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Politics / Re: Oldest And Youngest Serving Governors by Bscholarly: 2:41am On Sep 12
If you want to know the youngest governors in Nigeria currently, i recommend you follow the link below to see my list of the youngest governors in Nigeria and their age:

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Education / UNN To Release 2020/2021 Post UTME In 48 Hours From Now by Bscholarly: 12:39pm On Aug 05
Based the information just reaching me from the admissions office; plans are being put in place for the official announcement/release of 2020/2021 UNN POST-UTME/DE admission forms, and the general cut-off mark.

All details regarding this will be pasted on the official website of the University of Nigeria, soonest. The portal for online registration has just been activated. However, If you are an aspirant, please do not rush to portal to register yet.

Kindly get below documents ready and wait for UNN to ask you to start your registration. DO NOT BE FASTER THAN YOUR SHADOW at this point in time.

The Official Info and instruction on how to go about this online registration will be on UNN website before the next 48 hours.

For more information on how to apply for UNN post UTME form and pass excellently, kindly check here
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Health / COVID-19: No State Reported New Case In 24 Hours – NCDC by Bscholarly: 6:33am On Jul 19
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has claimed no state reported a new COVID-19 case within the last 24 hours.

NCDC, however, announced 653 outstanding cases which pushed the total number of confirmed cases to 36,107.

In an update on its official website, the agency put the death rate at 778, active cases at 20,391, discharged cases at 14,938 and samples already tested at 209,446.

It read: “On the 18th July 2020, 653 new confirmed cases and 6 deaths were recorded in Nigeria. No new state has reported a case in the last 24 hours.

“Till date, 36107 cases have been confirmed, 14938 cases have been discharged and 778 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.”

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Career / Re: Why Do Lawyers Always Wear Wig Caps by Bscholarly: 7:10pm On Jul 18
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Career / See Why Lawyers Pu by Bscholarly: 8:32am On Jul 18
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Career / Dear Young Lawyers, Your Messiah Is Not An NBA President by Bscholarly: 7:55am On Jul 18
By Okechukwu Okoye Esq

This post is not intended to counteract the worthy campaign of young lawyers clamouring for a better welfare in Practice. However, I submit that it will be delusional to think that an NBA President will come who will evenly make better the welfare of all young lawyers in Nigeria. In fact, not all senior lawyers have good welfares to start with. Many senior lawyers with over a decade of practice are still languishing in penury and lack. It will be monumental error of preposterous proportions to think that because you are a young lawyer anybody owes you anything. Maybe in future, old and retired lawyers will start asking NBA for retirement packages too.

The truth is that no NBA President owe you that duty of improving your welfare whether as a young or old wig. I don’t know of any such responsibility. Besides, legal practice is a private venture and no NBA president has such enormous powers to drift and veer off into taking decisions on what happens in the different Law Firms. And even if any president overzealously muster such powers and try implementing same, the consequence is that you young lawyers will either be laid off from work and you stop earning the little and you’ll still be unable to open your own firm cause you cannot meet up with the financial requirements your former boss who deposed you couldn’t meet up with.

Not long ago I shared on my WhatsApp status how I reached out to two different lawyers called to Bar last year on two different occasions to help me draft a process. Both of them at the time had nothing serious doing, so time constraint wasn’t the issue. But they defiantly refused because they insisted we must agree on price before their pen can be set in motion because of course I didn’t pay for their Law School fees. And it was convenient for them to leave the process with me. Things I couldn’t do when I was without a base.

As much as I don’t begrudge anyone for the way they choose to build their practice neither can anyone dictate for anyone how to, I know as a fact that many Lawyers who have so much to do today and make many financial returns from practice never started off seeing practice from the prism of enormous financial gains. Many were just consumed with passion for their work and gave it their all. Many accepted even to work pro bono for institutions and individuals just to be busy and to satisfy their passion.

For me, I deem it a great honour then for a senior lawyer to ask me to accompany him to court or draft a process, for my name to appear on a process, for my draft to be commended by my senior. I infact on my own, go to Law firms and ask to work without pay just for the experience. I attended proceedings of national importance in different courts in Abuja and will just sit and watch the proceedings. Somehow I know that passion attracts something, when and how I don’t know but eventually. This does not mean I don’t like money, but then it is not Paramount at this time of building a career.

So yesterday I paid a Courtesy visit to the youngest Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Muyiwa Atoyebi Oyetola SAN. A very meek, gentle and self-effacing acheiver. It is possible that many young lawyers don’t even know this great, illustrious and iconic Learned Silk who should be a motivation and model to every young lawyer. I remember when he was conferred with SAN last year and I attended with a senior Officer even though I don’t know him personally then. The speculations that percolated the space was that he is super connected and that’s why he got the silk. Some said his mother is a retired or sitting Justice of the Court of Appeal. Some said his father is a politician and many others held different opinions and were stating same with impunity. But what is the truth about this young acheiver who took the dazzling silk at 34 years of age and just 11 years of practice?

Oyetola Muyiwa Atoyebi was not born into influence and affluence as speculated by people. In fact, his father was a farmer and the mother a tailor. Through dint of diligence and determination he was able to achieve this phenomenal feat. Oyetola could be one Legal Practitioner who has handled over 300 cases for the Police alone Pro bono. He has also rendered services to other institutions in Nigeria on Pro bono basis. It is on record that when he brought forward cases he has handled and got judgement in his favour for his screening for the conferment of SAN, three cars had to convey the records. When others were looking for what will pay instantly, he went for something that will pay eventually and acheived what others could hardly achieve. As for diligence, he recounted how he sometimes slept in his office for weeks while his house is just about 10 minutes drive away from office. He said his job take preeminence over everything.
I then realized that it was neither his father nor mother nor any NBA president that paved way for him to become the SAN he is today. Diligence, Passion and Desire did.

I had a great time with this great man and we actually forgot to discuss NBA elections. Yes, because it is not part of what made him or what will make me and you as young lawyers.

As you prepare to vote whoever you will be voting for in the coming election, always know as you know your name that your fate in this noble profession is in your hands and not the duty of any NBA President.

And to Dear Senior Lawyers, as much as it is within your capacity, treat junior lawyers right. This too is in the interest of Justice.

Source - https://thenigerialawyer.com/dear-young-lawyers-your-messiah-is-not-an-nba-president/ https://bscholarly.com/richest-lawyers-nigeria/
Education / FG Confirms New Date For WA by Bscholarly: 7:46am On Jul 18
The federal government has confirmed that it held a meeting with officials of the West African Examination Council (WAEC) on Monday.

The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, revealed this while speaking during a press briefing in Abuja on Friday.

According to Nwajiuba, there will be further consultations with four other countries, before new examination dates are announced.

“We met with WAEC on Monday and have agreed to further consult with four other countries on a new examination date.

“We appreciate the concern shown by all stakeholders and note the divergent views expressed on the matter.

“Parents should be rest assured that the safety of our students and teachers is paramount as we work
Education / Ministry Of Education Gives Update On The Reopening Of Schools In Nigeria by Bscholarly: 7:25am On Jul 18
The Ministry of Education has provided an update on the reopening of schools in the country.

Ben Bem Goong, the Director of Press, Federal Ministry of Education, in a statement on Friday said the Nigerian government has given school owners in the country up to 29th July 2020 to meet the guidelines towards the reopening of schools in the country.

Goong also confirmed that the Ministry of Education has met with its Health counterpart and Nigerian Centre for Disease Control,(NCDC), the Education in Emergencies Working Group, and had developed and circulated guidelines for the safe reopening of schools.

The statement said that schools are to undertake self-assessment and send feedback to State Ministries of Education, on July 29 2020, unfailingly.

“Thereafter, consultations with relevant stakeholders will be held on 30th July 2020, to review the situation and decide on a specific date for reopening of schools or otherwise,” it added.

“We have consulted widely with stakeholders in the education sector, including Commissioners of Education in all the states of the federation, the Association of Private School Owners of Nigeria,(APSON), National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools,(NAPPS), Provosts of Colleges of Education, Rectors of Polytechnics, Vice-Chancellors of Universities, State Governors, and development partners on the issue of safe reopening of schools.”

The Federal Government had last week released

Family / Type Of Marriage That Are Recognized In Nigeria by Bscholarly: 9:43am On Jul 16
50 percent of the Nigerian Population are married, and the rate of Marriage keeps increasing year after year. This is because Marriage is a thing desirous by most people. It is important to note that Marriage goes beyond the union of a man and a woman, but requires the Knowledge of how to contract into a valid union and the understanding of the type of marriage you want to indulge in. This Article examines the types of Marriage in Nigeria and the requirements for such Marriage to be Valid according to the Nigerian legal system.

Click the link below to read full article on the types of marriage in Nigeria: https://thenigerialawyer.com/types-of-marriage-in-nigeria/
Politics / Re: See The Major Types Of Judicial Evidence In Nigeria by Bscholarly: 10:18am On Jul 15
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Politics / Re: See The Major Types Of Judicial Evidence In Nigeria by Bscholarly: 6:22pm On Jul 14
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Education / Re: Correction Of Date Of Birth On Waec Certificate. Help!!! by Bscholarly: 5:04am On Jul 04
If you really want to change your name or date of birth in WAEC certificate, kindly check here: https://bscholarly.com/change-name-date-birth-waec-result/

The above article contains everything you need to know about waec correction of names and change of date of birth currently. Trust me; you will not regret it.
Education / UNIBEN 2020/2021 Departmental Cutoff Mark: Latest Update by Bscholarly: 5:47am On Jul 01
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Education / AAU Departmental Cutoff Marks For 2020/2021: Latest Update by Bscholarly: 3:23am On Jul 01
The prestigious Ambrose Alli University (AAU) has not yet released her 2020/2021 departmental cutoff marks. Nevertheless, I believe the cutoff mark will be out before the end of August 2020 if the current pandemic does not continue till that time.

So, if you want me to inform you whenever the cutoff mark is officially released, kindly click the link below for more information

Civil Engineering - 45
Elect/Elect Engineering - 45
Mechanical Engineering - 45
Industrial and Production Engineering - 40

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Architecture - 40
Building - 40
Fine and Applied Art - 40
Geo. Environmental Management - 40

LAW - 70

MANAGEMENT SCIENCES
Accounting - 55
Banking and Finance - 40
Business Administration - 55
Public Administration - 40

LIFE SCIENCES:

Biochemistry - 40
Botany - 40
Microbiology - 50
Zoology - 40

PHYSICAL SCIENCES

Mathematics - 40
Indu. Mathematics - 40
Statistics - 40
Physics - 40
Geophysics - 40
Chemistry - 40
Industrial Chemistry - 40
Computer Science - 50

SOCIAL SCIENCES:

Economics - 40
Political Sciences - 45
Sociology - 45
Psychology - 40
Education / How To by Bscholarly: 8:02pm On Jun 30
Post UTME Examination is one of the most examinations every candidate who wishes to gain admission into top universities in Nigeria must pass. It is a strenuo
Education / UNN Post UTME Update: 2020/2021 UTME Price, Date, Requirements For Apply by Bscholarly: 8:54am On Jun 24
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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Top Paying Law Firms! by Bscholarly: 4:31pm On Jun 11
Based on my experience, Banwo is actually the best and highest paying law firm in Nigeria. You can check more information here - https://bscholarly.com/highest-paying-law-firms-in-nigeria/
Webmasters / Re: Advice Needed: How Do I Spend 10k On SEO? by Bscholarly: 10:55pm On Jun 09
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Webmasters / Re: Advice Needed: How Do I Spend 10k On SEO? by Bscholarly: 10:50pm On Jun 09
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Webmasters / Advice Needed: How Do I Spend 10k On SEO? by Bscholarly: 10:46pm On Jun 09
Guys please i have 10k current and I want to spend it on off page SEO. Pls I need your advice. My blog is a Legal and education blog
Politics / Full Names Of by Bscholarly: 8:32pm On Jun 07
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Education / Re: Top 10 Ways To Prepare For WAEC Examinations In Nigeria And Pass Successfully by Bscholarly: 10:51am On Jun 05
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Do you want to take WAEC Examinations In Nigeria And Pass Successfully? Since WAEC certificate examination has become a criteria for gaining admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria, virtually all students desire to pass and succeed in their WAEC examinations.

People fail WAEC examinations for many reasons, however, as a serious student looking for the right ways to succeed in your WAEC examinations, you should employ the tips and steps which I have written in this article for you to pass your WAEC examinations.

You may be a brilliant , a hardworking and a resourceful student in school but you may miss some useful tips to pass your WAEC examinations if you ignore this article. I have highlighted on ten tips to succeed in your WAEC exams, all you need to do is to stay pinned to this post.

[Prepare For WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Use the WAEC syllabus

You should take your time to study the WAEC syllabus, note down the topics and start preparing extensively on the examination. As a student who is preparing for the WAEC examination, you can’t leave your list of topic under a subject and start reading the topic which the questions wouldn’t come out from. Get your WAEC syllabus and know the places to read on.

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[Prepare For WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Make Use of The WAEC recommended textbooks

I have heard students say “I don’t like that New General Mathematics textbooks” or “That textbook is boring, I will get another one”. Textbooks recommended for WAEC preparations have been studied and endorsed by professors and educators as a tool which will help students to pass the WAEC examination. Do not abandon a textbook because you find it hard to get yourself acquainted and  assimilated to it.

[Prepare For WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Forget Runs and WAEC Cheats

It has been known that some website, blogs and forums have made publications, posts and adverts on runs, expo or cheats so that you should patronize them. Don’t fall for cheap scams. Your priority now should be on facing your exam squarely and succeed in the examinations. If you fail to prepare and you were caught with a mobile device or a foreign material and you had your paper seized, what would you do?.


WAEC Examinations In Nigeria And Pass Successfully
[WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Have a Reading Timetable

As a student, you should schedule your time in reading for the subjects which you have chosen for your WAEC examinations. Don’t just start reading on any subject, give time and opportunity to read the subjects at your specified point in time.

[WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Start Reading Before The Exam

Don’t wait for the sound of the gun or announcement for you to start reading and making preparations for the exam. Start preparing for it even before registering for the examinations. Remember that early preparations will give you more room and space to make research and ask questions about subjects and problems which you find difficult in your studies.

[WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Get The WAEC Past Questions’

Getting the WAEC past questions gives you the understanding of how WAEC officials and educations set their examinations. At times, questions are being repeated and most times, questions repeated are tweaked and twisted so that it students will not pass cheaply. If you are able to study the examination questions without cramming it, you will be able to understand the setup and solution to the questions even if the questions are changed and twisted.


[WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Identify your Weak Point

If your weak point is in Mathematics, tackle it before the examination approaches near. You may be a brilliant student or an average student, but it is possible that you may not have an excellent knowledge in all subjects. Identify those subjects which you are weak, give room and time to tackle them and solve them

[WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Increase Your Reading and Learning Speed

If you are solving problem on Mathematics or if you are studying the past questions. Make sure that you time yourself and increase the speed at which you study the exam questions. If you will solve 9 mathematics questions in 90 minutes, see to it that you improve on the time and speed at which you solve them, if possible, you can solve it in an hour.

[WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Eliminate All Forms of Fear

Fear is the cause of failure. Fear brings examination fever and it erases any form of conviction of you succeeding in the examination. The cause of fear is late preparation and a low self esteem and confidence in your ability. Erase fear and believe that you will excel in your WAEC examinations.

[WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Have your Exam Timetable

You don’t need to be told to get your examination timetable when it is out. The WAEC examination timetable tells you the period of the exam and its duration. Failure to get the timetable can spell doom for you as you may be absent at the very moment you have an examination.

[Prepare For WAEC Examinations In Nigeria]Other Tips You Should Know

You can form a study group for your WAEC examination but not when the examination is close. Forming a study group is not bad but it becomes bad when the examination is close and that brings in pressure and can cause distraction.

Pray to God and believe in him

Be at the exam center at least 30 or 1 hour before the exam commences.

Have your materials with you, don’t decide to borrow from anybody in the examination hall.

In conclusion,  for all those preparing for WAEC Examinations in Nigeria, I wish you success. Having read this article, I know that it will help you in making preparations for the examinations. If you have not written or taken a WAEC examination before, this article will help you in making plans and preparations as you make efforts to come out with flying colors in the examinations. And if you have written the exam before and you are having a resit of the examination, you will pass this successfully without any problems and glitches.

I wish you success in your educational pursuit and endeavors.


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Education / Re: Top 10 Ways To Prepare For WAEC Examinations In Nigeria And Pass Successfully by Bscholarly: 10:51am On Jun 05
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Business / Covid 19: How To Save More Money And Spend Less During Lockdown by Bscholarly: 8:44am On May 27
In times of economic downturn, unemployment and financial crisis like this, it is pertinent to know those simple tricks that can actually help you to save more and spend less. In Nigeria currently, everyone it trying to adapt to this new system of staying at home so as to stop the spread of this deadly virus called Covid 19. But the truth is that, Nigerians cannot continue this way for long without their essential needs.

That notwithstanding, i have been able to come up with 5 tentative tips that can enable you to spend less and save more money in this lockdown. Trust me; you will enjoy this one. This is actually to educate educate us all on how we can manage the little we during this lockdown. So, what are tips to save more money and spend less in this lockdown?

1. Kill the urge to splurge

If you really want to save more money in hard times like this, the first thing you have to do is to kill the urge to splurge in you. In other words, you must stop spending extravagantly.
A wise man once said that; to become rich, you don't only have to be concerned about how much you earn, but also how much spend. This is one of the most difficult things for some people but you really have to start doing if you want to save more money in this lockdown.
Conversely, in trying to spend less, i recommend you to always make a list of the things you will need everyday before starting your daily activities. Anything you did not budget for does not deserve to the spent on. I practice this a lot of time and it has been helpful to me. Trust me; it will work for you if you try.

2. Cansel all unnecessary payments

Another tip that will help you to save more money in this lockdown period is to cansel all your unnecessary payments. Decide your priorities and go for them. If you used to pay a food seller N500 just to send you food everyday, then you should consider cooking for yourself now. Trust me; this will be difficult but it help you to save a lot.

The truth is that, nobody knows when things are going to get normal again. Even if this whole lockdown stops, things might not be the way they used to be again. So, you must prepare for the worst. Save as much as you can this period.
If there is anything you don't really need, don't pay for it. Focus on those things that will really fetch you little money not those that will take money from you.

3. Swap to cheaper alternatives

If you have noticed, the price of everything in the country is gradually raising now. In fact, a Dollar is no longer N365 when converted to Naira because the country is apparently heading to recession. One of the tentative tips to save in times like this is to swap to cheaper alternatives. In other words, go for the things that are less expensive.

By doing this, you will save more than you can imagine. Take for instance, while the cost of Indomi noodles is now about ₦ 1,800 – ₦ 2,400 (per carton) depending on the size, you can decide to go for Tummy Tummy Instant Noodles that is far more cheaper.

Forget about whether you really like the noodles or not. As long as it will enable to save more money, especially now that you do not know when this whole pandemic will end, do it. It will help you a lot.

4. Consider starting an online business

For those that doesn't know anything about the internet or believe that it is possible to make make money working from home, this might sound absurd to you. But the truth is that; it is actually possible to make money working from your home. If you doubt me, then you should ask Oluwaseun Osewa.

There are many things that can fetch you money on the internet. For example, you can start a blog, affiliate marketing etc. These things may not be giving you up to 50k - 100k every month as a beginner, but the little you can get from it now can keep you while this pandemic last.
By starting an online business, i do not mean that you should join the GiftedWorld or pay 1k to get 10k gang. I am not also postulating that they are all fraudsters anyway.

5. Don't waste food

If you still consume food any how or throw away food in this lockdown, then you are wicked. The reason is because, many Nigerians are currently crying because of hunger. Frankly speaking, this is not the time to waste food. It is bad even in a normal situation because it is against good conscience.

The last time i personally allowed my food to get spoit in the lockdown, It was hell for me because I knew how much I would have saved if I had taken my time to preserve the food.
Believe it or not, this is one of the most tentative ways of saving money in this lockdown. If you learn how to manage your food, eat when you are supposed and give out when you are supposed, you will see that you even save more money than you ever thought.

Wrapping up:

Now that you know the 5 tentative tips to save money and spend less in this lockdown, I enjoin you to inculcate them into your daily activities from today. Make sure that, in everything that has to do with money during this time, you always consider the tips above. I mean, let them ring in your head at every moment. Trust me; if you follow this for
Politics / Corruption In Nigeria: Causes, Effects And Solutions by Bscholarly: 7:14pm On May 15
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Education / Examination Malpractice In Nigeria: Causes, Effects And Solutions by Bscholarly: 6:48pm On May 15
Corruption is one of the biggest problems facing Nigeria and other countries in Africa today. It is like a cankerwarm that has eaten deed into every sector of the country. Some political scientists even su

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