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THE WORKING STUDENTS’ PLIGHT IN UI

Views: 45 -By: Sonnet The Working Students – they have to earn money, they have to study and pass well; often cornered in a dilemma. For many working full-time students in University of Ibadan after the Nigerian economy was thrown into a tailspin, the academic calendar has become pretty challenging especially when you have to juggle 7am to 7.p.m classes ...

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THE TWO SIDES TO A BRIDGE

Views: 26 –Ibikunle Toluwani Elijah When two individuals (male and female) fall in love, there is always this spark between them and this seems to be the connection they both have. If this relationship eventually leads to a long-term one, real work has to be done. Deliberate efforts has to be taken by both parties involved to keep the love ...

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DEAR MANAGEMENT, THESE ISSUES REQUIRE URGENT ATTENTION

Views: 70 By: Yusuff, Uthman Adekola   THE MELLANBY HALL ROAD BLEMISH I was in a cab going from the school’s main gate to the Students Union Building (SUB) when a discussion ensued between the driver of the cab and a woman occupying the seat beside the driver’s.  They were talking about the wide pothole that has for a while ...

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THE HOPE OF NIGERIAN YOUTHS SHOULD NOT BE IN GOVERNMENT

Views: 27 By Oluwadamilare Jesuferanmi   “Thinking big and starting small” should be the ideology behind every Nigerian youth. Though not discarding the government in its existence neither the “not too young to rule bill”, the youths need to demand accountability; thus graduates out there won’t rely solely on non-existent jobs, that is, thinking how to exist without government.   ...

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THERE MIGHT BE NO SKELETON IN THAT CUPBOARD!

Views: 30 By ToyinboOlumide “There are weapons that are simply thoughts. For the record, suspicion can kill and prejudice can destroy…” –Rod Serling Apart from some obvious issues that kill relationships, suspicion also kills relationships- whether interpersonal or communal. Just like water kills fire, it has the ability to kill a blossoming relationship. Suspicion can be something that is perceived ...

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