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SHOULD JAMB BE SCRAPPED ?

Jamb was created to unify the tertiary school admission process. The first important function of jamb according to the Jamb decree on its official website is “general control of the matriculation examination for admissions into all Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education (by whatever name called) in Nigeria.”  See (http://www.jamb.gov.ng/Decree.aspx). Before the promulgation of Jamb Decree on 13th February, 1978,…

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TURN YOUR FAULTS TO STRENGTH

“There is no shortage of fault to be found amid our stars”  ― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars Many people keep making excuses for why they aren’t doing well or why they can’t do well in life, many blame it on a long list of faults they have, but without trying to sound unsympathetic, there is absolutely no reason why…

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FREEDOM TO EXPRESS NOT FREEDOM TO DISRESPECT

  Freedom of expression is the power or right to express one’s opinions, through speech, writing and other forms of communication, without censorship, restraint or legal penalty, but without deliberately causing harm to others and tarnishing others reputation by false or misleading statement. Why people are always found in discussions that end up in bloodshed is because many misuse the term…

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NIGERIA SHOULD ADOPT A STANDARD

When we say standard, we speak of it in the context of a generally accepted model, pattern or norm. Without being said, it is very clear Nigeria does not have a general pattern for doing anything. Every single thing in the country is as disunited as the country’s people. It’s been years since Nigeria’s independence, and everyone should agree with…

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