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After 17 years of being the first Mexican actress nominated for best actress, Salma Hayek #yalitzaapariciomtz on board

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Reposted from @salmahayek – In 2002 I became the first Mexican actress nominated for best actress.

I’m very moved that today I am no longer alone. Congratulations @yalitzaapariciomtz for your so well deserved nomination.

I hope this time you win. En el 2002 me convertí en la primera actriz Mexicana en obtener una nominación al oscar en la categoría de mejor actriz.

Me emociona mucho saber que a partir de hoy no estoy sola. Felicidades Yalitza por tu merecida nominación ojalá que está vez tu si te lo lleves. #Roma #oscars #mexico – #regrann

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ASUU Suspends Nationwide Strike After Three Months

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BREAKING: ASUU Suspends Nationwide Strike After Three MonthsAcademic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Thursday suspended its nationwide strike after three months.

ASUU National President, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, announced this at a press conference in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

The union suspended the industrial action following its latest meeting with representatives of the Federal Government led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Nigige

BREAKING: ASUU Suspends Nationwide Strike After Three Months

 

National President of the union, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, announced this on Thursday during a press briefing at the Nigeria Labour Congress complex in Abuja.

The striking lecturers took the decision after a meeting with representatives of the Federal Government led by the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige.

The meeting came hours before Professor Ogunyemi announced the decision of ASUU to suspend the strike.

It had in attendance leaders of the union and government representatives such as the permanent secretaries at the ministries of Education, as well as Labour and Employment, and some directors from the ministries.

According to the ASUU President, the government has demonstrated a commitment by meeting some of their demands.

He added that the government has signed a new agreement that would fast-track the revitalisation of universities, one of the critical demands of ASUU which led to the protracted industrial action.

ASUU suspended its industrial action three months since the lecturers went on strike in early November 2018.

The union went on strike following an emergency meeting of its leaders at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, the Ondo State capital.

The lecturers had accused the government of failing to address its demands.

They also raised concerns over the poor funding of Nigerian Universities, the alleged plot to increase students’ fees, introduction of an education bank, as well as non-implementation of previous agreements, among other issues.

The government, on its part, said it was worried about the action of the union which has paralised academic activities in universities where ASUU has a presence across the country.

This prompted the call by individuals and groups to the government to ensure the students return to school without any further delay.

Meanwhile, the government has held several discussions with the union leaders, in its bid to end the industrial action.

Signs of hope began to emerge on Friday last week following a meeting between the government and the union.

The minister and the ASUU President had told reporters at the end of the meeting that they were making progress to address the issues raised by the striking lecturers.

Although they did not give any specific detail, they had promised to address a press conference at the end of today’s meeting which resulted in the suspension of the strike.

Read the full statement issued by the ASUU President below;

ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF UNIVERSITIES (ASUU), NATIONAL SECRETARIAT. TEXT OF A PRESS CONFERENCE BY THE ACADEMIC STAFF UNION OF UNIVERSITIES (ASUU), THURSDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY, 2019, AT NIGERIA LABOUR CONGRESS HEADQUARTERS, PASCAL BAFYAU HOUSE, ABUJA

Protocol

Friends and compatriots of the Press, On Sunday, 4th November, 2018, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) resumed its strike action which was conditionally suspended on 14th September, 2017.

The action of 2017 was suspended following the signing of a Memorandum of Action (MoA) in which the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) promised to address the contentious issues within a timeline that was to end in October 2017.

While announcing the suspension of the nationwide action, however, our Union made it categorically clear that “ASUU will not hesitate to review its position should government renege on the signed Memorandum of Action”.

Predictably, Government implemented the MoA in the breach, thereby forcing ASUU to resume the suspended strike action.

Comrades and compatriots, as we have always argued, the last thing ASUU members love doing is to cause disruption in smooth intellectual engagements with colleagues, friends and students right on our university campuses.

This has nothing to do with the dubious advertorial of “non-disruption of academic calendar” by proprietors and administrators of some cash-and-carry universities and other self-styled enemies of ASUU.

Rather, it is about deep-seated pains members of the Union undergo to prevent strike actions and the equally painful consequences strike situations bring to all who are genuinely averse to the mercantile disposition to university education.

Why Strike Action? The question has been asked time and time again: Why does ASUU like embarking on strike action that causes disruption and dislocation in the universities?

However, ASUU is strongly convinced that if academics fail to fight the cause of university education, the fate that befell public primary and secondary schools would soon become the lot of the public university system in Nigeria.

ASUU’s advocacy on the need to stem the continued slide into rot and decay in public universities since the 1980s has fallen on deaf ears. Our experience, as a trade union, shows that successive governments in Nigeria always entered into negotiated agreements only to placate those pleading the cause – be it education, health, transportation, employment or any other issue of meaningful living.

This proclivity of the Nigerian ruling class, irrespective of which wing of the insensitive stock they belong, must be continually be tracked, engaged and resisted by all people of goodwill.

ASUU ‘s action strike, which started on 4th November, 2018, was situated in the context of accumulated records of indifference and lackadaisical attitude of Government to negotiated agreements with the Union.

At our media interaction in University of Lagos on 23rd  December, 2018, we highlighted the outstanding issues in the crisis to include the following:

– Funding for the revitalization of Public Universities based on the FGN-ASUU MoU of 2012, 2013 and the MoA  of 2017

– Reconstitution of the current Government Team to allow for a leader and Chairman of the FG-ASUU Renegotiating team who has the interest of the nation and the people at heart.

– Release of the forensic audit report on Earned Academic allowances (EAA), offsetting the outstanding balance of the EAA and mainstreaming of same into the 2018 budget.

– Payment of all arrears of shortfall in all universities that have met the verification requirements of the Presidential Initiative on Continuous Audit (PICA)

– Provision of a platform by the federal government for ASUU to engage Governors on the proliferation of universities, underfunding of university education and undue interference in the affairs of the universities

– Release of PFA operational license to NUPEMCO

– Payment of EAA to loyal ASUU members at the University of Ilorin A new Memorandum of Action and Our Resolution To date, ASUU has had a total of ten (10) interactive meetings with representatives of FGN which have culminated into a Memorandum of Action of

2019.

Highlights of the MoA include the following:

  1. In addition to the N20 billion for 2018, the sum of N25 billion only would be released in April/May 2019, after which government would resume full implementation of the MoU of 2013.
  2. Part-payment of the outstanding arrears of the earned academic allowances; defraying the balance up to 2018 in 4 tranches within 36 months; and mainstreaming further payments of EAA into the annual budgets beginning from 2019 budget.
  3. PICA verification and the release of the arrears of salary shortfall at the Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi, not later than 15th February 2019.
  4. Strengthening the Consultative Committee on State-owned Universities (CCSOU), inaugurated on Monday, 28th January, 2019 to look into the issues of proliferation, underfunding and governance to consistently deliver on its mandate.
  5. Payment of the outstanding EAA arrears of all eligible staff in the University of Ilorin, especially the loyal ASUU members whose appointments were illegally terminated by today, 7th February,2019.
  6. Acknowledgement and appreciation of Government for facilitating the release of the final letter of approval for the granting of operationallicense to NUPEMCO.
  7. Visitation to all Federal Universities would commence tentatively by 11th March, 2019.
  8. Provision of documented guidelines on procedures and roles of parties in the process of renegotiating FGN-ASUU Agreement of 2009 which would commence not later than 18th February 2019 and end by Friday 29th March 2019.

Based on the initial proposals from Government, the Union made extensive consultations through its various organs. The final level of consultation was the meeting of the National Executive Council (NEC) which took place 6th-7th February 2019.

NEC resolved that: Following a careful review of the report of engagements with the Federal Government on proposals for addressing all outstanding in the 2013 MoU and 2017 MoA, NEC resolved that the current strike action by the Union should be suspended conditionally with effect from 12.01 a.m on Friday 8th February 2019.

However, should Government fail to fulfill its part of the agreement as reflected in the 2019 Memorandum of Action, ASUU shall resume its suspended strike action as the Union deems necessary.

Conclusion

ASUU notes, with serious concern, the covert and overt roles of some vice-chancellors in the management and application of funds attracted by our Union to Nigeria’s public universities.

Consequently, we condemn, in the strongest terms, Vice-Chancellors who have made efforts to undermine and, in some cases, attempted to break our patriotic struggles for the revitalisation of public universities in Nigeria.

ASUU will not shy away from taking headlong those Vice-Chancellors who are reputed for acts of impunity, nepotism and other forms of conduct which are antithetic to university culture and the progressive development of our universities.

Our union will compile all their shenanigans and forward them to relevant authorities for further action.

Finally, ASUU acknowledges the understanding and support demonstrated by patriotic Nigerian students and their parents all through the strike period.

We equally appreciate the comradely assistance from the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), represented by the newly re-elected President, Comrade Ayuba Waba, who has stood by us throughout the struggle.

We also acknowledge the solidarity of the civil society organisations, especially the Joint Action Front (JAF) and the Education Rights Campaign (ERC), and members of the progressive wing of the media who have consistently partnered with us in our mission to rescue Nigerian public universities from imminent collapse.

While we put a closure to this phase of the struggle, it is our hope and desire that the Nigerian governments (Federal and State) will play the roles expected of them in order to make the new Memorandum work.

We shall never abandon our obligation to ensure the survival of a sound university system.

For ASUU, the struggle certainly continues!

Thank you for listening.

Biodun Ogunyemi

President

7th February 2018

Via: channels

My Opinion 

After three months of doing absolutely nothing in the case Nigerian students, they responding differently to the newsender of suspended strike in different ways.

The ones who have moved on with their life in different forms have little or no interest to come back, those who have been praying and crying for this to happen, are having a swell time, while those who have been taking and see long pants will now have a wider range of target.

The teachers and lecturers will have been fighting this battle for years, to have the Federal government  pay attention to the educational section of  the nation. while taking their kids out of the country to school, what then becomes the fate of the children who don’t have such an opportunity?

This seems to be the reason why ASUU is fighting on their behalf, but we all know that deep down, it is always more than this. No one really fights for these people without looking out for themselves too. So, let’s just celebrate the call off, and pretend we all don’t know a thing or two.

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“This is Wickedness” – Nigerian Students to ASUU and Federal Government

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The idle Nigerian Students that have been made to stay back at home by the Federal Government and ASUU since October 2018, have come out to dissociate themselves from the government and the ASSU that has said to be fighting on their behalf.

They have said that they have been at home for a long time now, and don’t even hope to be back in school for God knows how long.

While Ray Power correspondent  went to the ASUU members to ask for their opinion on what the students have said about the ongoing ,  they responded by saying that the students should have patients and give ASUU a chance to fight their battle for them.

They said the fight and strike  is for the students and the children to come. Not only for the now. But the Federal government has not said anything about the students calling them out.

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Why are Lagos parents boldly paying ‘Developmental fees’ to Private schools without investigating?

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If we as Nigerian masses are not part of our problem in this country, then neither is the Government. How can a group of people who have been tortured and extorted by their leaders for over half  a century turn around and become their own problem. A friend of mine just informed me that they have just had their young daughter enrolled into a primary school on Lagos Island,  and the fees were incredibly mind burgling. She spotted one of the high fees tagged as a developmental fee, along side tuition and other fees. She made to find out from one of the mother in that school,  and the woman told her that it has been this way even before she had her first child enrolled that  school.

Not sure what the school meant, she went ahead to ask for the meaning of a developmental fee from a staff, and she got the shock of her life, when she as told it is to improve the school. What on earth does that even mean? It is a very clear case of deception and extortion,  putting on a very fine gown of disguise.  The school had no project at hand, and there wasn’t any visible part of the school in need of urgent fixing.  This has been like this for years.  Parents paying for developmental fees, without challenging the school,  just doing it because the school asked for it. How can you tell me that you parents are in the right place? You would scream and tear down doors with this petty traders on the street of markets at you neighbourhood, but you cant stand your ground when you are being deceived by a white collar pen holding human. Just as long as a name is assigned to the money,  you are ready to pay without investigation. You don’t want to complain so the school won’t see you are receiving a broke parent. Just because others are blindly paying, you have decided to equally pay since others are doing it. You parents have to sit up to this country.  You can’t change the system of the country from the level of Presidency,  you start with where you find yourself. You children’s school is one of those places, your work and home. Dark parents,  pay more attention to the he payments you  make at school.  You might not have a problem paying it, but you are the hope of those who can’t see you it, and need you voice to say “No” to the educational extortion. Just because it has a name doesn’t mean that it is legit fee. Stay woke out there..

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 Lil’ Jon Opens Second School In Ghana, with Over 550 Students ⠀⠀⠀

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Last year, crunk music pioneer and philanthropist, #LilJon, assisted in opening a primary school in Ghana, Africa. Well now, Lil’ Jon has continued his efforts, opening a second primary school in the village of Mafi Atitekpo.
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“Mafi Atitekpo DA Primary School” was finished in December 2017 and inaugurated in July. The school currently has 313 children enrolled. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Lil’ Jon’s first school, built in honor of his late mother Carrie M.Smi, enrolled almost 250 students, and now between both schools, over 550 young scholars are receiving an education. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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According to Hot New Hip Hop, Lil’ Jon contributed $70,000 to construct the schools, in conjunction with Pencils of Promise, an organization that has helped build 492 schools with approximately 100,000 children enrolled. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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In a statement, Lil’ Jon said, “Last year, I went with my family to open up my first Pencils of Promise school in Ghana, and now to have over 300 kids already enrolled in my second school there is incredible…It’s been really fulfilling to see the impact these schools have made on so many of these children’s and families’ futures.”
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Lil’ Jon has been making huge moves, meaningful moves, in silence. Congratulations and much respect to the King Of Crunk!

Via: Balleralert

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ASUU Begins Indefinite Strike..

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The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has ordered its members across the country to commence an indefinite strike action.

The announcement was made, on Sunday, after a meeting of leaders of the union at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo state.

The National President of ASUU, Professor Abiodun Ogunyemi, revealed that the union took the decision due to the poor funding of universities in the country. He stressed that the strike will be indefinite and total.

My Opinion 

These ones have seen things. They have been in strike and labour have gotten their own want. So sad.

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Minimum Wage: Ignore court order, go ahead with strike, civil society group tells labour .

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A civil society group, Joint Action Front (JAF), said on Sunday it was in support of the new N30,000 minimum wage proposed by organised labour while accusing the government of being insincere and unwilling to pay the proposed amount.
JAF in a statement signed by Dipo Fashina and Abiodun Aremu, its chairman and secretary respectively, urged the organised labour to disregard the court injunction procured by the federal government stopping it from embarking on its planned indefinite strike.
Following the breakdown of negotiation with the government, the organised labour fixed November 6 as the start of an indefinite strike. The government, however, secured an order from the National Industrial Court of Nigeria on Friday stopping the two main labour unions in the country, Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC) from embarking on the planned strike.

JAF said the strike is the only way to get the government to accept the proposed minimum wage.
“Minimum wage by law, and by legitimate demand, is for all workers [from level 01 – 17 and other salary scales] in the public and private employment of 50 or more employees. Indeed, for us in JAF, Minimum wage should be mandatory for all employers regardless the number of employees,” the statement declared.
. “The current demand for a new National Minimum Wage has gone beyond the stage of negotiation, hence the N30,000 agreed at the Tripartite Committee, which is even very poor [@ US$83 per month compared to 1981 Minimum Wage of N125 @ US$250), represents an irreducible minimum and therefore, IT IS NOT NEGOTIABLE.”
The group stated that the federal government as well as state governments will not pay the N30,000 being proposed by labour if not compelled to do so.
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Minimum Wage: We Won’t Sign Agreement Less Than N30,000 – Labour

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A labour leader, Joe Ajaero, has declared that the organised labour would never sign any agreement with the federal government on new National Minimum Wage which is less than N30,000.

”N24,000 can never be the new Minimum Wage for workers. If the government pays it, then it is an award,” Mr Ajaero, President, United Labour Congress (ULC), said.

Ajaero told reporters in Lagos that the tripartite committee agreed that N30,000 would be paid at the end of its negotiation as the New Minimum Wage for workers.

He said it was sad that N30,000 was adopted by the tripartite committee but the representatives of government announced N24, 000.

The labour leader said that the organised labour would stand against it and would not sign any document, which does not reflect the true deliberation by the tripartite committee.

He said that the committee had concluded its meeting on the new wage and labour was expecting the government to invite them to sign an agreement on the decision

On November 27, 2017, President Muhammadu Buhari, approved the appointment of a 30-member tripartite National Minimum Wage Committee for the negotiation of a new national minimum wage for the country.

Labour collectively demanded for N65,000 per month as the new Minimum Wage for all workers as harmonised by the organised labour.

However, after many delays on reaching an agreement on the figure for a new wage, the NLC, TUC and the ULC on September 26 went on a two-day nationwide warning strike, to protest government’s delay on the wage by not allowing the committee conclude its job.

www.OnoBello.com/News

My Opinion

Nigerians have had enough for the vicious circle of lies and deceit. Nobody will get what they want by sitting down and watching. This to me, it a good way to go about it.

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Mr Eazi joins the Otedolas in celebrating his girlfriend as she graduates from College.

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A photo pop shows Singer Mr Eazi as he Joins The Otedolas To Celebrate Temi Otedola’s Graduation

Fashion Blogger and Entrepreneur, Temi Otedola graduated from University College London with Bachelors Degree in History of Art.

Her father, Femi Otedola, her mother, Nana, her sisters and her boyfriend, Mr Eazi were all in attendance to celebrate with her as she had a family type graduation dinner. Congratulations to her and to him for a long lasting relationship so far.

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JAMB speaks on reduction in cost of UTME form.

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has said it is not going to reduce the cost of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) for 2019 exercise.

In the past few years, the cost has remained at N5,000. But there have been calls for a downward review following a constant remittance of over N7 billion realized from the sale of forms and other miscellaneous services by the Board.

JAMB Registrar, Mr. Ishaq Oloyede told journalists on Thursday in Abuja, that it is yet to give it a thought. He added that the call for the reduction of the registration fee of its candidates is baseless.

Oloyede questioned why the agitators are not asking other boards like WAEC, NECO, NABTEB to reduce the cost of their exams.

“The secret was that we have means of managing the resources properly to the point that we now have what could be called surplus.

“That was largely because we are open enough to return the surplus to government. That might be the reason for the intense call for downward review of the cost,” Oloyede said.

However, he said the exam body would only follow directive from the appropriate authorities on issues that concern cost of the UTME forms.

“If the government feels we should adjust, we will adjust and not as a result of unqualified, baseless request in some quarters,” he said.

Via : Dailypost

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First Female Christian Governor assumes office in Egypt.

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President Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi of Egypt on Thursday swore in 21 New Provincial Governors, including the First Female Governor from the country’s minority Christian Community.

Manal Mikhail has been appointed governor of the coastal city of Damietta, becoming the first-ever Christian woman to hold such a position, private newspaper al-Masry al-Youm reported.

The 51-year-old woman’s previous post was deputy governor of Giza, home to the world-famous pyramids.

Egypt has the largest Christian community in the Middle East, accounting for around 10 per cent of the country’s mostly Muslim population of 95 million.

Egypt’s Christians have long complained of persecution and Islamist attacks.

Al-Sissi, a Muslim, is popular among the country’s Christians, who backed his ouster of Islamist president Mohammed Morsi following Mass Street protests against his divisive rule.

Al-Sissi has courted the Christian community to an extent unseen for decades, visiting the main Coptic Orthodox cathedral in Cairo on several occasions since he took office in 2014.

In 2016, the parliament, led by al-Sissi’s backers, approved a long-awaited law aimed at easing restrictions on building churches.

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Colorado school district starts four-day school week.

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A Colorado school district will no longer have class on Mondays. According to reports, District 27J is attempting a $1 million experiment this year by cutting the school week to just four days.
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@FoxNews reports that the new academic schedule is to cut cost and attract more teachers, however there are mixed reviews. The district says they will save money on running school buses and paying substitute teachers, but some parents are concerned about who will watch their children on Mondays while they are at work.
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“We really feel like Monday is the day to prepare and to be better for kids,” Superintendent Chris Fiedler told @USAToday. “This will give people a chance to have a weekend and then come in on Monday — whether they’re paid to or not because they’re doing that work anyway to be prepared for kids and to be better for—read more on TheShadeRoom.com!

📷: Theshaderoom

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Actress and single mother of two Georgina Onuoha adds one more masters to her list of achievements.

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from @georginaonuoha – To God be the glory
Another Masters added
Masters of Science in Healthcare Sciences
To you oh lord I dedicate this because without you, it wouldn’t have been possible.
My pain, my weakness, my sickness, my hopelessness and my helplessness you’ve crowned with glory.
Next phase ready
Graduate 🎓
Class of 2018 👩‍🎓
4.0 GPA
Thanks to all who helped and supported me through out this journey; I say a big thanks. To my mom and kids thanks for your understanding and support for the long days and nights I couldn’t spend with you as a family yet you showed me love and understanding 🙏🏻. To my friends Lars Slangerup @larsslangerup thanks for all the support and push for me to be better. Akua @dido_7 if only words will be enough to say thank you; but it won’t.. just know I love you so dearly, to Clara @clarackronborg , Soren @inventailor @divalioussophy1 @mskimberlyla thanks for all the love and support. Fumi @naomiraheem how do I begin to thank you for stepping in and carrying my kids and mum along days I couldn’t rise to the occasion because of work, school and businesses , God bless you immensely for me sister. I can’t thank you guys enough. Peter @peterromerdk thanks for all your support, love and kindness it means so much to me. Thanks to all my aunts, brothers, sister, cousins, nieces, nephews and to you my amazing fans and friends. You all made this possible for me 🙏🏻. You all mean so much to me and thanks for loving me endlessly 🙏🏻

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University of Dundee: $5000 Scholarship up for grabs.

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Professor Peter McEleavy from Dundee is visiting your city! £5000 merit Scholarship is available!

University of Dundee is a world top 200 University, Scottish University of the year 2016 and 2017 and one of the 12 recipient of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Gold status for UK Universities. .

We have also been recently ranked 3rd for Law in Guardian 2019 UK ranking and currently ranked 23rd in the Good University UK Guide 2019. We have also been ranked no 1 for student satisfaction in Scotland for the past 5 years.

Commencing a degree at Dundee in September is a popular choice for many students. Whether students choose to start with us in September or January, they will receive the same quality education and student experience. .

Our Global Excellence Scholarship of £5000 is also open to applicants starting in September 2018 at both undergraduate and postgraduate level.
We have a range of postgraduate and undergraduate degrees you can choose from including Anatomy, Dentistry, Business, Computing, Engineering, Law, Oil&Gas, Energy/Minerals, Public Health, Urban Planning and Environmental studies etc

Meet with Professor Peter McEleavy, Associate Dean International in your city to learn how a UK education at Dundee can transform your life. Peter will also be happy to make on the spot scholarship and admission to students. Please come with all your academic documents. Entry is free.

IBADAN Monday, 2nd July 2018
Venue: UKEAS  Shell close, Ile Oridetu, Onireke
Time: 11.00-14.00

ABUJA
Date: Tuesday, 3rd July
Venue: B&S Education E study center. Plot 307, Suite 308, Kings plaza, opposite NAF Conference center, Kado Phase 2
Time: 12.00-14.00 .

Date: Wednesday, 4th July
Venue: UKEAS Abuja 50 Adetokunbo Ademola street, between UBA and H-medix, Wuse 2
Time: 14.00-17.00
Enquiries:
Babajide Ogundeji
Recruitment Officer, West Africa University of Dundee
M: ‪+2348175133447‬  E: b.ogundeji@dundee.ac.uk

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Final year student of Auchi Poly, caught in the act of Exam malpractice.

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A final year Banking and Finance student of the Auchi Polytechnic, Edo State, has been caught cheating with the aid of her pair of slippers.

According to report, the student was caught, last week Wednesday, by a lecturer called Ganni, with potential answers written on the slippers.

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Nigerian Ladies considered most likely to be entrepreneurs than their U.S counterparts.

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Contrary to what our Leaders are doing to us, the world now considers the Nigerian woman four times as like to be an entrepreneur than a woman in the U.S. The urge for  independence of a Nigerian woman is being felt in her day to day activity, her urge to better herself,  her need to make her own money and become a sustainable system to her own self. The Nigerian woman now draws power from the insufficiency of the society and the people she once considered her backbone and a saving grace. The moment she realised that she was and still is actually a lot stronger    than she was made to believe, she picked up her load, not without doubt, and fought her way up.

The weird thing is, most men don’t have any other thing to bring to the table except money. When a man realises that you can provide your own money for yourself,  the are disoriented because they don’t know what else they can give to you. They feel  threatened because you have taken up the only responsibility they were told all their lives that belonged to them. Their love is not constant because they were not built to be like that unlike he women. So men are climbing down the ladder of responsibility and giving up their birth right to women who in turn dont need them any longer.

Long live the Nigerian woman.

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