Saturday, August 15, 2020
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Digital Skill and Employability MasterClass E-Review. In kick starting this E-REVIEW, we should take a cue on why this is necessary.We are aware the world plays host to an array of...
It is no more news that Tai Solarin University of Education SIWES program has commenced since August 19th, 2019.To this end, we are expected to get the logbook from the SIWES office which will be used for...
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The history of students' unionism in Nigeria can be traced to the ‘West African Student’s Union’ which was founded in London on August 7, 1925 by a group of twenty one law students led by Ladipo Solanke and Herbert Bright.
Students' Union in the past is the body comprises of intellectuals, good and sound students who have the vision that; it is compulsory on their own part to support the movement for the freedom of those they represent.
Students' Unionism in the past is glaringly featured as a villa where fresh and steady heads, breads courage, bravery, and of course knowledge and readiness for advanced governance.