Opinion

How Legal Is the UNILAG Visitation Panel and Its Terms of Reference?, By Yunus Abdulsalam

In seeking to intervene in the University of Lagos saga, the Ministry of Education has compounded the issues in the University. It has sought to redress an alleged breach of due process by another terrible lack of due process. The University of Lagos saga began with the removal of the…
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Opinion

UNILAG Crisis: The Devil Is In the Detail, By Banji Ojewale

It has been a game where clearly the hallowed ground of a university we looked up to for inspiration in orientation and management of society and its conflicts and contradictions is itself trapped in the same squalid, if not more, conditions. In the town, we are helplessly ensnared in dystopia,…
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Opinion

A Memo To ASUU and FG Negotiators, By Moses E. Ochonu

The corrective intervention needed in the perennial strike-and-negotiate culture is for ASUU to be made to realise that most problems of the Nigerian higher education system cannot be solved by merely throwing more money are them. In fact, one could argue that greater contributed to the problem by creating unforeseen…
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Opinion

Fashola, Go Easy on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, By Wasilat Famojure

The Honourable minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN) is one of the shining lights of President Buhari’s cabinet. A ‘super minister’, the former Lagos governor has been given three major ministries, each of undeniable significance to Nigerian lives. And to whom much is given, much is…
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