Newsletter subscribe
Opinion

International Day of the Girl Child: Educate the Girl Child for The Nation to Prosper

Posted: October 11, 2018 at 12:35 pm   /   Opinion

Of all the women in the world, Oprah Winfrey is a standout. She is a perfect blend of the beauty and brain. Hers is the validation of the fact that the DNA of women is not wired to be an intellectual vegetable nor are her hands veined only to chop vegetables. But rather, when placed […]

No Comments read more

Reporter’s Dairy: My Adventure As An Election Observer In Osun

Posted: October 2, 2018 at 7:24 am   /   Opinion

The local government area where I observed the September 22nd governorship election was Oriade. The headquarters is at Ijebu-Jesa, unarguably the largest town in the area. The town had seventeen polling units. Like a classical Greek polis, the other surrounding towns are not as developed as this place. But each of this relatively small towns […]

No Comments read more

Nigeria @ 58: The dilemma of a nation – Growing up or Growing older?

Posted: October 1, 2018 at 3:49 pm   /   Opinion

As one begins to witness changes even beyond the physical composition in the growing metamorphosis, it whispers promises of freedom but, however, Nigeria at 58 raises a question: is the nation is growing up or growing older? While the latter depicts that the nation is getting more consumed by responsibilities the former shows that things […]

No Comments read more

Osun 2018: What prospects await Nigeria in 2019?

Posted: September 30, 2018 at 3:24 pm   /   Opinion

If not all, almost all Nigerians are much aware that the political atmosphere of Nigeria has always come with a tense, fear-inducing experience. One does not need to say again that Nigeria’s democracy is a governance system of the swiftest, as against the fittest. Almost everyone is conversant with the scorching realities that define our […]

No Comments read more

Reporter’s note on #OsunDecides

Posted: September 28, 2018 at 9:47 pm   /   Opinion

CAMPUS REPORTER’s Yusuf Akinpelu was in Ayedaade Local Government Area of Osun State during the just concluded governorship election in the state. He made a note of his observations. Enjoy, please. Economic activities on the low We — myself and my teammate — lodged in a hotel in Gbongan, Ayedaade LGA headquarters on Friday. Getting […]

No Comments read more

Students’ Victimization: Can Silence Still Be Golden?

Posted: August 20, 2018 at 7:41 pm   /   Opinion

Various scandals have been rocking our institutions since the beginning of this year. Some were exposed, while some are swept under the carpet because of fear. But the big question to ask ourselves is if “Silence is still Golden.” I was reading through a piece by a fellow campus journalist from Obafemi Awolowo University, Adejumo […]

No Comments read more

Journalism or public relations?

Posted: August 16, 2018 at 7:26 pm   /   Opinion

What are we saying? What are we writing? If it avoids the critical topics of the society, it’s not journalism. If it is not willing to step on toes, it is public relations. George Orwell said it all by defining it as a profession which prints what others don’t want to be printed. All others […]

No Comments read more

The Revelation of Employability after the Genesis of Big Grade Points

Posted: July 4, 2018 at 9:16 pm   /   Opinion

“Employability means that students have acquired the knowledge; skills, attributes, reflective disposition, and identity that they need to succeed in the workforce. The mark of a truly world-class institution is measured by what its graduates do after leaving”. Professor Idowu Olayinka had said this at the master class program which held on June 29 and […]

No Comments read more

FOR THE NOBLE NIGERIA: Thanking Our Leaders of Honour

Posted: March 6, 2018 at 9:56 am   /   Opinion

I remember being once told, a long time ago, about two men who happened to be victims of different but not unrelated experiences. One of them would hardly laugh but his eyes were usually a source of teary rainfall, as he experienced series of calamities intermittently bubbling at different times. The other one always had […]

No Comments read more

Is Nigeria still a country or are we now an animal kingdom?

Posted: February 23, 2018 at 6:53 pm   /   Opinion

With the series of emerging animal fables in the scheme of politics, we are indeed in a new episode of the animal farm. This is indeed a national embarrassment to the acclaimed giant of Africa. We had the era of Jackals and hyenas before now. A few days ago we heard of a Nigerian Monkey […]

No Comments read more