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Saturday, October 26, 2019

Female Victims To Petition Uniben Authorities

A petition by aggrieved female ex-students of the Department of English and Literary Studies, University of Benin will be submitted next Friday to the authorities of the tertiary institution, The Nation has learnt.

Mr. Aoiri Obaigbo, the convener of the petition drive, is a 1987 graduate of the Department of English and Literary Studies of the university.

Obaigbo said the petition is aimed at unmasking some lecturers in the department notorious for sexually harassing students.

Obaigbo said the petition drive became necessary to ‘investigate inter-generational allegations of sexual harassment of female students by male lecturers at the Department of English and Literature, University of Benin.

He said the petition drive has been on in the last three years.

According to Obaigbo, the objective of the petition is to resist the oppression of current students who are too scared to fight the errant lecturers

He said some female victims (names withheld) had sent petitions to the panel indicting eight lecturers of the department involved in brazen demands for sex from them.

Also a male student made allegations against some of the lecturers, pointing out areas where female students were taken advantage of or denied their grades because they refused to succumb.

The Nation gathered that some of the victims who had earlier testified withdrew their testimonies.

Obaigbo said the wishes of two victims, who for various reasons withdrew their petition, will be respected.

According to him, two of the victims cited different reasons for their withdrawal.

While one said her husband did not grant her permission to be part of the petition, the other stated that her family was concerned about the “diabolical” powers of the lecturer who was alleged to have sexually harassed her.
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Youth Empowerment - Civic Education

Youth empowerment is a process of increasing the political, spiritual, social, racial, educational, economic strength of the Youth. It refers to an attitudinal, structural and cultural process whereby young people gain the ability, authority and courage to make decisions and implement change in their own lives and the lives of others. Youth empowerment generally equips the youth with knowledge. And life skills to make them self-reliant and economically empowered as well as enhance their socio-economic status.
   Youth empowerment is very crucial to democracy building and a buoyant economy. The local, state and federal government and non-governmental organizations should be encouraged to provide programs centered on youth rights, youth activism, youth involvement in community decision making, etc. This is because there will be less crimes and criminal activities if the Nigerian youth are engaged in profitable ventures and gainful employment and the society will be at peace.

Youth Empowerment Skills
A skill refers to the natural ability to do something well, usually gained through training or experience. It is an ability to do something, especially because you have learned and practiced it well. A skilled person with expertise in a particular area has the training and experience that is needed to do such. The youths need to be empowered with skills to accomplish various tasks and achieve results. They need a broad range of skills in order to contribute meaningfully to the economy and take their place in the society. There are different youth empowerment skills, some of which include the following;

(1) Manipulative skills: These are skills that involves the use of the hands and body coordination to carry out or perform a task. In manipulative skills, a person learns to handle objects in a skillful or clever way. It also involves working skillfully that is, working with a learned capacity to carry out a task. It is important for the youth to have these skills right from their childhood. Therefore, parents and teachers should train children in manipulative skills and ensure that they practice them.

(2) Life Coping Skills: Coping refers to being able to deal with a difficult problem or situation. It is active problem-solving. The youths need the ability to deal with difficult problems or situations in daily life. Every youth should be good problem solvers. Life is full of challenges that tests strength, skill or ability. Every individual should have the capacity to be able to deal with the challenges as they come. When there are problems or challenges, we need to follow some steps which will help in dealing with those challenges and this in turn gives us better solutions. The steps in dealing with challenges or difficult situations include the following:

(a) Identify the problem or challenge.
(b) Define the problem.
(c) Recognize and accept how you feel about the difficult situation or challenge.
(d) Identify all possible solutions.
(e) Imagine how the same problem might be solved by other people.
(f) Evaluate the strength and weakness of each solution.
(g) Arrange the solutions in a list starting with the least to the best that can be of help.
(h) Make your choice of solution.
When the above steps are taken or followed, you will discover that you are able to cope with the challenges that come your way.

(3) Communicative Skill: Communication is the process by which people exchange information or express their thoughts and feelings. Communication skill, is the learned capacity to be able to talk easily to other people. It is having the capacity to express oneself so that other people will understand. The act of communicating involves verbal, non-verbal and para-verbal component. Effective communication skill will enable you exchange ideas with others, understand other's perspective, solve problems and successfully archive set goals. Every youth should possess good communicative skills. That is every youth should be able to express yourself, your feelings and your needs in a way that is direct and clear.

(4) Intellectual Skills: Intellectual skills refers to the ability to learn, understand and think about things. An intellectual person is someone who is well educated and interested in serious ideas and spends time thinking about the ideas and discussing them. Intellectual skills are connected to critical thinking that helps to draw conclusions based on a number of things such as evidence through observations, and applying various methods to make judgement about things. Intellectual skills have been linked to critical thinking. This is a process whereby problems cam be recognized in the first instance so that methods of resolving them can be employed. Critical thinking can occur whenever one must figure out what to believe or what to do, and do so in a reasonable and appropriate way. Reading, writing, speaking and listening can all be done intellectually or otherwise. Every youth need to possess intellectual skills as this would give them good critical thinking skills to recognize problems and employ various techniques or methods in solving them. To become intellectually sound is to be well educated. The youths therefore, are encouraged to be determined to acquire intellectual skills.

(5) Artistic Skills: These are skills that have to do with the ability to create or invent things. We can develop this skills by taking part in cultural and creative/art activities or competitions, etc. Examples if artistic skills include creating computer graphics, writing fictions, editing, painting, sketching, drawing, singing, dancing, choreography, playing musical instrument etc.
  As a youth, having one or more of the above skills is of great importance and benefit to you and the society at large. Artistic skills in youth prepare them to be active members of the society. The skills enable them to be self-employed and make them to contribute meaningfully to the economy. Today, a lot of youths write books, songs play musical instruments, create computer programmes, etc. for their own benefit and for the benefit of other people.

Agencies Responsible for Youth Empowerment in Nigeria 

(I) The Schools: The school's here include primary, secondary and higher institution level. At the higher institution level we have specialized schools such as technical colleges, polytechnics, universities, etc.
(II) National Agency for Poverty Eradication Programme (NAPEP): This agency was established in Nigeria to help reduce if not completely eradicate poverty in Nigeria. This is done through giving of loans to youth to establish business in various sectors of the economy example transportation.
(III) National Directorate of Employment (NDE): This is a government agency responsible for the training of all categories of youth for empowerment and capacity building.
(IV) Non-Governmental Organizations: Many local and international organizations also help in empowering the youth in Nigeria example Lion's Club, UNAIDS, UNICEF, the Red Cross, etc

Importance And Benefits Of Youth Empowerment Skills 
The importance and benefit of youth empowerment skills, among others include the following:

(a) It helps prepare youths to be active members of their communities and the society at large.
(b) It helps the youth to secure good jobs in future
(c) It helps to prepare youth for leadership positions at work and in the country at large.
(d) It helps youths to take decisions and implement change in their own lives and the lives of other people.
(e) It helps the youths to function as an important part of a group or team.
(f) It enables youths to overcome obstacles in life or work environment.
(g) It enables youth to contribute meaningfully to the economy.
(h) It helps the youth to take their place in the emerging technology-driven society.
(I) It helps the youth to be able to cope with life challenges and proffer solutions to the challenges.
(j) It enables the youth to set goals and make a plan to succeed in what they most desire.

Youth is the time of life between childhood and adulthood. Youth empowerment is an attitudinal structure. In this post we have been able to discuss youth empowerment as a process of increasing the spiritual, political, social, racial, educational and economic strength of youths. We also referred to it as an attitudinal, structural and cultural process whereby young people are given the ability, authority and courage to make decisions and implement changes in their own lives and the lives of other people. We also discussed youth empowerment skills which is the learned capacity to carry out a task and achieve positive result. Some of the youth empowerment skills that would help the youth as discussed in this post include, Manipulative skills, life coping skills, communicative skills, intellectual skills, and artistic skills all which helps to prepare youth for leadership positions and to become active members of their communities.
Also some institutions responsible for youth empowerment in Nigeria were mentioned as being the school, the National Directorate of Employment, the National Agency for Poverty Eradication Programme and some non-governmental organizations.
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Friday, October 25, 2019

New Vice Chancellor Emerge at UNIBEN 2019

Professor Mrs. Salami has emerged as the new Vice Chancellor of the University of Benin, UNIBEN.

The announcement was made a few minutes ago after some meeting as it had been previously announced that a new VC would be appointed today.

Professor Salami takes over from Professor Faraday Orumwense who’s been VC for the past few years.

She becomes the second woman to become the university’s Vice chancellor since Professor Grace Alele Williams, who was Nigeria’s first female Vice chancellor, in 1985.

New UNIBEN VICE CHANCELLOR'S BIOGRAPHY

Prof. Lilian I. Salami, (Nee Emovon,) Ph.D. Professor of Home Economics/Nutritional Education is a Benin and hails from Edo State, Nigeria, West Africa. She was born in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria on the 8th of August, 1956. Her early schooling started in Jos but was truncated by the Nigerian Civil War. Her both primary and secondary education were then completed in Edo State. She obtained her West African School Certificate (O’ levels) from Baptist High School, Benin City.

In 1975 she travelled to the United States of America to University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point Campus and had her summer schooling in the University of Minnesota, St. Paul. She later transferred to North Dakota State University, Fargo after she got married in 1977. There she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in 1979 in Home Economics and Master’s degree in Nutrition in 1982. She returned back to Nigeria in 1983 and enrolled to serve in the National Youth Service Corps in Benin City.

Upon completion of the national service, she made a brief start of her teaching career with the then University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo, Nigeria. Between 1985 and 1994 she lectured Nutrition at the University of Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria. This was interjected when she gained admission into University of Nigeria, Nsukka for a doctoral degree in Human Nutrition in 1989 which she obtained in 1991.

In 1994, she was appointed a Senior Lecturer with the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria and acted as a Head of Department between 1996 and 1998 and rose to the rank of Professor in 2005. In her desire to be well-grounded in teaching, she gained and obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Education in 2001 from the University of Benin. In 2004, Prof. Salami proceeded to the Vaal University of Technology, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa as a post-doctoral fellow which she obtained in 2005. She has held numerous positions at the prestigious University of Benin, Director of General Studies, Part-time programme and Chairman of the Board of University of Benin Integrated Enterprise.

She has also served as a member in many other committees. She is the immediate past Dean of the Faculty of Education and was a member of the apex body of the University, the Governing Council. Prof. Salami has taught numerous undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Home Economics and Nutrition. She has successfully supervised over 40 masters and 15 PhD students.

She is a fellow of Nutrition Society of Nigeria and International Federation of Home Economics/Home Professional Association of Nigeria. As an administrator, she has held numerous administrative positions in the University of Benin and currently the Director General/Chief Executive of the National Institute for Educational Planning and Administration (NIEPA, Ondo). She has to her credit over 75 peer reviewed articles in national and international Journals.

Outside academic, she is a member of the Advisory council to his royal majesty, the Oba of Benin, Omo N’Oba N’Edo, Ukukpolokpolo, Ogidigan, Oba Ewuare II.

You will recall that Prof. Osasere Orumwense (born 20 June 1954) is a Nigerian academic author and a professor of mechanical engineering. He was the ninth substantive Vice-Chancellor of the University of Benin, Nigeria. He was appointed by the former Governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomole.
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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Market Structures - Economics

The term "market" is used in two senses in economics. In one sense, it refers to a place where goods and services, are bought and sold. In this sense, a market is physically located in a specific geographical area, for example, the Kenyatta market in Enugu, the capital of Enugu State in Nigeria.
In the second and wider sense, a market means all those buyers and sellers of goods who do business with one another. In this case, a transaction could be conducted through the telephone, telegraph or telex, the post office, a newspaper advertisement or some other communication channels. It could be done without the buyer and seller meeting. Therefore, a market is not only a geographical area, but also a medium or organization through which buyers and sellers can communicate with one another, to exchange goods and services at prices determined by the market forces of demand and supply.

TYPES OF MARKETS
In some markets, there is strong competition among sellers and buyers when the prices of commodities traded in the market are about the same. Economist call such a situation of strong competition, in which the price differences of commodities are small, a perfect market.
   The perfect market is a theoretical economic model. When market structures display varying degrees of imperfection, we call them imperfect markets. Examples of imperfect markets are:
(1) monopoly (single producer- an individual or a firm - supplies the goods or services)
(2) monopolistic competition (several producers providing similar products)
(3) duopoly (two producers of the same commodity)
(4) oligopoly (few producers)
  We shall now discuss these two major types of market structures.

Perfect Competition
The following are the assumptions of perfect competitions or a perfect market.
(1) There is a large number of sellers and buyers, none of whom dominates the market. This means that variations in output by any producer, or in purchases by any buyer, will not affect the market price of the commodity. All the producers are 'price-takers', that is, once the price has been determined by the forces of demand and supply, the producers will sell as much as they can at that price.
(2) The products are homogeneous, or rather, the buyers regard the products as the same and they are, therefore, indifferent as to whom they buy their goods from.
(3) There is no preferential treatment in the selling or buying of the commodity. The commodity bears the same price tag throughout the market.
(4) There is perfect knowledge of the quality and the price of the commodity. The commodity being offered for sale. In other words, consumers have a perfect knowledge of the market.
(5) There is free entry into the market for new firms and free exit for the existing ones.
(6) There is perfect mobility of factors of production. Factors are transferred easily to where they are needed.
(7) No transport costs are involved in moving factors of production and finished goods from one location to another.
(8) Goods are easily moved from one part of the market to another.

Imperfect Competition
A market is described as imperfect when a commodity or service is sold in such a way that free competition does not exit. There are different degrees of imperfection. The imperfect markets commonly dealt with are:
(1) Monopoly: A single seller of a commodity or service.
(2) Monopolistic Competition: The producing firm has a certain degree of monopoly, but it is aware that it's rivals produce similar or substitute goods and this fact affects its price policy.
(3) Duopoly: Two firms sells the same goods or services.
(4) Oligopoly: A few large firms controls the industry.
 Difference Between Perfect and Imperfect Competition



Perfect CompetitionImperfect Competition
There is a large number of relatively small sellers so that variations in output will not affect prices of goods and services.There is one seller, or only a few sellers, whose variations in output affect prices of goods and services.
Products are homogeneous. One product must be a perfect substitute of another, so that when a producer raises his price above equilibrium price, buyers will buy from other sellers.Products are not homogeneous. They are differentiated by, for example, brand name, special packaging, quality differences and advertising. When the producer raises his price, some buyers will still patronize him.
Consumers have perfect knowledge of the ruling price in the marke; producers are aware of the extent of profits in the industry.Consumers do not have complete knowledge of the ruling price in the market.
Firms cam freely enter or leave the market.There is no free movement of firms into or out of the market.
There is perfect mobility of factors of production. They are easily transferred to where they are needed.Prohibition may make free movement of factors of production difficult
No transport costs are involved, as they mean locational disadvantage.Transport cost are involved and these impose an added value on the products, thus causing an increase in the price of the goods.
Goods are movable from one section of the market to another.Immobility is an essential element of imperfect market. Therefore, goods are not movable from one section of the market to another.
The perfect competitor is a price-taker. The graph showing the demand of the firm's products is a horizontal price lineThe imperfect competitor is a price-maker. The graph showing the firm's demand of goods is a downward sloping line, which is similar to the average revenue curve.
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LAUTECH First Semester Calendar

LAUTECH Academic Calendar for the Harmattan Semester of the 2019/2020 Session has been published. According to the management, further to the notice of resumption for the 2019/2020 Academic Session is November 4th, 2019. The break down of the academic activities is captured below;

Monday, November 4 – Resumption for 2019/2020 Harmattan Semester by fresh students/ registration without penalty begins

Monday, November 11 – Resumption for 2019/2020 Harmattan Semester for stalites students/Registration without penalty for stalites

Monday, November 18 – Commencement of lectures for all students

Tuesday, November 19 – Registration without penalty for freshers ends

Wednesday, November 20 – Registration with penalty for freshers begins

Wednesday, November 27 – Registration without penalty for stalites ends / Registration with penalty for stalites begins

Friday, December 20 – Registration with penalty ends for fresh students

Tuesday, December 24 – Commencement of Christmas and New year break

Monday, January 6 – Orientation for fresh students

Thursday, January 9 – Registration with penalty for stalites ends

Wednesday, January 15 – Matriculation for new students

Monday, January 20 – Mid-Semester Test (C.A) by CBT begins

Wednesday, January 1 – Christmas and New year break ends

Friday, January 24 – Mid-Semester Test (C.A) by CBT ends

Monday, February 3 – Lecture free week begins
Friday, February 7 – Lecture free week ends

Monday, February 10 – 2019/2020 Harmattan Semester examination begins

Tuesday, March 3 – 2019/2020 Harmattan Semester examination ends

Friday, March 6 – 2019/2020 Harmattan Semester Break Begins
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Admission List of IBBU 2019/2020

IBBU also called Ibrahim Bdamosi University UTME/Direct entry Admission List for the 2019/2020 academic session has just been released. All candidates who applied for admission in Ibrahim Bdamosi University (IBBU) are to proceed to check their admission status in the just released 2019/2020 admission list. The 2019/2020 admission list has been made available online via the school portal, candidates should follow the step to check IBBU 2019/2020 admission list;

How To Check IBBU Admission List

Visit: http://portals.ibbu.edu.ng/ugreg/?q=admchecking2

Enter your JAMB (UTME/Direct entry) Registration Number. in the field provided above

Click on the button title Check Admission Status

 A message would be displayed on the page indicating the status of your request and further instructions.

Candidates are also to visit JAMB CAPS to check their admission status and if admitted, either ACCEPT or REJECT the admission offer.

Note: Successful Candidates who find their names on the IBB University site and not on the JAMB site should make sure they have their O’Level result(s) uploaded on the JAMB site. This is to enable IBBU upload your name on the JAMB site.
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Laying of Block ceremony at College of Agriculture Benin


Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Nogheghase Obaseki, has performed the ground breaking ceremony of the new College of the Agriculture and Natural Resources, Iguoriakhi at Ovia South West Local Government Area of the state.
The College at Iguoriakhi houses the School of Agricultural Technology and Engineering, with two other campuses in Agenebode and Uromi.
Speaking at the ceremony, the governor of Edo state said, as Nigeria diversifies its economy through agricultural development, well equipped agricultural institutions must be established to train the needed manpower.
He said the new college was established because the old college was non-befitting of its status as a tertiary institution.
“When I inspected the old college, the situation was pathetic; the buildings and hostels were dilapidated and not conducive. A clear and new beginning was required after going through the report of the team of enquiry set up to investigate activities of the old college,” he added.
He noted that his administration decided to take the bull by the horn in starting a proper college that would train students who would become employable and also employers of labour.



The governor added that the school would be self-sustaining, while the governing structure of the institution would include the private sector actors.
Obaseki said recruitment of staff into the college was not automatic for staff of the old college, noting that they would need to apply to the college.
The governor also announced the donation of two official vehicles, three buses and three ambulances by the state government to the college.

Earlier, Mr. Destiny Enabulele, Chairman of the council where the school is located, commended the developmental strides of the Governor Obaseki-led administration.
He said the establishment of the new college would bring a sense of hope to the people in the area.
Special Adviser to the Governor on Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security Programme, Joe Okojie, said the school would positively impact the state, noting that the state government has a solid plan for the kick-off of the college.

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Must Read: Isabel

 The early morning sun dazzled in its characteristic mild beauty sending in rays through the light curtains. I slowly opened and eyes and was happy when i saw my little Princess beside me. "good morning my princess, my most treasure pssession," i said smiling then kissed her forehead. Edward my husband walked in looking so happy. "how is princess doing? he asked then sat beside me, he kissed me then turn to our baby. I was so glad to see him happy again, after six years of marriage without a child, this years has been a year of frustration and pains, i was called all sort of names by his family but Edward always stood by me in those days of trials, i thought i was barren and could never bore him a child again until the day i got pregnant, which i felt so happy, am gonna be a mother and Edward a father, atleast i will be free from all those insults. I and my husband Edward nortured our unborn baby with much love and care until the day i gave birth to our princess, she looks so beautiful and we named her ISABEL. I felt so happy to be called a mother and same from Edward, we so much love and cared for her but then we never knew a tragedy will befall. On her third birthday Edward threw a very large party for our princess, well i like calling her princess but her real name is Isabel and that what Edward called her. At three years my Princess can walk and talk, she looks so beautiful with pretty long hair for a girl of her age, her lips were pink and her good looking ocean blue eyes, she looks so perfect and i sees her as the most beautiful girl, i so much love her and so do Edward his father Mr. Darwin who never like me has been quite good to me ever since i gave birth to Isabel, and i could tell he like Isabel so much, well his sister Tessa who never liked me also, came to celebrate my princess birthday, i was surprise by her sudden visit and changed well i just hope they changed for good even for the sake of Isabel. Edward threw a very grand birthday party during her birthday party, it was so much fun and we also invite some of her friends and classmate at school. My princess always smile, i hardly sees her frown and i hope she keep on smiling all day, her smile alone melt my heart. The next day after her birthday, i decided to take her out which Edward doesn't agree to that. "yesterday was her birthday so what's the essence of taking her out? he asked me adjusting his tie, he was already dressed up for work looking so handsome. "to catch some fun with my Princess of course, i also wish you could be their," i said smiling. "what about school, don't she have school today? he asked looking at me but i put on a small smile to let him know i know what am doing. "of course she does, but then today is just friday, i just want to take her out today, my dad is also coming all the way from Toronto just to see us especially her, you know it been long since i saw my dad," i said looking so sad but Edward was busy checking himself up in a mirror.

"you can do this during weekend, so just get Isabel ready for school," he almost yelled. "Tressa.." he shouted her name and in few minutes Tressa quickly walked in. "please just dressed Isabel and talk to one of my dirver to take her to school," he said then left without sayig anything to me, i quickly walked out to catch up with him but he was too fast. He stormed downstairs and i quickly went up to him. "dear, are you angry with me over this little issue, today is friday, i just want to see our princess to see my dad that's all," i said holding his hands. "okay as you wish," he said without smiling, i pulled him for a hug then kissed him. "have a nice day at work hubby," i said but he just smile a bit then left. I hurried to check on my Princess at her room. "get dressed, am taking you out," i said smiling as i lift her up in my arms then kissed her on the cheeks. "i love you Princess," i said smiling while she held my cheeks, "i love you mommy," she said in her tiny voice then kissed me back. "i'll just talk to your nanny to get you dressed," i said then went out to call her nanny. . . I was dressed in a blue midi gown with heels matching to it, am already in my late twenties but yet i still look so young and pretty, my princess was also looking so beautiful. We walked to the children park and i could see everyone was so happy and they kids were busy playing. "can i play with the kids? my princess asked me but i just smile at her then held her small soft hands. "not yet sweetie, let your grandpa arrive here first," i said to her while she smiled and fixed her gaze at the children playing. I do love Isabel because she's not the disobedient type, she's always calm and sometimes quiet, i brought her some chocolates to keep her busy and in few minutes time my dad arrived. "popsi," i said almost in tears as i quickly hug him tight in tears. "I miss you so much popsi," i said wiping away my tears. "wow, she looks so beautiful, indeed God had bless you with such a beautiful girl after six years without a child," Popsi said while i smile a bit then hug him again. I do love my Popsi so much he was the one that raise me when my mother died, so he's all I've got. "let seat there," i said pointing at empty bench under a tree. "Isabel, how you doing pretty? Popsi asked her holding her hands as we moved to the bench under the tree. "grandpa? my Princess asked while i arched an eyebrow at her smiling. "he's your grandpa," i said while she just replied with a smile. "this for you," Popsi hand over to an ice cream to her. "thank you grandpa," he said smiling and quickly lick a little from it, i could say she was just too eager to play with the kids all around. "can i go and play? she asked me. "why not, just becareful," Popsi immediately said.

"no, am scared something bad might happen to you," i said, While Popsi gave me a look at me. "allow her chase the butterlfly, make sand castle like the other kids," Popsi said while i held her hands. "becareful my princess," i said as she quickly ran to play round the beautiful garden with some other kids, well i guess here is so much safe. I and Popsi discus a lot and told him about how Edward's family treat me good especially his dad and sister Tressa. "am glad no one will call you barren again, all your pains are over," Popsi said while i smiled. After like thirty minutes. I looked round but couldn't see my princess, other children were playing happily and i wonder where my princess could go to, i stood up and went admidst of the kids and asked about my Princess but no one has the right answer to that. I asked the security men over their but non seems to know about her whereabout despite showing them her pictures. OMG where could my Princess be, my heart was already beating faster than normal. I and Popsi has been searching for my Princess for about an hour now, my eyes were filled with tears already, what will Edward say about this. It already getting to three pm, i return back home in tears without finding my Isabel, Edward was shocked to hear that and blame me for everything. "if only you haven't take her their, how could you be so careless like that? after si years without a child you ended up dumping her to play with the other kids!, Edward yelled at me, i have never seen him so angry like that. "Isabel is missing? Tressa asked looking so surprise. "she caused everything, i ask you to let her go to school but you refuse, just try and get back my Isabel for me," he yelled at me while i was already in tears. "it wasn't intentional Edward, please understand me, i didn't plan for any of this to happen," i pleaded in tears but to my surprise Edward slapped me hard and threw me out of his house. "am not letting you in my house until the day bring back my daughter, just make sure Isabel is back home before the sun goes down," he yelled at me, this the very first time Edward slapped me, i know it hurts but he have to understand me. Popsi pleaded with Edward but he seems not to here anyone, i was suprise when he even talked back at my dad which make my heart broken. That evening i went round the street with my princess photo asking of her but no one knows of her whereabout, which make me more scared and to shade more tears. "Popsi, she's all that i have got where could Isabel be? i said in tears, i do love Edward so much so i can't afford to loose him, i can't lose two people at the same time i just hope am gonna find my daughter if not am gonna be a laughing stock, i can't survive without her," i said in tears, i was about crossing the road when a car will full speed push me down. "Isa...bel please come back home to your dad!..." i said in pains as tears slide down my cheeks, my heart was beating faster, i just pray Edward will get to find Isabel someday...Popsi quickly ran over me but he came too late, my eyes closed and everywhere was dark....
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Admission List FUNAAB for 2019/2020 Session

Federal University of Agriculture (FUNAAB) Admission List for 2019/2020 academic session has just been released. All candidates who applied for admission in the Federal University of Agriculture Abekuta (FUNAAB) are hereby directed to proceed to check if they have been offered admission by the school board.

The list of admitted candidates has been made available on the JAMB CAPS. Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check your FUNAAB admission status.

How To Check FUNAAB 2019/2020 Admission List

Candidates are to visit: http://admission.funaab.edu.ng/login.php
Provide your JAMB Registration Number in the required Column
Click on Enter to log in
Scroll down to Admission Status to see if you have been admitted
If you're offered admission, you'll see an option to accept or decline the admission.

You have up until November 8th to accept the admission offer, after which the admission would be automatically withdrawn.

Admitted candidates are also advised to check their JAMB CAPS and either accept or reject the admission.
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LASU Won 2019 1st Africa Badminton Championship

Team Lagos state University has won the 1st Africa University Badminton Championship in Mauritius. LASU finished with 5 gold medals and 4 silver medals to be on the top of medals table.

Full details soon...
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Auchi Poly 2019/2020 Admission Process

This is to inform all the candidates that applied for admission into the Auchipoly (Auchi Polytechnic) National Diploma programmes during the 2019/2020 academic session that they can now check their admission status.

Auchi Poly ND full-time admission list is now available online.

How to Check AUCHI POLY Admission List.

Go to Auchi Poly admission status checking portal at http://auchipoly-online.com/admissionlistcriterialisting.php

Select your programme of study i.e. ND.

Select your department.

Select your course of study.

Finally, click on ‘Check Admission List’ to access your Auchi Poly Admission Status.

Please Note:
If you find your name on the list, go to your department for clearance,to determine if you are qualified, if cleared proceed to accept offer of admission online and follow the procedure for payment of admin charges. Proceed to register for your courses online, then print copies of the registration form and submit two(2) copies to your school officer. Your admission will be cancelled if you are not registered within two(2) weeks.

Successfully admitted candidates should login to the JAMB CAPS website, click”ACCEPT” or “REJECT” to indicate acceptance or rejection of the admission offer.

OR:
You can also check your admission status on the JAMB admission status checking portal by following the procedure outlined below:

Go jamb.org.ng/efacility
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.
Finally, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your FUAM admission status.
Congratulations to all the candidates that made it to Auchi Polytechnic various National Diploma (ND) programmes for the 2019/2020 academic session.
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LASU 2019/2020 Acceptance Fee

Lagos State University (LASU) wishes to announce that candidates who has been offered Provisional admission in the 2019/2020 Admission Screening should proceed to the Screening Portal within the stipulated period of October 21 to 28, 2019 to ACCEPT the offer which may be stream 1 only, a choice from stream 1 & 2 or stream 2 only.


Candidates are expected to pay a non-refundable Acceptance Fee of #20,000.00 (Twenty Thousand Naira) only, using the approved payment mode below;

STREAM 1: Admitted LASU candidates MUST also pay ONLINE a sum of #10,000.00 only (Ten Thousand Naira Only), for the Medical Screening (note that the Medical screening must be done at the Lagos State University Health Centre, Ojo Campus).

Stream 2 offer can only be accepted with payment of the commitment fees within the stipulated period of October 21 to 28th ,2019 for:
1. Tuition (50%) N75,000
2. Acceptance N20,000
3. Medical N10,000
Current Total: N105,000

NOTE: Admitted Candidates MUST also pay ONLINE a sum of #10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira) only, for the Medical Screening (note that the Medical screening must be done at the LASU Health Centre, Ojo Campus).

Method Of Payment

Visit LASU New e-payment portal: http://www.lasu.edu.ng/tsa/epayment/default.php

Supply the following information on the new e-payment portal:

Matric No/UTME Reg No: Your 2019 UTME Registration Number
ID Type: Student/Alumnus
Campus: Main
Study Type: Full-Time Undergraduate
Purpose: Acceptance Fee
Current Valid Email Address: Please use ONLY your personal valid and current email address
Current Valid Phone No.: Please use ONLY your personal valid and current GSM number
Click on Submit
The new page will display your records and amount payable.
Click on Submit button to continue the process.
Click on Make Payment to effect the payment on REMITA payment platform
Make use of any desirable payment options on the Remita platform to effect the payment and keep safely your RRR code and the Transaction Receipt sent to your email after successful payment

NEWLY ADMITTED STUDENTS ARE HEREBY STRONGLY ADVISED TO STRICTLY ADHERE TO THE ABOVE PROCEDURE

NOTE:

Payment of Acceptance Fee starts on Monday 21st October to 28th October 2019.
Please NOTE that ACCEPTANCE is on a first -come,first-served basis
Any candidate who does not ACCEPT within the stipulated time forfeits the provisional admission offer and will not be proposed on JAMB CAPS.
Candidates are strongly advised to beware of fraudsters.
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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

OOU 3rd Batch Admission List For 2019/2020 Session

Olabisi Olabanjo (OOU) 3rd batch Admission List for the 2019/2020 session has been released. Candidates who applied for admission in OOU and participated in the screening exercise can proceed to check their 2019/2020 admission status as the university management has released and uploaded 2019/2020 3rd batch admission list in the school portal (website).

Prospective candidates can follow procedure below to check 2019/2020 3rd batch admission status.

Here is How To Check Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) 2019/2020 3rd batch Admission List

Visit: https://www.oouagoiwoye.edu.ng/portal/admission/login.php

Enter your JAMB Registration Number and Password in the space provided
Click on the "login" button to access your admission status
Payment Of Acceptance Fee

Admitted candidates are to note that payment of Acceptance Fees commences immediately and ends on October 27th, 2019
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Monday, October 21, 2019

Benue State University Release Result of 2019 UTME

Benue State University Makurdi Post-UTME Result for 2019/2020 session has been released. Candidates who partook in the screening exercise of the Benue State University Makurdi (BSU) for the 2019/2020 academic session are to proceed to check their screening results.

The results has been made available online. Candidates are to follow below procedures to check their results.

How to Check Benue State University Makurdi Post-UTME Results 2019/2020

Candidates are to visit: https://portal.bsum.edu.ng/checkPostUtmeScore.jsp

Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the space provided

Click on "Submit" and proceed to view your Benue State University Makurdi Post-UTME screening result.
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