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Celebrities / Re: Julius Agwu Visits His Mother In The Farm (Photos) by belicov(m): 3:18am On Apr 04, 2018
God bless you for this, some pple are just plain stupid judging as if they are God. For getting that most of this old folks always want to enjoy life the way they know it.
tyson99:

Calm down man,this is femi otedola's mum's home even after he built her an estate,old people prefer to live the way they have started and thats what gives them joy
Celebrities / Re: Mayowa Nicholas Is The New Face Of Calvin Klein (Photos) by belicov(m): 5:57pm On Apr 03, 2017
truth12:
Looks more like Keke palmer in the third photo. Black is beautiful. Congrats though.
yeah ur kinda right

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Family / Re: Photo Of Beautiful Family Of 8 Children by belicov(m): 5:53pm On Apr 03, 2017
Phones / Re: As A Firefighter Battling Epileptic Power Supply, What Phone Do You Recommend? by belicov(m): 7:33am On Mar 21, 2017
Iamdemola:
Power supply in my area hasn't been friendly at all. From rotating it two days on, one day off, it has become one day on, two days off. Even on the day they should on for us, if PHCN gives light in at least 5hours of that 24hours of that day, glory be to God.

As a fire fighter, I go to work one day, then use two days as my off days. I need rest, but then there is hardly light for one to enjoy himself. My Lumia 540 with 2200mAh battery capacity hardly lasts 20hrs cos I am a heavy user and it takes eternity to charge to full.

I need a phone that can last the two days of my off duty days, please suggest.


cc lalasticlala, Mynd44
try and get a gionee m5 its 6020mah it lasts for 3days witout light.
Fashion / Re: Gym Photos Of Mr. Tourism Nigeria 2016 Finalist by belicov(m): 10:56am On Dec 03, 2016
ugonology:
the imo state guy sha.....for that posture alone he should be disqualified from the competition grin
hahahahahahahahaha na me u dey babe like this abi

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Education / Re: UNILAG Students Dress As NURTW Officials To Celebrate Their Costume Day.Photos by belicov(m): 2:25pm On Aug 11, 2016
rexhafiz:

That's not Taurus, that's Maleficent without the wings
And the last one is definitely a lesbian dominant with d whip.

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Politics / Re: Utorogu Liberation Movement, New Militant Group Emerges by belicov(m): 8:44am On Jun 17, 2016
princeokpara:
lol....nothing we no go c for Nigeria guys d hustle oooo BT e like say ns terrorism d pay now ....I d come make I sell market tecno j8 for sale 08035517549
how much
Politics / Re: Iara Oshiomhole Is The Head Of Edo Table Tennis Association by belicov(m): 7:59am On Jun 17, 2016
examhall:
Beautiful lady! She's beautiful
behind dah beauty I c somfin odd
Forum Games / Re: How Many Tigers Can You See by belicov(m): 7:29am On Jun 05, 2016
chievo:
8 tigers
I spit 10 buh I feel dere is more
Celebrities / Re: Funke Akindele Buys Keke Napep For Twitter User Who Asked For Help by belicov(m): 1:36am On May 12, 2016
winsley:
dat is d essence of life ,what is all dat wealth if u can't help a soul Godbless u funke.

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Gaming / Re: Which Of These Games Did We Do Best When We Were Young??? by belicov(m): 4:49pm On Feb 21, 2016
dulux07:
I participated in almost all grin grin grin
Those days we had a lot of fun and we were very strong due to the kind of fun we had. Compared to this indomie generation that only exercise their fingers and eyes ( video games, tv ).
I really miss being a kid.
I played all of dem including d ones dah were not mentioned here. Police and thief, rubber, catcher, mummy nd daddy etc.

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Phone/Internet Market / Re: Which Android 5.0 Phone Is Best For 20K Or Below? by belicov(m): 10:50am On Jan 26, 2016
Whizzcute:
Please i need your suggestions and advices.

I need a nice phone running 5.0 lollipop, please suggest the one i should buy for 20k or below it.



Thanks for your suggestions
d best is injoo max 2 u wnt regret it I swear
Celebrities / Re: Kemi-Olunloyo: Olamide Does Money Rituals by belicov(m): 5:29am On Jan 03, 2016
prettysolid:
This woman again!!

Anything to stay relevant in the news. I no blame am, food don done.

Meanwhile she just indirectly insulted yoruba boys. She says you people are illiterates.

And with the way they act and reason I tend to agree with her.
preetysolid d woman dat is saying all these d idiot is a yoruba oo and ur aggreeing wit her cus d way dey behave av u ever travelled tu aba or any oda eastern part tu see how igbos behave dere pls yoruba soo far are still d most cultured ethnic group in nigeria and d most educated

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Sports / Re: Nigeria Vs Iraq: FIFA U-17 World Cup (5 - 0) On 25th October 2013 by belicov(m): 2:33pm On Oct 24, 2013
bizibrain: Dey av already qualify, dey only need @ least a lose against iraq, if mexico beat sweden nigeria will qualify on goal different, if sweden beat mexico, dey will also qualify.

Mexico 3 point
sweden4 point
Nigeria 4 point
iraq 0 point

Nigeria av d highest goal different of +5 so
dey dont even nid a draw 2 qualify.
make nigeria flog iraq ooo make dem no pity anibody
Phones / Re: BBM vs Whatsapp: Which Is Better? by belicov(m): 5:12pm On Oct 23, 2013
tonardo: What's make you think bbm is better ?
Or
Whatsapp is better?
Which one is more secure?
I believe both have advantages and disadvantages
what's app is far better buh it has tew Ðợ̣̣̇̇̇ wiff ur numba sha
Music/Radio / Re: Similarities Between Skelewu And Party Rock Anthem Videos by belicov(m): 9:17am On Oct 23, 2013
homesteady:

LMFAO – Hospital Scene


Davido – Hospital Scene


LMFAO - deserted town


Davido - deserted town


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=KQ6zr6kCPj8


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqflXTvth3s&feature=player_embedded
dat was †ђξ first tin I said ε̲̣̣̣̥Ω̴̴̩̩̩̥̩ I saw †ђξ hospital scene
Education / Re: Eminent Nigerians To Raise N25bn For Clark’s Foundation Today by belicov(m): 5:48pm On Oct 21, 2013
extremelygolden: Then what about the educational and health sectors?

Please let fresh air blow towards their side too.
den y cnt d̶̲̥̅̊ε̲̣̣̣̥γ̲̣̣̥ also com togeda nd raise fundz 4 our education sector
Education / Re: ASUU Strike: FG Agrees On N200b In 2014 Budget On Universities by belicov(m): 10:26pm On Oct 17, 2013
Lollypee: Towards ending the ongoing ASUU strike, the Federal Government has committed to spending N200 billion in the 2014 budget on the universities as well as on each of the next three-four years until the universities are brought to world-class standard. This is in addition to the N100 billion dedicated and already made available for 2013.

The government has also increased to N40 billion as a first installment, funds for the payment of earned allowances to the striking lecturers, an improvement from the N30 billion previously released.

This information is contained in an internal Federal University of Otuoke statement by Professor Bolaji Aluko, its Vice-Chancellor, seen on Wednesday night by SaharaReporters.

On the earned allowances, he explained, “Government will top it up with further releases once universities are through with the disbursement of this new figure of N40 million, so Vice-Chancellors are urged to expedite this disbursement within the shortest possible time using guiding templates that have been sent by the CVC,” the circular said.

Professor Aluko said the development followed meetings on September 19 and Oct 11 of representatives of the Association of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities, led by CVC Chairman, Prof. Hamisu of ATBU and ASUU Representatives led by its President, Dr. N. Fagge with the Vice-President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Arc. Namadi. Sambo, Minister of Education Barr. N. Wike and others.

Of great interest to stakeholders, Vice-President Sambo, appealing to ASUU to call off the strike, apologized for the "take-it-or-leave-it" comments credited to the Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala at the onset of the strike. The Minister did not seem to have been involved in either meeting, perhaps as the government’s way of soothing the feelings of the university teachers.

Other points of agreement at the meetings include the following:

Project Prioritization: Universities will now be allowed to determine their priorities and not be “rail-roaded” into implementing a pre-determined set of projects with respect to the NEEDS assessment. Decisions are not to be centralized.
TETFund Intervention: Government assured that the operations of the TETFund will not be impaired, and that the regular TETFund intervention disbursement to Universities will continue, unaffected. So the NEEDS assessment capital outlays are in addition to regular TETFund intervention.
Project Monitoring: A new Implementation Monitoring Committee (IMC) for the NEEDS Assessment intervention for universities has been set up to take over from the Suswan Committee. The new one is under the Federal Ministry of Education and chaired by the Honorable Minister of Education. In addition, to build confidence and ensure faithful implementation and prevent any relapse as before, the Vice President will meet quarterly with the IMC to monitor progress.
Blueprint: ASUU was mandated to submit a blue print for revitalizing the Universities to the Vice President.
Prof. Aluko further stated that a signed document will soon be issued to itemize the full issues on which the consensus he had outlined here, as brokered by AVCNU, was reached.








http://saharareporters.com/news-page/ASUU-strike-government-blinks-agrees-spend-n200b-each-four-years-bring-nigerian-universiti
buh y is †ђξ news comin dis late aff heard it nd posted about it in †ђξ education room

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