Wednesday, May 25, 2016

FULANI OFFSPRINGS NO DEY CARRY LAST O


Blessing Joseph
Blessing Joseph is a 19-year-old student who is living in a remote village in the Agatu area of Benue state. As other teenagers who are living in the area, Blessing said that she would not hesitate to use a rifle if Fulani herdsmen come back to her village. Blessing Joseph said she would not hesitate to use a rifle if Fulani herdsmen come back to her village. Daily Mail reports that not only teenagers but even young boys carry machetes and daggers to protect their lives. “My father told me not to go out without holding a cutlass with which I can defend myself if attacked,” a nine-year-old primary school pupil said. James Ochoche Edoh, the community leader, said that more than 20 Agatu villages were affected near the river Benue that forms the border with Nasarawa. “Approximately 500 people or more could have been killed,” he claimed. “The recent attacks took us by surprise. Families have been separated or killed,” he added. The worst affected villages in February’s attacks were Okokolo, Adagbo, Akwu, Aila and Odugbeho. READ ALSO: Group raises alarm over conspiracy to tag all Fulani herdsmen as criminals Speaking with journalists, the residents said that nearly 50 people were killed and more than 1,000 properties were razed. “The Fulanis killed our kinsmen, burnt or destroyed 327 of our houses in this village and for no just cause,” said Christopher Onah, the chief of Okokolo. “There’s nothing left for us again after the attack,” said Anyebe Peter, a farmer in Adagbo, where seven people were killed and 250 houses were razed. “Soldiers told us to leave our homes and gather in one place for better protection. So, now we sleep in the Catholic church.” Onah noted that despite the presence of troops, people are still afraid. “Soldiers told us to leave our homes and gather in one place for better protection. So, now we sleep in the Catholic church,” he said. According to the Global Terrorism Index 2015, Fulani militants killed 1,229 people in 2014, making them “the fourth most deadly terrorist group” in the world. The Boko Haram sect that heads the list left at least 20,000 people dead since 2009. James Ochoche Edoh, the community leader. However, the numerous attacks blamed on Fulani are driven more by a need for increasingly scarce resources such as land and water rather than radical ideology. Recently, there have been frequent clashes in the religiously mixed “Middle Belt”, where Nigeria’s mainly Muslim north meets the largely Christian south. With Fulani Muslim and farmers mostly Christian, religion adds an extra dimension to longstanding ethnic tension. Edoh said that February’s attacks appeared to be in revenge for the death of a Fulani leader and the theft of his cattle, which was blamed on the mainly Christian Agatu. The residents said that nearly 50 people were killed and more than 1,000 properties were razed. In April 2016, President Muhammadu Buhari, himself an ethnic Fulani, ordered a crackdown on raiders. “The government will not allow these attacks to continue,” he said, ordering security forces to “secure all communities under attack by herdsmen”. Audu Ogbeh, the minister of agriculture, said that “the ultimate solution to the Fulani farmers frequent clashes will be to establish grazing reserves for the herdsmen”. However, the main umbrella body of Fulani herdsmen’s groups accused Benue state of opposing the proposal. Saleh Bayeri, the national secretary of the Gan Allah Fulani Development Association did not deny the Agatu killings were to avenge the 2013 deaths of some leaders and their families. “Fulanis do not forgive such killings. The problem we have now is that the Fulani are being vilified, provoked, attacked and killed and when they retaliate they are accused of terrorism,” he said. It would be noted that the UK newspaper that analyzed the Fulani herdsmen crisis and its consequences, had earlier took a swipe at President Muhammadu Buhari for his war against corruption.

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Lai Mohammed appeals to Nigerians over subsidy removal

The Nigerian government said on Friday it had no other choice than increase the pump price of premium motor spirit, also called petrol from N86.50 to N145 per litre. Lai Mohammed, the minister of Information, said the policy has become inevitable in order to halt the crippling fuel scarcity in the country and ensure availability of the product. Lai Mohammed, who stated this at the inauguration of the Advertisers Association of Nigeria (ADVAN) marketers conference in Lagos on Friday, said only the liberalisation of petrol supply will ensure the availability of the products. “Distinguished ladies and gentlemen, I can tell you that that decision is inevitable, if we are to end the crippling fuel scarcity that has enveloped the country, ensure the availability of the products and end the suffering that our people have been subjected to. “With the drastic fall in the price of crude oil, which is the nation’s main foreign exchange earner, there has also been a drastic reduction in the amount of foreign exchange available. The unavailability of forex and the inability to open letters of credit have forced marketers to stop product importation and imposed over 90% supply on the NNPC since October 2015, in contrast to the past where NNPC supplies 48% of the national requirement,”the Minister said.

Friday, May 13, 2016

CAN YOU EVER MAKE MONEY WITHOUT STRESS?

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You need to check this out. BUHARI GETS NEW SET OF NICKNAMES.

Nigerians are a different breed entirely!! Someone has tampered with the Wikipedia page of President Muhammadu Buhari and listed “Ajala the Traveller” and “Baba Go Slow” as one of his nicknames! Lmao! ‘Ajala the traveller’ is a popular phrase used to describe someone that travels a lot. This phrase was coined thanks to a Nigerian called Moshood Adisi Olabisi Ajala, a journalist, who was described in many Nigerian songs as Africa’s greatest traveler. Nigerians have been complaining about the amount of foreign trips the President has taken since he came into power, which has inspired the “Ajala the Traveller” nickname, while ‘Baba Go slow’ comes from the pace at which he handles things…like the ministerial selection and budget approval.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

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EVERTON SACK MARTINEZ

Everton have confirmed manager Roberto Martinez has "left his position" at the club as a dismal Premier League campaign nears its end. The Spaniard leaves Everton on the back of a poor run of just one win in their last 10 league games, with the club currently sitting 12th in the table with one match to go. Martinez joined the Toffees in 2013 and guided them to a record Premier League points haul (72) and fifth place in his first season in charge and the club have thanked him for his efforts on Merseyside. "Everton Football Club regrets to announce that Roberto Martinez has left his position as first team manager with immediate effect," the club confirmed in a statement. "The chairman and the board of directors would like to place on record their thanks for the dedication and commitment Roberto has shown during his three seasons with the club. Roberto has been a great ambassador for the club, conducting himself, at all times, with the utmost integrity and dignity.

Monday, May 9, 2016

HAPPY 80th BIRTHDAY, SIR ERNEST SHONEKAN.

Ernest Adegunle Oladeinde Shonekan (born 9 May 1936 in Lagos, Colonial Nigeria) is a British-trained Nigerian lawyer, industrialist, politician and traditional chieftain. He was appointed as interim president of Nigeria by General Ibrahim Babangida on 26 August 1993. Babangida resigned under pressure to cede control to a democratic government. Shonekan's transitional administration only lasted three months, as a palace coup led by General Sani Abacha forcefully dismantled the remaining democratic institutions and brought the government back under military control on 17 November 1993. Prior to his political career, Shonekan was the chief executive of the United African Company of Nigeria PLC (UAC), a large Nigerian conglomerate.

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Kwara State College of Nursing, Oke-Ode 2015/2016 application form out.

2015/2016 Sales of Application form will soon commence, Applicants seeking admission may apply now. Kindly ensure that you are careful in making payments for Application forms. Any errors may lead to you being charged additional convenience fees. From the school's website.
2015/2016 Sales of Application form will soon commence, Applicants seeking admission may apply now. Kindly ensure that you are careful in making payments for Application forms. Any errors may lead to you being charged additional convenience fees. From the school's website.

Saturday, May 7, 2016

DON'T EXPECT US TO FULLY IMPLEMENT THE 2016 BUDGET-FG

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The Federal Government has ruled out the possibility of full implementation of the 2016 Appropriation Act signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday.
The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udo Udoma, stated this while briefing journalists shortly after Buhari signed the budget at the President Villa, Abuja.
Udoma was joined at the briefing by the Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed.
The minister admitted that having been signed late into the year, it would be impossible to achieve full implementation of the budget.
He said, “Our own will always be 100 per cent implementation. We know that because we started late, we may not achieve it but that is our aim.
“We will start off with that aim because the budget is a law so we will try and implement it as faithfully as we can. However, the reality is that we may not (achieve it) because we started late.
“In subsequent years, we will start earlier to give us a better chance of implementing the budget in full. But we will do our best.”
The minister also said the government would work hard to ensure that the National Assembly gets the 2017 budget proposal by October so that it could be passed before the end of the year.
This, he said, would afford the government the opportunity of implementing from January to December.
The minister said, “Two weeks ago, the ministry presented a memo to the Federal Executive Council and got approval for a timetable for the budget. So, as we are finishing with this budget, we are starting on 2017.
“Our intention is that the budget should reach the National Assembly early in October to give them enough time to pass it before the end of the year.
“The most important time for road construction is the dry season. So, if you can get the budget in December, you can now start early to implement. Our intention is to get us back to a situation where we can have a full January to December implementation for the budget.
“We are working hard on the timetable to achieve this. It is also going to be much more extensive consultation with the National Assembly prior to the budget being presented, extensive consultations with non-governmental organisations NGOs that will help us to speed up the process of getting the budget approved.”
Giving more details on the signed budget, Udoma said the budget size that the legislature came out with was just slightly lower figure than the one submitted by the executive.
He said the revenue assumption from the budget as passed by the National Assembly was the same, having adopted the same $38 crude oil price.
The minister also said the size of the budget and size of the deficit were about the same.
According to him, the budget puts the production figure at 2.2million barrels per day.
Ahmed on her part recalled that two weeks ago, the Federal Executive Council approved a monitoring and evaluation framework which was meant to guide the implementation of the budget.
She said, “We have developed a specific implementation guideline for the 2016 budget which will be submitted to all the ministries departments and agencies.
“This will be vigorously monitored and reported upon on quarterly basis to the FEC. There are some checks in that implementation plan and we intend to follow through with the plan as fast as possible.”
Culled from punchng.com.

DON'T EXPECT US TO FULLY IMPLEMENT THE 2016 BUDGET-FG

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The Federal Government has ruled out the possibility of full implementation of the 2016 Appropriation Act signed into law by President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday.
The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udo Udoma, stated this while briefing journalists shortly after Buhari signed the budget at the President Villa, Abuja.
Udoma was joined at the briefing by the Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed.
The minister admitted that having been signed late into the year, it would be impossible to achieve full implementation of the budget.
He said, “Our own will always be 100 per cent implementation. We know that because we started late, we may not achieve it but that is our aim.
“We will start off with that aim because the budget is a law so we will try and implement it as faithfully as we can. However, the reality is that we may not (achieve it) because we started late.
“In subsequent years, we will start earlier to give us a better chance of implementing the budget in full. But we will do our best.”
The minister also said the government would work hard to ensure that the National Assembly gets the 2017 budget proposal by October so that it could be passed before the end of the year.
This, he said, would afford the government the opportunity of implementing from January to December.
The minister said, “Two weeks ago, the ministry presented a memo to the Federal Executive Council and got approval for a timetable for the budget. So, as we are finishing with this budget, we are starting on 2017.
“Our intention is that the budget should reach the National Assembly early in October to give them enough time to pass it before the end of the year.
“The most important time for road construction is the dry season. So, if you can get the budget in December, you can now start early to implement. Our intention is to get us back to a situation where we can have a full January to December implementation for the budget.
“We are working hard on the timetable to achieve this. It is also going to be much more extensive consultation with the National Assembly prior to the budget being presented, extensive consultations with non-governmental organisations NGOs that will help us to speed up the process of getting the budget approved.”
Giving more details on the signed budget, Udoma said the budget size that the legislature came out with was just slightly lower figure than the one submitted by the executive.
He said the revenue assumption from the budget as passed by the National Assembly was the same, having adopted the same $38 crude oil price.
The minister also said the size of the budget and size of the deficit were about the same.
According to him, the budget puts the production figure at 2.2million barrels per day.
Ahmed on her part recalled that two weeks ago, the Federal Executive Council approved a monitoring and evaluation framework which was meant to guide the implementation of the budget.
She said, “We have developed a specific implementation guideline for the 2016 budget which will be submitted to all the ministries departments and agencies.
“This will be vigorously monitored and reported upon on quarterly basis to the FEC. There are some checks in that implementation plan and we intend to follow through with the plan as fast as possible.”
Culled from punchng.com.

Friday, May 6, 2016

OAU 2015/2016 UPDATES




BELOW IS EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PAYMENTS, ACCOMMODATION, SCHOOL FEES,ETC.
 
 
 
 
 



INSTRUCTIONS TO PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS FOR THE 2015/2016 ACADEMIC YEAR ON PAYMENTS
Candidates who made Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife their first choice and took the Obafemi Awolowo University Post

UTME are advised to check their names from the list of candidates admitted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board

(JAMB) on the Obafemi Awolowo University Website (www.oauife.edu.ng) or eportal.oauife.edu.ng and follow the procedures

for registration as laid out. Confirmation of admission on the OAU website shall commence with the payment of nonrefundable




acceptance fee of N20,000.00 (fresh students only).
Candidates shall thereafter continue with the registration procedure as detailed out on the eportal of the website as provided

above i.e. (www.oauife.edu.ng) or eportal.oauife.edu.ng.

Candidates are required to log on to University eportal using your Matric/UTME Number to choose the Type of Payment

(Acceptance, Main Charges, Accommodation….) and indicate Mode of Payment (Bank Branch / Transfer / Master Card i.e.

ATM) in order to link your payment to REMITA. If you select Bank Branch, download RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference)

and use it to pay by cash in any BANK OF YOUR CHOICE that accepts cash payment to REMITA. If you choose either

TRANSFER or MASTER CARD, supply the additional information to effect the payment. Please, note that you can access



the University e-portal anywhere to effect your payment in any branches of Banks nearest to you effective April 1, 2016

The schedule of the charges for the session is as detailed below:

A. 2015/2016 MISCELLANEOUS/DEPARTMENTAL CHARGES FOR FRESH




UNDERGRADUATE, DIPLOMA AND DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS

FACULTY/PROGRAMMES CHARGES PER SESSION

LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL

SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS

N43,700 Per Session

SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC. SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC N54,700 Per Session

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL

SCIENCE, DENTISTRY/PHARMACY

N57,700 Per Session

and a Development Levy of Eighteen thousand naira (N18,000.00), which is paid once and for all by Fresh Students



throughout the duration of their studentship in the University.

a. (Diploma in Local Government Studies Tuition) - 63,300.00

TISHIP (Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Prog.) - 1,600.00
TOTAL N64,900.00

b. Accommodation:

(Freshmen will be provided accommodation on first come first served basis) - N3,090.00

I. OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR 2015/2016 REGISTRATION OF FRESHMEN



Candidates who have been offered admission should upload their credentials including Birth Certificate/Sworn

Declaration of Age. Each candidate will be required to submit his/her Registration Certificate Form, as downloaded, to

the Faculty Secretary. They will also be required to present the print- out of the certificate form for further




screening on resumption.

II. SCREENING OF FRESH STUDENTS

All screenings are to be done on-line. All freshmen are expected to complete their screenings before they come

to campus.

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III. PROCEDURE FOR ACCESSING THE EPORTAL:



1. Log on to the University eportal using your Registration Number and the Password you used last on the portal.

2. Complete the following forms correctly on the ePortal.

i. CERTIFICATE FORM (for not more than two sittings)

ii. BIO-DATA

iii. COURSE REGISTRATION FORM

iv. BED SPACE CLEARANCE FORM (Optional)

The Course Registration Form will only be available upon:

a. Successful filling of forms (i) and (ii) above.

b. Payment of appropriate Charges at the banks.
Please note that only 2000 spaces are available for each of the Special Electives except SER 001 and

LIB 001, which are compulsory for all Fresh Students.
3. Problems, if any, will be addressed on-line using any of the following options:

i. Online help in the eportal

ii. Six Hotlines will be available for contact (the Hot lines will be available on the eportal)

iii. E-mail:- isis@oauife.edu.ng can be used as well.

B. 2015/2016 MISCELLANEOUS/DEPARTMENTAL CHARGES FOR RETURNING UNDERGRADUATE




AND DIPLOMA STUDENTS

FACULTY/PROGRAMMES CHARGES PER SESSION

LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL

SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS

N19,700 Per Session

LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL

SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS (Extra

Semester Rain/Harmattan)

N19,700

SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC.

SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC

N30,700 Per Session

SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC.

SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC (Extra Semester

Rain/Harmattan)

N30,700

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL

SCIENCE, DENTISTRY/PHARMACY

N33,700 Per Session

BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL

SCIENCE, DENTISTRY/PHARMACY

(Extra Semester Rain/Harmattan)

N33,700

LATE REGISTRATION FOR COURSES N2,000.00

ACCOMODATION (RETURNING

STUDENT)

N2,590.00
i. Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local Returning Students N55, 300.00

Government Studies)

ii. Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local Extra Semester N54, 050.00

Government Studies) (Rain/Harmattan)

Returning Students are required to pay the appropriate charges as indicated above as well as a sum of N1,600 for TISHIP

(Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Programme) .

Students with extra semester(s) are required to pay appropriate charges including TISHIP as indicated above. They should in

addition, obtain clearance from their Heads of Departments to enable them log on to the e-portal for registration.

Students should access the e-portal from any Cyber Café anywhere for their registration as stipulated above.
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BED SPACE ALLOCATION:
Fresh undergraduates and final year students will apply for Bed Space Allocation placement directly on the eportal after

payment of appropriate fees, including accommodation fee. Candidates will be required to print 3 copies of Bed Space

Clearance Forms from the eportal which must be duly signed by the student and the Hall Warden. The forms will be

administered as follows:

(i) Students are required to keep one

(ii) Submit one copy to the Dean, Student Affairs

(iii) Submit the third copy to the Hall Warden to qualify him/her to OCCUPY the bed space allocated. Please



note that failure to submit the Bed Space Clearance Forms as stipulated automatically disqualifies the Bed

Space Allocation.

Apart from fresh undergraduate students, final year students are also given priority in the allocation of bed spaces. Other spaces

available (if any) will be balloted for.

On behalf of the University Administration, we wish all students a wonderful, peaceful and rewarding 2015/2016.
D. O. Awoyemi

Registrar.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

OAU Releases Yet Another Admission List



We have gathered that the Obafemi Awolowo University has released another batch of students admitted into the institution yesterday, 4th May 2016.

Expectant Candidates are therefore advised to recheck their admission status on the OAU e-portal.

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It is simply a form of marketing. A company offers a product or service for sale. The company invites you to market the sale of the product or service on their behalf. For each sale you generate, you are rewarded with a percentage of the profit.
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