Many of us thought we couldn’t get out of university fast enough. There was a new life to live and hell lots of money to make. How’s that working out now? Anyway, we asked 5 Nigerian graduates about what they miss about university, and this is what they said. Ola, University of Ibadan University was […]
“For a mind that knows is a mind that’s free.”
This week’s Aluta and Chill is about how unsafe Nigerian campuses can be. From the student who was stuck in an abusive relationship to the student who witnessed female students being drugged at a party, these stories are chilling. Boma, Female, University of Port Harcourt I met this guy in my first month at school. […]
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For students at any of the government-owned universities across the country, ASUU and NASU strikes are a big part of their experiences. The staff unions are always in disagreements with the federal government, leading to strikes that sometimes go on for months. No one feels this avoidable break in academic activities more than the students […]
It hurts when you set your mind on something and don’t get it — and this is the reality for a lot of Nigerian students who didn’t get the course they wanted to study. If you went through this, you will definitely relate to this: 1. You, filling out your JAMB form confident that you […]
“Feelings are a lot of work. Don’t catch them.”
“A student needed an ambulance but it wasn’t available. He died.”
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Things will not always go your way — no one knows this better than a Nigerian student navigating the occasionally murky waters of uni life. We’ve all been there, so why not be a little nostalgic about it? Here we go: 1. When your laptop has no backup power and NEPA takes light in the […]
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“I knew I was broke when I had only ₦2000 left in my account.”
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“Have money and you will inspire people to do things.”
If ‘Fast and Furious’ was a quiz, it would look like this.
President Buhari has suspended Babalakin and Ogundipe, and has set up a panel to investigate the UNILAG crisis.
The subjects talk about how inadequate and poor hostel facilities, and poor security system has affected their quality of life.
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