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KUNLE ADEPEJU MEMORIAL: A NEEDED EXERCISE?

  YES, IT IS    A people without the knowledge of their history…are like a tree without roots – Marcus Garvey My Lords, it is the beginning of another beautiful installment in The Courtroom series. It is obvious that we would not have got this far without your inestimable support and grace, for that we thank you for granting us audience ...

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JAW WAR 2015: SO FAR SO GOOD?

CASE BACKGROUND: This year’s Jaw Wars contest has now reached the final stage. Tension is heightened, blood pressures are rising and the rate of interest has sky-rocketed. With preparations for the end going on, it becomes mandatory to assess it so far. It has had its ups and downs, many would agree. While some praise it, others have harshly criticised ...

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HAS THE STUDENT CULTURE OF ARO CAUSED MORE GOOD THAN HARM?

YES, NO DOUBT! Enjoy when you can, and endure when you must ~ Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Say, have you heard about the tragic tale of King Sisyphus? …No? Well not a problem, I’ll tell you all about it. Sisyphus was the King of Ephyra known to be very crafty and avaricious. He committed a lot of misdeeds including an ...

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