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Pandemonium in our Education sector.

ASUU versus Federal Government. Sentimental students are shouting;ASUU is evil. ASUU doesn't have our interest at heart. My house rent is wasting. My food stuff is getting spoilt. In fact, I cant remember my matriculation number.

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Mandela, Nigeria and the world

A constant cascade of tributes greeted and has continued to greet the news of the death of Nelson Mandela. From the Union Buildings to Buckingham Palace and Aso Rock to the White House, flags flew at half-staff in memory of prisoner number 46664, whose long walk to freedom ended on December 5.

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Obasanjo: Who Has the Moral Right?

By Leonard Karshima Shilgba Obasanjo’s December 2, 2013 excoriating letter to President Jonathan has elicited diverse reactions from Nigerians. While some see the letter as appropriate, others have asked what “moral right” President Obasanjo has to write such a letter …

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Obasanjo: Who Has the Moral Right?

Obasanjo’s December 2, 2013 excoriating letter to President Jonathan has elicited diverse reactions from Nigerians. While some see the letter as appropriate, others have asked what “moral right” President Obasanjo has to write such a letter to President Jonathan. First …

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ASUU and APC: Two of a kind

The nation’s universities are at a crossroad. It has found itself in a very discouraging juncture in which it has been ‘kidnapped’ by very desperate opposition politicians with their foot soldiers who masquerade as academic staff of the Federal and state universities. Indeed, this is one of the most depressing times for Nigerians.

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Moving our Universities to the Next Level

The nation’s public universities have been grounded since July 1,2013 when the Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities, ASUU, went on strike over the grievances of the non-implementation of the Federal Government (FGN)/ASUU agreement that was signed in 2009.

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For Nigerian Universities, an era of sustained growth

By Simeon Nwakaudu For those Nigerians and non-Nigerians who have carefully observed proceedings around and within the public universities, this is the era of growth. Make no mistakes; there are very serious challenges, but the process towards attaining the days …

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