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The Dilemma of Moral Instructions: Exploring the Fela Falana Construct

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Thoughts on Falz's Moral Instruction Album by 'Joba Ojelabi

If a need to rank art forms ever arose, it might not be entirely foolish to bet that music would clinch the top ranks. With the diverse genres and musical subclassifications that exist, it remains perhaps the most relatable form of art. While a person might find it difficult to see the beauty of a painting, or appreciate the imperfections of a sculpture, it’s safer to assume that there’s a song for every man or at least every mood. Whether it’s the solemn sound of Yaani or the aggressive vibrations that characterizes the metallic genre of music, there’s someone that vibrates on the same frequency. This is why music, as a form of art, has over time been used when there’s a need to communicate with the public.

By hiding their message in the lyrics of a song, brands have been able to sell their products, politicians have able to get their names on the lips of the masses, and activists have been able to spread their ideal…

OAU Resumption Dates Postponed

This is to inform the great Ife students that resumption dates for 2018/2019 Academic Session has been postponed.

FRESH STUDENTS --March 30,2019

RETURNING STUDENTS - April 7,2019

How We Intend To Create Employment, Boost Economy through The Nigerian Campus Technology and Information Technology Exhibition- Creative Director,Technology Market

How We Intend To  Create Employment, Boost Economy through The  Nigerian Campus Technology and Information Technology Exhibition- Creative Director,Technology Market

Organizers of the Nigerian Campus Technology and Information Technology Exhibition scheduled to commence from Osun state have spoken extensively on why they are embarking on the two day program. 

Speaking to newsmen in Abuja , the Creative Director of the Nigerian Technology Market,Olanrewaju Oyedeji  noted that Technology and Information Technology remains a pivotal tool for development in Nigeria and thus the important need for the Exhibition Program.

"We have decided to go to campuses with the aim to ensure that young minds who have Technology and Information Technology ideas are given a platform to showcase what they have got. We believe strongly that with our plans , we will be doing the society alot of good" he noted.

Speaking further on the plan to create employment through the Exhibition program, Olanrew…