Tagged: University of Ibadan

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Entrepreneurship critical to recession exit sooner than expected —MD, UI Ventures

The University of Ibadan, in conjunction with Firstmost Education and Training Limited is graduating its fourth set of postgraduate students in Social Entrepreneurship and other discipline this week. Mr Philip Areo, Managing Director, University of Ibadan Ventures Limited, speaks with Ruth Olurounbi on the upcoming two-day event, in this interview. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

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Oyo government, remove this obstruction

I want to express my feelings on the illegal taxi park now causing obstruction at the Sango/Polytechnic junction in Ibadan, Oyo state. Anybody passing from Mokola to the University of Ibadan will notice the entrance of the popular motor park at Sango where vehicles plying The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Beere, Oje, Gate and Iwo Road pick and drop passengers and their wares. Over the years, the motor park in question had provided opportunities to vehicles plying the above routes to pick and drop passengers without any hindrance to traffic. But surprisingly, a taxi park has recently sprung up at the entrance...

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Glo Lafftafest train berths in Ibadan, delivers Africa’s best comedians

NIGERIAN telecommunications giant, Globacom, on Sunday, lived up to its promise of bringing the crème of comedians currently making waves across Africa to Ibadan. The Lafftafest series this year has been billed to happen in over 27 locations across Nigeria finally berthed in Ibadan with thousands of fun seekers trooping to the University of Ibadan International Conference Centre, venue of the event. It was indeed a night to remember for the residents of the city, as ace comedians like Basketmouth, Gordons, Kenny Black, Bovi, Bash, Salvador (Uganda), among others took turns to deliver witty jokes and performances. There were also...

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ASUU, Alumni intervene in University of Ibadan crisis

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), said on Wednesday it would consider legal action against the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) if it failed to call off its strike. Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email