Category - A Day With

REMI ARIBISALA

REMI ARIBISALA  
By Sunny Oribioye
FOR one who heads a scientific think-tank like the Raw Materials Re­search and Development Council (RMRDC), Dr. (Mrs.)...

OBA ADESANOYE

OBA ADESANOYE 
BY ROTIMI ADEBAYO
Tradition, for those who are its custodians, is always a huge burden of some sort. That is the exact feeling one gets in an...

IMOH ISEMIN

IMOH ISEMIN
BY TUNDE OLUSUNLE
IF you walked into the living room of the Akwa Ibom State Governor’s Lodge on Bishop Aboyade Street, Victoria island, Lagos...

VINCENT OKOYE

VINCENT OKOYE
BY TIESIMI EDEMA
THERE was so much whispering about his track record outside government cir­cles on the day he stood and swore before amiable...

AKANNI ALUKO

AKANNI ALUKO
By UTHMAN SHODIPE
Somewhere in the deep bowel of Loyola district in Ibadan, there is a huge publishing complex with the full flour­ish of...

ALISON AYIDA

ALISON AYIDA
By TUNDE THOMAS
THURSDAY March 4th, 1993. The setting was the sprawling premises of the DAILY TIMES,  Agidingbi, Ikeja. Not too far from the...

TOLU AJAYI

TOLU AJAYI
BY TUNDE THOMAS
The captivating architectural works that dot the landscape of Victoria Is­land and Ikoyi are lacking here. Yet this neighbourhood...

OLUSOLA DUBLIN-GREEN

OLUSOLA DUBLIN-GREEN 
By MOJI FASASI
IT is 8.30 a.m. Basking in the soothing tranquility of the academic envi­ronment, the reporter makes her way into the...

CYPRIAN EKWENSI

 
CYPRIAN EKWENSI
BY GERALD ADEWOLE
The traffic is chaotic, the population explosive. Business is bubbling. Touts, hawkers, beggars, rogues, con-men...

ABUBAKAR GIMBA

BY BUNMI ABORISADE
He is not in the realms of dissent. Controversial he is, but the author of Trail of Sacrifice epitomizes the determination of those not in...