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Poor education funding hindering Nigeria’s economic development – Ex-UNILAG vice-chancellor

A former Vice Chancellor University of Lagos, Prof. Rahamon Bello, has said that poor educational funding is a major hindrance to economic development in Nigeria.

Why ex-President Jonathan was unable to change University of Lagos name – vice chancellor

The University of Lagos name was retained because it was an institution set up by an act of parliament.

UNILAG to admit only 8,000 students – vice-chancellor

No fewer than 24,000 applicants to the University of Lagos who scored 200 marks and above will still be unable to secure admission in the institution in the 2017/2018 academic session.

University of Lagos vice-chancellor harps on interdisciplinary research to drive development

Nigeria needs multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary researches to drive the needed development in the country, outgoing Vice-Chancellor of University of Lagos (Unilag), Prof. Rahamon Bello, has said.

Okorocha, others bag LCCI education awards

Imo State governor Rochas Okorocha was among those who have received the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) Education, Printing and Publishing Sector award.

Sen. Remi Tinubu seeks true federalism

Senator Oluremi Tinubu representing Lagos Central Senatorial District has called for an amendment of the constitution to make Nigeria a true federal state.

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