PLEASE DON’T LEAVE US, OH YE SANITY!

Views: 127 By- Kunle Sotibi Cicero It is an achievement when the good gets better but an heartbreak when the good gets worse. A white cloth looks finer without stain but it’s beauty depreciates the moment it’s stained and not cleaned. In a society full of immoral deeds where the level of sanity keeps dropping day by day. The higher ...

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THE GRIEVANCES OF NUESA OVER HER QUICK-WITTED POLITICAL ASPIRANTS

Views: 211 By- Raji Olatunji NUESA is a poor lady who is being directed politically by those who see her as their desire which they admire and always want to acquire. Over the years, on a yearly basis, she has always been directed by different sets of those who happened to be students of the Faculty of Education, University of ...

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UCJ UI ELEVATES FOUR CAMPUS JOURNALISTS TO THE VENERABLE POSITION OF VETERAN JOURNALISTS

Views: 212 By: Yemi Alesh The 2017/2018 administration of the Union of Campus Journalists, University of Ibadan, which is the 31st administration of the Union has initiated the Veteran Journalist Award. The award was initiated to recognize the contributions of outstanding campus journalists who have distinguished themselves over the years of their stay on campus, with their works. In a ...

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ISI HIJAB CRISIS: THE ORIGIN AND THE OUTCOME OF THE PTA MEETING

Views: 1,089 By: Yusuf Akinpelu, Babatunde Aisha, Abimbola Mobolaji In a tense meeting that involved parents, teachers and the management of the International School, Ibadan, parents of the school have met to discuss the hijab issue that has led to students staying at home since Monday. The meeting held Tuesday at the International School, Ibadan, cafeteria and began by 12noon. ...

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