In Pursuit of a Ph.D. Grade (2)

The much expected exams are upon us. There is now a good reason keep the electricity on while we race against the ticking clock. Thankfully, the prediction of poor electricity and water supply has not played out. In the past days, water has been more abundant in the Hall than most hallites have ever experienced. […]

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IFRA/WORDOC hosts Art Performance: “Hear Word! Naija Women Talk True”

  By Temitope Adegbuyi The Institut Francais de Recherche en Afrique (IFRA) Nigeria and the Women Research and Documentation Center (WORDOC), in collaboration with the Institute if African Studies hosted an art performance tagged “Hear Word! Naija Woman talk true” at Drapers Hall, Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan on Wednesday, July 12, 2017. […]

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Mummy, I am Pregnant

By Temade … Said 15 years old Mayowa to her mum. What would you do if your teenage daughter comes home to give you this news? How will you react? Many girls and parents are victims of this situation. What is the cause of this, and how can it be corrected? The rate of sexual […]

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The Economy of Thoughts

By Sage Wannabee Quotes can most accurately be defined by Teju Cole’s description of photography. “Photography is inescapably a memorial act. It selects, out of a flow of time, a moment to be preserved, with the moments before and after falling away like sheer cliffs.” I find wisdom in snips from other people’s shared thoughts, […]

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Entrepreneurship: An Elixir to Nigeria’s Social Vices

By Entrepreneur Farooq Gajo Nigeria is a country ravaged by social vices: unemployment, kidnapping, maiming, jungle justice, advance fee fraud, corruption, bad leadership, poorly oriented citizens, and disenfranchisement, amongst others. The problem of corruption is not peculiar to Nigeria, neither is it a characteristic of only third world countries, it is a human factor. Most […]

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By Rhema “We have to abort the pregnancy” she declared. Soji opened his mouth and found out that he could no longer close it. What did he just hear? ABORTION …..? “Haaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh” He almost shouted as his legs began to shake uncontrollably. What had he gotten himself into? How could she ever bring up  abortion? […]

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A Day Old Marriage

By Adewumi Ayanfeoluwa When a man meets a woman he wants to make the queen of his palace, he proposes to her. If she agrees, the courtship begins. For some, the courtship is overlooked and wedding preparations begin in earnest. While both have their merits and demerits, the demerits of the latter outweigh its merits. […]

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Amebo of AAH Politics (1)

By Khalidu Afolabi There is this saying about Nigerian politicians, “As aspirants, they are close-by, but as achievers, they are far away.” This is the reality of politician-voter relationship in our national, state and local polity. When Nigerian politicians aspire for political offices, they discuss tête-à-tête with the citizens, they always lower their cars’ side […]

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