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Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by joudini(m): 7:48am On Mar 13, 2018
ENUGU —THE apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has lambasted the Federal Ministry of Education for continuing in alleged descriminatory cut off point in unity schools in Nigeria.

In a statement yesterday, the group alleged that under the guise of educationally disadvantaged areas, some states are unduly favoured with very low cut off marks while others have unacceptably high cut off points.

The statement said: “For instance, whereas Abia State has 65 points for male and female, some states in the North have as low as 7 points for female and 10 points for male. This cannot continue. And funny enough, when products of this unjust system graduate, the same so-called educationally disadvantaged specie will get jobs and preferential treatment before his ‘advantage” colleague. This is robbing Peter to pay Paul. This is the highest degree of in-built terror against some people in Nigeria and it must stop. It has got to stop. This favoritism must stop if we want to continue as one nation.”

Ohanaeze Ndigbo also condemned the re-instatement and promotion of Ibrahim Othman , one of the masterminds of the APO six killing in 2006. “Othman was recently re-instated and is now an Assistant Inspector General of Police . This is a great insult to the sensibility of the victims and dependants of the deceased traders.

“There is no part of the world where this kind of callousness can happen and we call on the IG of Police and the Federal Government to reconsider the shameful act.

“We also call for investigation into the ownership of oil blocs in Nigeria to ensure it meets geographical spread. The DPR and NNPC should publish the ownership structure of oil blocs in Nigeria.”

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/03/ohanaeze-faults-fgs-cut-off-mark-disparity-unity-schools/

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by joudini(m): 7:55am On Mar 13, 2018
Nigeria can no longer afford to subsidize mediocrity in the guise of affirmative action. Countries where affirmative actions in education are practiced, have and implement legislations against discrimination after school. This is not the same in Nigeria.

In Nigeria, the most poorly educated, by virtue of their region, are propped by the system to lead. This must be resisted.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by luvinhubby(m): 7:58am On Mar 13, 2018
A man is culpable in the murder of six innocent Nigerians as a law enforcement agent and was compensated with a recall and promotion, just like Maina.



Buhari is a fraud

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Redoil: 7:58am On Mar 13, 2018
Clowns every you go
Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by luvinhubby(m): 7:59am On Mar 13, 2018
Redoil:
Clowns every you go

Are you sure you are not a quota system education product?

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Yyeske(m): 8:14am On Mar 13, 2018
They should just shut up already, what did Ohaneze do about the fraudulent quota system before now? Southerners are their own enemies, OBJ wanted a third term and did nothing about it, GEJ wanted a second term and turned a blind eye to it.
Crap.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by IgboticGirl(f): 8:16am On Mar 13, 2018






Ohanaeze should go and have seat



Igbo's have a very high IQ so is ok



I don't see a problem with DAT...it will make thm attain higher in global stage



i dont like wen dumb people keep drawing us back

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by joudini(m): 8:23am On Mar 13, 2018
Yyeske:
They should just shut up already, what did Ohaneze do about the fraudulent quota system before now? Southerners are their own enemies, OBJ wanted a third term and did nothing about it, GEJ wanted a second term and turned a blind eye to it.
Crap.

Do you have any sense at all? What are they supposed to do on this case that they haven't been doing as a cultural organization?

What is the correlation between the demands for an equitable educational justice with the political drivel you have up there?

Pathetic filth.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by joudini(m): 8:26am On Mar 13, 2018
IgboticGirl:






Ohanaeze should go and have seat



Igbo's have a very high IQ so is ok



I don't see a problem with DAT...it will make they attain higher in global stage

The problem is that you are shortsighted, and so are your kind. By willingly allowing yourself to play fairly in an unjust system, you provide conditions for your continued repression by the system.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by chichar1(f): 8:28am On Mar 13, 2018
[quote author=IgboticGirl post=65789973]





Ohanaeze should go and have seat



Igbo's have a very high IQ so is ok



I don't see a problem with DAT...it will make they attain higher in global stage[/quote)what is this one ranting?

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by FarahAideed: 8:39am On Mar 13, 2018
luvinhubby:


Are you sure you are not a quota system education product?

Ofcourse he is

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by QuotaSystem: 9:01am On Mar 13, 2018
luvinhubby:


Are you sure you are not a quota system education product?

A remarkable majority of quotasystem products are a lot better than half-baked, barely literate products of state and LG owned institutions; this is a fact and the proof is right here on nairaland.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Throwback: 9:04am On Mar 13, 2018
joudini:
Nigeria can no longer afford to subsidize mediocrity in the guise of affirmative action. Countries where affirmative actions in education are practiced, have and implement legislations against discrimination after school. This is not the same in Nigeria.

In Nigeria, the most poorly educated, by virtue of their region, are propped by the system to lead. This must be resisted.

Can you please explain the purpose of the unity schools as established by the FG and how the quota system is derived as regards compulsory representation by each state of the federation?

Is Ohaneze claiming that slots already allocated to Imo or Anambra, are somehow given to the Northern states?

Or is Ohaneze demanding that slots already assigned to the Northern states just as the SouthEastern states have their own dedicated slots, for which poor academic indices result to poor exam marks, low competition and ultimately a low cut of marks for the North, that such Northern slots should be reassigned to the states in the South?

Are Unity schools the only secondary schools in Nigeria, such that the insignificant percentage of federal unity schools were such quota system is practiced, limits the secondary education chances of a brilliant boy or girl from Abia state?

Do you understand the concept of a federal subsidy, which unity schools enjoy via a subsidised quality education, and the need to ensure that such federal subsidy is evenly distributed across the states of the country?

I totally reject quota system in the recruitment of useful workforce for the Nigerian Civil Services, but I totally support quota system for the purpose for which the unity schools were set up to forcefully bring together Nigerians from all the nook and crany to learn together and understand each others culture and inherently employ the academic greatness of some regions to uplift the academic decadence of other regions.

If you do not appreciate the purpose of the unity school and do not intend to contribute to its goals and agenda, please kindly enrol your brilliant kids in a school for only like minds, like culture, and like brilliance. But be ready to pay the hefty fees without any federal subsidy.

Every boy or girl from Abia or Imo or Ogun or Katsina, is only in a competition to outperform the boy or girl from his own state only. It is such intrastate competition that ensure some states have very high cutoff marks and some states have very low cutoff marks. No boy with low marks from Sokoto has prevented the girl from Anambra from gaining admission as there are dedicated slots for each state.

Eventually, the North is never able to fulfill its own quota as many will still not honour the admission, ensuring that quite a sizeable amount of admission slots previously dedicated to the Northern states, will eventually return to the South to be fulfilled.

Ohaneze should stop looking over the fence, craving for what does not belong to it.

Unity school is not by force. I did not attend one, yet I made it in life.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Kemperor: 9:09am On Mar 13, 2018
80% of workers in all Agencies and Parastatals in Nigeria are Hausa/Fulani...

It's annoying because they are all olodos, infact DUMMIES... They never went to school to study hard but they occupy the positions in offices that requires smart and intelligent people.

This Hausa/Fulani people never repeat class. If they fail, the school will pass them. That tells you how unjust the educational system in Nigeria is. It is the same in all Northern Universities.

I wept for this country when I was in NYSC camp in Sokoto. The Hausa/Fulani graduates couldn't speak English and couldn't engage in enlightened discussion.

That educational imbalance must be corrected.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by QuotaSystem: 9:12am On Mar 13, 2018
Yyeske:
They should just shut up already, what did Ohaneze do about the fraudulent quota system before now? Southerners are their own enemies, OBJ wanted a third term and did nothing about it, GEJ wanted a second term and turned a blind eye to it.
Crap.

The question is why Ohaneze are so concerned about QS when it only applies to unity schools, which account for less than 10% of the total number of secondary schools in the country.

Another thing to ponder about which they are clearly ignorant of, is the fact that the QS cutoff scores are determined by the degree of competition for slots amongst candidates and not any sentimental basis i.e the higher the scores of competing students, the higher the cutoff mark.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Nobody: 9:15am On Mar 13, 2018
My bro cut off mark in sokoto is 2.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by QuotaSystem: 9:20am On Mar 13, 2018
Throwback:

Is Ohaneze claiming that slots already allocated to IMO or Anambra, are somehow given to the Northern states?

Or is Ohanaze demanding that slots already assigned to the Northern states just as the SouthEastern states have their own dedicated slots, for which poor academic indices result to poor exam marks, low competition and ultimately a low cut of marks for the North, that Northern slots should be reassigned to the states in the South?

Million dollar questions than cannot be answered by the perpetual victim players.

I think sheer ignorance lies at the base of ohanezes wails.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Throwback: 9:29am On Mar 13, 2018
QuotaSystem:


Million dollar questions than cannot be answered by the perpetual victim players.

I think sheer ignorance lies at the base of ohanezes wails.

The real ignorance is that many do not even understand the national integration purpose of the unity schools, and many do not understand that a federal subsidy (as enjoyed by the unity secondary schools) must be evenly spread federally.

That is why in the US, any entity that enjoys a federal subsidy, cannot discriminate against any gender, race or sexual orientation. If you want to discriminate, you must forego the federal subsidy.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by rumours: 9:31am On Mar 13, 2018
So you are ok with the mediocrity in the land abi? You don't think it is high time we stopped sacrificing merit on the altar of quota system and federal character right! I don't know when you join nairaland, but have gradually become notorious. The other day, you tried to distort the fact about the 1st VC of UI. Then, you also tried to mislead people because an Igbo man was appointed President of ICC. These are the few that I have taken note of. I am sure there may be others. Why are you this bigoted? Are you a yoruba moslem? Reasonable and good people of the Southwest are tired of mediocrity and quota system. It is largely why it is all motion without Movement in Nigeria. Imagine a President whose WAEC is still in doubt. Imagine a President who joined the army with a written note from his principal! Nigeria is over 50yrs post independence. Are you saying we should continue like this? Till when? You are an enemy of this country and you shall reap the evil and hatred you are sowing. Let me rest my case.

Throwback:


Can you please explain the purpose of the unity schools as established by the FG and how the quota system is derived as regards compulsory representation by each state of the federation?

Is Ohaneze claiming that slots already allocated to IMO or Anambra, are somehow given to the Northern states?

Or is Ohanaze demanding that slots already assigned to the Northern states just as the SouthEastern states have their own dedicated slots, for which poor academic indices result to poor exam marks, low competition and ultimately a low cut of marks for the North, that Northern slots should be reassigned to the states in the South?

Are Unity schools the only secondary schools in Nigeria, such that the insignificant percentage of federal unity schools were such quota system is practiced, limits the secondary education chances of a brilliant boy or girl from Abia state.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Caustics: 9:34am On Mar 13, 2018
igbos are not almajiris

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by maestroferddi: 9:35am On Mar 13, 2018
Anyhow they put it, Igbos will still come tops.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by austin2all: 9:35am On Mar 13, 2018
sh.thole

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Throwback: 9:36am On Mar 13, 2018
Kemperor:
80% of workers in all Agencies and Parastatals in Nigeria are Hausa/Fulani...

It's annoying because they are all olodos, infact DUMMIES... They never went to school to study hard but they occupy the positions in offices that requires smart and intelligent people.

This Hausa/Fulani people never repeat class. If they fail, the school will pass them. That tells you how unjust the educational system in Nigeria is. It is the same in all Northern Universities.

I wept for this country when I was in NYSC camp in Sokoto. The Hausa/Fulani graduates couldn't speak English and couldn't engage in enlightened discussion.

That educational imbalance must be corrected.

The North will have to work hard to correct a Northern problem. The Unity school project is the best the federal government can do to pull the low upwards.

If you come in with a score of 6 and you manage to survive with students who got admitted with a score of 65, you are academically doomed if you cannot brush yourself up within 6 years, with the high standard that surrounds you.

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by ibori1(m): 9:36am On Mar 13, 2018
cool
Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by free2ryhme: 9:36am On Mar 13, 2018
joudini:
ENUGU —THE apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has lambasted the Federal Ministry of Education for continuing in alleged descriminatory cut off point in unity schools in Nigeria.

In a statement yesterday, the group alleged that under the guise of educationally disadvantaged areas, some states are unduly favoured with very low cut off marks while others have unacceptably high cut off points.

The statement said: “For instance, whereas Abia State has 65 points for male and female, some states in the North have as low as 7 points for female and 10 points for male. This cannot continue. And funny enough, when products of this unjust system graduate, the same so-called educationally disadvantaged specie will get jobs and preferential treatment before his ‘advantage” colleague. This is robbing Peter to pay Paul. This is the highest degree of in-built terror against some people in Nigeria and it must stop. It has got to stop. This favoritism must stop if we want to continue as one nation.”

Ohanaeze Ndigbo also condemned the re-instatement and promotion of Ibrahim Othman , one of the masterminds of the APO six killing in 2006. “Othman was recently re-instated and is now an Assistant Inspector General of Police . This is a great insult to the sensibility of the victims and dependants of the deceased traders.

“There is no part of the world where this kind of callousness can happen and we call on the IG of Police and the Federal Government to reconsider the shameful act.

“We also call for investigation into the ownership of oil blocs in Nigeria to ensure it meets geographical spread. The DPR and NNPC should publish the ownership structure of oil blocs in Nigeria.”

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/03/ohanaeze-faults-fgs-cut-off-mark-disparity-unity-schools/



these dullard states have produce useless presidents that have plunged this country in anarchy

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Stingman: 9:38am On Mar 13, 2018
QuotaSystem:


Million dollar questions than cannot be answered by the perpetual victim players.

I think sheer ignorance lies at the base of ohanezes wails.

Freaking thieves and unity beggars everywhere...

Why don't they use quotas in the military...DSS, Police, Army, Airforce, Navy immigration, EFCC, NDLEA, etc, etc...?

Useless country...

Just few days ago an eastern was made the President of ICC, a senator in Italy...Already they have three females as VP of world bank, etc, etc...Why are you not able to compete globally?

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Sapiosexuality(m): 9:40am On Mar 13, 2018
They don't get it. The northerners don't get it either. As long as there is Quota System, the people of Northern Nigeria will always suffer more in this country. It doesn't help but destroys them. Their good and smart leaders should look into it and put an end to it. If any one is reading, he or she should see this article:

http://www.mortalpoet.com/quota-system-and-revenue-sharing-formula-favour-north/

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by ZombieTAMER: 9:40am On Mar 13, 2018
IgboticGirl:






Ohanaeze should go and have seat



Igbo's have a very high IQ so is ok



I don't see a problem with DAT...it will make they attain higher in global stage



i dont like wen dumb people keep drawing us back

Edit this thing you wrote here.... Asap

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Germandude: 9:41am On Mar 13, 2018
Everything in Nigeria is nepotism

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Pavore9: 9:42am On Mar 13, 2018
Na today.
Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by ZombieTAMER: 9:43am On Mar 13, 2018
There is nothing like equity justice and fairness in this country....

It's a land of nepotism... Tribalism and religious bigotry


The country is not working

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Re: Ohanaeze Faults Fg’s Cut-off Mark Disparity In Unity Schools by Throwback: 9:43am On Mar 13, 2018
rumours:
So you are ok with the mediocrity in the land abi? You don't think it is high time we stopped sacrificing merit on the altar of quota system and federal character right! I don't know when you join nairaland, but have gradually become notorious. The other day, you tried to distort the fact about the 1st VC of UI. Then, you also tried to mislead people because an Igbo man was appointed President of ICC. These are the few that I have taken note of. I am sure there may be others. Why are you this bigoted? Are you a yoruba moslem? Reasonable and good people of the Southwest are tired of mediocrity and quota system. It is largely why it is all motion without Movement in Nigeria. Imagine a President whose WAEC is still in doubt. Imagine a President who joined the army with a written note from his principal! Nigeria is over 50yrs post independence. Are you saying we should continue like this? Till when? You are an enemy of this country and you shall reap the evil and hatred you are sowing. Let me rest my case.


I am a Yoruba Catholic. I hope your permutations have been defeated now.

The other day, I proved how meritocracy was sacrificed to ensure that only an Igbo will become the first African Principal of UI. And the Igbo man in question was told point blank by the Igbo School Council Chairman, that if he reject the appointment, they will rather give the position to a foreigner. This was despite having a more qualified and senior Yoruba professor as the most senior African on the very Academic Board that the Principal ought to have been appointed from. My case on that matter is closed.

Then Igbos who got their egos bruised saw an opportunity to gloat over the appointment of a fellow Igbo as ICC president, and they ensured to mention me to come see. I ended their joy by letting them know that a Yoruba man called Taslim Olawale Elias, was already the first African President of the superior ICJ/World Court, as far back as 1982. This hurt the clansmen so much that they permanently relocated to the internet cloud looking for any contrary information to save face, trying to disprove my factual assertion with lies that I punctured without mercy to them.

You are a very greedy fellow for wanting to take slots that have been assigned to the North. For God's sake, you have your own dedicated slots in the unity schools just as every other state does. The academic advancement of your state only ensures that the cut off mark will be high between the many brilliant kids jostling for the slots already assigned to the state.

Just as the academic decadence in Zamfara ensures that very low marks scored by the kids there, result to very low cut off marks to fulfill admission slots already assigned to Zamfara.

I repeat, attending a federal subsidised unity agenda school is not by force.

You either get out or you get with the programme.

This is where I now ask if you are a greedy emotional Igbo who feels marginalized that he has not been allowed to take what belongs to others?

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