Day: 2 November 2018

‘Ocean surge swallows 15 towns, submerges 75’Featured

‘Ocean surge swallows 15 towns, submerges 75’

Chris Chimezie & Kemi Olatunde | No fewer than fifteen towns in the southern part of Ondo state have disappeared
NUC accreditation team visits UNIMED, assures fairnessFeatured

NUC accreditation team visits UNIMED, assures fairness

By Chris Chimezie | Governor  Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has restated his administration’s readiness to strictly adhere to the standard rules and
Raising new generation of wealth, job creators through agricultureFeatures

Raising new generation of wealth, job creators through agriculture

By Ilemobola Michael | The taste of the pudding is in the eating. In the same way, a responsible leader
Committee  on ‘Wonder Banks’ inauguratedNews

Committee  on ‘Wonder Banks’ inaugurated

By Mary Agidi | As part of government’s efforts to protect the citizens of the state against financial scavengers, Popularly
Liberal democracy and development in Nigeria: 4th Republic in perspectiveColumn

Liberal democracy and development in Nigeria: 4th Republic in perspective

Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, delivered the lecture at the 2nd Distinguished Personality of the Department of Political
Subsistence farming cannot sustain Nigeria-DonInterview

Subsistence farming cannot sustain Nigeria-Don

Prof. Tunde Oluwalana is the  Head Of Department, Food Science  and Technology at the Federal University of Technology, Akure( FUTA).
Revisiting ethnicity and religion questionOpinion

Revisiting ethnicity and religion question

By Adewale Kupoluyi | One thing that is clear is that Nigeria is a country that is blessed with abundant
Bademosi: Ondo in shock as police launch man hunt for killerNews

Bademosi: Ondo in shock as police launch man hunt for killer

By Evelyn Omotoye | Eminent indigenes of Ondo town are still in shock over the death of a prominent business

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