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Nigeria: Salvaging Nigerian Universities – Ladipo Adamolekun

May 4, 2017

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Since the posting of Independent Scholar, Professor Adamolekun’s Education Sector in Crisis: Evidence, Causes and Possible Remedies on this blog in January 2013, the paper has proved so popular that I re-blogged it in November 2014. The Lecture had been delivered as “Distinguished Lecture of Joseph Ayo Babalola University”, Ọṣun State of Nigeria in January 2013. This […]

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Book Announcement: Ládipọ̀ Adámọ́lẹkun’s autobiographical “I Remember” – Tola Adenle

July 20, 2016

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Publishers:          Safari Books Ltd., May 2016.  Ibadan, Nigeria – http://www.safaribooksng.com Author:                Ladipọ Adamọlẹkun, B.A. (Ibadan), M.Phil. (Ifẹ), DPhil (Oxford) Availability:        Major bookshops in Nigeria amazon.com: Paper back (full color) –  $48.50;  Paper back (B & W) – $17.50         […]

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The Challenge of Achieving Educational Excellence in Ondo State – Professor Ladipo Adamolekun

November 9, 2015

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Text of a Lecture delivered at the invitation of Ondo State Public Sphere Akure, Thursday, November 5th 2015. Tertiary Education The architecture of tertiary education in the state needs to be reconfigured. Besides the unclear binary distinction between RUGPOLY and the universities, there are no apparent interlinkages among all the four tertiary institutions. Furthermore, the […]

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Urgent real restructuring of Nigeria necessary “so that States and Local Governments can truly serve as the engine of development” – Jerome Afeikhena

April 15, 2015

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For  the benefit of new blog visitors, The Iju Public Affairs Forum Series (IPAF), a lecture presentation that is now in its tenth year, has been presented on this blog from the beginning.  Despite its generally very academic look at various subjects in governance in Nigeria and the society, it has generated impressive numbers, mostly […]

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