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Are you a member of the Pepper dem gang?

By Tara Aisida I once accompanied a friend to our children’s school accounts office to help plead for more...

Re: ‘Big Grammars’ in Themes: Guilty or Not?

By Wahab Ọlálékan No, not entirely guilty! "The best way to hide something from a black...

Let’s talk about nation building

By Kareem Shamsudeen While we clamour for a better nation, let conscious efforts be made towards creating a better...

Sacked UNICAL lecturer accuses Ayade of persecution

A recently sacked lecturer at the University of Calabar (UNICAL), Joseph Odok has accused the Cross River State governor, Ben Ayade of...

Politics and tertiary education students

Politics, before now, has been seen to be a dirty game - a game meant for only those who are ready to...

‘Big grammars’ in themes: Guilty or not?

By Azeezah Olatunde The use of grandiloquent words as themes for higher institution programmes has become envogue.

Bauchi: Teachers to nominate vice-principals

This is a post I made this morning on the WhatsApp group of my teachers' union, Academic Staff Union of Secondary Schools...

Nigeria: On giving respect and being respected

By Kareem Shamsudeen Since the human system is a complex of relationships marked by age difference, it is expected...

Blurry fate for NOUN law graduates a year after Buhari’s assent

By Ikechukwu Onyema ON 7 December, 2019, the assent of the NOUN (Amendments) Act-2018 by President Muhammadu Buhari to...

To the naysayers to teacher professionalism

Whenever a few of those claiming to be teachers are told that the Teachers' Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) licence is a...
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