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|Education / Re: Chevron Scholarship Shortlisted Candidates Let's Meet Here! by gokuu(m): 11:01am On May 04|
gokuu: I got only the text, didnt get the mail. Just wondering whats happenningok, just got the mail.
Chams city, lagos.
|Education / Re: Chevron Scholarship Shortlisted Candidates Let's Meet Here! by gokuu(m): 10:58am On May 04|
I got only the text, didnt get the mail. Just wondering whats happenning
|Education / Re: JAMB Releases 2013 UTME Results, Withholds 12,110 Results by gokuu(m): 10:37am On May 04|
|Education / Re: JAMB Releases 2013 UTME Results, Withholds 12,110 Results by gokuu(m): 10:32am On May 04|
Abeg, help me check dis one
gokuu: Pls, help me check this one
|Education / Re: JAMB Releases 2013 UTME Results, Withholds 12,110 Results by gokuu(m): 10:24am On May 04|
Pls, help me check this one
|Education / Re: 2012/2013 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP (Nigerian Awards) by gokuu(m): 11:49am On Apr 08|
en jay: Enugu state venue : fed govt college enugu,by esbs busstop....am ryt der nw.....we're still in †ђξ accreditation process.....damnd tins goin soo slow!....
en jay: Enugu state venue : fed govt college enugu,by esbs busstop....am ryt der nw.....we're still in †ђξ accreditation process.....damnd tins goin soo slow!....pls, what documents were requested for the accreditation. ?
|Education / Re: The Most Stressful University In Nigeria by gokuu(m): 11:53pm On Mar 30|
What a lousy thread!
|Celebrities / Re: Beyonce Supports Gay Marriage by gokuu(m): 9:46pm On Mar 29|
Klinee: Pls my brothers and sisters let us keep on killing gays.they are evil and worth not to live.kill themStaunch Illiterate!
|Violent/Disgusting Non-Celebrity Crimes / Re: 3 Headless Bodies Thrown From Jeep On Ijebu-Ode-Ibadan Road? (BBM) by gokuu(m): 8:10pm On Mar 25|
Turns out its a false story.
|Education / Re: 2013 CHEVRON Nigeria Limited Scholarship Awards. by gokuu(m): 8:10pm On Mar 17|
i've tried uploading the verified profile but it keeps rejecting the upload despite the fact that its in jpeg format. has any one successfully uploaded the verified profile??
|Education / Re: 2013 CHEVRON Nigeria Limited Scholarship Awards. by gokuu(m): 9:13am On Mar 04|
I haven't been able to verify mine also, i think its a problem with their site.
|Education / Re: Mtn Scholarship by gokuu(m): 4:23pm On Dec 12, 2012|
oyekola: My schoolwhich school? And how exactly, was a list pasted?
Anyway, there will be a test for shortlisted candidates, then the awardees will be selected.
|Politics / Re: 101 Arrested Over Biafra Protests by gokuu(m): 11:50pm On Nov 05, 2012|
Very good! Those people are becoming more foolish by the day, they should realise that Nigeria has come to stay.
|Education / Re: SHELL Petroleum (SPDC) Scholarship by gokuu(m): 3:05pm On Oct 28, 2012|
email@example.com:how did you hear?
|Career / Re: What Is The Basic Salary For An ACA Holder ? by gokuu(m): 9:30pm On Oct 27, 2012|
GentleFrank: Considering the fact that ICAN exams are tough and costly to take, i will like to know the expected salary payments after passing the exams finally as an ACA. Experienced people in the house should pls help out. I want to take a quick decision now.If you think ICAN is tough, try CIMA! That's tough!
If you think ICAN is expensive, try ACCA! That's expensive!
Don't expect a huge salary for just holding an ICAN certificate because ICAN is such a common thing now, everybody is now 'chartered'. What i think really matters if your work experience, your degree course, your class of degree, e.t.c.
|Education / Re: Unilag Vc List by gokuu(m): 10:15am On Oct 24, 2012|
Only a foolish person will believe this. There is nothing like VC list in UNILAG. Merit, supplementary and Direct entry(those who completed diploma) list. Admission is closed! Face ur book and prepare for 2013/2014.
|Education / Re: Describe Your School Or Alma Mater In One Word by gokuu(m): 8:06pm On Oct 16, 2012|
One word is not enough to describe my school.
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS........Nigeria's University of First choice and the nation's pride.
.............a manifestation of structure, order, government.
|Education / Re: (08107374377)unilag Vc List Is Being Compiled.for Admission Help,call by gokuu(m): 7:04am On Oct 12, 2012|
Why must you deceive people? Hungry cow!
To all admission seekers, UNILAG has concluded all admissions, there is nothing like VC or registrar list in UNILAG. UNILAG only releases 1 merit and 1 supplementry list for UTME admissions, DON'T BE DECEIVED!!!
|Education / Re: Which University Do U Tink Is D Most Competitive 2 Get Admission To In Nigeria? by gokuu(m): 11:10pm On Sep 17, 2012|
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS.........we all know its UNILAG! why this exhausting arguement?
|Violent/Disgusting Non-Celebrity Crimes / Re: UNIBEN Student: Daniel Ike Killed By Cultists by gokuu(m): 3:35pm On Sep 09, 2012|
Na wa o, the guy sef dosen't look gentle himself. Uniben, the den of cultism!
|Education / Re: NLNG SCHOLARSHIP 2012 Shortlist Is Out!!! Exam's Saturday Aug 11. by gokuu(m): 12:41am On Aug 04, 2012|
who knows the format??
|Education / Re: UNILAG Is Highest Ranked Nigerian University In Africa by gokuu(m): 12:20am On Jul 24, 2012|
Blueboy0402: Is it UNILAG or MAULAGGo ask your Grandma! MUMU
|Education / Re: UNILAG Is Highest Ranked Nigerian University In Africa by gokuu(m): 12:18am On Jul 24, 2012|
Johnsinia: I dnt care wat ds ranking is saying. D fact stil remain dat theres only 2 University in Nigeria, dey r:JOKE OF THE YEAR!
|Education / Re: UNILAG Is Highest Ranked Nigerian University In Africa by gokuu(m): 12:16am On Jul 24, 2012|
comradefery: Thank God academic excellence was not the basis, cos UNN has always been and remains a Silent Achiever, a bedrock for Intellectualism, a Pace setter in Scholarship; not a training ground for Prestigious Prostitutes, and shelter for the Half Baked Beer Drinking MAULAG protesters!A jealous fool like u will at best become a societal nitwit.i wouldn't really balme you but the '
loads of AKPU' you swallowed in your miserable life at nsuka. its really makes it even more bizarre when you mention that cult-ridden, village school which you were unfortunate to attend after series of trial & error to go to better schools.
|Education / Re: Covenant Varsity Produces 88 First Class Students by gokuu(m): 1:05pm On Jul 01, 2012|
Hmmn.....this is yet another feat in that University. 88 out of 1389! Is it just me or is it really high? I'm sure they wouldn't be good enough for a 3rd class in AKOKA. Many of my lecturers TEACH there and they tell us they teach them highly simplified things. All the same, 'congrats' to them.
|Politics / Re: Babatunde Ogunnaike. Elected Fellow Of National Academy Of Engineering by gokuu(m): 3:18pm On Jun 23, 2012|
Good! another UNILAG product setting the pace, Greatest Akokite!
|Politics / Re: Senate Approves UNILAG Renaming by gokuu(m): 3:19pm On Jun 07, 2012|
Hahahah.....fools again on nairaland. How can they vote or debate the issue when they are on recess? LOL, which on sef is ascology??
|Politics / Re: GEJ Seeks Senate Approval To Rename UNILAG And 2 Other Federal Universities. by gokuu(m): 5:02pm On Jun 06, 2012|
Thank God for Akokites, so if not for our rejection, MUMU GEJ would have forced an illegality on Nigerians. The UNILAG bill will be defeated in NASS. UNILAG has some alumni there, including the senate Majority leader, Victor Ndoma-egba. The ACN is on our side, and our ever active alumni association is leaving no stone unturned in lobbying NASS members......our prospects are bright. GEJ and his OLODO-163 killer-wife must die!
|Education / NIMASA Budgets N1bn For Maritime Institute At UNILAG by gokuu(m): 12:39am On May 06, 2012|
With an initial take off grant of N1billion naira, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) is set to establish an Institute for Maritime Studies at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka, Yaba, Lagos.
NIMASA Director- General, Mr. Ziakede Patrick Akpobolokemi, disclosed this when members of the Unilag’s Committee for Sourcing of Financial Assistance from Public and Private Organisations led by its Chairman, Alhaji Adamu Hussaini, paid him a courtesy visit.
According to Akpobolokemi :“The University of Lagos was selected as a beneficiary of one of these institutes for obvious reasons. It is located in the commercial nerve centre of the country. It is also situated in a coastal state and has had a long and impressive history in the development of human capacity in Nigeria. We have therefore decided to partner the University of Lagos to further develop manpower especially in the maritime sector”.
The NIMASA boss noted that the partnership was part of the transformation agenda of the present administration to reposition the maritime sector and make it a hub in Africa.
He informed the committee that allocation has been made in the 2012 budget to cater for the establishment of the institute and that NIMASA would soon liaise with the university to work out modalities for the take-off.
Thanking the members of the committee for their visit, Akpobolokemi stressed that NIMASA will continue to partner UNILAG in the area of human capacity building which is a key component of the Agency’s four point agenda.
Earlier in his address, Hussaini said that UNILAG was desirous of partnering with NIMASA for the provision of a maritime vocational centre, a modern jetty and five ferry boats, among other demands.
Hussain,i who stated that the institution has adequate professionals that can collaborate with the agency in the areas of technical and human capacity development, also solicited assistance towards the institution’s 50th anniversary, which is expected to take place later this year.
NIMASA has proposed the establishement of Institutes of Maritime Studies in four universities in the country, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai, Niger State; Niger Delta University, Amasoma, Bayelsa State; University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu State; and the University of Lagos.
|Education / Re: Unillorin Tops Ibadan In April University Rankings At VNTI by gokuu(m): 12:18am On May 06, 2012|
which one is VNTI rating again? na wa o, very soon tutorial centres will start rating universities.
|Politics / Again, YES-O Cadets Protest Non-payment Of Allowance by gokuu(m): 7:05am On Apr 24, 2012|
Written by Dare Adekanmbi Tuesday, 24 April 2012
FOR the second time in two months, cadets of the Youth Empowerment Scheme of Oyo State (YES-O), on Monday, staged a peaceful protest over the non-payment of their monthly allowance.
Speaking with newsmen at the Secretariat, where the protest was held, the cadets decried the replacement of their names by ghost names and those who never participated in the induction training held in February.
The protesters, who did not want their names in print, said the state government, which was supposed to pay them four month allowance arrears of N10,000 each, pleaded with them for understanding and agreed to pay from last month, instead of backdating the payment to December, when they were engaged by the government.
More shocking for the YES-O participants, who were mostly deployed in the Environmental and Solid Waste, was that on getting to the bank where the one month allowance was said to have been paid, their names were replaced with those who did not participate in the scheme.
The leader of the protesters alleged that one official in the Ministry of Environment told him that the “YES-O participants nominated by commissioners and politicians could not wait for others to be deployed before they would be allotted slots in the scheme.”
Reacting to the allegation, one of the coordinators of the scheme and Deputy Chief of Staff to the governor, Mr Abimbola Adekanmbi, said all the posted cadets had been fully paid, though there was an initial hiccup arising as a result of ways of writing their names.
On the alleged substitution of names, Adekanmbi said government would investigate the matter and get to its root, adding that Governor Abiola Ajimobi had never handed down any list of cadets to the coordinating unit of the scheme, let alone any of his commissioners.
|Politics / Food Vendors Protest In Osun Over Unfulfilled Promise by gokuu(m): 7:03am On Apr 24, 2012|
Written by Adewale Ajayi, Osogbo Tuesday, 24 April 2012
FOOD vendors of Osun State government school feeding programme, on Monday, protested over the failure of the government to fulfill the promise made to them by Governor Rauf Aregbesola.
The food vendors, numbering about 100, stormed the state secretariat in Abere, saying that they decided to stage a protest to register their displeasure over the inability of the state government to release funds it had promised them.
The protesters said the government promised each of them a loan of N200,000 after a seminar organised for them, adding that up till now, the government did not say anything on the matter.
According to one of them, “we have waited endlessly for the state government to fulfill its promise to increase our standard of living and improve our production, but we are tired of waiting endlessly. ”
After a meeting Governor Aregbesola had with delegates of the food vendors, they said the governor appealed to them to exercise patience till the loan will be made available.
The food vendors expressed their dissatisfaction over failure of the delegates to present their case properly before the governor, adding that they only discussed issues that affected them in their various local government areas.
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