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RUSSIA 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP

This wild ride on a roller coaster called the World Cup continued with lots of shocks and surprises. From a disappointing campaign by the African teams, with further disappointments when the yellow card rule came haunting Senegal who arguably had the best performance by an African side, to the knocking out of the World Cup holders, Germany and many more. ...

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INTER-HALL COMPETITIONS

FOOTBALL The inter-hall sports biannual event which got underway on the 25th of June continued with lots of talking points. In the football section, holders Sultan Bello Hall who played in the opening match against their neighbours, Kuti Hall, got off to a winning start as they defeated Kuti 2-0 in a much competitive encounter. The next match of the ...

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“RE-ENGINEER THE NIGERIA WE WANT TO SEE”- COM. AREMU

-By: Theophilus Femi Alawonde Com. Oluwakemi Ademola Aremu, at the awareness organized by Abdusalam Abubakar Hall Press, urged participants to re-engineer the Nigeria everyone wants to see, by being part, and also drawing others to be part of the Giving Back Tribe in the cyberspace. The tribe, as explained by the activist of more than 30 years, is one which ...

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“THE UNIVERSITY SHOULD CREATE A CENTRE FOR DRUG DISCOVERY, DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION”- PROF. FAKEYE

-By: Theophilus Femi Alawonde Prof. Titilayo .O. Fakeye, of the Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Administration, Faculty of Pharmacy, on Thursday, June 28, 2018, delivered an inaugural lecture on the topic: “THE DRUG, THE WHOLE DRUG, AND NOTHING BUT THE DRUG”. The lecture was centred on patients and what they do with their medications: the disbelief they have in ...

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FROM THE OTHER SIDE OF REALNESS?

By Toyinbo Olumide Tick! Tock! Tick! Tock! My alarm rang at 6:30am on the dot on that faithful Monday. I slept so late that night, something like twenty minutes after 2:00am, UItes and jacking shaa! I yawned and thought simultaneously “Ooh! It is another day of ups and downs”. I stood up from my student-sized bed carefully laid on a ...

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