BREAKING NEWS?

How tune changes indeed Two forms of changes there are – A building up and a breaking down Journalism is today experiencing a breakdown. The same press statement which we were, in those days Advised to avoid like a plague, is the same celebrity Which today is dressed up in the tattered toga of BREAKING NEWS – Mr Journalist,…

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ABILITY IN DISABILITY-BLIND MAN IN FARMING AND CARPENTRY

Is it impossible for a completely blind man, all by himself, to engage in manual duties, such as cutting thick bushes, felling trees, weeding, making long heaps, planting grains and tubers while harvesting products on farm lands, large enough to swallow four Olympic standard football fields? It may sound incredible but the above farming activities are exactly the routinal…

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INTERNATIONAL 419 0J0R0

’’Even though many Nigerians appear to look at the Soludo redenomination option as outlandish, he argued that it was not an entirely new agenda pointing out that the East and Western Germany had operated it to a huge success. He however regretted that when Nigeria had the same opportunity to initiate it at the end of the Nigerian Civil…

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STEER CLEAR COLLEGE’S LAND – Management Warns

MANAGEMENT of Federal college of Agriculture, Akure has warned the public to be wary of subtle moves by certain individuals frantically seeking accomplices in their mission to swindle the college of its large expanse of land The college management in a statement noted that having failed in their initial ploy at dispossessing the institution of its land, the individuals…

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PDP FACTIONS CLOSE RANKS

In their first concrete move towards enhancing the Peoples Democratic Party’s electoral fortune, particularly the July 8th senatorial election and subsequent ones, two factions of the PDP in Osun State have pulled down their wall of division and resolved to revert to the original PDP while setting example of unity for the party nationwide. Coordinating the first reunion meeting…

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BREAKING THROUGH THE NEWSBREAK – ADELEKE DUMPS APC FOR PDP

An almost unforeseen realignment of divergent political heavy weights in Osun State is now brewing in the horizon as Dr Ademola Adeleke, Junior brother of Senator Isiaka Adeleke has dumped the All Progressive Congress for the Peoples Democratic Party PDP And with the National Secretariat of the PDP working round the clock to perfect waver paper for the big…

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HEROISM

To endure life’s brutality Unperturbed in adversity Weathering one weather After another- Equanimity Malleability Singing the song of courage still. To traverse thick and thin Refined in tribulations Slicing through hatred And arch jealousy Immutability Flexibility Singing the song of courage still. To put fear into fears Being fortified in faith And rooted in love Formidability Invincibility Singing the…

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TRADE TO BREAK HATE

  As one of its bold steps towards encouraging diversification of Nigeria’s mono economy through tapping available natural resources that are lying dormant all over the country, a skill-acquisition consultancy firm, Elle-Jay Limited is set to explore the mining potentials available throughout the length and breadth of the country towards empowering youths and women in mining and skills acquisition…

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ONE MORE TIME, THE NATIONAL QUESTION

  (A SPEECH DELIVERED BY PROFESSOR DAVID OLA OKE ON THE OCCASION OF THE BOOK ‘JOURNALISTS AND THE HAND OF GOD’ BY OLALERE FAGBOLA; PUBLIC PRESENTATION AT IYAGANKU, NUJ, IBADAN, DEC, 18, 1992) Once upon a time, if Nigerian newspapers like the Daily Express, the West African Pilot, the Nigerian Tribune, or even the better fed government-owned Morning post…

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The Kwara State government has denied reports that it has sacked teachers

The Kwara State government has denied reports that it has sacked teachers alleged to have been illegally employed by the Kwara state Teaching Service Commission, TESCOM. In a telephone interview with PREMIUM TIMES on Friday, Muyideen Akorede, Senior special assistant to the state governor on media and communication, said the government has no plan to sack teachers. Mr. Akorede…

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