POGSASS Holds her Annual Personality Lectures; Honours Gbemi Saraki

The Postgraduate Students Association (POGSASS), Unilorin held her annual Personality Lecture at the University of Ilorin Main Auditorium on the 7th day of February, 2020. The event is targeted at rewarding important personalities who have contributed to the development of Humanities either through Research or Humanitarian services alike.

Feminism in Africa: A Deviation?

To be factual, numerous movements have been extracted from the underlying struggle to represent different viewpoints. Some are good while some have been baseless and unnecessary. This had led to series of criticism levelled against the movement in recent accounts. Read more...

New Year Specials: Poverty Alleviation and Good Education will End Terrorism– Atiku

In his New Year message on Tuesday, the elder statesman observed that the rate of insecurity would reduce in the country if poverty was addressed, with a special focus on the war against insurgency in the North East.

“The problems of extreme poverty and scant investments in education play huge roles in fuelling the problems of violent extremism that we spent the past decade contending with.


New Year Specials: Fayose Attacks his Haters

The most recent former governor of Ekiti state, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, took to Twitter on Wednesday (New year's day) to call out 'haters' who have not been wishing him well so far. Recall that the former governor is under trial for corruption related offences (during his tenure as governor) by the EFCC. His case has been on hold for a while now after a federal high court in Lagos granted the permission to travel abroad to treat his brief illness.