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PROFESSOR ADEGBOYEGA CHRISTOPHER ODEBODE & HIS PEOPLE-CENTERED LIFE

Revd Professor A.C. Odebode of the department of Botany, University of Ibadan belongs to the old stock of the academia with the intention of living an impactful life. He hails from the agrarian community, Awe via Oyo town in Oyo State and either by twist of fate or fortune; he …

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STRIKING OUT!

I am striking you  Out of my address book, Not willingly, But for the higher regulator Has called you to the highest home  We all long for but go to unwillingly. I can’t striking you out of my heart, For the favour of the tutelage, Making a protégé of me …

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Optimizing Bus Rapid Transit in Lagos

The advent of the Bus Rapid Transit ( BRT ) has become more valued by people since the introduction of the new price regime. People have now valued the system as it is now cost effective to hop from one bus to another than driving in Lagos traffic. The government …

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DOCTOR-TO-PATIENT RATIO IN NIGERIA IS CURRENTLY ESTIMATED AT 1 TO 3500- DR DAVIES ADELOYE

President Muhammadu Buhari on one of his trips The medical recent trip of President Muhammadu Buhari to the United Kingdom has raised a lot of questions in the heart of Nigerians. Olutayo Irantiola of Nigerian Reporter had an extensive chat with Dr Davies Adeloye, a Senior Lecturer at Covenant University, Nigeria. …

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POOR READING CULTURE & OTHER FACTORS HAVE AFFECTED THE PATRONAGE OF YORUBA LITERATURE

The guest writer at the fourth edition of Yoruba Lakotun, Mr. Kehinde Adepegba, said the poor reading culture of the Yoruba, the development of Information and Communications Technology, and late adoption of technology have negatively impacted on the reading of Yoruba literature which has preserved the culture largely. Photo credit: …

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