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Adeshewa Bedspreads and Duvet rolls out Christmas Promo

Interestingly, the MD and CEO of Adeshewa bedspreads and duvet,Ms Adeshewa, has rolled out a special Christmas promo for her clients .

The delectable owner of the online store adjudged one of the best by scocialites and celebs decided to put a smile on her clients by doing a 20 percent promo on her products . 

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Niger Delta Vultures after me says Akpabio

The minister of Niger Delta and former Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Senator Godswill Akpabio has denied the insinuation going round that he collected money from the former Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission(NDDC), Mr Isima Ekere or any other individual for that matter. He described this allegation as spurious and part of the conspiracy of those who have been milking the resources meant for the development of the Niger Delta for the past 19 years. It is part of their effort to frustrate the forensic audit of the accounts of the NDDC ordered by President Mohammadu Buhari.
For the avoidance of doubt, Senator Akpabio states categorically that he has not received any kobo from anyone in the NDDC or any other agency of government and would want anyone who has any claim to the contrary to come out openly to lay the fact bear before the public. This is a case of corruption fighting back because they have not foreseen that a forensic audit of the accounts of the commission could ever be ordered.
To him, he had always handled any assignment given him with courage and forthrightness and this was why his stride in Akwa Ibom was described as uncommon transformation. He completely transformed the landscape of Akwa Ibom with landmarks projects like the Godswill Akpabio Stadium also known as the Nest of Champions and several roads network in the state capital and across the entire state.
He assures the people of the Niger Delta that he would not fail on the mandate given him by Mr President to make a great impact on the development of the region for the next four years. He bears no grudge against anyone and would rather focus on how to best deliver on this mandate. He called on the people of the Niger Delta and indeed Nigerians to support him to deliver on the Next level promises of Mohammadu Buhari for the nation.

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Lovers of TB Joshua Vows to deal with Social media platforms Propagating Fake News,Hate speech Against Him.

Of a truth, the decision of the federal Government to sanitize the social media space is a welcome idea as the issue of fake news and hate speech is totally out of control.

Sadly, one of the hard hit by these fake news and hate speech syndrome is none than the international acclaimed prophet TB Joshua of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations.

“ We as lovers of prophet TB Joshua within and around the globe welcome this development with open hand. We know T.B Joshua would not agreed with this decision but we have decided to take it upon ourselves to collaborate with government and deal decisively with those mediums being used to spread false News and hate speech against a man who has been a blessing to Nations of the world”.

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Federal Government, Nasarawa State Government disburse loans To 500 Women

The Federal Government in collaboration with the Nasarawa State Government, has disbursed loans to 500 women and youths under the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) Micro Enterprise Enhancement Scheme (MEES) in the state.
The loans were disbursed to the beneficiaries by the Governor of Nasarawa State, His Excellency, Engr. Abdulkadir A. Sule, in company of the Honourable Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, SAN, at the Nasarawa State Government House, Lafia.

The Minister of State said the empowerment programme was in line with President Muhammadu Buhari’s concern about the poor and the less privileged, and the need to improve their economic status. 
Keyamo said that in addition to the disbursement of loans to 500 women and youths, the Federal Government has plans to train 50 persons each from all the local government areas in the state on special skills as part of efforts to lift the people out of poverty.

Speaking, the Governor of Nasarawa State, Engr Abdullahi A. Sule, thanked the Federal Government for coming to their aid to support the people of State with empowerment programmes. “The amount may not mean a lot to some people but it means a lot to majority of the beneficiaries because that is the working capital they need”, he said.
He thanked the Minister of State for Labour and Employment for the additional 50 beneficiaries that would not only be trained but will be given the tools to work with. “They will have training, tools and support to be out of poverty. During the selection, we will be honest to select those that are truly in need so that they can benefit maximally from it.

The Governor then donated 304 hectares of land to the National Directorate of Employment for Vocational and Agricultural Training Centre in Nasarawa State.
Earlier, the Director-General, National Directorate of Employment, Dr Nasir Mohammed Ladan Argungu, said that as part of its mandate, the Directorate run skill acquisition programmes aimed at creating employment through entrepreneur skills development.

“Our aim is to ensure that the Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) of Mr. President, and his promise to Nigerians to take out 100million Nigerians out of poverty in the next ten years becomes a reality”.
He thanked the State Government for providing land to NDE to build its permanent office in the state.

He said that the event was to flag off MEES to 500 beneficiaries from Nasarawa State adding that the disbursement of the loans was on its first phase, and more were in the pipeline.

Tunde Moshood 
SA, Media and Communications

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I want to play an active role in building a better FESSU _ Akomolafe Jide (Aare of peace)

In an interview with the presidential candidate for the post of president for the Federation of Ekiti  State Students Union,  he asserted his goals for contesting.

Cyrus: Can we meet you?

Aare of peace: I’m Akomolafe Jide-Petkoff by name, fondly called Aare of Peace.

I am a Part 3 student of the Department of Critical Thinking which is popularly addressed as Philosophy, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State, Nigeria.

An Igede Ekiti indigene of Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area, Ekiti State.

An aspirant hopeful that I will be elected as 2018 National President of Federation of Ekiti State Students’ Union

Cyrus: Let me start from your name,  why do people call you Aare of peace?

Aare of peace: The name Aare of Peace is a historical name but I will be succinct.

Hmm, I contested for Igede Ekiti Students’ Union National Presidency in year 2015 and from all indications before the election was disrupted by some unknown persons, winning was certain.

The disruption of the election caused chaos in my community then which caught the attention of the King and relevant stakeholders of the town.

I as an aspirant and my opponent was invited to a reconciliation meeting and way forwards by the Oba-in-Council as represented by the then Igede-Heritage Progressive Association National President and other important stakeholders of the Union.

After series of consultations and discussion, I stepped down my ambition for peace to reign.

My supporters were annoyed but I had to calm them and lead them to the swearing in ceremony personally.

Prior to this, some persons started calling me Agent of Peace, some Ambassador of Peace, some Aare Alaafia, some Aare of Peace but I found the Aare of Peace has the most suitable and thus, adopted it as my political name.

So people gave it to me.. Smiles

Cyrus: How did you imbibe the spirit of unionism to the extense of contesting for the Apex post of president?

Aare of Peace :  I have been in students’ unionism for over six years, as a matter of fact I had my first elective position as a Town Senator representing my Hometown at the Local Government Students’ Union in 2014.

If Unionism was to be an enterprise I have served as his driver, messenger and Chief servant.

Recently, that’s on 1st April, 2018 I handed over as National President of Igede Ekiti Students’ Union.

I have imbibe the spirit of Unionism all along well given various positions I have served. If I should start recounting leadership position I have held in the Union, it is over 15 that is to tell anyone out there that I am not a newcomer to unionism particularly FESSU National.

I am not an opportunist who sees FESSU NATIONAL Presidency as a position to compensate myself but I have seen apex position of Presidency as a position of call to service.

I am running on a well built personality and good human inter personal relationship which I have built.

Cyrus: Ok

Cyrus: In all this your commitments, can you tell us some of your past achievements succinctly?

Aare of peace: I have always tried making impacts in positions I hold, that’s why when I list my achievements, people will always see something like first of its kind.

When I had my first elective position in Union as a Senator then, I wondered why our Students’ Union legislators don’t think about having a life impacting program as a means of giving back to the forces that sent them there. Then, I organized a life impacting program for students of my constituency with major focus on those secondary school students. We had that program on February 15th 2015 and it was the first of its kind in our Local government students union and even in my town.

As Igede Ekiti Students’ Union National President, I was able to facilitate disbursement of bursary awards to over 120students; 25 beneficiaries benefitted from a bursary scheme which is 100% more than the State Government’s bursary.

There are still other achievements but your request of being succinct will make me stop here.. Smiles

Cyrus: It is well understood that  FESSU  national body is a minute association,  what prompted you to go for that enormous post… As in the whole post of president

Aare of peace: Smiles… Let me quickly correct a notion that FESSU National is a minute association, it is the National body of the over one million Ekiti State students both at home and diaspora.

Yeah, to your question… Senators, students have been asking me that question, so Press too will ask me… Smiles.

It is humbly to inform you that why Aare of Peace is contesting cannot be disconnected from the reason that:

“I want to play an active role in building a better Federation of Ekiti State Students’ Union.”

Aare of peace: In the best traditions of our Union, I am determined to set things right, restoring the vital center. The problem of communication network has affected active participation of our various chapters, a well restructured FESSU National with coordinating axis will be restored by me as I will definitely replace outmoded ideologies with a new vision anchored in basic, enduring values: opportunity for all, responsibility from all, a National President of all Ekiti Students.

Aare of peace :  When I said I want to play an active role in building a better FESSU National, I mean it.

I want to be the FESSU National President who puts our Union back at the heart of all students. This will see us going back to basics. Getting the simple things right that really matters to students and taking us to core of what our UNION was founded on; getting every students a quality education. This will see my Presidency and National Leadership agitating for more educational benefits for teeming Ekiti students.

Cyrus: Hmm…  There’s a rumor going around that you are not a student at all, what do you say concerning that?

Aare of peace: It is very funny when I hear people spreading rumors against a fellow aspirant. Our campaigns should be devoid of attacks, this thing for crying loud sake is not do or die.

Someone said something the last time I wrote against one of their propaganda, he said someone above you will never spread propaganda against you it is only someone below you trying to attain what you have that will try such.

Let me state it categorically, that I am a Part three student of Department of Philosophy, Obafemi Awolowo University,  Ile Ife.

Will the Head of Department of Philosophy or the Division of Students’  Affairs sign my form for me if I am not a student.

Where they are mixing it up is that they might have presumably thought that when I contested for FESSU National General Secretary I was in Part three but surprisingly, I contested as a Part One student then.

The Electoral Commission will definitely verify the credentials I submitted with my election nomination form.

*Aare of peace* :To an extent I  can say I am prepared for a free and fair election devoid of any tactical manipulation.

I have a confidence which is rooted in God and trust in the distinguished Senators that I will emerge Insha Allah.

I can boldly assert that I have communicated with everyone concerned and I am optimistic that they will take the wise decision.

There is no better auspicious time than now to make our Union continuously great. Together, we shall rebrand and make FESSU National great.

Cyrus: Do you have any other comment to make?

: Thanks for your time so far Mr Aare of Peace

Aare of peace : Most definitely, I have and it centers on aspirants spreading propaganda that I am the anointed candidate of the State Government endorsed through the outgoing National President.

Let it be noted that I am a student of the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife and my unionism ideology has been rooted in the Great ideological belief.

My ambition has not planned by any leader, I am a product of my thoughts not any leader.

It is expected just like any other aspirant that I make consultations and seek for support.

I am not an anointed candidate which ambition was stage planned, I have been the architect of my ambition.

I humbly solicit for the support of the Senators, it is humbly to expect them to support

They should believe in actions and not words. This is why I don’t promise much but I can assure them that they won’t regret supporting me.

That’s is an assurance.

That’s is a pledge.

Aare of peace : I really appreciate the wonderful moment with you Sir

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“NUESA Fin.Sec & Gen.Sec have always been involved since the beginning of the faculty of Education sign post. Nothing was hidden from them” says Fatoyinbo Gafar SOCRATES


_By Fatoyinbo Gafar O. (Socrates), President, NUESA OAU, Ile-Ife, (2016/2017 parliamentary session)_
_Thursday, 15th February, 2018._

Greetings to the generality of NUESITES. Trust our exams have been great. It’s quite expedient I give response to the claims levelled against me on the production of the faculty sign post. I stand to inform the entirety of NUESITES that the idea of producing a faculty sign post was never accidental but a thought borne out of the decision to give cognizance to the views of a sizeable number of NUESITES who were always of the opinion that the  faculty sign post among other faculty items such as the marker boards in the lecture rooms upstairs have lost its befittingness and that replacement is long overdue. In an attempt to achieve this, a joint decision was taken at an executive meeting that the faculty sign post (electronic version) should be produced and that by the virtue of the constitutional duties of the President in setting up sub committees as circumstances warrant. Subsequently, a  five (5) man committee was instituted comprising of the General Secretary, Financial Secretary, the deputy speaker, a Congress man and the President with the sole responsibility of putting in place the board. The financial Secretary being a member of the committee was asked to prepare the estimate of the entire items proposed for the administration’s capital projects which he subsequently prepared and got it forwarded to the house through the B&F committee.
Greatest NUESITES! Articulate NUESITES!!

It’s worthy for me to state here without the fear of any garrulous critics that the ratification process of the capital projects was not a hitch free one as political differences and myopic interest of some involved persons affected the process which nearly killed the idea. Please recall that several attempts were made by some persons in the parliament to frustrate the wheel of progress by seeing the association capital project as a prey to the collection of the unjustified refreshments allowance for parliamentarians. The differences beclouded the interest of some members of the committee who acted as sympathizers for the Parliamentarians especially as the issues couldn’t get resolved until it caught the attention of the faculty management where the idea of the refreshments was put to rest in the presence of a NUESITE (Oyebanjo Oluwaseun), the speaker, the clerk of the parliament, Fadodun Philips Olawale (Positive), Hon. AZED, Hon. Sirdam. Siewen’s attention was subsequently sought for by the Dean of the Faculty being a union officer from the faculty stating that he should serve as the intermediary between the two parties and also charged with “giving report to the faculty leadership and the advisory body from time to time on the successful execution of the project and  bringing for resolve, any suspicious fracas capable of springing up crisis that can lead to the proscription of the association at a later time”. Hence, a justification for his involvement in the production process and even right from the ESRC refreshment/pet coke saga.

Greatest NUESITES! Articulate NUESITES!!

Without burying the truth, let it be made known that the execution of the capital projects (faculty sign post and public address system) was never done without the involvement of the committee members. Although, not all the members were actively involved. Even at that, majority of the committee members sincerely and honestly partook in the process from the onset to the point of delivery.

Recall that the public address system purchased at Love of God stores, Moore, Ile-Ife was done in the company of 3 members (The Fin.Sec, Gen.Sec & I) of the committee on Wednesday, 29th November, 2017 signaling the participation of the majority of the members in the process.
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Let me make it known for the sake of posterity that the negotiation process for the engineer who will best handle the project was made with three different persons but couldn’t materialize due to the outrageous price demanded for by the persons contacted.On two different occasions, one of the engineers was contacted in the presence of the financial Secretary at the NUESA SECRETARIAT where a huge amount of #250,000 was demanded for by the engineer having given him the description of what we wanted (electronic sign post that will be a replica of faculty of Law sign post) but in the end we couldn’t go further considering the purse of the association. The said contractor can be for the sake of confirmation contacted on the number 08062487954.

Greatest NUESITES! Articulate NUESITES!!

The engineer who eventually got the contract works at the University’s agricultural engineering department (suggested by a well meaning NUESITE) who was negotiated with on the sign post at Agric. Engr Depart, done in the presence of General Secretary while the Financial Secretary had to take permission in preparation for a continuous assessment he was to write the following day. It was at that point that a sum of #150,000 was agreed for the construction of the project.

_Let me also as a matter of exigency state that the sign post promised was not in structure a replica of faculty of Law sign post as against the info being reported, but a replica in the fact that it’s going to be an electronic version_. Pls, recall that faculty of Law sign post was not made by the Law students’ society but law class of 2015 and was reportedly sponsored by the faculty Alumni and was equally handled by a construction company according to a former president of Law students’ Society. Hence, the probability of it being of greater quality than ours and as such considering its quality, an average engineer won’t give consent in making such board for anything less than #250,000 reference to the 1st Engineer contacted earlier.

Greatest NUESITES! Articulate NUESITES!! Let me also add that in the course of defending the budget at a meeting with the budgetary and finance committee of the house on the proposed amount for the sign post, I deemed it fit to challenge the committee to come up with an engineer who could make the sign post at a lesser price after all, it is an association project in which any well meaning student of the faculty can make reasonable suggestion on how the project can best be executed but no suggestion was given by the committee nor the B & F.
Greatest NUESITES! Articulate NUESITES!!

Having made the first part of payment for the project, the contractor was given a two weeks ultimatum to deliver the project unfortunately, the agreement was truncated by the NASU industrial action thereby making the engineer to take the project out of the campus for production. It is also worthy to note that the project would have been delivered long before now but was  stampeded by the Treasurer, Osuolale Godwin who at different point in time fled so as not remit the remaining part of the money needed for the project. I must commend the financial Secretary for his regular calls in the course of the last break in monitoring the situation and the progress of the board and there was no point in time that I made anything hidden on the production process.

Let me also state here for emphasis that High Show and Hay Why for more than three times accompanied me to the engineer’s workshop at Olasode, Ife city for monitoring of the project. NEITHER THE ENGINEER NOR THE WORKPLACE WAS EVER UNKNOWN TO THEM.
During any of these periods at the workplace, none of the members was raising eyebrows on the size or the quality of the sign post in fact they were always willing to commend the engineer for a job well done but that the delivery process should be hastened as the administration was preparing to bow out. The committee was never a one man business and I must inform the generality of NUESITES that the two gentlemen never at any time questioned the quality of the work or service being rendered even in the presence of the engineer at his workplace.

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About a month ago, precisely, 25th January, 2018, I was also accompanied by the General Secretary and Financial Secretary to the workshop of the printer who handled the plastic part of the sign post after a sum amount of #45,000 had already been paid in catering for the remaining 30% of the project money which was even counted in cash by the Financial Secretary himself out of his handbag. An average NUESITE of enviable intelligence would at this point want to assert that it was quite irrational of the financial Secretary to give his consent to the payment of 30% balance for a work that he believes is substandard, not like that of the Faculty of Law and even with the fact that the engineer claimed the work has gotten to 70% as at that time. In fact, the inscription on the plastic illustrating Faculty of Education as well as the list of the departments was equally seen and okayed by the duo of General Secretary and Financial Secretary with no disapproving gestures of any form. A pointer to the fact that they were satisfied with the nature of the work. Thus, no objection or suggestion or correction from the duo till this point.

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I must at this point inform you that after much delays from the engineer, the much anticipated project was completed on Saturday, 10th February, 2018 and we were told to come for it the following day (Sunday). Upon getting the information on the completion of the work, the financial secretary and the General Secretary as well as other executives of the cabinet were informed immediately on the preparation for carrying the sign post and that interested exco(s) should endeavour to be on ground for the erection.

Greatest NUESITES! Articulate NUESITES!!

On Sunday, 11th February, 2018, again, in the company of the General Secretary (High Show), Financial Secretary (Hay Why) and Oyebanjo Oluwaseun (Siewen) the sign post was gone for and none of the attendees put forward any complaints neither on the quality nor the size of the sign post even when one would have expected the most unpalatable and disheartening comments from them but rather than condemn the sign post, they all registered their satisfaction and gave kudos to the handler, a clear precursor to the action of the Financial Secretary for posting happily online the pictures of the sign post immediately it was mounted at the faculty. In fact, I even asked _”Ay hope the board is okay sha, High Show say something…”_ No iota of condemnation was made even at this point by them. Well, I’m not surprised at them trying to pass derogatory comments recently, it only depicts their leadership inconsistencies.

Greatest NUESITES! Articulate NUESITES!!
I make bold to asset that the approved some of #150,000 meant for the production of the board was paid to the contractor with utmost sense of transparency and I equally want to put it to you for the sake of undiluted information that on no account have I negotiated for personal interest nor aggrandizement without the knowledge of the committee members. Every necessary information about the production of the sign post from the point of negotiation till the delivery as well as the detail of the engineer is very much intact and I charge anyone who wishes to make further findings to please do so for the sake of record and reckoning.
In fact, it isn’t even as if the project was done at Ibadan or in my home town. Naturally speaking & sentiments apart, if I had anything to hide, would I have made the duo (Fin.Sec & Gen.Sec know the workplace? Yet, both the workplace, the engineer, the painter’s workshop were made known to them. It’s essential for me to also state here that politics has engulfed the heart of some persons and such is being allowed to manifest in their thinking and interest concerning the signpost. I’m not surprised although, it’s painful.

Greatest NUESITES! Articulate NUESITES!!

I will not come here to defend unsubstantiated info neither will I feed you with misleading claims and that’s why I would always make bold to assert that the production of the sign post was painstakingly done in good faith and with great intention for the faculty and it’s been receiving bunch of dissenting opinions from different quarters, bunch of commendations and statements of condemnations from far and near. Of course, such is inevitable. But NEVER will I decide to go rich on the sweat of NUESITES and won’t for no reason go against the oath of office I attested to while assuming office.

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I admit the fact that this is a Titanic struggle but I trust I will be vindicated by the truth and nothing less. I appreciate the consciousness of NUESITES in ensuring that the information behind the production of the board is sought for and that any shady deal or dubious display by anyone involved is meted with stern measures without giving preference to any sacred cow. The administration has gone through thick and thin and I must thank NUESITES for the every time support and readiness at defending the image of the association. History beckons on us all while posterity stares us in the face.
I attest to the fact that the administration didn’t achieve all it intended to achieve but the little legacies laid on ground will continue to withstand the test of time.
I thank you for your objective views, subjective views and opinions and many thanks for the right of response.

God bless!

Fatoyinbo Gafar O. (Socrates)
Immediate past President, Nigerian Universities Education Students’ Association (NUESA), Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

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Why Most Campus Relationships Don’t Work Out

In our campuses, relationship sprouts are accustomed. It is almost infeasible to walk along the corridors of campus and not see any lovey-dovey couples holding hands acting all romantic. You’d expect love to be the foundation of these bonds but you wouldn’t be further from the truth. In this era, genuine campus relationships with pure and honest love are gone cases. The dating scene in our universities is nothing to smile about, they just don’t seem to work out. Overrated I write this piece a distressed young man. Want to know why most campus relationships do not come out as expected? Have a look:

1. Peer pressure.
In the universities, one is always surrounded by friends. These friends often influence decisions, for instance, the clothes you wear and even in some cases who you date. They often scrutinize our partners even more than we do, hence we end up looking for partners who please our friends. Relationships turn into group affairs, mere games, not taken seriously. Pains a lot.
2. Busy schedules.
Imagine having a boyfriend pursuing Engineering, whereas you’re pursuing law. Tricky situation, right? Most of the time your heads will be buried in books, it’s no doubt such courses require maximum attention. Before you realize it, meeting up will move from daily to weekly to monthly to never. As simple as it looks, the relationships come to a standstill.
3. Distance.
The long distance between some partners typically renders some relationships useless. An example is having a partner in Uniben while you’re at Unilag. Funny, right? In as much as they say absence makes the heart grow fonder, long distance between partners makes communication feel like a burden, by setting up rigorous communication schedules.
Calling someone who is far away almost all the time is a nuisance. There is also a financial strain. The longer the distance, the higher the amount of cash spent on expenses such as transport, for meetups. And there is always that factor where you meet other closer people and they replace the distant lover. Love isn’t cheap at all.
4 .Boredom
Our campuses are full of people from all corners of the country, if not world. Comrades want to test the waters and fish out the best there is. The more the options, the harder it is for one to make up his/her mind. This hinders the ability to settle in one relationship, resulting in breakups. Ever wondered why most people today actually prefer the no-strings-attached relationships? Oh, I’m I sugar coating it? I’m talking about the Lets-have-sex-without-emotional-burdens kind of relationships.
5. Unpreparedness
Very many people on campuses live “under the influence”. It’s a place where you don’t want to be left out of the flow. Often comrades engage in relationships so as not to feel left out of what everybody else does. Imagine sitting for an examination without studying, or preparing for it, failure is quite obvious. Such relationships end up in disaster or even lead to unwanted pregnancies or even sexually transmitted infections.
6. Petty misunderstandings.
Campus without drama is not campus. You can smell drama from all corners of campus, you can even feel it. It is normal for misunderstandings to occur in relationships, but campus relationships remain an exception. Even the littlest of misunderstandings can cause partners to split up, part their ways and not even dare look back. Partners are not allowed to be seen in public with people of the opposite sex, unless otherwise. Too much drama, that’s campus.

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