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In the early hours of Wednesday, 13th October 2021, Chidiume Kenneth Ekene, a 100 level physiology student in the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu University was found ablaze at a corner in a student lodge where he resides-Kosi lodge, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu University, School front, Uli, Anambra State. The West African Pilot News gathered from his close friends that he was quickly rushed to the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi, but did not make it as he is...

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Oct. 5 is recognized internationally as World Teachers’ Day to observe the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 UNESCO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Teachers, around the world. This event was first celebrated in 1994. To further mark this event in the editorial context, our correspondent, Favour Ebube talked to two Nigerian-based scholars, Professor Simeon Dosunmu, a Professor of Sociology of Education, Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, Lagos State University, and Dr....

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A Flicker of Hope (The Ninth Month Reminder) When the roof of your expectation is covered in the emptiness of withered dreams fallen from your years of labour instead of the thuddings of the ripened fruit; When you thought green leaves meant big fruits only to find budding dreams breaking from the enduring branch of actualisation to meet death on the ground; When dry woods remind you of a dry nation soon to be burnt down together...

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The West African Pilot Features   By Favour Chiagozie Ebubechukwu, Staff Reporter & Features Writer   Seated on a wooden chair, there in my house, an evening came by to keep me company. She looked simple but I noticed she had some escorts. They were three in number: a rumbling cloud looking like some fairly used newspaper, a whistling and roaming breeze, and a gang of some chattering trees. They had to wait outside because my...

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The West African Pilot Features   By Favour Chiagozie Ebubechukwu, Special Features Writer   Right there, squeezed amongst twelve students on a seat for five, I pondered on what our lecturer had just said. A trend had happened over the weekend on the subject of gender equality. Aggression and rage from the male to the female and vice versa filled the internet. It was the first day of school week, so the aftermath was fresh...

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