Campus News Recap : Re-Re-Born!!
I'm back!!!! I'm back!!! Who's up for a recap? Wait, when was the last time we one of these? Been long... Like 3 weeks right? Oh sorry... I've been so busy an hunter's hunting dog almost assailed me in jealousy!
So what happened in the last week?
First, there was this curious case of a Certain 300L UNILORIN student who withdrew from the prized University because he became a re-re-born again Christian, and he realised he was there on the basis of a WAEC result doctored from a "Miracle Centre". Reactions, reactions.
By the way, I've posted an article detailing the story, but it's still awaiting moderation.
Also awaiting moderation is a very interesting interview I conducted for www.CampusPunch.com, with the Manager of Deliberty Global Company Ltd, a leading provider of phones and Laptops and Phones accessories and laptops accessories and life-saving bonuses and warranties. I guess it's waiting to be unleashed.
Then, ASUU, the most reviled name in Nigerian academic circles, have threatened to go on a strike again, nationwide. I really don't want to talk about it. Sometimes it's better to ignore some things so they'll never get the attention they crave. But, why is it that ASUU cannot but find cause for Striking?
In another vein, certain gunmen Stormed UNICAL and kidnapped.... No, not a Korean man who speaks igbo fluently... A Professors son. Basildvalour got that covered, and it's still fresh on the front page, go read it.
Last week, there were concerns on the move of the Division of Student Affairs, Obafemi Awolowo university, to seal off two Mosques in the Awolowo and Fajuyi halls of residence. Thankfully, nothing violent of note have happened since then, because apparently the members of the "splinter" Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN) have secured a reversal of the decision, or something of the nature. It's quite unclear, but it appears the mosques are still open and functional.
For all news on new admission lists and such, always remember to consult the "Campus Extra" section on the homepage.
Welcome back, and see you later!