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UI NEWS

Views: 37 TEDDER HALL AND FACULTY OF ARTS WINS THE INTER HALL DEBATE AND INTER FACULTY DEBATE RESPECTIVELY Teddar hall beat Sultan Bello Hall in the finals of the jaw war which took place at Trenchard hall, University of Ibadan after debating on a topic titled “Religion or Technology is the cause of the world’s crisis” While Faculty of arts ...

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MEET THE IVORY QUEEN

Views: 29 QIP had a chat with the newly crowned Miss Ui who is also the current Miss idia, below are excerpts from the chat. QIP: Can we meet you? MISS UI: My name is Onikote Yetunde Abosede. I am a 200Level Student of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts. I am an indigene of Ogun State, Shagamu Local Government but I ...

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I can’t stay

Views: 31 Suspicions, too heavy, Spur me into regret. Dreams no longer realizable, Kill my ambitions in heart                                                                                                                                   You see through me, Never had much time for me . I needed it. You knew it. You needed it. I knew it.   But where are the adhesives To join heads in reasoning ? Unity, Oneness, Tranquility ? I can’t ...

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WHO IS ABOVE THE LAW? QUEEN IDIA HALL IN PERSPECTIVE Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are -PLATO

Views: 32 Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are -PLATO   The existence of rules and regulations is the main reason societies thrive without chaos. Without laws, there is bound to be conflict among the bodies that exist in a society. However, law can only achieve its aims if the ...

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IDIA KITCHEN

Views: 41         Cat Fish Stew (Nupe Style) Nupe tribe can be found in Niger Kogi and Kwara states. They love to eat rice and guinea corn in different forms. Their city is in the heart of Nigeria below the river Niger and river Kaduna that is why fish especially cat fish is very common in Nupe ...

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