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University Curriculum must be Overhaul-UBA Group Executive Director

United Bank For Africa, UBA,Group Executive Director, Liadi Ayoku has advocated  an overhaul of the University  curriculum, particular,  financial institutions across Africa to reflect current technological realities. The overhaul of the University curriculum. according to Ayoku, the UBA Executive Director should reflect the modern business expectations of the present day in …

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Burden of Extrajudicial Killings of Nigerians by the Police

Despite  the uproar that greeted the killing of 36 year Kolade Johnson by a trigger happy dismissed police Inspector Olalekan attached to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS at a viewing centre in Lagos early this month, and the subsequent remedial measures taken the Lagos State Police Commissioner Zubairu Muazu, the …

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Nigeria insecurity: A ticking time-bomb

Insecurity of lives and property is a common knowledge and experience since Nigeria’s independence. Insecurity can cause all sorts of issues for individuals that ultimately impact the whole of the society. The fever and nightmare this has created in the psych of law-abiding citizens, high and low, is reminiscent of …

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The perceived failure of public schools in the country

The reasons for private participation in the establishment of school at whatever levels of the educational system in Nigeria are not farfetched. The fact that qualitative education is important and should not be compromised prompted the need for private schools in Nigerian educational system. Issues that affect the performance of …

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Living sacrifice of Human blood in Abiriba Community

  The Igbo is one of the three major tribes occupying the south-eastern geopolitical zone of Nigeria. They have cultural traditions and customs, which help in maintaining their society. Just like the belief systems of other cultural groups; man has designed various institutions and webs of customs that regulate and …

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