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Dr A A Agbormbai

This new spirit of dialogue from the UB administrators is certainly to be commended. It shows that they too have been listening and learning. No one is too big to learn. And if one cannot learn well one cannot teach well. Learning only makes us better, not worse. It shows that we are willing to progress with the times.

Njei Moses Timah

From the way I see things going at UB, it seems the clouds are still gathering for a stormy season ahead.

Njei M.T.
http://www.njeitimah-outlook.com/page/page/2064428.htm

MBU. B

The dialogue we would expect, is that which waters down angers and brings in a peaceful and reconciliatory perspective.Must i disagree with Dr Agbormbai, the UB Senate`s dialogue lacks this kind of clairvoyance and there`s nothing to be commended here.
This staging we call dialogue, is a new scheme by the VC and her `chindas` to properly hammer the deviant UBSU. Be it deviant or not, legal or not, the VC can`t understand punishing her children at home is different from punishing university students that she controls - it`s altogether a different banner.She`s so bent on seeing the students cry out red tears.But this imbroglio is getting too far, how many people would she punish, just how far does she want to take us with her extreme and difficult methods. This is a different anglophone breed - would she be `black aryan` i won`t be surprised.
I have only the person keeping her there to blame. We don`t deserve such a VC and she doesn`t deserve us too. It`s morethan high time we part.

felix

Lives were lost and property destory.All those who take the laws in to their own hands should not be left out in this dialogue and their punishment metted out unless they seek for Amnesty.We must go back in time to properly examines the causes and effect and to learn from them.

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