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This is Prophet Daniel Abodunrin, who was devoured by a Lion while attempting to recreate the Bible story of Daniel in the Lion’s Den. 

He had performed numerous miracles prior to 1991, but in 1991, he decided to recreate the Bible story of Daniel, but he did not survive. 

Nigeria Stories is the story’s source.

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A University of Ibadan faculty president writes 26-page suicide note on health problem he has been battling then disappears

Jude Nicholas, the President of Nigerian Universities Education Students’ Association (NUESA),  typed a 26-page long suicide note where he narrated the health challenge he’s been battling for years before he was declared missing by friends.

He revealed his plight began in 2017 when he had surgery for hernia. During the surgery, the doctor tampered with a major vein that supplies blood from his heart to his legs. Since then, he’s been going in and out hospital, battling to save his legs. He then opened up to a lecturer at school, asking for help from Univerisity of Ibadan. However,  his efforts to get help proved abortive

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University of Ibadan bars Graduands without first class from attending convocation due to COVID-19

The University of Ibadan has barred all graduands without first class honors from attending convocation physically in a bid to curb the spread of Coronavirus. The circular was released by the University’s PRO Olatunji Oladejo.

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“Attendance at the International Conference Centre is open to First Class Honours graduands and recipients of prizes and awards only. Parents and visitors are not allowed into the campus neither will there be any form of party or social gathering during the period. All graduands are to comply with COVID-19 protocols, including wearing of face masks, physical distancing and use of hand sanitiser. All graduands are expected to pay the levies as stipulated whether or not they attend the convocation ceremonies as these will be required at the point of collection of the certificate.”

The University of Ibadan convocation will hold between November 15-17 2021 at the convocation hall.