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Saturday, December 30, 2017

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I woke up 2day with a smile on my face with full strength & a vision to start a beautiful day...but it all turns out to be a bad crying day, dat I can never 4get in my life....on my way to work dis morning I entered oshodi bus from fadeyi... Immediately I entered d guy on my left side started complaining dat d one at d bk was trying to pick his pocket next thing he changed position to my right side & said onipa wa oooo....next thing Immediately d one at d Bk hooked my neck and said don't shout.
D one beside the driver said allow her to lay down on d floor..... Dey drag me flat on d floor... He collected my bag Started asking question WHR do u work, I said I am student whc sch, whc course, wht level my name my state....I keep answering d question....he picked my ATM he asked 4 my pin I told him he gave it to one of dem and they dropped him...

I started crying if this is actually my end, are they going to use me, are they going going to kill me so many things started coming in to my mind, I remembered my mum & my siblings d 27years ago story DAT can't be forgotten in my family....
I keep begging dem not to hurt me d man in front, said if they found so so amount in my acct they won't hurt me but if I give dem wrong pin or no money in my acct they will call my family or they will rape me till I lose my last breathe, I started praying silently calling 4 mercy they were 8 guys......one was busy touching my brea st one hooked my neck down one used his legs to pin my legs 2gether I keep crying calling God to save me....

Next thing d guy dat droped called dem and d one in d front pass smthin to d one at d bk they told me to close my eyes but I didn't said to my self if am going to die am going to open my eyes and see everything.....next thing it was pepper he put pepper in my two eyes my breast and he was trying to open my trouser zip but he couldn't I was screaming I can't see,i was trying guiding my eyes not to put more pepper and at the same time trying to hold on to my jeans so they wont put pepper in my va gina thinking that dey still want To Molest me after all they collected from me my phones, powerbank my sis money in my bag and d change I Hv dere too they packed everything and dropped me on d floor at cooker going to oshodi and left 


Till now am still not my self Hv never be handled like dat in my life (june14)my terrible day I just want to close my eyes and 4get everything but I can't, it keeps playing on my head and is hurting me more hmmmmmmmmm Thank God for saving my life
Students Doing It Live Behind The Class With No Fear, nawa for children of nawa days. parents
please hold your children.
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The Green Card Lottery was created by the United States government and the Green Card Lottery have the the aim of diversifying the population of America and this is accomplished by granting 50,000 green cards each year to all countries that don’t normally send many immigrants to the United States for Green card lottery including Nepal,Fiji,Haiti and Netherlands.

Eligibility Green Card Lottery Application

The Green card holder is someone who has been granted authorization to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis. The Green Card Lottery is a way to still come to America, even if you don’t fall into one of those categories.
  • a high school education
  • To qualify for the USA Diversity Lottery, you must be a foreign citizen or national not born in the United States of America, from a country with a low immigration rate to the United States. People born in countries with high US immigration are excluded from this immigration program. Eligibility is determined only by the country of your birth, it is not based on country of citizenship or current residence. This is the most common misperception that applicants make when entering this immigration program.
  • 1 year work experience at any establishment in your home country
  • You are required to provide the name, date and place of birth and gender of yourself, your spouse (wife or husband) and your children (unmarried under 21 years of age); your full mailing address; recent photographs of yourself, your spouse and children.
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This young and beautiful lady visited her village and was able to caught a confirmed bush meat. Below is what she shared on her Facebook account..

Caught this bush meat (Ewi) this morning. �
I cannot come and be forming "slay queen " in my own village☺☺
Make i use am arrange sweet pepper soup abeg,I cannot come and kill myself ��

#Villagefunandadventures
#That igbo girl
#Ada-isuochi

What do you think fans? Can you eat such meat? Drop your comments and share widely




Saturday, December 23, 2017

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Aim Of The Scholarship And Jobs

Research Grant Program/Scholarship 2017, titled “Exploring New Values for Society”, supports ambitious projects that adopt a panoramic view of the world and look generations into the future to seek new values for society by fundamentally exploring novel philosophies and arts to address difficult issues to be faced by future society; issues that are on a global scale; issues that transcend generations; and nascent problems that will only fully manifest themselves in the future.




Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded for the following subjects:
  • Business and Economics
  • Art History
  • Secure Identity in computer science
  • BA Educational and Educational Science
  • Social Sciences
  • Medicine and Allied Medicine
  • Law (legal science)
  • Information Systems or Business Law
  • Engineering
  • Natural sciences
NO OF SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE – 29000

Apply Via The Provided Link
“I was beaten & Raped” — 17 year old Girl tells how she was trafficked from Edo state to ItalyIn the news recently has been stories of enslaved migrants stuck in Libya, and the 26 girls who drowned in the Mediterranean sea, trying to cross from Africa over to Europe.
But what about the girls who actually make it to Europe?
In a report by Milena Veselinovic and Isa Soares for CNN, we meet Anna (not real name), a 17-year-old girl from Edo State who was trafficked at the age of 15.
Anna, an orphan, was raised by a foster family, she said, and worked as a maid but dreamed of one day becoming a doctor
Her boss’s daughter who was living in Europe would regale her with stories of abroad. Anna said:
She told me, when you come to Europe you’ll have opportunity, you will go to school, everything is going to be OK for you.
She said you can do whatever you want, the world there is very free. I was like, wow, that would be great. And she said, OK, maybe my sister can bring you. I was so happy, I wanted to go to Europe.
Things, however, didn’t go as smoothly as Anna imagined they would.
Arriving in Libya through Niger, she was held in a detention camp for 5 months, she said, where she was reportedly beaten and raped.
After her trafficker paid her ransom, Anna discovered she was pregnant. She however lost the baby after her smuggler gave her a liquid to drink. She said:
“I don’t even know how it happened. All I know is I was given a bottle of water and then I started bleeding. I was in a lot of pain. It was so painful.”
When she finally arrived in Italy, she discovered she now owed her traffickers €35,000, and was made to become a sex worker, bringing in €200 daily. She said:
“They dressed me up, they make my hair, they make me up. I didn’t even know what they were doing. They gave me a bag with condoms.”
“If a man sleeps with you the most he can pay is €30. Calculate how many men you have to sleep with to get that. You pay, pay, pay, and it never gets finished.”
Eventually, and luckily, Anna escaped, and is now being looked after by Progetto Integrazione Accoglienza Migranti (PIAM) – a migrant rights charity run by a Nigerian trafficking survivor, Princess Inyang Okokon.
Anna now knows better, and has words for people who wish to take the same leap as she did. She said:
“I would not advise anybody to take the same journey I took. Because I might have survived it, you may not survive it.”
Words of warning
Turin deputy chief prosecutor Paolo Borgna, who spent years tackling the trafficking of Nigerian women, says that the girls who are forced into prostitution are getting progressively younger.
Borgna says it is difficult to get victims to report their exploiters to the police. He says the Italian state used to be able to offer the incentive of temporary legal residence to victims who came forward, but that’s no longer the case, as those claiming asylum now get a temporary residence permit while their claim is being evaluated — a process that can take years.
“What needs to be done, on an administrative level rather than on the judicial level, is to reduce the waiting time to grant or to deny the status of refugees,” says Borgna.
Though Becky counts herself lucky to have escaped the clutches of her traffickers, her ordeal haunts her, and she has been seeing a psychologist to deal with her trauma.
For those thinking of making the journey to Europe, the teenager has stark words of warning: “Many people, if you ask them not to come, they would not listen to you. Because they think that living abroad is the best life ever,” she says.
“Everybody wants to come here, everybody wants to see what it’s like. But it’s not what they think it is.
“I would not advise anybody to take the same journey I took. Because I might have survived it, you may not survive it.”
Source: CNN

Friday, December 22, 2017

Kidnapped, Shot 5 Times, Sacked From PPA Yet This Corps Member Completed ServiceAfter completing his NYSC programme, a Nigerian guy identified as Ola, took to social media to share his tale through the programme and yet he completed it in whole and in style.
According to Ola, he was kidnapped, shot 5 times, got his heartbroken and was fired from his PPA.
He wrote;
He wrote;
I was kidnapped in January on my way to camp. Was shot five times in May. My apartment burnt down in August. Got heart broken in September and was fired from my PPA last month. Still passing out best corper NYSC batch B stream II. Always believe in yourself

‘A doctor was asking me out while my friend died’ – Friend to student who died because of no I.D card reveals all
We brought you news yesterday that Okoro Oluchi, an English and Literary studies student of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, (COOU), reportedly died because she had no I.D card and cash deposit which Amaku Teaching Hospital, Awka, Anambra State, allegedly demanded for.
Sarah Kosisochukwu Okabekwa, the late student’s friend however took to Facebook to reveal some behind the scene incidents that happened before her friend died. According to her, one of the doctors on duty was asking he out instead of taking care of her friend.
Here’s what she wrote;
THE ACTUAL THING THAT HAPPENED TO MY DEAR FRIEND Okoro Oluchi
Before I proceed,those COOU students that are using Oluchi to gain popularity on Facebook, even those that never knew her from Adam,those that are saying she couldn’t provide the money requested of her in the hospital, those saying she was asked to provide her school ID card,those saying she couldn’t present her school fees receipt,and even the idiots blaming lecturers for her death and all those spreading false rumor about her death without knowing the actual thing that happened.. GOD WILL PUNISH ALL OF YOU.
I never intended writing any thing about this yet,but the kind of false stories I’ve been seeing on Facebook prompted me to.
BACK TO MY MAIN STORY.
Oluchi came to class on Tuesday morning on a nice black gown,she sat right in front of me and told me she wasn’t feeling too well so after the class,I and a year 2 guy helped her to my hostel so she could have a rest after getting some drugs for her.
Around 7pm in the night,I was called by one of my friends (Christophine) to report to the school medicals that Oluchi is seriously sick.I left all I was doing and rushed there, I saw Oluchi lying helplessly on a stretcher. she couldn’t talk,she didn’t notice our presence,I couldn’t hold back tears..the doctor in the school medicals advised that tears wouldn’t solve the problem, that the school ambulance has been arranged, that all we should do was to get her stuffs ready that she has been referred to COOU teaching hospital Amaku that she would get better. We got everything ready and took off to the hospital with Nora,one of my course mates,christophine and Mary_collette who later came to join us in Amaku. we tried contacting her family members but their contacts weren’t going through.We reached the hospital and Oluchi was taken to the emergency unit. Amaku teaching hospital is the worst hospital I’ve ever seen. there is no qualified doctor only the useless student doctors that are looking for whom to use and do practice. One of the rude student doctors asked us to bring the sum of N20,000 before they can commence treatment on her.He never considered we are students and might not have such amount of money. Luckily,I was with my ATM card so we had to trek a very long distance in search of Fidelity Bank around there since other banks weren’t paying.
When we got back,they gave us the list of drugs we must buy which cost about N5,500.The stupid student doctors were just after their own pockets and gain not minding the life of my friend at stake.
We practically provided every thing they asked us to..but they couldn’t treat my friend. That my friend is dying gradually wasn’t just their business. Oluchi complained she’s not feeling her legs anymore we massaged and tapped the legs all to no avail. I went to report to one of the stupid so called doctor and all he could say was “What do you want me to do”.. Oluchi was in pains we cried and shouted for help but those callous student doctors ignored us. We went to get a card from one of those stupid guys but all he could do was to start asking me out..that I’m beautiful when my friend was dying gradually. I looked at Oluchi and I saw pains in her eyes,I couldn’t hold back tears,I went on my knees and started asking God to intervain. One of my friends asked me to stop crying that she would get better.
When the pains was getting too much for her,she started screaming with her last strength “doctor come and save me..I’m dying”.. The stupid doctor came out and replied ” shut up..don’t you see you’re disturbing my patients ” . Oluchi complained she couldn’t feel her whole body again.. We beat and pinched her but she felt nothing.that was when one of the stupid quack student doctors came to take her blood for test but their was no vein in her body.
When they saw that Oluchi’s condition was getting critical, they left her and fled. All the quack student doctors in that emergency block disappeared. They left her there to die. Oluchi looked into my eyes and said “Sarah…I love you”.. With tears rolling down my cheeks I replied ” I love you too” and same she said to the four of us in that hospital with her.she asked us to help her tell her parents and family that she loves them so much.
She later told us that she couldn’t see any of us again… We started praying for her..If only prayers and tears could bring her back to life. She later said she couldn’t breathe again.. We were begging her not to die. We prayed like we never did in our lives before.. But Oluchi gave up the ghost. She died right in our arms… But we refused to accept she’s dead. We prayed for a miracle to happened.
We prayed that the same Jesus who rose Lazarus from death to raise my Oly from death.. But she didn’t wake up…
Immediately those monsters that call themselves medical students noticed she’s dead they came with an old oxygen that I’m not sure is still working and started doing incantations on her. One of them came out and told me that their is no need of doing all These that my friend is dead… He broke the news with less concern as if its an animal that died. We cried like we never did before but those heartless student doctors were at a corner laughing at us. It never touched them.. Those guys are so heartless. One of those idiots even had the guts to approach me…asking me to complete the money for her card..I replied him” card for the living or for the dead?”…he said its not his business that he’s doing his job.
God! People can be so heartless.
Those student doctors in Amaku killed Oluchi.
They killed my friend!
I’ll never advice my enemy to go to that hospital… They are killers. Those student doctors needs to be rusticated. They don’t have human sympathy in them.
Immediately Oluchi died they brought an old rusted stretcher that is almost like a wheel Barrow and took her dead body away…like they are taking a dead dog away… No single respect for the dead.
One thing I believe is that life is turn by turn. On Tuesday was Oluchi but ,it might be any of them tomorrow.
My consolation is that at least I did something for Oluchi before she died. She looked into my eyes and saw care and Love. Heaven knows I Love Oluchi and I did everything humanly possible to save her..but God knows the best.
Rest in peace Oly..
Till we meet to part no more.

Move over Bobrisky! Cross dresser, Josh shares topless sexy beach photosIt seems someone is set to give Bobrisky a good run for his money.
Nigerian cross dresser identified as PwJosh on Instagram is gradually trying to take Bobrisky’s spot!
He became an internet sensation when he shared stunning photos of him dressed as a corps member in camp.
Ebimobowei Joshua Agai is professional model and make up artist from Bayelsa. He is currently undergoing his national youth Service in Delta State.
More photos below.



Lady shares a message from an old friend who was two classes above her, demanding she addresses her as 'Ma" and not 'dear"A Twitter user identified as Missphrankie took to the platform to share a message she got from a childhood friend who was two classes above her, asking her to stop addressing her as dear and instead use ‘Ma’.
Read the messages below.






Checkout this Beautiful photos of a Nigerian Female Police Officer who just graduated from the Police Academy
A few days ago we shared photos of a female soldier who was slaying in her military uniform as well as her mufti wears.
Another photos have emerged of a young beautiful police officer who is being celebrated on social media.
The Police officer, ASP. Abala Abigail is being admired by Nigerians, since her family member shared her story on social media congratulating her on her successful graduation from the police academy.

She endured a difficult one year training as a police cadet at the Police Staff College in Jos, Plateau State and today.
she has being commissioned as an Assistant Superintendent of Police..

Her glowing beauty has melted the hearts of social media users with some young men seeking for her hand in marriage.
Read her story as shared by a family member below:
” @abaladeborah – A year ago, i took this awesome lil sister of mine @abala_a to Police Staff College Jos, where she began her vigorious training to becoming one of the finest Police Officer.
Truth to be told at that moment we were emotional unstable and traumatized because our dad was just discharged from the hospital, he had stroke that almost took his life, so it was so difficult for her to fully concentrate in School.
Not knowing what will happen next in her family, even through the training process she tries to contact home everyday, just to keep up.
I just want to bless God for her life because the Grace of God was sufficient in her life, he saw her through the whole one year training, she has never called to complain of lack, want or any type of sickness, she never thought she could make it but everyday God restores her strength and she was loved by everyone, despite her height and little statue it all worked to her advantage..
All glory to God, Abala family are proud of u dear, you are a product of Grace, FGC Sokoto/ FGC Kwali Abuja, University of Maiduguri, are also proud of you…thank u to all our families and friends who prayed for us and travelled to Jos for the celebration..God bless us. (With all that has been said she still drives me crazy whenever she wants like every sister does ) Congratulations once more .. Asp. Abala Abigail, Junior, Hukuma.”
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"How a Unilag Slay Queen made me give her head while she was on her period" – Nigerian man narrates experienceA yet to be identified Nigerian man took to social media to narrate how a female student of Unilag made him give her head while she was on her period.
Read his story below:
“So I’ve been talking to this Unilag slay queen for a while, we decided to hang out at my place on Monday, she came over and we watched a movie. After the movie, we started making out, I proceeded to put off her bra and move to the next base, she told me to stop, saying it was awkward.
I stopped, she then sent a text saying she didn’t come over to smash. I decided not to touch her again. She later sent a text telling me to kiss her. At this point, I knew she was ready to smash but just fronting.
So we began.. I finally pulled off her bra and it was disgusting! She had hair on her nipples and chest.. Even above her upper lip, i could feel it while i was kissing her. Like how will you be a girl and have hair around your nipple, your chest and upper lip (mustache)??. I tried ignoring that one, with the hope of offing pant and smashing.
Finally offed her pant, and was time to smash, she gave me head and requested for head too. But i stylishly declined and we started smashing. She requested for head again..
I’ve never given head to a girl before, but i decided to form James Bond and do it. As i got down there, i almost fainted when i put my tongue, i could not breathe. The odour was terrifying.. I’ve never perceived such a odour in my life! Don’t you wash your p*ssy when you bath?

I immediately removed my head when i couldn’t take it, but she said she was very horny and wanted me to make her cum. So i fingered her till she came. I went to the toilet to wash up and i saw the most disgusting thing ever! My hands were full of blood, and there was blood stains on my lips and nose. I was so mad! Like how will you tell a guy to give you head when you are on your period? How evil can Unilag girls be? The most annoying thing is she stained my bed sheets with blood. I immediately sent her out of my house, i never want to see her again.
Unilag girls are evil!!

 The University College London is delighted to announce four new scholarship awards for overseas fee paying MSc and MRes students in the UCL Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction for academic year 2018/19.
The Institute aims to achieve leadership in risk and disaster reduction both in the UK and internationally.
University College London is a public research university in London, England, and a constituent college of the federal University of London.
Application Deadline: April 27, 2018
University/institution of Study: University College London
Scholarship Sponsor:University College London
Country of Study: UK
Level of Study: Masters
Scholarship Benefits:
  • Scholarship 1 (two awards): £12,500 towards overseas tuition fees. One award for any overseas fee-paying student, and one for students domiciled in an ODA nation.
  • Scholarship 2 (two awards): £5,000 towards overseas tuition fees. One award for any overseas fee-paying student, and one for students domiciled in an ODA nation.

Field/Area of Study: Risk and Disaster Reduction.
Type of Award: Cash

Eligibility:

International students are eligible to apply.
Entrance Requirements: All of these scholarships are awarded as a reduction in overseas full-time student fees, and are open to students applying to any of the following programmes: MSc in Risk Disaster and Resilience, MSc in Risk and Disaster Science, MSc in Space Risk and Disaster Reduction and MRes in Risk and Disaster Reduction.
Students whose first language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in English by submitting satisfactory scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).

Instruction on Application:

The application should be completed on A4 size pages, with minimum margins of 2cm and written in Arial font size 11, comprising:
  • A 1 page CV, which should include details of the candidate’s education and grades, any relevant work experience and any relevant publications or outputs.
  • A 1-page personal statement, which should include a summary of why you think that you should be considered for the scholarship and how you will benefit from receiving it. The IRDR promotes students becoming leaders in knowledge exchange so that they can share their knowledge within their sectors and with stakeholders. Therefore, the personal statement should include a statement of how you intend to use the degree in your future career. This section should also include:
  • Other funding awards confirmed or pending for your Master’s study at UCL IRDR
Applications should be sent via email and must have the exact email subject title of “UCL IRDR Masters Scholarship Application”

News reaching us this hour is quite a tragic one of how a young lady was deprived of seeing the new year after the hospital she was taken to for treatment, demanded they be paid before they treated her. Though some of her friends are saying they demanded for her school fees receipt before she can be treated.
Orji Somtochukwu on Twitter, shared how a lady who was not feeling quite well was taken to a Amaku Teaching Hospital in Anambra State but wasn’t attended to because the hospital demanded a deposit before they carried out any treatment.

Orji wrote:


She was feeling fine until she went to bed. Then she started feeling ill until she was taken to Amaku teaching hospital where they requested fr an I.D and some money to be deposited before treatment, now she’s dead. So sad how hospitals value money over lives.Dis mindset mst chng
Her friends have since paid tribute to her on Facebook.


A friend of hers, Fred claimed the Teaching Hospital requested for her School fees receipt before treatment.


Former child star actor, Somadina Adinma, who graduated from Theatre Arts Department in the Nnamdi Azikwe University, UNIZIK is now in his in service year as he serves in the Northern part of the country.
The actor shared photos of himself from Nasarawa NYSC orientation camp few weeks ago.


Somadina, as a child actor, starred in movies like Sadist, I’m alive and others and apparently took to school to groom himself in becoming a good thespian.


Wednesday, December 20, 2017

The Management of the National Youth Service Corps has fixed Thursday, 21st December, 2017 for the Winding up/Passing out activities of the 2016 Batch ‘B’ Stream II Corps Members Nationwide.
The Winding up/Passing-out activities will be low-keyed with the distribution of Certificate of National Service to deserving Corps Members at the Zonal Office Level.
Management wishes to commend and thank all Corps Members for their Selfless Service, Dedication, Resilience, Patriotism to the nation and patience while awaiting the official passing out date.
However, we also wish to admonish Corps Members on their comments and posts in the social media on issues relating to the scheme and advice that, being abusive and deployment of wrong use of words does not reflect responsible attitude and behaviour.
It is worthwhile to reflect our collective attribute of role models for the youths being responsible graduates who had been found worthy in character and learning in the various citadels of excellence.
Management wishes to thank you for your various contributions in fostering national unity and development and wish you all journey mercies as you return to your respective destinations.