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THE BEGGAR

Views: 36 From a rickety minivan I alighted For his trouble, eighty naira I rendered. With a great deal I sped, for just a chance in Another left with a fixed course for Alakia. My brow mirrored weariness The day indeed a great deal of ordeals emitted.     A creature shot forward, quicker than quick Out was stretched a ...

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Cleaning Rush

Views: 42 You’ll be quite surprised to know what girls will live with and the extent they will go to make an impression. Until I started living in the hostel, I did not know this and I am sure many others who did not live in a boarding school would not know. They would be surprised even as I was, ...

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WHY ARE WE HERE?

Views: 42 This is a question every student needs to reflect on. Why striving for 7points? Why striving for a first class? Why striving for a degree?… A random interview of various students of this prestigious university has shown that many students do not know why they have come to the university. Many do not even have the intention of ...

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

Views: 40 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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ROOM 32: STILL A LECTURE ROOM OR A PROPOSED MUSEUM?

Views: 43 It is appalling, ridiculous, if not scandalous, for buildings to be renovated, not constructed or re-constructed, for more than two solid years, if the cash and the man-power are readily available. The Faculty of Arts has spent more than thirty months in the name of ‘renovating’, not ‘constructing’ a small lecture theatre. Even if the gadgets intended to ...

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