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Class representatives are important to lecturers and students. For the lecturers, this role and the person taking it solves most of the problem associated with managing the sheer number of people taking their courses. For the students, they could really use someone to submit their assignments and take the fall for anything that happens. It […]

On October 7, we (the Jollof team) headed to Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire from Cape Coast, Ghana. Our experience in Ivory Coast started off on the wrong foot – arrogant officials at the border at Elubo and then, rude staff at the hotel we lodged at. It felt all too familiar; Abidjan reminded us of Lagos […]

You think you know the true value of money until you leave home for school. No, not your Secondary School hostel. The University, The Polytechnic, or anywhere else you have to spend a few years without your parents or anyone, really, breathing down your necks. The good thing about this is you could do whatever […]

It all began with a poll. But Nigerians wouldn’t have it, because Frank is in a league of his own, right? Of course, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire was the only thing parents didn’t have to force their kids to watch on the NTA network. As someone who begrudgingly watched a lot of the […]

Recently, while watching a TV programme, I saw a man being gifted an electric bike in a raffle draw, while I was pretty excited for him, I couldn’t help but wonder how weird this gift was considering the power situation in Nigeria. So began the foray of various scenarios in my head: Imagine if he […]

It’s been on the news for weeks, or maybe months, each report drawing more people to it. The dark mode feature is the newest sensation, especially since it took a chunk of coverage in the iOS 13 and Android 10 OS roll-outs, and let’s not forget that it is on Windows 10 and MacOS as […]

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