15 Facts About Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria

Ahmadu Bello University
1. The school operates 4 campuses, the most popular being Kongo and Samaru. The Samaru Campus is the institution's main campus which houses its administrative buildings and most of its faculties. (Wikipedia) 2. There are over 90,000 students in ABU running different programmes ranging from diploma and undergraduate to postgraduate. (Empirically) 3. The Faculty of Law and the Departments of History, Urban and Regional Planning, Local Government & Development Studies and few others have neve...
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My Food Experience In Babcock University

Babcock University indeed is a good school that has, over the great years, produced great of first class and overall great students who by one way or the other helped the society and also impacted in one’s day to day lives. Babcock University has a great number of students from different parts of the country and who they have to cater for in terms of accommodation, security, power (light), feeding and religion etc. But I would be talking about the feeding system in Babcock University. I finis...
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6 Foods Every Nigerian University Student Can Relate With

GARRI: This one has been saving the lives of Nigerians since university education began. Some of them come to school every semester with at least half bag of garri to see them through the semester. Guys are more into the garri thing than girls. NOODLES: Anyone who invented noodles totally had Nigerian students in mind. Hardly a day goes by without noodles in the belly of students. BEANS: Nigerian students and beans are inseparable. Male students feel they love it more than the girls but a trip...
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Importance Of Education And Role Of Family In Education

Education is necessary for every human being since they are born in order to increase their own individual and social life quality. Even though people can be self-taught, they definitely need someone else to educate them too. The most important education comes with the family because family is the fundamental of type of education. Therefore, it is significantly important to talk about the role of the family in education together with the importance of education. We prepared a detailed article th...
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Fashion Among Nigerian Students

ONE thing that is sure among Nigerian students is that despite the economic downturn, they have braced themselves to look good. Looking good, according to them, is one means of survival rather than wallowing in agony. Speaking to Quadlife, Tunde Oyeyemi, a student of one of the nation’s universities said that it is quite easy for male students to maintain their dress sense despite the harsh economic realities as they don’t have to worry over makeup, latest fashion and hairdo. Oyeyemi said tha...
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Campus Health Basics for University Freshers

Your university days may be some of the most transformative and memorable moments in your young adult life. Those days may ultimately lay the framework for your future and many important life choices and habits you will continue to follow, especially when pertaining to your health. Nonetheless, it’s crucial for students to take full control of their health early on and more so become aware of the following issues that may severely impact their health and wellness while living on campus. Dati...
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106 Universities For 2019 Nigerian University Games

About 106 universities are expected to participate in the forthcoming 26th edition of Nigerian University Games Association (NUGA) games to be hosted by the University of Lagos in November 2019. The Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Oluwatoyin T. Ogundipe disclosed this yesterday when he led a delegation of the University’s principal officers to the Lagos state office of Media Trust Limited. “The first time we hosted NUGA games was in 1968, the second time was in 1978 and the thir...
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How Student Unions In Nigeria Have Slowly Decayed Over The Years

Since the National Union of Nigerian Students was formed in the 1940s, student unions in Nigeria have been a major pressure group. In the past, student unions were renowned for challenging government policies on education and other national issues, and they were generally considered credible. In 1960, for instance, there was a student union protest against the federal government’s intended defense agreement with Great Britain, and the government eventually bowed to the pressure and cancelled t...
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Three Probations Did Not Stop Me From Getting Two Degrees At The Same Time – Korede Ajeniya

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