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THE YOUNG RUNNERS AND THE LOOMING PROBLEM FOR NIGERIA POLITICS: (SERIES ONE WITH LORD TEDDER HALL AND SOCIOLOGY DEPARTMENT)

Views: 130 MARTINS ISAAC [MI SPY] The story is long already, so the less need for a wordy exordium. The ‘Not Too Young To Run’ Bill seem one of the most celebrated landmarks of the Buhari led administration, not especially when there is really little cause for a twinkle smile. However, one of the still-valid arguments for campus politics is ...

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AMIDST THE EPILEPTIC SUPPLY OF POWER ON CAMPUS; UNIBADAN BENEFITS FROM THE NIGERIA-GERMAN ENERGY PARTNERSHIP PROJECT – TO GET 10 MEGAWATTS SOLAR ENERGY

Views: 134 “We thank the Federal Government of Nigeria for coming to our aid with this solar plant. It is our intention to use this facility as a laboratory for our students and staff in order to enhance their capacities.” – Professor Abel Idowu, Olayinka; Vice Chancellor, University of Ibadan This is no fictitious claim, nor a well concocted one. ...

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AGAINST UI @ 70: ALIEN ONLY TO ALIENS; OUR ‘INALIENABLES’ ALIENATED FROM US

Views: 44 -MI SPY If people are informed they will do the right thing. It’s when they are not informed that they become hostages to prejudice. – Charlayne Hunter-Gault The Kenneth Dike Library, central library of Unibadan has been observing a worthy recess (save for Post Graduate students) having survived a month invasion by the undergraduates in August. The Cinemas, ...

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CASE STUDY: TEDDER HALL

Views: 29 By: Oladipo Kayode A. Since the historical increase in the accommodation fees from an initial fourteen thousand naira per session to thirty thousand naira per session, things in the Hall of Fame; Tedder Hall have been pretty much the same – nothing particularly significant has improved over the years, at least not on independent account of the school ...

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