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Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 11:42am On Jun 08, 2022
Still around, All the best to the shortlisted candidates.

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Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 2:29pm On Oct 10, 2020
Congratulations 67RC, GodBless The Regimental Officers.
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes.......65RC-67RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 2:28pm On Oct 10, 2020
Congratulations madawaki01, GodBless The Godfathers
Romance / Re: N5,000 Giveaway For 10 Students by Xslaze3xd(m): 6:27pm On Mar 28, 2020
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Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 1:23pm On Mar 15, 2020
It's been a while guys.
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 1:22pm On Mar 15, 2020
opizu:
Good day all. please the passport section of the application is not successful... it says error and the kb is not upto 100kb. please any suggestion? thanks.
It's not up to the required size, if you are with a system, use paint app to open the pic and resize it.
Business / Re: Football (+/Other Sports) Betting Season 14 by Xslaze3xd(m): 8:08pm On Jan 01, 2020
TheRealBloody:
B91AAEAWSCAWC-5505107 I don't know what to say guys,I am sorry for not posting this game as I was in a haste and I played the game with the mindset that it will enter bush but on logging in to bet9ja I just saw 54,648 naira addition and I was shock shocked .I will like to give out 10k to 20 people 5h each..please you guys should manage it
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Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 6:26pm On Dec 30, 2019
Notsonasty:
Oboy , this thread still dey ....many cadets have been produced from here ...God bless armed forces..meanwhile let's answer the little questions we can before academy calls us back

Welcome back Arty,
Gain Gas And Prosper.
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 6:25pm On Dec 30, 2019
NNAMDIII:
this man, we have a lot to discuss sir, oboy I Don miss you die


Blood!!!


I Miss you Arty, How's ACA?
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 11:34am On Dec 25, 2019
NNAMDIII:
Mehn!! I've missed all my artymen in this forum, 72rc how una dey?



That bastard Tobi and josh!

DM me on Whatsapp asap..... it's been long brother.
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 10:30am On Oct 24, 2019
jaeybee98:
Difficulty is relative, i believe the exam is strictly based on merit. Study the compendium alongside jamb's past questions and you'll be good to go.

Fact!!!
Education / Re: University Of Maiduguri, (UNIMAID) 2016/2017 Aspirants. by Xslaze3xd(m): 8:05am On Sep 08, 2019
DanIduh06:

It's on sales,

Can u help with cost and closing date?.
It should be around 2-3K, I can't really tell and I don't know the closing date.

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Education / Re: University Of Maiduguri, (UNIMAID) 2016/2017 Aspirants. by Xslaze3xd(m): 9:12pm On Sep 07, 2019
DanIduh06:
Pls, any information on Remedial studies; needs it for a younger one.


It's on sales,
They released First batch this week.
Culture / Re: How A Tribe, Kilba, In Adamawa Bury Their Dead (Photos) by Xslaze3xd(m): 12:29am On Aug 19, 2019
chrish:
Op I am bura and this is not the way we bury our dead. Even Marghi don't do that.
I don't know about the rest

Exactly, even Kilba's don't do this again

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Politics / Re: Are Igbo Officers Not Good Enough For Appointment? by Xslaze3xd(m): 9:05pm On Feb 11, 2019
Konquest:

^^^^^
^^^^^
@Xslaze3xd

Good to read your post! smiley
I'm sorry... I didn't see this post before now
I don't know how I missed it.


OK... I get it. I wish you the BEST in your university
studies in UNIMAID. A guy from the Western part of Nigeria
who also lives in Lagos read Accountancy and finished from
UNIMAID recently with a good grade and was featured in Saturday Punch.
So I believe that security-wise Maiduguri is quite OK and all will be fine
with you... till you get into the Armed Forces as you've wished.




My mother's sister and her son [who is my
cousin] were in the Medical Corp of the Nigerian
Army. My aunt retired as a Major and her son
was to be promoted from a Captain to Major
when he passed on around 2005 from a brief
illlness despite the fact that he survived
ECOMOG in Liberia and was on tour in Bakassi
and other fighting/peacekeeping spots.

I love the Armed Forces so much because of the
discipline.


2] About your phone, just make sure you install
free Android phone tracking devices on your
phone so that you can use Google Maps to
trace the location of the missing phone or you
contact the police and the service provider
who can use the IMEI Number to track it.

You can check YouTube for more information on how to
install these devises in case of NEXT TIME.


You can go for Itel A22 [which is a 4GLTE] and costs about N25,000-N26,000.

Read More here:
https://punchng.com/airtel-offers-double-data-on-infinix-tecno-itel-phones/
Sep 11, 2018 - Airtel offers 'Double Data' on Infinix, Tecno, itel phones.




3] For a laptop, you can get to the Website of
"Locate My Laptop.com" for information on how to track
your missing laptop as well and make sure you have
it passworded. I use THESE same tactics and strategies
to protect my mobile devices from theft.

4]
2.) Another prominent example is Sani Abacha, a Kanuri from Borno. He was born in Kano and many people actually think he is from Kano, His son Muhammad Abacha even contested for Governor of Kano state in 2011, they are actually from Borno. That is why whenever I come across a person from Northeast and he tells me he is Hausa, I will tell him to go and ask his parent's his root.
Yes, Ibrahim Shekarau is Bura, Ndume is Gwoza.

Yes, Abacha family comes from Borno. I know of several BORNO families claiming Kano!

All the best!



Maiduguri is quite secured, the Armed forces are doing a good job.

Meanwhile I have been going to INEC's office for two weeks now only to be told my PVC is not available, meanwhile the INEC website is showing that it is ready.
And I want to vote this weekend.

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Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 9:00pm On Jan 30, 2019
NNAMDIII:
you're dull oo
ArtyMan
Politics / Re: Are Igbo Officers Not Good Enough For Appointment? by Xslaze3xd(m): 7:30am On Jan 29, 2019
Konquest:

^^^^^
^^^^^
Great... brilliant! grin

About your lost phone, you may wish to contact
the Nigerian Police "Intelligence Response Team" IRT
under Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Abba Kyari's watch
in Abuja, they can help you track it down if it was STOLEN.

The IRT unit was used to help a Senior Journalist with The
Guardian newspaper to trace his lost phone in Lagos. Many
kidnappers and fraudsters have also been tracked and arrested
using advanced technology by the Nigerian Police.



Thanks Xslaze3xd for confirming authoritatively the former Governor of Kano, Ibrahim Shekarau's
ancestry to Bura at last, and Sen. Ali Ndume's Gwoza links too. This is why I've been using
Nairaland since 2005 because there are REAL people here... regardless of the trolling by
some faceless people.

I read in a 2004 copy of the SUN newspaper that General Murtala Ramat Mohammed's father
is from the Berom ethnic group in Jos South,of Plateau State, and he migrated to Kano when he became
a muslim which was then a taboo among his Berom people. It was in Kano that he got married
and Murtala was born. It was one of Murtala Mohammed's paternal uncles that granted that exclusive
interview indicating that they are from Jos South in Plateau State. I still have that article in my
archives.

The Tanko Yakasai family in Kano too are originally Jukun from Taraba State. A lot of people who
are politically prominent in Kano are not even originally Hausa people from Kano from what we can
deduce now. Though I'm originally of Southern ancestry, my time in the North [Kano] was a blessing as it
further enabled me to appreciate Northerners and Nigerians better.


Xslaze3xd It seems like you are in a military institution? I wish you the BEST in your
defence of the nation!

I'm following you already.


PS: "Links on IRT Unit of the Police"
http://dailypost.ng/2019/01/26/kyari-finally-speaks-disbandment-police-irt/
https://www.pmnewsnigeria.com/2018/04/20/meet-tough-cop-abba-kyari-nigerias-youngest-dcp/
http://www.npf.gov.ng/more_news.php?id=106
http://www.npf.gov.ng/images/pro_contacts.pdf
http://thenationonlineng.net/tag/intelligence-response-team-irt/

https://www.facebook.com/ngpolice/posts/the-igp-intelligence-response-team-irt-around-1am-this-morning-in-omu-awa-forest/1443588425683212/

Good morning Sir, I saw your mentions last night but I was too tired to reply,

1.) The phone was not actually stolen, On that fateful morning, I was comimg back from a remote village located deep in the Hills of Hawul, the road was very rough and coupled with the fact that I was carrying much load, It was when I got to town that I realised the phone fell from my pocket, the phone was off because I forgot to charge it the night before, and during the course of the journey, I entered two Keke Napep, so I could not pin point which one it fell in or where I lost it, so I moved on. I have started saving up little funds and I hope to get a low budget smart phone by the end of Febuary. Thanks very much for your concern, it is very nice of you sir.

2.) Another prominent example is Sani Abacha, a Kanuri from Borno. He was born in Kano and many people actually think he is from Kano, His son Muhammad Abacha even contested for Governor of Kano state in 2011, they are actually from Borno. That is why whenever I come across a person from Northeast and he tells me he is Hausa, I will tell him to go and ask his parent's his root.
Yes, Ibrahim Shekarau is Bura, Ndume is Gwoza.

3.) No, I am not in a military institution although I applied the Nigerian Defence Academy on 3 occasions, I was unsuccessful. I am currently studying in Maiduguri but the military is my first love, It is a passion and I pray for the day I will join the Armed Forces. I will be heading to Barasal Village today, it is close to Buratai. A village with beautiful hills. Nature is awesome.

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Politics / Re: Labourers Find Biafra Pounds Hidden In Bottle And Buried During Biafran War by Xslaze3xd(m): 6:41am On Jan 29, 2019
Konquest:

^^^^^^
^^^^^^
I'm an expert on Nigerian Civil War history and
have a deep knowledge of pre/post Civil War
history. grin


Those rebel currencies had NO value because they
were REJECTED by the International community
and could not be used as legal tenders during the
Civil War.


Infact Ojukwu ordered that Nigerian Pounds should
be submitted by all returnee Ibos and non-Ibos in
the former Eastern Region because they had more
value than the hurriedly created rebel enclave
currency notes... which could ONLY be used in
the Rebel enclave and eventually became
valueless like toilet paper shortly before the
Oso Agha (Civil War) ended.


It may shock you that more than 1 year after
Secession it was Nigerian Pounds that Colonel
Ojukwu
and his team were using to buy weapons in the international arms black market.


Then the big BANG. On the advice of the British,
Nigeria changed her currency notes in 1968, and then
all the old Nigerian Pounds the rebels had collected
from returnees to the breakaway Eastern region of
Nigeria, including those in the treasury and those
looted from the Central Banks branches, became
useless because they couldn't buy things in the
international market again and that was one
of the main reasons the Civil War ended when it
did thereby reducing the loss of more lives!
The Civil War should even have ended in early 1969
but Federal Forces had to be less aggressive to
avoid civilian casualties.


So, the Rebel currency notes were WORTHLESS
in the international community because they
knew the supposed "country" was illegally created
without the support of the TRUE leadership of the
minority ethnic groups such as the leaders of
the COR Movement (Calabar, Ogoja, Rivers)
such as Ken Saro Wiwa, Chief Harold Dappa - Biriye
from Bonny Island and who is seen as the
father of the Ijaw nation... and many more who
accused Ibos of forcing them into a breakaway
enclave. So they stayed with Nigeria and these
ethnic minorities provided troops and fighters
for the Nigerian Armed Forces... Such as Colonel Etuk, Isaac Jasper
Adaka - Boro from Ijaw and Captain Elechi Amadi,
the former President-General of Ogbakor Ikwere who
fought in the 3rd Marine Commando of the
Nigerian Army during the Civil War.


The United Nations also did not recognize the
Secession so the rebel leadership had to use
Nigerian Pounds right into 1968 to stay afloat.


I have since 1981 read books written by Officers
who were active on both sides during the
Civil War so I have vast knowledge in this area from
OBJ, to Alexander Madiebo, to Hilary Njoku, Alabi-Isama and more!


Please read more as it enables you to be savvy, wise,
and avoid mistakes of the past.



Cheers!

Cc:Xslaze3xd

Brilliant piece, I have read much on the Civil war but this piece is wonderful, I am saving it.

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Politics / Re: Are Igbo Officers Not Good Enough For Appointment? by Xslaze3xd(m): 9:51pm On Jan 27, 2019
Konquest:

^^^^^
^^^^^

@xslaze3xd

Thanks for the great feedback! grin

I have learned some more information about the
Bura people today. Nigeria is a historically rich
and blessed country.


I attended an FGC in the North decades ago and
I was very fortunate to have met great friends from
almost all parts of Nigeria at the Federal Government
College. I even knew some Mshelias in Kano.
I was based in Lagos then while schooling up
North.


Some of them were from Old Borno State.
You guys have very brilliant people in Borno/
Southern Borno. I had to even start searching for
some of my old school friends on Facebook from Southern
Borno, Plateau, Kaduna, Adamawa etc.
One of them is Alh Waziri Ibrahim's son from Borno
and the GNPP 2nd Republic Presidential candidate in the 2nd Republic, was my school
mate and I had another school friend from Borno
named Samuel Jiri, very brilliant guys! grin


I noticed back then on Facebook that there
is a movement for the creation of Savanna State
in Southern Borno... Is the movement still on for
the new state creation?


I guess Senator Ali Ndume who is from Southern
Borno is a Bura as well? I like him because as a
former lecturer, he is very brilliant and also a very
good communicator with a good sense of humor.


I was reading a book years ago that General
Yakubu Gowon's ethnic group (Angas) migrated
from Borno axis.


Someone on Nairaland posted last year
that former Kano State Governor Shekarau's
Parentage is of Bura origin.



Thanks again for this great information you
have share with me and I'll keep in touch if I
have more questions to ask on Borno history and
traditions.



PS: Bura ethnic group can be found in both
Borno and Adamawa States from the pictures
I've attached below.




Wow, PRO UNITATE
I also attended FGC down south, I actually grew up in the South South Region, The Bura people are also in Yobe state, Bura are very intelligent people, the more reason why the Kanuris don't want us to either break away nor become Governor of the state, We run the important structures of the state. Former Governor of Kano, Ibrahim Shekarau is also Bura, his father migrated to Kano before Shekarau was born.
Ali Ndume is from Gwoza ethnic group in Gwoza LGA, also part of Southern Borno.
I even went to Buratai today, spent the whole day there, Since ASUU went on strike, I have been touring Borno South, I would have posted the pictures of my tour here on Nairaland, unfortunately I lost my smartphone while coming back from a one week tour of Hawul LGA in Yimirshika town in the first week of January, I'm using a Nokia Asha to surf the net and stay in touch for the moment. I'm touring Biu LGA currently. Nice Chatting With You.

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Politics / Re: Are Igbo Officers Not Good Enough For Appointment? by Xslaze3xd(m): 7:12pm On Jan 26, 2019
Konquest:

^^^^
So Gen. Buratai is not a Kanuri ?

Are you from Southern Borno too?

A lot of people mistakenly think everyone
in the Far North is a Hausa, Kanuri or Fulani
not knowing that there are many other ethnic
groups in the North... and so when PMB appoints
some people from the north, some tribal bigots
such as Edwin Clark start shouting marginalization
and saying PMB is nepotistic. The current
Chief of Staff to PMB is Boss Mustapha a non-Muslim
from Adamawa so what do these people want
again in a multi-ethnic and multi-religious country
such as Nigeria.

Most of them never knew that non-Muslims exist
in Southern Borno, Southern Yobe and the like
until the Chibok girls got kidnapped in 2014.

Barnabas Jabila Mshelia (Sergeant Rogers) is
from Borno for instance.





Yes. I am from Southern Borno, same tribe with Buratai and also the sergeant you mentioned, from his third name MSHELIA, he is clearly from the same clan as my mum. BIU, HAWUL, SHANI, BAYO and KWAYAR KUSA LGA of BORNO STATE are all Bura/Babur Ethnic Group. COAS Tukur Yusuf Buratai (Lt.Gen) is from Buratai Village in BIU LGA.

What many people do not know is that the whole NORTH EAST are not hausa's, BORNO, YOBE. ADAMAWA. GOMBE. BAUCHI and TARABA have different distinct tribes but people think we are hausa because we speak hausa language and majority of us are Muslims.

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Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 12:05am On Jan 26, 2019
Lamb101:
u can

A colonel told me so.
A midshipman told me so.

Im ur age mate.

He can't bro, don't give him false hope.
What NDA means by 21yrs is 21yrs on the dot, by august, the lad will be 21yrs5months, Which according to NDA standard, it's above 21yrs.
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 12:01am On Jan 26, 2019
Notsonasty:

Do u understand English at all.
As far as you're not more than 21 by August, you can. Apply ..he said he'll be 21 by march.. What are u now saying
On this one my rugged ArtyMan, Adalomo is right, 21yrs plus one day alone is outright disqualification Sir, let alone with months.

Only those born after August can apply.
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 11:54pm On Jan 25, 2019
ricoric:




I ' m still getting confused so much in many explanations in here,
Are you also dejecting the fact that we might not offer Mathematics in JAMB for NDA ?
Yes, because it's not possible to offer mathematics in jamb for all courses, can history applicants offer maths
Education / Re: University Of Maiduguri, (UNIMAID) 2016/2017 Aspirants. by Xslaze3xd(m): 11:52pm On Jan 25, 2019
Simson557:
thanks for the information pls what of single room rent that as general toilet and kitchen whc is not too far to the school maybe like 100 naira transport to and fro. How abt doing small buisness as a student hope its allowed maybe selling of recharge cards etc.
Stay in the hostel then,
I will advise you to get a bed space in 'NEW MALE A' Hostel, it's the most comfortable and also a good place for recharge card business.

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Politics / Re: Are Igbo Officers Not Good Enough For Appointment? by Xslaze3xd(m): 11:37pm On Jan 25, 2019
dolphinife:
Nonsense talks.....are Itshekiri, Urhobo, Isoko, Benin, Annang, Ogoni, And so countless numerous ethnic groups in southern Nigeria are also not worthy to be considered for any top security job? Why are we all fixated on Igbo, Yoruba and Hausa/Fulani? Are they the only ethnic groups in Nigeria? Buratai is not even an Hausa or Fulani man, but kanuri....so why do we always look at political appointments from the basis of 3 ethnic groups?

Are you people mad?

You are right bro,

NB: Buratai ethnic group is Bura/Babur, a southern Borno tribe.

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Education / Re: University Of Maiduguri, (UNIMAID) 2016/2017 Aspirants. by Xslaze3xd(m): 12:49pm On Jan 11, 2019
Simson557:
... Thanks but what of housing off sch campus i read house is costly in maidiguri..
it depends on the area, places close to school are more costlier than those farther away, 202 which is opposite student gate and also close to both gate one and two is the most expensive I think. Around 120k to 150k for a self contain...... So I heard, others here can provide a confirm price.
Mairi area is also close to gate four and I think gate four is now open... Less expensive than 202 and 303
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 12:02pm On Jan 11, 2019
On the issue of wether maths is compulsory or not,
JAMB: Register the subject that is applicable to your course of studies because it is not possible to write maths for all courses in Jamb.
NDAEE: Follow the instruction in the booklet.

P:S my number is no longer reachable, I lost my mobile.
To reach me, send me a pm.
Thanks.
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 6:18am On Dec 27, 2018
Notsonasty:

Arty I'm also 27th December... Happy birthday to us, may 71rc work in our favour
wow.... a birthday mate in this noble cause
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 12:33am On Dec 27, 2018
Happy Birthday To Me, May My Dreams Become Reality, Amen. 27th December.
Education / Re: Nigerian Defence Academy Admission Processes..........68-76RC by Xslaze3xd(m): 6:15pm On Nov 17, 2018
AustainoPatrick:
Pls can someone study medicine and surgery in NDA

Because I did not see it in their website


Urgent reply needed
No Sir.
Programming / Re: Interested In Teaching Yourself Programming? file on link by Xslaze3xd(m): 8:03am On Nov 09, 2018
MrWondah:
I'm creating this thread due to the recent mails I've been getting here.
In the world of programming today, there are over 60% who are self thought. I'm not here for statistics.
I will be sharing a simple PDF guide on best resources for major programming languages, frameworks and markup languages. Only resource for those who don't know where to get one or need motivation.
These would include:
HTML
CSS and its frameworks
JavaScript and its libraries
PHP
Mysql
Java SE
Rugby
C family
Mobile app Dev
Python
And as many that would come on request.

The ones listed here are the ones I'm good at, so I'll share where I've been getting help.
If you are interested send me a mail via my signature.
I can't post the links here due to nairaland rules.
They are completely free
solace3xd@gmail.com

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