The first thing that strikes one about this lecturer of mine is the fluidity of his sentences. The second is his very peculiar accent. It is the type that leaves you lost and captivated, so much so that you are forced to focus on and listen to him. He had taken us a course during … Continue reading Hauwa shares an exception with us II
The news that kept me awake since last night is not the same as the one that broke my heart a few months ago, which later inspired my composition of the poem "Trauma". Though they both have similar effect, this one has nothing to do with the betrayal of love or trust. I would rather … Continue reading The Sins of Nigerian Students Activists: Femi Adeyeye and the Others|By David-Jack Aribima
I have taken myself back to mid last year when, in my hometown, I engaged in a very serious argument with some youths and, if you like, students union stakeholders. Defending my view, I made the following admission: "Some students union leaders have betrayed the struggle. True. Government has not really done much. No doubt. … Continue reading Students Union in Nigeria: Challenges and Prospects|By David-Jack Aribima
It is safe to say that one of the positive highlights of my second year in the university, and by extension, my ongoing journey in the university was/is encountering my Constitutional Law lecturer, Professor Aminu Kabeer. The experience was unexpected, as I had not heard of him before then. Our first class with him was … Continue reading Hauwa shares an exception with us.