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Founded in 1962, the University of Lagos has, for over five decades, provided qualitative and research-oriented education to Nigerians and all those who have entered its domain in search of knowledge. At its inception, the University of Lagos was empowered to produce a professional workforce that would steer the political, social and economic development of a newly independent country. Over the last fifty years the University has pursued this mission with vigour, excellence and panache. The University has built a legacy of academic excellence and is now acclaimed publicly as “the University of First Choice and the Nation’s Pride”.

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Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari shows his COVID-19 certificate after receiving his first dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in March 2021. Photo by Kola Sulaimon / AFP via Getty Images

Nigerian academics weigh in on the faults and frustrations of managing COVID-19

Experts assess Nigeria’s response to COVID-19 so far and express worry that the country does not appear to have learnt much; it isn’t prepared for the next pandemic.
Nigerian rapper Falz sings in his home studio in Lagos. Florian PlauCheur/AFP/Getty Images

Why has protest music dried up in Nigeria?

Young Nigerians are protesting bad governance and police brutality. Where is the music to assist them?
Lagos state officials disinfecting roads in the state. Shutterstock

Coronavirus: what Nigeria can do post lockdown

A continuous lock down is detrimental to Nigeria’s large population of people living below poverty lines, but lifting the restrictions without a proper plan is equally dangerous. Here’s what to do.

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