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THE CONFLUENCE: MAY 29 IN HISTORIES

Views: 46 -By: Toyinbo Olumide CONFLUENCE101- INTRODUCING THE HISTORIES: May 29 has its own great attachment to the history of Nigeria and the University of Ibadan’s history (UISU in this case). The clash of significant happenings on that day- May 29, in two different but subset arenas leads to what I call confluence in histories. However, when one led to ...

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ILSA UI TO BE INAUGURATED ON MAY 28TH

Views: 47 -By: Yemi Alesh The International Law Students Association (ILSA), UI Chapter, is set to be inaugurated on  Monday, May 28th at the Large Lecture Room, Faculty of Law. The association which had earlier been in existence became moribund after the graduation of its founding students. Meanwhile, efforts are being made by certain current students of the faculty to ...

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“MAD MAN DRIVING MAD COW”: PROFESSOR ADEJUMO DELIVERS HIS INAUGURAL LECTURE

Views: 45 -BY: Alegbeleye Okikiola Michael and Yemi Alesh ‘It is what we feed, we exhibit … The abundance of protein affects the neural activities’ These were the words of Professor David Olusoji Adejumo, at his inagural lecture at Trenchard hall on 24th, May, 2018. Professor David Olusoji Adejumo, a professor of nutritional physiology, Department of Animal Science, delivered his ...

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THE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AS AN ELIXIR TO A CORRUPT SOCIETY

Views: 53   The data of press freedom ranking of 2018 world press freedom index has encouraged journalists to take part in the hiding game from threat, assassination and other matters that deal with lives and property sabotage. Nigeria, being the giant of Africa is on the 119th position with Central African Republic, Afghanistan and Israel being above it on ...

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