Academic activities were on Wednesday paralyzed at the University of Lagos as members of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) began one week nation wide warning strike. At the university students were seen roaming about as sheep without a shepherd, while many were seen in group lamenting about their woes occasioned by the ongoing strike….Continue Reading ...
The Vice Chancellor University Of Lagos, Prof. Rahamon Bello has said the only way for Nigeria to recover from its present economic recession was to sustain appropriate research into economic activities. He dropped the hint while declaring open the 11th Unilag Annual Research Conference and Fair with theme “Diversification in a Developing Economy: Promoting Academia-Industry collaboration” held at the institution’s main campus. According to him, with Nigeria in recession…Continue Reading ...
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MondayThe Mangling Of Magu by Mariam C Mohammed Mar 20th | Comments
The anti-corruption ship in Nigeria appears to have hit another iceberg. The cracks are appearing on the sides and the base of the ship, and this ship might just finally…
TuesdayAnambra: An Emerging Start-up State And Our Collective Challenge by By Chukwuma Charles Soludo Mar 21st | Comments
Introduction Every anniversary is a time for thanksgiving as well as time for deep and sober reflections. Since 1999, no consecutive three years have seen such level of turbulence and…
WednesdayMaking Nigeria Great Again by LEADERSDHIP EDITORS Mar 22nd | Comments
After days of prayers, weeks of waiting, nearly two-months of palpable anxiety, President Muhammadu Buhari finally returned back to the country hale and hearty. It was a joyous sight when…
ThursdayThe Political Permutations Toward 2019 (4) by By Abba Mahmood Mar 23rd | Comments
In the defunct northern region, now nineteen states and the federal capital territory, there are over three hundred ethnic groups. Virtually all these tribes speak the Hausa language and that…
FridayUnderstanding Buhari by Azubuike Ishiekwene Mar 24th | Comments
Creative dysfunction is sometimes an unofficial government tool. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo occasionally set top government officials up against themselves to test their loyalty or ideas. But there was no…
SaturdayModular Dry Dock To Save $1bn by Abuja, By Eshiogu Mar 25th | Comments
efore now, the dry docking of vessels operating in Nigeria was done outside the country with huge implications in terms of foreign exchange costs running into several millions of dollars…
SundayRethinking The National Security Architecture (IV) by LEADERSDHIP EDITORS Mar 26th | Comments
Penultimate week I discussed the importance of integrating the National security and Civil Defence Corps into the national security architecture through harnessing the vast potentials of the private guards’ companies…