Africa: Late Charity Iriobe, a lifetime of service and supportiveness

Late Charity Iriobe: a lifetime of service and supportiveness “Looking at the crowd that is gathered here today, it’ll be hard for anyone who never met Charity in her lifetime to comprehend all of this. Her presence electrifies her surroundings and anywhere she steps into”. Those where the words that Elder Enema Anokwuru, a travel writer and friend of the […]

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Africa: Top 7 Confraternities in Nigeria and their history as Italy jails 3 Black Axe cultists

For those of you who don’t know how the various cult groups came into being in tetiary institutions in Nigeria, here’s a brief to further broaden your spectrum. Most of the publications I have read on the subject of cultism seem to agree that what is known as “secret cults” in tertiary institutions in Nigeria started when the Pyrates Confraternity […]

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Unilag produces first graduate with a perfect 5.0 GPA

Daniel Dada Ayodele, will be the star to watch out for during the 2014/2015 Convocation of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) next week. He made a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.00, which the Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof Rahamon Bello described as a perfect score record during a pre-convocation briefing Wednesday. Bello said the Psychology student is […]

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