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Death as Employment Strategy in Nigeria, By Adeshina Afolayan

Nigeria is a wonderful country, no doubt. And I am not concerned about its abundant mineral resources or climatic condition. Of course, in that regard, we are spared the horrors of rampaging anthropomorphised disasters: Hurricane Katrina, Cyclone Andrew, Whirlwind Marino, Tornado Alley, Blizzard Brutus, Snowstorm Anaconda, and so on. Quaint,…
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Bowen University crisis, spotlight on Nigerian private varsities, By Abiola Solanke

"Students are sent to the tertiary institution to not only acquire knowledge, but to learn self-reliance, human relations and independent existence". The incident at Bowen University, Iwo on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 is an event that will continue to linger in the minds of staff, students, parents and friends of…
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Seeking Intervention Funds to Seal Lamido Sanusi’s Lips , By Pius Adesanmi

Led by Nasir El Rufai, Lamido Sanusi’s throng of friends, admirers, and supporters don’t seem to like him very much. There are some bitter in-house truths they are obviously not telling him and it is starting to show in his extremely poor post-suspension public engagement strategy. This explains why they…
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