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RANDOM THOUGHTS: WHY YOU SHOULD READ

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Lately, I've been experiencing some kind of writer's block. I try to write but I am blank. The words aren't coming out. My interest in this blog has waned. However, this blog will continue. I know the block is temporary but I feel pained at the time it's taking me to get over this.

I want to write but I struggle to string sentences together. I'll force it. I can't wait any longer. If you find the following article on reading disjointed, hold writer's block responsible and pardon me. Here we go...

In your quest for academic excellence, never neglect a good reading habit. You can't escape reading if you aspire to be at the top or desirous of a good understanding of your course of study.

At present, many great ideas in our world are hidden in books. Not even this 21st century digital age has been able to effect a change.

Hard copy books, unlike its digital counterpart, are a faithful companion to the average student.
The student scours through several pages i…

SORRY

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Lately, it's been pretty difficult updating this blog. I do sincerely apologise to my esteemed readers. Things will get normal in the coming days.

HOW I EMERGED BEST GRADUATING STUDENT IN MY UNIVERSITY– IRETI AKINSOLA

Ireti Akinsola, the Best Graduating Student of the 2015/2017 set at Crawford University, Igbesa, Ogun State, has spoken about how she achieved the feat.

She also said the current national economic recession is an opportunity for the country to develop its other sectors.

Ms. Akinsola, a Geology graduate with CGPA of 4.89, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Lagos that the over-reliance on oil had greatly affected other sectors of the economy such as the solid minerals.

“I think this recession should have taught us a big lesson not to put all our eggs in one basket. It is time for us to wake up to the challenge.

“We need to develop other sectors that can equally earn us what we are deriving from oil if not more, especially our solid minerals.

“Nigeria has abundant mineral resources that can earn us equivalent of what we are earning from oil if not more than that.

“We are talking about diversification and it’s just mere mentioning, no real efforts geared towards making su…