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LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY; EMPOWERING THE GRASSROOTS

Views: 57 by Kúnle Sotibi. Without much ado, it’s widely accepted that the local government is the government of the people at the grassroots, a government that is closer to the people. The issue of the autonomous of the local governments in Nigeria should be a dream come true. The local government autonomy should be subscribed too, in order to ...

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‘FISAYO SOYOMBO ESSAY COMPETITION DEADLINE EXTENDED

Views: 54 The Union of Campus Journalists, University of Ibadan wishes to inform the general public most especially students of higher institution of learning in Nigeria that the entry submission deadline for the ‘Fisayo Soyombo Essay competition has been extended. The ‘Fisayo Soyombo Essay competition is aimed at discovering young talented Nigerian students who are gifted in the art of ...

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“A student leader should work with the management and not for the management” – Ojo Aderemi

Views: 63 The Suspension of the Students’ Union activities in the University of Ibadan by the University management had caused a lot of confusion among students. From lies to propaganda and a host of other things that had transpired within the last two months, a lot of questions have been left unanswered. With the team of Seyi Adedokun and Samuel Arowosafe, UCJUI sought to get some answers from a stakeholder; the suspended Students’ Union president, Ojo Aderemi. ………………………………………………………. UCJUI: What is your sincere view about the suspension of the union? What has it affected so far?   Ojo: The suspension of the Union is the most unfortunate thing that has happened to our higher institution of learning. It has led to the ...

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THE NOT-TOO-YOUNG-TO-FIGHT WARRIORS

Views: 54 By – Alao Abiodun Nigeria is seriously in need of a radical change; we need a vibrant and purposeful leader, who will look into the plight of the masses, who will upturn the squalor and deprivation our country has fallen into, who will completely overhaul the nation’s diminished infrastructure, who will resuscitate our economy, who will prioritise and ...

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