A team of researches discovered a popular smartwatch that can detect COVID-19

A team of researchers from ICHAN MEDICAL School in Mount Sinai has found evidence that smartwatches can detect symptoms of COVID-19 before a person realizes they are infected. On its website, the Sinai Mountains team describes testing 297 health workers using data from their Apple watches. One of the early signs of a COVID-19 infection … Read more

Definition of a Citizen: Rights of a citizen

Definition of a Citizen, rights of a citizen, ways of acquiring of a citizenship, qualifications of a citizenship, ways of losing of a citizenship, ways of safeguarding a citizen rights, limitations to a citizen rights, differences between a citizen and non-citizen A citizen is defined as a legal member of a state with full constitutional … Read more

The University of Ilorin opens hostels as the students begin phased resumption

When Ilorin University started the phased physical continuation of academic activities in stages this Monday (25 January 2021), management has announced renovation of student dormitories/hostels.   According to the four-phase re-admission plan, students with incomplete exams from semester 1 are expected to be accepted back on January 25, 2021 to complete their failed exams. Last … Read more

JAMB opens the portal for correction of wrong input data

JAMB 2021 Course / Institution Change Form – Did you make a mistake when registering for JAMB 2021? Or do you need to change the institution or course of your choice? Don’t worry. Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB changes to institutions/courses, name, gender, country of origin / LGA, and date of birth have started. … Read more

Nigeria University workers confirm a new date to commence general strike

     Non-teaching staff at Nigerian public universities will start a national strike on February 15, 2021. Employees oppose the federal government’s integrated personnel and payroll information system (IPPIS).      They protested the formula for dividing education benefits earned by #40 billion and not paying past-due obligations under the new minimum wage. Its employees … Read more

Obafemi Awolowo University(OAU) terminates 2020/2021 academic session

The school authority of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) has declared the resumption date for the continuation of the 2019/2020 academic session. However, the resumption is only for graduating students in the Faculty of Pharmacy, Clinical Students in the College of Health Sciences, and year four (4) students in the Faculty of Agriculture. This was … Read more

Economic Integration

  WHAT IS ECONOMIC INTEGRATION?                  Economic integration is a condition of international trade in which all trade barriers and restrictions are removed. There is perfect capital mobility, complete freedom of migration, complete freedom of establishment of businesses, and unhindered flow of information and technology. As stated above, economic integration is … Read more

Definition of Decentralization of Power | types, merits, demerits

Definition of Decentralization of Power, Types Decentralization of Power, Merits of Decentralization of Power, Demerits of Decentralization of Power. Definition of decentralization of power:Decentralization of power has to do with the sharing of power between the central government and other constituent units, within a political system. Powers are, therefore, distributed to these different units, thereby … Read more

Centralization of power: definition, advantages, disadvantages

Definition:      Centralization of power is defined as the process by which political power is located in a single central decision-making body. The highest degree of centralization is achieved where all powers of government are vested in a central authority. The degree of centralization is highest in a unitary state. Britain, France, etc. are … Read more

University of Ibadan(UI) cancels 2019/2020 academic seasion

It has been confirmed that the University of Ibadan (UI) has cancelled the 2019/2020 academic session. According to the report, this was part of resolutions reached an assembly of the university’s Senate that was held on Thursday. A Senate member who spoke to newsmen after the meeting revealed that the institution will recommence the school … Read more

Covid-19 second wave: Nigeria govt ascertains new date for resumption of school.

The Federal Government has eventually determined to go ahead with the January 18, 2021 resumption date for schools nationwide. This is regardless of the pressure being hooked up by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and other stakeholders that school shout stay shut during the second wave of the pandemic. This was ascertained in … Read more

University of Lagos (UNILAG) declares a new resumption date

The school management of the University of Lagos, (UNILAG), has declared January 25, 2021 as current resumption date for online lecture due to the second wave of COVID-19 that is happening in the country. This was contained in a announcement signed by the institution’s deputy registrar, information and publications, Abdullahi Abdullahi. According to the announcement, … Read more

Business Organization

     A business organization is any form of establishment that undertakes the production of goods or rendering of services demanded by the consumers. The primary objectives of any business or organization are to make a profit.  Types of Business Organizations Business organizations can be classified into two major types. These are private enterprises and … Read more

Meaning of the judiciary arm of government

           The judiciary constitutes the arm of government that interprets the law of the state and applies the existing law to individual cases, In any modern state, the liberty of individuals depends upon the fairness of the courts in protecting against the tyranny of Overzealous members of the government. In Nigeria, … Read more

Meaning of fundamental human right

Definition     Fundamental human rights can be defined as those inalienable (natural) rights, and privileges enjoyed by the citizens of a given state, which is usually stated in the constitution of the country.  It is the responsibility of the state to ensure that its citizens enjoy these rights. These are the rights of the … Read more

FUNAAB Vice chancellor stands on january 18 for school resumption

The vice-chancellor of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Prof. Felix Salako, has stated that it would resume educational activities on Jan. 18, regardless of the institution’s earlier stance on universities not being equipped to address the challenges posed by COVID-19. Salako disclosed this while addressing a press conference, in Abeokuta, disregarding claims earlier … Read more

Covid-19 second wave: Nigeria government sets to review the school resumption date

      The federal government has stated it will evaluate the proposed January 18 resumption date for schools, as the country battles the second wave of COVID-19. The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, said this while talking at the briefing of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on Monday. Adamu mentioned the sooner resumption … Read more

The west african examinations council (WAEC) announces the 2021 closing date for the registration form.

The West African Examinations Council, (WAEC) Nigeria, has announced that January 29, 2021, is the closing date for registration for this year’s West Africa High School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private applicants, 2021 -First series. WAEC’s Head of Public Affairs, Mr. Demianus Ojijeogu, made this acknowledged in Benin City on Saturday, 9 January 2021. The … Read more

Meaning of Constitutionalism

   MEANING OF CONSTITUTIONALISM        Constitutionalism is based on the belief that the powers of the various organs of the government should be defined and regulated by the constitution, so that those who govern the Society do so without denying or violating human dignity. This shows that limitations are placed in the performance of their functions … Read more