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Dr.Yetunde Zaid Wins Fulbright African Research Scholar Grants

By: Dayo Fasasi

The head of the Readers Services Department at University of Lagos Library, Dr. Yetunde Zaid, achieved the remarkable feat and broke a new ground, by becoming the First Female Librarian in Nigeria to be awarded the Fulbright African Research Scholar Grants for the 2016/2017 Academic year. 105 more words

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9 Year Old writes A book On The Plight Of Farmers

By: Dayo Fasasi

A 9-year-old Nigerian author, Bisola Lucas who recently completed her elementary education at the Temitope Elementary School, was born into the family of Mr. 360 more words

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How Ghostbusters Mirrors Feminism in the United States

Women’s rights has evolved in the United States.  In the last 100 years, women have earned the right to vote, can go to college for high paying jobs, can divorce their husband, participate in college and professional sports and can have a voice in society.  1,454 more words

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Revisiting Transformers: The Movie 30 Years Later and How It Compares to Transformers Today

For all children of the 80s, you can show him or her a picture of a Generation 1 (G1) Transformer and they will definitely recognize what it is and that the Transformer is from his or her childhood.  1,531 more words

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911 what's your emergency?

Where should I start?

I haven’t blogged since early June……

I’m behind with my marathon training……..

Oh and the small matter of an ultra in just 12 weeks…… 255 more words

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An Introduction

Who am I? Why am I here? These apparently are the two first questions I should be asking myself as I (finally) dive into this blog. 316 more words

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Nigerian Bar Association Elects New President

By: Dayo Fasasi

Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has recently elected Mr. Abubakar Balarabe Mahmoud as their new President.

Mahmoud, emerged victorious in eagerly contested election on Monday, after gathering 3055 votes to defeat contender Joe-Kyari Gadzama, who polled 2,384 votes. 41 more words

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