Oloyede’s N5 billion revolution

Oloyede's N5 billion revolution Barely a year ago, precisely on July 31, 2016, President Muhammadu Buhari appointed some eminent Nigerians to take charge of the  parastatals within the Ministry of Education.... Read More...
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The First Class controversy

The First Class controversy The University of Lagos recently held its 49th convocation ceremony in which 231 First Class graduands emerged from a total of 5,472. As an icing on the cake of their First Class,... Read More...

ASUU’s stance, Oloyede’s chance

In a valedictory delivered on November 17, 1979 at the University of Ibadan after he had to succumb to the powers that stood against his statutory second term as Vice-Chancellor, a former Vice-Chancellor of the... Read More...

Religion to the rescue

Despite the increasing religiosity of Nigerians, as manifest in the preponderance of places of religious worship and lousy religion-related ceremonies and activities, it is ironic that Nigerians are becoming in... Read More...

Does religion poison everything?

The 2016 Annual Lecture of the Nigerian Academy of Letters (NAL) was held last Thursday (February 18, 2016) at Kwara State University, one of the fastest-growing state universities in Nigeria. The topic of this... Read More...

Oloyede: an unsung hero at 61?

A brilliant article, captioned “Unsung heroes of change”, appeared in the last Tuesday edition (September 29, 2015) of “Daily Trust” newspaper (page 48). Written by David A. Onmeje, the article appraised how Pr... Read More...