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One Little Mistake

By Adebola Oyeleye on 19 Aug, 2020

“Baby push! Yes, you can do it! I love you baby, you can do it” those were Yeni’s words to his wife in the delivery room on 26th of March, 2020, few days before the Covid-19 lockdown. Yeni, lived with his wife in the Mainland area of Lagos State, one of the densely populated areas in the State. The couple got married in 2017 and they had waited for almost three years to see their first fruit, which came after months of fasting and prayers. Read more about One Little Mistake

How To Solve The Face-Off Between The Federal Government And ASUU

By Adebola Oyeleye on 29 Sep, 2015

 The present face-off between the Academic Staff Union of the University (ASUU) and the Federal Government is the implementation of the agreement freely and mutually entered into in 2009. It is rather meaningless and offensive for the Federal Government to come out to declare that it is insolvent to honour the bargain. The sanctity of the agreement goes to the root of the society itself and it is the fabric that binds the entire social order. Read more about How To Solve The Face-Off Between The Federal Government And ASUU

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