U.I Set To Be set Agog As Zik, Bello Releases Team List For S.U Inter Hall Finals
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U.I Set To Be set Agog As Zik, Bello Releases Team List For S.U Inter Hall Finals

The University of Ibadan community is set to experience another dose of frenzy as the grand finale of the S.U inter hall football competition is set to take centre stage. This final is one of the highlights of the 2021 S.U week tagged “REVAMP” which started on Monday, 20 September 2021. The finals are expected…

Health Tips: How To Relieve Menstrual Cramps By Pharmacist O.T. Awolola
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Health Tips: How To Relieve Menstrual Cramps By Pharmacist O.T. Awolola

To serve you better in the aspect of health and wellness, Campus News, after consulting a notable healthcare professional, has brought to you some simple health tips written by Pharmacist Omolayo T. Awolola. Please, read attentively. Menstrual Cramps There is always that time of the month in a woman’s life when the VISITOR comes. That…

7 things you probably don’t know about Esther Agbaje (US State Assembly Seat Winner)
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7 things you probably don’t know about Esther Agbaje (US State Assembly Seat Winner)

A Nigerian, Ms. Esther Agbaje, has been elected into the Minnesota House of Representatives in Tuesday’s U.S. general elections. Esther, 35, won by a landslide, polling 17,396 votes or 74.7 percent of the total ballots cast. Her closest rival, Alan Shilepsky of the Republican Party, secured 4,128 votes, representing 17.7 percent of the total. 1….

Nigeria at 60: Is a Unicameral legislature the key?
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Nigeria at 60: Is a Unicameral legislature the key?

Today, as the whole world joins Nigeria in celebrating her 60th Independence Day Anniversary, there is quite potpourri of concerns which actually aren’t farfetched when you look at what Nigeria has grown to become. You see, Nigeria’s independence in 1960 was greeted with high enthusiasm and hope of becoming a world power soon, considering her robust potentials. But today, that child that was foretold to be a child of promise 60 years ago is still struggling to stand on its feet.