Essay from Adelayok Adeleye

The POTENTIAL VII: Managing Debt Around this time last year, I was owing NEPA some thirty thousand naira; today, NEPA owes me some twenty-five hundred. Funny, eh? As at when I was owing thirty grand, my neighbours prided themselves as the rich ones, and insisted that NEPA cut our light at the meter points (so […]

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Essay from Ayokunle Adeleye

Lessons from Ife Elsewhere, “the price of freedom is watchfulness”; back home, the price we pay to still be on this side of the here and now is fear. Legendarily, it is the fear of the future, the fear of the unknown; but in more recent times, there is likewise the fear of the law… For we are aware […]

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Essay from Ayokunle Adeleye

When the Customer Is ALWAYS Right. PART I: ETISALAT NIGERIA   I loved Etisalat. In fact, at a time when Nigerians have mastered the art of subscribing to multiple networks so as to buffer one with the other, I have become strictly Etisalat, buying SIM after SIM from the same network provider. Believing wrongly and […]

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Essay from Ayokunle Adeleye

POSSIBILITIES FOR PLWD The Clinical Pharmacy Clerkship in OOUTH, Sagamu runs for some 6 weeks and allows associate Pharmacists to receive clinical training and garner experience in clinical settings, to hone their skills, especially in the area of drug therapy, and to experience first-hand Pharmacy as a profession (of humanitarianism) in contrast to Pharmacy as […]

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Essay from Ayokunle Adeleye

TORCHING the Anointed In recent times, our society has become more chaotic, yet more predictable, especially if you understand the basics: we have become a society of impunity and impoverishment, immunity and immutability, and yet of constant change. In recent times, for even time has changed, the gods of our land have finally ordained impunity […]

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Essay by Ayokunle Adeleye

Ebola and the GORGONS   Diseases can be terrible; how much more epidemics? It was barely a week ago that I came down with fever, malaise and highly disturbing diarrhea. It was just after I’d (unsuccessfully) treated malaria with drugs of questionable originality; they had been much cheaper. So my first differential was of course […]

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Essay by Ayokunle Adeleye

“I solemnly pledge myself before God and in the presence of this assembly, To pass my life in purity and to practice my profession faithfully. I will abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous, And will not take or knowingly administer any harmful drug. I will do all in my power to maintain and elevate […]

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