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President – Muhammad-Bashir Yahya

Senate Chairman – Roseben C.N. Anyanwu

Congress Chancellor – Jerry-Ogeme Oghenelukome

500 level University of Ibadan medical student becomes a Young Water Fellow

May we meet you sir?My name is Ogunlana Segun. I am a 500 level medical student of the University of Ibadan. I am very passionate about social entrepreneurship. I have been doing this for almost two years now. Tell us about the Young Water FellowshipAround the middle of last year, I was leading the ENACTUS UI team and we were working on a sanitation issue i.e open defecation. From there, we gathered some information and we saw that it is…

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ENACTUS U.I wins the Act Leadership Challenge 2019…An exclusive interview with Ugochukwu Okeke and Dibia Ernesto

This interview was on the 22nd of July, 2019 with Ernesto Dibia (Enactus PRO) and Ugochukwu Okeke (Enactus Team Leader) Ernesto: Enactus UI is a student organisation where a group of students (University of Ibadan) use entrepreneurial actions to better the society, better the lives of people and create sustainable solutions to problems we face individually and collectively as a society. UGO: It was founded in 1975, first as SIFE before the name was changed to Enactus. The word, Enactus…

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House of Reps told to impeach Gbajabiamila immediately

Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, has called for the immediate impeachment of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila for allegedly negotiating with armed bandits in Zamfara. HURIWA faulted this act between the Speaker, bandits and hoodlums in Zamfara State, describing the act a high treason and one of the most serious crimes against the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The group stated that, “state officials have sworn an oath on their honour to…

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Police cancel Naira Marley’s show in Dublin due to gang violence

The Police of the Republic of Ireland were reportedly forced to shut down an event headlined by Naira Marley on Saturday, July 6, 2019, after a gang of youths were spotted fleeing the scene. The incident occurred at Lost Lane just off Grafton Street before Naira Marley took to the stage to perform. Following the gang violence, the scene has since been closed off to the public. It was also reported that a number of weapons were seized and the Irish police…

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Cameroon sack Seedorf and Kluivert after Nations Cup failure

Cameroon has sacked Dutch coach Clarence Seedorf after their disappointing performance at the Africa Cup of Nations. His departure came after the country’s sports minister had demanded his exit. Seedorf’s assistant, Patrick Kluivert, has also been sacked after the defending champions were dumped out in the last 16 after losing 3-2 to Nigeria earlier this month. The Indomitable Lions won just one of their four matches at the tournament in Egypt, which led to calls from the country’s sports minister,…

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Number of men undergoing Vasectomy in Kenya rises.

Nairobi men are being called upon to share in the burden of family planning by undergoing reversible vasectomy as a family planning method. Vasectomy is a surgical procedure to close off sperm ducts. Results from a 2018 qualitative study in Kenya suggest that scaling up vasectomy services could help the country build on decades of family planning progress and help achieve its family planning goals including increasing its modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) to 66% by the year 2030. Statistics…

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