TRAVAILS OF A WOMAN

By: John Christiana, U12mm1018 You saw this sweet dashing young lady and all that came to your mind was that you wanted her, and  because this thought  has become so strong that all you could imagine was being with her and so you approached her  and along the line she fell in love with you,…

​‘Democracy my foot’

​U12MM1090 Salami, Uthman Some beliefs have it that democracy was rooted from the old Greek empire where people converge on a sphere to make decisions for themselves. In the same vein, some sections of the society have it that the concept of democracy was propagated by the erstwhile president, Abraham Lincoln. But I staunchly denounce…

​THE FALLING STANDARD OF EDUCATION

ALIU KABIRU MOBOLAJI U12MM1078 The quality of education in Nigeria has dropped to an alarming rate; and ever since this issue has been a canker worm that have been investing the development of the country, this is really sad and portends great danger for the future of our country, even worst is the fact that…

MORAL AMNESIA

​BY IBRAHIM BUBA U12MM1047 Morality are generally accepted moral standards accepted by the society. Every society has a standard it regards as moral. Being moral entails: able to tell right from wrong and making judgments based on knowledge; good by accepted standards judged by the society; encouraging goodness and decency; personal conscience i.e. what your…

​ “A child’s upbringing belongs to everybody not somebody”

BY IBRAHIM BUBA U12MM1047 Raising a child is not an easy task. It is virtually one of the hardest things to do. It requires lots of dedication and commitment.  A child goes through a circle of upbringing before being an adult, first his parents, then teachers, peer groups, the social environment (socially thinking and society…

​KEROSENE SCARCITY: COOKING A CHALLENGE

BY IBRAHIM BUBA  U12MM1047 One could wonder the queue beside the famous Ahmadu Bello University Student Representative Council (SRC) secretariat. Being inquisitive I could not pass such a crowd without finding a reason as to the long awaited queue. Even before I could ask, hundreds of students were holding kerosene kegs, which obviously meant the…

LONG TERM CONSERVATION OF CARROT AND GREEN BEANS

By Sani Hajara U12MM1044 Carrot is a root vegetable usually orange in color though purple, red, white, and yellow varieties exist. It is has crisp texture when fresh. The most commonly eaten part of a carrot is a taproot, although the greens are sometimes eaten as well. It is a domesticated from of the wild…

OUT TO FAVOUR MARKET, THAN LABOUR MARKET: As MacLev4 2016 Signout in Style

By: Kure Abel Sah U12mm1080 In keeping the tradition of observing the annual Graduation Class Week in the Institution, the Class of 2016, Mass Communication Department(MACLEV4), of the Great Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria kickstarted their week on Tuesday 2nd August with T-Shirt sign out as the main activity of the day.      …

​Diary of An ABUSITE

Nasiru Tanimu ANNURI U13MM2012 (August 12, 2014 – Samaru Campus) “Hello?” A soft voice called from behind me. “Yes?” I responded not sure it was directed at me. A moderately slim and fair-skinned lady walked slowly toward me. “Please can you direct me to Sociology Department?” “Yes you are welcome” I said and we both…

Ten Things you can do for your mental health.

Mohammed Mansir  u12mm1092 ​Try these tips to help find the right balance in your life.* 1. Value yourself: Treat yourself with kindness and respect, and avoid self-criticism. Make time for your hobbies and favorite projects, or broaden your horizons. Do a daily crossword puzzle, plant a garden, take dance lessons, learn to play an instrument…

​KANO FILM VILLAGE: ITS IMPLICATIONS TO THE NATION

U13MM2005 HAFIZ JIBRIL Kano film village is a film industry which the federal government of Nigeria wants to establish with the view of standardizing and commercializing local film production ( not only Hausa film ) and with the aim of creating jobs opportunities for many Nigerians and increase revenue generation to Kano state in particular…

PEOPLE’S STANDPOINT: WHAT HAPPENS AFTER DEATH

Ajibola oluyomi John  u13mm2040​ Most times when I look around seeing people struggle to survive, discuss the enjoyment that needs to be tasted in life or the level of achievement that needs to be attained; the crime, the meek and the non-challant. In all, the good and the bad all make me feel no one…