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Sunday, March 17, 2019

Image result for Graduate celebrates with his mom at the market after passing out of NYSCA youth corper named Godspower Asuquo passed out recently and he went to the market to celebrate the achievement with his mother.








Meanwhile, The son of President Muhammadu Buhari, Yusuf , has come under attack over his completion of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Nigerians react after Yusuf Buhari received NYSC certificate at home
Many Nigerians have reacted after Yusuf, son of President Muhammadu Buhari, received his NYSC discharge certificate at home.

Yusuf Buhari just completed his national youth service and was among the Batch ‘A’ corps members that passed out on Thursday.
A picture of Yusuf being handed his own certificate at home by an NYSC official appeared on social media on Friday, attracting different reactions from Nigerians.
Many of them were not impressed by the home delivery service of the certificate to the President’s son while some few others don’t see anything wrong in that.
See reactions below;
@chosensomto – Yusuf Buhari matter, I maintain that most of the sycophants raging “Sai Buhari” , have more integrity than Buhari.
The same Yusuf that bought over 100 million Naira worth of motorbikes for himself and his friend, and hid it trom his thieving Father. #MrIntegrityMyFoot
@Ody_johnson – “Next Level” yen yen yen yen
“Integrity” yen yen yen yen
Here’s ‘Yusuf Buhari’, your Mr integrity’s son receiving his Discharge Certificate at home .
Also remember he graduated from the University of Surrey, Guildford …
Living within your means kill you people there
@sadeeqmusa_ – Yall saying Yusuf buhari did nt attend any camp yen yen yen better stfu. Where were u when davido was in camp today and abroad tomorrow? Is there another camp there we dnt knw abt?
@JohnFanimokun – The people that kept mute when Davido was breaking rules and laws set by the NYSC are the ones lamenting over Yusuf Buhari’s POP picture.
I always trust our dear Wailers to always set different standards to nourish their partisan minds.
Hypocrites!!!
@UMARUBERNARD – All of you calling Out Yusuf Buhari una weldon oh!!! So you expect him to Pass tru all those stress alongside U!!! Biko forget integrity if U r in his shoes U won’t even wear the Khaki but he did
@Onyema_Donald – I still doubt if Yusuf Buhari finished NYSC in less than one year. Social Media got photos of him serving around late 2018, how are we sure he wasn’t serving before his photos appeared online?

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

OUI student busted after staging her kidnap with her boyfriend (Video)A 300 level student of the Oduduwa University, Ile Ife, Osun State, has been busted after she staged her own abduction with her boyfriend and demanded a ransom of N14m from her adoptive mother.
According to reports, the money had already been paid before the bubble was burst when the said boyfriend went to a herbalist, allegedly, to use Faith for rituals, but the man reported to the police and the boy was arrested.
It was after the arrest that the suspect confessed to the fake kidnapping, prompting Faith’s adoptive mother to storm the school, today, to get her arrested also. .
It was gathered that the lady took the suspect as her child after she lost her mom. Investigation also revealed that she has already given her school fees to the said boyfriend.
Watch the video below;
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Tuesday, March 5, 2019

80-year-old woman enrolls in Primary OneAn 80-year-old woman has enrolled in Primary One at Jesus is King Nursery and Primary School in Bugandalo Village, Ibulanku Sub-county in Bugweri District, Uganda, with an aim of becoming a teacher.
Ms Maria Obonyo, a farmer, said after enduring a lot of ‘suffering and ridicule’, she decided to go to school to learn how to speak and write in English.
“I decided to enrol at the school because I lost all my relatives and there was nobody to take care of me. I am determined to study until I graduate from Makerere University as a teacher,” she told Daily Monitor.
Should Ms Obonyo complete her school cycle, she will be 96 by then.
Ms Obonyo, however, says she currently faces a myriad of challenges, notably being unable to meet her school fees amounting to Shs35,000 per term.
“I also need a better structure to sleep in because I am currently staying with the village LC1 chairman, Mr Twaha Magero,” she says.
According to Mr Magero, Ms Obonyo’s decision to enrol for Primary One at such an age is an eye-opener to her agemates and those who had dropped out of school to resume.
The director of the school, Ms Stella Tayona, says Ms Obonyo enrolled at her school in Baby Class in 2015 and graduated from Top Class last year.
“She is a hardworking pupil who never misses classes and is social to fellow classmates,” Ms Tayona says, adding that the school currently foots most of her basic scholastic requirements although she is seeking help from well-wishers.
The school’s head teacher, Ms Olivia Kwagala, says Ms Obonyo has made the school proud by studying at such an age and is confident she will complete Primary Seven.
“She is also so eager to learn how to append her signature on a document,” Ms Kwagala adds.

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Image result for Professor helps student carry his baby during classes.Social media users are bowing in awe and respect for a professor who was pictured helping one of his male student carry his baby during classes.
According to the Twitter user who shared the photo, the professor offered to help his student carry his baby so he can take good notes and be less distracted while in class.

The user wrote,
Student came to class today with his child due to no babysitter or anybody to watch her while he was in class.
My professor NATHAN ALEXANDER said “I’ll hold her so you can take good notes!” #HBCU #morehouse #Respect

Thursday, February 28, 2019


The 19 year old boy,Daniel Usma who was killed  during last Saturday’s election has been buried amid tears.


A Facebook user, Emmy Nduka shared the sad photos from his burial and wrote;
Had you know, u would have stay in your room resting on that election Saturday instead of coming out to vote, now what you came out for was rigged, and now you are no more. Gun down for no reason, God knows.
Nigeria is not worth dying for.
Great mathematician, physics guru.
Farewell bro.


Friends mourn as FUO graduate commits suicide ahead of her NYSCEbiere Asu, a 2018 English and Communication graduate of the Federal University, Otuoke, is dead. According to her friends, she took her own life on Tuesday, February, 26, 2018, after battling depression.
Ebiere, who was meant to proceed on her NYSC in March, allegedly locked herself up in the toilet and was later found dead after the door was forced open.


Tuesday, February 26, 2019

2019 Election: Corps member thanks the colleague that saved her during the violence in Bonny, Rivers StateFakorede Bukola, has taken to her Instagram page to express profound gratitude to a fellow corps member, Adaji Muhammed, who saved her during the crisis that erupted while elections took place in Bonny, Rivers state last Saturday, February 23rd
A picture of Fakorede being carried by Muhammed went viral last weekend as news of the crisis spread on social media.
Taking to her Instagram page to thank Muhammed, Fakorede wrote;
”I am using this medium to inform the general public on the trending pics of a Corp member that many blogs, TV channels etc tagged dead in their major headlines that I am alive and fine..please ignore anyone who says I am dead. Thanks…….And to my hero @adajimuhammed ,I can’t thank u enough but I know God will reward you. THANK YOU


Sunday, February 24, 2019

Female Corps member caught in the bush destroying ballot papers in Imo (Photos)A Nigerian man identified as Oke Tunde, has taken to social media to share photos of a female Corps member who was allegedly caught destroying ballot papers after yesterday’s election in Ndiuloukwu Umuowere, Imo State.
Sharing the below photos, he wrote;
“From Ndiuloukwu Umuowere Imo State! How much were you given to subvert the will of your fellow Nigerians? Leaders of tomorrow indeed! Shameful!”




Friday, February 22, 2019

Popular Owerri ‘Mad Man’ Graduated From A University In USA. (Photos)Report has it that the popular Owerri ‘mad man’ turned a political commentator, who is known for speaking on the political situation in Imo state, is a graduate.
According to media personnel, IfeanyiCy Njoku, the man who has mental challenge and speaks English fluently, graduated from a prestigious University in the United States of America, USA.
It was learnt that Dr Linus Okorie, a Leadership development coach, motivational speaker and candidate of the Young Progressive Party, YPP ran into him during his Imo gubernatorial campaign across the 305 INEC wards in the 27 LGA’s of Imo State.


It was through an interaction that Dr. Okorie discovered that the young man graduated from a reputable University in USA, whose family couldn’t manage his mental challenges resulting to his unfortunate current state of health.
Dr. Okorie voluntarily offered to take necessary measures to rehabilitate him back to the saner clime

Friday, February 15, 2019

Image result for Babcock University student attempts suicide all because her boyfriend didn’t get her a Valentine’s giftA 200 Level student of the Department of Public Health, in Babcock University, on Valentine’s night, caused a frenzy in her hostel after she jumped down a 3-storey building over Valentine’s Day gift.
According to her colleagues, the lady decided to attempt suicide after a disagreement with her boyfriend who failed to get her gifts.

The incident happened at the Havilah Gold residence and the victim has since been rushed to the hospital, and is currently unconscious.


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A female corps member identified as Christy Augustine, has shared a love letter she received from a male student at the school she is deployed to.
According to the corps member, the student who gave her the letter is in the junior secondary, class 2 (JSS 2).Sharing the letter to Facebook, Christy Augustine asked if she should punish or advice the student.

She wrote;
“Imagined this fa!
My fellow Ranter’s..
This is one of my students in school, the worst part he is in jss2
And the funniest thing was that,
He walked up to me directly saying… Corper I have a letter for you
After reading this am still confused either to punished him or advice him”.
The letter reads:
Good day Corpa Christy
I love your teaching
I love the way you smile
I love the way you teach
Am in love with you for everything. How I wish you will be coming to your class everytime.
Everytime I use to dream about you, I can not hide it anymore cos my feelings disturbing me
Thanks.


Thursday, December 13, 2018

Three weeks after Abiodun Olabisi, a 23-year-old final year student of Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomosho, was arrested over the alleged murder of her lover, Adegun Lekan, investigation has revealed the motivation behind her action.
According to the Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Odude, the suspect and the deceased, a fresh graduate of the institution awaiting call-up for NYSC, were said to be living together as a ‘couple’ at Phonix Area, Stadium Road, Ogbomosho until the unfortunate incident.

The Oyo State police command, yesterday, paraded her for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend to death. .
Briefing newsmen, Odude, said the suspect was arrested by detectives attached to Owode Ogbomosho Division. “Investigation revealed that the suspect and the deceased were cohabiting in the usual student’s tradition of trial marriage at Phoenix area, Ogbomoso. .
The incident happened on November 21 at about 8:00p.m. following a quarrel arising from petty jealousy.
The victim was stabbed in the chest and was rushed to Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso , but died before he could be attended to,” Odude said, adding that the kitchen knife used in committing the crime has been recovered and the suspect would soon be arraigned in court.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Image result for ‘I will end ASUU strike if elected’ – Atiku saysFormer vice president, Atiku Abubakar, has voiced his concern over the ongoing industrial action by ASUU and promises to end it.

In a statement by the Director of Media and Publicity for the PDP Presidential Campaign Council, Kola Ologbondiyan, Atiku decried the industrial impasses between the Federal Government and labour unions in critical sectors in the country.

The PDP presidential candidate lamented that the situation was altering the future of Nigerians youths and putting families under undue pressure.
“Atiku Abubakar, however, offers hope to the striking lecturers and other agitating labour fronts as he has already set out templates to handle all related issues and ensure an end to incessant labour crisis, ensure industrial harmony and greater productivity in all sectors, immediately he is elected into office as president,” the statement said.
The former vice president stressed the importance of education and youth development to national cohesion, stability, development and economic prosperity.
He stated that he had already ‘articulated a clear and practical roadmap’ towards resolving all issues hampering education in Nigeria in his policy document, which he said embodies the aspiration and wishes of all Nigerians in their overall productive ventures.
“Our candidate has made ample provisions for enhanced welfare packages, research grants, better teaching and learning environment as well as a strong synergy between the union and government towards a harmonious working environment,” the statement revealed further.
Polytechnic Lecturers Begin Nationwide Indefinite Strike Today, As ASUU Strike Lingers On
The Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics has said it is embarking on an indefinite nationwide strike on Wednesday (today). The ASUP National President, Usman Dutse, confirmed this to our correspondent in an interview on Tuesday, saying the strike would go on because the Federal Government had failed to implement the 2009 and 2017 agreements it reached with the union.

Dutse said the contentious areas which necessitated the strike included the non-implementation of the NEEDS assessment report of 2014, non-payment of salaries in many state-owned polytechnics, pension deductions and other statutory deductions from staff salaries.
Our correspondent learnt that the ASUP held its 93rd National Executive Council meeting at the Yaba College of Technology, Lagos State, on November 29, where it was first decided that the strike would begin on December 12.
The ASUP president told our correspondent that the union expected a total compliance in all public polytechnics on the strike, beginning from Wednesday.
Dutse said, “The strike is starting on Wednesday and there is no going back. We expect total compliance in all our polytechnics. December 17 has been fixed for a meeting between the Federal Government’s team and us. The government gave us that date and when we get to the meeting, we will see what is on the table.”

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Image result for FUNAAB final year student dies due to lack of oxygen at FMC AbeokutaA final year student of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, identified as Olaniyi Ashimi, has reportedly died due to lack of oxygen at FMC Abeokuta, Ogun State.
According to Twitter user @sammiee_oj95, the late FUNAAB final year student was rushed to the hospital which also lacks a functioning X-ray machine after an accident. He further disclosed that no one knew the deceased had internal bleeding, and he died due to lack of oxygen at FMC Abeokuta which also had no ambulance to convey him to the hospital he was referred to.

Read the tweet below;
I am tweeting in pain as on Friday I lost a classmate who is a final year student at FUNAAB due to lack of a functional ambulance and #nooxygen at the Federal Medical Center, Abeokuta. Now I still have 5 mates at the same facility…
@MBuhari this people have not been attended to by no one even a nurse in the last 24 hours. This is the lives of Nigerian students at stake. Asides the lack of up to date facilities @ FMC Idi AAbeokuta, there is also a lack of personnel in the complex.
@MBuhari these students would not be in this situation if the Abeokuta to Ibadan road was not a narrow one. Not only is it narrow it is also in a deplorable state. Guys you need to see this road. They had an accident on that road on their way from a conference.
@MBuhari it is so appalling that a federal road is just one lane not just that it is saddening there is no ambulance and #nooxygen in a Federal hospital too. Pls let’s t now to save the others in very critical conditions.
Upon getting to FMC we met the following: 1.Fmc has no functioning xray machine.. crazy right.. 2. They couldn’t even do a proper thorough scan/test for an accident victim…
No tests no scan they continued. For 24 hours no one knew Niyi had an internal bleeding until Friday and he had to be referred to UCH but FMC had no ambulance and worse off #nooxygen to move him to Ibadan… After hours we found a way to move him.

FG, ASUU reach partial agreement
The Federal Government and the striking Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have reached a partial agreement. Dr Chris Ngige, the Minister of Labour and Employment, announced this after a reconciliation meeting on Monday in Abuja
Ngige said the meeting was aimed at finding ways of ending the strike, which commenced on Nov. 5.
He said: “we have finished our deliberation for today. I am happy to report that we touched some areas of understanding in implementation from the Memorandum of Action which we agreed to in 2017.
“Some of these areas we have substantial compliance and some other areas have not been fully dealt with.
“Like the issue of shortfall in salaries of some Federal Universities’ workers and lecturers, ASUU has given a list to the Accountant-General’s Office and we have agreed that by Wednesday that list should be cross-checked by the Presidential Initiative on Continuous Auditing.
“So, the Accountant-General’s Office is to get back to us by Wednesday.
“We also have the issue of Earned allowances, revitalisation, these are issues of 2009 agreement and partial implementation and we have agreed on the modus operandi to look into the fund situation, this is due to low revenue on the part of government. ”
Ngige added that the government was sure to have good information for the striking lecturers.
He said the same situation applied to other allowances, adding: “we have agreed on what we are going to do to make sure that the outstanding amount is handled in a way that all parties will be properly accommodated.
“We also discussed the issue of state universities and agreed also that even if education is on the concurrent list, the universities should be properly funded and staffed so that we do not produce half-baked students from those universities.
“In realisation of this the Ministry of Education will set up a committee, that would engage the Nigeria Governors’ Forum, and the Minister of Education has taken steps in that direction to formalise the interaction.
“Thus discussion  are fruitful and we do hope that in the next adjourned date we would have had the requisite result on the few agreements reached today,” he said. The minister said he hoped with the agreement reached that the union would call off the strike in order for students to go back to school and those who had exams could go and take their exams.
He said the next meeting would be at 4p.m. on Dec. 17. Also speaking, Prof. Abiodun Ogunyemi, ASUU National President, said they had a useful discussion.
“Our own understanding is that we heard promises made on the part of government, we shall await the report on all the issues, which they have made the promises.
“Only after that, we can get back to our members to take a decision,” NAN quoted him as saying.

Monday, December 10, 2018

Students of Madonna University Okija have been asking the school management to help renovate some of their dilapitated hostels for a while now, but it seems nothing has been done about it. Photos showing how bad and unhealthy the school hostels look have since gone viral on social media. A Facebook user identified as Nwankwo Ogbonna took to the platform to speak about the deplorable state of hostels in some Nigerian Universities and how it affects the students. Read below. "This is why most Nigerian graduates are useless and unproductive because they are the products of their environments. This is the deplorable state of the almighty Madonna university Okija hostels, a private university for that matter and one of the expensive Universities in Nigeria. Despite the huge fees collected by the school the management can not create a conducive learning environment for their students. And these graduates and undergraduates of the school don't see anything wrong in these things that's why they can live here happily and suffering . Our people have lost it all , that is why private schools should not be left in the hands of Nigerian individuals because they are like church owners now , just make money and return nothing , is very pathetic ,for these dilapidated and pig like hostels are not fit to house humans
Students of Madonna University Okija have been asking the school management to help renovate some of their dilapitated hostels for a while now, but it seems nothing has been done about it.

Photos showing how bad and unhealthy the school hostels look have since gone viral on social media. A Facebook user identified as Nwankwo Ogbonna took to the platform to speak about the deplorable state of hostels in some Nigerian Universities and how it affects the students. Read below.
“This is why most Nigerian graduates are useless and unproductive because they are the products of their environments.
This is the deplorable state of the almighty Madonna university Okija hostels, a private university for that matter and one of the expensive Universities in Nigeria. Despite the huge fees collected by the school the management can not create a conducive learning environment for their students.
And these graduates and undergraduates of the school don’t see anything wrong in these things that’s why they can live here happily and suffering .
Our people have lost it all , that is why private schools should not be left in the hands of Nigerian individuals because they are like church owners now , just make money and return nothing , is very pathetic ,for these dilapidated and pig like hostels are not fit to house humans.


Saturday, December 8, 2018


The National Youth Service Corps has revealed that popular artiste, David Adeleke, aka Davido, was sanctioned for violating camp rules during the mandatory three-week orientation camp, Saturday PUNCH has learnt.
Top sources in the NYSC told Punch correspondents that for “absconding” from the camp during the orientation camp, the Corps had to “dekit” the artiste, which brought to an end his participation in the 2018 Batch ‘B’ Stream II in Lagos State, where he had been posted.
The source said,
“The NYSC was constrained to “dekit” Davido for violating the rules guiding conduct and activities in the camp. As a matter of fact, he absconded because he was away from the camp without permission. That prompted the Corps to issue him a query which was sent from Abuja. So, he is no longer a serving corps member.”
The artiste, violated many of the scheme’s regulations.

Other NYSC bylaws violated by Davido include bringing vehicles into the orientation camp; disclosing official information; engaging in private practice; taking part in partisan politics and reporting late for duty.
However, it was also gathered that he may be remobilised for the scheme.
While replying to a post on Instagram during the week, the artiste had said that his NYSC programme had been terminated. He later deleted the comment from the post made by a friend.

Image result for Buhari approves NYSC, Law School for NOUN graduates.President Muhammadu Buhari has assented to the National Open University Amendment Act, to allow the institution to operate as all other universities in the country.
Apparently, with this assent, the graduates of the NOUN can now participate in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) and the Nigerian Law School.

Presidential Assistant on National Assembly (Senate), Senator Ita Enang announced the assent of the President while addressing State House reporters in Abuja.
“President Buhari has also assented to National Open University Amendment Act, which allows the National Open University to operate as all other universities, having the same power and functions and the same administrative structures eliminating possible discrimination as some use to want to have on its products and programmes.
“It has also allowed the establishment of some centers to be called study centers and given conditions for the establishment of such study centers,” he said.
The National Assembly had passed a bill for An Act to Amend the National Open University Act Cap N6 LFN 1983 (Amendment) Bill 2017’.

NYSC Sanctions Davido for Violated Many of the Scheme’s Rules
The National Youth Service Corps has sanctioned popular artiste, David Adeleke, aka Davido, for violating camp rules during the mandatory three-week orientation camp, Saturday PUNCH has learnt. Top sources in the NYSC told one of our correspondents that for “absconding” from the camp during the orientation camp, the Corps had to “dekit” the artiste, which brought to an end his participation in the 2018 Batch ‘B’ Stream II in Lagos State, where he had been posted.

The source said, “The NYSC was constrained to “dekit” Davido for violating the rules guiding conduct and activities in the camp. As a matter of fact, he absconded because he was away from the camp without permission. That prompted the Corps to issue him a query which was sent from Abuja. So, he is no longer a serving corps member.”
The artiste, our correspondent gathered, violated many of the scheme’s regulations. Other NYSC bylaws violated by Davido include bringing vehicles into the orientation camp; disclosing official information; engaging in private practice; taking part in partisan politics and reporting late for duty.
However, it was also gathered that he may be remobilised for the scheme. While replying to a post on Instagram during the week, the artiste had said that his NYSC programme had been terminated. He later deleted the comment from the post made by a friend.
Meanwhile, Articles 2 and 15 under the Code of Conduct subtitle in the NYSC Bylaws (Revised in 2011) state that every corps member shall not leave orientation camp without the written permission from the state coordinator, and every member shall not bring vehicles or motorcycles into the orientation camp.
The articles, however, stated that any member found guilty of violating these provisions, among other provisions, will be liable to be decamped and sent out of camp.
Section 15 (ii) added, “Any member who brings vehicles or motorcycles to camp shall not be registered, and if already registered, shall be decamped.”
The NYSC Director of Information, Adenike Adeyemi, who told Saturday PUNCH, in a response to an enquiry, that the Corps had communicated with the popular musician over his activities during his service year, however, did not say what punishment had been meted out to him for breaking several bylaws.
Davido’s enrolment for the NYSC had created a stir, as he became the cynosure of all eyes at the Iyana Ipaja, Lagos orientation camp when he arrived for registration in August 2018. He had also posted pictures of himself in the NYSC kit on Instagram, as other corps members in Batch ‘B’ Stream II swarmed him at the camp. Just afterwards, Davido left the camp and began a series of violation of the rules of the service.
Our correspondent observed from his Instagram page that just after a few days in the camp, he travelled to Boston, Massachusetts, as he embarked on a tour of the United States. He thereby violated the Section 2 of the bylaw, which says all corps members must participate in all activities in the camp.
It could not be ascertained if he did not violate the second law, which stated that corps members leaving the orientation camp should get the written permission of the state coordinator. But the Assurance crooner did not stop at Boston, as he also visited Philadelphia, New York, Washington DC, Georgia, Minnesota, London, Sao Tome, Accra, Mayotte, Lebanon, UAE, among others.Davido, within the period, was also actively involved in the electioneering of his uncle, Ademola Adeleke, the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the Osun State September 22 election. For weeks, the artiste shuttled between Lagos State, where he was based, and Osun State, where the election held.
But the NYSC law not only prohibited participation in partisan politics, it also said corps members should not leave their place of primary assignments without the permission of their state coordinators. Davido’s manager, Asa Asika, declined comment, saying he does not speak to the press.