Dr. Ogunbiyi reportedly slumped and died suddenly on campus around 11 am on Thursday, 11th January 2018. However, the cause of death is still unknown.
According to Tribune, the Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Labode Popoola confirmed the loss. He said: “it is true that he died today. He slumped and died on campus and we are mourning him. It was a sad incident.”
Academic and other social activities in the Civil Engineering Department of the institution have been suspended to allow students and department lecturers mourn the late HOD.
Buhari Has Done More For Igbos Under APC Than PDP – Nollywood Actor, Kenneth Okonkwo
Kenneth Okonkwo, a popular Nollywood actor, has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari has done more for Ndigbo Nigeria under the All Progressives Congress, APC, than the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP (PDP).
According to IGBERE TV, the veteran Nollywood actor campaigned unsuccessfully for governor of Enugu State in the 2019 election.
Okonkwo lamented the operation of Fulani Herdsmen in Abuja in a post on his official Instagram profile on Tuesday.
According to President Buhari, 12 million children in the country have been traumatized and are frightened to attend school because of the high prevalence of kidnapping.
On Tuesday, October 26, the President announced this during the launch of the Safe School Programme in Abuja.
The President, who was represented at the ceremony by his Chief of Staff, Prof. Ibrahim Gambari, also stated that dealing with security concerns in the country has been difficult.
“The incessant attacks on the country’s education system such as kidnapping, abduction of pupils/students, increased activities of insurgence and general insecurity in our schools have exacerbated many factors responsible for the growing number of out-of-school children.
It is disheartening to note that even when the abducted students are released, the trauma of the incidences remains long in their minds; hence the plan to have teachers trained on psycho-social support.
There are more than 12 million children currently traumatised and afraid of…
Nigeria’s ruling party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), claims it would “convincingly” win the next gubernatorial election in Anambra and the presidential election in 2023.
John Akpanudoedehe, national secretary of the APC caretaker committee, said on Thursday, October 21 at the inauguration of the state congress appeal committee in Abuja that all members of the APC should see disagreements “within the party as family disputes and should not seek to destroy the platform which helped them in the past.”
“With the huge membership strength we have recorded during the last registration and revalidation exercise, there is no doubt that Nigerians still trust us and that we will win all the upcoming elections convincingly, starting from the governorship elections in Anambra, to Osun, Ekiti, and to the 2023 general election,” he said.
“Therefore, there is a greater need to sustain the trust of our party men and women and indeed all Nigerians.
President Muhammadu Buhari opened a two-day mid-term ministerial performance review retreat in Abuja on Monday, amid reports that more of his ministers will be sacked for poor performance.
The yearly retreat, which is attended by Ministers, Permanent Secretaries, and other top government officials, is held to evaluate the administration’s top functionaries’ performance.
President Buhari announced the dismissal of two of his ministers during the weekly Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting on September 1.
They were the Ministers of Power, Engr. Saleh Mamman, and Agriculture and Rural Development, Alhaji Sabo Nanono, at the time, informing others that the action would be ongoing.
According to presidency sources, the President may be waiting for the results of the continuing review process before taking action, which may include removing more of his cabinet members whose performance and conduct do not satisfy the administration’s standards.
President Buhari said he would stay for the entire two-day performance review retreat at…
Surviving in Lagos is a challenging task. It is a place of great appeal to both people wanting to relocate to Lagos and those who already live and work there.
Anyone who succeeds in Lagos is widely regarded to be successful everywhere in the world. Lagos is the country’s most populous metropolis and a major commercial hub.
In a city like Lagos, knowing how to climb through and make life meaningful is essential. Without further ado, here are 6 tips for survival in the city of Lagos, these are key strategies for surviving Lagos’s madness:
Jos, the city located on the Jos Plateau, during British colonial rule, Jos was very important to the mining industry and is presently the trading hub of the state and country at large as commercial activities are on the increase steady.
The beautiful city has cool weather like that of Europe, with the presence of mountains and hills making it possible. Sometimes ice-hailstones fall during the rainy season because of the cooler temperatures at high altitudes.
These cooler temperatures made Jos the favourite holiday location for tourists from the past colonial times to the present day tourists and visitors of the city.
So in case, you’re thinking of visiting the City of Jos anytime soon or in the future, Dailyfamily provides 6 interesting places you must visit in Jos.
Any society that is meant for humans to habitat, must have a marketplace as a crucial social amenity. The marketplace is far from just a place to buy and sell but also a place that attracts tourists and social gathering of various kinds of people for several reasons.
We have a lot of unique markets in Lagos known for unique reasons like the Computer Village in Ikeja is known for ICT appliances and the Oshodi market is known for foodstuff and clothing.