Arts/Culture & Books

From Primary To Tertiary, Here Is My Diary (Part 17)

February 24, 2024, NewsOrientBooks, Arts, CultureBy Dapo Thomas As I picked the stone, I wasn’t sure what to do with
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From Primary To Tertiary, Here Is My Diary (Part 16)

February 17, 2024 NewsOrientBooks, Arts, CultureBy Dapo Thomas Alfa Ligali must be right with his Abiku deductive logic. Sometimes, I
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From Primary To Tertiary, Here Is My Diary (Part 15)

February 10, 2024 NewsOrientBooks/ArtsBy Dapo Thomas I returned from school to find out that Iya Ibadan was sick. She was
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From Primary To Tertiary Here Is My Diary (Part 14)

February 3, 2024 NewsOrientBooks & ArtsBy Dapo Thomas Immediately Iya Ibadan delivered her homily on: “The GOD WHO sees but
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From Primary To Tertiary Here Is My Diary (Part 13)

January 27, 2024 NewsOrientBooks & ArtsBy Dapo Thomas Surulere was a bubbling area in the late 1960s and all through
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Buhari: Can We Speak Evil Of The Living Legend?

January 21, 2024 NewsOrientOpinion/ColumnBy Ikeddy ISIGUZO MUHAMMADU Buhari, former President of Nigeria, has no spartan expectations when he is praised.
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From Primary To Tertiary, Here Is My Diary (Part 12)

January 20, 2024 NewsOrient Books/Arts By Dapo Thomas Determined to explore the opportunities inherent in formal competitive football tournaments and
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From Primary To Tertiary, Here Is My Diary (Part 11)

January 13, 2024 NewsOrientBy Dapo Thomas, Books/Arts & Culture Baba Offa walked into the sitting room and the atmosphere changed.
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Otti Welcomes First Private University To Operate In Umuahia, Abia State Capital

January 9, 2024 NewsOrientNews/Education Abia State Governor, Dr. Alex Otti, has expressed government’s willingness to support promoters of private tertiary
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This Hunger, This Anger!

January 9, 2024 NewsOrientPoem/Literature By Chris Anyokwu This Hunger, This Anger! By Chris Anyaokwu When hot cakes of hope deferred
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