THE END OF A WOMAN

Views: 30 By OLUWATOYIN ‘Betterdays’ Ibrahim Some days after her fifteenth birthday, on her way back from school, thirsty and hungry as usual. Elatedly, she thought of branching at her street sister’s apartment – few meters away from school – to see if she could get something befitting to meet her stomach’s need. She was taken aback by the simple ...

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[OPINION] LIVING A LIFE OF D.U.S.T

Views: 52 By AYENI Otito-Jesu J. As an individual who wants the best for himself or herself, certain core principles are essential and never subject to bargain to achieve our desirous life. These principles are aspects of living, what I like to call D.U.S.T. To speak of dust, not just the soil or earth’s crust is what is being referred ...

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PROFESSOR AKINKUGBE CHALLENGES UI TO PUBLISH BOOKS

Views: 70   By:  Adedokun Seyi In order to reduce the foreign medicine reliance, Emeritus Prof. Oladipo Olujimi Akinkugbe, a world renowned medical doctor and one of the oldest alumni of the University of Ibadan has challenged University of Ibadan to publish books, emphasizing that “local authors will greatly promote scholarship better than the foreign authors as problems in our ...

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[SATIRE]: THE DEPUTY… E02

Views: 67   By: Adedokun Seyi   Note: This story is not intended to dent anybody’s image or call for a head. Your discretion is highly important in this. If you find it real, fine, and if it’s unreal, the essence is just to alert the sand that something happened on it. Oraye’s phone rang for like five times, but ...

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THE ROD CALLED STRIKE: THE ONLY INSTRUMENT THE GOVERNMENT OBEYS

Views: 117 By Kunle Sotibi and Gloria Ojugbeli There was a father whose children complained bitterly of him being irresponsible. So, in a bid to register their disappointment, they refused to answer his call: they stop rendering services for him. They initiated a slogan “No Pay, No Work” so as to get their demand from him. And this they did ...

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