Tag: LUTH

Goodnight Professor Adetayo-Foluso Fagbenro-Beyioku

Goodnight Professor Adetayo Beyioku By Adeola Aderounmu My former lecturer and supervisor Professor Adetayo Foluso Fagbenro-Beyioku passed away on April 18 2015. She was aged 67. Mummy as we fondly called her was born on April 16, 1948. She attended Queens College in Yaba… Continue Reading “Goodnight Professor Adetayo-Foluso Fagbenro-Beyioku”

Becoming a Stateless Nigerian..!

Adeola Aderounmu Around 1989/1990 I applied for the Lagos State Scholarship Board Award /Grant. The intended study would have allowed me to pursue a medical career at foreign University. When I was invited to the interview there were strong indications that I was a… Continue Reading “Becoming a Stateless Nigerian..!”

Confronting the rot in LUTH By Hope Eghagha

Culled from the Nigerian Guardian August 5 2008 AS we try to define ourselves as a nation, there are certain institutions that ought to stand firmly and serve as centres of excellence. No nation worth its salt ought to toy with the health of… Continue Reading “Confronting the rot in LUTH By Hope Eghagha”

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