Friday, January 18, 2019
 EPILOGUE The period following the release of our WASCE results was the period for job hunting and preparation for the almighty JAMB – the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board examination that granted entry into the university.   We promptly filled the JAMB...
My son has just put Matric behind him and I am very happy – perhaps happier than him. For one, the haunting spectre of having to cough up some seven thousand rand (about 500 US dollars) to re-enroll the...
The world is fast spinning and what was a means of entertainment is now being utilized as a tool of social criticism and political re-evaluation. The tides are changing and the unusual is becoming a norm. At least I...
Everyone has a story to tell. But most of the time, people tell tales about others rather than stories about themselves. We bring you the maiden edition of our series of true life stories designed to inform, inspire, educate and entertain. We...
Recap: What exactly did we do way back in secondary school? Read or study, neither or both?   PART 12: College Days (contd) If there was anything I loved doing in my secondary school days, it was reading the Literature books in...
Recap: Indeed my parents made a lot of sacrifice for me and my siblings that make me wish they had tarried a little bit more to enjoy the fruits of their labour. PART 11: College Days (contd) The first casualty of...
Recap: In Part 1, we saw some of the joys and pains of early childhood in a polygamous family. Part 2 takes us on my journey through primary school.   PART 2: In the Beginning (contd) My father ensured that my elder...
Governors of the 19 Northern Nigeria states on Friday, April 29, unanimously condemned the recent attacks in Agatu and Enugu in the southeast of the country, saying they were saddened by the attacks. The governors however berated those labelling...
Hello there! Hope you enjoyed our Special Edition. We return to our promise to examine causes of and remedies for Ambiguity in sentence construction. Ambiguity is vagueness, doubt, haziness or uncertainty of the meaning of what is said or written....
Welcome to Session 5 of the series. Let us begin with the exercise in Session 4. By the way, we’d like to salute those who attempted the exercise and sent their answers to editor@newsplus.ng. Hope you found our feedback useful.  Exercise...