The University of Ibadan Medical Student Association held her elections on the 26th of February,2021.The results of the election was released in the evening of that same day.It was a free and fair election. The results of the election are displayed below. The UIMSA community wishes all the elected leaders a successful tenure. By UIMSA PRESS

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The prestigious University of Ibadan Medical Student Association Clinical Press,on the 13th of February,2021,elected a new set of executives who would stir the activities of the organisation for the next academic session.In line with the current situation of events in the College, the outgoing adminstration led by Miss. Sadiku jummai conducted a virtual nomination cum election held on Saturday, 13th February, 2021,through Google meet platform,in the presence of all eligible clinical press members.Following a successful election, Napoleon Tejiri emerged as…

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A press night far from the normal – being the first virtual one of its kind, however, the preclinical press still managed to make it work. The virtual gathering started promptly, with the moderator and judges listing out the instructions for the night – aspirants were to turn on their cameras to waist level so dressing could be easily seen and I can’t seem to get the meme about having a wrapper tied under a corporate shirt and tie out…

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When distinguished UIMSA president Mr. Aderounmu Boluwatife, took oath of office sometime in May 2019, nothing could have prepared him nor his team of executives, for what was to come. In fact, little did he know he that, he would eventually covert the unenviable position of becoming the longest-serving president, in the history of the association. An achievement which was definitely not part of his plans, in the campaign Agenda. The Irony is that, while most African leaders will do…

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Although, barely two years into its existence, the Asido foundation is already making giant strides towards securing the mental health of Nigerians and youths all over the world. It therefore came as no surprise, when the charity organization introduced her first memorial essay competition in honour of her pioneer project Manager, the Late Ms. Jemila Abubakar. This initiative which was designed to help improve the awareness of mental health in the society, was a joint partnership between the Asido foundation…

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The Lagos hawker who makes one million Naira monthly: An expose into Africa’s unstructured Direct-To-Consumer Market.

Chinedu Okorafor moved from his village in Eastern Nigeria to Lagos, in 2016. As soon as he could afford the night bus, he took it straight to city of excellence. When he got to Lagos, he had a thousand Naira, a Bagco sack housing two jean trousers and two shirts; all his belongings. It’s January 2020, four years in Lagos, and Chinedu makes a minimum of a million Naira monthly solely from hawking. What started, for me, as purchase of…

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Suicide on Third Mainland Bridge: Grieving Mum releases photo

The photograph of the 22 year-old man who was reported to have jumped into the Lagos Lagoon from the Third Mainland Bridge on 16 February has been published by the mother. Mr Toju Davies Daibo, jumped into the lagoon from the bridge inward Adeniji Adele, after alighting from an Uber, complaining of stomach issues. His body has not been found since. His mother has appealed to the government to find her son alive or dead, according to an interview she…

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Premier League clubs have voted to push England’s summer transfer window deadline back to September 1 for the 2020-21 season. In 2017, clubs decided to support the closing of the transfer window the day before the Premier League season began, with many managers previously suggesting the uncertainty that accompanied a later deadline was not beneficial. This measure was brought in ahead of the 2018-19 season and remained in place at the start of 2019-20, but decriers felt it left Premier…

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Students decry terrible hostel facilities at University of Ibadan

The dilapidated state of facilities in halls of residence at the University of Ibadan is becoming a threat to the well-being and academic performances of the students. Besides being overcrowded, many of the hostels lack basic amenities. Some students read under the street lights powered by solar energy for lack of constant power supply while many sleep on the bare floor for fear of bed bugs. The problem of dilapidated hostel facilities in Nigerian Universities is not limited to only…

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I had been waiting for two hours Ten other women were on the bench After all, we are called ‘patients’, aren’t we? The early morning meal I took was already used up Nurses occasionally walked past us carrying case files I prayed silently that I would be attended to on time today I was finally called into the consulting room My new case file was wide open on the table It had been joined to the old one I had…

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