Fund LAUTECH, save education

It is appropriate to confess from the start that I am emotionally attached to Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso. Apart from cutting my academic teeth there in 2000 as a young don, LAU... 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...

Give peace education a chance

Yesterday (September 21), the world marked the International Day of Peace, themed “Partnership for Peace - Dignity for All”, with various activities. At the University of Ilorin for example, the Centre for Peac... Read More...

JAMB: To be or not to be?

The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) put itself on the spot recently when it announced an unpopular policy that was rejected outright by many Nigerians. The Federal Government, through the Feder... Read More...

As UN says no to sex education…

Last Friday, May 16, 2014, the “Daily Newswatch” newspaper published a report entitled “Expunge sex education from curriculum in Nigeria – UN”. The opening lines of the report are as follows: “The United Nat... Read More...