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The cycle of violence that accompanies elections in Nigeria has continued to be a major concern for citizens and international observers alike.  The level
The great philosopher Socrates tells a story about the invention of writing in Plato’s Phaedrus. Socrates’ account follows how the Egyptian god Thoth showed
The first time I heard the word ‘dogma’, I was in junior high and was without the slightest inkling of what the word connotes.


Students of public universities in Nigeria have expressed their distress and concerns over the recent postponement of the governorship elections by the Independent National
Rachel, a 500 level student of engineering at the University of Lagos, had been waiting at Guarantee Trust Bank (GTBank), UNILAG Branch, for over
Gen Zers have put survival ahead of fanfares that accompany Valentine’s Day celebration as Nigeria’s naira redesign induced cash shortage worsens. Gen Zers are

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Adetutu Falade is a 24-year-old first class graduate of microbiology from Crawford University. In this interview with Edugist, she shares her higher education experience,
Ruqayah Lasisi is a first class graduate of Microbiology from Oduduwa University. She emerged as Best Graduating Student, Department of Biological Sciences in the
Abigael Ibikunle of Edugist: Please tell us a little about your background? Aishat Dauda: My name is Aishat Dauda, a 22-year-old Hausa woman from


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