Bogoro-led Fund Adviced to Limit it’s Intervention Role Within its Core Mandate Asked to Sustain Telling it’s Story to Educate Beneficiaries of its Laudable Achievements Urged to Educate Public on Why its Impossible to Support Private Varsities Adviced the Fund to Ensure that its Social Media Platforms are more Active,
Malami, Dongban-Mensem, Osipitan, Yadudu, Nweze, Idornigie Bag Fellowship Justice Abdullahi Urges Govt, Past DGs, Stakeholders to Support Professor Ladan to Achieve Mandate of the Institute Taiwo Osipitan Calls for the deletion of 2011 ‘Evidence Act’ By Waziri Isa Adam The President of the Court of Appeal, Hon. Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem,
Illegality of US Foreign Policy, Pre-Emptive Force and Qasem Soleimani International relations is typified by its vagueness of definition and its shallowness of justification. Be it protecting citizens of a state in another, launching a pre-emptive strike to prevent what another state might do, or simply understanding the application of
IAR DIRECTOR’S ‘STAR INTERVIEW’: Justifies Why Buhari Must Keep Nigeria’s Borders Close Lists Hundreds of Top, Celebrated Achievements from 1922 – Date By Samson Yaki and Pauline Abutu Professor Muhammad Faguji Ishiyaku, the current Executive Director of Institute of Agricultural Research (IAR), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and one-time Dean of
As MD FMC Jabi, Prof. Sa’ad Clocks 1 Year In Office, JOHESU Congratulates, Rates Him The Best Since Inception Of the Center By Muhammad M. Garba The Chairman of Joint Health Staff Union (JOHESU), Federal Medical Centre Jabi-Abuja, Comrade Talatu Haruna, has congratulated the Centre’s Medical Director, Professor Sa’ad A.
BY SYLVIA OLOWOJOBA IDOWU The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) has signed, on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the French Government and other top institutions in France to facilitate the training of Nigerian Laboratory Technologists. The MoU is specifically on a hands-on
As we have pointed out since Media Lens began in 2001, a fundamental feature of corporate media is propaganda by omission. Over the past week, a stunning example has highlighted this core property once again. A major witness in the US case against Julian Assange has just admitted fabricating key accusations