse in Nigeria

The Nigerian Middle class is a brittle collectivity of people; brittle because it is insecure and unmoored to any abiding institutions and because its...

On Prof Olaleru’s “Open letter to ASUU President”

“How does NANS expect Nigerian students to buy the idea that the country's economy will collapse if education gets adequate funding when there is...

Only PhD holders should use doctor’s title

By Abdulrazaq O Hamzat Doctor is basically a title for teachers or scholars. It was derived from the Latin word doceō (I teach). Ironically, it has...

ASUU as a problem of the Nigerian university system

Moses Ochonu identifies the changes that have become of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) in recent years alleging that the union had...

Prof Omobowale and the Emergence of Literature and Medicine in Nigeria

In this piece, Stephen Kekeghe celebrates the scholarship of Professor E. B. Omobowale, a Professor of English at the University of Ibadan. In every sane...
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