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Monday, October 23, 2017

http://24latestng.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/pjimage-8-3.jpgEvery University in this country is blessed with beautiful rose flowers.
This post is a highlight of 10 Nigerian Universities with the Most Beautiful girls when the average of beauties in each campus is measured.

11. Ahmadu Bello University (ABU):
A school of pretty and intelligent and innocent northern girls. You can hardly find such array of beautiful muslim girls in any campus.

10. Anambra State University (ANSU):
Filled with blessed future mothers with pretty figures you do like to see every morning when you wake and every night before you sleep.

9. University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN):
The school of lions and lionesses. These lionesses are so intelligent, pretty and homely that you do like to take them to your mama.
8. Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU):
Anytime and you are writing JAMB again and you see a pretty girl near you, check her school of choice, it will be OAU.

7. Covenant University (CU):
This expensive school have beautiful and expensive ladies. The girls of CU are combination of beauty and Brains.


6. University of Portharcourt (UNIPORT):
A school of solid chicks. The Oil money around the vicinity turns even the ugly to beauties.
All the beautiful girls you have seen and your head couldn’t understand why a human being should be that beautiful must have a root to UNIPORT.


5. Lagos State University (LASU):
In this multi ethnic city of Lagos, a great deal of beauties from across the country seek admission into Lagos state university, the next time you enter a taxi and you see pretty girl by your side, tell her you are a LASU student or graduate and she will hug you very well and tell you her department.

4. YABA College of Technology (YABATECH):
Can’t just miss this school of pretty buchachas. YABA TECH has the prettiest girls you can seek around campuses in Naija.

3. Imo State University (IMSU):
I can swear you won’t see and ugly girl in IMSU. Even the ugly girls in IMSU can win beauty pageant against their neighbouring schools with names like F..O, A…N, N….E etc I didn’t mention any name ooooooo na you sabi.
2. Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK)
This UNIZIK babes tooooo fine. No wonder all this Main market business men troop into Awka every weekend. If you think that am exaggerating, try and visit Awka during any social night like Star Trek. I swear your eyes go full and konji go be your name....  

1. University of Lagos (UNILAG):
The school of beauties… The school has made it a routine to adopt the prettiest of girls from queen College Yaba every year during UTME, If you see a beautiful celebrity , Go to you Unilag. They are not just pretty, they rock the stages.


I may not have the final say on this but if I give you a chance to carry out the same research I have done your result won’t be up to a stone throw from the one listed above.

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I felt my readers should know and share what they know about the educational life of their entertainment celebrities, so I came up with few Nigeria universities that have produced the highest number of entertainers. I want you to add the name that's not on the list and state the school so the young undergraduates can know the stars their various universities have produced
UNIPORT-
"Ok bakasi"
"Basorge"
" julius agwu"
"lancelot imasuen"
"bob manuel"
"hilda dokubo"
"clem ohaameze"
"sam dede"
"monaliisa chinda"
"victor osagwu"
"charles inojie"
"rita dominic"
"charles okafor"
"muma gee"
"ejike asiegbu"
"francis duru"
"yul edochie"
- ABBROSE ALI UNIVERSITY (AAU) "Alibaba"
"Don jazzy"
"Omawumi"
" Porkupyne Osagie
University of benin- UNIBEN
"Basket mouth"
"Mc casino"
“gandoki"
" Igos"
" RMD"
"Omoni oboli"
" Bovi"

-University of calabar-
"kate henshaw'
"ini edo"
"iyanya"

- UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
"Toke makinwa"
"Stella damasus"

- UNIVERSITY OF IFE-
" Clarion Chukwurah"

Now add yours to the list- and I will keep updating as I get more names- enjoy your day- and always remember education is a key
It is important to note that not all the Nigerian Universities Accept two sittings (i.e. Two O’level results).
We are going to List all the Universities that Accept two sittings and those that don’t accept two sittings.
The followings are Universities that Accept two sittings.
 – Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU,
– University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN,
– University of ilorin, UNILORIN,
– University of Ibadan, UI,
– AAUA.
– OOU,
– University of Abuja, UNIABUJA,
– Kaduna State University, KASU,
– TAI SOLARIN,
– Enugu State University, ESUT,
– Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi (Uam).

Almost all the Federal, State and private universities accept two sittings.
The following Nigerian Universities don’t accept two sittings
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, UNILAG.
UNIVERSITY OF ADO EKITI.

The following Universities does not accept 2 sittings (Combination of O’level Results) in Medicine and Surgery, Law 
1. University of Benin, Uniben
2. University of Lagos, UNILAG
3. University of Ibadan, UI
4. University of ilorin, UNILORIN
5. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, UNIZIK.


Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU accept combination of o;level results. We spoke with some students from the Institution, and they told us that O.A.U accept 2 sittings for all Courses. Please disregard any person saying otherwise. If you are in doubt, you can contact the webmaster at OAU official portal: www.oau.edu.ng.
 
Important Notice some university are not listed here but when you want to more about any university that accept or don’t accept two sittings, you can ask via the comment and you will get reply as soon as possible.
Also if you are not too sure of the requirements for any Polytechnics or Universities in Nigeria, all you need to do is ask, and our Contributors will answer your queries ASAP.

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http://entertainmentgistme.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Thelma-Nkwocha-1.jpgEver since the news went viral about the UNN first year student who accidentally had her private part wounded while masturbating with a cucumber, that particular word 'cucumber' had become the most trending and the most popular word both among students and staff having metamorphosed into expressions like:

Please, let us go and cucumbate

Cucumber is the sweetest fruit on earth

Please, avoid cucumbers that are too long etc.
It went to a peak when Social Work students had to go round the school protesting against the use of cucumber and inviting students to come to their service instead of going to the point of using cucumber.

The one that annoyed me personally is when some rude boy use. the unfortunate incident to make jest of some girls who do not have boyfriends as though it had now become more trendy to fornicate with clear eyes.

I implore everybody to use their tongues and count their teeth. The way everyone shouts out the girl's issue as if they are all saints makes me think twice about our generation.


It behoves my thinking when I think that we hear terrible news of immorality and rape and child molestation every day and yet people only make jest of them instead.

I think we should seek to get closer to God and seek the help of the Holy Spirit at this trends

A university  is an institution of higher (or tertiary) education and research which grants academic degrees in various academic disciplines. Universities typically provide undergraduate education and postgraduate education.
Although bagging a university degree is important, some folks who do not have university degrees have soared in their careers.
Stargist.com presents you with 10 successful Nigerian celebrities who did not complete their University education.\

1. Tuface Idibia


Innocent Idibia was born in Jos, Nigeria. He is from the Idoma ethnic group in the southern part of Benue State, in central Nigeria. He attended Saint Gabriela’s Secondary School in Makurdi, Benue State. He enrolled at Institute of Management & Technology, Enugu (IMT), where he did his preliminary National Diploma course in business administration and management.
While attending IMT, he performed at school organised shows and parties, as well as other regional schools such as the University of Nigeria and Enugu State University of Science & Technology. He also composed songs and  jingles at the GB Fan Club at Enugu State Broadcasting Services (ESBS) in 1996. He eventually dropped out to pursue his music career.

2. Genevieve Nnaji


Nnaji was born in Mbaise, Imo State, Nigeria but grew up in Lagos, the fourth of eight children and was brought up in a middle class environment. Her father worked as an engineer and her mother as a nursery teacher. She attended Methodist Girls College (Yaba, Lagos), before transferring into the University of Lagos.
She gained admission into the University of Lagos and dropped out after getting her first role.

3. Don Jazzy


Don Jazzy whose real name is Michael Ajereh was born in Lagos State. His family lived in Ajegunle, Lagos where he was raised. He was educated at the co-educational high school, Federal Government College Lagos.
Don Jazzy found an interest in music early in life and at age 12, began to play the bass guitar.
He also gained knowledge of traditional and percussion instruments.He  enrolled in business management studies at the Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo state but dropped out in his first year.

4. Mercy Johnson


Mercy Johnson Okojie hails from Okene in Kogi State. Born in Lagos to a former naval officer, Mr Daniel Johnson and Mrs Elizabeth Johnson, she is the fourth child in a family of seven.
Right after her secondary education, she auditioned for a role in The Maid, a movie that was to launch her into stardom. Her outstanding performance in that movie paved the way for her into getting more roles in movies such as Hustlers, Baby Oku in America, War in the Palace, and many more.
The curvy actress has never had a university education.
She once revealed she got into the Nigerian movie industry because she failed the university entrance exams (JAMB) several times.

5. D’banj



D’banj who just welcomed a son with his wife, Didi Kilgrow  has won several music awards, including the awards for Best African Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2007, Artist of the Year at the MTV Africa Music Awards 2009, Best International Act: Africa at the 2011 BET Awards, and Best-selling African Artist at the 2014 World Music Awards, Evolution award at the 2015 MTV Africa Music awards.
He reportedly dropped out of school when he was in 300 Level while studying Mechanical Engineerin

6. 9ice


9ice attended Abule Okuta Primary School and CMS Grammar School, and dropped out from his law course at the Lagos State University to concentrate on music. He grew up in a polygamous home of five wives and nine children. His parents found about his singing career a year after it started around 2000. Before then, 9ice wrote his own songs, beginning at age 14.
As a big fan of Pasuma Wonder, he kick-started his singing career with Fuji music. He derives his inspiration from his environment, and music from the likes of Ebenezer Obey, King Sunny Adé, Tatalo Alamu, the late Alhaji Ayinla Omowura, and the late Alhaji Haruna Ishola.

7. Ramsey Nouah


Nouah was born in Edo State to an Israeli father and a Yoruba mother who hails from Owo, Ondo State. He grew up in Surulere, Lagos, where he attended Atara Primary School and Community Grammar School. He obtained a diploma in mass communications at the University of Lagos, after which he pursued a career in acting.
He is married to Emelia Philips-Nouah. The couple have two sons and a daughter, named as Quincy, Camil Nouah and Desiree Nouah.

8. Wizkid


Wizkid was born on 16 July 1990 in Surulere, a residential and commercial area of Lagos. He grew up in an interfaith household with twelve female siblings. His mother is a Pentecostal Christian and his father practiced Islam.
In a 2012 radio interview with Tim Westwood, he said that his father has three wives. During his upbringing, he listened to songs recorded by King Sunny Ade, Fela Kuti, and Bob Marley.Wizkid started singing at age 11 and went by the stage name Lil Prinz until 2006.
He dropped out of Lead City University in his second year.

9. Bisola

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According to eye witness, the pastor took advantage of this unsuspecting pretty lady and ra ped her for 45mins during deliverance in his office. This is very sad. Please reduce the volume before you open this video. Thanks for watching. Enjoy
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Sunday, October 22, 2017

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has delisted management courses of some universities in its current admission brochure.
They are Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO), Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA), Modibbo Adamawa Federal University of Technology, Yola (MAUTY), Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUTMINNA), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (MOUAU) and University of Agriculture, Makurdi (UAW).
This is sequel to an order by the federal government that the universities of Agriculture and Technology should stop running management courses and focus on their core mandates.
The directive was issued by the Ministry of Education after it was approved recently by the Federal Executive Council (FEC).
JAMB’s spokesperson, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, explained that the decision to delist the programmes was not taken by the Board as being suggested by the some staff and students of the universities affected.
“It was a ministerial decision based on FEC meeting and as an agency of government, we are to implement government decisions.,” he told Sun.
“So, in the concluded Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), the concerned institutions did not field candidates.”
Meanwhile, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the House Committee on Tertiary Education have queried the directive.

Reacting, ASUU FUNAAB chairman, Dr. Adebayo Oni, said the national body of the union was aware of the government decision but noted that it was done without proper consultation with affected universities and stakeholders.
He said: “FUNAAB branch took the issue to our zonal branch meeting which reported same at the national level. The delisting of the programme was done in haste and it is illegal by JAMB.
“The courses were accredited by the National Universities Commission (NUC) and relevant bodies. University vice-chancellors were not carried along.

https://images.dailytrust.com.ng/cms/gall_content/2017/5/2017_5$largeimg01_May_2017_192723256.jpgNigerian Immigration Recruitment Full List of Shortlisted Candidates

Candidates who applied for the Nigerian Immigration recruitment can now check their names on the published list of shortlisted candidates for pre-screening test using the procedure provided below:
How to Check if Shortlisted for NAF DSSC Pre-screening 2017
  1. Visit https://portal.immigration.gov.ng/
  2. Click on your states to check if you are shortlisted
N/B: Follow the Above-mentioned steps to check if you shortlisted on the portal, we advise you to keep checking this page from time to time
Congratulations to all successful candidates listed for the Nigerian Immigration Service Pre-Screening Examination.
If you are finding it difficulties in checking, you can leave your name, examination centre and application number at the comment section at the end of this page below so that others that have checked can also help you out.
IMPORTANT! Please desist from giving any form of gratification or inducement to any person or group of persons who may claim to render assistance to applicants. The Nigerian Airforce strongly denounces this act. So, you must avoid it.

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Wonder they say shall never end..I was in the hospital, trying to get a result of a blood test of one of the children, when I got a phone call from Simon.He was at the Police station, they asked our help for a 12 year old girl who was pregnant. He came to the hospital, together with the girl. A small girl, who could be easily go for 10 years instead of 12.
The police asked us if we could take her for a scan and keep her in Amecet at least until tomorrow. I called a Doctor in a clinic where they do those scans and we could come straight away
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Students of the Yaba College of Technology YABATECH had their rag day recently and various photos surfaced online. One particular photo stood out…
The photo shows one of the students lying on the floor with what looks like his privates out of his trouser.

However, some of the students claim the penis is an artificial one. See the full photo below and tell us what you think. Edited or Real?

Saturday, October 21, 2017

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The type of things happening in schools are unthinkable…Just watch what this schools girls are doing to themselves alone…Abeg, watch it alone and reduce your volume…Click below;
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Oh yeah we do try our best to keep you guys informed with what is going around you and yeah this should serve as a lesson to everyone especially the female reader, your past can hunt you this should preach, never use your today to kill your futur
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Actress Shan George
Beautiful Veteran Actress Shan George, has revealed that she got married as a teenager, at the age of 16
Sharing a throwback photo of herself on her Instagram page, the mother of one, revealed that she got married at a young age, just moments after she finished writing her WAEC exams. She walked down the aisle, instead of walking down the Univrsity.

In her words:
“I was 16, just finished writing WAEC, and was supposed to be heading to the university. But headed for d isle instead. I been no dey take this my white rubber slippers play o!”

The Lagos State House of Assembly has passed a bill making the teaching of Yoruba language compulsory in all schools within the state.
The bill was passed into law on Thursday, October 19 after it successfully scaled through the third reading on the floor of the House.
The bill makes the teaching of Yoruba language compulsory both in private and public schools in the state. It also makes it a core subject at all levels.
On Thursday, the Speaker of the House, Mudashiru Obasa, ordered the Clerk of the House, Azeez Sanni, to send a clean draft copy of the bill to the state Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode for assent.
Meanwhile, the bill also mandates state-owned tertiary institutions in the state to incorporate the use of the language as a course unit into their General Nigeria Studies, GNS.
The bill indicates a fine of N500,000 for a corporate offender while any school in the state which fails to comply with the law faces closure and a fine of N250,000.

A university babe has been on her period for 13 days now after sleeping with a sugar daddy in a bid to make money and live a luxury lifestyle in campus.
Popular Lagos-based Psychologist and Relationship therapist, Joro Olumofin, has taken to his Instagram blog page to share the story of a 17-year-old Nigerian University female student who is having strange experiences after sleeping with a sugar daddy.

According to the girl’s friend who narrated the shocking story, the young girl went to sleep with the sugar daddy in a bid to buy an iPhone, make money and live a luxury lifestyle, but ended up playing herself after the man only gave her transport fare of N3000 following their s*xual intercourse.
The reason why she is now crying out is that her monthly period has since been flowing for over 13 days now and she has been having strange and weird dreams since her meeting with the sugar daddy.
Here’s the e-mail she sent to the Love Doctor;
The Nigerian Law School recent exam result has been released, but this result caught our attention and it is currently trending on social media.
This particular student got 4 As, but still ended up with a second class upper;
It was captioned ; “Look at this carefully and understand why some people are tensed.”
See the result below…

There was a mild drama in Koluama 2 in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area Of Bayelsa state as five Secondary school students wrote a commitment letter to their their sponsor, Dr Nimibofa Ayawei, promising to be of good behavior.


In the letter, the students pledged not to indulge in anti social vices such as drugs, prostitution and cultism. They went a step further to vow that they won’t get pregnant till they graduate and properly get married.
The letter was delivered to Dr Nimibofa Ayawei by the students who went on a visit to his country home.
In his response, he thanked the little girls for their courage and commitment and also pledged to take care of all their academic expenses to their university level and advised them to take their studies seriously.
“Why I left my wedding venue to write my exams” — Bride who wrote exam in her wedding gown in Benue State UniversityA few weeks back we posted a news about a 300 level Economics student of Benue State University, Makurdi, who was spotted writing exam in her wedding gown.
The bride, Identified as Dooshima Aondaver Moses, created a scene as she sneaked out of her wedding to take an examination in her wedding gown. She speaks with JOHN CHARLES of PUNCH on why she decided to abandon her husband and other guests for the examination hall. Excerpts:
When did you start planning for your wedding?
The whole thing started in 2016. That was when both of us, my husband and I decided to settle down as husband and wife. As a graduate of the same department, my husband understands everything very well, so we were working with the academic calendar. The wedding was supposed to come up in the first two weeks of the second semester of 300 level when there would not be much academic activities.
Unfortunately, the university had an internal crisis which led to the closing down of the university for three months and when we resumed, we thought that the wedding would still hold after the examination but shortly after the local strike was called off then came the national ASUU strike. We still thought that the strike would drag until after our wedding but lo and behold, the strike was suspended, all these changed the academic calendar.
But why didn’t you shift the wedding date?
There was no way we could have called off the wedding because all arrangement had gone far and families and friends from far and near had been informed. So it became extremely difficult to cancel it as many people from Lagos, Abuja and other places had been informed of the October 7 date. So calling off the wedding would have disrupted other programmes. At the time the national strike was called off, the time table for the exam was released.
At the time the time table for your exams was released, what efforts did you make to convince your department to give concession to you?
The time table was released immediately the national strike was called off. Although I informed the department but they told me there was nothing they could do. They said since the time table was already out, there was no time for me to lodge any official complaint. They said if that had happened before it came out, the department might have considered that. Again, the problem is that I was so busy making arrangement for my wedding. It was the same week that we did the traditional wedding, court marriage and church wedding. I decided to go ahead with the marriage and at the same time prepare for my examination.
What was the course you did that day with your wedding gown on?
International Economics and I did it well to the best of my knowledge.
How did you cope preparing for your wedding and your examination at the same time?
Actually, it was not easy for me. I tried to strike a balance by running around and at the same time reading for the examination, it was not easy at all but one thing that kept me going was the fact that I had made up my mind not to carry over any course because of my marriage. So, that decision was my soothing balm.
At what point did you leave the wedding venue for the examination hall?
We had concluded the church ceremony because the marriage was held at Good News Chapel, Benue State University. We were at the reception and shortly after we entered the venue, I had to excuse myself and the train and quietly sneak out, pretending to go to ease myself. Although a few of the bridal train are my course mates, so as I sneaked out, so also my course mates who were in the bridal train. We all rushed down to take the exam.
What vehicle brought you to the exam hall?
It was the same vehicle that I used for the wedding that brought me. The point is that my husband, close family and friends were aware of the plan; so right from the church service, we had to rush the programme, the pastor that officiated our marriage, Pastor Jude, was also aware of the arrangement, he tried to minimise the service until we got to the reception. A few of the officials at the reception were aware of the arrangement.
For instance, the chairman of the reception while addressing the crowd, noted that everything had to be done moderately because the couple needed to meet up with other pressing matters. He did not mention it particularly.
As the reception was in progress, my husband and I were watching ourselves and checking time intermittently so as not to be late to the exam hall because Economics department is very strict with examination guidelines. So knowing this, I was very conscious of time.
You know that many of my course mates were also at the reception, so all of us were cautious of time; in fact, many left the reception before me.
But it is assumed that weddings should be savoured to the fullest without any distraction; didn’t you see it that way?
Well, I see marriage as a lifelong enjoyment, so I did not want to use one to jeopardise the other. It is true it was the day of celebration and many people were at the reception to celebrate me, but I had another important thing which was my examination.
Your paper was fixed for what time?
It was scheduled for 3pm to 6pm that Saturday, it was a three-unit course.
At the time you left the reception, what was the reaction of people and did your husband also follow you?
Well, few of my relations as I earlier said were aware of it, but I learnt there was tension when other guests did not see the bride again, according to what they told me. But gradually, the crowd thinned out; so there was no problem at all but my husband remained behind at the time I left together with a few of the bridal train who are my course mates.
Was there distraction at the time you entered the examination hall?
Since all of them were aware and most of them attended the wedding, there was no distraction at the time I entered the examination hall.
You were not afraid that anything could have happened as you left your husband at the reception?
Nothing could have happened because it was our plan not to rob Paul to pay Peter. A pastor named Isaac was the one who drove the car that day; four of my train were in the same car that brought me, so all of us walked into the examination hall including the pastor.
Was there no time for you to change your wedding gown to normal dress at the time you came to the campus?
Actually, when I came in, I tried to manage the time. Ordinarily, the department has a dress code while coming to class but having eaten into the time, there was no time for me to go and change my dress, after all they were all aware of the wedding ceremony. I am sure that was the privilege they gave me to take the exam.

Since you said that you were in the examination hall throughout the duration, it means you could not go back to the reception?

My plan initially was that I would do the paper and rush back to the reception. Unfortunately, by the time I finished, the whole thing had ended. When I called my husband, he said he was already in the hotel sleeping.
Now that the day had come and gone with the drama created by your action, how will you describe the day?
October 7, 2017 will remain evergreen in my life, a blessed day because it is every woman’s dream to get married. I can not forget the day because the wedding coincided with my examination which I was able to take.
Your examination is still on. As a new couple, you ought to be in honeymoon now.
(Cuts in) To me, I see every day in marriage to be honeymoon, not just to set a few days off for honeymoon. I think what honeymoon means is for your spouse to pet you, kiss you, hug you, take you out and all that but to me, life is in stages. So whatever you have to do, it is better for one to do it well. So for me, honeymoon is a lifetime experience.
Do you have advice for those planning similar thing in future?
My advice to young ladies is to be determined because the way to success is not easy. One needs determination, discipline and focus, because for me, forgoing reception for examination is discipline. I was determined not to fail as any other person could have said there is no big deal, I can carry over the course, but for me, I didn’t want to carry over the course because I have no reason to. Despite the fact that it was a celebration day, I needed to do what was the most priority on my list which was my examination. We should not take things for granted, when it is time to do something, it is better to do it.


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