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Nigeria is still under colonial rule

Myles Munroe, of blessed memory, opined in one of his lessons that a people can be liberated from their oppressors but be...

PMB’s visit: Between the ABU of yesterday and today

By Baba-Bala Katsina When I read in the media that President Buhari is bid to visit ABU as part of his round of Zaria visit,...

What “self”? Is English my father’s language?

By Ganiu Bamgbose You most likely have heard this from someone or said it to someone as a Nigerian. The answer is a straightforward "NO"!...

Massive neglect of ICT in Port Harcourt private schools must end

By Guy Ahmadi Education that does not lead the educated towards current developmental trends preparing students now for the future is a practical waste of...

Na’Allah: Newer heights for an ebullient and fecund academic

By Mahfouz Adedimeji On Friday, June 28, news broke that an alumnus of and former lecturer at the University...

The rise and fall of foreign second degree

By Moses Ochonu In the early to the mid 2000s, as the quality of Nigerian university education plummeted...

Remembering Amoloye thirteen years after

By Adesola Yaqub “The whole essence of politics and leadership is in itself defeated, if the people do not have references to point at, as...

NANS: Messengers who live not on their messages

By Abd’Afeez Mojoyinola They said they were coming, that no one could stop them, that they were freedom...

15 clarifications on the tyranny of ‘theoretical framework’ in Nigerian universities

In an earlier article titled "The academic nonsense called 'theoretical framework' in Nigerian universities", Moses Ochonu identified the misuse of theoretical framework...

Ojo Aderemi and the caterpillars of Nigeria’s premier university, Ibadan

By Lawal Adewale Over two months; appeal, invocation, adjuration and prostration could not pacify the angry lions of the...
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