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UNN’s ASUU hails FG’s releases N1.3b earned allowance

Federal government has released a whopping sum ofN1,.3 billion earned allowances to Academic Staff Union of universities, university of Nigeria , Nsukka chapter.

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ABUAD hospital matches best in the world — Health Minister

WHEN in 2010 Are Afe Babalola (SAN) kicked off academic session at the Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti, ABUAD, little did Nigerians know that the institution would become a standard for federal, state and private universities. The private institution sited on over 1,000 hectares of land, directly opposite the Federal Polytechnic in Ado-Ekiti, boasts of world class facilities. 

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SAY YES TO LIFE-SOAR! (3)

Since the beginning of time it has never entered the consciousness of humankind that a man could actually step on the moon. In fact, a human being standing on the moon was ruled out as impossibility. However, a little boy’s imagination soared and he mentally saw himself stepping on the moon. He grew into manhood and accomplished the trailblazing feat and in reality he became the first human being to step on the moon. The legendary Neil Amstrong was interviewed after the historic feat, he said, “Ever since I was a little boy, I dreamed that I would do something important in aviation.” People looked at their history to determine what was realistic but Neil Amstrong looked into his imagination to define what was realistic. The fact is: you create your reality by what you mentally see and what you mentally picture is what you believe and this shapes your actions and produces your reality.

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Cowbellpedia winner gets foreign scholarship

AYODELE Akinkuowo, the 2015 Senior category winner of the Cowbellpedia Secondary Schools Mathematics TV Quiz Show, has secured a scholarship to study Aeronautic Engineering at the University of Moscow, Russia. Promasidor Nigeria Limited, the makers of Cowbell Milk brand and sponsors of the Quiz Show also donated $2,500 in appreciation of the feat by a ‘Cowbellpedia Ambassador.’

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