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Politics / DTHA 2019 Uvwie People want BARR. AMOS d*ckSON E. KUKURU
« on: April 21, 2018, 10:18:07 PM »
A Politician is a person actively involved in party politics, or a person directly or indirectly involved in the act of politicking with the sole aim of acquiring or determining who wields power. In democratic nations, politicians seek elective position in government through elections by the electorates because sovereignty resides with the people.They are individuals who are involved in influencing public policy and decision making in government as well as private individual. Politician plays a central role in our lives. They are the vocal mouth piece of the masses that make all efforts to improve their constituencies and the masses welfare.
A determined and service oriented politician Is always delighted to serve the people of his constituencies or districts and considers himself as a servant. He represents the hopes, desires and general interest of every citizen In a given nation.
First and foremost the best quality of a politician is HONESTY, GOD FEARING and LOVING.

 That's why we have looked around our party All Progressives Congress (APC) and are glad to present you, BARR. AMOS d*ckSON E. KUKURU because he has the above quality of a good politician to represent us in DTHA UVWIE CONSTITUTENCY 2019 by the special grace of Almighty God. Be wise in making the right choice for KUKURU is the man who possess the necessary qualities that distinguishes a good politician.


Business / Vote Ejobee as Assistant Secretary, DELSU WMPCS
« on: April 18, 2018, 06:51:46 AM »
Vote Ejobee as Assistant Secretary, DELSU WMPCS

Dear Colleague,

Please, kindly vote for Lucky Ogheneruemu EJOBEE as Assistant Secretary, Workers Multi-Purpose Cooperative Society, Delta State University, Abraka.

"I have a lofty agenda of injecting fresh Godly ideas and welfarism into the cooperative. With my experience as academic staff for a decade, if voted, I assure you of transparency, equality, prudence, accountability, accessibility and productivity."

He briefly noted.

God bless you richly in Jesus Christ name! Amen.

Kelly Hassino makes a hot case for Adeboye, Oyedepo, Oyakhilome, TB Joshua

My personal opinion of the four most famous Nigerian pastors

1: E.A Adeboye
For me, this tired and expired piece of relic is the patriarch of a well established and deeply rooted criminal syndicate known as "Nigerian Pentecostalism" that specials in the act of using deception and falsehoods to extort and obtain money from individuals under false pretence.

2. David Oyedepo
This is the rather diminutive(small figured) but highly erratic, mentally unstable, second in the chain of command of the criminal syndicate. A malevolent bully and a control freak. He is not easily approachable, pompous, prone to outbursts and very mean such that one foul word of his mouth can go as far to break the spirit and drain the strength out of an averagely motivated man. His tendency towards grandstanding can be explained in psychology as a subconscious effort to overcompensate for his small frame or in some cases, a problem of a small soft rod itself can be a trigger to such psychological abnormalities in a man.

3. Pastor Chris Oyakhilome:
This a congenital, unrepentant megalomaniac and narcissist who reasons known to him, has come to strongly adopt the belief that the world revolves around him and nobody else. A smooth operator, a sweet talking, highly sophisticated, naturally charismatic con-artists and swindler.
Left alone together, Pastor Chris as he is fondly called can hypnotise any person in a matter of minutes and by the time you're back to consciousness, he would have stripped you of all your possession and you'll be wondering how it happened. But then it's too late because you've lost all your memory. Though he looks overtly calm and comfortable, but deep down, Pastor Chris is an insecure and a troubled man deep down.

4. TB Joshua:
Considering his poor economic and educational background and hence his command of english, TB Joshua can be described as a rare case of a genius! How he transformed his situation around to become a highly renowned stage craftsman, dramatist and performer is worthy of note. He puts so much sentiment and life into his dramas and plays to the utter shock and consternation of his audiences.
His gift has seen him attract a large foreigner market as dignitaries from all over the globe troop into the country week after week to watch him display his skills.
He has also made a great fortune for himself and more importantly he understands the importance of giving back to the community that has given you so much. He is a social responsible philanthropist.

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Business / First Bank Unveils Promo To Reward Verve Card Users
« on: April 17, 2018, 07:52:29 AM »
First bank in partnership with Verve International, has announced a promotion to reward its customers for using their FirstBank Verve card to purchase petrol at selected Oando filling stations in Lagos.

FirstBank Verve Card holders would receive free extra litres of petrol each time they use their FirstBank verve cards to purchase a minimum of N3,000 worth of petrol, The selected Oando petrol stations where the promo will run are the Maryland, Marina, Alapere and Ojodu Berger stations.

The promo, which will run from Thursday to Monday every week between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. will end on Monday, May 21.

According to the statement from First Bank, Verve Card is a secure debit card which allows the card-holder to conveniently meet day-to-day financial needs like the payment for goods and services, airtime recharge, bill payments, funds transfer amongst others.

It is accepted at all ATMs, POS/Web/Mobile Channels, Firstmonie Agent Kiosks, and Bank branches connected to the Interswitch network in Nigeria.

Verve has over 37 million cards and tokens issued across eight African countries.

Verve cards can also be used outside Africa as it is accepted in over 185 countries across the globe.


News / Buhari Government Worst In Education Funding – ASUU
« on: April 17, 2018, 07:43:58 AM »
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has warned that the stifling of education funding under the Muhammadu Buhari government is preparing the country for a greater future doom.

It stated that the nonchalant attitude of the Buhari-led government to education appears to be the worst in the history of Nigeria with about 7 percent allocation to Education.

Chairman, University of Ibadan branch of ASUU, Dr. Deji Omole, who stated this on Monday in an interview with journalists, noted that the failure to vote enough money to public varsity education is already causing gradual crisis of confrontation between University administration and students in some parts of the country.

Omole said, “It will be difficult to have a citizen that will love the country in the future if the current trend of abandoning the poor while taking care of the rich continues. While each senators is paid N13.5million as running cost per month the same Senate appropriated a paltry sum of N66million for capital projects for University of Ibadan with students population of about 30,000.
“This can only happen where the ruling class lacks vision like Nigeria. This same government refuses to drop a kobo for the revitalization of public universities. Now many children of the masses are denied access because universities cannot admit beyond what the dilapidated infrastructure can take. Yet their parents cannot afford private university. the federal government is owing about N800billion revitalization funds to public varsities as contained in the agreements with ASUU.”
The ASUU, who vowed that the union will oppose any plan to force children of the masses out of school by imposing on them dues that are the duties of federal government, asserted that the ruling APC has performed poorly in Education.

According to him, the United States of America that members of the elite takes their children to funds her public varsities because the USA is interested in bridging the gap between the rich and the poor, and knows the negative implication of having a growing pool of illiterates as we have in Nigeria.
Omole maintained that the Buhari government has paid lip service to public education but prefers to pacify militants and terrorists.
The ASUU chairman stated that while the masses are groaning in hardship, the political class have increased their number and stored enough money taken from the collective patrimony in preparation for the 2019 general elections.

Number of TIMES People have LIKED Goodnews Andrew Eruemuare (SIR A-ONE)'s Posts on Facebook

Facebook have a way of calculating real likes from auto likes. And they update their users in round figures of 10,000; 15,000; 20,000; 25,000, 30,000 etc

SIR A-ONE got below message days ago from Facebook:

Eruemuare, your friends have liked your posts 31,000 times!
We're glad you're getting support from your friends and hope this has made the world feel a little closer.

Below is the list of the full national executive of Creative Writers’ Association of Nigeria (CWAN):

Ben Ige (Oyo State), National Coordinator/President.

Biokpo Joshua West (Rivers State), Vice President

Abubakar Ishaq Eazy (Kogi State), General Secretary

Ajiri-oghene J. Oreh (Delta State), Publicity Secretary

Agboluaje Muhammed Adebimpe (Kwara State), Orator

Malik Arch-jubril Olalekan (Lagos State), Treasurer.

The new national executive tenure is from April, 2018 – April, 2021.

Do you want to join any of the Chapters and the national group?

Click here

(Part 2)

I wasn't being hyperbolical when I implied that the Nigerian academic system is like a dance of the spirit. Now, hear my experience:

I had applied for my transcript three months earlier, to enable me further my studies. I was finally called at the expiration of 3 months to send this long list of documents:

1. Student Clearance Form
2. Statement of Result
3. Guarantor's Form
4. O'Level Certificate
5. Affidavit
6. JAMB Slip
7. JAMB Provisional Admission Letter
8. Course Forms(100 level to 400 level)
9. Passports
10. Personal Data Form
11. Medical Form
12. Form for Acceptance of Provisional Offer of Admission.

It was so overwhelming! I couldn't believe I was to bring all these in a file. Was this not the same university where I graduated from, and submitted 3 different files with all these credentials? Why, in the world, did I need to go through all this again?

It's shocking that the Nigerian Universities Commission even rank some of these universities, when they are shambles. The mess is simply unbelievable!

When will universities in Nigeria become a place for acquiring sound education? When will our schools be equipped with well furnished buildings and laboratories?

Much of the blame must go to the NUC. They are aware of the rot, but keep accrediting these institutions. They are clearly being bribed!

When it's time for accreditation, most departments will paint their buildings and beautify their physical outlook. They will then do all they can, legal and illegal, to get accredited. After that, they go back to hibernation.

If drastic measures are not taken, Nigeria's education system will slide into oblivion. No wonder, no Nigerian university is among the top ranked universities in Africa. Something has to change quickly!

The end.

« on: April 14, 2018, 03:22:05 PM »

Love is the supreme thing. Love humans and use money not the other way round because in the end money is a vanity object. Have you ever had a burning desire to correct the wrongs that your people face ? Have you ever hated oppression passionately ? Have you ever wanted justice for all not the justice just for the rich and powerful ? Have you ever wished everyone can afford the basic needs in life  ? When i hear that people are killed in their farms in my constituency and nothing is done to the culprits it makes me feel sad despite its not my family. When i see the suffering and hunger of my people it makes my heart bleed because there should not be hunger when we are rich as a nation. When i see a lot of jobless and hopeless people in my constituency it makes me wonder how did it get this bad.

My desire to positively change this trend for the better is one of the catalyst that inspire me to aspire to represent my people for House of Representatives in Ethiope Federal Constituency. Money is paper thus we should learn to love more and unite so that we can change our future positively together. We are the leaders of today, tomorrow and the future so now its the time to take action.  Together we will win and have the better life we all desire.



Politics / Summary of Buhari’s First Term!
« on: April 12, 2018, 09:41:41 AM »
Summary of Buhari’s First Term:

Meet the Press: 1

Local press interview: 1

International press interview: 3

Live Address to the nation: 1

Recorded Address nation : 2

Economic Summit attendance: 0

National Planning Workshops: 0

Economic Roundtable Meeting: 0

Briefing from National Economic Council: 1

Working visits to states - 5

International trips - 35

Federal Projects Commissioned: 0

Inflation rate : 18% (from single digit in 2015)

Exchange Rate: Naira falls by 200% to 365 to $1

Fulani herdsmen arrest : 0
Nigerians killed by herdsmen - over 2,000

Boko Haram arrests/ casualty: 0
Soldiers killed by Boko Haram: over 700
Money paid to Boko Haram: $25m (2016-2018)

Debt Burden: Highest single tenure (4yr span) borrowing since 1914.

Economic adviser: None

Infrastructure ministers: non-technical

Education: WAEC performance dropped 65% ( Worst ever in the North)

Zamfara Common Entrance registered : 28

Katsina WAEC performance - 23%

Maternal mortality : Now worse

Infant mortality : Now worse

Life Expectancy : Dropped to 57


News / 5 Persons who declared themselves DEMONS on Facebook
« on: April 12, 2018, 09:07:32 AM »
5 Persons who declared themselves DEMONS on Facebook

Charles Adebayo Smith
a Yoruba Demon. That's his other name on Facebook.

Darlington Mossay II
an Urhobo Demon. He said that in his post dated May 14, 2017 at 8:26pm.

Maleek Berry
an Hausa Demon. He called himself an Hausa Demon in his post dated
March 23 at 12:41am.

Frank Hult
an Igbo Demon. He called himself an Igbo Demon in his post on October 14, 2017 at 11:44am.

Ijaw Merlin declared himself an Ijaw Demon on October 21, 2017 at 10:24am.

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Profiles / Obinna Oke NOW Officially Dr Oke Obinna Innocent
« on: April 12, 2018, 07:28:00 AM »
Obinna Oke NOW Officially Dr Oke Obinna Innocent 

The brilliant writer who is now a certified medical doctor took to his Facebook profile to celebrate the good news!

It's over! I just bagged my MBBS degree!
The journey through EBSU Medical School was both intricately tortuous and onerous. It took over 8 long years of utter restlessness and maddening anxiety in pursuit of this noble dream. Stories of which shall be told in bits and volumes. But not today. Today is for testimonies to an ever merciful God who saw me through it all. It was all Him and Him alone.

A deep look at the pictures below tells a little of this fascinating adventure; a tale of passion. Of pain. Of joy and triumph. And of all that remains; a mere model of skin and bones and nothing in between! But the hope into a better shape has never been any clearer. I will gain flesh again! My heart blasts with joy and exhilaration!
Thank God with me.

Officially Dr Oke Obinna Innocent.

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Obinna Oke qualified as a medical doctor, Macpherson Priest Okpara drops a Tribute to Resilience 

That he has just qualified as a medical doctor is not the subject of this commentary. I am concerned with the many things that make him significantly different from several other young men of this age.
A person of humble beginning, he has so redefined humility that his character belittles the proverbial lamb. Add this to his meekness, his humour, his disarming smiles: you get a man endowed with irresistible charisma.
A young man exposed early in life to telling rigours and tortures of living in a nation where dreams die on conception, he has mastered the dictates of resilience and assuaged the vagaries of his chosen path to fulfilment, emerging a medic after some eight years of tears and laughter.
Truthful, trustworthy and contented, his life is a good study in selflessness and unnerving inclination to humanitarian fervour. One example: late last year he made a Facebook post about a helpless widow and her children in the grips of abject poverty and suffering. A stranger responded by paying N7m (seven million Naira) into his account for the purpose of building a three-bedroom bungalow for the family. Obinna diligently caused the house to stand (between February and March this year), and handed it over to the widow, complete with furnishings and motorised bore-hole water. It may interest you to note that the widow is not from Dr Oke's community or local government area. Her late son, Joshua, was Dr Oke's friend. Obinna is the SAINT I know!
Highly talented and creative, he operates otherworldly and aims to attain the acme of his callings, especially creative writing and medical practice; this makes his goals dwarf the aspirations of most merry-go age mates of his. I recall that when I met him some ten years ago at the readings of the Abakaliki Literary Society and the Association of Nigerian Authors, I immediately recognized his brilliance and charm. Ever since, he has been my friend, a member of my mastermind alliance, an indispensable companion in the intellectual movement. I recall having to part-sponsor his attendance at one or two Annual International Conventions of the Association of Nigerian Authors to carry him along, promote him and keep his company.

Obaino, your successful journey to the medical profession is a plus for humanity. I am convinced you are poised to render superlative services to man, that you are not going to exploit your patients, that success will be your nickname as you practise, that all the sacrifices you have made will be fully rewarded.
From the beginning, I have been an insider drinking the story of your sail to this ultimate destination, gulping doses of the emanating tales, sharing sparks of the prickly pains and laughing to the riveting thrills.
I believe in you. I believe in your stardom. I believe you will rise to the highest stratum of the job and the other job, creative writing.
The Literati Temple family and the literary community in Ebonyi State congratulate you!

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The great writer took to his Facebook profile to salute people on the successful completion of his B.A Project at the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife

All praises and adoration are due to Almighty God who in His infinite grace, mercy and favour has been guiding me right from my day one on this earth to the present moment. His grace on me and those who surround me has been quite unquantifiable and what I should really do is thank the great God heartily forevermore.
Having thanked God and placed Him first, I deem it fit to extend my appreciation to those people whom God has used as mechanisms for my success up to this level. Dr. Yemi Adegoju, my fatherly supervisor, should make the first entry on my list of appreciation. There were times when I had the conceptions that you are hateful and ever harsh to your students on purpose. In fact, some of my colleagues said with shudder that I was in soup when I told them you are my supervisor. It was until I was able to frequent your office as a supervisee that I had change in my prior conceptions that you are a Pan-Africanist, disciplined academically and love to instruct for one to be useful effectively for societies for good. How apt in this regard is the Yoruba saying that it is in pain and throb that one goes through the process of beautifying laceration which would eventually be a source of joy. It is still surprising you could speak with me in a jovial manner on serious matters. You would at times call me “Kay baba” and that always makes me smile for real. Thanks so much my Oga, for establishing the familiarity and for instructing us all masterly and adequately from day one.
How much appreciation is ever sufficient for one’s parents who have looked after one right from pregnancy come this far? Words will never be able to appreciate you, Chief Joseph Sunday Kayode and Mrs. Elizabeth Kayode and my step mother, Mrs. Monisola Kayode for everything you have done in my existence. I thank you all for giving birth to me, bringing me up, instilling morality in me, and sending me to school to be useful. May the Almighty God give you the opportunity to have the brightest harvest of your toil and moil on me!
Thank you once again, Dr. Yemi Adegoju. May this acknowledgement never end if the names of those other lecturers who have made positive impact on me for the last four years have not appeared yet in this business of appreciation! The list in this regard should include: Prof Babalola, Prof Segun Adekoya, Dr. Mosobalaje, Dr. Akande, Dr. Faleye, Aya Faleye, Prof Atoye, Dr. Mrs. Hunsu, Prof Adeoti, Dr. Raheem, Dr. Muhammad Ademilokun, Dr. Coker, Dr. Omigbule, Dr. Bamigbade, Dr. Ayeomoni and Mr. Babalola.
I should also not forget the support of my elder brothers and sisters such as Oluwagbenga (RIP), Femi, Nike, Bunmi, Kemi, Ayodeji, Olumide, Olamilekan and Oluwatosin. I specially thank you for your financial assistance from the first day we met, Mr. Tayo Ogunsola and Mr. Gbenga Awodire; may God enrich your purse the more henceforth!
The onus is on me to acknowledge those organisations within and beyond OAU, Ile-Ife which made positive change in my life while I was on campus. These organisations are: Association of Campus Journalists Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife (ACJ OAU ILE IFE) (under which I was the Assistant General Secretary for one academic session), OAU Peeps (where I was the General Secretary for one academic session), OAU; Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA), Creative Writers’ Association of Nigeria, Osun State Chapter (CWAN) (as Osun State Coordinator yet) and Pengicians worldwide.
Finally, I appreciate you my wonderful friends back home who were there during tough times: Ayomikun, Tayo, Sulaiman, Hafeez, Abiodun. I love you all my friends, whom I met on campus: Alexander, Ebo, Marcus, Victor, Gbemisola, Raphael, Tolu, Oluwadaminiola, Quadri and Ibrahim. Thanks for being there, when there is food and when there is no food, thanks for

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