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Daily Archives: May 14, 2018

OUR HALLS OF RESIDENCE: THE SERIAL UNENDING TALE OF DECLINE IN QUALITY AND CONTINUOUS WAIT FOR TRUE GOVERNANCE

Views: 67 “A national affordable housing program would be an anti-poverty effort, human capital investment, community improvement plan, and public health initiative all rolled into one…. You can’t address poverty unless you address the lack of affordable housing in the cities” – Matthew Desmond In the self-acclaimed first and the best, “hostel accommodation is not compulsory; it is not a ...

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EDITORIAL: BREAKING THE DRUNKEN DEBAUCHERY OF EDUCATIONAL EXCUSES

Views: 50 Recently, University of Ibadan was ranked among the world emerging economies universities on Times Higher Education on May 9, 2018 ranking the 201-250 on the list of 378 universities in the world. Attentions of the masses were shifted to it as the vice chancellor shared it on his Facebook wall with some regretting while some appreciate the success ...

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JAJA: WHERE LIVES MATTER LESS

Views: 47 -BY: Oladipo Oluwakayode Human life is perhaps the most important on the list of precious things lost daily and though many of them are lost via the action of deranged fellows like terrorists and meth heads, perhaps the most appalling you would find are those to whom lives are or rather should be entrusted. The University of Ibadan ...

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