Coronavirus: latest updates form IUEA
In current years, there has been increasing focus on the question of how to balance work and life commitments in both academic and political debates. Working from home is one
Late Saturday night on the 21st of March, the Minister of Health Dr Jane Ruth Aceng, confirmed the first case of the coronavirus who is a 36-year-old male resident of
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp A Nigerian base schools search engine with multiple services has been launched in Kano State. Created by 35-year-old Jafar Mohammad Giginyu who was one of the beneficiaries of the Kano State student’s sponsorship scheme during Governor Kwankwaso’s regime. According to the
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on whatsapp https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9KgRIEohXo The International University of East Africa Eastern Motor Club Rally is the first of it’s kind.IUEA will be hosting the second rally of this season on the 7th of March in Jinja. Here is an opportunity to escape from the
IUEA Law Society is a Multi-racial Students’ Forum at IUEA Faculty of Law envisioning to bridge law students of diverse backgrounds, Faculty of Law staff, IUEA Administration and the Alumni network with a common interest in perspectives of Law, high intellectual Skills, business oriented career opportunities and entrepreneurial skills, contemporary
With the theme, ‘the interface of Politics and the Law’, a case study of the Age limit case begging the question –When do courts allow politics to subsume the law? IUEA launched a law society in a graceful event. As
IUEA being a very tough ground for a local artist to prove themselves, Pia Pound and Big Trill had this in mind, and they delivered, the new national anthem (Parte after Parte) got everyone up from their seats.
Back in our days, a senior four leaver meant clean water in the community, education to peers, positive change and economic development. Nowadays, we have more than a thousand graduates in the community full of unemployment, a population that who desist from thinking for positive change.