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How to catch randy lecturers who demand sex for grades

By Jeff Unaegbu The problem is the unnecessary fear some students have. These days of...

Restructuring our education system for a better Nigeria

By Temitope Adigun One thing that is peculiar and synonymous to every society in the world is the urge and hunger for progress, living on...

Benefits of thesis to order

Each school has its own requirements for the uniqueness of the text of the written work. Specialists write the text so that...

Open letter to the Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu

By Adeola Taylor We write to call the attention of stakeholders in the education sector both at the Federal...

GSM’s 526m Running grant for schools: Going where there is no path

By Kehinde Isiaka Calling Governor Seyi Makinde (GSM) a pathfinder is not a misnomer. From all intents...

Editing the code of violence in Northern Nigeria

By Hauwa Ibrahim Nigeria is in a unique position, the world’s seventh-most populous country about 200 million people and...

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...

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...

AAUA fee hike: Bring back our Tunji Abayomi

By Eyinla Temitope Before I create a Protocol to stand on, permit me to address you as Dr. Tunji Abayomi, and not as the Pro...

‘Big grammars’ in themes: Guilty or not?

By Azeezah Olatunde The use of grandiloquent words as themes for higher institution programmes has become envogue.
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