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THE TALE OF THE FRUSTRATED CLEANERS

-By: Sonnet With her Igbo worship songs playing, you find Mama Chinedu enthusiastically sweeping as she goes about her job, with a swift broom in hand, a dust pan held firmly in the other behind her back, a long brush waiting patiently by the end of the floor and other cleaning agents standing straight close to the toilets and bathrooms. ...

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THE RHYTHMS OF A MONDAY MORNING IN UI

-By: Olamide Tejuoso Contrary to calendrical prescriptions, Monday marks the beginning of a new week (expect when on break) for an average student. With a gush of seriousness and alertness, the usual bright morning sweeps in; dusting laziness off hesitant bodies, and spurring weak limbs into action as alarm clocks blare on and on, in reckoning to the consciousness of ...

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SEVEN REASONS ARMOURY OF WORDS WAS MEMORABLE

-By: Abdul Mujeeb Muhammad Jummah After many months of planning, re-planning, speech writing, sleepless nights, and finally the execution, the acronym ‘AOW’ kept every conscious person aware of a ‘MAD’ programme. For starters, AOW, short for Armoury of Words, is an annual public speaking event organized by Sultan Bello Hall Literary and Debating Society, A.K.A. Bello Marshals. It is a word ...

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CASE STUDY: QUEEN IDIA HALL

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL HALL WITH FROWNING OCCUPANTS The value of education depends on the time and worth placed on it. They came. They came with their forms in white paper and black prints. Their faces wore the fragile look of an aggrieved soul; dragging their knees toward about 1000 applicants at a valuable rate. They came with a high price ...

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CASE STUDY: ZIK HALL

-By: Toyinbo Olumide What has really changed so far in the Nnamdi Azikiwe Hall affair after the skyrocketing of the accommodation fee? On an editorial assignment, the Features Editor, a resident of the Hall took an observatory trip to the Hall to see and also hear about recent developments and lapses in the Hall of Residence in relation to the ...

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