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Student Associations’ Dues must not exceed 2000 naira—-UISU SRC

Views: 65  The University of Ibadan Students’ Union legislative Arm-Students’ Representative Council has resolved that executives of the halls of residence, faculties and departmental students’ association must not charge their fellow students a due above N2000. This resolution which was made at the last sitting of the SRC was accompanied by other resolution that dinners and shirt should not be ...

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“STUDENTS ARE THE LIFEBLOOD OF A UNIVERSITY”—-OLAYINKA

Views: 54   The newly inaugurated 12th Vice-Chancellor of University of Ibadan, Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka, has stated boldly that his administration shall support students to achieve their personal goals. He made this known in the letter dated 30 November and sent “TO ALL STAKEHOLDERS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN PROJECT”. “Students are the lifeblood of a university,” he mentioned, ...

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UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT, UCJUI MOVE TO RESTORE ‘MORIBUND’ UNIVERSITY PRESS COUNCIL

Views: 61   The University Public Relations Officer, Mr Oladejo Olatunji has promised the Union of Campus Journalists’ University of Ibadan that the new Vice-Chancellor will inaugurate the University Press Council. He made this statement at a meeting held on Friday, 20 November in his office when UCJUI executives paid the director and other Principal Officers of the directorate of ...

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IN THE LAND OF INTELLECTUALS: THE LION AND THE JEWEL

Views: 57 EDITORIAL Indeed, the drama displayed by the Queen Idia hall and Nnamdi Azikiwe hall residents should be given no other title than being called a “Show of Shame in UI and the blank future of the Students’ Union” as shame has many definitions but going with the definition that “shame is something or someone that brings dishonour, unfortunate ...

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ALUTA VERSUS THE KONDO REGIME OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II HALL

Views: 69 EDITORIAL In the early hours of Thursday, September 17, 2015, Queen Elizabeth II Hall was in full activity. Some of the hall’s porters and supervisors raided the rooms at about 12am to 2am, banging the door with large kondo sticks, asking the room occupants to open the door or forcing their way in with an extra key if ...

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