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Politics / Re: Yakubu Gowon Celebrates His 83rd Birthday Today by jocelyncherish: 7:55am On Oct 19, 2017
Happy birthday baba Gowon and happy bday to me
Politics / Tension In Jos:curfew Imposed by jocelyncherish: 8:19pm On Sep 14, 2017


Following the unfortunate reaction and spread of rumours within the Jos Metropolis in response to the agitation by Independent People of Biafra in South Eastern Nigeria, the Executive Governor of Plateau State, Rt. Hon. Simon Bako Lalong has directed an immediate imposition of curfew from dusk to dawn (6pm – 6am) within the Greater Jos - Bukuru Metropolis, until further notice; This is to forestall any break down of law and order. The Executive Governor has directed the immediate deployment of security personnel to all flash points within the Jos Metropolis to ensure compliance with the curfew and to avert any further breach of the peace.

Samuel, Emmanuel Nanle
Director, Press & Publi!c Affairs
16th September, 2017
Politics / Re: El Rufai Assures All Kaduna Residents Of Their Safety. Condemns Hate Speech. by jocelyncherish: 6:54pm On Sep 14, 2017
I see when Jos is already under tension following a reprisal attack over a reported killing of a man in the east.His kith upon learning of his death mobilised and within minutes there was commotion.Thank God for the security men who responded promptly and are now patrolling.
NYSC / Re: Latest Official Information For NYSC 2017 BATCH A Stream 2 Pcms by jocelyncherish: 8:48pm On Jul 17, 2017
Camp will commence 24th.Next week Monday
Education / Re: Nigerian Universities With The Highest Number Of Professors - NUC by jocelyncherish: 10:17am On Apr 14, 2017
Based on logistics.. Uj all d way
Romance / Re: In Love With Two Girls But Wants One. Advice Needed. by jocelyncherish: 8:58am On Mar 31, 2017
Crime / A Youth Corper Murdered In Jos, Plateau State by jocelyncherish: 3:07pm On Mar 20, 2017
A youth corps member identified as Solomon Edward Daloba, serving in Jos, Plateau State, has been killed. According to sources, he was murdered by some unknown persons and his body dumped at a refuse site. The deceased was a Computer Science graduate of Bingham University in Abuja.

Religion / Re: Watch Your Tongue, DSS Warns Apostle Suleman by jocelyncherish: 8:17am On Feb 01, 2017
this is unnecessary, just catch the fool and detain him for two weeks and you will see result
you dare refer to a man of God as a fool?I don't only pity u but your entire generation because you've placed a curse on yourself.

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Celebrities / Re: Tekno's Fans Come For The Headies As Tekno Not Cool With His Nomination by jocelyncherish: 11:07pm On Jan 23, 2017
No be lie..his life will be wasted for little change.Imagine this scammer convinced me despite the fact that I doubted him,that he's genuine. After transferring 1500 mtn card to him.The fool stopped picking my calls and even uptil now.He went as far as blocking me WhatsApp.I pity him wherever he is,because he will surely pay darely .What he will loose will be notin compare to a mere 1500.Pls shine your eyes..I am sharing this,so people will not fall victims to these miscreants.
Celebrities / Re: Tekno's Fans Come For The Headies As Tekno Not Cool With His Nomination by jocelyncherish: 11:06pm On Jan 23, 2017
No be lie..his life will be wasted for little change.Imagine this scammer convinced me despite the fact that I doubted him,that he's genuine. After transferring 1500 mtn card to him.The fool stopped picking my calls and even uptil now.He went as far as blocking me WhatsApp.I pity him wherever he is,because he will surely pay darely .What he will loose will be notin compare to a mere 1500.Pls shine your eyes..I am sharing this,so people will not fall victims to this miscreants.
Celebrities / Re: Tekno's Fans Come For The Headies As Tekno Not Cool With His Nomination by jocelyncherish: 11:04pm On Jan 23, 2017

Thief. You will die before your time, if you don't repent.
No be lie..his life will be wasted for little change.Imagine this scammer convinced me despite the fact that I doubted him,that he's genuine. After transferring 1500 mtn card to him.The fool stopped picking my calls and even uptil now.He went as far as blocking me WhatsApp.I pity him wherever he is,because he will surely pay darely .What he will loose will be notin compare to a mere 1500.Pls shine your eyes..I am sharing this,so people will not fall victims to this miscreants.

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NYSC / Re: NYSC 2016 Batch B Corps Members House by jocelyncherish: 5:52am On Nov 24, 2016

we are here, though there is no functioning WhatsApp group.
It's at kabba
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2016 Batch B Corps Members House by jocelyncherish: 9:06pm On Nov 15, 2016

there is apply for name correction on the portal now,,,login to Ur dashboard,,u will see it
Thanks a lot. I did and it has bin corrected
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2016 Batch B Corps Members House by jocelyncherish: 10:01pm On Oct 30, 2016
My name was wrongly spelt but I still registered.How do I correct it?
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2016 Batch B Corps Members House by jocelyncherish: 10:01pm On Oct 30, 2016
My name was wrongly spelt but I still registered.How do I correct it?
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2016 Batch B Corps Members House by jocelyncherish: 3:32pm On Oct 17, 2016
[quote author=justifiedcoyy post=50278742] congrats..

please.choose yobe and taraba ..please grin[/quot
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2016 Batch B Corps Members House by jocelyncherish: 3:10pm On Oct 17, 2016
Morning guys' any UniJos student on block?
Yes..What's happening to ujay na.I haven't seen my name oh
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2016 Batch B Corps Members House by jocelyncherish: 10:51am On Oct 15, 2016
Greatest Jossites how far na. Has anyone seen his or her name?
I haven't seen my name yet oh..sm of my classmates did but very few and i heard the names have bin removed
Career / Re: Do Investigative Journalism Still Existing In Nigeria? by jocelyncherish: 6:42pm On Jul 10, 2016
@Op,i doubt if u even know the meaning of Investigative journalism,and if u do i wonder why u didn't give a brief definition.Atleast for d sake of your readers,because am sure sm don't even know wat you're trying to say+wat you're saying has notin do with investigative journalism,otherwise known as yellow journalism.So wen next you're writing,try to know aliitle about wat your subject matter right b4 posting anything.

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Science/Technology / Re: Big Balls Of Ice That Fell In Jos by jocelyncherish: 10:18am On May 12, 2016
More pic from yesterday's rain in Jos

Science/Technology / Re: Big Balls Of Ice That Fell In Jos by jocelyncherish: 10:13am On May 12, 2016
still in jos yesterday

Science/Technology / Re: Big Balls Of Ice That Fell In Jos by jocelyncherish: 9:52am On May 12, 2016
LIES!!! This one na ice blocks from cold room or deep freezers. Period! Una for show us the real rain fall where Ice block dey fall embarassed
For this kain whether wey dey hot like this for this obodo Nigeria...

Crime / 60 Year Old Man Caught As He Tried To Steal A Vehicle In Jos (photos) by jocelyncherish: 6:40pm On Mar 02, 2016
A car theft was reported at the Jos University Teaching Hospital(JUTH). A 60 year old man name withheld was caught with some group of people whom were identified as his gang tried to move a way with a car packed inside the hospital environment but got caught in the process. According to an eye witness, this was what he narrated.
"I can't just believe an old man in his 60's could come with his gang and use a master key to drive out of JUTH through the popular Gate IV. If not for God, what he planned was to use the James Bond. But unfortunately was blocked as they tried to drive out just by Habitat Guest House, this car would have been a lost vehicle by now. Thank God"
More photos after the cut

Education / Do You Know How To Write A Good CV? Here's How! by jocelyncherish: 8:09am On Dec 27, 2015
To make your job-hunt, internships or Industrial Attachment search a success, it is very important that you learn to write a good CV (Curriculum Vitae) in a way it will truly appeal to local employers. It has been observed that writing a CV in Nigeria is something people put off for as long as possible and when they eventually get to it, they have the impression that so long as important elements such as work experience, educational qualifications and bio-data are in place, a CV is complete. Your CV is an account or narration of yourself. It is YOU talking about YOU in YOUR very own words and in the best way possible. It starts from who you are, to all the places you have been and how you have contributed to those places; your achievements, how you spent your time, and even personal details like your marital status and so on. Bearing this in mind, every detail and information provided must be meticulously considered and articulately presented. Put your most flattering qualities or accomplishments up front and then move gradually to less flattering qualities. In writing your CV, presentation is everything! Your content, layout, template, font type, font size, line spacing, bullets and borders are all crucial in achieving a great looking CV. If someone has 3 years of experience and another has 6 years of experience, and they are both applying for the same job, the ONLY thing that differentiates them is the way they both present their work experiences. Steps To Write A Good CV 1. Profile An objective is simply a goal while a profile is a brief description that summarizes your qualities, vis-a-vis where you are coming from and where you hope to be. It shouldn't be more than two sentences or three short sentences at most. 2. Experience Your experience(s) should indicate the name of the company, your designation/ title, your job description and the duration of service. The address of the company is not compulsory except you are applying for a job outside of your state or country of residence. Your experience(s) should follow a chronological sequence (most recent to least recent). Also stick to the present tense when describing your current job description. 3. Achievements This is a run-down of exceptional accomplishments you have bagged over a period of time. It can include a record breaking GP, an award, a surpassed target, an impeccable record and the likes. Your achievements are supposed to score you extra points with a potential employee but if it does otherwise, remove it! 4. Bio-data Your bio-data which consists of your date of birth, gender and state of origin are not necessarily your most important details. In-fact, it could serve as a disadvantage. Should you apply for a particular vacancy and you are past the age requirement, if your age is the first thing a potential employer sees, you are likely to be disqualified even before your CV is given a proper appraisal. So it’s best to keep those details at the tail end of your CV. Points to bear in mind: 1. Chose bold and legible fonts 2. Use simple and unambiguous words. Leave no room for vagueness. 3. Have a focus and find a way to infuse your interest and specialization into your CV 4. Be accountable. Always account for time spent. Ensure your CV reflects that you are constantly adding value, honing your skills or getting more education. 5. Never include in your CV what you are not a 100% certain will be a plus. 6. Keep your CV to a maximum of three pages except you have had several years of experience. 7. Ensure that you can defend everything that you have written in your CV 8. Lastly, don’t forget to KISS! (Keep It Short and Simple!) WELL, DON'T BE SELFISH! SHARE!
Religion / Ever Wondered Why We Say "Merry Christmas" Instead Of "Happy Christmas"? by jocelyncherish: 3:38pm On Dec 26, 2015
As December 25th approaches, we've found ourselves saying "Merry Christmas " to everyone from our grocery store cashier to our family members. But have you ever stopped to wonder where the phrase "Merry Christmas" comes from? In a world where it's normal to say "Happy Easter" and "Happy Birthday," the "merry" in "Merry Christmas" is unique. The folks at Mental Floss recently pondered the same question and found that the answer goes back to the connotation of the two words. "Happy" is an emotional condition, while "merry" is a behavior. Furthermore, happy, which came from the word "hap," meaning luck or chance implies good-fortune. Meanwhile, "merry" implies a more active showing of happiness—which you might think of as merry-making. While both words have evolved and changed meaning over time (yes—people did once say "Happy Christmas"wink, people stopped using "merry" as its own individual word during the 18th and 19th centuries. It stuck around in common phrases like "the more, the merrier," as well as in things like Christmas carols and stories, largely due to the influence of Charles Dickens. The Victorian Christmas went on to define many of today's holiday customs. Of course, "Happy Christmas" hasn't faded completely—it's still widely used in England. This is believed to be because "happy" took on a higher class connotation than "merry," which was associated with the rowdiness of the lower classes. The royal family adopted "Happy Christmas" as their preferred greeting and others took note. Meanwhile, "Merry Christmas" took on sentimental meaning in the U.S. —even hearing "merry" on its own now makes us think of December 25th. See Mental Floss ' full explanation in the video below: From: Country Living
Romance / For Ladies!! 5 Types Of Men Every Woman Should Avoid by jocelyncherish: 6:44pm On Dec 24, 2015
In all of God’s creation, there is nothing as
uncertain as a relationship. That is why a
woman can be married to her husband for
twenty years and still be shocked by his actions
one day.
The character of your partner can determine
whether marriage will be a prison or a paradise
for you, so choose wisely. Below is a list of 5
types of men that every woman should avoid.
To make this advice fun and easy to remember,
let’s represent the different types of men with
common food items that you can find in any
Ghanaian kitchen.
Mr. Onion:
If your man always makes you cry, my sister,
you are married to an onion! These are the men
who are emotionally abusive. They insult you,
humiliate you and make you feel worthless.
They may never hit you but the words they use
can hurt you more than a thousand blows. They
can convince you that no one wants you because
you are not good enough.
With time, you will even become grateful that he
is with you because he will make you feel that
you do not even deserve him.
Mr. Pepper:
Has raw, ground pepper accidentally ever
touched a part of your body? How did it feel
afterwards? I bet it hurt a lot- agyeeiii! The
‘Pepper’ kind of guys are the ones who are
physically abusive.
It starts with a shove, then a slap and before
you know it, he is battering you even when you
are pregnant. You now become a creative story-
teller- inventing all kinds of fantastic stories to
explain to your work colleagues why your face is
swollen every now and then. This is the type of
man who will surely kill you one day.
Mr. Sugar:
We all know that sugar is sweet but what we
forget is how it can literally make you sick as
you consume a lot of it overtime. In the same
way, there are many guys that are frauds.
These men can lie about anything. He will tell
you he is an international businessman with
houses all over the world when he cannot even
afford three square meals a day. This guy can lie
that he is single although he is married to a wife
with four kids and a baby on the way!
Mr. Bean:
Don’t get it twisted- this is not the funny
comedic Mr. Bean we all know. Have you
prepared beans for waakye or red red before?
You have to pick out stones and insects, soak
the beans for hours and then boil it for more
hours with lots of water. Haba!
In the same way, there are some men that will
take everything from you, your time, money, body
and heart without giving you any commitment
whatsoever. These men can date you for years
and use up all your resources but refuse to even
give you an engagement ring.
Mr. Koobi:
Koobi, that tasty, salted tilapia is so notorious
for producing a strong aromatic odour when it is
used to prepare food. You can be living in your
own small apartment but I dare you to cook with
koobi and see whether the aroma won’t escape
into your neighbour’s room and beyond!
This is the type of guy who doesn’t understand
that marriage is primarily between himself and
his wife. He does not have any qualms chasing
women outside the marriage.
He takes advice from his friends about how to
treat you or he may put his family members
above you. Totally unacceptable.
It is better to take your time and select a
suitable mate than to rush and select a partner
who has some of these negative traits listed. A
toxic relationship is a relationship not worth
having and you deserve better.
Next time you meet a man who reminds you of
any of the characters above, avoid him at all
costs and tell him “Sorry oh, Mr. Onion, I’m not
ready to cry every day!”
Music/Radio / Music Review: To A Poet, This Is What Olamide’s Shakiti Bobo Means by jocelyncherish: 10:04am On Nov 03, 2015
In this article, Poet and writer Tola Bolaji
analyses Olamide’s mega hit song Shakiti
Bobo and gives a whole new meaning to
the song.
It is often believed that Nigerians are
musical illiterates. We care less about the
lyrics of those songs we love so much; we
rather prefer rhythm and melody. No
wonder Project Fame, Nigerian Idol and
Naija Got Talent winners rarely make it big
in the musical world unless they go the
way of the auto-tuned world of Sarz on the
beat, its Young John the wicked producer
or Don Jazzy again.
Don’t forget that rap is rhythm and poetry.
Permit me to refer to Olamide as a Poet.
The Poet opens up with the call to the
‘Wobes’, his cronies. He explains that he
has been a victim of some wrong
accusations on social media that he is a
drug addict with specialty in marijuana
and cocaine. He passionately exclaims
that success in life is nothing but an
insane venture requiring a commitment
that demands daily and nightly exertions.
He further explained that now that he has
found out that the path to success is hard
work, he has chosen never to be a fool
sitting at the backstage of life.
‘Oya Shakiti Bobo’ is a revolutionary call:
‘O awake my brother, fasten your trouser
belts and get ready to work hard.’ To own
a Ferrari, to drive around in a Bentley and
to fly to Paris in your air-bus requires a
mad commitment to do what no other will
be sane enough to do. In the next stanza,
he passionately challenges his accusers
who attribute his successes to internet
fraud (Yahoo Yahoo), he attacks their
envious claims as they persistently refuse
his apparent right to musical leadership, a
product of sweat, tears and blood.
The Poet beautifully describes his lowly
upbringing, highly motivated by his hard
experiences on the street of Lagos and its
attendant temptations to do evil. He
explains that his decision to ignore the
path of evil is borne out of his mother’s
positive influence in his life and his
determination never to disappoint her. She
must have influenced his resolve to make
it against all odds, sacrificing normal
meals for the garri-soaking non-delicacy.
Then he faces his so-called successful
pals, verbally pushing them away; guys
and ladies who have forgotten their
upbringing and the people that contributed
to their successes in life. ‘You dey live a
flashy lifestyle but your mother dey soak
Akamu’ was his ferocious accusation of
his musical buddies with no contribution
to their families, who are still cramped in
the slums living in abject poverty. He begs
them to turn a new leaf and bring home
some cash to soften the blow of poverty
on their parent’s faces.
Then he throws a cheap one, he
concludes that even the so called
graduates cannot measure up to him.
Many will still say his reference was Omo
Gravity but to some it is more of a pun as
it achieves the dual effect. This song
obviously goes beyond the leg jumping to
meet the hand rhythmic dance steps. It
has a message.
Next time take more time to listen to the
message of Nigerian songs. You might just
be lucky to meet – just like a song writer
in Naija said – one in a million. Awake my
Brother… Oya Shakiti Bobo…

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Romance / Ladies, You Should Read This Eye- Opening Article: The ‘new’ Side Chick: by jocelyncherish: 1:47pm On Nov 01, 2015
A side chick is commonly known as a mistress or a woman that’s romantically involved with a man who is in a committed relationship. However after doing some reflecting, I realize that’s not the only type of side chick. I want to discuss “the new side chick”–a woman who decides to stay by a man’s side after he has expressed his lack of relationship intentions with her through his words or actions. So many women have made this mistake at least once in their lifetime, and unfortunately I’ve done the same thing. I like to think of the new side chick as an appetizer. You’re there just to satisfy the immediate appetite of the man, but as soon as that mouth-watering entrée comes out to the table, you will get pushed to the side, literally. Why? Because that entrée is what he really wanted; he went to the restaurant to order steak, not hot wings. You were just a placeholder, fling, temporary commitment, or maybe even just a “good ol time” until what he really wanted was presented to him. I know I sound a bit harsh, but even I had to realize my then-reality for what it was. Simply put: you are not and will never be his Queen. The truth hurts, but it can only make you stronger. I would like to open up about my experience with this one particular guy where I found myself playing the new side chick role. I will refer to him as “Jake”. From the moment Jake and I met, we immediately clicked. I could talk to him about anything. We would laugh and joke on the phone for hours and help each other out. He was so supportive, encouraging, and respectful. We had such a beautiful and strong friendship. I was attracted to his mind, personality, and character. However, it was the magnetic chemistry and connection we had that made me fall for him. He became my best friend. I thought this was it . He could possibly be the ‘one’. We began talking every day, multiple times throughout the day. As time went on and our feelings for each other grew stronger, our actions began to reflect a “more-than-friend-on-the- verge-to-a-relationship” type thing. At this point, I fell for him. I had given my heart to a man who was not mine. I need to pause my story and say this: Queens, we need to learn to stop giving too much too soon. Proverbs 4:23 says “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything flows from it.” It’s impossible to guard your heart when you’re always giving it away. I think it’s beautiful that God created us to be nurturers and emotional. However, we are too quick to give away our time, body, money, and emotions to men who have not EARNED it. A Queen will not have to audition her love to her King. Her King will already recognize her worth, virtues, and beauty. Stop giving away so much of you that you end up with nothing for yourself. Better yet, stop giving away so much that a man has nothing else to work for. At this point you’re an emotional wreck. You go out and try to fill that void of emptiness through other men, food, material things, etc, but always come up short. Queen, only GOD can fill you up after you have depleted yourself. Go to Him, not the world. I am speaking from experience. Though I never gave Jake my body or money, I gave him way too much of my time and emotions even after he expressed to me that he did not want a relationship. Before a woman gets too involved with a man, she should find out what his intentions are and listen carefully to his answer. When I asked Jake what his intentions were with me, he said: “I like you and I see you as someone for the long-term. However, I am young and I know I still have a lot of playing left to do, so I’m not ready for a relationship.” That reason eventually evolved to him saying he doesn’t want a relationship because he’s focused on school and his internship. He wanted to secure his future first. I thought those reasons were valid, and that’s why I still stuck by his side. Plus his actions toward me did not change, so I figured he really wanted to be with me; it was just bad timing. I thought that one day, once he got the “play” out his system and completed his internship, he would be ready. So, I continued to allow myself to get more attached emotionally and mentally. I wish I knew then what I know now: A man who really wants to be with you will find every reason to be with you. A man who does not want to be with you will find every excuse why he can’t be with you. Queen, don’t make the same mistake as me. You can’t change a man nor his intentions with you. Months went by and we continued our usual routine. He ended up completing his internship and securing a job post graduation. I noticed a slight behavioral change toward me and confronted him about it. He ended up telling me that he met somebody new and wanted to explore his options with her now that he had his future secured. And just like that, I was pushed to the side . I was so hurt, frustrated, and disappointed. I remember thinking: “I’ve been building and talking to this guy for 9 months. How dare he pushes me to the side to pursue someone else. I was the one who always held him down, supported, and helped him. Now that he’s “played” and secured his future, he decides to talk to someone else. He wasted my time! How dare him! This is not fair!” Eventually I had to turn the mirror to myself and take responsibility for my actions. I was the one who decided to get attached to a man who verbally expressed to me that he wasn’t ready for a relationship. I was the one who allowed a man to stick around in my life for 9 months with no type of commitment attached. I settled for this type of treatment because I did not see myself worthy of something better. I thought I would never find anyone comparable or better than Jake if I walked away. At that point in my life, he was the best I ever had, and I was afraid to let that go. I am sure many of you are or know someone who is holding on to relationships and ‘situationships’ that God never brought together. As the year is coming to the end, I want to challenge all Queens to step out on faith, trust God, and release that dead weight. For 2015, I challenge you to redefine your worth and standards according to who GOD says you are and to never accept any treatment that demeans you. Get that peasant off your throne and make room for the King that God wants you to build an empire with. Stop giving your body away to someone who’s not even giving you a real commitment. Stop cooking all of these gourmet meals for that man who can’t even take you out on a real date. Cut off the guy that keeps coming in and out of your life because he doesn’t know what he wants. Indecisiveness is a decision . Make the decision for him and let him go . Stop acting like an uber to some of these men who won’t even catch a taxi for you. Just because he sends for you, doesn’t mean you need to come. Pick up your crown and wear it with dignity and class. Some of you right now may be trying to justify in your mind on why you can’t let go and move on. You’ve fell in love with the “what if”, his potential, and what it could be if you stayed. Queen, stop embracing the fantasy and accept your reality . I know it’s easier said than done to cut off someone you have invested in and have feelings for, but that’s where your FAITH comes in. Is your trust in God or the “option” of men you “see” around you? When me and Jake abruptly ended, I went on a “man fast”. I decided to focus on my relationship with Jesus and allow Him to mold me into the woman He called me to be. I decided to not focus on my “still single” status and the lack of man options around me. All of that time and emotion I would’ve given to Jake, I gave to Christ . I learned that the more I put into Christ, the more He puts into me. I took back my crown and regained peace, joy, confidence, purpose, and love. Man’s rejection is God’s protection! Jake was never fit to be My King . I can’t thank God enough for protecting me from a what would’ve been unfulfilling and purposeless relationship. Since then, God has showed me that there are better men than the “Jakes” of this world. He’s introduced me to much better when I least expected it. If He did it for me, have faith that one day He will do it for you. :-) Be blessed.


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