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Sunday, January 31, 2016








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Students from primary to tertiary institutions will henceforth learn French language compulsorily, the federal government said at the weekend.

It said it will embark on intensive training of more French teachers in its bid to make it the nation’s second official language.

The Minister of State for Education, Prof Anthony Anwukah, stated these in Abuja yesterday when the French Ambassador to Nigeria, Denys Gaver, paid him a courtesy call.

Anwukah said: “French language is a matter of necessity. We have to because we have Cameroon, Niger, Chad, Benin Republic, Togo Guinea, and Ivory Coast surrounding us and so there is need for us to get more Nigerians to become proficient in French language.

“This is good for the continent; it is good for us as a nation. It is good for our brothers at the borders because it will enable us to communicate with them effectively.




Speaking to the envoy on the need to have more French teachers, the minister said: “We plead that you consider it a lot more expedient in helping us train our teachers in French both for the primary school level, secondary level and tertiary level.

“So far, we have demonstrated the enthusiasm to foster the teaching and learning of French in Nigerian schools which are the tertiary, basic and secondary levels and our main concern now is the training of sufficient number of French teachers within our school system.”

The minister also flagged off the French Clinic Project in Federal Government Boys College Apo, Abuja.

Speaking on the project, Anwukah said: “The ministry is geared towards establishing French clinics in 104 government colleges, unity schools.

“We are keen and motivated by the need to actualise our dream of making French language our second language of business in Nigeria.

“The clinic is expected to improve the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills of students.

“It is expected that with these skills, our students will fare better in their examinations and in the world of worth.

Gaver said in the absence of sufficient French teachers, the internet can be employed as a tool for training teachers.



Saturday, January 30, 2016









This has virtually happened to every student. This young who is trying so hard to win the "battle" against sleep while reading -had to take this measure of dipping his feet in a bowl of water. Seems at the end, the nap took a better hold of him. (You can't cheat nature).





 



Friday, January 29, 2016









WEBOMETRICS just released its December 2015 ranking of Top 2000 Universities in the world based on their Google Scholar Citation profiles [First Edition (December 2015)].
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Nigeria Nsukka, Prof. Benjamin Ozumba who spoke with HeroesRealLife Blog via telephone announced the great achievement. 
 He said 'it is my pleasure to inform you that UNN came 1st in Nigeria, 14th in Africa and 1389th in the world. As a matter of fact, less than 30 African Universities were ranked. Also, only UNN and University Ibadan were ranked from Nigeria.'
 
Below is the summary of the ranking as it concerns Africa






Sub: Ranking of Top 20 African Universities
Africa rank
World rank
University
Country
 Citations
1
244
University of Cape Town
SOUTH AFRICA
164542
2
443
University of Pretoria
SOUTH AFRICA
95192
3
543
Stellenbosch University
SOUTH AFRICA
74142
4
646
University of Kwazulu Natal
SOUTH AFRICA
58311
5
648
University of the Witwatersrand
SOUTH AFRICA
58155
6
802
Zewail City of Science and Technology
EGYPT
42084
7
1062
Cairo University
EGYPT
26579
8
1096
University of Nairobi
KENYA
24577
9
1124
North West University
SOUTH AFRICA
23501
10
1153
American University Cairo
Egypt
22235
11
1178
University of Tanta
EGYPT
21677
12
1193
University of the Western Cape
SOUTH AFRICA
20969
13
1225
University of the Free State
SOUTH AFRICA
19795
14
1389
University of Nigeria
NIGERIA
15076
15
1417
University of South Africa
SOUTH AFRICA
14535
16
1455
Ain Shams University
EGYPT
13780
17
1457
Kenyatta University
KENYA
13725
18
1608
University of Ibadan
NIGERIA
10867
19
1615
Beni Suef University
Egypt
10765
20
1718
Benha University
Egypt
9472
The full ranking and methodology can be retrieved from: http://www.webometrics.info/en/node/169
   
Watch out for EXCLUSIVE interview with the Vice Chancellor of UNN
 
Congratulation to Nigeria and University of Nigeria Nsukka.












Here is Master Philip Toluwase Alabi, The overall best in the 2015 National Examination Council (Neco) June/July Nation wide, with A1 in all Nine Subjects and to prove that the Master philip is endowed he also got A1 in all subjects in WAEC except The civil Education where he got B2. Philip Alabi hailed form Osolo's Compound Ika Orangun in Ejigbo Local Government received state ambassador award from State Government Yesterday in commendation of his effort to emerged the overall best in Nigeria and Osun state. Meanwhile He has also received an award from National Examination council held in Lagos sometimes ago in commended for the overall best student. He will resume to study medicine in the University of Ibadan in February, see photos below.






















1, 2, 3 or all? Lol




 










Nike

The police in Lagos have arrested two undergraduates for allegedly raping a job-seeker, identified only as Nike, and robbing her of valuables in the Igando area of the state.

PUNCH Metro learnt that the suspects, identified as Valentine and Kusimo, allegedly took turns To Molest their victim after luring her into a hotel.

Valentine, an indigene of Imo State, was said to be seeing off the 27-year-old with the hope that she would not raise the alarm when Nike suddenly called for help.


The suspects were subsequently arrested and taken to the Igando Police Division.

The incident happened on Thursday, January 14, 2016, on Idowu Ibiyemi Street, in the Igando area of Lagos State.

A police source told our correspondent that Valentine and Nike had met on a dating site.

He said, “Valentine is a 400-level Civil Engineering student of a university in Imo State. He chatted up the lady on the dating site and from there, their conversation shifted to Whatsapp, a mobile messaging application.

“The suspect told his friend, Kusimo, about the girl and they decided to trick her. Kusimo, a student of a polytechnic in Ogun State, would sometimes take Valentine’s phone and be chatting with Nike, without the girl knowing that it was Kusimo.

“Having done that for some days, they decided to invite her to Lagos.”

It was gathered that Nike, an indigene of Osun State, travelled down from Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, where she was based, to the Igando area.

Our correspondent learnt that the victim and Valentine scheduled to meet at his house.

PUNCH Metro gathered that instead of taking her to his apartment, the suspect took her to a popular hotel in the area.




The source said, “The girl did not know she was taken to a hotel because he took her through the back into the room.

“The second suspect, had, however, hid inside the toilet. As the lady entered the room, Valentine shut the door and Kusimo jumped out from his hideout with a bottle. He smashed the bottle on the ground and he told the girl to cooperate or they would kill her.

“While Valentine had two rounds, the second suspect had three rounds of sex with her. After they had raped her, they robbed her of her BlackBerry and N15, 000.

“In order to prevent her from exposing them, they took snapshots of her unclothedness and threatened that if she told anyone about her ordeal, they would put the pictures on the Internet.”

PUNCH Metro gathered that after committing the act, Valentine decided to see Nike off.

The victim was, however, said to have raised the alarm, drawing the attention of passersby.

She was said to have narrated what happened to people, which led to the arrest of both suspects.

They were detained at the Igando Police Division, before the matter was transferred to the State Department of Criminal Investigation, Yaba.

Another police source, however, said the suspects claimed that Nike agreed to mutual sex with them and only raised the alarm because she was not well paid.

She said, “How can you leave your place in Ibadan for Lagos and claim not to know what you are doing? It is not true that they raped her. She only wanted to make money off the men, and that was why she raised the alarm outside.

“The suspect said she demanded N200,000 for settlement and she is saying she does not want her fiancé and family members to be aware. She is not innocent.”

The Police Public Relations Officer, Dolapo Badmus, while confirming the incident, said the police had charged both suspects to court.

“Case charged to court,” she said in a text message













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This handsome man never allowed his disability limit his dreams of becoming a graduate. Pictured below,  is 25-year-old Didas Byaruhanga who was born without arms. Didas studied Adult and Community Development at the University of Kyambogo, Uganda.
He was awarded a diploma certificate at the school’s graduation ceremony on Wednesday, January 27th. The indigene of Kasese says he hopes to pursue a Law Degree.





If he can do it, I wonder why you keep giving excuses. Photos of Didas at the school’s graduation ceremony below;12



Thursday, January 28, 2016








This is the second video surfacing online, of this same lecturer fr olicking with his female students, just few weeks after the initial one. Something urgent needs to be done about this shameless act of a man meant to be a good role model to students but rather has been sleeping with young female students as an hobby, all because he has the power of the red pen?






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Is anyone not perplexed? Such a brain to do this can definitely be the same brain that could study and pass legitimately, can’t it? Some students in an illegitimate bid to cheat, clouded their mobile phones with calculator cases. They have such brilliant ideas, only that it’s not for a good cause.






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If you missed part 1, READ HERE

“Chai! See kaka (meaning buttocks)” I had exclaimed silently in my heart.
I was carried away staring at the ladies that I almost forgot to conclude my admission ‘rites’.
It was when I was staring at a lady’s bo obs that I almost got the shock of my life.
A lecturer in the department of Hotel and Catering Management (name withheld) simply tapped Me from behind.
“Young man, are you sure everything is well with you?”
“Haven’t you seen young ladies before? If you like them, why don’t you move close instead of stretching your neck and popping out your eyeballs in that manner?” he queried.
Those words quickly jolted me back to life and I didn’t know exactly what to say and how to answer his questions.
First, I examined the man; fair-looking, absolutely handsome with a very neat appearance, he must have been in his early 40s.
Immediately, my senses started returning, “just how did he know that I was staring at the ladies’ exciting ‘frontals’ if he wasn’t doing the same?” I mumbled, still trying to get over the embarrassment.
The ladies all smiled at him and made a mockery of me as I only managed to apologise to the man I later understood was our Geography lecturer.
“Err… I’m sorry sir, I was actually looking at the inscriptions on their tops,” I muttered.
I was still yet to find my way to the HOD’s office because I wanted to digest everything that was happening almost at a time.
The buildings in the institution were totally awesome, I was in total awe when I saw the Creative Arts Department. The architectural work inside the school were second to none.
Guys chattering away after lectures, ladies following lecturers to plead for assignments collection or test scripts, perhaps.






The ambience of the whole place was just totally different from what I was used to, so I took my time to store everything because I knew I would have a lot to tell my siblings and friends when I returned home.
It was almost noon before I got to meet the HOD. She was all smiles as she asked me if I had been cleared by the course adviser.
“Sorry Ma, is he our class captain? Or who is a course adviser?” I asked, looking rather naïve.
“My Dear, she is the one who will look at your papers and tell you whether your results are in order, as well as your admission requirements for the course under which your name has been listed,” the beautiful woman explained calmly albeit amid intermittent smiles.
Momentarily, I felt really embarrassed, but since there were only both of us there, I smiled back at her and thanked her.
After explaining other details to me, I got to know how things worked in the institution.
She also told me that lectures had begun in my department since my admission came with the last batch (those who had to be admitted because on their influence).
At that point, I was confused because I was yet to finish up with the registration, and I had not attended a single class prior to the day I heard that I had been granted admission.
Well, I felt checking out the classrooms wouldn’t be a bad idea after all, so I quickly asked for directions and I settled in fast.
As the devil would have it, almost all my colleagues were female and I immediately noticed this particular one was already smiling at me.
“Mehn, this is the real deal. See how this heavily endowed babe is staring at me,” I smiled in my heart.
“She must be tripping for me already. Omo, na my first day already and babe don identify fine boy,” I went on still buzzing with excitement within me.
I didn’t understand that her smile meant trouble for me until the next day, it was yet the most disappointing moment on my first day.
To be continued tomorrow…