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Quality Assurance of Registry operations in the 21st century university system

Quality Assurance of Registry operations in the 21st century university system

 Professor Chiedu Mafiana, the Director, Quality Assurance at NUC in this profound presentation at BELLSTECH’s first Registry Annual Lecture Series, advocates for accountability, diligence to duty for the registry staff…

Too much governance too little politics!

Too much governance too little politics!

Remmy Ogu, a public affairs analyst, goes against the grain of popular thought as he argues that the Nigerian polity offers very little politics and excessive governance with dire consequences…

Nigeria’s rebased economy

Nigeria’s rebased economy

Boniface Chizea, a Management Consultant and Public Affairs Analyst, examines the implication of the rebasing of the Nigerian Economy and concludes that the exercise would enhance informed decisions towards achieving…

Wabara: Who is afraid of press freedom?

Wabara: Who is afraid of press freedom?

Before the advent of the present dispensation, Nigeria was literally run by buccaneers who plundered the nation’s till into private use and built empires over the painful anxieties of the…

President Jonathan and grouse of Northern Christians

President Jonathan and grouse of Northern Christians

It is disheartening to observe that religion has become a seemingly intractable and contentious issue in Nigeria instead of serving as a vehicle for instilling the precepts of the Creator…

Agenda for stress-free polity

Agenda for stress-free polity

 Ademola Orunbon, a pubic affairs analyst, sees the present Nigerian federation as unwieldy and too expensive to operate and therefore proposes a fundamental restructuring to reduce the size and cost…

Agenda for stress-free polity

Agenda for stress-free polity

 Ademola Orunbon, a pubic affairs analyst, sees the present Nigerian federation as unwieldy and too expensive to operate and therefore proposes a fundamental restructuring to reduce the size and cost…

Discussing to unite Nigerians

Discussing to unite Nigerians

In this discourse, Victor Anya, a public affairs analyst, tasks the National Confab to patriotically deliberate and fashion out a new constitution for Nigeria that guarantees fiscal federalism, insisting that…

Transparent tragedy and outrage as developmental flip

Transparent tragedy and outrage as developmental flip

For Olatunde Ayansanwo, a media and strategy manager, the recent Immigration interview tragedy is a wake up call for the government to revamp the economy, review the educational curriculum to…

Ekiti and Osun: Challenges before Jega’s INEC 

Ekiti and Osun: Challenges before Jega’s INEC 

Erasmus Ikhide, writing from Lagos, counsels the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to take necessary steps to correct the lapses that tarnished previous polls and make adequate preparations to ensure…

The plot to topple Allison-Madueke

The plot to topple Allison-Madueke

Desmond Ojiakor, an Abuja based public policy analyst is of the view that judging by available facts, the allegation of profligacy levelled against the Minister of Petroleum, Mrs. Deziani Allison-Madueke…

Biotechnology and the challenge of food production

Biotechnology and the challenge of food production

Dr.Busie Maziya–Dixon of the International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA) who was recently the Guest Lecturer at the 9TH Annual College Lecture of College of Food Sciences (COLFOODS),Bells University of…

Taking African infrastructure to the future

Taking African infrastructure to the future

Infrastructure is the decisive battle ground in Africa’s quest for sustainable development. In an incisive analysis, Elizabeth Uwaifo, Partner in the London office of the international law firm of Faskin…

Confab: Too early to predict outcome (2)

Confab: Too early to predict outcome (2)

In conclusion of his discourse, Professor Oyewale Tomori, President of the  Nigeria Academy of Science (NAS), tasks the on going National Confab to produce a constitution which ensures equity, fair…

Confab: Too early to predict outcome (1)

Confab: Too early to predict outcome (1)

Professor Oyewale Tomori, President, Nigeria Academy of Science (NAS) is hopeful that the ongoing confab would afford the delegates the opportunity to correct past errors, which the older generation made… …

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