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ICT: Three years on, Onimawo pilots AAU

At the Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Edo State, great things are happening at top speed. Prof. Ignatius Onimawo, the Vice-Chancellor, is carrying out unprecedented reforms, which has seen the university soaring to new heights. With e- Senate, e-learning, computer-based examinations, e-results, e-transcript, re-admissions and groundbreaking research initiatives and actions, the university is fast attaining the vice-chancellor’s vision of making AAU one of the best state universities and one of the ten best in Nigeria.

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God’s arms not too short to deliver in this perilous period!

Does God really exist? I am tempted to ask this all-important question because at this present age and time some think there is no God and don’t believe in His existence. How absurd? If you journey through life without stumbling blocks, you might attribute your little success to yourself instead of God. For instance, do you believe the Holy book, the bible was written by men and women through the inspiration of God? In the book of 2 Timothy 3:16, the Bible says through Apostle Paul “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.”

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2023: Case for a Christian president

CURRENT estimates put the Christian and Moslem population in Nigeria at almost par, though some estimates give a slight edge to Moslems in the country. While the North is predominantly Moslem, the South is predominantly Christian. Yet, these broad categories ignore significant populations of both faiths across both sections of the country. For instance, the Middle Belt and parts of the North East have significant Christian populations, while the South West has significant Moslem population.

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