COVID-19 and the ‘New Normal’: Implications for the Nigerian Real Estate Sector
Dr Olusegun Olanrele lectures at the Department of Real Estate, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Esther Thontteh is a lecture in the Department of Estate Management and manager of the Land Administration research cluster of the Centre for Housing and Sustainable Development, University of Lagos
The announcement of the dreaded coronavirus (Covid-19) on December 2 …
COVID-19 in Ado-Ekiti: Navigating gap between Government Efforts and Citizen Responses.
Dr Sesan Adeyemi is a lecturer in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, and a member of the Sustainable Cities and African Urbanization Dynamics and Pro-Poor Development research clusters at the University of Lagos
It is no longer news that COVID19 is a pandemic ravaging nations of the world since December 2019. Nigeria is not in any way immune to the threat …
How COVID-19 Pandemic is Increasing Educational Inequalities in Nigeria
Bukola Amao Taiwo is a Doctoral Researcher in the Department of Educational Management, University of Lagos, Nigeria
It was Friday, the Twentieth of March,2020 and the school bell rang in an unusual way. This time, it was neither for the daily assembly, nor the typical brunch break the children were accustomed to. Almost every pupil could decipher that something was wrong. & …
‘This is Geography’s Finest Hour’: Reflections on Mapping COVID-19 in Nigeria
Tolulope Osayomi, Olalekan John Taiwo and Adeniyi S. Gbadegesin,
Dr. Tolulope Osayomi is a Medical Geographer at the Department of Geography, University of Ibadan where he lectures and directs the COVID-19 Mapping Lab.
Dr. Olalekan John Taiwo is a Senior Lecturer and the Head, Department of Geography, University of Ibadan. His areas of interest include GIS/Remote Sensing and …
COVID 19 can be an opportunity for Urban Planning in Nigeria
Dr Taibat Lawanson is Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Co-Director of the Centre for Housing and Sustainable Development at the University of Lagos
Since Nigeria experienced her index case of Corona virus in February 2020, things have rapidly changed across the country. The global pandemic has exposed extensive vulnerabilities, especially in local public health and …
NAVIGATING THE NEW NORMAL: KANO CITY SPACE IN THE FACE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
KEMI HAMDAT OLUGBODI IS A DOCTORAL CANDIDATE AND LECTURER IN THE DEPARTMENT OF URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING, BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO & …
COVID 19 AND EDUCATIONAL SECTOR: A Blessing or otherwise!
Dr Adeyemi Oginni is a lecturer at the Department of Architecture at the University of Lagos and member of the ARUA Research cluster.
The emergence of the global pandemic, COVID 19 has transformed all societies, both stable and fragile. It is the numero uno crisis, succeeding climate change, ravaging the entire world presently. How is the world reshaping its economies, environment, and societies in the coming …
SCULPTURE BEYOND BOUNDARIES OF PANDEMIC
Fine Art Department, Yaba College of Technology
The present COVID-19 pandemic has literarily brought the whole world to a halt. This stagnation is generally viewed from its standpoint of economic social and political deterioration, but it can be said that it has been very progressive for the sculptors, because they have ample time for innovation, creativity, and virtual exhibition. …
COVID-19 AND THE MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (MSME): THE NEED FOR REGIONAL EASE OF LOCKDOWN-
Esther Thontteh is a lecturer in the Department of Estate Management at the University of Lagos and is the Cluster Manager for the ARUA Land Management and Administration cluster
The figures published by John Hopkins University on Sunday 10th May, 2020 show that 4,044,198 coronavirus cases have been detected worldwide, with 279,609 deaths and 1, …
COVID-19 and Housing adequacy in Nigeria
Adedotun Akinola is a PhD Candidate and Lecturer in the Department of Architecture at Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria
COVID-19 is still being understood and it is clear that most countries are ill equipped to handle the impacts of this deadly virus. Government and public health professionals have adopted effective strategies such as social distancing, hand washing, and lockdown to flatten the curve of the infectious disease …