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How LASUSOC Cultivated National Leadership for LASU

How LASUSOC Cultivated National Leadership for LASU

On Tuesday September 1, 2020, two days before the announcement of LASU as the nation’s second foremost university according to Times Higher Education Tertiary Education Ranking, the tone was set for another trans-generational landmark at the Lagos State University School of Communication, LASUSOC. That day, without any tone of compulsion, nearly all of us as

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UNIBEN’s Second Female VC assumes Office

The inauguration ceremony of Lillian Imuetiyan Salami, professor of home economics and nutrition as the 10th vice-chancellor of the University of Benin came to an abrupt end Monday following an announcement that she had been invited by the state governor. No sooner a cultural dance by students of English and Literature studies finished their performance

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Sex for Marks: Ambrose Alli University VC in Quandary

Between a rock and a hard place; this seems to aptly describe the present predicament of the vice-chancellor of Ambrose Alli University, AAU, Ekpoma, Edo State, Ignatius Akhakhia Onimawo, a professor of human nutrition, (nutritional biochemistry) as the crisis rocking the university over an allegation of sex-for-marks leveled against the institution’s chairman of the   Academic

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FG: Private Varsities Must Reduce School Fees

The federal government has appealed to owners of private tertiary institutions to reduce their school fees to achieve their optimum carrying capacity. Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, disclosed this on Thursday in Abuja during the 8th edition of the weekend ministerial press briefing. According to him, over 30 per cent of total carrying capacity


ASUP Ends 2 Months Old Strike

The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, ASUP has suspended its two-month-old strike. ASUP National President, Usman Dutse disclosed this during a National Executive Council, NEC meeting today in Abuja, directing members of the union to commence academic activities immediately. The strike, which started on Wednesday December 12, 2018 was embarked upon as a result of

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FG Announces Mid Term Break For Schools Ahead of the Presidential Election

Ahead of the forth coming presidential election, the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu has announced February 15 to 19 as midterm break for students in unity schools across the country. The break which is to enable parents have maximum time to go and cast their votes is only limited to the Presidential elections.


ASUU Ends Three Months Old Strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU has directed its members to return to the classrooms immediately.This follows the suspension of the three months old strike embarked upon by the university lectures.National President of the union, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi gave the directive at the end of a meeting between the leadership of the union and

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Pax Africana To Establish Institutions For African Studies

By Timileyin Okunuga and Janet Ifidon  Worried by the poor standard of education in Nigeria, Pax Africana, an Ofure (Pax) Integral Research and Development initiative (ARCID) is to establish a three-arm institution called Communiversity in the country. The Communiversity, which comprises of primary, secondary and tertiary institutions, is aimed at transmitting indigenous traditional knowledge to the

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