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ASUU strike: Blessing or curse?

The national strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has once again disrupted the academic calendar. While students and their parents groan about the impropriety of the strike, ASUU leaders defend their decision to shut the classrooms until the Federal Government honours the 2009 Agreement. After a three-year …

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UNN join ASUU strike

The academic staff of the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN), have joined the ongoing nationwide strike embarked upon by theAcademic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Monday. Dr Ifeanyichukwu Abada, the Chairman of ASUU-UNN, made this disclosure at a news briefing on Wednesday in Nsukka, shortly after the unions congress …

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On Becoming A “Mrs”

By – Jamylah Yusuf Marriage is overhyped, yeah or yeah?. This is a phenomenon that cuts across all tribes and religion in our country. Dont get me wrong. Marriage can be the best thing that has ever happened in a person’s life. It can as well be the worst nightmare …

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A Walk To Greatness

By – Kayode Ipadeola “Sometimes the best hello to a new opportunity Is the goodbye you gave to a dead situation” The walk towards Greatness is a trek of endurance. Every day is not exciting, even when you are doing what you love. Working toward Greatness is a daily endeavor, …

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Sainthood

By – Richard Dappa Who is a saint? We confuse this word a lot of times these days, the true meaning has become far from us, we think a saint is that guy that has no stain in his garment, that guy who has never stolen meat from the pot …

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Laughter; The Elixir For Long Life!

By – Lois Peters I was surfing the internet sometime last year when i came across theLaughter Line, which is part of the growing industry in laughter therapy, in fact Britains latest and most alternative remedy for deadly situations. It was founded in 2004 by the UK Laughter Network made …

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Travelogue; When In Zaria

By – Suleiman Murkthar With tales and songs written in the appeal of its beau;, Zaria is one of the most ancient cities in Nigeria. Housed by the Citadel of Learning, it had in no way fallen short of the state motto that bears its existence. It has in its …

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Epe

By – Linda Ibeh It was a Dark night that glorious day. It was the annual masquerade festival and all the festive fever had set in. Everyone was in a flurry of activities as it was a one day celebration that would be celebrated like a one year celebration so …

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The Vainglories Of Life

By – Odey Emmanuel The mystery of life is wrapped up in the rowdy and raucous happenings of the day, and gradually slips away with the serenity, quietness and peace that accompanies the emptiness of the night. Somewhere in-between, nature finds time to bless the locals of the earth; pouring …

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Sexual Ignorance

By – Crystal Chinonye Few weeks ago I came across a video of a man wedding his wife in the church. It was a very beautiful scenario till I was thrown off when the man was asked to kiss the bride and sadly to my greatest disappointment, the lady couldnt …

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Weed Out And Feed

By – Pleasure Chizoba The basic knowledge of a weed from agriculture is an unwanted plant. Let’s face it. We’ve all encountered individuals who negatively influenced us. Those people who drain us of energy, demand more than they can provide, pull us down instead of pushing us forward and can …

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No More Flabbiness

By – Joyce Paulsen I like to reference my love for fitness in my articles and its simply because I have learnt a lot of life lessons from it. One of my discoveries is that the more you engage your muscles in bodily exercise, you develop toned muscles and your …

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A Good Fight

By – Kayode Ipadeola Albert Einstein, the twentieth-century theoretical physicist, endured some setbacks. His parents were concerned that he was mentally challenged during his developmental years. When he applied for early admission into the Swiss Federal Polytechnic School, he failed everything except math and science sections of the test. So …

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