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Fg, Asuu To Resume Negotiation After Eid-el-kabir

Minister of Labour and Employment Chris Ngige says negotiation between the Federal Government and Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) will resume after Eid-el-Kabir. In a statement issued by Mr Samuel Olowookere, Deputy Director (Press) in the ministry, Ngige said the meeting would hold shortly after the holidays as requested …

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The danger of JAMBs cut-off mark

It is no longer news to that the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has set a new record with its recent policy. An all-time low cut-off mark of 120 was benchmarked for universities, 100 for polytechnics and colleges of education. Barely a decade ago, the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination …

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The Purpose Within

By – Kayode Ipadeola Your actions have the power to alter the future of the entire world. Do I have a purpose? Why was I even created? What’s my calling? What am I supposed to do? Have you ever asked yourself any of these questions – I bet you have. …

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Fall In Love With You!

By – Lois Peters Issues with subjects like “my boyfriend won’t do this or that”, “my husband doesn’t care about me” and similar stories get to my desk maybe because of the kind of job I do, but one annoying thing about such complaint is the fact that they are …

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Black Sunday; A Model For World Peace

By – Martins Akodo Martin Luther King Jr. once said “peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be kept by force…”. Growing up in the oil-rich city of Port Harcourt in Southern Nigeria played a vital role in my life as I witnessed different events that have added …

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Parenting: Tips For Parents

By – Pleasure Chizoba The journey to parenthood is one that comes with absolute responsibility. I say this with all certainty that being a parent is fun. OMG! Someone would say, Pleasure are you serious? Yeah! All thanks to my experiences. I’ve observed and understood the relationship between kids and …

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PFA; To Fake It Or Not To?

By – Jamylah Yusuf I was talking with my sister on which is easier between adapting to a rich lifestyle or adjusting to a poor lifestyle. She thinks its easier to adjust to a richer lifestyle than what one is used to, than it is to adapt to a poorer …

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Dudes Can We Talk?

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh Last night, as I was on the verge of falling asleep; flitting through that space between consciousness and nothingness, one thought kept nagging at the back of my mind so strong that it was pulling me back from the brink of nothingness. I had just …

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The Best You Can Be

By – Crystal Chinonye Its actually a tough ride trying to figure out the best you can be. It is not always a smooth ride especially in a world where people survive doing different things yet you are yet to survive on the little one you are trying to do. …

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Team Work

B y – Joyce Paulsen Lessons gleaned from football match I am not a football fan at all but I was opportune to witness the football match between Manchester United and Leicester city which took place on 26th August, 2017 and it was a good experience. I was initially enamored …

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Mens Prostate Health

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh I have to admit, the first time I heard about prostate all I could think of was prostate cancer so I got really worried, initially I didnt have the courage to ask questions until I had done some research online about what it was all …

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Of Glory & Worth

By – Suleiman Murkthar He stands at the shores of the ocean, a boy of nineteen or twenty, or more. He stared incredulously at the far ends of the water, wondering, hoping and wishing. He wishes for a lot of things, a lot of things the young boys his age …

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The Beauty Of My Culture

By – Richard Dappa Its always different from all other mornings on this side, some say its cooler than other mornings. We are all expectant on this day, so all that is done that morning, is done in a haste so that we will not be caught off guard. Our …

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Unity; A Priceless Jewel

By – Odey Emmanuel There is a binding thread that holds us together. one that was sewn in the dawn of our existence and cemented in the continuity of our togetherness. One that explains why we are so interwoven in the midst of our conspicuous differences. A thread so fragile, …

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