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Author Archives: Ibraheem Alawode

HYPOGLYCEMIA: FORCES FROM THE VILLAGE

After service on Sunday, I was feeling dizzy and had to lean on a wall for support to prevent me from falling, I was tired, not strength to move my legs. Chai! These people have gotten me, I thought, enemies from my papa’s village, my mother’s village is innocent because you should have an idea of what I mean. I ...

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CAN NPFL TEAMS CHALLENGE AT THE BIGGER STAGE?

The first leg of the two-legged CAF champions league final was played on Saturday, 28th of October, with two North African countries getting a representation apiece and that raises questions such as “what are Nigerian clubs doing? “, “where did it go wrong for the country’s club on the African stage?” , “can NPFL teams challenge on the big stage ...

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UCJUI@30: WHY IT IS WORTH CELEBRATING

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead After 30 years, she can look back and say yes! These set of people passed through me and they are impacting the world from their various sectors; yet the legacy is still on and strong. ...

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