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RESTRUCTURE EDUCATION TO RESTRUCTURE THE NATION

Views: 85 By: Akínpѐlú Yūsuf That no nation accents the ladder of development by building a less educated population is the truth. That the growth of every nation is not a subject of her population figure or land area is a fact. In fact, scratch that. High numerical count and spatial superfluity amount to nothing if key institutions they house ...

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CRISIS LOOMS: SSANU, NASU, NAAT UI VOTE IN SUPPORT OF INDUSTRIAL ACTION

Views: 56 by Adegoke Oluwatobi Three non-academic staff unions of the University of Ibadan have today, the 28th of August, at a congress held at Niser park voted overwhelmingly in support of a proposed nationwide industrial action. This is coming at a time when the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) is still negotiating with the federal government on their ...

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THE RISING TREND OF BURGLARY AND OTHER CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES IN UI

Views: 97 by – Alao Abiodun It’s quite pathetic and worrisome to see and hear about alarming increase in theft cases and shop burglary by unknown robbers who are perpetrating nefarious activities causing sadness and pains for the individuals affected (shop owners and student) in the university community. The crux of the matter is that there is need for urgent ...

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