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|Politics / Re: Fuel Scarcity: Non-nigerians Cut Up In The Struggle - See Photos by solaugo(m): 12:57pm On May 24|
LIVE from Abeokuta....in Ogun State....
|Politics / Fuel Scarcity: Non-nigerians Cut Up In The Struggle - See Photos by solaugo(m): 12:56pm On May 24|
When Oyinbo man climb okada with a big jerry can, looking for fuel, then you know the chicken has come home to roost.
|Education / 2015 Cowbell National Mathematics Competition Results Is Out! Check It NOW! by solaugo(m): 6:31pm On May 19|
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the First Stage of the 2015 Cowbell National Secondary Schools Mathematics Competition held nationwide.
Students that qualify for the 2nd stage will be contacted.
Click - http://cowbellcompetition.assure.com.ng/2015-cowbell-national-mathematics-competition-results-is-out-check-it-now/ to see students scores in all the states in Nigeria.
|Politics / Beware Of This General Buhari's Profile On Facebook (scam) by solaugo(m): 9:43pm On May 17|
Buhari is not a graduate of Unilorin...beware....
|Politics / PDP Accepts Responsibility For Wrongdoings In The Past 16 Years - Read Tweet by solaugo(m): 7:30pm On May 17|
Will Nigerians accept PDP apology or not?
|Politics / Re: Newspaper Apologies For Publishing Sensational Story On Gov. Aregbesola's Son by solaugo(m): 9:29pm On May 16|
[UPDATE] The Newspaper is Vanguard ........
|Politics / Newspaper Apologies For Publishing Sensational Story On Gov. Aregbesola's Son by solaugo(m): 9:22pm On May 16|
See the Apology in the picture below:
|Education / ALERT! The 2015 National Common Entrance Examination Results Is Out! by solaugo(m): 9:47pm On May 13|
BREAKING NEWS: The 2015 National Common Entrance Examination (into JS1 Federal Unity Colleges in Nigeria) is out!
Visit www.ncee.assure.com.ng for details on how to check your child's score and register for the 2nd Test. Congratulations!
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Stanbic IBTC Bank Fresh Graduate Trainee Programme 2015 by solaugo(m): 2:20pm On May 13|
Prepare for your next recruitment aptitude test online @ www.recruitment.assure.com.ng
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Ernst & Young Graduate Trainee Recruitment 2015 by solaugo(m): 2:19pm On May 13|
Prepare for your next recruitment aptitude test online @ www.recruitment.assure.com.ng
|Webmasters / Re: Top Must Have Wordpress Plugins. by solaugo(m): 4:38pm On May 11|
Though the list inconclusive.....likewise yours.....
The first plugin to install in a new wp installation is iTheme Security....to guard and secure your installation and prepare the ground for further installation of plugins......for Yoast WP SEO.....I still believe in having the content people are looking for and a mobile friendly theme...then you will surely have your traffic....I mnange some wp sites and their traffic has been organic and not using SEO..because people are in need of the content on those sites.....I will talk more at a seminar soon....
|Webmasters / Re: Top Must Have Wordpress Plugins. by solaugo(m): 4:34pm On May 11|
What's the problem?....I manage wp sites....
|Politics / Thanksgiving Services - I Was Ready To Die For Nigeria, Says Jonathan by solaugo(m): 3:28pm On May 10|
President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday said he was ready to pay the supreme price for Nigeria with all the benefits he has derived from the country right from his school days.
Apart from getting scholarships in school, he said he became a deputy governor, governor, vice president and president by the grace of God.
Jonathan, who noted that he was not more hardworking than other Nigerians, said that security personnel who have not gotten 0.5 percent of the benefits he derived from office, have been paying the supreme price for the country.
He spoke during the Thanksgiving and Farewell service in his honour at the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), Cathedral Church of the Advent, Life-camp, Gwarimpa, Abuja.
He said: “When I look at the whole picture of my life up to when I became the president of this country. And I say that if soldiers and police officers that have not received 0. 5 percent of the benefits that I have received from the state can lay their lives for this country, I should do anything in the interest of Nigeria including paying the supreme price.”
“As long as live, I will continue to do my best for the state because the state has helped me as a person. I have to thank Nigerians especially my state for giving me the opportunity to serve as deputy governor and the whole country gave me the opportunity to serve as Vice President and then president, first was to complete the tenure of the late president and later serve as president from which I am exiting now as a very happy and fulfilled man.” he said
Stressing that there are reasons for eveything, he said that some decisions taken by him and the government have their costs.
He said: “I believe there are reasons for everything. Some hard decisions have their own cost, no doubt about that. That I have ran the government this way that stabilized certain things, the electoral process and other things that brought stability into this country. They were very costly decisions which I myself must be ready to pay for.”
“Some people come to me and say this or that person is he not your friend that benefited. Is it not your government that this person benefited from? But this is what the person is saying. But I used to say worse statements will come. If you take certain decisions, you should know that those close to you will even abandon you at some point. And I tell them that more of my so-called friends will disappear.”
|Politics / PTF Books Found In A School Library Shelve - See Photo by solaugo(m): 5:31pm On May 09|
PTF books still available in library shelves of most colleges in Nigeria...still waiting to see the dividend of over N20bn SURE-P fund in the educational sector....
|Education / Re: WAEC 2015 November/december GCE Application Has Commenced by solaugo(m): 6:18pm On May 07|
Access and attempt SSCE (WAEC and NECO) past questions online, download in PDF, take online assessment test in all the subjects, see your score and detail solutions (step-by-step) @ www.ncee.assure.com.ng
|Family / ALERT! Kidnapped Orekoya Boys Found, Back Home With Their Parents by solaugo(m): 8:46am On Apr 15|
The three Orekoya boys, Aderomola Orekoya, 11 months, Adedamola Orekoya, 4 years and Demola Orekoya, 6 years, who were kidnapped by their 23 year old nanny, Mary Akinloye, on April 7th have been found.
Their mother took to her Facebook wall to share the good news.
But the family didn't say how they were able to get the children back or if they paid a ransom. We thank God they are back!
|Politics / Re: Buhari, Ministers Promises To Work With Out Salary! by solaugo(m): 6:51am On Apr 14|
tit:I don't how post like this make to the front page.....some important post remain in their group without movement to the front page....I think NL is drifting gradually........the need to from another forum....
|Politics / Drama As INEC Reverses Result Cancellation In Abia; Cited Order From Above by solaugo(m): 11:40am On Apr 13|
There was tension at the Independent National Electoral Commission’s secretariat in Umuahia on Sunday as the Peoples Democratic Party practically arm twisted the state Returning Officer, Prof. Benjamin Ozumba, to reverse his decision on the cancellation of the governorship results in three local government areas of the state.
But the state Governor, Theodore Orji, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, the PDP National Publicity Secretary, Olisa Metuh, and the Minister of State for Defence, Col. Austin Akobundu (retd.) stormed the venue of the collation exercise for the state governorship election to demand the reversal of the decision.
The state Returning Officer, who is also the Vice Chancellor, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, had cancelled results for Isiala-Ngwa North, Osisioma and Obimgwa local government areas citing widespread electoral malpractices, violence, ballot box snatching and reports of independent foreign observers that monitored the exercise.
Announcing the cancellation, Ozumba said, “We are here to uphold the rule of law and the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. By the power vested in me as the state collation and returning officer, I hereby cancel results from the following local governments; Obingwa, Isiala-Ngwa North and Osisioma. This is based on the evidence before me and the provisions of the constitution and Electoral Act.”
Ahamdi Nweke, the APGA agent at the collation centre had argued that there were no elections in Osisioma Local Government, coupled with cases of electoral violence and ballot box snatching in other places.
The PDP agent, Solomon Ogunji, while reacting to the cancellation said that it was unheard of that result of an election would be cancelled based on evidence from foreign observers and social media.
According to him, his party will not accept the decision.
Abaribe insisted that the collation exercise would not continue until the decision was reversed. Meanwhile, the Resident Electoral Commissioner, Prof. Selina Oko, left the collation centre to hold a closed door meeting with the governor, Metuh, Abaribe and other PDP chieftains that had besieged the INEC office.
Ozumba attempted to continue with the collation exercise, but was stopped by other PDP stalwarts who had flooded the venue, insisting that the exercise could not continue until their demands were met. Ozumba was left with no option than to leave the collation centre, bringing the collation exercise to a halt.
During the course of the forced break, Nweke granted a press interview where he accused the PDP of electoral violence, malpractice and falsification of results.
Reacting, the PDP agent, Solomon Ogunji, denied all the allegations.
He wondered why an election that had produced members of the state House of Assembly would be cancelled at the governorship level.
Abaribe, who also spoke to the press said that he would not allow the Ngwa people, whom he represents at the Senate, to be disenfranchised by the action of the Returning Officer, because the three local government areas in question are in Ngwa land.
At the resumption of proceedings, Ozumba reversed his earlier decision, citing orders from above, to the delight of the PDP and its officials.
|Politics / Desmond Elliot Dismss Alleged Photo "Sharing" Money To Policemen - See Tweet by solaugo(m): 11:26am On Apr 11|
See Tweet and photos......
|Politics / Re: Jonathan Leads Buhari In Taraba by solaugo(m): 1:16pm On Mar 30|
SSCE Past Questions and Answers Online - Visit www.ssce.assure.com.ng
|Politics / Joanthan In Bauchi.....used The Slogan "We Have Decided" by solaugo(m): 9:09pm On Mar 23|
On NTA NEWS 9pm 23rd March 2015.....
Clips of the visit of President Jonathan to Bauchi to commission a health facility and the Bauchi Airport, while delivering his speech used the word..."We Have Decided".....slogan associated with the All Progressive Congress...APC
Is the president associating himself with the philosophy of the APC?
Only time will tell......
|Education / Re: 2015 National Common Entrance Examination Into JS 1 Of Unity Colleges by solaugo(m): 9:08am On Mar 20|
See the new date @ http://www.nairaland.com/2205538/neco-postpones-2015-national-common
|Education / NECO Postpones 2015 National Common Entrance Examination Till April 25 by solaugo(m): 9:15pm On Mar 19|
The 2015 National Common Entrance Examinations into secondary schools scheduled for March 21 has been postponed till April 25.
Mr Abdul Mustapha, the Abuja Liaison Officer of the National Examination Council (NECO) disclosed this in an interview with NAN on Thursday in Abuja.
Mustapha said that postponement was necessitated by the anxieties of parents ahead of the general elections rescheduled to hold on March 28 and April 11.
According to him, registration for the examination will continue until April 18.
”The idea of postponement was brought by the ministry and after consultations with the council, we decided to shift it.
”There are some concerns as to whether parents will leave their children in schools with the uncertainties ahead of the elections.
” Mustapha said it would be better to write the exam in a relaxed atmosphere after the elections.
A parent, Mrs Bridget Emoha, said the postponement was a welcome development as parents would like to have their wards at home during the election period.
“This is a good move from NECO; the extension of registration will enable candidates who had not registered to do so before the new date,’’ Emoha said.
Another parent, Mr Benjamin Ikpegbu, said the candidates for common entrance were still very young children who should not write examination in a tensed atmosphere.
According to him, the general situation of things in the country will be calmer and more conducive for examinations after the elections. (NAN)
- See more at: http://ncee.assure.com.ng/neco-postpones-2015-common-entrance-till-april-25/
|Education / NECO SSCE May/june 2015 – Examination Timetable by solaugo(m): 11:26pm On Mar 14|
NECO has released the final timetable for the 2015 May/June Examination.
See table below:
NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL (NECO)
KM 8 BIDA ROAD P.M.B 159, MINNA, NIGER STATE
SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION: JUNE/JULY 2015
21ST MAY TO 10TH JULY, 2015
DATE PAPER CODE PAPER TITLE AND SUBJECT DURATION TIME
THURSDAY 21ST MAY TO THURSDAY 28TH MAY 2071 Paper I: Practical - Physical Education To be determined by the event
3051 Paper I: Practical - Auto Mechanics 3hrs
3081 Paper I: Practical - Home Management 3hrs
3091 Paper I: Practical - Foods and Nutrition 3hrs
4041 Paper I: Performance Test, Music Technology/Alternative 1hr 30mins
4044 Paper IV: Aural Music 40mins
4104 Paper IV: Oral French
4114 Paper IV: Oral Arabic 1hr 20mins
6011 Paper I: Practical - Auto Body Repair and Spray Painting 3hrs
6021 Paper I: Auto Electrical Work 3hrs
6031 Paper I: Practical - Auto Mechanical Work 3hrs
6051 Paper I: Practical - Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 2hrs
6061 Paper I: Practical - Welding and Fabrication, Engineering Craft Practice 6hrs
6071 Paper I: Practical - Electrical Installation & Maintenance 3hrs
6081 Paper I: Practical - Radio, Television and Electronic Works 3hrs
6091 Paper I: Practical - Blocklaying, Bricklaying and Concrete Work 5hrs
6104 Paper IV: Exhibition - Painting and Decoration Actual date and time will be fixed by the Council.
6111 Paper I: Practical - Plumbing and Pipe Fitting 5hrs
6121 Paper I: Practical - Machine Wood-working 3hrs
6131 Paper I: Practical - Carpentry and Joinery 4hrs
6141 Paper I: Practical - Furniture Making 3hrs
6151 Paper I: Practical - Upholstery 3hrs
6161 Paper I Practical - Catering Craft Practice 3hrs
6171 Paper I: Practical - Garment Making 3hrs
6181 Paper I: Practical - Clothing and Textile 3hrs
6194 Paper IV: Exhibition - Dyeing and Bleaching
6204 Paper IV: Exhibition - Printing Craft Practice
6211 Paper I: Practical - Cosmetology 3hrs
6224 Paper IV: Exhibition - Photography
6254 Paper IV: Exhibition - Leather Goods, Manufacturing and Repair
6301 Paper I: Practical - GSM Maintenance and Repairs 3hrs
6314 Paper IV: Progressive Assessments. Animal Husbandry
Monday 1st June 2031 Paper I: Practical - Physics 2hrs 45mins 10:00am – 12:45pm
3021 Paper I: Practical - General Metal Work 3hrs 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Tuesday 2nd June 1033/1032 Paper III & II: Objective & Essay - Civic Education 3hrs 10:00am – 1:00pm
3071 Paper I: Practical - Woodwork 3hrs 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Wednesday 3rd June 2081 Paper I: Practical - Computer Studies 3 hrs 10:00am - 1:00pm
Thursday 4th June 2021 Paper I: Practical - Chemistry 2hrs 10:00am - 12:00noon
3041 Paper I: Practical - Electronics 3hrs 2:00pm – 5:00pm
2011 Paper I: Practical - Biology 2hrs 10:00am - 12:00noon
6231 Paper I: Practical - Mining 2hrs 3:00pm - 5:00pm
6261 Paper I: Practical - Stenography 1hr 17mins 3:00pm - 4:17pm
6311 Paper I: Practical - Animal Husbandry 1hr 30mins 3:00pm – 4:30pm
6321 Paper I: Practical - Fisheries 1hr 30mins 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Friday 5th June 6101 Paper I(a) : Painting and Decoration (Report Writing) 2hrs 3:00pm - 5:00pm
6191 Paper I(a): Dyeing and Bleaching (Report Writing) 2hrs 3:00pm - 5:00pm
6201 Paper I(a): Printing Craft Practice (Report Writing) 2hrs 3:00pm - 5:00pm
6221 Paper I(a): Photography ( Report Writing) 2hrs 3:00pm - 5:00pm
6251 Paper I(a): Leather Goods Manufacturing and Repair (Report Writing) 2hrs 3:00pm - 5:00pm
6101 Paper I(b): Painting and Decoration (Practical) 6hrs 10:00am - 4:00pm
6191 Paper I(b): Dyeing and Bleaching (Practical) 6hrs 10:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday 6th June 6201 Paper I(b): Printing Craft Practice (Practical) 6hrs 10:00am - 4:00pm
6221 Paper I(b): Photography (Practical) 6hrs 10:00am - 4:00pm
6251 Paper I(b): Leather Goods Manufacturing and Repair (Practical) 6hrs 10:00am - 4:00pm
Visit http://ssce.assure.com.ng/neco-ssce-mayjune-2015-examination-timetable/ for detail timetable and download past questions and answers
|Politics / Re: BREAKING: How APC Manipulated AIT Presidential Poll In Favor Of Buhari by solaugo(m): 4:48pm On Jan 29|
It's a lie...else they should show us the log-in ips on their server during the poll.....most of the online polling script do not allow same ip to vote more that once...an average IT specialist know this.....
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