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ON THE INCREMENT: IT IS BETTER LATE THAN NEVER

Views: 64 – Anonymous If there is one thing that can be regarded as a cause and effect happening among various Nigerian Universities, it is that every proposed increment or actual increment in tuition fees is usually accompanied by objections and protests from the students and concerned masses. However, this is most times hardly resolved amicably as one will eventually ...

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UI: MEDICAL STUDENTS PROTEST AGAINST PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FEE

Views: 69 -By Yemi Alesh Students at the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, have formed a resistance union against the imposition of an astonishingly exorbitant ‘professional training fee’,  following the publication of the University’s fees schedules on Tuesday,  April 3rd. In an interview conducted with Mr.  Adeyemo Qasim, the Editor-in-chief  of Alexander Brown Hall,  UCJUI gathered that Alexander Brown ...

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UNTITLED

Views: 65 [April 06, 2018] – MI SPY   “Today I did my share in building the nation. I drove a Permanent Secretary to an important, urgent function In fact, to a luncheon at the Vic.” _____________________________________ When the fiery tiger calls a meeting chaired by the Lion himself; of representatives of all clans of lower specie, the elephant, leopard, ...

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EDUCATION: A RIGHT FOR ALL THAT IS NOT RIGHT

Views: 58 -By Adekunle A. Akintola Pass me a glass from the soothing spring of knowledge, water, that makes the heart hale. My imagination travelled me unto the 20th century where telltale facts of conducive livelihood of tertiary institutions’ students in this country were evident. I would dearly, watch with keen liveliness and enthusiasms, how the elders will give accounts ...

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