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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Jesus Teaches In Parables

Jesus the great teacher ever known in the history of mankind, teach in parable in the Mount! As he teach, he teach not only his disciples but teach everyone who was available including a lawyer but he teach in parables and at the end of the parables he would then translate and illustrate the meaning. Below are the teachings in parables.
1. The Sower: Matt. 13:1-23; Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:4-8
Jesus told his hearers this parable: A sower went out to sow some seeds, some of the seeds fell by the way side, and not quite long the birds ate the seeds up. Some fell on rocky ground. They grew but died later because there was little soil. Others fell at the side of the field, where there were weeds and thorns. These, too began to grow, but they were soon killed by the weeds and thorns. The rest of the seeds fell on good soil. They grew very well and produced many fruits (seeds).
     The disciples did not know what lesson Jesus was trying to teach them. They asked Jesus to tell them what the story meant. This is what Jesus told them.
a. The seed is the word of God
b. The soil is the people who hears it.
c. Some people are like the path; they hear God's words but do nothing about it.
d. Some people are like the Rocky, shallow soil; they hear God's word and believe it for a time, but very soon they forget all about it.
e. The soil full of weeds and thorns is like the people who hears God's word and for a time try to do what is right, but after a time the word of God is choked by other things like money and worry.
f. The good ground is like the people who hears the word of God and then do what God tells them to do. Just as the corn grows and ripens, so they live good lives and help others to the same.

2. The Mustard Seed:
Matthew 13:24-32; Luke 13:18-19; Mark 4:30-32.
In this parable, Jesus said that the kingdom of God is like a grain of mustard seed, which when it is sown in the earth is less than all the seeds that be in the earth. But when it is sown, it growth up and become the greater than all herbs, and shooteth out great branches, so that fowls of the air may lodge under the shadow of it.
Jesus illustrated in this parable the small beginning of his ministry on Earth and it great results. The blessings of the Gospel of Jesus will grow and spread to people everywhere they might be.

3. The Wheat and The Tares:
Matthew 13:24-30; 36-43.
 Jesus says that the kingdom of heaven is like the farm of a man where he sowed good seed. In the night his enemies went and sowed tares. The two grew up together. The servants of the man told him that unknown persons (enemy) sowed tares in his farm and insisted that they would like to remove the tares but the master said that they should allow both the wheat and the tares to grow until the time of harvest. By the time of harvest, the grains would be gathered together and the tare would be burnt. Jesus by this parable, warns the unbelievers about what will be their fate on the judgement day.

4. The Seed Growing Secretly: Mark 4:26-29
Jesus says that the kingdom of God is like a man planting some seeds and the seeds will germinate and grow up but the man cannot tell how this is done or how this seed is growing. Later the time of harvest would come. Jesus is saying that when the gospel is preached, conversion of the people who hear the word of God belongs to God.

(I) The Lost Sheep: Matt. 18:12-14; Luke 15:3-7
The Pharisees and Scribes murmured when they saw that Jesus received sinners and ate with them. Jesus then told them the parable of the lost sheep. Jesus said that a man had one hundred sheep and one of them was lost. The man went to look for the lost sheep and at last he found it. When he found it, be carried the sheep on his shoulders, rejoicing. When he got home he call his friends and neighbors to rejoice with him because he had found his lost sheep. Jesus concluded by saying that there will be Joy in heaven over one sinner that would repent more than ninety-nine just persons who need no repentance .

(II) The Lost Coin: Luke 15:3-10.
 Jesus told the people another parable to illustrate God's love. The parable is the lost coin. Jesus said that a certain woman had ten pieces of coins. One of the coins got lost. She lighted a candle and swept her house looking for it. When she found it, she happily called her friends and neighbors to rejoice with her because she had found the coin which she had lost.
   Jesus concluded the story by saying that there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner that would repent.

(III) The Prodigal Son: Luke 15:11-32
A man had two sons. One day, the younger son said to his father to divide the property between the two sons. The father did so. This younger son went off to another land where he wasted his money by living in careless life. When the money was finished, he had to rear pigs for a farmer in order to eat.
Later, he became very sorry for the careless way he was living his life and decided to go back to his father. His father ran to him when he saw him coming home. The father was very happy to see him. He gave him good cloths, rings and shoes. He killed a fat cow and made a big feast saying that his son who was lost had been found. This parable stresses the fact that there will be joy in heaven over a sinner who repents.


a. The Good Samaritan: Luke 10:25-37
A lawyer once met Jesus and asked him what he must do to get to heaven, "what does the law say"? Asked Jesus. The lawyer replied that "You must love God and you must love your neighbor". "That is right", said Jesus. "That is what you must do if you want to get to heaven". The lawyer asked, "who is my neighbor"? Jesus then told him this story.
      A man was going from Jerusalem to Jericho when he was attacked by robbers and he was left half dead. Not quite long a priest came along the road. When he came to the place where the man lay he looked at him and went away.

            Then a levite came and did as the priest did. At last a samaritan came to the spot where the man was (The Samaritan were not Jews and the Jews and the Samaritans hated one another). The Samaritan went up to the man and tended his wounds with wine and oil. He put him on his ass and took him to an inn. He gave the innkeeper some money to take care of the wounded man, and told him that if if cost more he would pay him when he came again. After Jesus had told this story, he asked the lawyer who was the neighbor of the man who was attacked by the robbers. The lawyer replied that it was the man who helped the wounded man. Jesus told him to go and do the same.

b. The Rich man (Dives) And Lazarus Luke 1:19-31
 The story of the rich man and Lazarus is often called Dives and Lazarus. The word Dives (Pronounced Die-vees) is a Latin word which means 'the rich man'.
There was once a rich man. At his gate sat a beggar named Lazarus, dirty and covered with sores. He begged for little pieces of food which fell down from the rich man's table. The rich man refused but ordered his dog to lick the sores on the legs of Lazarus. At last, the two men died. The beggar went to heaven and the rich man to hell. The rich man cried out to Abraham, whom he could see with Lazarus in Heaven. The rich man asked Abraham to send Lazarus to drop water to his tongue to cool it. Abraham told him that while he was alive he had all the good things while Lazarus was poor and ill. The rich man then requested him to send Lazarus to go to warn his five brothers to change their ways so that they would not join him there. Abraham refused and said that they must learn from the words of prophets, the men of God and they can escape his punishment.
      In this story, Jesus showed that we must do good with our riche before it is too late.
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Friday, October 18, 2019

Auchipoly Academic Calendar 2019/2020

The Auchi polytechnic Academic Calendar for the 2019/2020 academic session has been published. The Academic Calendar contains a break down of academic activities in the 1st semester of 2019/2020 academic session

3rd November, 2019New Students Arrive Campus.
10th November, 2019Old Students Arrive Campus.
11th November, 2019Registration Begins For Old Students.
4th November 2019Lectures Begins For All Students Except ND 2 Students On Industrial Training.
20th December, 2019Students Vacate Campus For Christmas Break.
25th December, 2019Christmas Day
26th December, 2019Boxing Day
1st January, 2020New Year Day
5th January, 2020Students Resume From Christmas Break, Including ND 2 Students On Industrial Training
6th January, 2020Registration Begins For Students Returning From Industrial Training And Intensive Lectures Begin For All Students
6th – 8th January, 2020Orientation For New Students (Regular)
14th February, 2020Matriculation Ceremony For New Students
21st February, 2020Late Registration Ends/Submission Of Course Work For Regular Students
9th March, 20202019/2020 First Semester Examination Begins For All Students, Including ND 2 Students From Industrial Training
27th March, 20202019/2020 First Semester Examination End For All Regular Students
28th March, 2020Students Vacate Hostel For First Semester Holidays
3rd February, 2020Late Registration Begins For All Old Students(Regular)
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2019/2020 University of Lagos Admission List

University of Lagos Admission List for 2019/2020 academic session has just been released. Prospective Students who applied for admission in the University of Lagos (UNILAG) for the 2019/2020 academic session can now proceed to check if they have been offered admission by the University.

Presently, the list of admitted candidates can be accessed using JAMB Portal. See how to check yours below;

Here is How to Check 2019/2020 University of Lagos Admission List


Login to your Jamb profile with your username and password.

Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.

Select your Exam year and Enter your registration number in the required columns.

Then, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your admission status.

 For those that their status is showing "Admission Still in Progress" or "Not Admitted", you are advised to keep checking as the status may change anytime soon.
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What You Need To Know About WAEC GCE (1st series)

All intending candidates for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for Private Candidates, 2020 – 1st Series are hereby notified that registration will commence on 15th October, 2019.

Candidates must also note that the 2020 WAEC GCE 1st series registration has introduced new procedure has been designed to use biometric features that will be use for validation at the examination centres.

Registration Period

WAEC GCE normal registration period is from Monday, October 15th, 2019 to Friday, December 31, 2019.

How to Apply
Candidates are expected to pay a registration fee of Thirteen Thousand, Nine Hundred and Fifty Naira (#13,950) only, at branches of any of the following banks or any accredited agent and obtain the Registration PIN and Information VCD:

Access Bank Plc;
Diamond Bank Plc;
First Bank of Nig. Ltd;
First City Monument Bank Plc;
Sterling Bank Plc
Skye Bank Plc;
Union Bank of Nigeria Plc;
Ecobank Ltd;
Guaranty Trust Bank Plc;
Stanbic IBTC Bank Plc;
United Bank for Africa Plc;
Fidelity Bank Plc;
Heritage Bank Plc;
Standard Chartered Bank Plc;
Unity Bank Plc;
WEMA Bank Plc.
Zenith Bank Plc;

In addition, candidates will be required to pay Five Hundred Naira (#500.00) commission to the banks/accredited agents.

After obtaining the Registration PIN, candidates should log on to for registration.


 Candidates with special needs will also register online like other candidates but they must dearly state their disabilities e.g blind, low vision, spastic, speech, etc.


 Candidates MUST conclude registration within two weeks of first access to the website during the registration period. They should ensure that their names, gender, passport photographs, dates of birth and subjects are correct. They are also to print the Admission Notiec/Photo Card as evidence of successful registration which will serve as identification during the examination.

 The Result Checker PIN will also be on the Photo Card. Only Digital Personal Scanner should be used for fingerprint registration.


Candidates should view the Information VCD before they register for the examination.
Candidates should note that registration fee is not refundable.

Candidates should print the examination Timetable at the completion of their registration.

Entries must be uploaded with good quality passport size photographs, not “wait and get” photographs. The background of such photographs MUST NOT BE BLUE OR RED. The size should be 275 by 314 pixels. Entries with unacceptable passport photographs will be rejected.

Candidates should study the Regulations and Syllabuses as well as the Timetable for the examination which they can download from WAEC website ( using the Registration PIN.

Candidates must go to examination halls in mufti and without arms. No professional uniform of any kind will be allowed in the examination halls.

The entire results of candidates who sit the examination in more than one centre will be cancelled.

Smoking is not allowed in the examination hall.
Any candidate that comes into the examination hall with mobile phone(s) and /or electronic gadget(s) will have his or her entire results cancelled.

Candidates must ensure that their entries are correctly completed before uploading as the Council will not be held responsible for errors in candidates’ particulars.

 Request for correction will NOT BE entertained on any information which a candidate voluntarily gives at the point of registration as soon as the examination commences.

Candidates must come into the examination hall with their original Photo Cards.

Candidates who engage in examination malpractice will not only have their results cancelled, but may be prosecuted.
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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Unilag Set Up Taskforce To Curb Sexual Harassment

The Lagos State University (Unilag) Registrar for Communication, Mrs Taiwo Oloyede, said in a statement that the move“is in continuation of the institution’s unrelenting campaign against the menace of sexual harassment and other forms of inappropriate behaviours.

The institution recently suspended two senior lecturers exposed in alleged sexual harassment in a BBC investigative documentary video, ‘African Eye’.

The documentary also exposed some lecturers of the University of Ghana, Legon.

“The task force has the mandate to examine the extant University of Lagos policy on sexual harassment, receive complaints from faculties, departments and other units concerning matters that border on sexual harassment.

It is to also receive oral and written testimonies from staff and students involved in cases of sexual harassment and recommend appropriate sanction for offenders.

“The task force, in addition to other functions, will put forward counselling and other therapies for mitigating the adverse effects of sexual harassment on victims and carry out other duties aimed at eradicating the ugly trend from the institution,’’ the statement read in part.

The task force is expected to send monthly reports of its activities to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe.

Oloyede reiterated the institution’s commitment to stamping out the menace of sexual harassment and related offences from its campuses.

She noted that the university “would spare no effort in ensuring that it remained a foremost citadel of learning and promoting excellence in character’’.
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Current 2019/2020 School Fees Of Kwara State Polytechnic

The management of Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin (KWARAPOLY) has currently released the amount students are required to pay as school fees for the 2019/2020 academic session. Both ND & HND New and Returning Students.


The amounts required to be paid as school fees by indigenes and non-indigenes differ. Here is the breakdown of the school fees;

National Diploma (ND)

ND 1 Full Time

Indigene – 50,000
Non-Indigene – 70,000

ND 2 Full Time

Indigene – 38,000
Non-Indigene – 53,000

ND 1 Part Time

Indigene – 51,000
Non-Indigene – 69,500

ND 2 Year II Part Time

Indigene – 39,000
Non-Indigene – 53,800

ND 2 Year III Part Time

Indigene – 34,000
Non-Indigene – 39,000

Higher National Diploma (HND)

HND 1 Full Time

Indigene – 55,500
Non-Indigene – 75,500

HND 2 Full Time

Indigene – 43,000
Non-Indigene – 58,5000

HND 1 Part Time

Indigene – 52,000
Non-Indigene – 71,500

HND 2 Year II Part Time

Indigene – 38,000
Non-Indigene – 55,000

HND 2 Year III Part Time

Indigene – 36,200
Non-Indigene – 47,000
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University of Maiduguri Announces Resumption Date

University of Maiduguri Resumption Date for the 2019/2020 session has been announced by the vice chancellor.  According to the VC of University of Maiduguri, all staff and students are hereby notified that the resumption date for 2019/2020 session had been scheduled as follows;

All newly admitted students of University of Maiduguri are to resume on the 21st October, 2019

While all returning students are by this information are to also resume on the 28th October, 2019.

All staff and Students are urged to note and return to the university before or during the stipulated dates please, Detailed Calendar of important dates and events are on the university portal.

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University Of ILORIN Release 2019/2020 Admission List

University of ILORIN Admission List for the 2019/2020 Academic session has been released. Candidates who applied for admission in the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) are by this notification advised to proceed to check their admission status on both JAMB CAPS and the school portal.
Front view of University of Ilorin

The procedures to check and confirm if you have been offered admission are provided below;

How To Check UNILORIN Admission List On School Portal

Kindly log on to UNILORIN admission portal via

Enter your JAMB Registration Number and Surname in the required fields and the click on login.

Click on Check Admission Status link to confirm your UNILORIN admission status.

How To Check UNILORIN Admisison Status on JAMB CAPS


Login to your Jamb profile with your username and password.

Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.

Select your Exam year and Enter your registration number in the required columns.

Then, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your admission status.

If your admission status has changed to "ADMITTED" please do indicate on the comment section to notify others.
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DELSU Release Second Batch 2019 2020 Admission List

Delta State University (Delsu) Abraka has released second batch admission List for the 2019/2020 aacdemic session. Candidates who applied for admission in Delta state university, Abraka and participated in the screening exercise can proceed to check if they have now been offered admission.

The names of admitted candidates have been uploaded in the school portal.

Side view of Delta State University Abraka

Candidates who did not find their names in the first batch are to follow the procedure below to check their admission status.

How To Check DELSU Second Batch Admission List

Candidates are to visit:
Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided
Click on "Print" and proceed to view and print your admission details
Candidates who have been offered admission are to  proceed to JAMB CAPS and click"ACCEPT" or "REJECT" to indicate acceptance or rejection of the admission offer.

PostScript: Clicking"REJECT" is an indication that the offer of admission has been rejected by candidates
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Yabatech National Diploma 2019 2020 Admission List

YABATECH National Diploma Admission List for 2019/2020 academic session has been released via Jamb portal. Candidates who apply for admission in the Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) for the 2019 2020 academic session can proceed to check if they have been offered admission by the university.

At the moment, the list of admitted candidates can only be accessed via JAMB Portal. See details on how to check yours below;

How Do I Check YABATECH National Diploma 2019/2020 Admission List


Login to your Jamb profile with your username and password.
Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.
Select your Exam year and Enter your registration number in the required columns.

Then, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your admission status.

 For those that their status is showing "Admission Still in Progress" or "Not Admitted", you are advised to keep checking as the status may change anytime soon.
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Abstain From AAU Convocation NANS Tells Feyemi

The National Association of Nigerian Students wish to advise the Ekiti State Governor, Dr John Kayode Fayemi to in the interest of justice, recuse himself from the convocation lecture he plans to deliver tomorrow at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State.

The entire public would recall that in September, 2019, the wife of the governor while on political tour of local governments within Ekiti State caused the death of two promising undergraduates at Federal University, Oye-Ekiti.

Erelu Bisi Fayemi's orderlies mainly from the Counter Terrorism Unit of the Nigeria Police Force had in a broad daylight barbarism, shot at harmless students killing two and injuring many..
Till date, the Ekiti State first family had done everything humanly possible to cover up the sad incident.

One of the slain students, Joseph Okonofua hails from Edo state where Governor Kayode Fayemi is billed to address a convocation lecture.

We maintain our earlier ban placed on the first family of Ekiti state not to visit or attend any program or engage in any activity on Nigerian campuses. It is a strong warning that this leadership will not compromise until justice is done on the #FuoyeKilling.

NANS will not sit idly watching those who sacrifice the blood of Nigerian students for transient power sustainability to further insult the sensibilities of our colleagues.
That Governor Kayode Fayemi is known for arrogance of power and mindless blood letting is enough for him and his family to stay away from our campuses.

The Ekiti State Governor would do well not to dare the resolve of Nigerian students by coming to AAU, Ekpoma as students within and outside Edo state are fully mobilized to stop the sacrilege Fayemi is about to perform.

No Nigerian, however powerful should take the life of another and still roam the nation in search of goodwill when his cloth is soaked with innocent citizens blood.
What impactful lecture will Governor Kayode Fayemi who is unfeeling, uncaring and mafioso in nature deliver in an academic environment?
Should we wait after his exit from Ekpoma to begin to count numbers again?
The deaths around Kayode Fayemi is enough for any of us to become wary of his unsuspecting solicitation for sacrifices.

The management and senate of AAU, Ekpoma should find, immediately, a suitable replacement for Governor Kayode Fayemi as NANS would resist his entrance and stop him from killing more students whose blood he satisfactorily  donate to his oracles in renewal of earthly powers. We insist that we can no longer accept loss of students.

The leadership of NANS hereby directs immediate mobilization for the stoppage of Governor John Kayode Fayemi whose wife superintended over the killing of Joseph Okonofua and Kehinde Dada.

Should the Governor remain adamant, he should prepare more of his CTU officers so as to stroll on the blood of Nigerian students whose lives he cherishes for  his blood consuming deities.
AAU, Ekpoma is certainly the best place to ask pertinent questions as to why Fayemi's wife is licensed to kill people's children, cover up the killings with her privileged status and for Nigerian students to ensure the long awaited justice.
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A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

A Raisin the sun is a play by Lorraine Hansberry that debuted on broadway in 1959. The title comes from the poem "Harlem" (also known as "A Dream Deferred") by Langston Hughes. The story is based upon a black family's experiences in the Washington Park Subdivision of Chicago's Woodlawns neighborhood.
Walter and Ruth Younger and their son Travis, along with Walter's mother Lena (Mama) and sister Beneatha, live in poverty in a dilapidated two-bedroom apartment on Chicago's South side. Walter is barely making a living as a limousine driver. Though Ruth is content with their lot, Walter is not and desperately wishes to become wealthy, to which end he plans to invest in a liquor store in partnership with Willy, a street-smart acquaintance of Walter's whom we never meet. At the beginning of the play, Mama is waiting for an Insurance check for ten thousand dollars. Walter has a sense of entitlement to the money, but Mama has religious objections yo alcohol and Beneatha has to remind him it is Mama's call how to spend it. Eventually Mama put some of the money down a new house, choosing an all-white neighborhood over a black one for the practical reason that it happens to be much cheaper. Later she relent L's and gives the rest money to Walter to invest with the provision that he reserves $3,000 for Beneatha's education. Walter passes the money on to Willy's naive sidekick Bobo, who gives it to Willy, who absconds with it depriving Walter and Beneatha of their dreams, though not the Youngers of their new home. Meanwhile, Karl Lindner, a white representative of the neighborhood they plan to move to, makes a generous offer to buy them out.

He wishes to avoid neighborhood tension over interracial population, which to the three women's horror Walter prepares to accept as a solution to their financial setback. Lena says that while money was something they try to work for, they should never take it if it was a person's way of telling them they were not fit to walk the same earth as them.

While all these is going on, Walter's character and direction in life are being defined for us by two different men: Beneatha's wealthy and educated boyfriend George Murchison, and Joseph Asagai. Neither man is actively involved in the Youngers financial ups and downs. George represents the "fully assimilated black man" who denies his African heritage with a "smarter than thou" attitude, which Beneatha finds disgusting. While dismissively mocking Walter's lack of money and education. Asagai patiently teaches Beneatha about her about her African heritage; he gives her thoughtfully useful gifts from Africa, while pointing out she is unwittingly assimilating herself into white ways. She straightens her hair, for example, which he characterizes as "mutilation".
A Raisin in the sun by Lorraine Hansberry -

When Beneatha becomes distraught at the loss of the money, she is upbraided by Joseph for materialism. She eventually accepts his point of view that things will get better with a lot of effort, along with his proposal of marriage and his invitation to move with him to Nigeria to practice medicine.

Walter is oblivious to the stark contest between George and Joseph: his pursuit of wealth can only be attained by liberating himself from Joseph's culture, to which he attributes his poverty, and rising to George level, wherein he sees salvation.

The play remains a potent touchstone, still speaking to viewers about race, gender roles, family, hope and desperation, capitalism, the American dream, the problem of housing discrimination, how the social, educational, economical and political climate of the 1950s affected African Americans' quest for "The American Dream".

  Lorraine Hansberry (1930-1965) analyzes Northern racism and it cruel effects in her play A Raising in the Sun, which she claims is "specifically [about] Southside Chicago" (Hansberry. YGB 114).

Many social issues including feminism, gender roles, the Black family, and the pan-African movement, as well as events within Hansberry's own life, are interweaved in this play. However, a central theme of A Raisin in the Sun reveals how racism from the housing industry, government, religious leaders, and average Americans supported the segregated housing environment of Chicago...

(a) Dreams, Hopes, and Plans: BENEATHA (Dropping to her knees) Well- I do - all right? - thank everybody! And forgive me ever for ever wanting to be anything at all! (Pursing him on her knees across the floor) FO...

(b) Race: ASAGAI... You came up to me and you said... "Mr. Asagai - I want very much to talk with you. About Africa. You see, Mr. Asagai, I am looking for my identity!" (He laughs) (1.2.98)

(c) Pride: Still, we can see that at some time, a time probably no longer remembered by the family (except perhaps for MAMA), the furnishings of this room were actually selected with care and love and even ho...

(d) Family: RUTH (She finally laughs aloud at him and holds out her arms him and we see that it is a way between them, very old and practiced. He crosses to her and allows her to embrace her warmly but keep...

(e) Poverty: RUTH they said Saturday and this is just Friday and I hopes to God you ain't going to get up here first thing this morning and start talking to me 'bout no money — 'cause I...

(f) Suffering: Weariness has, in fact, won in this room. Everything has been polished, washed, sat on, used, scrubbed too often. All pretenses but living itself have long since vanished from the very atmosphere o...

(g) Dissatisfaction: We can see that she was a pretty girl, even exceptionally so, but now it is apparent that life has been little that she expected, and disappointment has already begun to hang in her face. (1.1.stag...

(h) The Home: MAMA (Looking at him as she would WALTER) I bet you don't half look after yourself, being away from your mama either. I spec you better come 'round here from time to time to get yourself some d...

(I) Gender: WALTER... See there, that just goes to show you what women understand about the world. Baby, don't nothing happen for you in this world 'less you pay somebody off! (1.1.81)

(j) Choices: RUTH (Beaten) Yes I would too, Walter. (Pause) I gave her a five-dollar down payment. (1.2.237)

(k) Sacrifice: WALTER I don't want nothing but for you to stop acting holy 'round here. Me and Ruth done made some sacrifices for you – why can't you do something for the family? (1.1.118)


Walter: As Mama's only son, Ruth's defiant husband, Travis's caring father, and Beneatha's belligerent brother, Walter serves as both protagonist and antagonist of the play. The plot revolves around him and the actions that he takes, and his character evolves the most during the course of the play. Most of his actions and mistakes hurt the family greatly, but his belated rise to man hood makes a sort of hero in the last scene. Throughout the play, Walter provides an everyman perspective of the mod-twentieth-century African-American male. He is the typical man of the family who struggles to support it and who tries to discover new, better schemes to secure it economic prosperity. Difficulties and barriers that obstruct his and his family's progress to attain that prosperity constantly frustrate Walter. He believes that money will solve all of their problems, but he is rarely successful with money.

Walter often fights and argue with Ruth, Mama, and Beneatha. Far from being a good listener, he does not seems to understand that he must pay attention to his family members concerns in order to help them. Eventually, he realize that he cannot raise the family up from the poverty alone, and he seeks strength in uniting with his family. Once he begins to listen to Mama and Ruth express their dreams of owning a house, he realizes that buying the house is more important for the family's welfare than getting rich quickly. Walter finally becomes a man when he stands up to Mr. Lindner and refuses the money that Mr. Lindner offers the family not to move in to its dream house in a white neighborhood.
Mama: Mama is Walter and Beneatha's sensitive mother and the head of the younger household. She demands that members of her family respect themselves and take pride in their dreams. Mama require that the apartment in which they live always be neat and polished. She stands up for her belief and provides perspective from an older generation. She believes in striving to succeed while maintaining her moral boundaries; she rejects Beneatha progressive and seemingly un-christian sentiment about God, and Ruth's consideration of an abortion disappoint her. Similarly, when walter comes to her with his idea to invest in the liquor store venture, she condemn the idea and explains that she'll not participate in such un-christian business. Money is only a means to an end for Mama; dreams are more important to her than material wealth, and her dream is to own a house with a garden and yard which Travis can play.

Asagai: One of Beneatha fellow students and one of her suitors, Asagai is from Nigeria, and throughout the ply he provides an international perspective. Proud of his African heritage, he hopes to return to Nigeria to bring about positive change and modern advancement. He tries to teach Beneatha about her heritage as well. He stands in obvious contrast to Beneatha other suitor, George Murchison, who is an arrogant African-American who has succeeded in life by assimilating to the white world.
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Sunday, October 13, 2019

Offa Poly Release HND 2019 2020 Admission List

Offa Polytechnic HND Admission List for the 2019/2020 academic session has been announced. Candidates who applied for admission into the Higher National Diploma (HND) programme of the Federal Polytechnic of Offa for the 2019/2020 academic session are to proceed to check their admission status.

The List of Admitted candidates has been uploaded in the school portal. The procedure to check Offa Polytechnic  HND Admission List is listed below.


Candidates are to visit:

Enter your Application Number in the space provided
Click on "Continue" and proceed to view your admission status


(i) Pay acceptance fee of the amount indicated above with the use of ATM card that is Inter switch compatible, print acceptance fee receipt online and change to official receipt in the Bursary.

(ii) Print the admission letter on-line and present to the admissions office at the Main campus for signing. (candidates are to come along with the original copies of their certificates/results).

Please note that this process must be completed by the date indicated above as "Acceptance End Date" stated in the above table

Candidates who failed to complete the procedures by this date will forfeit the offers of admission.
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List Of Institutions That has Released 2019 2020 Admission

While some institutions has released admission for the 2019 2020 academic section some are yet to release admission but in this post contains all schools that has released admission both colleges and universities, polytechnics not left out.

So below are the list of institutions that has released 2019 2020 admission;

Polytechnics That Have Relesed Admission Lists
Offa Poly ND Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

Akanu Ibiam Fed Poly ND/HND Admission Lists, 2019/2020 Out

KwaraPoly ND Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

IDAHPOLY ND Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

Oko Poly ND Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Out

PTI Effurun ND Admission List For the 2019/2020 Session

BidaPoly ND Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

EDEPOLY ND Full-time Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

OSPOLY ND Full-time Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Now On School Portal

LASPOTECH ND Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

Auchi Poly ND Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Now On School Portal

Ilaro Poly ND Full-time Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

Kogi State Polytechnic (KSP) Admission List 2019/2020 [Full-Time & Part-Time]

Colleges of Education Rhat Have Released Admission Lists
Alvan Ikoku COE NCE Admission List, 2019/2020 Out

FCE Eha-Amufu NCE Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

FCET Umunze 1st Batch NCE Admission List For 2019/2020 Out

FCE Oyo Special NCE Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

Universities That Have Released Admission Lists

ESUT Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

UNIPORT Admission List for 2019/2020 Session

NDU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

FUTMINNA Admission List, 2019/2020 Out

Alvan Ikoku COE Degree Admission List, 2019/2020 Out

UI Admission List, 2019/2020 Out On JAMB CAPS

IAUE Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

FUDutsinma Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

UNIABUJA Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

AKSU Admission List For The 2019/2020 Session

FUOtuoke Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Out

EKSU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Out

BOSU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

BUK Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

RSUST Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

FCET Umunze Degree Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

UNN Primary Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

MOUAU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

EBSU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

UNILORIN Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

UNIZIK Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

COOU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

UNICAL Admission List For 2019/2020 Academic Session

FUPRE Admission List For 2019/2020 Academic Session

IMSU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

TASUED Admission List For the 2019/2020 Session

ABSU Admission List For the 2019/2020 Session

FUOYE Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Out

UNIBEN Admission List For 2019/2020 Out

LASU Admission List, 2019/2020 Out (UTME/DE)

LAUTECH Admission List For 2019/2020 session Out

FUNAI Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

OOU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Out

FUTO Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Out

UNIMAID Admission List For 2019/2020 Session Out

NDA Admission List For the 71st Regular Course Out

AAU Admission List For 2019/2020 Session is Out

Bowen University Provisional Admission List 2019/2020

Babcock University Admission List 2019/2020 | Batch A, B & C

Ajayi Crowther (ACU) Admission List for 2019/2020/Acceptance Fee Payment Guidelines

KWASU Complete Admission List for 2019/2020 Academic Session
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2019 Scholarship Announcement: Invitation To Apply

Edo Association of southern California Inc. "Nedoye " Invites applications from Indigenes of Edo State admitted into any one of the following tertiary institutions namely: University of Benin, Ambrose Ali University and Federal Polytechnic, Auchi.
Four awards valued at two thousand US dollars ($2000) each, spread over four academic years .

1. Full time degree students only.
2. Point of award: First, second and third year students only. Final year students are. Not eligible .

B. APPLICATION: All applications must include the following;
1. The applicant's name, residential and postal address, email address and phone number.
2. A short essay about self outlining Indigene, circumstance and need for the scholarship.
3. JAMB letter of admission.
4. Letter from chairman of applicants local government area of origin.
5. Letter from head of the relevant department with authentic matriculation number.
6. Two colored passport photographs.
7. For applicants in second year and above, last sessions academic results.
Please note that for successful applicants, all information provided in the application will be independently verified before disbursement.
Awardees must maintain an equivalent of second class honors to renew the award,consequently, all recipients must furnish their yearly results to the scholarship committee or forfeit the award.

Dr. Bright Aregs President
Dr. Sonny Okundolor Scholarship Committee Chairman
Comr. Apollinaris Igenegba Akpejiori Jr. Representative, Nigeria

To Apply:

Call or WhatsApp Representative, EASC, Inc. "Nedoye" Comrade Apollinaris Jr. 08143253502/08088426098 or visit our office, F1 Basement, University of Benin, Ugbowo, Benin City.

Application Closes 1st of November, 2019.
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