2 edition of A History of the University of Lagos, 1962-1987 found in the catalog.
A History of the University of Lagos, 1962-1987
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by A.B. Aderibigbe and T.G.O. Gbadamosi.|
|Contributions||Aderibigbe, A. B., Gbadamosi, T. G. O.|
|LC Classifications||LG481.L2 H57 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 600 p. :|
|Number of Pages||600|
|ISBN 10||9782264911, 978226489X|
|LC Control Number||88210628|
Unknown Binding. Currently unavailable. Democracy with military vigilance: The Samuel Jereton Mariere inaugural lecture entitled Stability in Nigeria after military rule: an analysis of political University of Lagos, on 27 October, by Nnamdi Azikiwe | Jan 1, Unknown Binding. Christian ministry. In , while being a lecturer of mathematics at the University of Lagos, Kumuyi began a Bible study group with 15 students who had come to him for Bible training. This training became the foundation of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry. In , Kumuyi was expelled from the Apostolic Faith Church for preaching on the baptism of the Holy ion: Mayflower School.
The author of the book, Dr Paul Osifodunrin, an associate professor of history at the University of Lagos, said the book would place the church at the centre of . The Lagos metropolitan area is a major educational and cultural centre. The University of Lagos (), the National Library, the Lagos city libraries, and the National Museum (), with excellent historical examples of Nigerian arts and crafts, are all located in the city or its suburbs. Pop. () 9,,; ( est.) urban agglom.
University of Lagos Library -- University of Lagos. Type: Academic., Akoka Nigeria Yaba. Director: Adediji on: Akoka. Abeokuta is the state capital of Ogun State in southwest is situated on the east bank of the Ogun River, near a group of rocky outcrops in a wooded savanna; 77 kilometres (48 mi) north of Lagos by railway, or kilometres (81 mi) by water. As of , Abeokuta and the surrounding area had a population of ,Country: Nigeria.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: History of the University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria: University of Lagos Press, History – University of Lagos.
Founded inthe University of Lagos has, for over 5 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.
The University of Lagos, popularly known as UNILAG, is a public research university in Lagos, is one of five first generation universities in Nigeria and was founded in The university has three campuses in Lagos, including the main campus in Akoka, the School of Radiography at Yaba, and the College of Medicine at Idi Araba.
The University of Lagos enrolls o : Urban. Lagos, edited by A. Aderibigbe and T. Gbadamosi. These editors are outstanding Professors of History at the University of Lagos and major players in the making ofAuthor: Rasheed Otun Ismaila.
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Lagos Island, the seat of the Oba of Lagos, then consisted of a pepper farm which belonged to the Aromire family (One of Olofin's sons) and fishing posts.
No one lived there. The name Eko was given to it by its first king, Oba Ado, during its early history; it also saw periods of rule by the Kingdom of Benin.
A retired lawyer and former Pro-Chancellor of the University of Lagos, Justice Isiaka Oluwa, has presented a book titled, A Life in Motion: Reminiscences of a Jurist at Years. Lagos, which means “lakes”, was a name given to the settlement by the Portuguese.
The present-day Lagos state has a high percentage of Awori, who migrated to the area from Isheri along the Ogun river. Throughout history, it was home to a number of warring ethnic groups who had settled in the area.
Professor Uchenna Nkiruka Udeani of the Department of Science & Technology Education, Faculty of Education, will deliver the twelfth (12th) Inaugural Lecture in the / Academic Session of the University of Lagos on Wednesday, October 9, at p.m.
at the J. Ade. Ajayi Auditorium, UNILAG, Akoka. The Vice Chancellor, Professor Oluwatoyin T. Ogundipe. Lagos (/ ˈ l eɪ ɡ ɒ s,-ɡ oʊ s /; Yoruba: Èkó) is the largest city in the Nigerian state of the same name as well as in Nigeria and Sub-Saharan is one of the fastest growing cities in the world and one of the most populous urban areas.
Lagos is a major financial centre in Africa; the megacity has the fourth-highest GDP in Africa and houses one of the largest and busiest Country: Nigeria. This is a complete SIWES report carried out at UNILAG Library. LOCATION AND BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ESTABLISHMENT.
The library first started on the third floor of a former secondary school building which then temporarily housed the University at Idi-Araba while a plan for the building of the University’s permanent site at the north-east of Yaba adjoining the lagoon was accelerated.
This is a Wikipedia book, Lagos History Awori tribe History of Lagos Timeline of Lagos Lagos Colony Gilbert Thomas Carter University of Lagos Pan-Atlantic University Lagos State University Caleb University Transportation Transportation in Lagos Public Transport Lagos.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Papers presented at a conference on the History of Lagos State hosted by the Department of History, University of Lagos in April "--Page vii. JF Ade Ajayi obituary was a pioneer in the study of indigenous African history.
His book with Ian Espie, From to Jacob was also vice-chancellor of the University of Lagos Author: Lalage Bown. Education & Employment Aspirations of Nigerian University Students, Bulletin No.
Employment Aspirations and Prospects of Nigerian University Undergraduates & Graduates, Research Project No. 1 by University of Lagos, Human Resources Research Unit and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti was a Nigerian feminist who fought for suffrage and equal rights for her countrywomen long before the second wave of the women's movement in the United States.
She also joined the struggle for Nigerian independence as an activist in the anticolonial movement. "For Women and the Nation" is the story of this courageous woman, one of a handful of full-length biographies of.
Interesting History of Lagos [Nigeria] Definition of Lagos “1. The former capital and chief port of Nigeria, on the Bight of Benin: first settled in the sixteenth century; a slave market until the nineteenth century; ceded to Britain (); university ().
Population: 11, ( estimate) “2. A state in southwest Nigeria. Capital Author: Emily Stehr. Of these reference materials, I find “A History of University of Lagos, Lagos, ” that was edited by Profs A.
B. Aderibigbe and T. G.O ."Lagos". Encyclopedia of African History. Fitzroy Dearborn. ISBN Kristin Mann (). Slavery and the Birth of an African City: Lagos, Indiana University Press. ISBN s.