2nd Nigerian Doctor to qualify as a Neurological Surgeon in 1967 Quintessential Neurological Surgeon, Neurologist, Distinguished Academic, Medical Historian, and Biographer (July 18, 1935 – April 8, 2021) DAWN Commission commiserates with families, friends and associates of the second Nigerian doctor to qualify as a Neurological Surgeon, Emeritus Professor Adelola Adeloye who died on April 8, 2021 at the age of…

DAWN Commission facilitated an interactive session among the Commissioners and Special Advisers for Agriculture across the Southwest States on the issue of food security in the Region. The meeting afforded the policymakers the opportunity to brainstorm on the issue of food security in the Region. Present at the virtual session were Commissioners of Agriculture for Ekiti and Osun States, Mr.…

Nigeria was once revered and to an extent admired by many around the world. The country played an instrumental role in the ending of British Colonial rule in many African countries. It was the first sub-saharan African nation to have a television and a broadcasting service. The collapse of the South African Apartheid Regime was also as a result of…

...no country survives two civil wars …the crisis in the country is a sign of frustration and pent-up anger Southwest produces the highest GDP in the country. If Southwest fails, the whole country will fail The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission has warned against pushing Nigeria into precipice, saying no country survives two civil wars. Director-General of the…

New Ideas to Transform Cattle Business Coming DAWN backs Southwest Governors on open ban of open grazing, says regional reorganization of cattle business coming The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission on Monday threw its weight behind the decision of South West governors to ban open grazing in the region, disclosing that a reorganization of cattle-rearing business in the…