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11 Oct 2019
Prelate of the Benin United Baptist Church, Apostle Osama Usunalele, has described the media as critical to the survival of democracy. Usunalele, who spoke at the 2019 Press Week organised by the Nigeria Union of Journalists...
3 Oct 2019
The use of illustrations while teaching has proven to be one viable tool that aids learning. With the ever-growing population of students, and over-stretched infrastructure...
29 Sep 2019
Recently, the Department of English and Literature, University of Benin, State hosted Messrs Anote Ajeluorou (author of Igho Goes to Farm) and Henry Akubuiro (Prodigals in Paradise) to a Creative Writing Masterclass. The event afforded the guest writers and masterclass convener, Prof. Tony Afejuku, opportunity to call on Nigerian universities’ departments of English and Literature…
5 Sep 2019
Students of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Edo State have expressed concern over the deplorable state of their hostels. They said despite the increase in the hostel maintenance fee last year, things have worsened.
16 Jul 2019
In what authorities suspect might be suicide, a final year student of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Ephraim Imaghodora, has died after he fell from the second floor of the Faculty of Arts building on Sunday evening.
19 Jun 2019
A 300-Level Medical Laboratory student of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Christabel was yesterday evening discovered dead in her hostel room at Newton Street, Ekosodin area of Benin City, after allegedly taking some deadly substance to end her life. The details of the incident were still sketchy as at press time yesterday but according to…
10 Jun 2019
Three final year students of the University of Benin (UNIBEN) have been arrested and set to appear in court on Wednesday following reports of gunshot that occurred in Nelson Mandela hall of residence at the university’s mini campus, Ekenhuan, two weeks ago. A student who identified himself as a member of the Man O' War…
18 May 2019
To make available digital banking platforms to students, teachers, other workers and businesses within campuses enabling them transfer and receive funds easily, engage in cardless withdrawals from ATMs and make payments easily, EcobankPay, which is accompanied by Xpress pay point has made a second return to higher institutions of learning across the country. Head, Consumer Banking,…
2 May 2019
As 311 students of the Federal College of Education, Akoka were admitted into degree programmes affiliated to the University of Benin (UNIBEN), the vice chancellor, Prof Osasere Orumwense has admonished them to shun cultism and other vices that may terminate their sojourn in the institution. Orumwense enjoined the freshers to work hand in hand with…
2 May 2019
Profilic Nigerian poet and scholar, Dr. Ogaga Ifowodo will on the 8th day of May, 2019 be hosted to a poetry reading and interactive session by the Department of English and Literary Studies, Delta State University, DELSU, Abraka Ifowodo, a multiple award winner of the Association of Nigerian Authors prize for poetry, was born on…
14 Apr 2019
Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, yesterday, said he has been vindicated in his submission that he has verifiable and incontrovertible evidence to show that the last presidential elections were fraudulent, not credible and did not reflect the will of the Nigerian people.
21 Sep 2018
The University of Benin, Benin City, will from the 24th to the 26th of September 2018 host the world as its Centre for Gender Studies (CGS) has concluded plans for its fourth international conference. The theme of the conference is ‘Gender Empowerment for Sustainable National Development.’ According to a statement issued by the centre’s director,…

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