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Top 10 Most Beautiful Senate Buildings of Nigerian Universities

senate buildings of Nigerian Universities

In 2015, I compiled a list of the top 10 most beautiful campuses in Nigeria. Though it was an eye-opener, it was definitely not an easy task considering the vast array of universities in the country. In this piece, we view our universities from a different angle; this piece takes a look at one part of the whole lot. This ...

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What You Should Know About Off-Campus Accommodation

Off-campus accommodation

Gaining admission into a tertiary institution in Nigeria is not a walk in the park. And if you are fortunate to be offered admission, you still have to deal with the issue of accommodation which can be really tasking especially in state universities. In this article we take a critical look at what students should know about off-campus accommodation. Over ...

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UNICAL to Establish 10-Hectare Oil Palm Plantation – VC

UNICAL To Establish 10-Hectare Oil Palm Plantation – VC

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Calabar, Prof. Zanna Akpagu, has made it known that the University is planning to establish a 10-hectre oil palm plantation to increase its internally generated revenue (IGR). New Telegraph reports that he said following the drop in allocation to tertiary institutions in the country, it was necessary that universities look inward to ensure that academic ...

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Surveying in Africa and Nigeria

Surveying profession is one of the oldest professions in Africa. In most African countries, it was initially a profession that was connected with the military. This has to do with the colonial history. For instance, countries that have colonial links with Britain had their first set of surveyors trained in British Military Survey Schools. In the past, surveyors were people ...

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