Sunday, 29 May 2016

Bayelsa Varsity Students Protest Indefinite Closure Of School

Some students of the Bayelsa State-owned Niger Delta University, Amassoma, on Saturday, took to the streets to protest the indefinite closure of the university.

The lecturers of the institution, had on April 28, 2016, proceeded on an indefinite strike, following the inability of the state Governor, Mr. Seriake Dickson, to pay backlog of workers’ salaries.

As of the time the lecturers commenced their strike, the state government was owing the lecturers and non-lecturers of the NDU four months salary arrears as they have not been paid since January 2016.

The students, under the aegis of the Niger Delta Visionary Movement, also criticised other students’ bodies such as the Student Union Government of NDU, National Union of Bayelsa State Students and the National Union of Izon-Ebe Students, describing them as puppets.

The aggrieved students in a statement by the spokesman,, NDVM, Mr. Wisdom Adike, threatened to march Unclad with their books and block the entrance to Government House if after a week the stakeholders failed to settle their rift and open the university.

Adike said, “We wish to bring to the notice of the general public, that the strike embarked upon by the ASUU, NDU chapter, on April 26, 2016, over nonpayment of salaries, have led to the shutdown of the institution for over one month now.

“This development has continued to give parents and students great concern.

“Niger Delta University being the only state owned university is a legacy institution established by the late Chief Diepreye Alamieyeseigha who was recently laid to rest. The institution has not only helped in meeting the manpower needs of the state but the entire Niger Delta region and beyond.

“However, we wish to express our displeasure over the lingering strike and government’s attitude towards resolving the situation. The strike has increased hardship, made students to sit idle at home and lose focus on their academic pursuit, as well prolong their academic programmes, thereby causing youth restiveness and society unrest.”

He wondered why all the students’ bodies kept quiet over the plight of students, a pealing to the Ijaw Youth Council Worldwide to intervene and ensure immediate reopening of the school.

He added, “We also call on the Ijaw Youths Council to stand up, break their silence and defend the legacy of the Ijaw nation by ensuring the immediate reopening of Niger Delta University. This is because now is the time to protect our common heritage.

“We are also using this medium to call on President Muhammadu Buhari to intervene in his magnanimity and benevolence in salvaging the state from the current economic crunch and hardship as parents and guardians especially in the local governments of the state have not received salaries for over 12 months, despite the release of bailout funds by the Federal Government.

“Finally, we want to urge all students to remain calm and embrace as all available non-violence means will be utilized to end this strike and return to school.”

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Saturday, 28 May 2016

EKSU Post Utme 2016 Form Is Now Out (UTME & DE)

EKSU post utme form for UTME and Direct Entry (DE) applicants for 2016/2017 academic session is now available and on sale. Interested applicants as well as members of the public are hereby informed.
Ekiti State University (EKSU)
The management of Ekiti State University (EKSU) had released the details for the purchase of the form of the 2016/2017 Post Utme screening exercise. We know that lots of admission seekers has been waiting to know when it will be advertised.

Now that the form has been advertised online, we implore candidates that wish to apply for the screening which is a part of the 2016/2017 admissions exercise and those that have been anticipating the availability of the form to procure theirs now.

This is to inform all UTME candidates who have applied for admission into the Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, for the 2016/2017 academic session that the Post-UTME screening exercise (Computer Based) has been scheduled and the date released.

EKSU Post Utme Screening Date

The Post Utme  screeening will hold between Monday 4th July to Saturday 9th July 2016 at the University Campus.


The Ekiti State University 2016 post utme screening exercise is open to:
  1. Candidates who chose Ekiti State University and scored 180 and above in the 2016/2017 UTME.
  2. All Direct Entry Candidates with not less than UPPER CREDIT.

Admission Requirements

EKSU will admit only candidates who made at least five (5) O’Level credit passes in SSCE/NECO/NABTEB in the relevant subjects AT NOT MORE THAN TWO SITTINGS and a minimum of UPPER CREDIT for direct entry candidates.
Any candidate who fails to participate in the screening exercise will not be considered for admission into the University.

EKSU Post Utme 2016/2017 Application Deadline

Application closes at midnight on Friday 1st July, 2016.

How To Apply

Application commencement date

All candidates are to register online on the University website at as from 31st May, 2016. Candidates are to pay a sum of Five Thousand Naira (N5,000.00) only covering registration, processing and downloading of past questions, Details of payment can be accessed at the University Portal


1. Log on to and click on Post UTME Application.
2. Download payment slip. The downloading will require you to supply JAMB Registration Number (UTME Number), Names and select the bank you wish to pay to.
3. Take the payment slip to any branch of the selected bank for payment.
4. Log on to the to fill the Post UTME form and attach your 1″ x 1″ colour passport photograph with red background in JPEG format only (Note that UTME No. is your User ID while the Transaction ID obtained from the bank is your password)
5. Preview, confirm, submit and Print out the completed form which will contain date and time of screening Examination and bring along with you on the allotted screening date.
6. Candidates are to come to the examination hall with the following:
                    (a) JAMB Registration Slip
                    (b) Printout made after Registration for Post-UTME (c) 1″ x 1″ colour passport photograph with Red background used for Post-UTME registration.
7. Candidates can download past questions from the University Website
8. On arrival on the examination day, candidates are to report at the University Auditorium for necessary briefing on the conduct of the examination.
NB Ekiti State University will not tolerate any form of Examination Malpractices.
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Malpractice: WAEC Approves Cancellation of Exam results

THE West African Examinations Council, WAEC has approved cancellation of entire  results  of candidates if found guilty of examination malpractice. The decision was reached at  the 61st Meeting of the Nigeria Examinations Committee (NEC) of West African Examinations Council (WAEC) held at Excellence Hotel and Conference Centre, Ogba, Lagos.
The communiqué made available to the press stated: ‘’It approved the entire results of candidates involved in proven cases, which attract Cancellation of Entire Results (CER) be cancelled, while subject results of those involved in proven cases which attract Cancellation of Subject Results (CSR), be similarly cancelled.’’ It said that some candidates who participate in examination malpractice will also suffer other sanctions such as being barred from sitting for the Council’s examinations for a certain number of years, while some schools which connive with students to cheat will be de-recognised.

The statement as signed by the Head of Public Affairs, WAEC, Nigeria, Mr. Demianus Ojijeogu vowed that the decisions of the Committee will be implemented without delay and the affected candidates and schools will be duly informed by the Council. It, however promised that the results of candidates of May/June 2015 WASSCE who were exonerated of examination malpractice by the Committee will be released.

On the cases of candidates who engaged in examination malpractice but did restitution to WAEC, it said the Committee considered special cases, clemency cases, restitution, petitions and previous cases referred for further investigation from previous examinations. Membership of the Committee comprises four representatives each, of the State Ministries of Education and the Department of Education of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja, All Nigeria Confederation of Principals of Secondary Schools, ANCOPSS and the Universities.   It also includes the Registrar to Council, the Head of the Nigeria National Office, the Head of the Test Development Division (TDD) and the Head of the Test Administration Division (TAD) of the Council.

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OOU Post Utme 2016 Results Released, Check Here

OOU Post Utme 2016 results has been released online. Candidates who participated in the 2016 post-UTME screening of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye which took place between Saturday 14th May – Saturday 21st May 2016 that their Post-UTME result has been released. Such students are to note that they can now check their results from any location as the result can be accessed online.

How To Check OOU Post Utme 2016 result

Candidates who want to check their OOU Post UTME result for 2016 admissions are implored to follow the underlisted steps:
  1. To check your result, visit
  2. Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided
  3. Click on “Check Result” to access your Post-UTME score
We wish you all the best as you check!
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“Sex for marks” Soon To Be A Crime As Bill Passes 2nd Reading At Senate

“A bill for an Act to make provision for the Prohibition of Sexual Harassment of students by educators in Tertiary Educational institutions and for other related matters, 2016 “, Omo-Agege submitted.

Widening the scope of bill beyond educational institutions, Senator Biodun Olujimi maintained that it was not only in tertiary institutions that the trend happens, canvassing that it should be anywhere at all.
Senator Dino Melaye, however differed, stressing that female students having dressed offensively also harass their lecturers by offering to sleep with them.

“Mr President of the Senate, Distinguished Colleagues, we should also take cognizance of the fact that female students dress offensively, thereby tempting lecturers who could not resist themselves, ” Melaye noted.

He added that every educational institutions should have a dress code and insist on students observing it.

After contributions from other Senators in favour of the bill, Senate President, Bukola Saraki in his remark noted that the bill was a response to the menace in educational system, stressing that it was right time the Senate rises to the occasion. Having adopted the bill in the second reading, it was referred to the committee on judiciary and human rights.
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Word of the Day: Colophon

Definitions for colophon
  1. a publisher's or printer's distinctive emblem, used as an identifying device on its books and other works.

Citations for colophon
Sixty years is a ripe age for any trademark, but the people at the National Biscuit Co. boast that their 60-year-old symbol traces its line to prehistoric times. ... A bibliophile by avocation, he [A. W. Green, the corporation's first chairman] came across it in an old book depicting this fifteenth-century colophon (a device placed at the end of a book or manuscript) of the Society of Printers in Venice.
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Today's Newspaper Headlines [28th May, 2016]

~Obasanjo will ruin you- Ex senate President warns Buhari.
~Yakassai can’t speak for the North- ACF Chief, Aliko Mohammed… says
~Elder statesman is a joker, creation of Jonathan.
~Militants go gaga.
~Ese Oruru: Yinusa names babay Fatima from prison.
~Gory tales of last Sunday’s Umuahia road crash.

~Arms scandal: EFCC gets first petition against Jonathan
~Alleged $1.8b debt: Court freezes Diezani’s associates’ assets in Nigeria, US, UK, others
~Childrens’ Day: Buhari decries child marriage, exploitation
~Party chieftain reveals real reasons govs dumped Sheriff
~PDP crisis: Sheriff, 17 NWC members move to sack Makarfi
~Poll bribery scandal: Anti-graft commission quizzes fresh 11 INEC staff over N120m
~FG begins strategic implementation of 2016 budget
~FG develops pesticide to fight Tomato pests
~We ’ll shock the world soon, say Avengers as militants hit oil facility again
~Power sector loses 3,880MW to gas constraints owing to attacks

~EFCC Quizzes 11 INEC Staff Over N120m Bribe
~Children’s Day: Saraki, Dogara, Govs, Declare Zero Tolerance For Child Abuse
~Nok, Kagoro Hills To Become World Heritage Sites– el-Rufai
~Jonathan’s National Coordinator May Dump PDP For APC
~Again, Militants Bomb NNPC Facility In Delta
~Democracy Day: Why Celebration Will Be Low-key – Presidency
~Ramadan: NASRDA predicts appearance of first moon crescent
~N23bn Diezani bribe: 11 INEC officials admit receiving N120m
~Again, Niger Delta militants blow up NNPC pipelines
~Jonathan’s govt sick, weak, corrupt –Lai Mohammed
~Bayero varsity student commits suicide over poor performance
~ICPC arraigns ex-NIHSA DG for N603m fraud
~Ex-NIMASA boss appeals five years imprisonment, seeks bail
~Strike: Labour storms Ekiti secretariat, whips erring workers
~B’ Haram, Fulani herdsmen kill over 3,000 under Buhari

~Ikpeazu pledges protection for children
~Convicted NIMASA boss, Omatseye, seeks bail pending appeal
~Judge urges states to domesticate child rights law
~Police declare five officers missing after Rivers attack
~Falana lauds EFCC's one year under Buhari
~Army arrests Rivers monarch over Ogoni killings
~Akinde urges Nigerians to support Buhari’s administration

~Father of five allegedly kills wife for money ritual
~Borno, AUW to offer scholarships to 100 female candidates
~PIPELINE ATTACKS: Ijaw youths give condition for ceasefire
~Dalung earns Buhari low marks in sports
~Real, Atletico battle once again
~EFCC quizzes 11 INEC staff over alleged N120m bribe
~Wike promises prudent management of resources
~N’ Delta Avengers to Military, IOCs: ‘Watch out, something big about to happen’
~Bitter lemon and anti-cancer benefits 2:11 am
~5 policemen missing after gunmen attacked their boat in Rivers
~N’Delta: INC begins consultations with youth bodies, Ijaw leaders

~LCCI: Economy Suffered Severe Decline Under Buhari’s One Year
~Boko Haram Razes Five Borno Villages
Former NATO Secretary-General Calls for End to Militancy, Herdsmen Attacks
~Niger Delta Avengers Hit NNPC’s Crude, Gas Trunklines in Delta ...
~Four Die in Bauchi Fatal Crash
~Niger State May Cut Workers’ Salaries by 70% or…
~Indimi: I Donated $900,000, Not $14 million

~War in Milan.. Real targets 11th title.
Man U unveils Mourinho.
~Siasia picks 8 pros for Korea Tourney.
~Iheanacho scores as Eagles beat Mali 1-0
~SportOn, is a production of CoolWazobiaInfo.

~Avengers : we’ll shock the world.
~I videotaped Nimbo killings to show my relatives- Herdsman.
~Man slits wife’s throat in Lagos.
~I won’t allow Yunusa see my grandchild- Ese’s mum
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Today In History [28th may, 2016]

A chronological timetable of historical events that occurred on this day in history. Historical facts of the day in the areas of military, politics, science, music, sports, arts, entertainment and more. Discover what happened today in history.
May 27

John Calvin, one of the dominant figures of the Protestant Reformation, dies in Geneva.
Achsah Young becomes the first woman known to be executed as a witch in Massachusetts.
Three colonists are expelled from Massachusetts for being Baptists.
Americans capture Fort George, Canada.
The Bubonic Plague breaks out in San Francisco.
A U.S. Navy seaplane completes the first transatlantic flight.
Colonel Charles Lindbergh marries Anne Spencer Murrow.
The Supreme Court declares President Franklin Roosevelt‘s National Recovery Act unconstitutional.
San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge opens.
The German battleship Bismarck is sunk by British naval and air forces.
German General Erwin Rommel begins a major offensive in Libya with his Afrika Korps.
American General Douglas MacArthur lands on Biak Island in New Guinea.
A military coup overthrows the democratic government of Turkey.
Construction begins on Walt Disney World in Florida.
President Richard M. Nixon and Soviet Communist Party chief Leonid Brezhnev sign an arms reduction agreement.
The international war crimes tribunal indicts Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic for war atrocities.
Born on May 27
Cornelius Vanderbilt, American industrialist and philanthropist.
Julia Ward Howe, writer of the “Battle Hymn of the Republic.”
Wild Bill [James Butler] Hickok, American frontiersman and lawman.
Isadora Duncan, dancer and choreographer.
(Samuel) Dashiell Hammett, detective writer (The Maltese Falcon).
Rachel Carson, biologist and writer (Silent Spring, The Sea Around Us).
Hubert Humphrey, U.S. politician.
Vincent Price, actor and horror film icon.
John Cheever, writer (The Wapshot Chronicles).
Herman Wouk, author (Winds of War, The Caine Mutiny).
Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State under President Richard Nixon.
Tony Hillerman, mystery novelist (The Blessing Way, Sacred Clowns).
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Today's Quote And Fact

Today's Quote

The world is hard and cruel. We are here none knows why, and we go none knows whither. We must be very humble. We must see the beauty of quietness. We must go through life so inconspicuously that Fate does not notice us. 

~W. Somerset Maugham

Today's Fact

Parrots can live for up to 80 years.
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"I Donated $900,000 Not $14 Million To US University" - Muhammadu Indimi

The chairman of Oriental Energy Resources, Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi, has denied media reports that he donated US$14 million to Lynn University in the United States. Rather, the amount he donated, according to him, was $900,000. In a statement sent to THISDAY editorial Board Chairman, Mr Olusegun Adeniyi, to protest the piece, “The Prodigal Billionaire”, published in his column of 25th May, 2016, an official of Oriental stated that neither Indimi nor the company donated the figure being credited to him and for which he was being vilified.

The company also listed Universities of Uyo, Port Harcourt, Calabar and Nsukka among institutions of higher learning in Nigeria to which Indimi and his company had extended considerable financial support running into billions of Naira in recent years. Below is the full text of the statement from Oriental, endorsed by its chairman, Indimi: “Following recent online, and media coverage of a donation made by our Chairman, Dr Alhaji Muhammadu Indimi, we find it necessary to provide clarity on the nature of the relationship with Lynn University, and Oriental’s operations in and commitment to the Niger Delta. “Contrary to reports circulating, neither Oriental, nor our Chairman, donated US$14 million to Lynn University. This figure is unsubstantiated, inaccurate and misleading.

The figure jointly donated by Oriental and former partner, Afren Plc, to Lynn University, a University from which Dr. Indimi and nine of his children have received nine Bachelors, five Masters, and one Doctorate degree, is $900,000. “Oriental Energy is a proud indigenous oil company with a steadfast commitment to investing positively and purposefully in the communities where we have operations and beyond.

Oriental is particularly committed to fostering and supporting the development of education and indigenous technical skills, as a fundamental pillar for long term sustainable development. We understand that without adequate investment in the education of the youth, there will be no sustainable economic growth. “This is why the organisation has, over a four-year period, contributed billions of Naira to the communities where we operate in Nigeria.

These donations include scholarships to beneficiaries from the Universities of Uyo, Port Harcourt, Calabar and Nsukka, amongst others, the development of University Of Port Harcourt’s digital library, the re-habilitation of the University of Uyo’s Petroleum Institute, infrastructure development in our host communities” as well as donations towards support for Internally Displaced People in the North East of Nigeria, and victims of terrorism. “Oriental Energy Resources will continue to protect its reputation and reiterate its commitment to the Nigerian community particularly in instances like this where journalistic due diligence would have disproved the unsubstantiated rumors.”
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Tecno Gives Scholarships To Primary School Pupils

Continuing a tradition of celebrating child education with focus on qualitative science-based learning for children, Africa’s leading mobile maker and leader in Nigeria mobile market, Tecno as part of the children’s day celebration has awarded scholarships to primary school pupils in Lagos.

The mobile giant Tecno modelled its second quarter 2016 corporate social responsibility as a brand experience and educational contest for children schooling at several primary schools, mostly public, situated in the Lagos metropolis.
Speaking on Tecno ’s brand activity which started on May 18, 2016 and targeted at primary schools in Lagos, the brand’s marketing and PR lead, Attai Oguche said Tecno ’s aim of the contest is to instill healthy competitive spirit in children, to pursue success in life through academic excellence.
In his words: “We aim to use Tecno brand as a vehicle of growing healthy competition for academic excellence amongst our children.

While cultivating the next generation of mobile users in Tecno’s excellent brand experience, providing them with a form of study safety net is our priority this children’s day,” says Attai Oguche
The two week long Tecno CSR activities included donations of branded gift items to pupils at the schools’ assembly grounds and stocking of the school libraries of beneficiary primary schools with quality stationeries.

The principal administrators of the schools including principals of Abesan primary school Ipaja, St. Andrew’s Anglican primary school Ayobo, Community primary school Ipaja, St. Anthony Int’l schools Ijaiye, Marian International Isolo, State Primary school Ipaja and Estate nursery and primary school Ipaja expressed their gratitude towards Tecno for its sustained support of child education at the elementary level even in the recent harsh economic times.

“Tecno has shown strong commitment to supporting quality education for the Nigerian child. In the harsh economic times facing the country, we have seen brands soft peddle in CSR commitments but Tecno has remained true,” said Mrs. Jenle Efemena, Head mistress of St. Anthony Int’l schools Ijaiye.

The 2016 Children’s day contest held today culminated in scholarship awards being given by Tecno to the three best participating pupils from the participating public and private schools in Lagos state.

The winners took home a cash prize of a hundred thousand naira (N100, 000.00) each amidst branded gift items.

Tecno is a leading producer of in-demand, high-end mobile phones. Founded in 2006, the company has 50% share in Africa’s smart phone market.

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Friday, 27 May 2016

PHOTOS: Fires Burns Female Hostel At Cross River State College Of Education

A student has been hospitalized following a fire outbreak at the Cross River State College of Education, COE Akamkpa female hostel today, May 27.

According to CrossRiverWatch, the fire started at about 11am in the change-over switch at the hostel entrance and caused extensive damage to the building and property of the residents with no immediate help or means of putting off the inferno.
"The fire extinguishers at the hostel were empty at the time of the fire incident. It was after this event that the College Management bought new ones just today" CRW reports.

The Deputy Provost, Dean of Students Affairs, Hostel Supervisors and some lecturers rushed to the scene of the incident after the fire outbreak. Fortunately, most of the students had gone for lectures or there would have been serious fatalities.
One of the female students who was sleeping in the hostel while the fire was raging fainted as a result of smoke and was rushed her to the hospital.

The Hostel Porter while speaking to CrossRiverWatch said,
"The incidents is as a result of electricity upsurge. Yesterday the engineer tried to pump the uncharged water tap, but could not pump water, so he left without informing the management that there is electricity fault, so the next morning when the generator was powered, it resulted to this incident that has now inconvenienced all the dwellers in the female hostel B’"
More photos...

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PHOTOS: Nigerian Political Analyst Bags Doctorate Degree At Harvard Law School, US

A big congratulations are in order for Nigerian Politics, Business & Conflict Resolution analyst -Aminu Gamawa who bagged a doctorate degree at the prestigious Havard Law School, Cambridge, U.SA. His wife and daughter were present to celebrate with him after achieving this great feat. Congrats to him again.

The Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) is Harvard Law School’s most advanced law degree, designed for aspiring legal academics who wish to pursue sustained independent study, research and writing.

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Nigerian Student Attacked With Iron Rod In India Over Parking Spot

India's foreign ministry says it is looking into an alleged attack on a Nigerian student by a local man in the southern city of Hyderabad.

Police said 26-year-old Bamilola Kazim was allegedly assaulted by Mohammed Gafoor after a row on Wednesday

Mr Kazim was treated for wounds at a local hospital and released.

Last week a student from the Democratic Republic of Congo was beaten to death by a group of Indian men after an argument in Delhi.

Two men have been arrested in connection with the killing of the Congolese man.
Indian foreign ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted on Friday that Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj "had urgently sought report" on Wednesday's incident from the local government "and is monitoring the case".

Police said Mr Kazim allegedly parked his car in front of Mr Gafoor's house, and was attacked with an iron rod by the latter after an altercation.

Hyderabad police officer K Srinivas told BBC Hindi's Imran Qureshi that the two men had "reached some understanding" after Mr Gafoor was arrested and released on bail.
Gideon Omodowale of the local Nigerian Students Association said it was a "small issue".
"He [Mr Gafoor] has apologised and we have also forgiven him. It happens," he told the BBC.

There are more than 4,000 students from African countries in Hyderabad.

Following last week's killing of an African student in Delhi, a group of African embassies had said they did not want to participate in Africa Day celebrations on Thursday because of repeated attacks on African students in India.

They relented after Ms Swaraj promised to ensure the safety of African students in India.
Mr Swarup said the Indian government had received news from its embassy in Kinshasa, the capital of Democratic Republic of Congo, that some "Indian establishments and shops were attacked on 23 and 25 May as a reaction perhaps to the killing of the Congolese national" in Delhi.

"It has been reported that by Wednesday, things have calmed down," Mr Swarup was quoted as saying by The Hindu newspaper.

Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo have not yet commented on the remarks.
In February, a Tanzanian student was assaulted and partially stripped by a mob in the southern city of Bangalore.
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PHOTO: Sports Car Made By University Of Benin Students

This car is made by university of Benin students
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Photo Of A Stranded Abuja Corper Sleeping On A Pedestrian Bridge In Kubwa

It was just like an horror scene from a scary movie, stumbling on a body snoring away on a pedestrian bridge few metres away from Kubwa Garage.

As if that was not enough, the snoring fellow was gorgeously cladded in the highly revered NYSC outfit. Upon waking him up, the horror story he narrated will exhaust several pages.

Is it not unfathomable that fresh graduate of one of Nigeria's Ivory Tower has been rendered homeless in the course of serving his fatherland? To further add salt to his injury, he was outrightly rejected by the government parastatal he was posted to for no concrete reason.

To further exacerbate his predicament, the unfortunate young Nigerian graduate is battling with pneumonia . This is to serve as a wake up call to our policy makers to holistically review the NYSC Acts. Also, as a short term solution, we hereby call upon every well meaning Nigerian to come to the aid of Abuja corp members before the untold stress impinged on innocent corps members exceeds yield point.

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EKSU Begins Admission into Full-time & Part-time Postgraduate Programmes

The Ekiti State University (EKSU), Ado Ekiti invites application from suitably qualified candidates for admission into Postgraduate Programmes for Second Semester 2015/2016 Academic Session.
See advert below;

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PHOTO: Girl Who Just Wrote WAEC Electrocuted In Lagos After High Tension Fell On Her

The sickening positioning of the high tension over a residential house is what baffles me. On Saturday 21st May 2016, 14-year-old Deborah Faleke was instantly killed after one of the high tension cables that ran above their compound at Fagbeyiro Street in the Alakuko area of Lagos State fell and electrocuted her, NGLatest has learnt.

Deborah had concluded sitting for her WAESCCE only weeks ago.

Her father, Pastor Ademola Faleke said:

“On Friday, I went out of Lagos State for a ministration. So, the girl went to stay with her eldest sister on Fagbeyiro Street. That was not her first time.

“I was at Iyana-Ipaja on Saturday on my way back when I was called on the telephone and told about the incident. There was no rainfall. Deborah was not sent on any errand. She was just passing through the gate when the wire fell on her. The marks on her body showed that the wire fell on her head.

“She was rushed to a hospital. The workers there said they did not have adequate equipment. So she was rushed to a second private hospital on Adegbola Street, where she later died. The doctor issued a death certificate to us.

“She just finished secondary school; she was also my interpreter. She was very active in church. I want the electricity distribution company to at least show some concern. My daughter, who is my joy, has been taken away by a careless electrical connection.”
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PHOTO: Oyo State Advertises Sale Of Public Schools On Newspaper

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20 Quotes To Inspire Teamwork At Work

The difference between success and
failure is a great team. Here’s how to
inspire yours.

When I first became a planner and a
manager in the spring of 2010. I was
doing it as a joke to keep myself busy. I
make my own hours, determine what I
wanted to achieve and avoid pretending i
know alot. But as i grow consistently in it
I began to exhibit many strange attributes never taught in recent times.
Ultimately, it creates some route I would never have
journeyed. After several years of practice
I learned that the only way to build a company / organisation with great success and scale is to build a great team. No matter how smart, talented, driven, or
passionate you are, your success as an
entrepreneur or HOD depends on your
ability to build and inspire a team. A
successful leader is one who can spur his
or her team members to work well
together toward a common vision and goals.

To inspire your team members, you’ll
have to talk to them, of course. I hate
meetings, but I love short (seven to 20-minute) huddles to align and motivate the team, distribute roles and
quickly achieve result. One effective way
to begin or end a huddle is by sharing a
quote. I love quotes.

Below are 20 quotes I believe will inspire
you from well-known coaches, athletes,
business leaders, and authors that will
compel you and your team members to
work well together:
1. “Talent wins games, but teamwork and
intelligence win championships.” –
Michael Jordan
2. “Teamwork is the ability to work
together toward a common vision. The
ability to direct individual
accomplishments toward organizational
objectives. It is the fuel that allows
common people to attain uncommon
results.” –Andrew Carnegie
3. “Alone we can do so little, together we
can do so much.” –Helen Keller
4. “I invite everyone to choose
forgiveness rather than division,
teamwork over personal ambition.” –
Jean-Francois Cope
5. “None of us is as smart as all of us.” –
Ken Blanchard
6. “Coming together is a beginning.
Keeping together is progress. Working
together is success.” –Henry Ford
7. “If everyone is moving forward
together, then success takes care of
itself.” –Henry Ford
8. “The strength of the team is each
individual member. The strength of each
member is the team.” –Phil Jackson
9. “Collaboration allows teachers to
capture each other’s fund of collective
intelligence.” –Mike Schmoker
10. “It takes two flints to make a fire.” –
Louisa May Alcott
11. “Unity is strength. . . when there is
teamwork and collaboration, wonderful
things can be achieved.” –Mattie
12. “To me, teamwork is the beauty of
our sport, where you have five acting as
one. You become selfless.” –Mike
13. “The best teamwork comes from men
who are working independently toward
one goal in unison.” –James Cash Penney
14. Without a team it is virtually
impossible to achieve OUTSTANDING
15. “A team is more than a collection of
people. It is a process of give and take.”
Barbara Glacel & Emile Robert Jr.
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