The Edo State Government has renamed Edo Creative Hub in honor of the late Victor Uwaifo. Uwaifo, who was a versatile instrumentalist, died in August at the age of 80. The state Governor, Godwin Obaseki, who announced this at the lying-in-state of the late Uwaifo in Benin City, said the hub would be inaugurated by the second week of November.
Nigeria is a great country filled with people with great intellect. Who told you we don't have Professors who can compete with international geniuses in term of intelligence and practical solution. We have many Nigerian who are professors in many courses and check them out: 1. Prof. Adebayo Adedeji University of London 2. Prof. Ambrose Alli 3. Prof. Ayodele Awojobi 4. Prof. Babalola Borishade Obafemi Awolowo university 5. Prof. Bankole Johnson psychiatrist.university of oxford, university of Glasgow, university
Professor Ayodele Awojobi (Also known as the Akoka Giant, Macbeth) was born on the 12th of March 1937 in the Oshodi area of Lagos in Nigeria. His father was Chief Daniel Adekoya Awojobi and his mother, Comfort Bamidele Awojobi. Education He attended the St. Peter's primary school in Faji, Lagos for his primary education and and the CNS Grammar School Lagos for his Secondary. While at CMS, he earned the nickname, "Macbeth" reason because, Williams Shakespeare's play, Macbeth was to be performed in the school
Nigeria is a country filled with intellectuals and people whose academic achievements inspire the new generation of compatriots.Opera news writer brings you seven famous Nigerian professors 1.Adebayo Adedeji Adedeji was a Nigerian economist.Adedeji, who was born on December 21, 1930, became a professor at the age of 36.
The former Governor Of Ogun State Gbenga Daniel was born in Ibadan, Oyo State on April 6, 1956 into the family of the Most Reverend Adebola Daniel of Makun, Sagamu and late Madam Olaitan Daniel of Omu-Ijebu. Otunba Daniel’s leadership traits manifested early while he was at the Baptist Boys High School, Abeokuta, which he attended from 1969 – 1973. He represented the school in debates and quiz competitions – a factor which made him exceptionally popular among his contemporaries and stimulated his incl
Nigerian inventor, Professor Ayodele Awojobi, successfully converted his own family car, an Opel Olympia Rekord, from right-hand drive to a left-hand drive and went on to invent a second steering-wheel mechanism, adjoined to the pre-existing engine at the rear end, so that the vehicle was able to move in both forward and backward directions with all four pre-existing gears. This gave the hybrid vehicle, which he christened Autonov 1, the ability to achieve its highest speeds at a moment's notice, in the nor
The alumni association was founded in the early 1960s by the graduating class which included architect Chief Fola Alade , Chief Lai Balogun and Professor Ayodele Awojobi. Today, the alumni association has branches across the federation with the secretariat at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. Since the inception of the association, the governing council of Ahmadu Bello University has maintained a strong working relationship with the association with the aim of developing the university. Initially, the association
Ayodele Awojobi known as the Akoka Giant was by nature a teacher.He was a professor in University of Lagos in the department of mechanical engineering prior to his death.
I know and very sure that most of us don't know about the Nigerian Inventor,the great man who converted his own family car from right hand to left hand drive, he broke Opel Olympia Record. Proffessor Ayodele Awojobi also invent a second steering-wheel mechanism, together with the pre-existing engine at the rear end so the vehicle was able to move in both forward and backward direction with all pte existing gears. Ayodele Oluwatuminu Awojobi was born on 12 March 1937 in Oshodi,Lagos State.He was popularly k