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Prof Omobowale and the Emergence of Literature and Medicine in Nigeria

Prof Omobowale and the Emergence of Literature and Medicine in Nigeria

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In this piece, Stephen Kekeghe celebrates the scholarship of Professor E. B. Omobowale, a Professor of English at the University of Ibadan. In every sane and forward looking society, the progenitors and harbingers of different traditions and social innovations are celebrated. Such…

Legal implications of teachers’ role in students’ discipline

Legal implications of teachers’ role in students’ discipline

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MOSES CELESTINE gives insights into what teachers should consider before deciding to punish their students. The teacher is expected to work within the ambit of the rules, regulations, laws or Acts that govern the practice of his/her profession. According to Teachers Registration…

Open letter to the student political aspirants at the Federal Polytechnic Offa

Open letter to the student political aspirants at the Federal Polytechnic Offa

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The Students’ Union election at the Federal Polytechnic, OFFA holds in June. Abdullahi Ayobami gives some pieces of advice to aspirants at the departmental, faculty and university level. Permit me to bestow some bunches of encomiums and accolades on every political aspirant…

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