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AFAS ON THE MARCH: POLITICAL GOD-FATHERISM AT PLAY AGAIN?

Views: 71 Either mentally or socially, some sketches of ‘politic-vities’, it appears, usually squire every second semester of a normal academic calendar. For the political opportunists, the semester usually induces in their cognitive domain either a paradise of positive change for the electorate, or a hotel of enjoyment galore for themselves. Sadly, most of the times, the latter is usually ...

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This Adeoye Adejare Administration is too boring o jare!

Views: 46 By Tobi Idowu My goodness, haven’t we just had a semester taste of the Deoye’s (Dynamism 2016) tenure? Dynamism? Indeed! Politicians are the greatest abusers of words. They just rummage the dictionary, pick any ‘good-looking’ word – not considering the word’s dos and don’ts- and then begin to show off. Anyways… I’ve got no problems with their infidelity ...

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AFAS TO HOST NIGERIAN STUDENTS ARTS FESTIVAL

Views: 55 The Association of Faculty of Arts Students (AFAS), University of Ibadan Chapter is set to hold in October 2016 an epoch making event tagged Nigerian Students Arts Festival AKA Arts Ablaze. According to Adeoye Adejare, the president of the Association as well as the Chairman of the organising committee, “the 3-day event is designed to feature various forms ...

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EDITORIAL: IT STARTS FROM US

Views: 54 May it not be said that we, the students of University of Ibadan, are responsible for the hike in our school fees! The rot plaguing our university cannot be isolated from the retrogressive pace of growth militating against the Nigerian state – macrocosm of our microcosm. It is high time we began to fix some things in our ...

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AFAS SAGA: THE CRIPPLED TUSSLE

Views: 66 Funny how it takes but weeks to throw billions at mismanaged banks, but it’s taken years and no end in sight to agree on matters vital to the survival of the damn planet–— Tom A situational dilemma that is aimed at a targeted end will not produce its intended result if it is formulated to kill in order ...

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