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Saturday, October 31, 2015

this pretty student of uniabja took to her instagram page to share this and deleted immediately and she has been on twitter trending with this photos



In the night of August 13, 2015 – around 12 midnight – Bimbola (not real name) and her roommate returned from a night reading class in preparation for their forthcoming exam in November, locked their room and were about to sleep when they heard their hostel mates jamming their doors, screaming and walking up the hostel stairs.
Before they knew what was happening, some men were at their door and expectedly, they forced the door open.
“Come out now or we will kill you!”
With fear and trembling, Bimbola and her roommate did their bidding.
Three hefty fearful-looking men, clad in black polos and jeans, armed with guns, machetes and axes
had stormed their hostel – located in the Under G Area of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Oyo State – and demanded that all the students, both male and female, should gather in one room.
While one of the hoodlums stayed with the students, pointing guns at them should they ‘misbehave,’ the other two locked the entrance to the hostel, ransacked all rooms one after the other, stole the students’ laptops, money, debit cards, tablets and mobile phones.
But even after stealing all their property, the robbers were not done. The next command they gave the students was what Bimbola has not yet gotten over with.
She narrated her painful, unimaginable and dehumanising ordeal to PUNCH Metro in a very tearful interview last Monday. The dry white handkerchief she was holding was soaked with tears after trying to stop weeping for a while, but couldn’t resist it.
She told Punch:
“They raped some girls in our presence, but not only that, they asked us to start having sex with ourselves. They called from among us a guy and a girl and asked them to have sex with themselves, right in everybody’s presence. They threatened to use their weapons on us if we didn’t cooperate.
Then they asked all of us to strip naked. Since it was in the night, most of us ladies already had only our night gowns on, while most of the guys were just putting on boxers. They said we should all be naked. When they were satisfied, they called another pair of students to do the same thing and told everybody to watch.
For about three hours, they dehumanised us, humiliated us. Unfortunately, nobody in the next hostel knew what was going on; if anyone knew, they would have helped us to call the police or the Student Union Government officials.”
But what was more pathetic about Bimbola’s story was that she didn’t just witness the whole action; she was also asked to have sex with a guy she never dated.

“Everything happened like it was a dream. They pointed at a guy I knew as my junior and asked him to do ‘it’ with me. When I refused, they slapped me and I fell. I had no option than to do it. I looked at my roommate and she was already shedding tears for me. How humiliated I was!” she cried.
She continued:
 “It was not a night to remember. I wish I could erase it from my memory. My friend and I returned to the hostel that night after reading in the school because our exam is fast approaching. If I knew something like that would happen, I would have stayed in the school till the morning, but I needed to prepare for the following day’s work. I had just finished having a shower when my roommate and I observed something was wrong. There was no light, so we couldn’t see properly, but we observed that our hostel mates were all jamming their doors at some men’s command.
“They cramped all of us in one of the rooms upstairs and we were all frightened. My parents are not yet aware of this incident and I don’t wish to share it with anyone again. I only agreed to speak to you because my friend here encouraged me to and I feel something should be done by the authorities concerned to stop this barbarism. I know I’ll be fine soon.”
Since July when they resumed for the semester, the students of LAUTECH have been witnessing robbery attacks and rape by the same set of unknown men – who call themselves ‘Three MOPOLs’ each time they barge into their victims’ hostels.
Though the institution is non-residential, individuals and private organisations provide accommodation for the students around the university.
An official of the institution, with whom some of the victims and eyewitnesses had shared their ordeal with, told Saturday PUNCH that they confided in him saying they were asked to have sex with other female students during the robbery operations.
“I believe it is more than what meets the eyes. This is not an ordinary robbery. Normal robbers take what they want and leave. They would not ask students to all be in one room, tell them to go unclad, rape the female ones and still tell their victims to have sex with one another. It is a disgusting thing and as a parent myself, I have been unhappy since I started hearing the bad experiences of some of our students,” he said.
The President of the SUG of the institution, Olatunde Bakare, said he had been personally leading a team of student vigilantes since July due to the alleged nonchalant attitude of the police and the school management previously.
The Public Relations Officer of the institution, Mr. Lekan Fadeyi, said the insinuation that the university management didn’t do anything on the rape and robbery incidents was far from the truth. He said the school had, before the incidents, teamed up with landlords of students’ hostels in hiring security officials to patrol the hostels.
He, however, said it was a challenge providing security for the over 4,000 students of the institution, being a non-residential one.

Saturday, October 10, 2015
I just graduated and the next phase of my education is to serve my country for one year, but i later realised that if i am given an opportunity to select a state to serve for my NYSC i won't even know what to say because i don't even know the best states that will be a huge advantage to a corper . In order for me to be able to make a good choice on the states i decided to do a little digging on this topic , i didn't do this for myself alone but for the sake of other corpers like me .

For the sake of those students graduating this year and the once that has graduated and preparing for their NYSC services ( National Youth Service Corps) i have compilled this list of Best States For NYSC In Nigeria. Graduating from school is one thing but making choice of the best Nigeria cities or state to serve is another thing . The esssense of this article is to guilde students going for their NYSC service the best states and cities to serve considering factors like security , standard of living and pay (also called ALAWI).
Best 5 States to serve in Nigeria And They Are The Hishest Paying States

2. Lagos
5. Anambra
6. Rivers
7. Abuja
8. Osun
9. Akwa Ibom
10. Cross River
11. Osun
12. Ekiti
13. Ekiti State
14. Delta
15. Abia

Friday, October 9, 2015

The report says this actually happened in A ghanian university hostel. After this two did the dirty thing.. The girl was foolish enough to keep the video somewhere open on her phone.

It was said that it was her roommate that mistakenly saw this on her phone and she started showing others.. And the video went wild all over the school.


Three secondary (high School students) who their photo appear above were pictured  in front of their hostel half n ked and is making the rounds online.

Nobody has been able to determine what their intention was but we say that this is totally 'un-Nigerian'. and we wish our kids go to school to study and not engage in 'near por nography'

Thursday, October 8, 2015

unn female student-omogist
Just for fame?

The popular student of UNN released these photos recently, tell us what you think? Meanwhile, See Image below

Anxiety at the weekend enveloped Abraka metropolis in Delta State when a suspected insane man identified as Theophilus (surname withheld) allegedly raped 22-year-old female student of the state-owned university, DELSU, when she went to get some money at a popular ATM unit.

Reports said the suspect emerged from the bush close to the ATM unit unseen by unsuspecting persons waiting to the withdraw money and allegedly pounced on the victim, identified Ejiro (surname withheld), dragged her into the bush. Her attempt to raise the alarm failed.

  It was gathered that bank customers had thought it was a child’s play until the man beat off the girl’s struggle and pulled down her skirt. The victim was said to have been rescued by passers-by who heard her calling for help.

The suspected was said to have held on to his prey even as he was being beaten with hands and sticks by the angry mob that ran to the place.

Elder brother of the victim who spoke to our correspondent, Mike Oke, said the suspect was dragged to the police station where it was reported that he had been sick in the past. It was learnt that this particulary assault was not his first time as security agents had chased him out of an uncompleted building where he used to stay and carry out his evil deeds .

A senior police officer at the station, who did not want his name in the print, told our correspondent that the victim was latter taken to the hospital where she presently had been treated for bruises. He warned female students against

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This is why we keep repeating the same thing, that Our L@dies should try to c@ution themselves and not send v!de0s and p!ctures that sh0ws their b0dy while d0ing !t

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

A 32-year-old islamic teacher identified as Mallam Ibrahim Salley has been smoked out of his hiding place by the police for allegedly abusing children sexually.
He was arrested by the police at his hideout at Asensu Bar in Ashaiman, away from the Valco Flats location where he lived.
A neighbour had expressed concern about the activities of the Mallam (or teacher) but he was asked to provide evidence by the persons to whom he complained. When he finally came out with a pictorial evidence of the man, unclad, as one of the pupils was sucking his man-hood, the picture spread quickly in the neighbourhood


A four-year-old girl bled for eight days after she was allegedly raped by her school bus driver, her grandmother, Mrs. T. Ajose, has said.
Mrs Ajose, a businesswoman, claimed the suspect, Yemi Adesina, committed the act within the school premises.
The suspect, who has been detained at the Panti Police Station in Adekunle, Yaba, Lagos, allegedly had carnal knowledge of the Nursery II pupil in a classroom on September 17.
Mrs Ajose told that The Nation she knew about the incident when she went to fetch her granddaughter after school.
She said:
“When I saw her at the school that afternoon, she looked very dull, so I became curious. I then asked her what the matter was three times. But she repeatedly said that she did not want to go back to the school again. When I asked her why, she said she just wanted to go home. So, at that point, I became worried.”
Mrs Ajose said instead of going home, they went to church, adding:
 “When we got to church, she said she wanted to excrete. But before I could get a potty for her, she had, quite unusual of her, excreted on her body. I noticed that her excrement was mixed with blood. Ha!, fear gripped me! I thought it was probably Jedi jedi (pile). She was behaving strangely. She neither talked nor ate. She just sat in a corner within the church premises. About 20 minutes after, I tried to pet her because she was unusually quiet. But while I carried her on my laps, I noticed that her pant was soaked with blood. I almost passed out. I screamed for help out of fear and confusion.
“When I persuaded her to tell me what happened, she said she had been warned not to tell anyone. I asked her who told her that and she said Uncle Yemi in her school.”
Narrating what transpired between the victim and the suspect, Mrs Ajose quoted her granddaughter as saying:
“He put me on a table, covered my mouth and my face with a piece of cloth and put something inside my bum. But he later cleaned it.“
Ajose, who said she found it hard to believe that her granddaughter had been raped, stated that she rushed the girl to a hospital, where her fear was confirmed.

“The following day, when I got to the school, I shouted on top of my voice. Though my daughter has been attending the school since she was 18 months old, the teachers pretended as if they didn’t know her. Some residents and passersby who heard my cry intervened and, in the process, destroyed some of the school’s property out of anger after listening to my story. Later, we reported the matter at Alagolo Police Station, Ipaja and the Divisional Police Officer (DPO), followed us to the school. Then, my granddaughter showed us the particular classroom where the driver had committed the act. The DPO ordered all the male staff in the school to line up and asked the girl to point at the particular staff member who did that to her. She pointed at Yemi immediately. The DPO re-arranged them four times and she still pointed at the same person. That was how he was arrested and detained at Panti.”
She, however, expressed shock that the school wrote to the Special Anti- robbery Squad (SARS), claiming that those who vandalised the school property caused the death of one of its teachers.
Mrs Ajose said:
 “They wrote in the petition that when residents entered the school’s premises, the teacher fell on a pavement which led to her death. But I was told she slumped in her home on Sallah day while cooking. They never talked about my daughter’s health. They have turned it into a murder case.
“It is really painful. She is the third child of her mother. She has been living with me since she was five months old. Her siblings also live me. I keep wondering what attracted him to my granddaughter. I take her to and from school every day. The man is married and has children. But I don’t know why he could not use any of them for money ritual or whatever he intended to do. The school authorities have also threatened to deal with us, if we don’t drop the case. Why my own granddaughter? I need justice. Good people of Nigeria should please intervene? Why should I lie about this? My granddaughter bled for eight days.”
But, The Nation learnt that the late teacher slumped at her Abesan Estate home in Ipaja, Lagos.
The school’s principal, whose identity could not be ascertained, said she was not authorised to speak on the matter.
The proprietor, Rev. Michael Abodunrin, described the incident as “just an allegation”.
In an interview with The Nation, he said:
“I don’t think I will make any comment because it is just an allegation yet. The case is in court already. Our school was vandalised by some residents on September 18, between 7.30am and 8am in respect of the rape case. The law enforcement agency will do its job.”

If you haven’t seen this then go straight to the next page to w@tch. This is w!ckedness, taking 2 y0ung secondary school g!rls like th!s and r@pin them is just something that’s !ns@ne
We have so many @shewo walking around the street waiting for you to say the word, but they decided to have a taste of school g!rls. W@tch here



Monday, October 5, 2015

This is to inform all 2015/2016 aspirants of Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK) that the merit admission list for 2015/2016
has been released.

Candidates can check their admission status online now.

To check your status

1.Enter Your JAMB Reg Number in the space provided.

2.Click on "Next" to check your admission status.


Sunday, October 4, 2015

The lecturer while chatting with his Female Student on how he could help her improve her grades, totally forgot to turn off his camera and after he discovered what has happened, he deleted the Video from video folder on his laptop but forgot to do same in the recycle bin.

A student who happened to be the girl’s fiance who was meant to help the lecturer format his hard drive found the video in his recycle bin while trying to save important documents before proceeding on the work….

In extreme anger, instead of submitting the video to the school board for disciplinary actions, the student circulated the video amongst students on campus and even went as far as posting it online.
Below are 10 hardest Universities to get into in Nigeria. This article is not to discourage those of prospective students that have chosen the under listed schools as their most preferred universities in JAMB.

It is however, a way to motivate all those who applied for the schools to read harder in the forthcoming Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination. It’s always survival of the fittest!

Hardest Universities to get into in Nigeria. Although not necessarily in this order, among the list of schools in Nigeria that give prospective students tough time are :-

1. University of Ibadan (UI)
2. Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)
3. University of Benin (UNIBEN)
4. University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN)
5. Federal University of Technology Owerri
6. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka (UNIZIK)
7. University of Lagos (UNILAG)
8. University of Calabar (UNICAL)
9. Ahmadu Bello University (ABU)
10. University of Ilorin (UNILORIN)

They just keep firing all manner of girls not knowing the kind of demons these ladies have in them, all in the name of helping them to pass.

A source said this happened in a private University in the Lagos/Ogun axis and the lecturer is not a new comer in the business; meaning he has done it to others girls in his class, especially the ones with empty brains.

7TON won’t disclose their details but this is a caution to both the men and ladies involved, that is not the way to go. You guys could just be toying with your own lives and generation. Be guided!

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Looking at this yansh, reminds me of our Secondary school days when we always looked at our fem@le teacher’s Ukwu whenever sh-e was writing on the board, lol. See another p!c below

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Secondary school girl IN A BOARDING SCHOOL IN EDO STATE decided to share her bod online, upon all our warning yet some girls refuse to learn from other mistake

See photos HERE


Saturday, October 3, 2015

Someone posted this and I decided to share it with you.
During my sojourn in the Ivory Tower, I knew many guys who had their girlfriends stay with them! The truth is that any girl that brings her stuffs to stay in your house in school must have a secrete plan. Now, you ain’t married yet she stays with you in your one-room apartment or probably, a bed-sitter. You may think you are having a swell time, but my guy, let me tell you, you are definitely in for it!!! When a guy allows his girlfriend to stay with him in school, he is bound to do the following 5 foolish things:

1) You spend the hard-earned money of your parents or guardians to rent an apartment and she packs in. She will save the money that has been given to her and use it to better her life! You go dey there dey form ‘married man’  I guess you have never worked for money before so you don’t freaking know what it means to cough out thousands or hundreds of thousands to rent an apartment! I know guys who wouldn’t allow their younger ones stay with them in school, but dem fit pay continuously for an apartment for dem and their girlfriends from 100L to final year. What a pity!!!

2) You start feeding her! Deh say small pikin wey wan carry e papa for shoulder, na big blokos go suffocate am!!!  When you decide to live like a married man, you must also accept the responsibilities of a married man! Simple. How can you be taking care of somebody when you are still being taken care of? I don’t get it. Most girls who find themselves in such position would definitely pray it lasts till they sit for their degree exams! She buys Brazilian hairs, jewelry, shoes, bags, clothes, etc with her up-keep money And you? You use yours to buy breads, fry eggs and make tea for the both of you! Not forgetting that her friends will still come and eat. When will you have sense then?

3) If both of you are in the same dept., you end up doing assignments for her, writing tests and exams for her! Didn’t God give her brain? There’s a high possibility that she would graduate with a 2.1 and you, a 2.2 or a 3rd class because God must surely punish you for cheating and impersonating

4) You lose your privacy and the opportunity to interact and associate with other reasonable, focused and ambitious students on campus! Your friends take precaution before they visit you. You are stuck with just one person. Why do you think young people are always encouraged to reach out to and make friends with members of the opposite sex far from the

time they would be getting married? I ask you, Papa Lotanna!!! Yes, that’s who you are since you have decided to get married in school without the knowledge of your parents. That’s why I still prefer private universities. Things like cohabiting hardly take place!

5) Foolishly thinking that both of you will get married at last! Most of the guys I knew personally in the university who cohabited with their girlfriends were later dumped or jilted after graduation. Reason: those girls would not want to lose their privacy normally living with a guy from 100L to final year but they decided to cohabit to save their resources and live on the guys’ resources I told you, these girls have plans and you are not part of their plans…just one of the steps on the ladder for those plans to be achieved!!! So when will you have sense, I asked again?

Go to school, study very hard, learn a trade or skill as you are schooling. Make adequate plans for life after graduation. Stop making marriage plans with your that babe that cohabits with you. If you do, you do, you either day-dreaming or living in a fool’s paradise! You are free to have girlfriend because you are mature but don’t allow them cohabit with you!

A word is enough for the wise…peace to ya’ all.

This guy is a level 300 student of UNILAG and his Major course on campus is to sleep with girls and snap their n*kked pictures while doing it.

I think God’s mercies should visit mother Nigeria for we are nearing the perishing era. What a nation and its scandals. hmmm. There are more rough photos this guy shared, If you don pass 18 click the pictures below one after the other to see.

Friday, October 2, 2015

The schools I have compiled below were judged based on various variables of which include; Duration, Quality, Tuition, Location, Alumni, Research Pedigree, Journals/Publications, Acceptability of Results, Speed, Age, among others. Even though this may be a subjective research, I have been as objective as I possibly can and I would welcome any observations, corrections and contributions. Learning is a continual process. I hereby present the list as follows:

1. University of Ibadan:
The University of Ibadan is more or else Nigeria's most widely accepted and attended university for Postgraduate Studies. Students from virtually all of West Africa have eyed this school for so long largely because of the name it has garnered for itself. This institution is known for its quality and fast Postgraduate programs in Arts, Sciences, Law, Social Sciences, Agriculture, Pharmacy, Medical Sciences, Business Management, among others. The programs in this school are designed to be dexterous, fast-paced and research-based. Cost of living is quite cheap for students and staff quantity and quality are excellent. Most people believe that UI rests largely on old glory while others believe that if it is not UI, they'll never undertake a PG program. However, UI has its merits and demerits just like any other school but its merits are more and better. Anyone who can ride along with the classic Yoruba city of Ibadan will have no problem schooling in UI. Journals from this school have high impact factors and are recognised authorities.
The tuition and cost of living for both Master and PhD can be placed between NGN100,000-NGN200,000 on the average. Students are also awarded fellowships and teaching/research assistantships in other to ease their financial burden. The duration of the program is a minimum of 3 semesters (18 Months), sometimes it takes less or more depending on the student, the department and the supervisor. The certificate has a high acceptability even in international circles and graduates are doing well as academics, technocrats and politicians.

2. University of Lagos:
The University of Lagos is one of the nation's premier universities. It is a first generation school that has churned out tons of graduates and counting. The school is located in the buzzing city of Lagos, the commercial heart of Nigeria! It is reputed to have some of the best faculty members and programs in the country. The University is notable to have a diverse range of lecturers that cross ethnic barriers hence in this school, one frequently encounters lecturers who are of Igbo, Igala, Nupe, Edo, Urhobo, Hausa, etc ethnic group as opposed to University of Ibadan that has majorly Yorubas as faculty members. UNILAG has a strong alumni body like UI and it has carved a niche for itself in its PG programs. Programs include M.A., MPA, MBA, M.Sc, M.Agric, M.Fishery, M.Tech, M.Ed, Ph.D, etc and the school is renowned for Law, Arts, Sciences, Engineering and Social Sciences.
Tuition and cost of living is high! Infact, UNILAG is considered by many as the most expensive public university in the country. PG students spend an estimated average of NGN400,000-NGN500,000 per year on tuition, accommodation and miscellanies. The duration, however, comes as a succour to the overtly high standard of living. Students spend an average of 12-15 Months if they are serious with their studies. The certificate is widely acceptable in all spheres. Course work is relatively easy! Most students are mandated to learn another language (mostly French).

3. University of Ilorin:
This University seems to find its way into virtually every listing and ranking of Nigerian Universities. The school is known mainly for one thing, SPEED!!! In UNILORIN, 1 Year is 1 Years, sometimes, even less. The school is located in the Yoru-Fula City of Ilorin in Central Nigeria. The school has adequate infrastructure in place and excellent administration. It has cultivated a good maintenance culture and the staff are up and doing. Students look up to UNILORIN for various reasons and these include, above all, the fact that its academic calendar is fast, stringent, unbreakable and unbeatable. However, staff strength cannot be compared to UI or UNILAG. UNILORIN has on the average, 4 Professors in every discipline whereas UI has 6 on the average. Most academic staff in Ilorin are domestically trained by the school itself because of its good retainment policy.
Tuition and cost of living in UNILORIN on the average can be estimated as NGN100,000-NGN150,000 which places the school slightly below Ibadan. The duration is 3 Semester which are run in a Year and at extreme cases, additional 3-5 months. However speed in UNILORIN depends largely in the student and his supervisor. Once dissertation/thesis is approved, the worst is over and candidates will have their degree within the soonest possible time. It should be noted that some departments mandatorily require 18-20 Months in UNILORIN hence adequate fact finding must be carried out by prospective students.

4. University of Benin:
UNIBEN is another great school for Postgraduate studies in SOME departments. The emphasis on the "SOME" here is that some departments are known to have minor glitches that unnecessarily delay programs. These glitches mostly stem from the HOD of such department. However, the PG programs in UNIBEN are superb, fast-paced and solid. The academic staff strength is averaged at 4 Professors per department which is comparable to UNILORIN. Coursework is done fast and teaching/marking quality is moderate. Physical infrastructures are present but many are worn out and the maintenance culture is lacking in UNIBEN. The alumni strength is commendable and the academic staff are mainly Ibadan trained with a few percentage from Lagos and others are internally trained in the school. The impact factors of Journals is low but comparatively higher than most Federal Universities. This school is renowned for Law, Social Sciences, Arts, Medical and Pure Sciences.
Tuition and cost of living is comparatively low. The average cost will amount to NGN110,000-NGN180,000. The duration of the bulk of programmes is averaged at 15-17 Months. However it may take MUCH LONGER than that in SOME DEPARTMENTS.

5. Ahmadu Bello University :
This is another premier university in Nigeria for quality postgraduate programs. This school is located deep in the heart of Kaduna and it has produced about 70% of all Nigerian Northern Academics, Technocrats and Politicians. This school boasts of good infrastructure with excellent maintenance culture. The staff strength is strong with an averaged professorial strength of 6 per department. Research is consistent with excellent teaching and fast-paced programs. Competition is relatively lower in this institution.
Tuition and cost of living is averaged at NGN100,000-NGN140,000. The duration is 18 months on the average and the certificate enjoys high acceptability. Most supervisors are quite easy going and the academic calendar is a little bit consistent. Journal impact factors are high in the Arts and Social Sciences.

Beyond the top five, there are other schools with COMMENDABLE and QUALITY Postgraduate Programs. I'll briefly highlight some of them.
- University of Uyo: This school is largely UNDERRATED in terms of quality Postgraduate programs. The school has one of the best research orientation in the country. Students are tasked academically and nothing comes easy. This affects the quality of graduates because only sound graduates are churned out. The duration, however, is not quite fluid. The programs require a minimum of 4 Semesters (2 years average) while the cost of living and tuition can be pegged at NGN150,000. However, the staff strength is slightly commendable. Professorial strength can be pegged at 5 per department on the average. In terms of infrastructure, this school has very few to boast of. Maintenance culture is very high and the lecturers are mainly Ibadan and Calabar trained with a few percentage internally trained.

- University of Calabar: Just like its progeny above, this school is underrated. The postgraduate program is also standard, of high quality and medium timed pace. The academic strength is strong and it is an overarching university in the subregion. It has staffed many newer schools such as UNIUYO, UNIBEN, UNIZIK, etc. Infrastructure is moderate and cost of living is high (averaged at NGN200,000). Duration is 3-5 Semesters (averaged at 2 Years).

- Nnamdi Azikiwe University: This school is renowned for its SPEED. Just like UNILORIN, the school rarely partakes in strikes and other disruptive engagements. The staff strength is commendable(pegged at 4 Professors per department on the average) and the infrastructure is dynamic and photogenic. The duration is 18 Months flat. Everything works with speed and order in UNIZIK.

- Others include; University of Maiduguri (Known for Postgraduate Programs in Veterinary Medicine), University of Nigeria (Known for Education, Engineering and Sciences) and at the state level, Delta State University (Known for quality programmes in the Social Sciences).

Feel free to add yours with reasoned arguments as I have done.
The culture of the west is gradually gaining ground in Africa. This is the video of a Benin girl servicing 2 guys in a very dynamic ways, Mehn! she is very good at it.

This girl must have been watch videos teaching her series of methods on how to handle guys so that they can come back asking for more, she really proved it here, but unfortunately the video found its way to the internet and can be seen on many blogs.

We got the video for your view, download and watch it here

17 year old Lauren Wiggins was criticized by her school bosses and put in detention for wearing a 'sexually distracting' halter neck dress (pictured right) to school. Lauren later hit back at teachers at her her school, New Brunswick school in Canada in an emotional letter she posted on Facebook saying that their attitudes are supporting discrimination against women and encouraging the objectification of women. Below is what she wrote;
"Today I received a detention because the outfit I am wearing is considered inappropriate and a sexual distraction to the young men in my school. Enough is enough. I’m tired of the unjust standards that we as women are held up to.

If you are truly so concerned that a boy in this school will get distracted by my upper back and shoulders, then he needs to be sent home and practice self-control. 

I’m tired of the discrimination against our bodies, and I’m absolutely fed up with comments that make us feel like we can’t be comfortable without being provocative
In today’s society, a woman’s body is constantly discriminated against and hypersexualized to the point where we can no longer wear the clothing that we feel comfortable in without the accusation and/or assumption that we are being provocative.
Schools are the social building blocks in an adolescent’s life, meant to teach them how to communicate and develop relationships with others and also learning about themselves and who they want to be.It’s preached upon us to be individual, to be ourselves.
The double standard here is that when we try, we are then told we’re wrong. If you are truly so concerned that a boy in this school will get distracted by my upper back and shoulders then he needs to be sent home and practice self control.
Source: Mirror UK