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UNBELIEVABLE: LECTURER LECTURED GHOSTS; CONDUCTED TEST IN EKSU

You would also be surprised just like me if you witness what I witnessed this morning in Ekiti State University in the Faculty of Science.

A lecturer named Mr Adebayo went into the class and lectured ghosts (empty class) and also conducted a test at the end of his lecture.

BEFORE WE GO TO THE POLLS by Olawale B. Ibitoye Esq.

In about a few weeks’ time, precisely February 2015, the country’s general election will commence. As a citizen of Nigeria, I wish to put forward some issues that should serve as a guide as we all go out to elect our leaders at various levels. As patriotic Nigerians, I advise that we should endeavour to vote for what is best for the country and never allow ethnicity, religion, tribe, sex and even age to be determining factors.
The country, in the past few years have, gone through some harrowing experience under the present administration and we now have an opportunity of putting a halt to it by the power of our Permanent Voters Cards (PVC) come February, 2015.

OUR EXPERIENCE UNDER THE GEJ ADMINISTRATION
MISSING CHIBOK GIRLS: On the 15th of April, 2014, over 200 girls were kidnapped in a secondary school in Chibok, Borno State, North West, Nigeria, during the last West African Examination Council Exams. Rather than having the Government that is constitutionally saddled with the respo…

RCF EKSU: A PLACE TO BE

Just as EKSU resumped on Monday and series of activities have been going on, you can't afford to miss something greater than lectures, tests, etc

Today, I was at RCF EKSU Main Campus branch and the memory of the Prayer Meeting (4-6pm) still lingers in my mind. You need see, feel and know how refreshing it could be being in the presence of the Lord.

When you hear THE LOVELIEST FAMILY ON EARTH, nowhere truly could have been than RCF EKSU. The Love is really there.

EKSU SCHOOL FEES REDUCTION: TRUE OR FALSE?

Last year, the students of Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado-Ekiti jubilated towards the end of the year when the State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose announced publicly on EKTV that the TUITION fee was reduced from N50,000 to N30,000.

Following the announcement, the Governor got a lot of kudos from different people--students, parents, gurdians, etc. I was even happy myself when I heard that we could even pay the fees twice installmentally.

However, many parents taught our school fees is now N30,000 not knowing that it is ONLY the TUITION FEE that was slashed down. Other fees remain constant or increased or decrease as the case may be.