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Adieu, Senator Ishaq Abiola Adeyemi Ajimobi, 1949-2020

By Idowu Olayinka I first met with the late Senator Abiola Ajimobi sometime in 2004 at a private event...

The education of responding to emotional abuse

by Ojo Omotola Heathcliff and Adah are characters from different prose works. The former is a character in Emile...

EFCC parading Kwara NUT Chairman, others illegal

By ONIKEKE MUSA Abdulgafar Oluwasegun Still very fresh in my memory, the efforts of the immediate past Kwara State...

IPPIS backdoor enrolment of lecturers violates NDPR

By Adekemi Omotubora The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been in a face-off with the Federal government...

Rebranding or reforming education: A commentary on Buhari’s June 12 address

By Chima Osuji Twenty-one years of uninterrupted democratic dispensation in Nigeria is something worth celebrating. This is particularly true...

Why universities need contract/temporary staff

By Marzuq Ungogo Sequel to imposition of IPPIS, a centralised strict payroll system, on all Nigerian civil and public...

Nigerian academics and the bastardisation of festschrift

The production of a festschrift is neither a professional right of passage nor a substitute for producing original research work.

19th century teachers in 21st century classrooms

By Abdul-Ganiyy Raji I am a teacher, but I do not have a computer. I am a big teacher...

ASUU, Nigerian ‘civilian’ governments and the ‘jackboot mentality’

By Andrew Erakhrumen Human beings are rational beings. They can also be irrational, or made to be, to the...

TRIBUTE: My journey to the University of Ibadan in 1948

By Anezie Okoro I belonged to the first set of Medical Students that moved to the University of Ibadan...
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