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he Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lagos held an Induction Ceremony for the 2015/2016 set of graduating students on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at the J. F. Ade Ajayi Auditorium, University of Lagos, Akoka Campus, Nigeria.

female Pharmacy graduate who showsoutstanding moral qualities during her course of study. Also present at the occasion were:Distinguished Professor C. I. Igwilo, Professor J. D. Olowokudejo, Professor Coker, members of staff of the Faculty, and representatives of Young Pharmacy Group.

The Faculty, which is domiciled in the Idi-Araba Campus of the University, inducted two hundred and thirty-three (233)graduates into the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN). The Vice-Chancellor, University of Lagos (UNILAG), Professor Rahamon A. Bello, FAEng, who was ably represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic & Research), Professor Oluwatoyin T. Ogundipe, appreciated the Chairman, Induction Ceremony, Pharm. Gbenga Olubowale, members of staff of the Department of Pharmacy, parents and guardians of the inductees and congratulated them on the success of the day. He commended the graduates for their hard-work and admonished them to have a goal for their future and map out plans to achieve their dreams.

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Present to administer the induction oath into the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) was the Registrar of the Council, Pharm. N. A. E. Mohammed. He also presented the PCN Prizes to the Best Graduating Student to Pharm. Adeluola Adeoluwa Ayodeji. The Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy, Prof. B. O. Silva in his remarks, encouraged the new pharmacists to embrace the concept of lifelong learning, which is a self-motivated and continuous pursuit of knowledge. He stated that acquisition of knowledge is a moral duty through which vast knowledge can be added to mankind. The Dean urged the newly inducted pharmacists to always observe the role of pharmacists as summarised into seven-star concept by the World Health Organisation and the International Pharmaceutical Federation as listed here under:·· Caregiver · Communicator · Decision-maker · Teacher · Lifelong learner · Leader and · ManagerThe former National Chairman of Association of Lady Pharmacists (ALPS), Pharm. (Chief) YetundeMorohundiya, then presented Bowl of Hygeia Award to Pharm. AmbekeYewande Patricia. The award, which is considered in the world as one of the most prestigious awards of the Pharmacy profession, is for a

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UK SHADOW MINISTER FOR WOMEN AND EQUALITIES VISITS UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS

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he Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rahamon A. Bello FAEng, represented by the Deputy-Vice Chancellor (Development Services), Prof. Folasade Ogunsola, received the United Kingdom Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, and Member of Parliament (MP), Hon. Sarah D. Champion in the Vice Chancellor's Conference Room on Friday, April 7, 2017. Professor Ayo Atsenuwa, Dean of the Faculty of Law, who accompanied the visiting Minister to the Management stated that the purpose of the Minister's visit was to enable her have an interactive session with students of the Faculty of Law on the subject of leadership. She said the visit was informed by the longstanding relationship with the British Council in the areas of collaborations, student sponsorships, staff exchange, and academic researches, etc. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DS) commended the Minister on her choice to visit the University of Lagos. She acknowledged that the University of Lagos has made it a matter of policy to engage women in leadership positions. She pointed out that the number of females in politics and leadership positions have soared considerably d e s p i t e t h e perception of the Nigerian populace a b o u t t h e i r participation in leadership roles. Professor Ogunsola emphasized that the visit of the Shadow

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Minister would further help to recreate awareness and instill confidence in the process of encouraging more female participation in leadership. She spoke on some collaboration that already existed between the University and some British institutions. In her response, Hon. Sarah Champion expressed delight at the achievements recorded by the University in the education sector despite the numerous challenges. She added that her visit was specifically to create a springboard for females and to give the needed orientation to those who have the zeal to compete for leadership roles in their chosen line of endeavors. Furthermore, she said her interaction was borne out of the need to push the female gender to achieve their purpose in leadership. Also on hand to receive the Minister were the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, (Management Services), Prof. Ben Oghojafor, Registrar and Secretary to Council, Dr. (Mrs) Taiwo Folashade Ipaye, University Librarian, Dr. Olukemi Fadehan, Director of Academic Planning, Prof. Wale Okunnuga, Director of Quality Assurance and Servicom, Prof. L. O. Chukwu.

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UNITED KINGDOM SHADOW MINISTER FOR WOMEN AND EQUALITIES INTERACTS WITH FEMALE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS

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he United Kingdom Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, and Member of Parliament, Hon. Sarah D. Champion on Friday, April 7, 2017 interfaced with female students of the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos. She was in the University as part of a tour of the country under the auspices of the British Council in its quest to encourage more female participation in leadership roles.

build them for future challenges. Earlier in her opening remarks, the Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Lagos, Professor Ayo Atsenuwa lauded the bilateral relationship between the University and the British Council. She stated that this partnership has helped to facilitate academic exchanges, sponsorships for staff and students. She thanked the visitor for stopping at the University to share her thoughtprovoking experience with the students.

The Minister's interaction with the students relived her early years in the Arts and Healthcare sectors before her political career began. She highlighted the problems of slim participation of females in leadership. She lamented that it took the United Kingdom several decades to produce the first female parliamentarian. While responding to questions, she acknowledged the fact that it is quite cumbersome to achieve results when females combine their work with domestic obligations. She opined that the level of participation of the female gender in leadership positions could bring succor to this gender group. She reemphasized the need for younger women to be fearless and bold and follow passionately their goals. In his vote of thanks, Professor Oyelowo Oyewo appreciated the visitor for using her experience to challenge younger females to see leadership as a call to serve. He said that the Faculty and the University share the dream of making more female leaders with interests to serve better and

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FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION HOLDS RECEPTION IN HONOUR OF PROF. BEN OGHOJAFOR

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he Faculty of Business Administration, University of Lagos on Wednesday April 12, 2017 hosted Professor Ben Oghojafor to a warm reception, days after being appointed the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Management Services) of the University of Lagos. Professor R.K Ojikutu, Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration described the achievement as a victory for the Faculty. He disclosed that the Faculty in its history had not produced any individual at the Management level of the Institution. He called on the members of staff to give their unalloyed support to the new Deputy Vice Chancellor (MS) for him to succeed. Professor Eddy Omolehinwa of the Department of Accounting, in turn, admonished all members of staff to co-exist peacefully for continued success within the Faculty. He expressed satisfaction with the achievements of Prof. Oghojafor, describing him as a shining light that has continued to prove his worth in all ramifications. Thereafter, Professor E.O Adegbite, was on hand to present a card to the new DVC, reflecting the wishes of the Faculty's members of staff. Prof. Ben Oghojafor thanked every member of staff for the kind gesture. He stated that hard work and being prayerful are key to his achievements, and wished everyone resounding success in their endeavours.

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UNILAG HOLDS 2ND ANNUAL LECTURE OF PASTOR E. A. ADEBOYE PROFESSORIAL CHAIR IN MATHEMATICS

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rofessor of Mathematics, Samuel Segun Okoya delivered the 2nd Annual Lecture of Pastor E. A. Adeboye Professorial Chair in Mathematics, entitled: Charting New Frontiers in Applicable Mathematics on Thursday, April 13, 2017, at the J. F. Ade-Ajayi Auditorium, University of Lagos, Nigeria.

Department of Mathematics, Prof. S. O. Ajala; National President, UNILAG Alumni Association, Dr. Sonny Olor'ogun Kuku; Vice-Chairman of the BoT, Pastor Idowu Iluyomade; Fulbright Scholar, Prof Amuye; Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, Obafemi Awolowo University, Prof. Yinka Adeyinka; many dignitaries and pastors of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG).

The Vice-Chancellor, University of Lagos (UNILAG), Professor Rahamon A. Bello, FAEng, who was ably represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academics & Research), Professor Oluwatoyin T. Ogundipe, in his welcome speech, commended Prof. Okoya for his meticulous works and for adopting easy-to-comprehend terms in explaining the complex mathematical terminologies for the benefit of the audience. The lecturer, Professor S. S. Okoya, discussed and illustrated various ways in which Applicable Mathematics can be used in bringing together of traditional and modern mathematical techniques. He particularly talked about one of his research work which centred on combustion. Prof. Okoya, who is an alumnus of ObafemiAwolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria, became the 1st occupier of Pastor E. A. Adeboye Endowed Professorial Chair in the Department of Mathematics, University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria from July 2013 till date. He expressed his profound gratitude to the Management, staff and students of UNILAG for accommodating him during his stay in the past 4 years. Also present at the Annual Lecture were; Dean, Faculty of Science, Prof. A. A. Adekunle; former ViceChancellor, UNILAG, Prof. OyeIbidapo-Obe; Chairman, Board of Trustees of Pastor E. A. Adeboye Endowed Professorial Chair in the Department of Mathematics, University of Lagos & former DVC (A&R), Prof. BabajideAlo; immediate past Dean, Faculty of Science, Prof. M. O. Ilori; Head,

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VICE-CHANCELLOR’’’S’ OFFICE SENDS FORTH MRS AMODU

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fter 35 years of meritorious service, Mrs O.O Amodu, on Friday, April 14, 2017, was hosted to a memorable send forth get-together by members of the Vice-Chancellor's Main Office. Led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rahamon Bello, FAEng, members took turns to share the exciting moments they had working with Mrs. Amodu. In a particular reference to her dedication and professionalism, the Vice-Chancellor identified the central role the Office of the Vice-Chancellor plays in whatever success any administration records. He wished her well in the new phase of life into which she was entering as a retiree of the University of Lagos. In her response, she was full of gratitude to members for their diligence, cooperation, and sense of duty. Thereafter, she was presented with a souvenir, on behalf of all members of staff

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COURTESY VISIT BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES, LAGOS STATE PROFESSORIAL CHAIR IN TAX AND FISCAL MATTERS TO HIS EXCELLENCY, THE GOVERNOR OF LAGOS STATE, MR. AKINWUNMI AMBODE

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Government taxes/levies in Nigeria for tax administrators and the general public, · organise annual lectures, · create a tax advocacy initiative, and · set up Tax clubs in primary and secondary schools among others.

he Board of Trustees (BoT), Lagos State Professorial Chair in Tax and Fiscal Matters led by its Chairman, Professor Eddy Omolehinwa, on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, paid a courtesy visit to the Governor of Lagos State, His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode at the Lagos House, Ikeja. The courtesy visit was to formally present Professor Abiodun Olaitan Sanni, Occupier of the Lagos State Professorial Chair in Tax and Fiscal Matters to his Excellency, the Governor of Lagos State.

In his speech, Governor Ambode commended the Chair Occupier, the Board of Trustees and the University of Lagos for being in the forefront of academic excellence. He stated that he has confidence in the choice of the Occupier and expressed hope that the Chair would look into the issue of multiple taxation & VAT among other related issues.

The Chairman of the Board, Professor Omolehinwa congratulated the Governor on the many achievements of his administration. He then made a formal presentation of the Occupier of the Lagos State Professorial Chair in Tax and Fiscal Matters, Professor Abiodun Olaitan Sanni to His Excellency. Thereafter, he thanked the Lagos State Government for the 50 million naira endowment of the Professorial Chair.

Present at the occasion were members of the Board of Trustees (UNILAG): Registrar and Secretary to the Council, Dr. (Mrs.) Taiwo Ipaye; the University Bursar, Dr. Lateef Odekunle; Chairman, BoT, Professor Eddy Omolehinwa; Dean, Faculty of Law, Professor Ayo Atsenuwa; HOD, Commercial Law & Industrial Law, Professor Joseph Abugu; Director, Office of Advancement, Mrs. Ibironke Salaam and Assistant Secretary BoT, Mrs. Olufadeke Akinleye; members of the Board of Trustees (Lagos State): Director, Agency for Mass Education, Mrs. Oluwakemi Kalesanwo; Director, Executive Secretary, Lagos State Scholarship Board, Mr. Stephen Oshinowo; Director, Higher Education Department, Mr. Bamide Senassa-Sutton and Solicitor General & Permanent Secretary, Lagos State Ministry of Justice, Mrs. Funlola Odunlami and members of the Lagos State Executive Council.

Professor Sanni in his response expressed gratitude to the State Government for approving his selection as the Occupier of the Chair for a period of 3 years. He disclosed that his agenda was going to be centred on Teaching, Research and Community Service. He will: · continue to lecture undergraduate and postgraduate students, · supervise 3 doctoral students, · engage in fiscal federalism issues, · proffer solutions to Tax/VAT related issues, · embark on the production of a book on Local

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PROFESSOR SAMUEL IYIOLA ONI DELIVERS THE 5 INAUGURAL LECTURE IN THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION Professor Samuel Iyiola Oni presented a comprehensive and elucidating Inaugural Lecture entitled: “A Spatio-Temporal Restructuring of Transportation Systems in Nigeria” on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at J. F. Ade Ajayi Auditorium. In his lecture, Professor Iyiola Oni explained that transportation is a key component of “geography of circulation” whose focus is on all spatial connections and interactions, including communication and transportation. This implies that the study of transportation extends over all forms of human geography and explores such diverse issues as diffusion of cultural dispositions and the limitations imposed by political boundaries.

associated recommendations. The models covered such areas as rural transportation, urban transportation, mass transit, land uses of transportation (including vehicular parking), inland waterway transportation, transportation safety, rail transportation, air transportation and Intelligent Transport Systems have been put to important practical applications by such agencies as the World Bank, Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and the

Professor Oni having observed that models established elsewhere are usually unsuitable for use in our environment, used very rigorously designed and validated instruments, conducted some fifty (50) technical surveys, and established analytical models appropriate to the local environment. The models have been utilized for investigations and

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UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM MEETS WITH UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS FOR COLLABORATIVE OPPORTUNITIES

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Deans of different faculties of the University and the Dean of School of Postgraduate Studies participated in the meeting to represent the specific area of interest of their respective faculties.

The proposed areas of collaborations are: § Exchange Scholar Programs § Split Site Ph.D programs & opportunities for use of laboratories, research centres and resources § Post-doctoral Fellowships for young Faculty members § Visiting Fellowship Programs for Senior Faculty members § Joint proposal submissions for grants/awards from Funding Agencies especially for cutting edge research § Sabbatical opportunities for senior academic staff § Participation in the summer school programs § Elective placements for undergraduatesExchange Scholar Programs

University of Birmingham representatives present were: Prof. Robin Mason, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International); Dr Neil Hotchin, Director of Graduate Studies; Dr. G. Neil Thomas, Director, Institute of Applied Health Research and John Ojeogwu, University of Birmingham Country Officer (Nigeria). Principal Officers of the University of Lagos and others were; Prof. O.T. Ogundipe, Deputy ViceChancellor (Academic & Research); Prof. F. T. Ogunsola, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Development Service); Prof. F. E. A. Lesi, Provost, College of Medicine; Prof. S. A. Okunuga, Director, Academic Planning; Prof L. O. Chukwu, Director, Quality Assurance&Servicom; Prof. Wellington Oyibo, Director, Research & Innovations; Prof. S. O. Akinboye, Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies and Deans of all the Faculties.

he Vice-Chancellor, University of Lagos, Professor Rahamon A. Bello FAEng, and the Management Team held an interactive session with officials of the University of Birmingham on collaborative opportunities between the two Institutions on Thursday, April 20, 2017.

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MANAGEMENT COMMISSIONED NEWLY CONSTRUCTED PUBLIC TOILET

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ising from its meeting on Monday, April 24, 2017, the Management proceeded to inspect and commission for use a newly constructed public toilet on the CITS axis. The project, which was handled by the Works and Physical Planning Department, has male and female compartments, with provisions also for physically challenged users. The Management also proceeded to the Library quadrangle where the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rahamon Bello, FAEng, unveiled The Scholar, a reconstructed statute created to replace the fiber-glass version, which was destroyed by rainstorm in 2016. Present on the Vice-Chancellor's entourage were the DVC (A&R), Prof. ToyinOgundipe; DVC (M/S), Prof. Ben Oghojafor; Provost, CMUL, Prof. AfolabiLesi; Registrar & Secretary to Council, Dr. (Mrs.) TaiwoIpaye; Librarian, Dr. (Mrs.) OlukemiFadehan, Director of Works, Engr (Dr.) Adeniran; Director of Academic Planning, Prof. S. Okunuga; and Director, Quality Assurance, Prof. L. O. Chukwu.

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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGISTS (NAAT) EXECUTIVE PAYS COURTESY VISIT TO THE VICE-CHANCELLOR

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he Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rahamon A. Bello, FAEng on Wednesday April 26, 2017 received Alhaji Sanni Suleiman, President of the National Association of Academic Technologists, NAAT and his entourage in his office.

described the University as a pace-setter in all affairs especially in the areas of human resource development. He thanked the Vice-Chancellor and the University for having a worthy ambassador like Dr. Lateef Jokomba, who represented the Institution very well as the immediate past president of the Association. He described him as a forthright and astute administrator whose leadership résumé is admired by all. Alhaji Suleiman added that he served as Secretary under him and stated that during his leadership of NAAT, the Association learnt a lot from his great attributes.

In his address, the Vice-Chancellor welcomed the Team to the University. He stated that the University had enjoyed tremendous support from the Association's leadership in the past. He commended the present leadership for their determination to ensure that the mission statement of the Association is sustained. He appreciated the efforts of the Association in dispute resolutions. Subsequently, he assured them that the University will continue to support them in the best possible way.

In conclusion, the Vice-Chancellor said that amongst other issues, the Management has implemented the 14-15 nomenclature, the Earned & Hazard allowance and the responsibility allowance which formed part of the 2009 Agreement with the Federal Government and that other matters would be looked into in due course.

Alhaji Suleiman, President of the National Association of Academic Technologists, thanked the University for its support. He

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Transition The University of Lagos announced the demise of some of its members of staff in the month of April. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Rahamon A. Bello FAEng, had since commiserated with the families of the deceased, on behalf of the Senate, Management, staff and students of the University of Lagos. NON-ACADEMIC

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