UNILAG, students mourn Ogbeidi, HOD History dept

The management and students of University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, Lagos are yet to recover from the shock of the sudden death of the Head of Department of History and Strategic Studies, Prof. Michael Monday Ogbeidi, whose news of his death threw the entire campus into mourning. Ogbeidi, a Professor of Business History at the Department of History and Strategic Studies and an alumnus of the university, was said to have died after a brief illness. The fond memories of the late lecturer, described as a ‘gentle and consummate teacher,…

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$100m oilfield chemical investments at risk

The over $100 million investments in oilfield chemical sub-sector of Nigeria’s oil and gas industry is on the brink of collapse, New Telegraph has learnt. Investigations revealed that stakeholders in sub-sector are rising against this major threat to business exasperated by longerthan- necessary tendering cycle in Nigeria, which is six times longer than that of its rival oil producer in Africa, Angola. Former President, Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers, Dr. John Erinne, has also confirmed this challenge. He told this newspaper on the side-line of Second National Oil and Gas…

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Lecturer, wife in divorce, paternity row

They got married about six years ago. But now, Monday Abu and his wife, Glory are at war over sundary issues. There is even allegations of threat to life. Cajetan Mmuta in Benin, reports on the controversy For Mr Monday Layasini Abu, the nuptial knot tied six years ago at the Oredo council area of Edo State is now at crossroads and the centre can no longer. As a Senior Political Science lecturer at the Western Delta University, Ogharra, in Delta State, he had hoped to enjoy his marital bliss…

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