Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife was in the news recently by the report that Oyinlola Diana Rotimi, a 400 level student of the Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, allegedly attempted to flush her baby boy into the toilet after delivery.
Daily Archives: July 2, 2013
Looking at the smiling face of Master Ayobami Adefolaju, a 10-year-old boy, it would be difficult to believe that he has a thorn in his flesh.
Barely 15 months after the take-off of the Bauchi State University, Gadau, it has become one of the fastest developing universities in the country.
When Engineering students of University of Uyo (Uniuyo), Akwa Ibom State, staged a peaceful demonstration at the office of the Vice Chancellor, Prof Comfort Ekpo, to address issues about the sudden changes in their transportation from the campus to permanent site, it never occurred to them that hell was only a few steps away.
The various responses to last week’s column, The Gathering Storm, indicate to me that some people are looking forward to a revolution in Nigeria.
It was almost impossible for Education Review to ignore what it discovered was a pathetic condition of some public schools in Aba, Abia State. Moved by patriotic zeal, even as it anchored the story in the very best of professional and ethical standards
Ahead next year’s governorship poll in Anambra State, there have been plenty of analyses on the expectations of Anambrarians, their fears and who must not succeed Governor Peter Obi.
He has been mentioned as one of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, [PDP] stalwarts in Delta State, itching to succeed the incumbent governor of the State, Emmanuel Uduaghan. His speculated ambition has also courted for him the disdain of certain leaders of the party who had in recent times described him in unsavoury terms.
Many lovers of contemporary fiction would quickly recognise that my title is a nod to Milan Kundera’s intriguing novel, The Book of Laughter and Forgetting.