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Waiting for a Third Force (1), By Dele Agekameh

In recent times, the Nigerian polity has witnessed a subtle but clearly discernible jostle for political power with the most strident and baleful politicking in the nation’s history. Power, to the ambitious, is like an aphrodisiac. It creates the enabling self-satisfying platform for the realisation of other pursuits and wants…
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FUTA: The Trouble This Time, By Dele Agekameh

Without actually sounding immodest, at this time of biting economic crisis in the country, the various communities in FUTA should learn to live together in harmony and preserve the infrastructural facilities on campus…. For some weeks now, the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) has been embroiled in a crisis…
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Engr. (Rev) Etteh: Tracing the Trajectory (2), By Dele Agekameh

Engr. (Rev) Etteh puts emphasis on the prime issues of due diligence, accountability, abhorrence for use of sub-standard, fake or inappropriate tools and materials, punctuality, dedication to assigned duties and set goals; hunger for the acquisition of experience and knowledge of new processes, tools and equipment and the maintenance of…
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Engr. Etteh: Tracing the Trajectory (1), By Dele Agekameh

A comprehensive chronicle of the life trajectory of Engr. (Rev.) Ette Ikpong Ikpong Etteh rolls out like a command performance premised on a divine script being acted out by a consummate thespian before a thrilled audience. The script showcases the kind deeds, unequalled philanthropy and positive humanity exhibited by one…
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