Opinion

UNILAG Crisis: The Devil Is In the Detail, By Banji Ojewale

It has been a game where clearly the hallowed ground of a university we looked up to for inspiration in orientation and management of society and its conflicts and contradictions is itself trapped in the same squalid, if not more, conditions. In the town, we are helplessly ensnared in dystopia,…
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Opinion

The Need to Restore UNILAG’s Suspended Students Union, By Segun O’Law

One of various social-psychological theories explaining the basis for aggressive responses is the frustration-aggression assumption, which justifies that people resort to aggressive behaviours when overtly frustrated. Frustration is usually occasioned by unattended needs which have caused psychological discomfort, displeasure, dissatisfaction and, of course, would lead to physical reactions. The human…
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