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Poems For Review / Re: Where Art Thou? (poem) by AbdulFattah(m): 9:22am On Oct 05, 2013
If You Care For The Link, Here It Is: http://adekunleadebajo./2013/10/01/where-art-thou/
Poems For Review / Where Art Thou? (poem) by AbdulFattah(m): 9:21am On Oct 05, 2013
WHERE ART THOU?
...
I HAVE LOOKED AND LOOKED
MY EYES ARE WEARY
I HAVE WALKED AND WALKED
MY LIMBS ARE UNSTEADY
...
I HAVE SEARCHED THE WHOLE NATION
YET FUTILE IS MY EXERTION
THE PRESENT AND FUTURE I HAVE SEEN
STILL NO SIGN OF THEE
...
I LOOK TO THE HEAD
SAID REPRESENTATION OF ALL
I FIND, IT IS MUCH CROOKED
FULL OF PRETENCE, SECRETS AND FRAUDS
...
I LOOK TO THE COMMONALITY
AND ALL I CAN SEE IS POVERTY
A MASS OF UNBOUND SLAVES
AN OCEAN OF DILIGENT ILLITERATES
...
I LOOK TO THE SHEPHERDS
BUT THE WORST OF MEN, I REGARD
AFFLUENT SPEAKERS, UNQUESTIONED
TYRANTS
MASTERS IN THE DECEPTIVE ART
...
I LOOK TO MAN’S LAST SOURCE OF HOPE
OR IS IT HIS LAST SOURCE OF WOE?
HAMMERING HARD ON PETTY OFFENDERS
GOING BLIND, ON SEEING LOADED
DEFENDANTS
...
I LOOK TO THE YOUNG ONES
WITH PROFOUND FAITH AND FERVOR
LEADERS OF TOMORROW, I HEAR YOU
SAY?
NO! WHAT GREETS THE EYE IS SURELY NO
RAY
...
NO WHERE IS SAFE
NO THING IS CERTAIN
NOT A PUPIL’S GRADUATION TIME
NOT THE HOURS WE SPEND AS NIGHT
...
BAD NEWS MEET MY EARS DAILY
UGLY SIGHTS SHAKE MY HEAD REPEATEDLY
LEADERS GIVE NO DAMN ABOUT THEIR
FOLLOWERS
THEY, DO NOT CARE ABOUT ONE ANOTHER
...
ON, I LOOK, BUT I SEE NOT
HARD, I LISTEN, BUT I HEAR NOT
IF YOU SAY STILL, THAT THERE IS HOPE
THEN SHOW ME, WHERE IS ITS ABODE?
...
Wrote It On Oct. 1st In A Pensive Mood Regarding The State Of Our Dear Nation.

Education / Re: University Of Ibadan Student (graduate/undergraduate)Chat Room by AbdulFattah(m): 6:23am On Oct 04, 2013
Hello Everyone,

This's Adebajo Adekunle.
A Law Student in 100 L.

I'm glad to be here. :-)
Crime / Re: Catholic Priest In Prison Over Assault On Policemen by AbdulFattah(m): 3:44pm On Sep 25, 2013
nerodenero: Every bad news that one can think of emanates from the Church ranging from sexual assault, murder, ritual and corruption etc. These are devices the devil is using to distract, confuse, gather disciples to hell and discourage people from the assembly of faithfuls. The Church will definitely keep marching on until the last day.

1. Any prophecy from the Bible to bsck this up...? I mean that says this will happen and that is solution.

2. Can't the same apply to other religions too... with evil NEWS emanating from their quarters ?
Religion / Re: Christianity And Science by AbdulFattah(m): 12:52pm On Sep 23, 2013
macof: In Christianity, Islam and Judaism everything is God grin. even Abraham and Jacob called Angels God

Not true.
Please do not confuse the mentioned monotheistic religions with Pantheism.
Religion / Re: Christianity And Science by AbdulFattah(m): 5:47am On Sep 23, 2013
Samunique: Every scientifically proved discovery is always bibically acurate, and moreover, science is not always right, some years back science said that the earth was "square", Isaiah 40:22 says the earth is circle (spherical).However, with further research scientists later confirmed the bible's view regarding the shape of the earth .

So i believe some of these biblically contradictory scientific discoveries will still be biblically acurate with more research.

because we are yet to comprehend fully all the science of nature and the universe.

So whatever scientists come up with today might not be the final answer.

THE MORE WE LIVE THE MORE WE LEARN !!!

Mind you, some of those scientists are ATHEISTS !!!


Please don"t come and give us bobo here o.
Scientists like Pythagoras and Copernicles (not sure of spelling) have asserted that the Earth is spherical centuries before Jesus was born.
Many like Galileo were persecuted by the Catholic church simply becauss they said the Earth is spherical and it is not the centre of the world...

The book of Isaiah says the Earth is circle? Good.
How about other Biblical verses that say God will shake the Earth by its EDGES, r that Jesus is able to see all kingdoms of the world from a tall mountain... Does that not explicitly suggest that the Earth is flat.?

This topic is what has led Scientists to ve wary of the Church... they never made publications that contradicted the Church's doctrine, for the fear of facing a horrendous death...

There are numerous other ways Christianity conflicts with Modern logic and Science... but going there would only mean wasting time and starting an unnecessary heated argument.

Sorry... not saying this to denegrate your faith... but don't come here and sell us fictitious claims just because you desperately wish they were true.

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Politics / Re: ASUU Strike: Jonathan Approves N400bn Lifeline –SSANU by AbdulFattah(m): 6:50am On Aug 19, 2013
...
Comrade Ugwoke pointed out that the
money had been shared and out of the
N100 billion, N96 billion had been sent to
universities.
He added: “The committee is meeting
again on Monday (today), and by Monday,
the document will be out. This time
around, it is not only by giving
universities money, but it will be
monitored to ensure that the money is
used to transform the universities, to bail
universities out of the present situation
and develop them to an internationally
recognized university standard.”
...

My question:

WHAT IS THE REMAINING 4 BILLION NAIRA NOT SENT TO THE UNIVERSITIES MEANT FOR ?

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Politics / Re: Comedy Unlimited: Rochas Builds Freedom Square For Ventilation Of Anger by AbdulFattah(m): 3:27pm On May 07, 2013
Sincere 9gerian:
Between you and Governor Rochas, who is the greatest comedian?

Shouldn't that be ... who is the "greater" comedian ?

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Politics / My Oga At The Top: A Message To All by AbdulFattah(m): 2:34am On Mar 21, 2013
‘MY OGA AT THE TOP’: A MESSAGE TO ALL


Channels TV: what is the website of NSCDC?

Shem: the website of NSC…NSCDC…yes will
be
made known…I cannot categorically tell
you one
now…because the one that…

Channels TV: (cuts in) you have multiple
websites?

Shem: wait, wait…the one we are going to
make
use of, I am not the one that is going to
create it.

Channels TV: see, the question is what is
your
website?

Shem: (cuts in) waaait , the one we are
going to
make use of…is go…is going to remain
know by
(raising right index finger) my oga at the
top. I
can’t announce one now and my oga says
it’s
another one.

Channels TV: you mean NSCDC has multiple
websites?

Shem: see, we cannot have multiple
websites, but
the one that…that…my oga will say

Channels TV: not the one for employment.
what
is your website now. The one you use
normally.
Your official website. If you want to know
about
NSCDC, what website do you go to?

Shem: okay, if you want to know about
NSCDC as
at now?

Channels TV: exactly.

Shem: okay, ww.nscdc

Channels TV: yes

Shem: yes, so… (Coughs). That’s all.

Channels TV: ww.nscdc? …that’s it?

Shem: yes.

* * * * * * * * * *

A person willing to be acquainted with the
leading
distraction in Nigeria need not go far before
he
hears someone shout; ‘you are my oga at
the top’,
‘my website is dobiyu dobiyu dot daz all’,
‘lemme
first of all ask my oga at the top’ and so on.
Or
perhaps he might even be fortunate to
catch a
glimpse of one of the polos and shirts
customised to celebrate this act of; shall we
say
mediocrity, ignominy or spirited
witlessness? We
can logically conclude that a Nigerian who
is
unaware about the tale is either among the
71.57% of Nigerians without internet access
or
one of the 55.3% without access to TV.

The topical hilarious, yet disastrous ‘my oga
at
the top’ saga is one which, in my sincere
opinion,
should oblige us to engage in deep
introspection
on our predicament as a nation.

Some are of the view that Mr Obafaiye
Shem, the
Lagos state commandant of the Nigeria
Security
and Civil Defence Corps and the icon in this
drama, ought to resign or better still be
sacked
for committing such a weighty blooper. But
then,
I think that this should not be the case. The
only
flaw people who are critical of the man can
point
out is that which concerns the
organisation’s
website address; which I frankly deem
trivial and
negligible. I mean, the man has just recently
celebrated 100 days in office and a URL
address
is one of the things he should not be
bothered
with, especially giving the office he holds.
The
only problem I have is his trying to bluff his
way
out rather than just admitting his
unawareness,
and then his constant reference to his ‘oga
at the
top’, whoever that is.

Watching the video again, I could not but
laugh at
the laughable, unimpressive and
preposterous
manner in which Mr Shem arrogantly
answered
the question. He obviously seemed
uncomfortable and fidgety. Perchance, he
was
only caught up with the dilemma principle.

Some also opine that the startling diffusion
of the
incident is because of the activities of
companies
who want to divert attention from the
content of
the interview. However, I beg to disagree.
The
stuff has gone viral because Nigerian cyber-
surfers want it that way. The question we
should
ask ourselves is why do Nigerians want it
that
way. My answer: poverty and idleness. Most
Nigerians have little or nothing to do. We
needed
something to while away time, and ‘our oga
at the
top’ has come to give us just that.

Finally and finally, my message to all and
sundry
is one, to not be the best in whatever it is we
are
doing, but also to have little knowledge on
other
things as well. Because, seriously speaking, it
could have been anybody. Mr Shem,
surprisingly
has three degrees to his credit, yet he is yet
to
master the art of speechifying. This makes
one
wonder how he successfully scaled through
his
past interviews. Two, we should endeavour
to
take note of little subtle details because at
times
they matter more than the glaring ones. Let
us not
be extremely conservative to the extent of
not
paying attention to important things such as
the
format URL addresses take. And lastly, we all
know that in Nigeria, one needs ‘ogas at the
top’
to go places but never attempt to over-extol
them
while giving public addresses, most
especially on
channels TV.


http://adekunleadebajo./
2013/03/21/my-oga-at-the-top-a-message-
to-all/
Politics / Your First Move If You Were Replace Jonathan ? by AbdulFattah(m): 8:03am On Mar 12, 2013
No doubt, a substantial percentage of us would tend to agree that the present administration of Dr. Goodluck E. Jonathan is more or less anti-people, undemocratic and non-pragmatic.
Without much ado, my question now is IF YOU WERE TO REPLACE JONATHAN AS THE NUMBER ONE FIGURE OF THIS NATION, WHAT WOULD BE YOUR VERY FIRST POLICY CHANGE, YOUR VERY FIRST EXEVUTIVE ACTION, YOUR VERY FIRST CONTRIBUTION TO SUCCESS OF THE NIGERIAN PROJECT, taking into consideration the shortcomings of this regime and the problems bedevillong Nigeria...

Thanks !
Literature / Re: Why I Have No Future Ambition. by AbdulFattah(m): 1:10pm On Jan 27, 2013
ochallo:

i will

D'you have a blog sir ?
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 5:46pm On Jan 13, 2013
codedswagz: lodged in mellamby already 4 nau......bin tld dat all d cuttons 4 zik n indy is bein removed ....vexed....fun rummies

Tell me 'bout the clearance bro.
..coming tomorrow..
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 5:40pm On Jan 13, 2013
Jogujay: Finally I'm now in ibadan. Anybody in mellanby hall here?
grin
Jogujay: Finally I'm now in ibadan. Anybody in mellanby hall here?
:-D
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 5:38pm On Jan 13, 2013
Ibraheeym: Dat how doze Mellanby Fellas bleeped up sha.. Na only 'Fine Girls' dem dey allow enta.. Chilling arnd Parry Road sha, Hitting Tedder 1st tin Tmao.

Is Mellanby a mixed-hall ??
Career / Re: ::why I Chose To Study Law:: by AbdulFattah(m): 10:53am On Jan 12, 2013
...
MY SIBLINGS
YES! Without doubt, this also contributed
to my choice of career. It is not the case
that all my siblings, or should I say
brothers, were lawyers or would-be
lawyers. Rather, it is quite the opposite.
The three of them chose to go to the
science department while in senior high.
My eldest brother, now a graduate and
bonafide member of the Nigerian labour
force, studied computer science while in
school. The ‘second in command’ is
currently ‘reading’ Estate management in a
federal university of technology. And my
immediate elder brother is studying pure
chemistry at present.
It is a source of pride for me, actually, to
be the only ‘black sheep’, the only art
student, the only historian, the only
literary expert, the only political analyst
and, most importantly, the only learned
child of the four of us.
...
“THE INCORRUPTIBLE JUDGE”
“The incorruptible Judge”. This is a book I
read in my early childhood. It is authored
by Olu D. Olagoke. The theme of this book
centre on a judge who is morally upright,
who is incorruptible. Then a matter got to
his court involving, if I remember corectly,
his friend and a rich personality. He was
presurised and offered a bribe. However,
he would not budge. He stood his ground,
and repeatedly asserted that he will only
judge based on the pieces of evidence
adduced before him in the court. And
eventually, he did convict the accused
person for he was glaringly guilty.
His attitude is analogous to that of Justice
Sowemimo, who told Chief Obafemi
Awolowo in 1963, when the latter
appeared before him for a 3-count charge
of conspiracy and treasonable felony,
that,”Here we have one of the first
premiers of the autonomous region
standing trial. If you were the only one
before me, I would have felt that it was
enough for you to have undergone the
strain of the trial. I would have asked you
to go. But I am sorry. I cannot do so now
because my hands are tied.”
In a nutshell, I desired to be like this judge.
I wanted to be a principled man, who has
clearly defined his values, and then would
stop at nothing to defend those values. A
man who would not compromise his
integrity because of familiarity or mere
gratification.
...
CONCLUSION
...
Well, there you have it. This is the synopsis
of the major factors that culminated into
my choice of law as a career. I might
decide to add some more later on. I did
not see my future in a trance, I’m not a
gifted dreamer. I was not coerced into the
decision, my parents gave me absolute
freedom in the aspect. And neither is it
because my zodiac sign is libra, in actualty,
by bbirthday falls in that of virgo. It is my
eldest brother is a libra, and he is not a
lawyer.
I want to believe you’ve been exposed to
some new facts, as a result of your reading
this article. If my guess is right, then I’m
glad my effort is not wasted.
Now all want to ask you is, after reading
this, if you desire to choose a career for
yourself, or perhaps your advice is sought
regarding career choice, WHY NOT LAW?
...
http://adekunleadebajo./2013/01/12/why-law/

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Career / ::why I Chose To Study Law:: by AbdulFattah(m): 10:47am On Jan 12, 2013
WHY I CHOSE TO STUDY LAW.
...
My decision to study law was not
haphazard, but as a result of a number of
factors. These factors are what I plan to
tersely discuss in this article. The decision
is one I’ve made while I was more or less
still an abecedarian: during my primary
school days. At the time, I understood the
significance of choosing ones career at an
early stage to give room for the
development of passion and adequate
preparation. In short, I did not want to be
labelled an NFA, id est., someone with No
Future Ambition.
Whether, my parents coerced me into it,
whether I envisioned it in a dream or
whether making this very fundamental
choice naturally follows from my zodiac
sign being ‘Libra’ – you’ll soon get to know.
The will-soon-be-mentioned points are the
reasons for my choosing to be a lawyer,
but some of them may equally be
considered as reasons anyone should
choose law as a profession. The reasons I
made the decision, stood by it and never
once faltered in my determination to be
learned person, thus include:
...
PROMINENCE OF LAW
No doubt, Law is one of the most
renowned and widely recognised
professions. Whenever and wherever,
good careers are mentioned, law is always
among – and then, perhaps, Medicine,
Engineering and Accounting. Hence, this
was one of the factors that contributed to
my decision, as well as the decisions of
numerous other children.
Again, Lawyers enjoy a great amount of
veneration from others. Anyone tagged as
“D-LAW”, is always seen as a reservoir of
knowledge and an insightful personalty.
Even as a law student, I enjoy this show of
respect from people on sundry occasions.
And it not only endeared me to the
profession, but also re-assures me from
time to time that there’s no other course
I’d rather take.
...
UNIQUENESS OF LAW
Apart from the prominence law enjoys as a
profession, it is also a quite unique career,
most distinct from others. It is mainly
because of this peculiarity that non-
lawyers express envy towards us,
especially in the university environment.
One, law is the most conservative
profession. The up-till-today use of wig,
gown, latin and archaic expressions attest
to this fact.
Secondly, law students are the only set of
university students that use clothes of
uniform colours: id est., black and white
attires. White represents deep wisdom,
purity and innocence, while black
represents power, authority, as well as
blindness i.e fairness and justice.
And lastly, law is the only course in which a
department, prima facie, constitutes a
whole faculty. All other faculties [and
colleges] are split into several
departments.
...
ADVOCACY LAWYERING
A lawyer is either in the profession by
accident/coercion, or for the fame and
fortune he might get. If not, then he is in it
to get and advocate justice, either for
himself or for others who have been
wronged. No law student would tell you
that his own objective for studying law is
to defend the wrong-doer against the
wronged, or to protect the oppressor from
the oppressed. All would-be legal
practitioners desire to be advocates of
justice, paladins of freedom and heralds of
equity. I am no exception.
I have said it before and I will herewith
reiterate it: The greatest problem the
society, the nation and the world at large is
facing is not malaria, neither is it bad
roads. Our greatest problem,
incontrovertibly, is corruption.
The question now is, which professionals
or practitioners are in the best position to
tackle this problem? It is definitely not
doctors; they only treat those who are the
major source of this problem when they’re
ill, and then abandon the victims of the
corrupt circumstance we find ourselves. It
is definitely not journalists; they can only
bark, they possess not the necessary
canines to bite. It is not engineers. Neither
is it accountants. I am of the strong belief
that it is none other than lawyers. It is they
that have the essential weapon to bring
corruptionists to book and prosecute all
who involve themselves in unwholesome
conducts.
So, just as we have advocacy journalists,
there are also advocacy lawyers. These are
lawyers that believe in a cause, and utilise
their profession in the fight for that cause.
Persons like Gani Fawehinmi, who loudly
spoke against bad leadership and Nelson
Mandela, who publicly condemned
apartheid and gave legal aids to blacks who
needed them, are perfect examples.
...
HISTORICAL IMPACT
Law is a profession that has produced
many leaders and influential personages
who have left indelible trails in the sands of
time. They succeeded both in legal practice
and extra-legal practice, most of them
being renowned politicians, activists and
orators.
Paragons of this instance include Abraham
Lincoln, the man who greatly promoted
the abolition of slave trade and prevented
the disintegration of the American union;
Nelson Mandela, the first black President
of South Africa who played a key role in
the struggle against apartheid in South
Africa; Mahatma Gandhi, a non-violent
revolutionary that successfully clamoured
for India’s independence from Britain.
Another good example is John Grisham, a
world best-selling writer of fictions. And in
Nigeria here we have the likes of Patrick
Obahiagbon, a controversial orator,
political-activist and well-recognised
grammarian, and a host of others making
names for themselves in the the
entertainment, most especially, movie
industry.
...
INDISPENSABILITY
It is worth mentioning that law is also a
quite essential and indispensable
profession. Most, if not all, institutions can
do without medical doctors and engineers,
but tell me a company that can live long
without prompt and periodic legal
succour. In fact, most gatherings require
the presence of a lawyer to guide them
through their proceedings, and put them
to order whenever they dabble into
illicitness.
Nations like Russia and France, have in
time past, banned the operation of
lawyers. But later on, despite the antipathy
they harboured against them, they had to
rescind the ban, after realising the
“indispensability” of law, and by extension
lawyers.
...
LUCRATIVENESS, BROAD RANGE OF
OPPORTUNITIES
In time past, Law was a very unrewarding
profession. Orators in ancient Athens,
Greece, who could be referred to as the
first lawyers were required by law not to
request for payments for their rendered
services. It was like helping out a friend in
difficulty. In early ancient Rome too,
precisely 204 BC, there was a law banning
advocates from taking fees [but the law
was widely ignored]. Emperor Claudius
later abolished the ban and legalised the
legal profession, but he also imposed a fee
ceiling of 10,000 sesterces for anyone
willing to work as a lawyer.
Nowadays, the tide has turned. Lawyers,
are today, one of the most paid
professionals. A lawyer who knows his
onions well could get paid in millions for a
single case, with no stress. The best part is
that there abounds a wide range of
opportunities for anyone who has been
called to bar or who has formal knowledge
of legal practice. Such a person could
become an advocate, a solicitor, a legal
adviser to corporate bodies or to the
government, an arbitrator, a lecturer. He
can as well successfully seek jobs in fields
such as politics, journalism,
entrepreneurship and so on, if the
competition in legal practice proves too
fierce for him.
...
NATURAL POLEMIC DEXTERITY
Well, I wouldn’t say I was much of a
debater, even up till this moment.
However, I was a lot better than most of
my mates. I was naturally daring,
audacious and may be stubborn at times.
Recently, perhaps a couple of months
back, I found out from my mom that this
attitude was inherent in me since I was
young, that I even showed it to her
apprentices.
I can recall many occasions that I
challenged my primary school teachers,
secondary school teachers and even
university lecturers – and on those
occasions, I often got penalised. Even my
family, most especially my mom, complain
about my habit challenging their
dispositions. As a result, one of my
brothers always suggested that I train
myself professionally as lawyer.
If there is any activity I had interest in and
loved doing, it is debating. But please, do
not at all confuse debating with public
speaking – that I developed just recently.
About two years back, I was a poor public
speaker, I was very apprehensive of facing
a crowd and if at all I did face a crowd, I
was always trembling. But gradually, I have
been able to improve in that aspect as well.
...
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 4:08am On Jan 12, 2013
malikidi: For sultan bello hallmate,prepare 6passport,1 full pix,ur documents n a token amount(as said by d official in charge).....also he said we should come wit our loads on monday dat he guarantee us all accomodatn into d hostel.....so me ntemi i go come do my clearance on monday and resume on tuesday.

Which is one full picture o?
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 8:29pm On Jan 11, 2013
zezeny:
Not only u. Jst leave d space. Its general

okay...I'm grateful.
You've been most generous.
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 7:27pm On Jan 11, 2013
zezeny:
If u upload d passport nd signature, print d page first b4 pressing "update", atleast 4 now.

err...thanks, bro...maybe I'll do that tomorrow...but one problem though, I can't edit my date of birth...and the space is asteriked.
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 7:23pm On Jan 11, 2013
Pinkyshron: guyz pls hw do i update ma personal data form.Afta fillin d form n uploadin d passport n signature wah nxt...i dint c any submit n wen i click on update d passport n signature wil disappear...pls o wah culd b d prblm n hw do i go bout it.urgent answers pls.

Same problem.
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 9:15pm On Jan 10, 2013
FINALLY!
ROOM 85, BLOCK A, HALL MELLANBY.
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 1:25pm On Jan 10, 2013
Mubaraq95: Yea @abdul fattah

Have you been allocated a hall & room bro?
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 7:46am On Jan 10, 2013
Abdul Fattah: PLEASE GUYS; AM I THE ONLY ONE HAVING DIFFICULTY LOGGING INTO MY PERSONAL MAIL
The system kept saying username or password incorrect...
Is the password not password....and username, surname+last 3 digits of matric. no

It's freaking me out o...

Problem solved atlast...didn't know my username is "aadebajo329"...mistook it for "adebajo329".
Any Mellanbite in the house?
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 5:32pm On Jan 09, 2013
Abdul Fattah: PLEASE GUYS; AM I THE ONLY ONE HAVING DIFFICULTY LOGGING INTO MY PERSONAL MAIL
The system kept saying username or password incorrect...
Is the password not password....and username, surname+last 3 digits of matric. no

It's freaking me out o...
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 3:53pm On Jan 09, 2013
malikidi: I think its compulsory we all resume on monday cos orientation starts as well from 9am to 1pm.........@jossy and oders my personal data form isnt updating is dere anything to be done pls

Orientation is on monday ??
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 3:53pm On Jan 09, 2013
PLEASE GUYS; AM I THE ONLY ONE HAVING DIFFICULTY LOGGING INTO MY PERSONAL MAIL
The system kept saying username or password incorrect...
Is the password not password....and username, surname+last 3 digits of matric. no

It's freaking me out o...
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 8:27pm On Jan 08, 2013
zezeny:
(1) If u can still go back to print it, its beta u print it, tho its not compulsory
(2) Actually I don't know d password u are talking about, buh wen u change a password other dan ur email password, definitly it can't affect dat of ur email, since u didn't change dat of ur email
(3) Hostel clearance begins on Jan 14th nd u cannot be allowed to pack in until u are cleared
(4) Its better u print any form dat comes ur way in d course of doing ur online registration
GOODLUCK

Thanks bro!
...
Noticed you've been 'boycotting' 2go lately, hope no problem?
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 7:45pm On Jan 08, 2013
zezeny:
Egbon for where? Abegi o, I be small boi o... Lol... Actually, d normal passport nd signature size for UI shud not be more dan 20kb

Hi, thanks for everything...
..but I need another help from you o...
I've paid, gotten my PINs, cleared it online and printed the Hostel Application form... Soneone is saying I should've printed the page that says the payments are approved; how true?
2. After changing my p/word, does it affect my mail's p/word too?.
3. Is it true that we won't be allowed into the hostels until on the 14th i.e. next monday.
4. What other doc. do I need to print apart from Application form; Biodata (which is currently inedittable); and Hostel approval.??.

Thanks for your much anticipated response.
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 7:29pm On Jan 07, 2013
zezeny:
NO!, d block is not a Bungalow. It is a tall building. Buh if u need a ground floor den u may apply for d 80s to 90s. Dey are d ground floor. GOODLUCK

Thanks boss.
Education / Re: University Of Ibadan 2012/2013 Admission Continua by AbdulFattah(m): 3:06pm On Jan 07, 2013
zezeny:
Block A is good block. Any room dere.

Please, Vincent, is the block a bungalow ?
I think I'd prefer the ground floor...
I need a swift reply, pls, going to the cafe this evening....
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Islam for Muslims / Re: Nairaland Muslim Newbies: Introduce Yourselves Here by AbdulFattah(m): 1:37pm On Jan 06, 2013
Juwonesho:
waleikum salam waramotulah. U'r very welcome bro

Shukran, sis.
Islam for Muslims / Re: A Muslim But... by AbdulFattah(m): 10:01am On Jan 06, 2013
vedaxcool: Wonderful article! May Allah reward you amin.

Amin bro.
Jadhakumullahu khayran.

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