Views: 19 The Indy Hall Alumni Association, an assoication of past occupants of Independence Hall, University of Ibadan, has sent out official calls for membership to graduate Katangites and present final-year Katangites. The first call, released in form of broadcast messages via the current administration of the hall, addresses graduates […]
In the aftershock of the #ENDSARS Protests and the Lekki Massacre of Tuesday, 20 October, 2020, Ofure Ebhomielen – a University of Ibadan’s 2018 Overall Best Graduating Student and a vocal campaigner during the #ENDSARS Protests, Martins Isaac – a student of history and seasoned analyst, and Gbenga Sadiq – one-time President of The Literary and Debating Society, University of Ibadan and a veteran poltical commentator joined Theophilus Femi Alawonde at the Roundtable to discuss issues surrounding the #EndSARS Protests and Lekki Massacre, complicit parties, the Nigerian governments reactions, and the likely effects that the protests will have on the Nigerian nation in general and Nigerian universities in particular. Enjoy and learn!
This is the second discourse in the Roundtable Discourse with Theophilus series, and it touches on sexual assault, sexual assaults in the University of Ibadan, causes of sexual assaults in the University of Ibadan, the University’s provisions as regards sexual harassment, the Anti-Sexual Harassment Bill at the Senate, and potential solutions to sexual assaults in the University of Ibadan.
Views: 11 The Indy Hall Legislative Council has approved the sum of N539, 950 for the 2020/2021 administration. This sum was approved at the council’s third sitting which was held on Saturday, 17th July, 2021, at the Indy Hall Junior Common Room. The approved budget is expected to cover for […]
Views: 345 Change is an over-flogged issue in many quarters, and the fact that it has left a sour taste on Nigerians’ mouths does not help matters when talking about concepts such as this. Nonetheless, one of the fundamental features of the phenomenon is that is is inevitable; it is […]
Views: 248 Dawillty Featured Image Credit: ehealth It has been argued in many corners that medicine is as well an art as a science. However, the healthcare sector is one that gives little room for creativity. Unlike artists that can always replace their canvas and the only loss they record […]
Views: 261 Kelv Football is a very flexible tool; the fans see it as a game, but to some, it is a very versatile tool; a tool that could destroy and rebuild easily, a tool to make money, a way to get back at an old foe. In 2006, after […]
Views: 231 Owoeye Williams It was an elating atmosphere at Number 1, Oba Momoh Lane, Iyaganku GRA, Ibadan, the headquarters of Damien Foundation, as Friends of Damien Foundation officially inducted new friends of the Foundation. The event, which had the country representative of the Nigeria project, Dr Osman Eltayeb, in […]
Views: 268 James Chibor I am a madman. I am a very mad man. Before you call me one, I’ll have you know that I know already. And I accept it. One reason I don’t argue this is that only mad men argue against fact. Yeah, there was a time […]
Views: 253 On this week’s of Bold & Beautiful, Akinmoyeje Precious interviewed Toluwanini Oni, a pulchritudinous thespian-in-training and model. She spoke to us on people, phonography, life, and the concept of change. Enjoy! Hello. Can we meet you? Hi, I am Toluwanimi Adeyeni Oni, a 300-level student of Theatre Arts, […]
Views: 258 Habeeb Abdul In the closing months of 2017, one sensation which dominated the airwaves in Nigeria was excitement about a homegrown initiative — TStv. It was the perfect answer in a country reeling in economic shocks and a population that was steadily losing its purchasing power. A massive […]
Views: 317 John ‘Dare Okafor There has always been an unwritten plan; a plan clearly mapped out in the sanctuaries of your soul. All has been going according to plan. You feel like a grand plan master; you’ve always had the history of figuring things out even before they become […]