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THE ‘NIGHT’ PANDEMONIUM

Views: 40 Everywhere around the world, political offices are perceived as the seat for as much good as, as much evil. The more ambitious one is, the better, or perhaps the worse! The less ambitious one is, the worse, or perhaps the better! Around the world’s continents, aspiring to lead, be it on a small or large scale is a ...

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UCJ INDUCTION TRAINING WORKSHOP

Views: 47 The 28th Induction exercise for prospective members of the Union of Campus Journalists (UCJ) started on Wednesday 22nd October 2015 at the Tedder Hall Senior Common Room. The Induction exercise tagged “The Importance of Journalism; Campus Journalism as a Starting Point’’ was meant to acquaint and equip intended members with the basics of campus journalism. Veteran journalists were ...

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MELLANBY PROTESTS

Views: 49 At about 6:00am on Thursday 22nd October 2015, residents of D block in the premier hall, Kenneth Mellanby, protested due to the epileptic power supply in the block. Following the protest, the residents of the block matched to the maintenance department to lodge their complaints. Later in the morning, residents of the hostel stopped the food vendors in ...

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WESTERN RELIGION; A FAILURE?

Views: 61 Many scholars believed that western religion especially, Christianity and Islam which were brought about by colonialism and modernization have failed to adjudicate or uphold justice in most African countries such as Nigeria where the Bible and Quran are usually used to swear the oath of allegiance to the state by its officers. The Anyiam Osigwe Anyiam Foundation held ...

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GES WAHALA

Views: 84 My country people e don happen again o. Ona go ask me say na where e happen. Na for Faculty of Law LLT and Faculty of Science FLT na im d matter shelle. The matter na on top GES104(Science and Mankind) test wey join them together . All the students don read them GES test book like person ...

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