The Alma Mater

Akinkugbe: The legend lives on

During the lockdown, Africa at large and the Nigerian academic community in particular suffered a monumental meltdown resulting in our emotional breakdown. This was on account of the loss of a lovable legend, a... Read More...

Ijaiya: A Giant Goldfish at 70

On February 22, 2020, another big fish in the vast pool of the University of Ilorin glowingly swam out of service having reached the retirement age of 70. She is no other person than Prof. (Mrs) Nike Yetunde Si... Read More...

Oladosu: A Man In A Million

Today, one of the iconic personalities that epitomises the character and scholarship of the great University of Ilorin is bowing out in a blaze of glory. At a glowing peak of a stellar career devoted to teachin... Read More...

Attitude is everything

One most important factor responsible for one’s success or failure in this life is attitude. As a matter of fact, attitude is everything and everything is about attitude, regardless of whoever we are. Nothing i... Read More...

In the court of Aka Uka

Courtesy of a United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) project on Integrated Peacebuilding, I had a recent mind-blowing encounter with the Chairman of the Taraba State Traditional Council and Aka Uka of Wuka... Read More...