By Waziri Isa Adam This year’s Eidul Adha festival in Nigeria was a stark contrast to previous years, as many Muslims struggled to uphold the traditional animal sacrifices due to the crippling economic meltdown. The usual excitement and glamour that characterized the occasion were conspicuously absent, replaced by a senseContinue Reading

My exposure of the Vice Chancellor’s maladministration and corruption in a report published in the Education Monitor on September 15, 2021, marked the beginning of my ordeal in the hands of Professor Kabiru Bala. The report, titled “How VC, Kabiru Bala, Targets ABU For Destruction,” detailed his questionable activities, including:Continue Reading

• Publisher Seeks Clarifications on Queries, Threatens Legal Action By Our Special Correspondent  In a move that appears to be a desperate attempt to silence the Publisher and Group Editor-in-Chief of Education Monitor Group of newspapers, Waziri Isa Adam, the embattled Vice-Chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Professor KabiruContinue Reading

By Samson Yaki The Director General of the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Professor Muhammed Tawfiq Ladan, has said that indigenous knowledge plays a significant role in the quest for sustainable development and innovative adaptation techniques as solutions to the effects of climate change in Africa. “Indigenous Knowledge (IK),Continue Reading

By Samson Yaki Dr. Umar Halidu Ahmad popularly known as Dr. Khalid has been appointed Deputy Rector Administration of the Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, in Nasarawa State. A statement from the Polytechnic said the appointment is a testament to his dedication, expertise, and unwavering commitment to academic excellence. According to theContinue Reading

By Toyin Falola Nostalgic feelings, memory nodes, and reverberations have often spurred me into euphoric celebrations, bursting out to retrace the relics of history resurrected by the Nigerian leaders: The National Anthem of Independence. I must confess that people of my age bracket and those born and weaned before 1978Continue Reading