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Day: March 15, 2022

NANS alerts Timi of Ede, CP as cult members kill polytechnic student in Osun

The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) Southwest has reacted to the killing of Hassan Adedeji, a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede, Osun State by suspected cult members. Adedeji was a higher diploma graduate awaiting mobilization for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). ASUU Strike: Why Nigerian students should acquire skills Road …

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ASUU Strike: Why Nigerian students should acquire skills

The lingering impasse between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the federal government is indeed a nightmare for students’ future and the nation’s education sector. Undoubtedly, it is affecting the student’s future, especially those from the less-privileged background. Road construction project in Ningi/Warji constituency How Nigerians can thrive with diversity and inclusivity Although …

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Road construction project in Ningi/Warji constituency

One good thing I’d have extolled if not being caught up by some other academic schedules is the roads construction project initiated and accomplished by Honourable Abdullahi Sa’ad Abdulkadir (Baba Iyali) into his constituency Ningi/Warji. The humane leader has been excelling in various ways as far as leadership is concerned. Besides road projects, he’s been …

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How Nigerians can thrive with diversity and inclusivity

Goal 16 of the United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which is Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions is targeted at making people living with a form of disability to be respected. Diversity is the mix of everyone, including people living with a form of disability. Inclusivity is the ability to respect the opinions of and …

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Varsity Students Offer To Help Almajiri School

A student non-governmental organization, Nigerian Tulip International College, Yobe Ex-students Association, ABU Zaria chapter have reached out to Almajiri School in Tudun Wada Zaria, Kaduna State. The outreach at the Islamic school, the first of its kind in seven decades, reached over 70 Almajiris, providing them with clothing, soap, detergents and shoes to help them …

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Just how awful is Bitcoin’s carbon footprint?

When Tesla’s CEO “Elon Musk” announced the company’s suspension of Bitcoin payments in April 2021, he immediately drew increased attention to Bitcoin’s rapidly increasing emissions or, better still, Bitcoin’s horrid carbon footprint. Although this has been common knowledge across the crypto community, it appears people outside the community, including onlookers and passive observers, now have …

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The role of  youths in socio-economic change

Oftentimes, societal change and advancement are usually credited to policymakers and policy implementers worldwide. But the conversation we fail to have is the fact that there are a lot of groundbreaking ideas and innovations that have emerged over the years which have prompted these policies and in turn created a boost in economic development. These …

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