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CONVOCATION WEEK: THE TOILETS’ UNTOLD STORIES

Views: 63 By Ogwiji Ehi-kowochio ‘Hello’ ‘Hello o’ ‘Hello jare’ Jide was tilting his head in all possible directions. ‘Shey Airtel is not mad like this?’ He spewed his frustrations on his network provider and re-dialed the number. ‘I cannot come to this place and only swallow aroma just like that. Airtel, you better borrow sense!’ ‘Sam’ he tugged at ...

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INVESTIGATION: THE UNHEARD PAINS AND GROANS OF SPECIAL STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN (Part 3 of 3)

Views: 64 HALEEM  OLATUNJI GES: COURSES FOR ALL, PROVISIONS FOR SOME In the University of Ibadan, GSP is an acronym for General Studies Programme. It is a unit which handles general courses, which must be offered by all students based on certain course units. But while every student must take the general studies (GES) courses, the Journalist found that provisions ...

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HANDCUFFED FUMES

Views: 86 By Ogwiji Ehi-Kowochio I I do not want to talk about how blunt dodo Threatens to slice flesh like grandma’s cutlass But I will talk about how the unchained smoke of temper diffuses from the nostrils of hunger where its fire of flameless burns Son, a man must learn to handcuff the fumes Of his wrath, else his ...

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DRY SEASON AND ITS FOLLOWERS

Views: 45 By Otun Oluwadamilola There is time and season for everything; you probably would have heard that before. There was a time we were walking about with umbrella or shower cap in our bags (ladies will understand the struggle), this is another period, a period of dryness. The rains have come and gone and the harmattan is here again. ...

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