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OGITECH Masscom students’ Social Director impeached over misappropriation

The Ogun State Institute of Technology (OGITECH), Igbesa, Association of Mass Communication Students, AMACOS Representative  Council (ARC)  has impeached the Social Director 1 of the association, Joseph Oyinbo owing to the misappropriation of a sum of One Hundred and Ninety-Five Thousand Naira N195,000 traced to him. This decision was made on Tuesday at the department […]
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AAUA orientates 4,800 fresh students

The Dean of Students Affairs, Ondo State University, Dr Olusegun Owolewa has urged the newly admitted students of the university to be good ambassadors of the university, just as the university completed the admission process for the 2018/2019 Academic session. Owolewa while delivering his speech at the Orientation program organised for the new students, which […]
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AE-FUNAI inducts 3,263 students at 7th matriculation ceremony

ALEX Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ebonyi State, officially welcomed 3,263 new students into the institution at the 7th matriculation ceremony held on Wednesday, March 13. The event which wore a carnival-like air had in attendance hundreds of parents, guardians and other guests who all converged at the university’s main campus to felicitate with the matriculating […]
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Mapoly-Ogunpoly: Guber poll may determine schools’ fate

Asides the intense anticipation on who would successfully win the 2019 gubernatorial election in Ogun State, apart from the political tussles, it appears that the fate of two state institutions lies in the possible outcome of the election. There are speculations that the governor-elect might bring stability to conflicting survival of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Ogun […]
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The constitutionality of President Buhari’s declaration

There has been much criticism, comments and tensions since the declaration of the President, warning ballot box snatchers with a threat to life. I have decided to look at this from a constitutional point of view because the constitution remains the supreme law of the land and as such, all other laws including the electoral law […]
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Plight of a Nigerian campus journalist

Campus Journalism is neither a sin against God nor a crime against the state. It is simply a duty the law imposes on those charged with the sacred mandate of keeping leaders and administrators on […]
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UNILORIN holds oratory contest for fresh students

Arsenal FC’s Wenger says when you go to places like Stoke you need to suffer, stick together

The Students’ Union of the University of Ilorin had in conjunction with the Union of Campus Journalists (UCJ) Unilorin, concluded its 6th edition of the fresher’s oratory contest. The 2018 Fresher’s Oratory Contest (FOC), which […]
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Of power mongers legislative arm

Nigeria practices two-chambers legislative system, which resulted in having the house of Senate and the house of representatives. The duo is saddled with the responsibility of enacting laws for peace and welfare of the country. […]
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