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APC GOVERNORSHIP CANDIDATE, ADEBAYO ADELABU ‘PENKELEMESI’ STORMS ABH

The Oyo State Governorship candidate under the aegis of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr Adebayo Adelabu “Penkelemesi” visited Alexander Brown Hall at around 5:00pm on Friday, 1st March, 2019. His visit came shortly after the Hall ‘Town Crier” had repeatedly informed residents of the hall about the governorship aspirant’s visit. He arrived with an entourage which included popular Yoruba movie star, Saheed Balogun, security officers and members of his campaign team. He was flanked by the Hall Chairman of…

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CARDI B AND OFFSET’S MARRIAGE SUFFERS UPSET

The marriage between the celebrity duo has become the newest addition to the statistics of failed celebrity marriages. Cardi B took to Instagram to announce her separation from Offset saying they had grown out of love. However, leaked messages online suggest infidelity as a major factor after photos of text messages showed offset arranging a ménage á trois (threesome) with two women. Also cheating allegations surfaced involving female rapper Summer Bunni and Offset during the period of his marriage. Summer…

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EUROPEAN UNION LEADERS ENDORSE BREXIT DEAL

After close to 19 months of negotiations, the leaders of the European Union have finally endorsed the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union council. The announcement was made at the council meeting held at Brussels, Belgium after sessions of voting and negotiations resulted in a unanimous decision. However, members of the British parliament would also have to vote in favor of Britain leaving the EU in December before Britain can make…

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ARE YOUTHS REALLY THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW?

One of the many remarkable things about Africa’s political environment is the fact that Africa is the world’s youngest continent, with 60% of Africa’s population under 25. In fact, the gap between the age of some of Africa’s long-serving presidents and the median age of their citizens is remarkable. In Uganda, it’s a whopping 57.5 years, while in Zimbabwe it’s now 55 (down from 73). That’s the same gap in Equatorial Guinea, where president Teodoro Obiang, 75, is Africa’s longest-serving…

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UIMSAITE Dazzles at AIMUN Conference

While the past few months have witnessed UIMSAites perform outstandingly well in diverse extracurricular activities. The standards always seem to go higher each time; another proof that medical students are still one of the most talented and resourceful sets of students in tertiary institutions despite having to keep a tight academic schedule that could break the most hardened men. The headliner on this occasion is perhaps a name we know too well and have come to associate with excellence, Mr.…

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CELEBRITIES LOSE HOMES IN CALIFORNIA WILD FIRE

These are trying times for residents of California as they witness the worst ever wildfire to hit the Golden State, and celebrities are not left out as they too, feel the deep sense of loss from this tragedy. Hollywood is situated in Los Angeles, California and that means that many celebrities have homes in the areas which have been affected by the fires such as Malibu and Tinseltown. So far Gerard Butler, Robin Thicke, Neil young and the pair of…

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DATE SET FOR THE 2K14 INDUCTION

Smiles and tears of joy were not missed on the faces of our dear 2k14 colleagues and soon to be ‘The Newest Doctors in Town’, as the long-awaited date of their induction was finally slated. It should be of note that this particular set had spent almost 7 years in medical/dental training, plus the hurdles they had to cross before and after their final MB;BS exams (No to 100k and its aftermath). Truly, they have been through a lot. The…

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CLASS OF 1998 SYMPOSIUM AND ITS EFFECT ON ME

Our ward round had just ended. I was on my way going to the autopsy room to see if I could watch and sign one more autopsy. But I decided to peep at what was happening at Paul Hendrickse. Little did I know a peep would turn out into not only getting to a seat but also listening to all five speakers of the symposium. I must say, for me, It started off a bit slowly, as it appeared as…

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THE FOURTH TEAM

It is going to be a suspense filled evening as the fourth and last country to join the Euros Nation League semi finals will be decided by 8:45pm tonight. Though it is a game between Netherland and Germany, this spot can only be filled by either the World Cup Defending Champions France, or the Dutchmen, Netherland. As Netherland battle with Germany today, a win or a draw is just the ticket they need for the semis. The French has no…

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THE MEDICAL STUDENT IN PURSUIT OF SANITY

Bolt: What if I don’t win? Mama: When did you become so serious Usain? Bolt: Don’t let me go dear Mama, please… Mama: The boy I know has no worries, because all worries ever do is weigh you down. You have to remember… you can always go fast when you keep it light. Bolt: Okay. No worries mama.   This conversation is what they say ensued between Usain and his mom in the short film in Usain Bolt’s honour, The…

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