Section - THE PEOPLE

Barrister Hafsat Suleiman

Barrister Hafsat Suleiman

...Against all this, Hafsat would always make it at the end of each semester. She defied all odds, crossed all hurdles to graduate with us and with a proud result that everyone could have.

Ken Saro-Wiwa

Ken Saro-Wiwa

A resounding voice of liberty and justice which echoed from the Niger Delta 23 years ago. Ken Saro-Wiwa remain one of those icons whose ultimate sacrifice paved way for the civil society we enjoy in Nigeria today.

Maduka Attamah

Maduka Attamah

He designed and implemented “an artificial intelligence system that solves logic puzzles” in his Master's degree dissertation. That earned him the Ann Maybrey prize for the overall best MSc student in Computer Science in that university in 2012 and a PhD scholarship award by the same department......

Esan Ibukunoluwa Caleb

Esan Ibukunoluwa Caleb

17-year-old Esan Ibukunoluwa Caleb of Shepherd International College, Ado Ekiti student pulled a total score of 351 in the 2018 UTME JAMB.

Oloche Paul Victor

Oloche Paul Victor

Oloche Paul Victor, a secondary school student, authored some impressive designs. He created prototypes – with some working functions – of cars, tricycles, motorbikes and common machineries, using melted electronic plastics and locally sourced materials.

Bayode Treasures-Olawunmi

Bayode Treasures-Olawunmi

He beat Nepali Deepak Sharma’s record of 113 hours 15 minutes set in 2008 reading mostly Nigerian literature by Toni Kan , Leye Adele, Sarah Ladipo Manyika and many others...

Madam Victoria A. Samson

Madam Victoria A. Samson

She is a virtuous woman, friend of the masses, friend of the downtrodden, and friend of the poorest of the poor; a woman who differentiated herself distinctively by her doings, attitude and composure...

Ali Ahmadu

Ali Ahmadu

....we all witnessed at the same airport Ali Ahmadu being taken away on a wheel chair, today to the Glory of God we are here to receive Ali Ahmadu, walking handsomely into our arms

Last Week Google Celebrates Chinua Achebe’s Legacy with Doodle

Last Week Google Celebrates Chinua Achebe’s Legacy with Doodle

“I think the thing that clearly pointed me in the direction of writing was my interest in stories. Not necessarily writing stories, because at that point, writing stories was not really viable. So you didn’t think of it. But I knew I loved stories, stories told in our home, first by my mother, then by my elder sister—such as the story of the tortoise—whatever scraps of stories I could gather from conversations, just from hanging around, sitting around when my father had visitors.” —Chinua Achebe (The Paris Review)

AFRICA'S YOUNGEST PHD HOLDER

AFRICA'S YOUNGEST PHD HOLDER

Olaoluwa Hallowed Oluwadara won University of Bangui’s All Time Best Student Award from the Department of Mathematics (B.Sc), Best B.Sc Student Award in Physics, 2007 and Best M.Sc Awards in Physics and Mathematics respectively in 2008.

I met a homeless addict and recognized my childhood friend.

I met a homeless addict and recognized my childhood friend.

Wanja Mwaura Is a Self-Employed Nurse from Lower Kabete, Central, Kenya and lives in Nairobi, Kenya. She met a homeless addict and recognized her childhood friend, so she decided then, that something needed to be done to help him. Favorite Quotes: God is good all the time