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From The President

President – Muhammad-Bashir Yahya

Senate Chairman – Roseben C.N. Anyanwu

Congress Chancellor – Jerry-Ogeme Oghenelukome

JOHESU: WARNING STRIKE SET FOR TOMORROW

The Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) yesterday gave the federal government January 31 deadline to resolve all disputes, and meet the unions’ outstanding demands, or face industrial action. JOHESU’s National Chairman, Mr. Josiah Biobelemoye, said that the government had failed to adjust college skills for its members. Biobelemoye also said the government had withheld April and May 2018 salaries of some union members that participated in the last strike. Other demands by JOHESU include the age-long struggle for recognition of…

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GRAND SLAM FINAL: WHO WEARS THE CROWN?

Rafael Nadal ( from Spain) is raring to go, ready to be pushed to the limits once again in “another episode” with Novak Djokovic (from Serbia) at the Australian Open 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. The two gladiators of modern sport have already duelled 52 times, with world No.1 Djokovic edging their series 27-25 thus far. On Sunday night they’ll vie for the Australian Open 2019 title – a victory for Novak would be his seventh, whereas Nadal would finally add…

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PRESIDENCY SWEARS-IN NEW CJN: NBA REACTS

President Muhammadu Buhari has suspended the Chief Justice of Nigeira (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen, pending the completion of his trial at the Code of Condut Tribunal (CCT). President Buhari announced the suspension at the Council Chamber of the Presidential Villa, Abuja. He said the suspension followed the order of the CCT directing him to suspend Onnoghen, pending the completion of his trial. The President has swore in Justice Ibrahim Tanko Mohammed as the acting CJN. Mohammed who hails from Bauchi…

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TRUMP SIGNS BILL TO REOPEN GOVERNMENT AFTER 3 WEEKS

Late Friday night, President Donald Trump signed a bill passed by Congress that officially reopens the federal government for three weeks while lawmakers negotiate border security funding with the president — ending the longest government shutdown in U.S. history. “I am very proud to announce today that we have reached a deal to end the shutdown and reopen the federal government,” Trump said earlier on Friday, in a surprise development that thrilled hundreds of thousands of federal workers that have…

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RISE AND FALL OF “FEMALE STEVE JOBS”, ELIZABETH HOLMES

This is the story of Elizabeth Holmes, female tech billionaire who went from grace to grass. She crashed from a net worth of $4.5 billion to $0. Now she faces 20 years in prison. The name Elizabeth Holmes might not really ring a bell especially to those outside the United States. But trust me, she was almost as popular and influential as Steve Jobs. Everyone called her the “female Steve Jobs” and she began wearing black turtleneck sweaters just like…

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2019 AFC ASIAN CUP: ROAD TO THE SEMIFINALS

The tournament is currently underway in the United Arab Emirates and is now down to 4 teams battling for the cup from 24 that started the competition. The quadrennial event is currently in its 17th edition and already the defending champions have been knocked out by the hosts. Points worthy of note: This is the first year that the competition would be accommodating 24 teams. Previously, there were only 16 teams. Each team in a group plays a single round…

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Contact Details

Students’ Secretariat,

Ground floor, E.O. Oluwole Akande Building,

University College Hospital,

Ibadan,

Oyo State, Nigeria.

Tel:  +234 (0) 813 537 4183 | +234 (0) 817 946 0620

Email: ibadanmedicine[at]gmail[dot]com

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