| Foreign Affairs / Re: 100 Days Of Hell, Remembering The Rwanda Genocide In Harrowing Photos. by Officialzoe: 10:30am On Apr 14|
a civil war where u murder armless individuals. Just shut up and learn
who were armless!!!
the biafran forces (who imported forces through Bakassi peninsula; which is y Nigeria forfeited d peninsula to cameroon) or the Nigerian government forces (which is a government on her own and called for arms when needed)....
so who weren't armed here
| Foreign Affairs / Re: 100 Days Of Hell, Remembering The Rwanda Genocide In Harrowing Photos. by Officialzoe: 9:02am On Apr 14|
The Biafran genocide of 1966-70 took 3,000,000 live, and Nigerians are trying to cover it up.
FIRST KNOW WHAT A GENOCIDE IS.. THE BIAFRA WAR WASNT A GENOCIDE IT WAS A CIVIL WAR
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| Travel / Re: Should I Go For NYSC Or Continue My Journey Abroad? by Officialzoe: 4:38pm On Mar 16|
I am a fresh graduate from a reputable Federal Polytechnic in Nigeria, I graduated in 2017 and I am supposed to go for youth service this year (2018 Batch A Corps) which will commence soon. But I have an issue bothering me which I need a good advice on.
Last year 2017 my sister who is in USA for close to 12 years wanted me to come and hustle abroad but it's not easy for youth to go there but through schooling, so she helped me to find a good public University to do Masters, I have done the necessary processing and I have been offered an admission for the Fall Semester starting August 2018, my Visa has also been granted.
The issue on ground now is that I want to have the NYSC certificate, probably if I can runs it as a ghost Corper and get the certificate on my behalf or if an exemption can be possible.
Please I need your sincere advice. Thanks.
please what university is it?? Is it expensive?
| Car Talk / Re: Lady Dumps BF After Discovering His Porsche Cayenne Is Actually China-made by Officialzoe: 7:30am On Mar 16|
Lmaoooo see how these China ppl cause wahala Loool
| Career / Re: 100 Excavators Worked Together To Dismantle A Bridge Overnight In China(Photos) by Officialzoe: 5:23pm On Feb 09|
Please how much will I need to relocate to China.
I work online, so I no need job.
which online work do you do?
| Education / Re: Which Is The Most Used English Word On Nairaland For 2017? by Officialzoe: 10:09am On Jan 01|
| Celebrities / Re: Frank Edwards Shades Burna Boy Over Robbery Of Mr 2kay Allegations by Officialzoe: 6:48am On Nov 22, 2017 |
Frank ezigbo nwafor 042. One of the great igbo ppl who had helped in turning Lagos into a megacity....
Kiss the Truth!
Nigeria will remain static until they swallow their pride and remain subservient to the Igbo ethnic group.
Our immense contributions in developing Lagos is why our Lagos is ranked one of the developed cities in the world today. We own n run Lagos, kiss the Truth.
Most Yorubas live in a FaceMeFaceYou apartments here in Lagos and most hausas sleep under the bridge.
With the tenacity n sagacity in an Igbo man. The continuous neglect of igbos in Nigerian politics will only end up keeping Nigeria in the list of backward countries of the world...
| Education / Re: "Babcock University Spends 20 Million On Electricity Monthly" - Vice Chancellor by Officialzoe: 7:47pm On Oct 28, 2017 |
Vice Chancellor of Babcock University, Prof Ademola S. Tayo has stressed the importance of quality in the running of the institution.
He said the university was not-for-profit, hence its provision for work study programme, endowment funds, among other initiatives, to assist indigent students’ access to quality education.
Prof Tayo, who spoke during a visit to Matori, Lagos State Head Office of The Nation newspaper said: “One of our core values is excellence and we would not compromise. But at the same time, because of the philosophy of quality education, we introduced the work-study programme whereby the indigent but diligent students would use their hands to work so that they can augment part of the fees needed to fund their education.
“They work in the cafeteria, library, etc. They get paid and that has helped many of them. We also have parents’ consultative forum where parents partner with management, so that we have a pool of funds that children who lose their parents while in school can have access to, in order to fulfill their dreams. “We also have the ‘adopt a child scholarship’ where we reach out to our host community. Also, we serve as guarantor for parents to access loans for their children’s education. But most importantly, we believe in frugality. Our university is not-for-profit. Nobody shares one naira. It is ploughed back to make the system work better.”
The vice chancellor, who was accompanied by the institution’s management team noted that the institution was being funded solely with earnings from its bakery, Guest House, water factory and other industries, with only two per cent subsidy from its proprietor, The Seventh Day Adventist Church. He added that the university spent about N20 million monthly on electricity.
Prof Tayo noted that the university’s fees were not too high for the services provided, “as it runs 24-hour power supply and the fees also cover tuition, accommodation, laboratory, among other expenses.”
He said the institution will be graduating its pioneer medical students in December, informing that the students have completed their various degrees.
The Medical School, according to him, was establised in 2012.
He said: “One of the areas of excellence that we want to carve a niche in this country is in the area of medicine, which we started in 2012. We have our accreditations from the Medical and Dental Practitioners Council of Nigeria (MDCN) and National Universities Commission (NUC), International Board of Education, National Postgraduate College and the West African College of Physicians. This December, we will turn out our first graduates in the medical school. They have completed their clinical rotation in India.”
Managing Director of The Nation, Mr Victor Ifijeh pledged the organisation’s support for the educational development of the nation, while stressing the organisation’s dedication to objectivity, fairness, integrity and balanced reports.
He lauded Babcock University for its achievements in the education sector, and its swift rise to global standards.
Responding, Prof Tayo acknowledged The Nation for her growth in its ten years of existence noting that “The Nation is a force to reckon with. Your newspaper is always at the forefront. We want to thank God for the role you have played in shaping the public opinion by your accuracy and the way your news are reported”
While university of jos spends about 26million
| Foreign Affairs / Re: Burundi Becomes First Nation To Leave International Criminal Court by Officialzoe: 7:12am On Oct 28, 2017 |
ICC have indeed been a political in the hand of the west and they can be biased but we still need them as we havent come of age and our justice system is weak and prone to corruption. To me, the advantages of having them around to checkmate the excesses of most africa leaders far outweight the disadvantages.
When most of the African leaders are gullible nd have no heart. Why won't they be targeted
| Travel / Re: Oyinbo Man Spotted Hawking Soft Drinks To Nigerians In UK Traffic by Officialzoe: 7:55am On Oct 26, 2017 |
Not vexing oo... It's only funny na Lool
| Education / Re: "FG Should Give Special Funding To Private Universities"-Alaafin Of Oyo by Officialzoe: 7:53am On Oct 26, 2017 |
The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, has advised the Federal Government to set up a special fund for the development of private universities in Nigeria.
Oba Adeyemi gave the advice on Saturday at the 5th convocation of Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti (ABUAD).
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“This university is an exemplar in learning and character. It is moulding Nigeria’s future leaders in the best fashion.
“And I believe it won’t be out of place for the federal government to give special intervention funds for private universities,” the Alaafin said.
TheNewsGuru reports that 21-year-old Ahwin Kevin Akporode of Department of Mechanical Engineering emerged the overall best of the 869 graduating students with cumulative Grade Point Average of 5.00.
The university also conferred honorary Doctor of Letters on former Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Prof Peter Okebukola and an American Philanthropist and President of Project CURE Foundation, Dr Williams Douglas.
Earlier in an address of welcome, founder of the university, Chief Afe Babalola, said the university would not deviate from its focus to bridge the existing gap in functional education in Nigeria by its pragmatic approach to teaching.
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He appealed to the federal government to construct a airport in Ekiti, saying such project was long overdue, taking into cognizance the feats achieved by the university and its contributions to nation building.
“We started this university with about 250 students seven years ago, but today, we have 8,000 students here. We were able to achieve this because we deviated from the norm of just going to university to get certificates.
“We also exposed them to skills acquisition in baking, farming, Internet expertise, and other entrepreneurial skills that can make them cope under the present Nigeria’s economy.
“So the type of graduands you are seeing are thorough-bred graduates who can effectively stand on their own, “ Babalola said.
Also speaking at the ceremony, Governor of Ekiti State, Ayo Fayose, reminded the graduands to detach themselves from the erroneous impression that acquisition of university certificates would automatically make their lives better.
“It will be wrong for you to think that people only go to university to acquire certificates: No, it goes beyond that. What university education means is the training of a complete being,” Fayose said.
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Receiving the best graduating student award, Ahwin said he dedicated the academic laurel to his sterling parental guide, which he said was outstanding.
“I owe this achievement to my parents. My father’s strict military background and my mother’s guide as a teacher helped me a lot.
“When I got to ABUAD, I also applied the aphorism of our founder, which is industry, determination, learning and character. The combination of all these helped me a lot,” the young graduand said.
Why is it called Private University pls...
Oba must be high
| Travel / Re: Oyinbo Man Spotted Hawking Soft Drinks To Nigerians In UK Traffic by Officialzoe: 4:57pm On Oct 25, 2017 |
that receiving hand doesn't look like a blacks'.
Anyway. Op post video, let me confirm.
í ½í¸í ½í¸ yall will always look for something wrong
| Religion / Re: Pastor Chibuzor Chinyere Rejects A Rolls Royce Birthday Gift by Officialzoe: 4:51pm On Oct 25, 2017 |
The general overseer of the Omega Power Ministries OPM Apostle Chibuzor Chinyere has rejected a Rolls Royce car gift for his 44th birthday.
The Rolls Royce was given to the Apostle by Divine distributors of OPM (products distribution unit of the church) where contributions for the car were made by the members.
Apostle Chinyere rejected the Rolls Royce and to open more OPM Free schools. Currently OPM church operates 7 free schools which accommodates children of widows, orphans and less privileged.
He rejected the car you are all complaining, if he had accepted the car you will would have complained.
Now don't yall see humans are insatiable.
| Celebrities / Re: Singer Klassic: I Tried Reaching Davido About An Impending Tragedy, He Ignored by Officialzoe: 8:09am On Oct 19, 2017 |
Liar. When did u become a seer? You tried reaching him about an impending doom or you want to do attaché so he can feature you in his next album
just get out and keep that ur evaporated sense somewhere
| Business / Minimum Balance In A First Bank Domiciliary Account? by Officialzoe: 7:04am On Oct 15, 2017 |
Please those that have a Domiciliary account with first bank or any other bank in Nigeria.
How much should be the minimum balance in a Domiciliary account (First bank) in particular?
I've got roughly about $20 remaining in my first Domiciliary account and I've tried depositing about $10 to an online platform but alas my efforts have been futile.
Then I read somewhere that $100 should be the minimum balance. Please how true is that? Need to know urgently
Pls help me move to Front page for better comments
| Celebrities / Re: James Atuma: "Dark Slim Girls Are Good For House Help Not For Marriage" by Officialzoe: 1:43pm On Oct 10, 2017 |
Foolish guy as if he himself is laiskinned. Fooool
| Romance / Re: Sex On First Visit. Does It Mean She Is Cheap? by Officialzoe: 6:44am On Oct 10, 2017 |
Puna should smell like rose vanilla Lool then she should prolly be from another planet
| Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Top 5 States In Nigeria With High Employment Opportunity - Careerportal.ng by Officialzoe: 9:06pm On Oct 09, 2017 |
Ogun state should be part of this states cos you can't forget about agbara ota industrial axis and even Ewekoro. I say your list is faulty
sir calm down ooo. It's not by no of companies... Wat if there are 150 companies in Rivers and non of them are recruiting
| Phones / Re: With #25000 Budget What Phone Can U Get by Officialzoe: 7:39pm On Oct 08, 2017 |
You can get a reasonable low-budget phone. Check this list of over 26 budget Android phones. I particularly like the Infinix and Leagoo there. They're at the bottom of the list.
Cheap Android phones in Nigeria
thanks alot it was helpful
| Phones / With #25000 Budget What Phone Can U Get by Officialzoe: 4:38pm On Oct 08, 2017 |
Need Ideas on what phone to get with #25000 please. Thanks.
| TV/Movies / Re: TSTV Reacts To Memo Circulating On Social Media, Says Memos Are Fake by Officialzoe: 2:28pm On Oct 04, 2017 |
I hope this TSTV could be available throughout the country very soon. I'm loving it already
have u bought one already
| Politics / Re: FG To Merge BVN, Driver’s Licence, National Identity Card by Officialzoe: 11:57pm On Sep 23, 2017 |
idiots motherfuckers . NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD THAT TAKES DECADES TO GET.
EVERYTHING IN THIS COUNTRY IS SCAM ND poo. THEY JUST MAKING LIFE STRESSFUL FOR US. AND MAKING US SO LIMITED INTERNATIONALLY.
IMAGINE BEING ASKED TO BRING UR NIN FOR SOM TRANSACTION VERIFICATION BUT ITS A FLAT LONG A4 PAPER U WILL REMOVE AS NIN. SO BACKWARD
| Religion / Re: Muslims Block Road In Victoria Island To Pray, Causing Traffic Jam by Officialzoe: 2:01pm On Sep 23, 2017 |
they should bundle them away.... this is not the north please
| Travel / Re: Kenyan Lady: “Every Nigerian Is Frustrated And Likes To Shout” by Officialzoe: 10:59am On Sep 21, 2017 |
she for post am on top Twitter make she see war.
| Culture / Types Of People On Nairaland Forum by Officialzoe: 8:26am On Sep 21, 2017 |
joined nairaland some months ago and so far I've observe and noticed the different type of people commenting
1. The ones that can't do without including the word "Afonja" in their comments: Any small thing they are quick to type AFONJA
2. The Biafra spoke persons : These ones only Understand Biafra. even if the topic is about Romance, Sport, Entertainment they just agitate for Biafra.
3. The Very playful ones/ Funny ones: they virtually joke about anything, they can never be serious. (They make me laugh though)
4. The ones that can do without Tagging "Lalasticlala" : These ones just love Lala. they always tag him whether in context or out of context.
5. The snake Lovers: they are readily available to comment when the post is about snakes. They must also tag Lalasticlala ( I don't know the connection he has with snakes though) I hope someone can explain to me.
6. The Grammarians: These ones use various varieties of grammars to explain simple thing. smh
7. The ones that politicize every post.
9. They ones that can't do without abusing another Nairalander Loool
I know there are several characters on here. Kudos everyone
You can add yours ooo
| Politics / Re: PYTHON DANCE II: Ebonyi Rejects, Snubs Military Medical Aid by Officialzoe: 8:00am On Sep 21, 2017 |
u guy saw medical aid and didn't take advantage becos of python.
how many of them even use to go for check up sef?. that they rejecting free medical aid
better take advantage and know what's doing you.
| Romance / Re: Don't Be Afraid To Approach A Female Soldier You Love - A Soldier Girl (photos) by Officialzoe: 7:56am On Sep 21, 2017 |
I can attest! The best relationship I ever had was with a Military girl . . .
and she no dey beat u anytimeu fuckup or wan fuckup
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| Romance / Re: Don't Be Afraid To Approach A Female Soldier You Love - A Soldier Girl (photos) by Officialzoe: 7:54am On Sep 21, 2017 |
so if the husband Bleep up once, u will na deal with him abi
| Politics / Re: Blessing Anyim Is Not My Daughter - Anyim Pius Anyim by Officialzoe: 7:49am On Sep 21, 2017 |
You make no sense and you are not funny.
how do u even know their school sef... I fear u o
| Politics / Re: Blessing Anyim Is Not My Daughter - Anyim Pius Anyim by Officialzoe: 7:45am On Sep 21, 2017 |
His kids are all in Nigeria. They school in Faith Academy, Keffi.
Oshey Google earth ... u fished out their location asap
| Politics / Re: Blessing Anyim Is Not My Daughter - Anyim Pius Anyim by Officialzoe: 7:42am On Sep 21, 2017 |
His kids are all in Nigeria. They school in Faith Academy, Keffi.
OSHEY BADDEST GOOGLE EARTH u fish their location out asap
| Phones / Re: Reasons Why I Think The Iphone X Is An Overrated Piece Of Metal - Naijatechguy by Officialzoe: 7:36am On Sep 21, 2017 |
I know some NL will say it's poverty mind, its totally not poverty mindset. its just preference.. I can get the Xaiomi Mi Mix 2 for about €550 .. instead of wasting a whole $1000 on a phone that doesn't give me total access to personal customization.