All posts by UCJ UI

  • GROPPING THE CHALLENGES OF OTHERS AND THE AWARENESS OF THE AUTHORITY

    By Seyi Adedokun The lockup of this building that brings students together in a manner has been a concern to many. Although, the ignorant ones...

  • HANDCUFFED FUMES

    By Ogwiji Ehi-Kowochio I I do not want to talk about how blunt dodo Threatens to slice flesh like grandma’s cutlass But I will talk...

  • DRY SEASON AND ITS FOLLOWERS

    By Otun Oluwadamilola There is time and season for everything; you probably would have heard that before. There was a time we were walking about...

  • THEY ARE HERE AGAIN

    Have you ever witnessed an unwanted visitor? They come with their burdens, make your house their abode, eat your food, cause problems, and leave ungrateful....

  • TAKE A SELFIE

    By Tejuoso Olamide (IN AN IBADAN VOICE) My lofely people, Happy new week o – I wish you the same. I trust your day has...

  • BEFORE RATS INVADE THIS UNION

    By Seyi Adedokun “Pollution is nothing but the resources we are not harvesting. We allow them to disperse because we have ignorant of their value”-...

  • RADICALISM AND THE DANGER OF KILLING IT

    Many words exist for the reason of their usefulness and the need for them to be in place. Just like how weapons are always at...

  • ANSWER TO GLOBAL QUESTION

    By Seyi Adedokun “From deep within, our spirits are calling for a new and greater wholeness, global healing and global opportunity- the voice is ours,...

  • LET US TALK ABOUT BROILERS’ PRODUCTION

    By Farmer Aiming, boasting and promising to become even more than a billionaire, is something quite ubiquitous, most especially among the young Nigerians of this...

  • PRESS RELEASE: IT IS EASIER FOR A CAMEL TO PASS THROUGH THE EYE OF A NEEDLE

    Sigma Club, a social and philanthropic students’ organization, which was established in mid-March 1950, is the oldest of such organizations in sub Saharan Africa. Many...

  • “TEDxUI WOMEN IS NOT JUST RESTRICTED TO WOMEN”- PASCHAL OFFORDUM

    The second semester never fails to live up to expectation as there are several events to paints its name. Talk of Jaw war, Convocation ceremonies...

  • THEY ARE HERE AGAIN

    Have you ever witnessed an unwanted visitor? They come with their burdens, make your house their abode, eat your food, cause problems, and leave ungrateful....

  • NOW OPEN: KOLA TUBOSUN PRIZE FOR CAMPUS JOURNALISTS

      The Union of Campus Journalists, University of Ibadan wishes to announce the commencement of the process for the award of Kola Tubosun Prize for...

  • WELCOME BACK: THE SEMESTER WITHOUT A UNION

    By Martins Isaac Two weeks into the new semester and obviously, every student of the University of Ibadan need not be told that something that...

  • EVEN DEATH WILL DIE

    by Ogwiji Ehi-Kowochio Tell them that this is not a poem It is words: broken words, exuding grief- Sobbing profusely as their tears roll down...

  • WELCOME TO A UNION-LESS SEMESTER

    The ASUU extended holidays are over and we are onto the thick of things in the various activities that will come with this semester. Hall...

  • IN DEFENSE OF THE UNION

    By Olorunnisola Kanyinsola Ever since the heartbreaking events of the last semester which led to the suspension of the Students Representative Council and the leadership...

  • RESTRUCTURE THAI MIND

    By: Farmer Some couple of months the ink remained covered Order from the above it must not utter “Dear not write but examine very tight,”...

  • SEEKING TRUE LABOURERS IN A FILTHY HAVEN

    By Seyi Adedokun To some,it is a ghostly apparition. To some, it is hope at old age or a lullaby-loving terrain. While to others, its...

  • LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTONOMY; EMPOWERING THE GRASSROOTS

    by Kúnle Sotibi. Without much ado, it’s widely accepted that the local government is the government of the people at the grassroots, a government that...

  • ‘FISAYO SOYOMBO ESSAY COMPETITION DEADLINE EXTENDED

    The Union of Campus Journalists, University of Ibadan wishes to inform the general public most especially students of higher institution of learning in Nigeria that...

  • “A student leader should work with the management and not for the management” – Ojo Aderemi

    The Suspension of the Students’ Union activities in the University of Ibadan by the University management had caused a lot of confusion among students. From lies to propaganda and a host of other things that had transpired within the last two months, a lot of questions have been left unanswered. With the team of Seyi Adedokun and Samuel Arowosafe, UCJUI sought to get some answers from a stakeholder; the suspended Students’ Union president, Ojo Aderemi. ………………………………………………………. UCJUI: What is your sincere view about the suspension of the...

  • THE NOT-TOO-YOUNG-TO-FIGHT WARRIORS

    By – Alao Abiodun Nigeria is seriously in need of a radical change; we need a vibrant and purposeful leader, who will look into the...

  • RESTRUCTURE EDUCATION TO RESTRUCTURE THE NATION

    By: Akínpѐlú Yūsuf That no nation accents the ladder of development by building a less educated population is the truth. That the growth of every...

  • CRISIS LOOMS: SSANU, NASU, NAAT UI VOTE IN SUPPORT OF INDUSTRIAL ACTION

    by Adegoke Oluwatobi Three non-academic staff unions of the University of Ibadan have today, the 28th of August, at a congress held at Niser park...