Month: July 2020

Posted in Education

Self-Education, The Way Forward For Nigerian Youths

  by Bolaji Badmus “Many who are self-taught far excel than the doctors, masters, and bachelors of the most renowned universities” – Ludwig Von Mises…

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Online Classes: A Necessity or Mere Cruelty? Charis Kings

Charis King The Lagos state university, just like other universities of its standard and calibre, have decided the best way to continue and conclude its…

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Posted in Poetry

Public Presentation Of New Books

PRESS RELEASE *Public Presentation Of New Book* Introducing the newly published books of Author/Poet Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies published by a highly reputable international press now in…

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Posted in Opinion

An epoch of Nigeria Federalism

The struggles we pass through, didn’t start today.Did you know, that there was once a time in Nigeria , when things weren’t all rosy, but…

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Nigeria’s outdated curriculum against the 21st century

Away from Africa, to the Asian Continent, Japan precisely, it’s been recorded that this Asian heavyweight now train it’s Young talents, towards job that are…

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ASUU, and the students search for meaning

Few years from now, this country will catastrophically fall freely into abyss, unable to be raised by the way side of improvement globally, and the…

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Posted in Education Poetry

My parting across Times 19″

Let us first, pay homage to the souls whohave left us, After that, now shall we extend ourhandshake, to the very few who we still…

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