@Regranned from @john_ifeoluwa - Margaret Heffernan was not wrong when she stated that the absence of good ideas and true innovation is invariably because of the absence of human interactions, argument and most importantly, debates.
Debate in its simplest form is the discussion of opposing views. The end of such activity which leads to diverse solutions to existing problems.
Have you ever pondered on the state of the nation? Have you ever tried to analyse the success of the fight against corruption in Nigeria? In your opinion, is this fight worth it? Is corruption growing or dying in the metaphorical giant of Africa?
Join College of Humanities as departments of English and History and International Studies debate "The Fight Against Corruption in Nigeria: A Success or Failure?" Date is 31st October 2017. Venue is MLT and the time is 12-2pm. Prof. Kayode Adekeye, Deputy Vice Chancellor is the honourable chairman of this event and this event is hosted by the amiable Dean, College of Humanities, Prof. (Mrs) Adebola Adebileje.
Save the date and make yourself available for this intellectual activity as we come together to profer solutions to the lifelong development cancer that has caused Nigeria to remain underdeveloped.
Say No to corruption! Say No to underdevelopment! Say Yes to transparency! Attend College of Humanities Debate! - #regrann