Nigeria

Rufus Giwa Polytechnic: Appeal Court reinstates 15 workers over 2 yrs after sack
Rufus Giwa Polytechnic Appeal Court reinstates 15 workers over 2 yrs after sack

An Appeal Court sitting in Akure has ruled in favour of 15 of the 32 workers who were sacked by the management of the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, in January 2013.

Student Pulse·01.07.2015

Rapist Or Burglar: 21-yr-old student breaks into girls hostel, stabs guard in face, chest
Rapist Or Burglar 21-yr-old student breaks into girls hostel, stabs guard in face, chest

A 21-year-old student, Francis Onitiri, had been arraigned for breaking into a girls’ hostel at night and stabbed the guard in the face and chest in a bid to escape.

Student Pulse·01.07.2015

Pulse Blogger: The unifying force that is UI’s Faculty of Arts’ quadrangle
Pulse Blogger The unifying force that is UI’s Faculty of Arts’ quadrangle

I cannot imagine the Faculty without the present adornment the quadrangle has given it. Apart from this beauty, the trees play a very important role in curbing the effects of global warming.

Student Pulse·01.07.2015

Pulse Blogger: Typical African men would find the notion of being equal to women laughable
Pulse Blogger Typical African men would find the notion of being equal to women laughable

The typical African man would find the notion of a woman being equal to him laughable. That is because he is African and this is Africa. Africa where a wife is considered part of her husband's property...

Student Pulse·01.07.2015

Pulse TV Exclusive: Jovago CEO talks about challenges faced in starting Jovago
Pulse TV Exclusive Jovago CEO talks about challenges faced in starting Jovago

Marek Zmyslowski talks about the initial challenges he faced while starting Jovago, which now boasts a catalogue of over 7,000 hotels across the African continent.

Pulse Tech·01.07.2015· Video

Pulse Blogger: Nigeria is the result of the egocentric influence of colonial masters
Pulse Blogger Nigeria is the result of the egocentric influence of colonial masters

This hegemonic power did not put into consideration the feelings of the different tribes making up the created stated. In short, the formation of our country Nigeria is the result of the egocentric influence of colonial masters.

Student Pulse·01.07.2015

Obama Trip, U.S. gay ruling inspires hope and revulsion in Africa
Obama Trip, U.S. gay ruling inspires hope and revulsion in Africa

In the streets, churches and corridors of power, from Uganda in the east to Zimbabwe in the south and Nigeria and Liberia in the west, the chorus of homophobic disapproval at the landmark U.S. decision rang out loud and clear.

World·01.07.2015

University Staff Schools: Tension at UI as NASU locks out students, lecturers
University Staff Schools Tension at UI as NASU locks out students, lecturers

Academic activities have come to a standstill at the University of Ibadan (UI) after members of the institution’s chapter of the NASU locked all lecture halls in protest.

Student Pulse·01.07.2015

CBN: Apex bank extends BVN registration deadline
CBN Apex bank extends BVN registration deadline

The information is contained in a circular issued by the apex bank and signed by Mr Dipo Fatokun, director, Banking and Payment System Department, in Abuja on Tuesday.

Pulse Tech·01.07.2015

Morning Teaser: Should Nigeria follow USA's example and legalize same-sex marriage?
Morning Teaser Should Nigeria follow USA's example and legalize same-sex marriage?

Some gay right activists say they will drag Nigeria to international bodies to compel the country to approve same-sex marriage.

Gist·01.07.2015