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Monday, February 29, 2016









In many cases, once your wife or girlfriend goes to NYSC camp, she becomes a play thing for male Corpers, mostly those from rich homes who use their money to confuse ladies with weak brains for s ex.

A batch ‘B’ corps member, Jeremiah Osewe, at the Issele-Uku Orientation Camp in Delta State, was said to have almost choked his girlfriend, Stella Omorodin, to death over a rival corps member.

I hear the incident happened in camp on Monday. Stella Omorodion, before coming to the orientation camp, had a serious bo yfriend but refused to disclose this fact to her "rich" boyfriend.




The bubble burst when Stella’s main boyfriend was redeployed from Zamfara State to Delta State, and after making enquiries he discovered that his gi rlfriend, Stella, was in the camp at Issele-Uku.




Jeremiah met Stella and they continued their love affair. But she wanted to be sleeping with both guys. Not long after, Stella and her main bo yfriend were sighted at the popular Mammy Market in the community by the enraged "rich" lover who was alleged to have mobilised his friends to the scene.

On getting to the scene, it was learnt that the angry lover grabbed Stella's neck and started squeezing it till she almost died, before fellow corps members rushed to the scene to save the situation.

Reacting to the sha meful development, the state coordinator of NYSC, Mrs. Esther Etukudo, said:
“We got the report of what transpired between two NYSC members and our findings revealed that it was a rival love relationship. The girl was almost strangled to death by the angry corps member who claimed to be her boyfriend after what would have been a bloodbath.

"They took the girl to the hospital for treatment and the boy was sanctioned for indiscipline."











This was seen in Lokoja town. School kids between the ages of 4-5 being transported from school in this open tricycle with no safety seats. Unbelievable!










Sunday, February 28, 2016








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Students who wrote last weekend’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) can now check cut-off marks for their schools of choice.

The list contains cut off marks for tertiary institutions (universities, polytechnics, colleges of education) as published by jambnews.ng early this year. Any student seeking admission to any tertiary institution’s post UTME has to score at least the cutoff mark before being considered for the pre-admission processes after the UTME
Check out the list below:

Imo state University (IMSU) – 180

Anambara state University (ANSU) – 180

University of Ibadan (UI) – 200

Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) – 200

Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (ABU-Zaria) – 180

Nnamdi Azikiwe University (NAU/UNIZIK) – 180/200

Bayero University, Kano – 180

Lagos State University (LASU) – 200

Cross River University of Technology(CRUTECH) – 180

Enugu state University of research and expertise (ESUT)-180

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (LAUTECH) – 200

Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) -200

Federal University Ndufu- Alike Ikwo (FUNAI)-180

University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (UNAAB) – 180

Federal University of Technology Minna(FUTMINNA) -190

University of Port-Harcourt (UNIPORT) -180/200

Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) -180

Kaduna State University (KASU) -180 (first choice only)






Adekunle Ajasin University-200

Lagos State Polytechnic, LASPOTECH – 180

University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) – 180 or 200 depending on course

Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) -180 (first choice only)

University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) -200

Rivers State University of science and technology (RSUST) -180 (first choice only)

University of Agriculture Abeokuta -180

Delta state University Abraka (DELSU) -180

Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (MOUAU) – 180

Ebonyi state University Abakaliki (EBSU) -180

Abia state University Uturu -180

University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) -200 (240 for medicine)

University of Lagos (UNILAG) -200

Abia State University, Uturu (ABSUU) – 180

Auchi Polytechnic (Auchipoly) – 160

Minimum Jamb Score University of Abuja -180

University of Benin (UNIBEN)-200

Niger Delta University -180

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University (IBBU) – 180 













Governor of Lagos state, Akin Ambode at the Golden Jubilee anniversary of Federal Government College, Warri, Delta state.see more pics below; 



















APC National leader, Bola Tinubu, was conferred with a Honorary Doctorate of Business Administration at the University of Abuja 20th Convocation Ceremony held today February 27th. See more photos after the cut...










Saturday, February 27, 2016









A 200level student of banking and finance gave birth to a bouncing baby boy all by herself without the help of her roommates or friends on January 25, 2016, at the main campus (university of Abuja). She delivered of herself a bouncing baby boy within the early hours of 3am to 4am.

According to a source, she was asleep when she heard some noise. She got to discover that some one has just delivered herself of her baby without any complications or pain. Although she gave birth on her own without even her roommates knowing until the baby was out, she was unable to cut the placenta connecting the child to his mother.





The hostel porter was called, who after seeing the incident and couldn’t do anything about the placenta, later called the university school clinic nurse, who came with some medical equipment and later cut the placenta and then took the child to an ambulance waiting outside the hostel.

The mother actually walked on her own without any help to the ambulance and then back to the hostel to get a flask of hot water after the school clinicians have seen to her and her baby. She was later discharged from the hospital that same day around 9am.

KEMI AKEREDOLU (banking and finance 200level):
The mother of the new born baby is a good friend of mine. She delivered herself of a bouncing baby boy. After this event, I think she is a very strong lady because, this is her first time and for her to give birth on her own and still have the strength to walk on her own to the ambulance and still have the strength to walk back to the hostel and then to her house, is marvelous and miraculous. She is blessed and happy born day to her child (a blessed child).












she said she like to go na ughty that we should help her spread her photos so we are here to help her check the nekked photos here








Friday, February 26, 2016









Lekaaga Jackson, final year student of RivPoly, Now Ken Saro-Wiwa Polythecnic was not a politician or a cultist but was just a final year student because of someone ambition, he lost his life while going to school on his bike today.

May his soul rest in peace.





 











From left, Deputy Gov. of Anambra State, 
Dr. Nkem Okeke, Governors Okezie Ikpeazu, Abia State, 

Rochas Okorocha, Imo State, and Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, 
Enugu State at the South East Governors Forum 
in Enugu State, yesterday.


Although the governors of the five South-East states of Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi,Enugu and Imo, always affirmed their determination to give priority to the education of youths as leaders, the situation on ground show otherwise, as students pay exorbitant school fees in the region.
Imo State is the only exemption as it had been providing free education for students since Governor Rochas Okorocha assumed office in 2011.
However, Okorocha has vowed to introduce fees for non-natives of the state as Imo people resident in other states were made to pay school fees. He said it was foolhardy to provide free education for non-natives when it was not the same thing in other states, where Imo people reside. 

A survey carried out in the five states showed that apart from Imo, which was implementing free education at all levels, the other four states were not education-friendly as they charged high fees even as some implemented discriminatory school fees among the students. … of fees, levies In Anambra State, where education is regarded as the biggest industry, students in public primary and secondary schools pay levies instead of school fees.






Senior secondary school students pay about N3,000 as levies, while those in the junior classes pay about N2,500 per session even as admissions into such schools attracted an initial payment of about N12,000 for each student. Those seeking admission into any class are usually charged fees for the three terms in a session, even if they were changing schools in the third term. 

The situation is, however, different for the private and missionary schools where fees range from N20,000 to N100,000 per term. Apart from the official school fees, levies are charged through the various Parents’ Teachers Associations, PTAs, especially if there were projects to be executed in the school. For the tertiary institution, fees at the state-owned Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University range from N100,000 for non-professional courses to N130,000 for professional courses. 

The fees include sundry charges such as students’ union dues, departmental fees, laboratory fees among others. Abia In Abia State, primary and secondary schools are also said to be free, but some schools charge illegal levies of between N1,000 and N3,000 yearly. Fees charged at the state’s tertiary institutions are high compared to the financial capacity of the indigenes. At Abia State University, the fees are between N65,000 and N300,000, depending on the course of study. 

Medicine and other related courses cost much higher than the arts and social sciences. At the state polytechnic in Aba, students are charged between N50,000 to N60,000, per semester, while those at the College of Education, Technical, pay fees ranging from N45,000 to N50,000, per semester. 

Ebonyi In Ebonyi State, which is the most educationally backward in the geo-political zone, primary and secondary schools are also said to be free. At the College of Education, Ikwo, new and year two students pay N35,000 with those in their third/ final year paying N20,000. For those of the Federal University Ndufu Alike, Ikwo, new entrants pay N56,000 while the old students pay N36,000 per session. 

The state government, however, charged discriminatory fees as non-natives of the state paid much higher. Ebonyi State indigenous students pay N80,000, while non-indigenes pay N120,000 each. Enugu There are no tuition fees in public primary and secondary schools in Enugu State. However, various levies are paid at both levels. Primary school pupils pay an average of N1,000 for various projects initiated by the Parents’ Teachers Associations, PTAs. Even those in secondary schools pay various levies ranging from N100 to N900 per session. 

Both JSS 3 and SS 3 students pay between N700 and N900 in addition to the official fees charged for their examinations. At the Enugu State College of Education, Technical, ESCET, new students for NCE programme pay N48,000 while those undergoing degree courses pay N69,000 including acceptance fees. Also in ESCET, Sandwich/Part-Time Degree tuition, including acceptance fee, is N80,000. 

Students at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT, pay N126,000, excluding N25,000 acceptance fee and other departmental fees. Students who choose to stay in the hostels pay an additional N40,000. At the Institute of Management and Technology, IMT, new students pay N65,000, including acceptance fees, while hostel accommodation is N40,000. 

The University of Nigeria Nsukka, UNN, which is a Federal Government-owned institution, pegged its own fees at N90,000 apart from a compulsory laptop fee of N75,000 for new students, even as old students pay N55,000 each. 
Imo Imo State Government has been operating free education programme since Governor Okorocha came on board in 2011. 

He promised giving school bags, textbooks, desks, sandals and teaching aids to the pupils and their schools. The governor took off with the programme, but events had since proved that he has slowed down or completely stopped the implementation of the policy. Some school heads, interviewed within the week, confessed that they had since run out of instructional materials, even as they said that parents now provided books and uniforms for their wards. 

South East Voice investigations showed that it was doubtful if the state government would go on with the free education policy, especially with the current economic down turn in the country. 

Only recently, Okorocha told journalists that he was seriously thinking of slamming fees on non-indigenes, pointing out that it was foolhardy to give such people free education in Imo, while Imo people were forced to pay fees in other states.












While some of their mates and even some of their teachers are trekking to school, these two are riding themselves there. Big boys level. Lol. See another photo…1





 











According to many Ghanian tweeters who have been creating awareness for the situation, these are pupils of Kperisi M.A. Primary School, Upper West Regional capital, Ghana. And they get taught like
this everyday. Ghanians are now calling for change…. but APC is warning them against d continued use of d mantra…..






 











A reader sent in the photo. Say this lovely lady - a student of AAU - wore to class this




 











If you are looking for list of Schools that accept candidates that did Not choose them in JAMB UTME, this post will give you some suggestions. We are talking of universities and polytechnics that can allow you sit for post UTME and thereafter admit you whether you made them you choice school during JAMB CBT application or not.
As a matter of fact, most Federal Universities and popular Federal Polytechnics do not fall under this category, but most other schools that are state owned or private will readily admit candidates that did not choose them as preferred institution in JAMB provided the prospective student scored up to 180, apply for their post UTME screening and pass it.
It’s worthy to mention also that almost all Colleges of Education and majority of State owned Polytechnics will accept you without making them your choice in JAMB. These schools need candidates to come as they are, so long as they don’t fail JAMB.





See List Of Schools That Accept Candidates That Did Not Choose Them In JAMB Below
 Lagos State University (LASU)
Ekiti State University (ESU)
Ebonyi State University (EBSU)
Adeyemi College of Education, Ondo
Ignatius Ajuru University of Education
Umaru Musa Yar’adua University (UMYU)
Kwara State University (KWASU)
Ondo State University of Science and Technology (OSUSTECH)
Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK)
Osun State University (UNIIOSUN)
Olabisi Onabanjo University (AAUA)
Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU)
Federal University Otuoke (FUOTUOKE)
Ambrose Alli University Edo State (AAU)
Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUTH)
Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH)
Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu
Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (AFBU)
Gregory Okoye University, Uturu (GOU)
Federal University Ndufu Alike (FUNAI)
Federal University Dutsin Ma
Federal University Wukari (FUWUKARI)
Plateau State University Bokkos (PLASU)
Abia State University, Uturu (ABSU)
Kanos State University of Technology (KUST)
All Colleges of Education in Nigeria
Some State Polytechnics
All Private Universities in Nigeria











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You won't believe this, do u recall the UCC female aspirant that got expelled from her school because she leaked her own private video??
Well another has actually done the worse. She went ahead to expose more of her privacy so as to make it clear that she knows what she's doing and more importantly, that she doesn't have any remorse or regrets about her Mentors  expulsion from the school. Infact, she seems much happier now than ever.
 WATCH VIDEO





 



Thursday, February 25, 2016








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Yes you will ask "why the multiple thread on P.h.d?" But I think the frustration involved is worth discussing. Why do P.h.d take too long to finish? Why do some people get frustrated out after freezing their account? Though Phd involves a lot of cross examination but there are some other annoying factors that contribute to such delays and duration which I try as much as possible to compile here using Nigeria situation.

Possible causes

1. Nigeria Professor/Lecturers are Wicked

Please if you are a lecturer here, don't be offended but the bad egg are more than the good eggs. Take for example in the school I graduated from (name withheld) a particular lecturer will come to the class with this abnormal and infuriating quote "Nobody can have A's in my course because A" belong to God, B" for extra-ordinary student and C" for brilliant student". Yes! Infact the highest in the class is usually "46, 47 or sometimes "50", he made everyone look dull and silly. I took a bold step one day to challenge him which was later a detriment to my final result "he said when he was in school, the lecturer that thought him that course Never give anybody A". Sorry I digress from the main topic but that is the major problem of Phd in Nigeria. A professor will tell you that before he can get to the level he his now, he know what he pass through, so "a reprisal attack". The truth is, if I get Phd through pain and stress and someone want to get same through me easily, I remember the past and do same to him/her(that is the way we think). I remember one of my favourite lecturer back then in school, after spending 2years studying this unfinished Phd, he was frustrated out after spending money, I ask him what happen "he said he was surprise that after spending energy on his thesis, his supervisor said he cannot find is research work, he should start all over. All over, lol..after 2years..with just 1year is almost through now in australia

2. Professors will explore you

Quote me wrong if you did not face same at your undergraduate level. The high rate of corruption in Nigeria has affected every affairs of the nation including our university system, now adays you can be sleeping at home and be passing your exam if you have what my igbo brother will call "ego". I remember a lecturer too from another school, he said this particular supervisor has been procrastinating the correction of his research work, this very day he thought to himself with frustration "what on earth can I do?" And that Nigeria sense came back to him, he went aftermath to change the four tyre of the supervisor's car including the fueling. He continue by saying "My brother, after doing this, the supervisor look at me on my face and say "you have not been serious with your thesis, have not been seeing you! Let me see what you have done so far. The name of that university is in Lagos (I didn't mention any name now).

3. Phd involves money

Aside the corruption aspect, Phd as to do with an indepth knowledge of a particular problem you are trying to solve. Some research thesis might involves you traveling from state to state, out of the country and do forth, this depend on the nature of the research though, and most of this research work are exploratory in nature. Another fact is that before you can start any Phd work you must atleast publish 3 conference paper in a reputable country and publisher. I remember receiving a mail some month ago inviting me for a conference in paris, that is, I should submit my research work for a conference paper. I try and check the authencity of the mail and confirm it to be genuine but attached to the mail is a pdf file showing the break down in payment " 300 pounds(without accomodation), 450 pounds( with accomodation), if I cannot come due to transportation but still submit my paper(250 pounds). Though some will say is cheap but how about some that cannot afford the money, that is why most P.hd programme in advanced countries are based on scholarship.




4. The assessment of Phd thesis is a large and serious undertaking, it requires a substantial period of uninterrupted time

Our examiner, supervisor too are human not machine, they are busy people with many calls in their time and unforeseen circumstances which may arise in their lives which may delay their assessment and submission of report within the usual time frame

5. I too know syndrome/ Not taking correction

This stuffs affect me a lot when I was in school, no lecturer or supervisor or professor will ever accept that they are wrong especially from those they are supervising or teaching. P.hd in Nigeria is regarding as "I'm an expert in my field" which mean you are to learn from them and not to correct them, even though you are so sure that you are very crystal correct, you need to pretend that you are massively wrong if you want to graduate or get your thesis approved or assessed. Majority of us may this argue this point but I think is also a key factor in Nigeria

6. Spiritual connection

Like it or not it is one of the disease in Nigeria. Let me give you an example " I was listening to a tape by pastor olukoya( a respected man of God, mountain of fire) and he gave an example of a man that has been writing a professional exam for more than 30 years but to no avail, each time he try, something will happen, the invigilator coming might have an accident, a crisis might occur which will make the paper impossible to write(postponed) meanwhile affecting others. When he examine himself he went abroad to write the exam, that same problem keep occurring until when he seek spiritual help and discover that is family is behind him. Some of us are coming from a polygamous family where you are the only one thriving among others such can bring a discord and you discover that a Phd of 2yrs is taking you 25years.

7. Jealousy

This apply to those in the academics already(I mean lecturer). Take for example the polytechnic where I graduated. Every other lecturers in that department have only masters degree while there is this particular one running his Phd programme. This create a serious hatred and backbitting that you will even see in the open, some will even come to the class telling everyone without no shame that "look at him, he is bragging with ego because his doing Phd and talking to his superiors with no respect". My brethren this lecturer never complete that P.hd, they even went ahead to report him for not attending his class for his own personal interest. Let me give you another example, a particular lecturer in a university in the north was also facing similar problem to the extend that no nigeria university want to accept him for Phd because his colleague have blackmail him. He took a wise decision, without informing anybody in the department, he applied in a university in malaysia, the malaysian professor was so surprise that a man they have been reading his journal, textbook never even have a Phd, they told him not to worry that he will give him the Phd in due time. Till now nobody in his school knew his was during a Phd.

8. Research Topics (Thesis Topic)

Majority of us give ourselves an headache of picking a topic you cannot handle, why not pick a narrow topic that you can easily handle and finish in time. This factor contribute to reasons why supervisors keep canceling and canceling till you are frustrated.

9. Lack of proper research guidance given by the research

Without guides, a candidate cannot register for PhD itself

10. Lack of experience of the Researcher pursuing PhD which lead to Lack of interest

Before you embark on any phD programme is better you seek advice from those that have pass through it before you are frustrated out

11. Lack of Grant of permission from the organization you work for.

Not only your organization, quote me wrong "How many Nigeria university have a grant for scholarship?

This are just my own perceived causes which I'm very sure are more than this, should in case you have done your phD thesis you can account your experience here, so that others with such ambition will learn..thanks I remain kinibigdeal










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Two form three girls (names withheld) have been dismissed from Michiru Secondary School in Blantyre, for allegedly being caught in a lesbianizm act. It will surprise you what all this girls do in secret places, they worse part is that they pretend a lot… CIick image below to see




 











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Information reaching us states that a girl from FUTO (names withheld for now) had earlier this afternoon detached her fellow girl’s nose while fighting.

According to one Evangelist Annointed Charles who shared this news on Facebook, the two girls had a little misunderstanding between themselves which led to a fight. One told the other to fetch some water but she objected and started using vulgar language on her colleague. An eye witness also stated that during the misunderstanding, the affected lady pulled out the hair of the other lady which led to more drama.




When the fight started, the affected girl’s nose was bitten off causing the right part to fall off. When other students noticed what had happened, they quickly looked for the fallen part but were unable to find it.

Her cheek was also bitten too.

After the drama, the victim was rushed to the school clinic but unfortunately she was rejected and was referred to the Federal Medical Centre Owerri for proper and effective treatment and surgery.

For bleeding to stop, the medical team at FMC had to cut some flesh from her laps. As at now, the matter is still under investigation to know the real cause of the fight.



Wednesday, February 24, 2016









What is Happening to our youths?…Don’t they ever learn? See Pictures Below…
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She is a graduate of accountancy from the University of Abuja, the Vice President of the National Association of Anambra Students and she sells akara in Abuja.




She's done this business for 31 days, waiting for her national youth service and has decided selling akara is what she wants to do. She plans to continue during her service year and beyond. She's very cheerful and friendly. The first time I bought akara from her was a day after valentines day. She asked how my val was and I was taken aback because that's not a question the usual akara seller asks. I decided to talk with her today and find out why she does this business. I'm glad I did and I am inspired. Unemployment is relative after all.










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A Benue State University student has been bashed online after posting explicit pictures on her Instagram page to celebrate her birthday. She posted one showing her private part which had to censored.. see below.
















Daniel Dada Ayodele, will be the star to watch out for during the 2014/2015 Convocation of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) next week.

He made a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 5.00, which the Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof Rahamon Bello described as a perfect score record during a pre-convocation briefing Wednesday.

Bello said the Psychology student is one of the 178 First Class students ‎that would graduate during the three-day convocation programme. ‎

This year, a record has been set. A graduating student in the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Mr Ayodele Daniel Dada is graduating with a CGPA of 5.00.

“A perfect score. This means he scored As in all courses he took in the programme. I congratulate the graduate with a First Class‎.”




The first time in the history‎ in what seems to be the first of its kind in the history of Nigeria’s education system, the University of Lagos, UNILAG, Akoka, will this year graduate a student who has been graded ‘excellent’ in all the courses taken while on campus.

The student, Ayodele Daniel Dada finished from the Department of Psychology.

This was disclosed Wednesday morning by the university’s Vice-Chancellor, during a pre-convocation media briefing held at the university’s Senate Chamber.

According to the VC, the university was glad to break another academic ground, saying the candidate showed exceptional academic prowess.

He said a total of 10,907 students will be graduating including 5,472 undergraduates and 5,435 postgraduates, adding that a total of 177 others will be bagging First Class degree‎ certificates along with Dada.

The convocation programmes, which has formally kicked off with the media briefing will also feature a convocation lecture to be delivered by the Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonaya Onu on Monday, February 28.










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The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has caved in to protests that it had prevented many candidates to register for the forthcoming 2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), by shutting down its online registration portal.
Although the body had dismissed the protest as wrong-headed, in a statement today, it said it is giving a 48-hour extension for applicants to complete registration process.

JAMB will reopen its website between 12 midnight on Tuesday and 12 midnight on Thursday to allow applicants complete their registration process for the 2016 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).




But the fresh grace, the Board stated, will only be for applicants who were unable to complete the registration process as of Friday, 5 February, when the registration closed and not those who want to begin a fresh registration process.
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The reopening of the portal, it said will enable applicants who have initiated the process of registration for the 2016 UTME but couldn’t upload and complete the process, noting that the grace would not cover applicants who want to start fresh registration process.
SEE ALSO: JAMB cancels special centres, says registration will not be extended
According to spokesman, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, “the directive doesn’t cover fresh registration but only those who had either done offline registration or visited our website but could not submit.”

“The Board wishes to state that all arrangements for the 2016 UTME has been completed and examination will commence as earlier stated,” the statement added, urging candidates to print their examination slips for the schedules of their date, venue, time allotted to them and other necessary information.



Tuesday, February 23, 2016










This boy sent these fake images to his professor because he didn't want to take his Chemistry exam! If they catch him mmmh I feel sorry 4 him, on his arm its a phone charger and on his nose those are headsets