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Day: April 18, 2022

Open letter to illustrious sons and daughters of Nigeria

Dearest compatriots, I was not present at any of the locations where Nigerian students hold peaceful protests against the perceived neglect of the country’s education sector. Dear ASUU, FG, why not try these methods? Making the most of your destiny While proximity might seem a working excuse for me, it would not be a sincere …

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Censorship: Role of Media in Sustainable Peace in Nigeria

Nigeria started on a right footing because the leaders of the First Republic were guided by patriotism, nationalism, selflessness, justice, and fairness which formed their major traits. Despite our heterogeneous nature, the country was moving as a united and indivisible nation. Student activism: A track to social development Chasing Dreams: Passion And What Again? The …

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Student activism: A track to social development

Student activism is the participation of individual students in group activities aimed at defending their interests and bringing about changes in systems, policies, attitudes, knowledge, norms and behavior regarding issues affecting the lives of students or society. It is a part of the spectrum of the student’s voice. How extracurricular activities widened my horizon – …

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How extracurricular activities widened my horizon – UDUS graduate

In 2016, when Bashir Turawa was offered admission to study Literature-in-English at Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, he was among the disciples of the philosophy that everything cannot be learned within the four walls of the classroom. He made up his mind to study beyond what he would be taught in the lecture halls. Though equipped …

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Learning What Professors Couldn’t Teach

“Combining academic and extracurricular activities in an environment like Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto is very challenging,” said Mohammed Yakub, who used to be the President of the National Association of Kwara State Students (NAKSS), UDUS Chapter. Being a student in the Faculty of Arts and Islamic Studies, he doubled as a campus politician with an …

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