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.
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Views: 49 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: 71 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, […]
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Views: 102 Adebayo Abdulrahman Mahfouz Adedimeji, a scholar and university don, once opined that when things fall apart, we are no longer at ease. No one needs a Bachelor’s degree from Nigeria’s premier university to understand that Mahfouz’s statement was inspired by Chinua Achebe’s evergreen piece. However, a closer look […]
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