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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Ghanaians have severally reacted to a photo showing an extraordinarily tall high school student. Name unknown, the teen is already been touted as a potential basketball player because of his height.
The state-owned Daily Graphic was among the first portals to share his photo sandwiched between his headmaster and a teacher. The photo attracted lots of comments and shares especially on Facebook.
He is a first-year student at the Swedru Secondary Business School, SWESBUS, a school located in the country’s Central Region.
Already, a sports journalist is on record to have said a Serbian varsity had contacted him on the possibility of getting the boy to be trained as a professional basketball player
Image result for I didn’t know what came over me - Teacher who tried to rape a 6-year-old student.A 35-year-old school teacher identified as Lori Tuoyo, has revealed that he doesn’t know what pushed him into trying to defile his 6-year-old female student after school hours, on Friday, in Jakpa/Ekpan, Delta State.
According to activist Israel Joe, the suspect had taken the girl to an empty classroom, undressed her, closed her mouth, removed his trouser and was already making efforts to penetrate her, when he heard some movements.
He then quickly dressed up and told the student, who had already been injured around her vagina, not tell anyone what had happened. However, the victim told her sister, who then reported to their mom and the school authority was informed.
When interrogated, Tuoyo admitted to the crime, but said he didn’t know what came over him. The DPO of Ekpan police division was subsequently notified and the teacher was arrested.
However, his mother quickly rushed to the police station to beg for mercy, while revealing that Tuoyo had been battling with rape issues for long and had been taken to multiple prayer houses for deliverance to no avail
She was, however, assured that her son will be thoroughly delivered when he gets to at the Okere High Prison.
ICPC Charges Dismissed OAU Sex-For-Mark Lecturer To Court
The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) will on November 19, 2018, press charges against a sacked former lecturer of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Richard Akindele, at the Federal High Court, Osogbo, who reportedly demanded sex from one his post graduate students, Monica Osagie, for enhanced mark.

The Professor of Accounting and Management will be confronted by the ICPA with three-count charge of abuse of public office, breach of trust and exploitation in his capacity as a lecturer in order to be appeased with sex and offer of higher marks in a course that the student is supoised to have failed in 2007.
The offence, according to ICPC, is punishable under Sections 8 (1) (a) (ii), and 18 (d) of the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Act, 2000. .
The 57-year-old professor is reported to have begged through his lawyer, Omotayo Alade-Fawole, for plea-bargain having admitted guilt and also cited ill-health as a factor that might hinder him from withstanding the rigours of prison life. .
According to a statement by the Spokeswoman for the ICPC, Mrs. Rasheedat Okoduwa, the suspect had pleaded that his prayers for plea-bargain be considered, given the fact he was already suffering untold hardship having been sacked over the alleged offence by the university.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Image result for How I was lured into cultism – Unijos GraduateA computer science graduate of the University of Jos, Amos Lucky, paraded alongside nine other suspected cult group members on Wednesday said he was lured into cultism in University, and by a final year law student of the institution, NAN reports.
Mr Lucky, 25, said he belonged to the secret cult group called Black Axe, and paid N3000 per semester as due to the leader of the group, whom he called Zambruta.
The suspect spoke while they were paraded at the headquarters of Operation Safe Haven (OPSH) military task force in Jos.

“I was initiated in 2016. I was invited to a party, when we got there we were taken to the bush around Bauchi Ring Road and beaten. I wanted to leave the cult but I was afraid because if you leave and they see you on the street they will beat you. They don’t really kill but they will beat you,” Mr Lucky said.
Spokesperson of OPSH, Adam Umar, an army major, said the suspects were arrested during a raid on criminal hideouts in the Jos metropolis.
According to Mr Umar, the suspects had been terrorising people in Jos.
“OPSH raided some criminal hideouts of some gangs and cultists leading to the arrest of some of their members who are responsible for insecurity being experienced across the joint operational areas.
“Specifically, on October 21, 2018, six cult members were arrested and preliminary investigation led to the arrest of four others who have been profiled, cross-examined and their statement obtained.
“Analysis of the revelation from arrested group members revealed that there are five distinct cult groups operating in Jos under various appellations as Neo Black Movement of Africa (NBM), aka Black Axe; Supreme Viking, aka Baggar/Arrow; Aiye Buccaneers and Tin Gold, aka Blue Bird, ” Mr Umar said.
The spokesperson said OPSH remained resolute to deal with any form of criminality that may cause insecurity in the state.
“OPSH therefore wishes to reiterated that it would remain resolute to decisively deal with all criminal acts that are inimical to peaceful co-existence on the Plateau and hereby assures residents of their safety,” he said.

Image result for Twitter users mock their wicked teacher who is now an Uber driverEx students of one of the unity schools have taken to Twitter to mock one of their former teachers who they say was very mean to them in school.
One of the ex-students rode in his Uber and shared his photo online. Her ex-classmates saw the photo and remembered how mean he was to them way back in school.

See screenshots of their reactions below,

Image result for 300 level student expelled after he was caught with 80 wraps of Indian hemp in schoolAccording to multiple reports, a 300-level student studying Economics at the Ajayi Crowther University, Oyo State has been expelled after he was caught with drugs.
Identified as Adenowo Emmanuel Oreoluwa, he was on Tuesday, 13th November 2018, caught with 80 wraps of Indian hemp along with other illicit drugs within the school premises.

Adenowo is also a musician with the stage name “Drauzie”. According to reports, he had earlier been caught doing drugs but was let off on a warning by the institution. He has now been expelled after getting caught again.
300 level student expelled
Muslim Students Rejoice As Lagos Govt Approves Use Of Hijab In Schools
The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit has commended the Lagos State Government for upholding the rule of law through its approval of the use of hijab in public schools.

This was contained in a press statement by the Amir (president) of the MSSN Lagos, Saheed Ashafa (Ph.D), to react to a circular recently issued by the Lagos State Government granting the use of hijab in schools.
The circular conveyed the government’s approval “of the outcome recommendations of the panel on the use of Hijab” and urged compliance.
According to Ashafa, the circular would help to stop harassment and victimisation of female Muslim students for wearing hijab.
He recalled that despite the Appeal Court judgement, female Muslim students were punished and denied entrance into classrooms for putting on the hijab.
By issuing the circular, Ashafa said the Lagos State Government has towed the path of honour and deserved to be praised for such.
He said: “We extol this gesture and the resoluteness of the state government in ensuring that an avoidable strife do not find ways into the peaceful atmosphere being enjoyed in Lagos State.
“We are pleased with this development because the embarrassing way and manner that our members are being victimised, harassed, punished and denied entrance into their classrooms for wearing hijab would stop.
“We have constantly told the state government that while a case on the hijab is awaiting final verdict at the Supreme Court, no teacher has the right to punish female pupils for wearing hijab. The Appeal Court in the case clearly states that wearing hijab by students, whether within or outside the school premises was a fundamental Human Right entrenched in the constitution.
“It is important to notify you that we will not allow further lawlessness and flagrant disregard for rule of law to stay after this circular. The circular would also help to stop the abuse of rights which could have degenerated into crisis or violence that may lead to the disruption of activities in schools in our dear state.
“We commend this intervention aimed at calling teachers, principals and tutor general to order. This circular approving wearing of hijab by students on their school uniform within and outside school premises, will ensure peace and order in our schools and stability in the state’s education system.”
Ashafa subsequently encouraged female Muslim students to be confident, smart and neat while putting on the hijab.
“We hereby call on female muslim students to enjoy their rights without fear of molestation. While exhibiting their rights, they should remain law abiding and be good ambassadors of the religion of peace,” he added.
He congratulated Muslims in the state and islamic organisations for ensuring that Muslims are not denied their rights
The circular read in part: “Since the case of the use of Hijab in Lagos State is still pending in the Supreme court of Nigeria, status quo be maintained, to avoid contempt of the court, that is students be allowed to wear Hijabs on school uniforms but same must be short, smart, neat and in the same colour of the uniform (skirt).
“Furthermore, schools management are advised to downplay comments and disciplinary actions on the use of smart Hijabs until the final determination of the case by Supreme Court.
“No student should be discriminated against in any form on the basis of religion.
“All principals and teachers must be sensitized to comply accordingly. You are enjoined to adhere strictly to these recommendations.”

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Mo Abudu is the latest celebrity recipient of a honorary doctorate degree.

Mo Abudu has added another feather to her cap as she bags a doctorate degree from the University of Westminster.
The media mogul took to her Instagram page to post photos from the induction ceremony. She was full of praises to the university for the honourary doctorate degree for her contribution in broadcasting and enterprise in Nigeria.
She wrote,
“I would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to the University of Westminster for awarding me with an honorary degree of Doctor of Arts, in recognition of my  contributions to broadcasting and enterprise in Nigeria. My second honorary degree! . It is really exciting to be recognised for doing what you love. I am so humbled and grateful.
“Lord I remain Grateful and thankful in your presence always . I thank  the EbonyLife team, partners, friends (my bestos ) and last but not the least my family who continue to give me all the moral support and prayers that continue to keep me going, even when things get tough. #ifyoucanthinkityoucandoit”.
Congratulations to Mo Abudu as she gets another recognition for her achievements and contributions towards broadcasting and media business. Mo Abudu’s success in the media industry was recently recognised as she was named one of Britains 100 most influential and powerful blacks.

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Image result for Comedian Ajebo’s wife bags a first class from Bowen University
Popular Nigerian comedian, Ajebo is celebrating his wife, Uchenna Kalu Erem, who has just bagged a First Class Honors, in Statistics from, Bowen University, Osun state.

Ajebo took to his Instagram page to celebrate her, has he thanked God for having a brilliant and beautiful wife. He wrote;
I’m so proud of you wifey.. The maths way I no know, God you don collect am for 2 of Us.
Ajebo’s wife bags

Ajebo’s wife bags

Ajebo’s wife bags

Ajebo’s wife bags

Saturday, November 10, 2018

A Twitter user has accused a food vendor in charge of the school feeding programme of starving kids while taking the food meant for them to her home.
The tweep, identified as Odudu Johnson said the food vendor, who serves food to children of QIC primary school in Ika LGA, Akwa Ibom, serves only half the meal to children then takes the rest home, leaving a lot of the kids hungry
So today i almost got into a fight with the food vendor in charge of the school feeding campaign in my LG . Went home for something and I decided to chk things up for myself. Woman shares half the food cooked and takes the rest home even when the kids are still hungry .
“I dragged her that she must share everything from to till FG decides to stop the SCH feeding campaign. If we don’t stand up against impunity, we will blame the government till the world comes to an end.
“I’ve pictures and video evidence of the inferno but I don’t want to publicize it yet”.
The National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme (NHGSFP) reached out to Mr Johnson to enquire where this atrocity is going on, so they can look into it.Mr Johnson was also commended by other twitter users on his involvement in implementation of national policies.
The National Home-Grown School Feeding Programme is a Nigerian Government-led, cost-effective school feeding programme that uses farm produce locally grown, to feed pupils. The programme is meant to tackle poverty and improve the health and education of children

Friday, November 9, 2018

Image result for 2Baba’s son, Justin Idibia, bags award for academic success in the United States (Photos)
2Face Idibia’s son, Justin Idibia has been awarded over his academic brilliance in USA, and his mother Pero, was there to support her boy.
Justin Idibia bags award
Nigerian R&B singer, Innocent Idibia, popularly known as 2Face Idibia, is one lucky and proud father as his second son, Justin Idibia, who schools in Howard County, United States, has just bagged the ‘Black Students Achievement Award’ for academic success.
Justin’s mum, Pero shared the good news and photos from the event on her Instagram page and wrote, “Thank you Justin for making me so proud. You are destined for greatness. God’s special gift to me. My son Agaba’idu, my heart, my joy, my everything.

I couldn’t have missed this for anything in the world. Love you Son. Black students achievement award for academic success.”
See more photos below;
Justin Idibia bags award
Justin Idibia bags award

129 inmates of the Enugu Maximum Security Prison of the Nigeria Prison Service (NPS) will sit for the National Examination Council (NECO) November/December examination.
The NPS Public Relations Officer in Enugu, Chukwuemeka Monday, made this disclosure in a statement issued in Enugu yesterday.

Mr Monday said the Deputy Controller of Prison, Ibrahim Usman, confirmed that the number was the highest since inception of the prison centre for the examination.

Afeez Oyetoro, popularly known as Saka, is best known for his hilarious roles in some Nollywood movies. He is also an advertiser’s delight.
In fact, the memory of his role in a 2013 MTN advert, which was the subject of a prolonged debate around the country, still remains fresh in the minds of many Nigerians.
An actor best known for his extraordinary gift of clowning, Oyetoro has appeared in several films, including Wedding Party and Ojukokoro.
Yet, unknown to many of his fans, he is as much a hardworking and committed academic who teaches drama at the Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Ijanikin in Lagos State, as he is a talented comic actor.
Although he was aware that most people wished that he would give up one for the other, the actor, who only just finished his tenure as the Head of the Department of Theatre Arts at the institution, said, in an interview with a Punch correspondent, that he had no plan to quit teaching for a full-blown career in film acting.
He said, “There is little or no difference between teaching and acting. I enjoy doing both. When you teach in the classroom, you are officially disseminating information. It is almost the same thing as what an actor does on stage or in a film. An actor entertains and at the same time, passes a message to his audience.
“My work as a teacher of theatre arts enhances my practical methodology. When I go outside the classroom to act in a movie or on stage, I gain additional experience and bring back it to the classroom. Such experience enhances my teaching methodology.”
Asked if his superiors at AOCOED ever had cause to complain about his repeated absence from the classroom, Oyetoro said he had been fortunate to work under a management team that gave its employees enough room for self-development.
“The management of the college of education where I work is a progressive one that encourages the members of its staff to go out and develop themselves.  The management will not complain as long as whatever we do does not interfere with the academic work. That is why most of the time I do all the things I do outside the classroom during the holidays or at the weekend. So, if I go outside the institution and come back, I am adding value to what I teach in the classroom.”
“I spend my time judiciously, even outside the classroom. When I am not teaching, especially during my annual leave or the holidays, it is either I am relaxing abroad or I am busy on location somewhere,” he said.
Having paid his dues in the entertainment industry, the actor expressed the desire to start something worthwhile on his own.  “I have been making some moves for some time now. I am currently working on a television drama series and a movie. I hope to get them ready by the first quarter of 2019. I hope there will be enough support. But, whatever be the case, they will be released next year.”
In addition to the works in progress, Saka, in a rare collaboration with fellow lecturers and students of the Theatre Arts department at AOCOED, has concluded the recording of two full-blown programmes for TV.

Robbers kill NDU student because of phone (Photos)Seiyefa Fred, a student of the Niger Delta University, was, last night, shot dead by some robbers trying to snatch her phone.Seiyefa had stepped out at Amaranta, Yenegoa, Bayelsa State, to buy Suya for her mom. .
However, while returning, she was accosted inside their compound and shot dead while struggling with the robbers, who thereafter left with her phone.

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Image result for Malaria kills corps member, one month to passing out.The Kwara state division of the National Youth Service Corps is in mourning over the death of its member.
The Kwara State corps member identified as Alswell Daniel, allegedly lost his life to malaria.
Daniel, a graduate of the Ignatius Ajuru University Of Education Portharcourt, Rivers State, died yesterday. He was meant to finish his service by next month.

May his soul rest in peace.

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Image result for Two university students fall into river and drown while taking photographs.Two university students have died after they fell into a river while taking photographs.
Mr Derick Ouka and Ms Sharlet Atieno went out on Saturday to Siaya town in Kenya for a photo shoot on the bank of River Yala together with two other friends.
While there, Ms Atieno, a first-year student at Bondo Technical Training Institute, posed for photos on the rocks as Mr Ouka, a second-year student at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, snapped pictures of her. Suddenly, Ms Atieno slipped and fell into the river.

At first, her friends thought it was a prank and they burst out laughing. When she didn’t surface, Mr Ouka dived in to rescue her but he drowned too.
The two friends with them, Ms Beatrice Stephanie Atieno, a Kabianga University student, and Steven Omondi tried to save the pair all to no avail.
Steven Omondi who witnessed the incident said:
I jumped into the river too and got hold of Sharlet but she slipped and disappeared.
The search for the two bodies, which began on Saturday afternoon, was still going on as at Monday evening.
Mr Ouka’s mother, Jacinta Adhiambo was taken to Avenue Hospital in Kisumu when she fainted after receiving the news of the drowning.

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Image result for Female corps member’s photo has tongues wagging onlineThe photo of this female corp member is causing quite a stir on social media for an obvious reason – taking a harmless selfie while she’s in her NYSC uniform, her shirt didn’t seem to fit her perfectly and it’s all thanks to her ample bosoms.
The quite lovely lady has everyone talking about her after she shared the selfie on social media and some even made a joke out the inscription on her shirt directly on her bosoms “connecting naija youths“.

Indeed, what she has on her chest literally can connect lots and lots of Nigerian youths… Lol

Sunday, November 4, 2018

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has ordered its members across the country to commence an indefinite industrial action.
This followed a meeting of leaders of the union on Sunday at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, the Ondo State capital.
ASUU commences indefinite nationwide strike
The National President of ASUU, Professor Abiodun Ogunyemi, told reporters that the union took the decision due to the poor funding of universities in the country.

He consequently directed all members of the union across various universities to withdraw their services, stressing that the strike would be total and indefinite.
More to follow…

Her royal majesty, Olori Badirat Olaitan Ajoke Adeyemi, Queen of Oyo kingdom, The last wife of the Alaafin of Oyo has summoned the man accused of se xually abusing a secondary school student, to the palace for questioning.
She took to her Instagram page to thank all her well wishers on her birthday and to also announce that she ordered the palace aide to summon the molester.

She wrote,
“Thank you all for wishing me yesterday.. I love you all..
Concerning the girl that was molested by her neighbour, before posting it here on IG, I have send the palace Aide to get the man immediately that day. I promise I will update you.. Thanks for those that encourage me and thanks to those that criticize me… I love you all..
Who’s Counting Down to the BIG 30???
Eiye and Aiye confraternities clash has claimed the lives of two students of the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State.
According to report, the incident occurred, last night, at Right Link Villa, Okanlawon Street. In the end, two Eiye members were hacked to death and their hands chopped off as a sign that they were killed by the Aiyes… 
WAEC Headquarters In Ghana Has No Record Of Buhari’s Certificate - Reno Omokri
After  the presentation of attestation certificate to President Buhari by the Registrar of West African Examination Council (WAEC) in Abuja, former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri has described the development as pure garbage, maintaining that President Buhari has no WAEC certificate
Omokri who said this on his viral Facebook page said even the Headquarters of WAEC had confirmed in 2015 that it had no record of Buhari as one who had written its exams.

According to him, “The Headquarters of The West African Examination Council (WAEC) is in Ghana. They are immune to political control by President Muhammadu Buhari. In 2015, Move On Nigeria wrote WAEC Headquarters and they said they have no record of Buhari’s certificate. Also, University of Cambridge confirmed that they did not use the alphanumeric grading system in 1961 which appears in Buhari’s ‘certificate’