TEMPUS FUGIT

Lemme tell you about this thing that happened to me in my second year of med school less than two decades ago. I hadn’t failed any exam ever in my life before then, but that year I had become very active in an adolescents and young people advocacy group, which I had joined late into […]

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LAW STUDENTS AND OBEDIENCE

A situation is trending all over social media in Nigeria. The case of a student at the law school who wasn’t called to the bar because of inappropriate wear. The entire scenario, as is typical with all social media controversies, has now degenerated into religious spat. What is the issue? A lady, Abdulsalaam Firdausa Amasa […]

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LONDON CHRONICLES (14): NEW YEAR

The depths of winter. Everywhere was cold. Rainfall was incessant but mainly showers. None of the tropical storms from back home. Materials covered in Term 1 were relatively familiar and he had done his best and scaled easily without too much reading. It was also a lonely winter. He could have travelled home but he […]

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NIGERIAN FEMINISM & INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

‘Luoye my friend, this morning greeted me with “HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY”, and it triggered a conversation, that left him wondering thus – “In this era of gender fluidity, Is it still necessary to celebrate a gender based day?” We thereafter went further to dissect the ramifications of this day as it relates to women […]

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