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You-high authorities launch AWO 234 to teach female students punctuality

Information reaching our correspondent from credible sources is that You-high authorities have added a new course, titled AWO 234, in the university curriculum basically to address the issues of lack of punctuality among female students.

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Twitter war: The best way Nigerians showcase their supremacy

With the advancement and subsequent domination of Nigeria on Twitter, the nation will welcome tremendous uplift and huge productivity, and her 98 million poverty-stricken citizens will be alleviated. Who still says Nigerians are not intellectuals? Let such have a taste of their defeat on Twitter. Nonsense!

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How to be a student of the University of Ibadan

Hey, are you an intending student of Nigeria’s premier university? Or you’re already a student of the school? This is for you. Maybe you don’t know — or you know but you need a refresher — UI, Nigeria’s first, is Nigeria’s best. This is not my random thought. Ask Webnometics…


‘How would students come for our rallies if we called off ASUU strike?’ Buhari asks

“So we urge members of ASUU to be patient with us; and also our l-l-aa- …., sorry, hardworking youth. If we still have enough money left in the treasury after the campaigns, we will definitely give priority to the schools.”

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Shocking! Tourette syndrome discovered in University of Ibadan

27 April 2017 Students of the University of Ibadan, for a while now, have been showing symptoms of a very strange disease called the Tourette syndrome. This shocking revelation is contained in a bulletin released by the university management on Wednesday, 26 April 2017. The syndrome is a neurological disorder…

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“Sack all porters, we do not need them,” UI students demand

2 April 2017 Residents of various student halls in the University of Ibadan yesterday told The T.A. Report that they do not want porters to resume work at all. According to them, they have fared better during the Non-Academic Staff Union strike compared to the time before it started. Ms…

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