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KWASU MASS COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT HOLD HER FIRST PROFESSIONAL DAY

By Rasheed Lateef The department of Mass communication, kwara state university, Malete plans to hold her first professional day in conjunction with the Mass communication students’ association (MACOSA). The summit which is titled “MEDIA, FAKE NEWS AND 2019 GENERAL ELECTION” has been scheduled to hold on the 12th of April, …

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MONEY HAS REPLACED LOVE

By Muhammad Aisha Bolakale It is a pity that money has been valued more than love and it’s so sad we prayed for money and make it the basis of our coexistence not love. Nowadays, money has been the chase rather than love. The rich befriends one another and leave …

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THE POSITIVITY OF PHOTOGRAPHY

By Kamaludeen Mardhiyyah Nowadays, 70% of parents believe that smart phones are negatively impacting the youths relationships, social skills and attention span. But, the good news is they have ignited popularity in photography and globally change the ability to take and share high quality images. Whether using a traditional camera …

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DEPRESSION IS REAL BUT SUICIDE IS NOT AN OPTION

By Balkis A Ojo I know it’s hard right now but please keep your head up I know it’s rough but I believe things will get better You are a price, a gift and a treasure And I believe that you are gonna rise above the pressure Think before you …

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VERBAL ABUSE: OUR NEW FORM OF SLAVERY

By Blessing Toluwase Aiyenigba Visible chains and shackles are in extinct in the world of slavery,in the 21st century, I mean this computer age our involvement in the new form of slavery (verbal abuse) as gone haywire, so bad that we even use negative words to correct ourselves!Sach-Ericsson said “the …

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TIPS ON HOW TO STAY HEALTHY ON A BUDGET

By Oluwafemi Jeremiah Towoju Making a few simple lifestyle adjustments, without spending any money, or little amount of money can make a huge difference to your health and may well be easier to maintain in the long term, being cost effective and self-directed. Here are some tips on creating a …

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CORRUPTION, NO ONE IS AN EXCEPTION

By Ayanfeoluwa Fagbile You want to tell me you are not involved?Or do you want to tell me you have not been in d system qif corruption? No, you are cleared. Many of bus are corrupt yet we claim it is only politician who are involved. Charity the say begins …

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CROP YIELDS IMPACTS HAPPINESS IN A FARMERS LIFE

By Rukayat Ajoke Yusuf and Oluwadamilola Ogundele Crop yields are an essential aspect of every farmers day, impacting how profitable their farmland can be. Learning how to improve crop yields is key to successful farming, and access to new technologies and planting methods has given farmers an opportunity increase crop …

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MACOSA GETS VC’S NOD FOR VARSITY PROJECT

By Adegboye Mumeen The Vice-Chancellor, Kwara State University, Malete, Professor AbdulRasheed Na’Allah, has given the approval to the Mass Communication Students´ Association (MACOSA) to execute her first physical project in the University. The President of the association, Comrade Habeeb Daranijo, made this known yesterday in an interview with our correspondent …

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