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Thinking about Trump

Easy speak There is an old saying that different languages are good for different occasions and for one to be understood properly, many languages are required. Therefore, when you are speaking to God, use La... Read More...

Teaching with tears

Though the quote of Nelson Mandela that education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world is often touted among us, there is nothing to suggest that due regard is paid to that all-important ... Read More...

Be word-wise, communicate peacefully

Today, we live in the world of words. More than any other time in history, we communicate more.  As I once wrote, “…everywhere one goes, words are there blasting over radio and television sets, jarring ear-drum... Read More...

Live right, do right

(Dedicated to Salaudeen Oladipo) One August evening some years back, the then 43-year old veteran boxer, Saoul Mamby, said something that every student or youth should bear in mind. It was in Westchester, New ... Read More...

Peace Day in retrospect

Last Wednesday (September 21), the world commemorated the 2016 International Day of Peace, otherwise known as Peace Day, with various activities across the world. A creation of the United Nations General Assemb... Read More...

Breaking Boko Haram’s Back

The 4th international conference of U6, themed “Addressing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Collaborative and Transnational Research”, was held at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, between Se... Read More...

Social media or social menace?

The advent of the social media in Nigeria has come with many positive developments such as connecting old friends and people generally, promoting business, sharing information with ease as well as serving as ed... Read More...

GMOs: Fire on the mountain!

At the instance of the Nigeria Inter-religious Council (NIREC), a Technical Committee comprising top academics, scientists, scholars and professionals from our two major religious divides was inaugurated recent... Read More...

FUNAAB: The tragedy of errors

William Shakespeare might have thrilled the world with his spell-binding “The Comedy of Errors” first performed in December 1594. However, what happened at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAA... Read More...

ASUU’s stance, Oloyede’s chance

In a valedictory delivered on November 17, 1979 at the University of Ibadan after he had to succumb to the powers that stood against his statutory second term as Vice-Chancellor, a former Vice-Chancellor of the... Read More...

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