| Politics / Re: Bashir Ahmad Reacts To Buhari's "Nigerian Youths Are Lazy" Comment by urchman101(m): 10:28pm On Apr 19, 2018 |
How will PDP not rush in defence of the fact that Nigerians youths are unproductive when they know that accepting the fact is accepting their 16 years of mismanagement and unprecedented looting in the history of this country.
How will PDP not rush to deny the fact when they know that at the end of the analysis, they will be fond culpable in the docility that plague the youth of this country owing to their fraudulent past.
How wouldn't PDP argue that nigerians youths are not lazy and uneducated knowing fully well that the same youths will be classified if not stigmatised if the youths got to know that what they have been denied of opportunities and benefits as a right.
PDP can only deceive some people but they cannot deceive the majority of the youths who have lived above the politics of emotions and sentiments, the reason why their ignoble activities was cut short and thrown out of power during the last general elections.
It's unfortunate that the same deluded youths whose emotions and sentiments had the better part of, are yet to realise what they were denied of 16 year of bumper harvest, enough to set this country on the path of Technologically advanced nation. Such that the same youth have organised themselves into amplifiers and magnifiers of distorted and contrived information targeted at discrediting the good and people's oriented policies of the present administration of Buhari.
It's on this note I urge the spirited good youths of this country to be immune of PDP and her agents of the contrived manipulations to woo the rest of us into believing that the present administration is not doing enough. We should accept our deficiency and seek to spore above the challenges
Now tell me who is deceiving who when the fact there and PMB is try with his interventionist measures in the form of blocking the importation of rice and other cosmetic goods to allow for food sufficiency and youth productivity, home grown food for school feeding, provisions of loans from Bank of Industry in Nigeria, etc yet many of us are always on the Internet looking for white-collar jobs.
PDP cannot and will never tell us the Truth: So let's face the Reality wake up from our slumber. China does not rise on white-collar but on productivity.
It's not about PDP nor APC. It's purely about the Nigerian Youths.
| Education / Re: I Was Given Mathematical Science At FUTA- Please Is It A Good Course by urchman101(m): 8:02pm On Jan 30, 2018 |
Yea thanks for the inspiration
You are welcome
| Religion / Re: Holy Communion Leftover: Should It Be Disposed Or Shared? by urchman101(m): 5:33pm On Jan 28, 2018 |
Hello fellow nairalanders, so after church service today we had holy communion and they were some leftovers. Please I would like to know if it's right to dispose the leftovers or share the rest among ourselves.
Over to the pastor's in the house.
Firstly, it is important for you to understand that Holy Communion can't be equated with the feeding of the multitude.
In the Anglican church, once the Holy Communion i.e. the bread and wine has been consecrated, it has to be consumed.
So at times you might find the priest giving you more than one piece of bread because he has sensed that their might be remnants, same goes to the wine which is now poured into very small cups as against the default single big cup.
If after the issuing the Holy Communion and it still remains, the priest can share it amongst themselves, the congregation again (mainly does sitting in front), the church workers, or amongst the choir members just as someone had stated here.
| Education / Re: I Was Given Mathematical Science At FUTA- Please Is It A Good Course by urchman101(m): 8:11pm On Jan 27, 2018 |
I enrolled to study computer science in Federal university of technology Akure (FUTA) but was later given Mathematical Science to study guys please advise me is the course nice and what is the Labour Market saying about it
It all depends on what you make out of it. I understand that mathematics is an integral part of computational science and engineering. Computational approaches are now applied in science and engineering. So, if you pay close attention to your studies and develop relevant computer programming skills, then I believe you will have no reason to regret. It all depends on you.
| Romance / Re: Would You Still Marry Your Lover If You Discovered That They Can't Have Children by urchman101(m): 11:02am On Jul 08, 2017 |
I think people who say this deceive themselves, there is a joy you have realizing you have your own flesh and blood, a child you can truly call your own.
The one you want to adopt, no be person born am? If everybody is Okay with inability to give birth, where will you see the one you will adopt. Abegiii leave matter
Well, you are right in your own sense. I think we should also understand that most, if not all barren women never chose to be barren. This is something that can happen to anybody, even if we don't pray for it. Yeah, I understand that there is a level of joy that comes with having your own flesh and blood, a child you can truly call your own. It's doesn't mean that the barren should be left out neither should adoption option be ruled out also.
| Foreign Affairs / Re: US Navy Seals, The Special Force Having The Most Brutal And Deadly Training. by urchman101(m): 11:29am On Nov 27, 2016 |
| Science/Technology / Re: Attend The Ninnov A (ecosystem Development) Meetup In Port Harcourt... by urchman101(m): 3:49pm On Sep 13, 2016 |
What is about and what are the charges?
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 10:27pm On Aug 28, 2016 |
Anyone here who applied for University of Bayreuth?
Did my Skype video call interview 2 Fridays ago..not heard from them till now about my admission status.
hope the interview won't affect my chances?
hopefully I'll hear from them soon.
Maybe this week. .
still want to know full details about the sponsorship process also..
whether the sponsor is married or still single in Germany.
Please PM me.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 12:51pm On Jul 22, 2016 |
bros... God bless you, kindly share it here so that others can as well learn one or two things from what u want to tell him.
Please did you apply to University of Bayreuth too?
| Dating And Meet-up Zone / Re: Twitter Hangout: Increase Your Followers! by urchman101(m): 8:45pm On Jul 21, 2016 |
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| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 8:42pm On Jul 21, 2016 |
OK. Kindly check your mail, I have sent you a PM. Were you interviewed?
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 5:12pm On Jul 21, 2016 |
@Angela, pls when did u do the the transaction and which bank. Also the debit notification came after how many days of filling the form A? Nd documents used? Cus it seems Fidelity is wasting time. Wanna try other bank.
@morayour, Still Uni. of Bayreuth?
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 2:51pm On Jul 15, 2016 |
Please I also got admission at the University of Bayreuth. Let's rub mind together.
Boss, I have sent you a PM
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 8:44am On Jul 15, 2016 |
Do the latter to be on the safer side. It shouldn't cost you more than 1k
hmm! Don't wanna scare you but Bayreuth is not one of the better parts of Bavaria, however, a good school though.
Please can you throw more light on this? I mean Bayreuth.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 7:30pm On Jul 14, 2016 |
April, ok will check
OK. I have applied to the university, still waiting for their response.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 7:08pm On Jul 14, 2016 |
it's M. A francophone studies
OK, when did you apply? I have sent you a P.M.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 6:18pm On Jul 14, 2016 |
university of bayreuth.
Please which course and is it MSc or BSc?
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 6:44am On Jul 10, 2016 |
Dear prospective students,
I believe in hope, I believe in opportunity and I am optimistic! No place on earth is rosie, but with the way things are going in our belove nija, I won't blame a banker who resigns and chooses to pursue a degree and career abroad. But I won't advise anyone to sell landed propert or take loans to come here cos that's gonna make u desperate and put more pressure on u.
Life is more than a pay check! Sometimes we also desire to be in a society and be respected as humans regardless of ur family name and background.
As a student, do not allow ur family back home put pressure of sending money to them on u and also do not paint any picture of having a goldmine in Germany. Cut ur coat according to ur material, do not be in a hurry take out time to search for cheap accommodation. Do not run down ur block account before implementing plan B. As soon as u settle, look for a mini job of atleast 450 euro basis. life in Germany is all about proper planning. 3 years ago during my BSc program, I had a class mate who was working and and he spent all his savings on flight ticket just to visit Nija. I told him that he was out of his mind. And here are my reasons. U are running to Nija to spend ur summer holidays when other students are staying back to pick up full time jobs to enable them save and work less during school session. He succeeded in visiting Nija, came back broke and was working hard during school session and in the cold winter to meet up. That's ridiculous! As a student, u should plan. There is time for everything, I rather stay back during summer, work full time job save some money that I can fall back on during school sessions. If u work and save during summer, u can conveniently work a mini job during school session and ur studies won't lack.
And my last advice...there are 2 kinds of foreigners in Germany. Those that wanna pursue a career here after studies, and those that wanna return back to Nija to pursue a career after studies. Clearly define the part u belong and chase ur dream.
Good luck my people and God bless all ur efforts!
Boss I hail oh.
Please what can you say about Bayreuth
| Education / Re: Sorry State Of FUTO Lecture Halls by urchman101(m): 1:01pm On Jul 04, 2016 |
This is just the few bad spots in futo, we have wonderful edifice spring up around the school premise so be objective in criticism. In a nutshell we have solid infrastructure.
From a futoite.
I wonder how some people reason. If you had read the post properly, you won't be saying this.
How many go lecture halls in FUTO are in good condition? The good ones are all locked up.
That 750 capacity has been like that since 2008.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 9:29pm On Jul 02, 2016 |
Please who is in Bayreuth? Or Who knows about the city? Kindly tell us about it.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 5:37pm On Jul 02, 2016 |
Please, who can discuss about Bayreuth?
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 5:56pm On Jun 20, 2016 |
Please where did u do it?
When did u apply?
How long did it take to get?
About a week
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 3:40pm On Jun 20, 2016 |
please do any one on this platform know how much it cost to get an international passport. And what is the benefit attached to obtaining passport in Lagos and any other states in Nigeria. thanks for your time, support and contribution.
Mine was 36k for 64 pages.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 9:16am On Jun 20, 2016 |
please forgive me, I am new to this platform but I need information. Do I need to book an appointment with the embassy to open a block account? or I go there without booking an appointment. And if am to book an appointment, what is the procedure, requirement and how do I go about it. Your advice and guide will mean a lot to me.Thanks
Yes, you have to book an appointment with the embassy to open a blocked account using the link provided above. Also, you have to download the form for the blocked account. Check the embassy website for these links and documents required.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 11:52pm On Jun 19, 2016 |
yeah boss. you too?
Yes oh. Any reply yet? I have sent a PM to you.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 11:43pm On Jun 19, 2016 |
nevilbolt and pompody have spoken well. I think both of em r tryna give us what is obtainable over there. personally, I believe our "why" should be the motivating force. why? why would I want to leave my 90k/300k paying job for germo? why would I want to sell my house for a dream? why would I want to sell my danfo that's earning me sth aidY? why would I want to switch my comfort zone in Nigeria where I know a lot ta people aidy for germo where I know nobody except God? it's a personal and thought provoking question which u have to be honest with yourself.
once you know your why is worth all your landed properties even with any inheritance(in case u have one) or borrowed money ,then why not? I am a dreamer. I love dreams and I aggressively pursue them streetly (in olamides voice). if your dream is to pursue an MSc probly following that up with a PhD, why start thinking about "if things nor work nko or if I nor see job". shuu! nawa you oooh. it's your dream man. chase it. I heard u need the language to increase your chances of getting a Job after studies, man what r u doing now? reading this epistle? start now(with a street mindset). if u r IT related, be proficient in at least a programming language. Get yourself pimped soteh u go become hard to refuse for any potential employer. From my little experience, it's about what u can do not what u have studied in school. forget naija graduate mentality, get acquainted with the reality. love-vendor yourself with the necessary skill and wait on God to do the best. On the renewal issh, I think the ancestors should tell us how they go about theirs. you guys keep saying students job o, e no easy,e nor shegba, pepese kan, e no shey kinikankinikan (mean no disrespect Biko, edakun) and u r still there u never come back house. tell us how u do am. I know of scholarship for outstanding students after the first year e.g. Heidelberg Msc scientific computing dey give 800yuros (nor mind the spelling ) for top 25% students. who tell us say we nor fit tip the class? additionally, u can apply for other available scholarship. haba!shey we nor fit find sponsors for the second year ni sef? nawa oo. I believe there must be a way out aside depending on people home for second year funding(well nah the ancestors sabi pass).
my point is, let your reason for going germo be string so that when the challenges cone, you will be strong and conquer.
Did you apply for MSc Scientific Computing at University of Heidelberg?
| Educational Services / Re: What Steps Am I To Take After Given An Admission In A University In Germany? by urchman101(m): 2:27pm On Jun 19, 2016 |
| Educational Services / Re: What Steps Am I To Take After Given An Admission In A University In Germany? by urchman101(m): 2:24pm On Jun 19, 2016 |
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 7:30am On Jun 19, 2016 |
Thanks for this info I will keep gathering info on how to go about it. Thanks
Am a FUTA student ..
Yeah. I think there should be a unit in charge of exchange stuffs like this in schools. Just research well and start early enough.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 7:27am On Jun 19, 2016 |
did the guy use blocked account ways tho?.. or another kind of visa.. well it's not impossible tho, he should get to work.
Please, I don't know.
| Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by urchman101(m): 9:10pm On Jun 18, 2016 |
lol, i shock oh.. the Chinco VO for lagos branch, go jst dey look am like this ,
Well, I don't think it's impossible. I know a guy that did his six (6) months I.T in Germany back then in FUTO. But, the truth is I don't know how he got the space. Thanks.