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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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What Is The Way Forward?

By – Lois Peters The saying goes, when two elephants fights, the grass suffers most. The grass, in this case is the students who bear the brunt of the disagreement between the first elephant – The Nigerian Government and the second – The body ASUU When the news of the …

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Asuu Strike

ASUU Strike; A Curse

By – Kayode Ipadeola “When two elephants fight, it is the grass that bears the pain” A friend of mine once said; “Academically, I learn to encourage myself and find only a ‘little time’ to read amidst all odds.” Whenever the Academic Staff Union of University (ASUU) engage in a …

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Habits

Do Your Habits Reinforce Your Goal?

By – Uchechi Iroakazi Goals direct your future. Your habits decide it. unknown Everyone has habits. There are certain things we do daily. For instance; Wake up, pray, carry out chores, brush your teeth, take a shower. The list is endless. Usually, habits varies from one person to another. Habits …

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Asuu Strike

Here We Go Again

By – Pleasure Chizoba Here we go again. The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government are back on the battlefield. The National President of ASUU, Dr Biodun Ogunyemi, announced that the Union has embarked on an indefinite nation-wide industrial action following the failure of the Federal …

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What 6 Months Taught Me

By – Jamylah Yusuf Every student of a Nigerian university knows the acronym ASUU as much as he knows the names of his prerequisite courses. Someone once made a joke saying asuu strike is a festival exclusively celebrated by Nigerian universities. Asuu is an acronym that stands for Academic staff …

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Asuu Strike

Na Their Fault?

By – Suleiman Murkthar The sun was quite quaint on Sunday, it seemed to always be so in Zaria, the way it stood majestically on the lingering edges of the skies towards the Kaduna road, or is it Katsina, or Kano, whatever, who cares, the sun shine sha, na wetin …

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ASUU

Asuu Strike, Just What We Need

By – Crystal Chinonye Before my entry into the university, ASUU strike was the union students dreaded. At the mention of ASUU strike, students will just shrink, especially the final year students. I never really understood the reason because I was still in secondary school. Prior to my admission into …

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A Clog In Our Wheel Of Progress

By – Odey Emmanuel There is a standing truth about events like this, one that speaks only of truth. Truth that can be akin to the wetness of the earth when it rains or the sour face of a man who has just lost his wife to the cruel hands …

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The Blessing Of Asuu Strike

By – Joyce Paulsen You know the popular question trend A graduate that did not experience ASUU strike, is that one a graduate? Yea, the title of this article sounds paradoxical but its true. I know nobody wants to spend an extra day especially in our Nigerian University. We all, …

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