Why public universities are the best places to study in Nigeria
by: Sulayman Pakoyi Nigeria has 170 universities, of which 91 are owned and bankrolled by the federal or state governments. These universities are the only hope for middle-income Nigerians to…
Ban cross-dressing! It’s more important than security
by: Alex Omenye Everything the House of Reps decides to do, l am in support of it. The house of Reps is currently considering a bill to ban crossdressing in…
Dear Nigerian, Osinbajo is not the traitor. You are.
by: Judah Bamigboye Were it not for my pastor’s recent admonition that one should always, like Jesus Christ, exercise patience and longsuffering even in the face of serious provocation, I…
How to make the best out of the ASUU strike as a Uni bigger boy
by: Alex Omenye The annual strike happened. For the foreign readers who don’t know what an ASUU strike is, it’s usually that time of the year when the FG and…
Tales from Ife: A satire
Never has a VC selection process caused this much controversy. For that alone, it is a notable season for all OAU students. However, a myriad of other events has made this period more memorable. The events are not comical by nature. Their comical nature is an extension of the ability of Nigerians to cruise and find humour in the worst of circumstances.
How to survive the university as a Nigerian female student
It is no gain to say that Nigerian varsities are one of the breeding-ground of vices, and survival at these campuses is so rogue and tough. Some wouldn’t know or even believe all these, looking at the outer space of these campuses, beautiful and glamorous as they appear until such person gets admitted into them.
How to be a good child at home during the ASUU strike
Damn! ASUU strike is a mess. For once, you’re intentionally home because of strike. The last time it happened, it was a year of tragic events: End SARS, Coronavirus Pandemic – hashtag Covid-19 and ASUU ; cursed country as it is!
To be a real gee
You are seated there, head bent over an opened past question leaflet, amidst teenagers like yourself in a UTME tutorial. I am in your head, hoping you’d hear me whisper words that’d douse your ignorance scheduled to display in a minute from now. This is what I am muttering: to be a real gee is to love football. Below is the template of my unpopular opinion.