Barely few months of fury at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) over the renaming of the institution to Moshood Abiola University by President Goodluck Jonathan, Sports Minister, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi, visited the university recently with smiles on his face.
Daily Archives: December 11, 2012
Nigerians cry foul over outrageous fees charged by church-owned varsities By ORI MARTINS, GABRIEL DIKE…
It is actually very difficult to believe that an academic activity is going on in this environment, under this dilapidated and collapsed building.
Air Commodore Alechenu Ekagbo, the senior military officer who sustained serious injuries in Jaji military church bombing in Kaduna about two weeks ago is dead. Although, the military authorities did not make any official statement
Last week, I pointed out that the rejoinder to my column by Mr. Chike Ndigwe, on “Pharisees, Judas and Private Jets”, was based on several scriptural errors that needed to be corrected, lest the unwary swallow them as true. But it so happened that Ndigwe’s rejoinder hit a chord with many anti-tithe, anti-pastor and anti-private jet
When the sons of men were building the tower of Babel in their attempt to get to heaven and see God, believed to live, somewhere up there, beyond the sky, the good Lord, the Bible records, frustrated the effort by throwing them in confusion and misunderstanding
The last may not have been heard on the lingering crisis that is rocking the Nigeria Premier League (NPL), as the board rose from an emergency meeting at the headquarters of the league body yesterday, directing the board Chairman, Chief Rumson Victor Baribote, to step aside pending the determination of the cases in three weeks time.
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has said that it would not hesitate to drag any European or other foreign club to Zurich, the secretariat of the world football governing body, FIFA, should any of them fail to release Nigerian players invited to prosecute the South Africa 2013 Cup of Nations two weeks to the tournament.
Minister of Works, Mike Onolomemen, disclosed yesterday that the average budget of N100 billion to fix the nation’s deplorable roads is rather insufficient and grossly inadequate. According to him, over N500 billion is required annually in the next four years to fix the roads.
Following the recent ban on consumer promotions and lotteries by telecommunications operators almost five weeks ago by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC),an increasing number of phone users are lamenting their ordeal while also not sure what NCC tends to achieve