Category: Science and Technology

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LEARNING FROM HISTORY (3): WHY PROPHET MUSA SERVED FOR EIGHT YEARS TO MARRY A WOMAN By Lan Rey Hassan

WHY PROPHET MUSA SERVED FOR EIGHT YEARS TO MARRY A WOMAN For many of us, if eight years were to be scraped off our current ages, we would be batting our eyelids into slumber, with Ugo.C.Ugo’s Common Entrance examination recipe on our table. Now, beyond certainty, you can relate to that. That seems a very…
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December 4, 2018 0

YOU CAN ACHIEVE ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING ONLY IF YOU CAN PUT IN THE WORK By Sodiq Ogunwande

The life you choose is not the one you bargained for You wish you were smart and savvy enough What you get from life is completely contrasting to what life offers the people around you You are angered You are paranoid You felt dejected and rejected Your hope for success is shattered “Do people think…
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December 3, 2018 0

TAKE A STEP By Ummu Ubaidah Penword

  Don’t just sit and watch others successful story But learn and strive to make your own theory Don’t depend on others for your happiness For not being able to stand on your own shows your weakness Don’t walk in other’s shadow for fear of being seen Just take a step and show them what…
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December 1, 2018 0

ZINAA: GORY BUT GLORIFIED By Sanni Kay. Yusuf

  The society is sunk in the ill. The home is drowned in its pit. Almost all have been squeezed by the heat. Zinaa is unfortunately the wind that has ravaged the carriage against its package. Men dwell in the den, as well as women. Fathers flock the hotels and rock the minors young enough…
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November 29, 2018 0

JUSTICE IS CLOSE TO RIGHTEOUSNESS; A REJOINDER TO DR. OLUFUNKE ADEGOKE (DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN) By Dr. Ayobami Raheem

In contributing to the ongoing narrative about Hijab controversy that is rocking International School, University of Ibadan, Ibadan (ISI), one Dr Olufunke Adegoke of Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan threw caution and logic into the wind and stirred up hornet’s nest with her technically deficient, highly provocative and unscholastic submission. And one wonders how…
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November 25, 2018 0

HIJAB, FREEDOM AND OBJECTIFYING WOMEN By Lan Rey Hassan

  Just outside the gate of the Tecno office in Computer Village Ikeja, tweaking, twirling, swirling their waists lewdly, flaunting their breasts in the name of dancing were three ladies who had to have been- if not teenagers, in their early twenties. Of course, there was a boy too with them, but lo and behold,…
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November 24, 2018 0

THE FUTURE OF THE ISLAMIC UMMAH IS SAFE AND FINE By Shehu Abdus-Salam Aladodo

  Few weeks ago, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) after our 21days Orientation at the NYSC Temporary Orientation Camp, Amada, Gombe State, Nigeria served all Corp members with their posting letters on the day of departure, and I got posted to a Private Secondary School therein. I reported to my place of primary assignment…
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November 24, 2018 0

THE FEMINIST SATIRE By Al-Hassan O. Adedokun

  First, it was Maggi, with which every woman is a star but never a man. Then it was Peak Milk and their mysoginist and patriachal attempt to lure Nigerians into buying milk. Thirty Naira milk. God forgive them. Then, Cowbell; the mother spending precious time to teach the child to pronounce ‘vita-rich’ while the…
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November 10, 2018 0

THE PUNCH, THIS DAY AND EL-RUFAI’S “MUSLIM” RUNNING MATE CONTROVERSY By Rasheed Abubakar

When Samuel Ortom, the Christian Governor of Benue State named another brother-in-Christ, Benson Abounu as his running mate for the 2019 gubernatorial election, there was no uproar from Nigerians over their religion (Christianity). The headline of Punch, October 17, 2018 was lenient with the embattled Governor, whose supporters had likened to Jesus Christ for accepting…
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November 6, 2018 0

LOVE FOR SUICIDE By Sanni Kay. Yusuf

  Till our studentship elapsed and First Degree bagged more than a decade ago, we were deeply involved in activism – campus politics (a microcosm of the larger society). And in spite of the conspicuous legibility and readability of religiosity in our disposition, we would play the forward in aluta. The spirit was such that…
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November 1, 2018 0