Tag: National Open University

NOUN Waives Tuition Fees For Prisoners

The National Open University (NOUN) has waived tuition fee for inmates of prisons in Nigeria. The Vice-Chancellor of NOUN Professor Abdalla Uba Adamu said the decision to waive the tuition fees for the prisoners was the university’s quest to fulfil its corporate social responsibility as well as a shortage of[Read More…]

“We Lick Our Vomit On Sack of University Boards” – Buhari Apologises For Sacking VC’s GEJ Appointed

President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, apologised over last month’s sack of the Boards of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) and the 12 Federal universities that were established by the administration of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan. President Buhari, who spoke at the All Progressives Congress (APC) National Executive Committee (NEC)[Read More…]

At 77, Obasanjo Goes Back To School

Nigeria’s former President, Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo (rtd) will today resume classes as a graduate student at National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos as he aims at getting a higher degree in Christian Theology. You may recall that in 2009, OBJ as he is fondly called bagged a Post Graduate Diploma from the same[Read More…]

Alkasim Abdulkadir: NOUN, E-learning A Ladder Out Of Our Educational Abyss

A silent revolution is going on at the National Open University of Nigeria however it seems several Nigerians are yet to grasp the importance of the National Open University of Nigeria itself or fully understand the alternative role that such an important institution plays in Nigeria.Noteworthy is the fact that[Read More…]