Two scholars from the University of Lagos have attracted a total of €1200,000, pounds (N540,000,000 million) for research. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the grants were from the United Kingdom Research and Innovation Global Challenges Research Fund.
The Guardian columnist and university teacher, Prof. Tony Afejuku, yesterday stressed that the solution to the myriad of problems confronting Nigeria and Africa in general lies in the education of the citizenry for a prosperous future.
The campaign to deepen the nation’s economic diversification received more attention by experts and participants at the “Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) and Proforest”, with a strong message that Nigeria and the continent must show real investment in the sector.
In Ulaanbaatar, the Mongolian capital, Moshood Afolabi, a 24-year-old aspiring Nigerian footballer, is stranded. As an undocumented migrant, he has lost the occasional construction work that helped offset his rent of a shared apartment and Internet bill.
Against the background of widespread uncertainty and eminent opinion leaders decrying the state of affairs in the country, it is apposite to carry out an introspective study on how well and firmly Nigeria currently stands on such issues as national security, education, transportation, health, the economy, unemployment, inter-group or ethnic relations, and level of infrastructure development.
Palm wine is a local alcoholic drink which is very common in Africa. Most people take alcohol for its intoxicating effect, however, this drink is highly medicinal. Below are some health importance of palm wine: Eye vision Palm wine is a good source of Vitamins C and B which are very good for the eye.…