Designing the future of education that works for Africa By Adetola Salau

Adetola Salau moots an home grown educational reform agenda for Africa in this article. You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today....

Education in Nigeria: The way forward in 2018 By Tolu Odugbemi

In this article, Professor Tolu Odugbemi charts the process towards reforming education in Nigeria. A way forward cannot be charted without considering the present situation...

Olusegun Obasanjo, PhD By Reuben Abati

In this article, Dr Reuben Abati reels on the giant strides of former Nigerian president, Olusegun Obasanjo who recently completed his PhD at the...

The Jabs, Darts and Spats over Hijab at the Bar By Jiti Ogunye

In this article, Jiti Ogunye gives a perspective on how religion interfaces with the law in Nigeria. Rules were set by the Body of Benchers...

The Nigerian Law School and the Stigmatization of the Hijab – Seeking Justice for...

By Akinyemi M. Adedeji “…and to provide for a constitution for the purpose of promoting the good government and welfare of all persons in our...

Akanji’s five years at FUT, Minna

By Lydia Legbo Indeed, time flies when you are happy. It was the award winning writer, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie who once said that in her...

An Open Letter to Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, the Executive Governor of Kaduna

by Alasela Saidi  Dear Mallam Nasir, Despite the pleas for mercy from different organizations and unions on your decision to sack over twenty thousand primary school...

Open Letter to Governor Akinwunmi Ambode

By Mutiat Orolu-Balogun We write to draw your attention to the continuous harassment of Muslim girls in many secondary schools across Lagos State, as your...

Governor El-Rufai’s Politics And Teachers’ Wrath

By Erasmus Ikhide “Your Excellency Sir, we are not sacking teachers in Kaduna. Rather, we are replacing unqualified people who are unfit to be called...

Who book help self? by Ganiu Bamgbose

By Ganiu Abisoye Bamgbose The inspiration for this short public essay was borne out of a statement made by a professor of English, Adeleke Lefak...
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