President Jonathan’s Retention Of Governors Under Emergency Rule Is Questionable – Professor Akin Oyebode
Akin Oyebode, a professor of international law and jurisprudence at the University of Lagos, has criticized President Goodluck Jonathan’s retention of the governors of the three Northern states where a state of emergency was recently declared.
Pres. Jonathan Retaining Governors Under Emergency Rule Shows Vested Interest - Prof. Akin Oyebode
Professor of International Law and Jurisprudence at the University of Lagos, Prof. Akin Oyebode discusses President Jonathan’s declaration of State of Emergency in three northern Nigerian States, the irrelevant retaining of Governors despite that Military still imposes curfew in the states and the statement of threat by President Jonathan;s kinsman, Asari Dokubo.
Towards A Skeptical Lagos
On Sunday, April 28, 2013, a historic event is scheduled to take place in Lagos. And that is the inaugural forum of humanists and skeptics in this capital city. The event will be held at the postgraduate room of the Department of Philosophy at the University of Lagos.
Federal High Court Restrains President Jonathan From Renaming UNILAG
A Federal high court judge in Ikeja has restrained the Nigerian president from changing the name of the University of Lagos, a 52-year old school widely known as UNILAG.
Justice Stephen Adah granted the interim injunction sought by students and alumni of the institution.
Angry Nigerian Students Occupy Late Chancellor’s Funeral Church Service in Lagos To Protest Name Change
VIDEO: UNILAG Students Protest Against Name Change At VC Funeral In Lagos