Airtel New data plan 2016

Airtel Nigeria is one of the best Network
when it comes to internet data and they
are doing more to provide cheap and
sustainabl internet data plans for their
users.
AIRTEL USERS CAN NOW FLEX LIKE MAD
WITH THE CHEAPEST AIRTEL ANDRIOD
PLAN BLAZING LIKE FREE BROWSING.
Few weeks back, they stopped the
blackberry 2 in 1 offer which allow you to
get free 4GB data plan with just N1,500,
seriously the plan was quite economical
and very affordable for the average
Nigerians, though there are lots of
complaints that the plan zap megabyte
faster.
Airtel has officially announced new
ANDRIOD DATA BUNDLE with N2,000 you
can get 4GB and with N3,500 you can get
9GB, both are valid for 60 days. They are
promo plan like that of 4GB for N1500
which was blocked, but it’s unfortunate
that not all Airtel lines will be able to
accept this new Android subscription, to
verify either your line will be among of
eligible/qualified, just follow the below
procedure:
Before
you
load
the
required amount to your phone for those
ANDRIOD DATA PLANS.
Simply dial *437*1# for the Android bundle
of 4GB for N2,000
or dial *438*1# for the ANDRIOD BUNDLE of
9GB for N3,500
When you receive a message: “Dear
customer, you do not have sufficient
balance for this plan”, which means your
line is eligible for the offer.
Proceed with the loading of required
amount to your account.
But if after dialing the code, you get this
message “Dear customer, you do not
qualify for this plan”, don’t load the money
on it because it will not
work for that line, but you can always try
other Airtel Sims at your disposal,
definitely one would turn up for you.
After you have confirmed that your line is
eligible, here are the procedure to get 4gb
for 2k:
Load your Airtel line with N2,000 Airtime.
Then dial *437*1#.
You’ll be credited with 4GB data bundle
valid for 60 days.
To check your Android data balance,
simply dial *223#.
To Subscribe for New Android bundle of
9GB for 3.5k
Load your Airtel line with N3,500 Airtime.
Then dial *438*1#.
You’ll be credited with 9GB data bundle
valid for 60 days.
To check your Android data balance,
simply dial *223#.
These plans still remains the cheapest
data plan for now.

Young Nigerian Solves 30 Year old Maths Equation in Tokyo (PICTURE)

A Nigerian student achieved the highest
grades at a university in Japan for 50
years and solved a maths puzzle in his
first semester that was unsolvable 30
years ago.
Ufot Ekong, who studied at Tokai
University in Tokyo, achieved a first class
degree in electrical engineering and scored
the best marks at the university since
1965, the Flotilla Magazine reported.
He
began
his
success early at the university, solving a
30-year-old maths equation in his first
semester.
Throughout his university career Mr Ekong
won six awards for academic excellence.
The mathematician worked two jobs
alongside his studies to pay his way as a
student.
Mr Ekong also speaks English, French,
Japanese and Yoruba and won a Japanese
language award for foreigners. He is
currently working for Nissan and already
has two patents for electronic car design
to his name.
Tokai University is a prestigious private
university based in the Japanese capital,
which was founded in 1924. It is focused
on the sciences and technology and
roughly 60 per cent of all students are
enrolled in these schools.

WOW!! ITS OFFICIAL! Harrison Chinedu Enters Guinness Book of Records

A Nigerian football, Harrison Chinedu has
gotten himself into the Guinness World
Records for the ‘farthest distance walked
with a ball on the head’.
He posted this on his Facebook Page:
“The
certificate has finally arrive. The Lord is to
be praise forever in my life. Am now
confirmed a Guinness World Records Title
Holder with a certificate.”
Chinedu on Sunday, March 6 walked from
the Redeemed Camp to the National
Stadium, Surulere, Lagos where he trekked
round the main bowl eleven times to break
the record before trekking further eleven
times to set a new record.
The Cambodia based Nigerian footballer,
walked a total distance of 48.04 kilometers
in 6 hours, 15 minute to beat the record
formerly held by Indian soldier Naib Singh
who walked a total distance of 45.64km in
his country in 2014.
Singh had beaten a record earlier set by
Bangladesh’s Abdul Halim, who travelled
15.2 Km with a ball on his head in October
22, 2011.
Speaking at the National Stadium, Lagos
Tuesday, Chinedu said the achievement
was testimony to his strong belief in his
his innate powers. “My biggest motivation
was that I believe in showcasing my God-
given talent. I know I have the skill and I
want to show the world what I can do,” he
said. Continuing, the Cambodian-based
footballer said, “I want to continue working
hard because I have already started
working on how to break my own record. I
want to remain the best in the world.”
Explaining how the record breaking feat
was attained, President of the Rafiu Ladipo
Sports Foundation, the organisation that
sponsored Harrison Chinedu, Dr Rafiu
Ladipo stated that he observed the lad and
was convinced of his abilities before
agreeing to support his cause. “I take
interest in anything sports and uppermost
on my mind is to make him become a real
man and change his life forever,” Ladipo
said, adding, “his life can never be the
same again.”

INSPIRING!! Young Man With No Hands Graduates From University

Pictured above is 25-year old Didas
Byaruhanga who was born without arms.
Didas studied Adult and Community
Development at the Kyambogo, Uganda.
He was awarded a diploma certificate at
the schools graduation ceremony on
Wednesday January 27th, 2016.
The
indegene of Kasese says he hopes to
pursue a Law Degree…..Congratulations to
him!!!
See more photos below:

ASUU STRIKE LOOMS! You Have Failed Nigerians – ASUU Tells Buhari

All the signs of another ASUU STRIKE has
been shown as President Muhammadu
Buhari’s administration, Friday, received a
damning verdict from the Academic Staff
Union of Universities.
ASUU, at its 19th National Delegates
Conference held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, said
Nigerians were yet to experience the much
talked-about change Mr. Buhari promised the
nation.
The
administration has failed the people, ASUU
said.
The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, was
represented at the event by his Special Adviser,
A.B. Baffa.
The president of ASUU, Nasir Isa, while
addressing the conference, said, Mr. Buhari
was waging a “half-hearted” fight against
corruption, and that the poor was getting
poorer, while “a tiny club of nouvea riche,
treasury looters, phantom contractors, subsidy
scammers and rent collectors are flowing in
scandalous opulence and manipulating the
legal structures of the state to escape.
“One year after, there has been no positive
change in the major indices of growth and
development, be it poverty reduction, safety
and security, disease control or access to basic
amenities and public good,” he said.
Mr. Isa said the government appeared to have
no direction in its policies, thereby causing
Nigerians to be disillusioned with it.
“The disappointment of Nigerians stems from
the fact that we have a government whose
leadership promised change but which is not
practising transformation (deep, fundamental
change).
“Democracy in Nigeria is still seen superficially
as what leaders do for the people rather than
government by the people,” ASUU said.
Mr. Isa, whose tenure as ASUU president
comes to an end at the two-day conference,
said the Nigerian government has abandoned a
socialist welfare state prescribed by the
provisions of Chapter Two of the 1999
Constitution, and embraced unfavourable
policies handed down by IMF and World Bank.
“As intellectuals, we know the Nigerian
condition is a reflection of the conspiracy
between African rulers and agents of Bretton
Wood Institutions particularly the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (WB),”
Mr. Isa said.
“The conspiracy was consummated in the
1980s when these institutions for the
protection and advancement of capitalism,
came up with their ‘standard reform package’
now known as the ‘Washington consensus.’
“This package was designed for the African and
other underdeveloped economies in order to
perpetuate their enslavement to the capitalist
world. Many of us would recall General Ibrahim
Badamasi Babangida’s debate on this
‘consensus’ in 1985/86.
“Even though the Nigerian people
overwhelmingly rejected the IMF/WB loan, the
Babangida Government still went ahead to
implement the key neoliberal prescriptions of
devaluation of the Naira and trade
liberalisation.
“President Olusegun Obasanjo and his
successors from 1999 have unabashedly
intensified the implementation of this package
through criminal privatisation and
commercialisation of public assets, in faithful
surrender to the Washington ‘consensus.’
“In all of these, the Nigerian ruling class is
unmindful of stiff resistance by the labour
movement, civil society groups, the media and
other progressive forces in the country. This is
much unlike what obtains in other climes such
as the Asian Tigers (Singapore, Hong Kong,
Taiwan and South Korea) who got
industrialised without surrendering their
economies to the prowling reach of local and
foreign marketers of the ‘Washington
consensus’,” the union said.
Mr. Isa said ASUU must not relent in working
with other progressives to fight for the common
good of Nigerians.
He announced that ASUU has donated an initial
sum of N20 million to help ameliorate the
sufferings of Nigerians displaced from their
homes and communities in the North East, due
to the insurgency in the region.
He said the amount was in addition to the
N5million earlier donated by the union to the
National Hospital, Abuja, for medical
assistance to the victims of the Nyanya Motor
Park bomb blast.
The ASUU president paid glowing tributes to
late Eskor Toyo, a revered professor of
economics, whom he said was “a great
institution on his own right”.
Mr. Isa said of late Toyo: “He was a grand
meteor, an economist who attained an
unparalleled height in the discipline, a
historian’s historian, an unusually endowed
political iconoclast who offered himself to the
vagaries of life and yet remained a credible
spokesperson for the voiceless members of our
world, an Africanist, a rare intellectual warrior,
a writer who wrote to right the wrongs of his
time, an educator who spoke to conscience.”
The Minister of Education, Mr. Adamu, in his
goodwill message to the conference, said the
Buhari administration was “peerlessly
committed to the resuscitation or restoration of
the Nigerian Project by confronting the evils of
corruption, unemployment, insecurity and
indiscipline”.
Mr. Adamu called on ASUU to support his
Ministerial Action Plan, which he said was
designed to reposition Nigeria’s ailing
education sector.

ASUU STRIKE LOOMS! You Have Failed Nigerians – ASUU Tells Buhari

All the signs of another ASUU STRIKE has
been shown as President Muhammadu
Buhari’s administration, Friday, received a
damning verdict from the Academic Staff
Union of Universities.
ASUU, at its 19th National Delegates
Conference held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, said
Nigerians were yet to experience the much
talked-about change Mr. Buhari promised the
nation.
The
administration has failed the people, ASUU
said.
The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, was
represented at the event by his Special Adviser,
A.B. Baffa.
The president of ASUU, Nasir Isa, while
addressing the conference, said, Mr. Buhari
was waging a “half-hearted” fight against
corruption, and that the poor was getting
poorer, while “a tiny club of nouvea riche,
treasury looters, phantom contractors, subsidy
scammers and rent collectors are flowing in
scandalous opulence and manipulating the
legal structures of the state to escape.
“One year after, there has been no positive
change in the major indices of growth and
development, be it poverty reduction, safety
and security, disease control or access to basic
amenities and public good,” he said.
Mr. Isa said the government appeared to have
no direction in its policies, thereby causing
Nigerians to be disillusioned with it.
“The disappointment of Nigerians stems from
the fact that we have a government whose
leadership promised change but which is not
practising transformation (deep, fundamental
change).
“Democracy in Nigeria is still seen superficially
as what leaders do for the people rather than
government by the people,” ASUU said.
Mr. Isa, whose tenure as ASUU president
comes to an end at the two-day conference,
said the Nigerian government has abandoned a
socialist welfare state prescribed by the
provisions of Chapter Two of the 1999
Constitution, and embraced unfavourable
policies handed down by IMF and World Bank.
“As intellectuals, we know the Nigerian
condition is a reflection of the conspiracy
between African rulers and agents of Bretton
Wood Institutions particularly the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (WB),”
Mr. Isa said.
“The conspiracy was consummated in the
1980s when these institutions for the
protection and advancement of capitalism,
came up with their ‘standard reform package’
now known as the ‘Washington consensus.’
“This package was designed for the African and
other underdeveloped economies in order to
perpetuate their enslavement to the capitalist
world. Many of us would recall General Ibrahim
Badamasi Babangida’s debate on this
‘consensus’ in 1985/86.
“Even though the Nigerian people
overwhelmingly rejected the IMF/WB loan, the
Babangida Government still went ahead to
implement the key neoliberal prescriptions of
devaluation of the Naira and trade
liberalisation.
“President Olusegun Obasanjo and his
successors from 1999 have unabashedly
intensified the implementation of this package
through criminal privatisation and
commercialisation of public assets, in faithful
surrender to the Washington ‘consensus.’
“In all of these, the Nigerian ruling class is
unmindful of stiff resistance by the labour
movement, civil society groups, the media and
other progressive forces in the country. This is
much unlike what obtains in other climes such
as the Asian Tigers (Singapore, Hong Kong,
Taiwan and South Korea) who got
industrialised without surrendering their
economies to the prowling reach of local and
foreign marketers of the ‘Washington
consensus’,” the union said.
Mr. Isa said ASUU must not relent in working
with other progressives to fight for the common
good of Nigerians.
He announced that ASUU has donated an initial
sum of N20 million to help ameliorate the
sufferings of Nigerians displaced from their
homes and communities in the North East, due
to the insurgency in the region.
He said the amount was in addition to the
N5million earlier donated by the union to the
National Hospital, Abuja, for medical
assistance to the victims of the Nyanya Motor
Park bomb blast.
The ASUU president paid glowing tributes to
late Eskor Toyo, a revered professor of
economics, whom he said was “a great
institution on his own right”.
Mr. Isa said of late Toyo: “He was a grand
meteor, an economist who attained an
unparalleled height in the discipline, a
historian’s historian, an unusually endowed
political iconoclast who offered himself to the
vagaries of life and yet remained a credible
spokesperson for the voiceless members of our
world, an Africanist, a rare intellectual warrior,
a writer who wrote to right the wrongs of his
time, an educator who spoke to conscience.”
The Minister of Education, Mr. Adamu, in his
goodwill message to the conference, said the
Buhari administration was “peerlessly
committed to the resuscitation or restoration of
the Nigerian Project by confronting the evils of
corruption, unemployment, insecurity and
indiscipline”.
Mr. Adamu called on ASUU to support his
Ministerial Action Plan, which he said was
designed to reposition Nigeria’s ailing
education sector.

ASUU STRIKE LOOMS! You Have Failed Nigerians – ASUU Tells Buhari

All the signs of another ASUU STRIKE has
been shown as President Muhammadu
Buhari’s administration, Friday, received a
damning verdict from the Academic Staff
Union of Universities.
ASUU, at its 19th National Delegates
Conference held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, said
Nigerians were yet to experience the much
talked-about change Mr. Buhari promised the
nation.
The
administration has failed the people, ASUU
said.
The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, was
represented at the event by his Special Adviser,
A.B. Baffa.
The president of ASUU, Nasir Isa, while
addressing the conference, said, Mr. Buhari
was waging a “half-hearted” fight against
corruption, and that the poor was getting
poorer, while “a tiny club of nouvea riche,
treasury looters, phantom contractors, subsidy
scammers and rent collectors are flowing in
scandalous opulence and manipulating the
legal structures of the state to escape.
“One year after, there has been no positive
change in the major indices of growth and
development, be it poverty reduction, safety
and security, disease control or access to basic
amenities and public good,” he said.
Mr. Isa said the government appeared to have
no direction in its policies, thereby causing
Nigerians to be disillusioned with it.
“The disappointment of Nigerians stems from
the fact that we have a government whose
leadership promised change but which is not
practising transformation (deep, fundamental
change).
“Democracy in Nigeria is still seen superficially
as what leaders do for the people rather than
government by the people,” ASUU said.
Mr. Isa, whose tenure as ASUU president
comes to an end at the two-day conference,
said the Nigerian government has abandoned a
socialist welfare state prescribed by the
provisions of Chapter Two of the 1999
Constitution, and embraced unfavourable
policies handed down by IMF and World Bank.
“As intellectuals, we know the Nigerian
condition is a reflection of the conspiracy
between African rulers and agents of Bretton
Wood Institutions particularly the International
Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (WB),”
Mr. Isa said.
“The conspiracy was consummated in the
1980s when these institutions for the
protection and advancement of capitalism,
came up with their ‘standard reform package’
now known as the ‘Washington consensus.’
“This package was designed for the African and
other underdeveloped economies in order to
perpetuate their enslavement to the capitalist
world. Many of us would recall General Ibrahim
Badamasi Babangida’s debate on this
‘consensus’ in 1985/86.
“Even though the Nigerian people
overwhelmingly rejected the IMF/WB loan, the
Babangida Government still went ahead to
implement the key neoliberal prescriptions of
devaluation of the Naira and trade
liberalisation.
“President Olusegun Obasanjo and his
successors from 1999 have unabashedly
intensified the implementation of this package
through criminal privatisation and
commercialisation of public assets, in faithful
surrender to the Washington ‘consensus.’
“In all of these, the Nigerian ruling class is
unmindful of stiff resistance by the labour
movement, civil society groups, the media and
other progressive forces in the country. This is
much unlike what obtains in other climes such
as the Asian Tigers (Singapore, Hong Kong,
Taiwan and South Korea) who got
industrialised without surrendering their
economies to the prowling reach of local and
foreign marketers of the ‘Washington
consensus’,” the union said.
Mr. Isa said ASUU must not relent in working
with other progressives to fight for the common
good of Nigerians.
He announced that ASUU has donated an initial
sum of N20 million to help ameliorate the
sufferings of Nigerians displaced from their
homes and communities in the North East, due
to the insurgency in the region.
He said the amount was in addition to the
N5million earlier donated by the union to the
National Hospital, Abuja, for medical
assistance to the victims of the Nyanya Motor
Park bomb blast.
The ASUU president paid glowing tributes to
late Eskor Toyo, a revered professor of
economics, whom he said was “a great
institution on his own right”.
Mr. Isa said of late Toyo: “He was a grand
meteor, an economist who attained an
unparalleled height in the discipline, a
historian’s historian, an unusually endowed
political iconoclast who offered himself to the
vagaries of life and yet remained a credible
spokesperson for the voiceless members of our
world, an Africanist, a rare intellectual warrior,
a writer who wrote to right the wrongs of his
time, an educator who spoke to conscience.”
The Minister of Education, Mr. Adamu, in his
goodwill message to the conference, said the
Buhari administration was “peerlessly
committed to the resuscitation or restoration of
the Nigerian Project by confronting the evils of
corruption, unemployment, insecurity and
indiscipline”.
Mr. Adamu called on ASUU to support his
Ministerial Action Plan, which he said was
designed to reposition Nigeria’s ailing
education sector.

Top I.T Training Centres & Computer Schools in Nigeria

They are many computer training schools
that can help one develop skills and
improve knowledge of computers and
gadgets in Nigeria. However, I.T training
centres are much more advanced, because
they deliver a higher level of training in
information technology and offer
international certification after completion
of the program.
This is the major difference between
Computer Schools and I.T training centres.
It is standard requirement that both
training institutions be practically inclined,
nevertheless, the use of some text books
is also necessary as this can help increase
understanding.
The
level
of I.T
in
Nigeria has rapidly developed over the
years. Nigeria has Largest ICT market in
Africa, therefore making our I.T sector very
profitable. There is an on-going digital
evolution in Nigeria which is currently
taking place in all sectors.
Nowadays, many organizations require
that most of their staffs be computer
literate, therefore, each year, thousands
register in Computer Schools and I.T
training centre all over the country to
improve their computer skills, because this
can seriously increase employment
opportunity.
If you are seeking the Best I.T Training
Centers and Computer Schools in Nigeria,
should consider enrolling in any of the
institution below;
NIIT Nigeria – NIIT is the most popular I.T
Training institution in the world today. It
has training centres located in many
countries in world. NIIT has its centres in
about 15 states in Nigeria. They offer
international certification from leading
technology such as Oracle, MCSE, Linux,
Sun Java and more.
Each year NIIT organizes a scholarship
aptitude test and offer successful
candidates a fee discount to study various
programmes at any NIIT branch in Nigeria.
Some available courses are Software
Engineering, Network Engineering, Java
Programming, E-commerce, Database
Management and lots more.
NIIT Nigeria has training Centres in the
following locations Abeokuta, Wuse II,
Abuju-Garki, Akure, Asaba, Benin, Ilorin,
Kaduna, Warri, Akwa Ibom, Lagos and
more. Its entire centres are fully equipped
with state of the art technologies.
Visit www.niitnigeria.com for more
information
Karrox – Karrox is an international
Computer Education and Training Institute
that offer certification in courses like MCP,
SCJP, CIW, MCSD, MCAD, Linux and more.
Like other international institutions, karrox
also offer discounts on all its courses
through scholarship aptitude test. Each
year hundreds of students register for
training in various centers in the country.
Karrox Nigeria has training centers in
Surulere, Ikeja, Abeokuta, FCT, Benin,
Ibadan, Sokoto, Owerri, Osogbo and more.
You can contact Karrox on 01-7900884.
APTECH – The institute offers career and
professional courses. If you desire to
increase your understanding and get
quality I.T skills APTECH also educate
individuals who aren’t computer literates.
They have certified instructors who will
teach you all that you need to know
regarding your I.T career. Just like the
training institution I mention above,
APTECH also offers Merit Scholarship for
its ACCP Career Programme, where
successful students can get a N500,000
scholarship from the institution.
Students of APTECH get international
certification in MCSE, A+, N+ and more.
APTECH also offers international Degrees
in I.T through its ACCP i7 Programme. All
the programme help prepare students for
global job opportunities. APTECH Nigeria
has centers in Surelere, Ikeja VI, Apapa,
Ibadan and Abuja. You can contact
APTECH on 01 7749944.
GNT – GNT offers I.T training for
cooperate private and governmental
organizations. The institute gives complete
technical training on the following
technologies; Cisco, Oracle, Sun, Microsoft
, Redhat and more. Some of the benefits
the institute promises its students who
attain certification by the completion of
their programmes are Job security, Huge
Salaries, Global Recognition and more.
Some courses offered at the institute are
CCNA, Comptia A+, MCP CISSP and more.
You can contact GNT on 02 7519930
HIIT Plc – HiiT is a I.T training school
that can be located in Lagos, Abuja,
Ibadan and Kano. The institute offers a
unique short term programme for SIWES/
Industrial Training students at all its
accredited CPN training centers. Some
courses offered at the computer training
school in Nigeria are CCNA, CCNP, PMP,
Diploma in Web designing and more. You
can contact the computer training centre
on 0803 2030 202
Trisat Communication Limited – Trisat
offers training in numerous fields in
information technology by partnering with
international I.T firms such as MikroTik,
Cisco, Microsoft, and more. Trisat offers
international standard training and
certification on Programming,
Telecommunication, Database
management, Cisco certification and more.
You can contact the I.T Training school
on www.facebook.com/Trisat
New Horizons – New Horizon is a
computer training center in Nigeria that
deliver quality training and certification in
programme like Java, I.T security,
Comptia, Adobe, PMI and more. All
trainings are delivers by experts and
qualified tutors. They offer Corporate and
Career Training and also, Educational and
Public Services. You can contact the
training school
on info@newhorizonnigeria.com
IMS – IMS is a computer training school,
it is can be located in Ikeja, Yaba and
Agege. The school has hundreds of
students from all age groups currently
registered for it computer training course.
The school aims at increasing employment
opportunities by developing the computer
skills of its students. IMS offer Certificate
and Diploma courses in all its branches.
You can contact IMS on 0805 601 6282.
Chipscafe & Communication – This is an
I.T training institution that specializes in
Internet Training and other Training service
such as Desktop Publishing, Computer
Network Administration and more.
Chipscafe also offer diploma certification
and Basic Computer Training in some
Microsoft programmes. Chipscafe &
Communication can be located in Port-
Harcourt, River State.
Info SYSTEMS – Info System is an I.T
training institution which is located in
Lagos, The school offers training in Web
Design, Networking, Computer Engineering,
Database solutions and more. The services
provided at the institute both meet
international and domestic standard. The
training centres also have qualified
instructors that assist its students to
achieve their goal in their I.T careers. You
can contact the school on 0802 316-4408.

6 Most Challenging Courses to Study in Nigeria

No course studied in the higher institution
seems easy, but some are brutal and can
snuff life outta you. However, don’t get
afraid of them. They’re actually interesting.
So grab a packet of popcorn as I take you
through them.
1. Engineering: the name of this course
speaks for itself already. The dudes that
study this course eh…..*winks*. It
undeniably houses all heavy weight
courses in engine faculty like chemical
engineering, mechanical, production,
petroleum…etc..any guy you see rushing to
lecture hall with a punching calculator,
they’re engine boys o.
2.Medicine: What makes this course
challenging, is because you’ll be forced to
read(jack) like your life depends on the
degree of knowledge you obtain from their
heavy an bulky textbooks. Some of them
actually do go for thanksgiving, when they
pass their MBBS exam, that contains
Anatomy,physiology and biochem.
3.Biochemistry: people usually think that
it’s a combination of biology and
chemistry. If you’re one of such, abeg, it’s
a wrong impression. You will actually get
familiar with Bio molecules and giant
Organic structures, that will choke you up.
This course requires much logic.
What makes it challenging,is that you’ll
have to learn a lot within a short duration.
Metabolic pathways might seem
frustrating atimes…*winks*. Another thing
about this course is that their lecturers are
always sadists, due to long years of
studying brutal carbohydrate and enzyme
structures.
4.Chemistry: I call this course the power,
because these dudes can mix chemical
concoctions of Ammonia and HCL and
blow everywhere…chem guys, I dey joke
o….Its actually one of the most difficult in
physical science, because you’ll make
friends with differential equation in
physical chemistry,which will leave you
wondering if you’re studying maths or
chemical reactions.
5.Pharmacy: Its already obvious.don’t
know where to begin with this course.It
overlaps critical aspect of chemistry. You
hear stuffs like pharmacokinetics, drug
metabolisms etc.
6.Architecture: the funny thing about this
course is that it sounds cool and
friendly,but when you get in,you know that
not all that glitters are gold. You’ll get
familiar with geometric drawings,optics
and so on, which atimes is usually a pain
to the ass.
That’s my submission. Any other, you can
use the comment box. Thanks.

University News flash UBTH Admission Into School Nursing 2016/2017 Announced

UBTH Admission Into School
Nursing 2016/2017 Announced
UBTH Admission. Applications are invited from
suitably qualified candidates for admission into
the above named School of Nursing for a three
(3) year General Nursing Programme leading to
the award of Registered Nurse Certificate (RN).
Course commences in October 2016.
ENTRY REQUIREMENT
1. Candidates must not be less than 18 years
of age
2. Qualification; five credit passes obtained in
not more than two sittings in
WASCE/GCE/NECO) in the following subjects,
English Language, Mathematics,Biology,
Physics and Chemistry.
COLLECTION AND SUBMISSION OF
APPLICATION FORMS
Application forms are obtainable from the
Office of the Principal and can be downloaded
from the Hospital’s website ( www.ubth.org ).
Completed forms should be returned to the
undersigned with evidence of payment of a
non-refundable fee of ten thousand Naira
(N10,000.00) only made payable to UBTH
Treasury Single Account (TSA) via the REMITA
Platform in any Commercial Bank under the
service type “Training School – School of
Nursing”.
Forms should be returned with four (4) recent
coloured passport photographs (taken in
preceding two weeks).
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF
COMPLETED FORMS
Date: Friday 12th August 2016
Entrance Examination Date: Saturday 20th of
August 2016
Time: 12: Noon
Venue: SCHOOL OF NURSING, UBTH
SCHOOL OF POST BASIC STUDIES
Applications are invited from the general public
for admission into the University Benin
Teaching Hospital (UBTH) School of Post Basic
Nursing Studies, Benin City for the 2016/2017
academic session in the following courses:
courses:
1. Diploma in Ophthalmic Nursing and
management.
2. Diploma in Perioperative Nursing and
management.
Duration of course: one year
Entry qualifications: Applicants should:
a. Possess five (5) credits in not more than
two sittings at the WAEC/NECO/SSCE/GCE O/L
which must include English Language,
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
b. Be a qualified nurse duly registered with
Nursing & Midwifery Council of Nigeria
c. Have at least one year Post registration,
clinical experience in the relevant area and with
sponsorship by an institution or agency.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Request for admission form should be directed
to the office of the Assistant Director (Post
Basic Nursing Education, School of Post Basic
Nursing Studies, UBTH, Benin City), on
payment of the prescribed application fee of
N10,000. 00. or its equivalent in Dollars or
Pounds for foreign applicants.
NOTE:
All Payment for application form should be
made directly into Federal Government Remita
Account. Training Schools (UBTH) School of
Post Basic Nursing Studies.
Sales of forms commences 2nd May and closes
15th July, 2016.
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM
Completed application form should be
submitted to the institution on or before 15th
July, 2016. while entrance examination for both
Programme is Monday 18th July 2016 at
8.30am, then oral interview is 18th – 22nd
July 2016 at 8.30am each day. Please come
with original copies of your credentials.
NOTE: Candidates will be responsible for their
accommodation and feeding during the
examination period.

University News flash UBTH Admission Into School Nursing 2016/2017 Announced

UBTH Admission Into School
Nursing 2016/2017 Announced
UBTH Admission. Applications are invited from
suitably qualified candidates for admission into
the above named School of Nursing for a three
(3) year General Nursing Programme leading to
the award of Registered Nurse Certificate (RN).
Course commences in October 2016.
ENTRY REQUIREMENT
1. Candidates must not be less than 18 years
of age
2. Qualification; five credit passes obtained in
not more than two sittings in
WASCE/GCE/NECO) in the following subjects,
English Language, Mathematics,Biology,
Physics and Chemistry.
COLLECTION AND SUBMISSION OF
APPLICATION FORMS
Application forms are obtainable from the
Office of the Principal and can be downloaded
from the Hospital’s website ( www.ubth.org ).
Completed forms should be returned to the
undersigned with evidence of payment of a
non-refundable fee of ten thousand Naira
(N10,000.00) only made payable to UBTH
Treasury Single Account (TSA) via the REMITA
Platform in any Commercial Bank under the
service type “Training School – School of
Nursing”.
Forms should be returned with four (4) recent
coloured passport photographs (taken in
preceding two weeks).
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF
COMPLETED FORMS
Date: Friday 12th August 2016
Entrance Examination Date: Saturday 20th of
August 2016
Time: 12: Noon
Venue: SCHOOL OF NURSING, UBTH
SCHOOL OF POST BASIC STUDIES
Applications are invited from the general public
for admission into the University Benin
Teaching Hospital (UBTH) School of Post Basic
Nursing Studies, Benin City for the 2016/2017
academic session in the following courses:
courses:
1. Diploma in Ophthalmic Nursing and
management.
2. Diploma in Perioperative Nursing and
management.
Duration of course: one year
Entry qualifications: Applicants should:
a. Possess five (5) credits in not more than
two sittings at the WAEC/NECO/SSCE/GCE O/L
which must include English Language,
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
b. Be a qualified nurse duly registered with
Nursing & Midwifery Council of Nigeria
c. Have at least one year Post registration,
clinical experience in the relevant area and with
sponsorship by an institution or agency.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Request for admission form should be directed
to the office of the Assistant Director (Post
Basic Nursing Education, School of Post Basic
Nursing Studies, UBTH, Benin City), on
payment of the prescribed application fee of
N10,000. 00. or its equivalent in Dollars or
Pounds for foreign applicants.
NOTE:
All Payment for application form should be
made directly into Federal Government Remita
Account. Training Schools (UBTH) School of
Post Basic Nursing Studies.
Sales of forms commences 2nd May and closes
15th July, 2016.
SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORM
Completed application form should be
submitted to the institution on or before 15th
July, 2016. while entrance examination for both
Programme is Monday 18th July 2016 at
8.30am, then oral interview is 18th – 22nd
July 2016 at 8.30am each day. Please come
with original copies of your credentials.
NOTE: Candidates will be responsible for their
accommodation and feeding during the
examination period.

BREAKING NEWS!! GOVT Shuts Down Seven Catholic Schools in Ekiti

Seven Catholic Schools were shut down.
Ekiti State Government has shut seven
schools run by the Catholic Diocese of
Ekiti for failure to pay the Education
Development Levy.
Under the new tax regime, pupils in
primary and secondary schools are to pay
N500 and N1,000, respectively.
The
catholic schools had requested the
government to exclude its schools from the
payment, a request that was rejected.
The Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Ekiti,
Most Reverend Felix Ajakaye, who broke
the news in Ado Ekiti, accused the state
government of being insensitive by
shutting the schools when students were
preparing for their National Examinations
Council Examinations.
Talking about the Seven Catholic Schools,
Ajakaye said, “I am concerned about the
propriety of imposing any development levy
on pupils and students in Catholic mission
schools in Ekiti State, moreover when our
schools are paying various levies and
taxes demanded by both the local and
state governments respectively.
“The closure of the schools is very painful
personally to me. They are writing exams
and government is closing down their
schools. That is insensitivity.”
The Diocese operates 15 primary and
seven secondary schools in the state.
Confirming the development, the State
Commissioner for Education, Science and
Technology, Mr Jide Egunjobi, said, “It is
true we shut the catholic schools that
failed to pay. Some of them have paid and
are operational. We only shut those that
refused to pay.
“We all agreed to the development levy at
the education summit, so, there is no
going back.”
Meanwhile, the Catholic Diocese has sued
the Ekiti State Government for imposing
education development levies on pupils in
its primary and secondary schools.
In an originating summons filed at Ekiti
State High Court by the Incorporated
Trustees of the Catholic Diocese of Ekiti,
the plaintiff asked the court to declare that
imposition of levies as illegal,
unconstitutional and null and void.
It contended that the action violated
Section 2 of Compulsory Free Universal
Basic Education Act 2004 and Section 19
of Ekiti State Universal Basic Education
Board (SUBEB) Law.
The defendants are the Attorney General of
Ekiti State and the Commissioner for
Education.
The Church asked the court to determine
“whether every child of primary school and
junior secondary school age in Ekiti State
is not entitled to free and compulsory
basic education under Section 2 of
Compulsory Free Universal Education Act,
2004 and Section 19 of Ekiti State
Universal Basic Education Board Law.”
“If the imposition of education
development levy or any tax or levy on
pupils and schools in Ekiti State, including
the claimants schools, by the defendants,
does not violate Section 2 of Compulsory
Free Universal Basic Education Act 2004
and Section 19 of Ekiti State Universal
Basic Education Board (SUBEB) Law.
“Whether the defendants could impose
education development levy or tax on
pupils and schools “without a law validly
passed by the Ekiti State House of
Assembly” in view of some sections of the
Nigerian constitution.”
While praying the court to declare that the
defendants could not impose education
development levy or tax on pupils and
schools, the palintiff also sought an order
restraining the defendants from further
demand of the levy.
The Church also sought an order of
mandatory injunction directing the
defendants to endorse and approve the
applications of students of its schools for
the 2016 NECO examination pending the
determination of the substantive case.
It also sought a similar order for its pupils
in the various primary schools run by the
church in Ekiti Diocese.

Reinstate Sacked Vice Chancellors Now – NANS Warns Minister of Education

Minister of Education has been asked by
the National Association to Reinstate the
Sacked VCs in 14 days. The National
Association of Nigerian Students (NANS)
has given a 14 day ultimatum to the
education minister, Mallam Adamu Adamu
to re-instate the 13 Vice Chancellors who
were wrongfully sacked by the federal
government in February.
According to the president of NANS,
Comrade Tijani Usman Shehu the refusal
of the minster to re-instate the sacked
lecturers can best be described as a bald-
faced attempt to politicize our universities
and arrest academic progression by the
jugular.
The
NANS
President equally threatened that at the
expiration of the ultimatum, if the minster
still remains adamant, this will only be an
invitation to the Nigerian students to
occupy his office and demand his
resignation.

See Nigerian University Where Students Can only Leave School Twice a Month

Management of Ajayi Crowther University
has approved the following policy to guide
students exeat henceforth:
-Students would be permitted to exit the
campus not more than twice in a month.
This must be for very important reason(s).
-
Applicants are to collect and fill
designated form giving details of the
purpose of the exeat; destination and
duration. -The FORM must be submitted
to Dean, Students’ Affairs at least twenty-
four (24) hours before the proposed day of
exit. -Each exeat is for a duration of 2
hours only.
-The student must sign out and in the
register at the gate
-Any student that exceeds time of return
shall be penalized.
-Student exeat will be permitted only on
Tuesday and Thursday
-Students are advised to choosed the
period that they are lecture free
-Travel passes will be considered ONLY for
very cogent reasons and this will not be
processed unless the parents/guardians of
the student give their consent.
-The contact details of parents/wards duly
registered with the University will be used
for this verification exercise.
-Application for travel exeat must submit
application at least 48 hours before the
proposed travel date.
-It is important to stress that the
University will not be liable/accountable for
students for the period that they are
outside the campus.
-Parents/guardians could only visit their
wards on the 3rd Saturday of the month
between the hours of 9:00am and 4:00pm

NDU Confirms ASUU Strike, Suspends Academic Activities

This is to inform all students of the Niger
Delta University that the all academic
activities has been suspended indefinitely
following the strike action by the Academic
Staff Union of Universities NDU chapter.
Resumption of lectures will be announced
when the strike is called off.
However, Pre-Degree and Basic
programmes are not affected by this strike
action.
ABOUT NDU
Established in 2000, the Niger Delta
University (NDU) is a Bayelsa State
Government funded university which is
located in Wilberforce Island (an island of
great historic significance) about 30
kilometers from Yenagoa – Bayelsa State
capital. Our logo reflects the riverine and
petroleum-rich milieux of the State, while
the Vision and Mission are summarized in
the motto (Creativity, Excellence, Service).
The biodiversity of the extensive
surrounding landscape opens opportunities
for various collaborative research
activities. Since academic activities started
in 2001/2002 session, we have grown from
an intake of 1039 students to a thriving
population of more than 10,000 students
and 3518 academic and non-academic
staff with a main campus and a College of
Health Sciences campus in Wilberforce
Island and a satellite campus housing the
Faculty of Law in the State capital. In NDU
we provide our students with the
opportunity to change their lives in a
friendly environment. Our academic and
non-academic staff are creating a
conducive academic environment focusing
on the development of the abilities of
students. The existing twelve faculties
provide diverse opportunities.
I invite you to explore our website, where
you can learn more about our university
and the many opportunities for you to get
involved. Should you have ideas, concerns,
or suggestions that you would like to
share with us you may contact me at
vc@ndu.edu.ng

OOU Announces Second Semester Resumption Date 2016

Tips For Students 5 Lessons Students Can learn From Leicester City FC

By now, i am sure, all will have heard of
the news that Leicester City Football Club
have won the English Premier League Cup
For the Current Season. Beautiful story,
isn’t it? However what can one learn from
this? Before we delve into the lesson, let
us have a little background knowledge of
the team.
Leicester City Football Club /ˌlɛstər
ˈsɪti/ , also known as the Foxes, are an
English professional football club based in
Leicester at the King Power Stadium . They
play in the Premier League, having been
promoted as champions of the Football
League Championship in 2013–14 ,
signalling a return to the top flight of
English football after a decade away.
According to attendance stats for the
2013–14 football season, Leicester were
rated as having the 3rd best home
support, and 4th best away support in the
whole of the Football League, before being
promoted to the Premier League. Since
2010, the biggest away following was at
an FA Cup match against Nottingham
Forest at the City Ground in 2012. 8,000
travelling Foxes fans went to the match,
with the scoreline finishing 0–0. Mostly all
of Leicester’s home and away Premier
League matches also sell out on a regular
basis. Since City moved to their new
stadium in 2002 following the exit of Filbert
Street, average home gates have never
dropped below 20,000, even when they
were relegated to League 1 in 2008 for the
first time in the club’s history.
Bookmakers at the beginning of the
season said they odds of them winning the
league was 5000-1. Virtually impossible.
Now the lessons:
1. Do not Listen to the ‘Experts’
In every field of endeavor, there are self
acclaimed experts, people who love to
spew facts, figures and statistics, to show
you that something cannot be done. Do
not listen to them, do your own research,
find out your own figures, make your own
mistakes, and if there is even a slim
chance you can do it, then go ahead and
put in your best. This ‘experts’ are mostly
prophets of doom, do not listen to them.
They were the same experts that said the
chances for Leicester were 5000-1.
2. Never Underestimate Anyone
Jamie Vardy was Leicester City’s star
player all season. He was bought from
Fleetwood, his former club. Before turning
professional, Vardy combined playing non-
League football with a job as technician
making medical splints. He literally came
from the bottom, to becoming the Writers
Association Footballer of the Year 2016.
So never underestimate anyone, even
yourself, just keep working.
3. Be Fearless
Many people would have been successful,
if they were less fearful. Fear is normal,
but working through it and despite it, is
what separates winners. In every match of
the season, even against the big names
like Man United, Chelsea, Arsenal or even
Liverpool, Leicester City remained fearless
and today they are getting the rewards. So
stay fearless and study and work hard, and
you are halfway there.
4. Dreams Do Come True
Claudio Raineri, Leicester City’s coach
dreamed of winning the League with his
underdog team. Today, Leicester’s story is
regarded as the ‘fairy tale win’. Do you
have dreams, big ones that seem like fairy
tales? Well it is time to start believing they
can come true, so put your back in to it.
Work and work, till those dreams come
true.
5. Hard Work
Despite all the points, listed above, one
common theme throughout the Leicester
City campaign is hard work. So you can
have everything but you have to be willing
to put in hard work to get to the top. The
club battled all season, match after match,
game after game. Win or lose, injury or
not, they kept pushing and that is all that
is required of every student today.

Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria Spotted at NYSC CAMP Lagos

Current MBGN Unoaku Temitope Anyadike
has resumed camp in Lagos State. She
beat 22 other women to win the top rated
“Most beautiful girl in Nigeria pageant”.
she represented Anambra state and it was
her second shot at the crown.
A
graduate of University of Ilorin in Kwara
state. Unoaku alongside other corpers
resumed the three weeks mandatory camp.
The Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria beauty
pageant held last night in Calabar with
beautiful Unoaku Anyadike, Miss Anambra
emerging the new queen. Here are 10
things you should know about her
1. She is 21 years old. She was born on
September 16, 1994. She is the last
child of a family of 5 girls.
2. She is a student of the University of
Ibadan.She is studying Psychology
and currently in her final year
3. Although she is Igbo from Anambra
state, Unoaku has a Yoruba name,
Temitope.
4. Asides schooling, Unoaku has been
into modeling for some years now.
5. In 2012 while in 100 level, she
contested for the Miss UI beauty
pageant and emerged 1 runner-up.
6. She also a mixologist who runs a
small scale cocktail business named
H.O.T Cocktails (House of
Treasures).
7. She is a devout Christian who
attends Catholic Church.
8. The new queen is also a writer and
blogger who operates her own blog
which is hosted on wordpress.
9. A friend of Unoaku who is also her
colleague at UI, disclosed to NET
under condition of anonymity that the
queen is ‘friendly to those who
knows her personally, some people
see her as proud though but she has
lots of friends’.
10. Unoaku will be joining other
contestants from around the world for
the Miss World beauty pageant in
Sanya, China on December 19, 2016.

Apply for Andela Paid Fellowship 2016 (SEE FULL DETAILS)

Deadline: May 21 and June 24, 2016
Applications are now open for the 2016
Andela Fellowship, a four-year, paid
technical leadership program designed
to shape you into an elite software
developer. Are you dreaming of using
technology to change the world? The
Andela Fellowship is for you. Through
your training and work with top global
technology companies, you’ll master the
professional and technical skills needed
to become a technology leader, both on
the continent and around the world.
About the Program
Andela’s four-year Technical Leadership
Program is a blend of personalized
instruction, supported self-study and
hands-on experience building real
products. Instead of paying tuition, as
you would for a traditional academic
program, you’ll earn a competitive
salary and benefits throughout your four
years with Andela.
After successfully completing the initial
training period, you’ll be fully prepared
to start working with one of our clients
as a full-time, distributed team member.
During the remaining 3.5 years, you’ll
apply your knowledge to client work,
while receiving ongoing professional and
technical development, coaching and
mentorship.
Benefits
Program Benefits:
Competitive monthly salary
High speed fibre internet
Financing plans for
accommodations and a Macbook
Pro
Breakfast and lunch Monday
through Friday
Healthcare coverage
Savings account ($5,000 USD
upon completion of Fellowship)
A community of excellence
A chance to change the world
Career Benefits:
As you advance in the program,
you’ll mentor and support the next
generation of Andela fellows.
The Technical Leadership Program
prepares you for endless career
paths, including founding your own
company, moving into
management positions at Andela,
and taking leadership roles at local
and global tech companies.
Graduates become a part of an
exclusive alumni network and have
access to career support, advice
and opportunities.
Andela is not easy. Andela is a
commitment, and in many ways a
sacrifice. But it is a worthwhile one, and
if you give it your all, you will become
truly world-class.
Eligibility
Open to Nigerians and Kenyans
Application
1. Stage 1: Application and Aptitude
Assessment
First, you’ll complete a free
application so we can learn more
about you. Once we receive your
application, we’ll email you an
online test that measures logical
reasoning and personality fit.
(You’ll receive an email with the
next steps within 2-days of
applying)
Application for Nigerians
Application for Kenyans
2. Stage 2: HomeStudy
Then you’ll need to complete an
introduction to software
development self-study course
focused on Python. During the
course, you’ll complete a Proctor
test that will evaluate your
knowledge of the content you’ve
learned. You will also be invited to
a Slack Community called “Open
Andela” to help guide and
encourage you throughout the
process.
3. Stage 3: In-Person Interview
If selected, you’ll be invited to a
panel of interviews made up of
staff members and fellows at an
Andela Campus. (You’ll receive an
email 1 week prior to the interview
stage. Please see below for the
recruitment timeline).
4. Stage 4: Two-Week Boot Camp
Successful applicants participate in
a two-week, full-time bootcamp at
an Andela Campus led by our
senior developers. You’ll be
expected to learn independently as
well as work on a team to deliver
a final project. We’re looking for
work ethic, passion, and teamwork.
5. Stage 5: Acceptance
The highest performing
participants are accepted into
Andela’s four-year Technical
Leadership Program.
Important Dates
Lagos, Nigeria
Deadline: June 24
Interviews : July 18-29
Boot camp : August 15-26
Nairobi, Kenya
Deadline : May 21
Interviews : June 2-3
Boot camp : June 6-17

WOW!! FG Moves To Replace Religious Prayers at Government Event With This

Strong indications have emerged of the
Federal Government’s move to stop the
saying of opening prayers at events across
the nation and replace it with reciting the
second stanza of the National Anthem.
The
National Orientation Agency (NOA) led
by the newly appointed acting director
general, Ngozi Ekeoba announced the move
on microblogging website, Twitter on
Thursday, March 24, 2016.
The agency wrote: “The 2nd stanza of
Nigeria National Anthem is being promoted
by the NOA as opening prayer at events.”
Although a handful of Nigerians kicked
against the move but the agency insisted
that it was a great step towards promoting
the National Anthem.
A source privy to the matter disclosed that
the agency rule is yet to be enforced as
the agency is still consulting with relevant
stakeholders on the issue.
FG REMOVES CRK FROM CURRICULUM
“The new DG has been promoting it since
she came on board, but she is also careful
not to receive a backlash for the idea
given the very religious nature of
Nigerians,” the source said.
“So at the moment it is not been enforced
but they are pushing the idea to many
people, agencies, government departments
and parastatals and many are okay with
the idea.
The feedback so far has been positive.”

You Should Use These 8 Websites If You Want To Get Rich!

There are plenty of personal finance books and
instructional videos available to help you
achieve your financial goals, but maybe these
do not fit your busy lifestyle and you’d prefer
to have something you can access on the
go. Worry no more because we have 8
websites that can guide you in managing
your money. You now have access to
resources that will help you get rich where ever
you are! And the best thing about these
websites are that they are active and alive,
meaning that they are constantly being
updated every day, keeping you up to speed
with the fast changing financial world.
1. The
Motley
Fool
The
Motley
Fool is a
great site
for all
types of
investors,
from the
small time
investors
to
investing
commentary on mutual funds, for those who
want to go into stock exchanges, or for those
who simply want help in their personal
financing. The Motley Fool provides different
resources you can choose from: The website
itself, books, a newspaper column, a radio
station, and a newsletter. They also provide a
lot of services such as stock-rating services
and an investment community where you can
ask for help or share your ideas with fellow
investors.
2. Finance at Khan Academy
Khan academy is a multimedia website that
offers short and clear instructional videos for
all financial topic such as 401(k)s, Roth IRAs,
Traditional IRAs, interest, stocks and bonds
investment, and discussions of current
economic topics. This site is great for those
who want to learn via visual interactions or
those who are too lazy to read long articles or
books.
3. Morningstar
Morningstar is an investment research and
investment management firm where you can
find more than 500,000 investment offerings
such as stocks and mutual funds. At
Morningstar you can find the top mutual funds
and detailed analysis of those funds which will
help you choose the best investment that suits
your taste.
4. I Will Teach You to Be Rich
Created by the author of the best selling
personal finance book I Will Teach You to Be
Rich by Ramit Sethi, this site offers topics that
expand the personal finance basics from his
book. If you want to find your dream job,
planning to start your own business, or simply
want to earn more money; then this site is for
you. The site also offers tools like the “save
$1,000 in one week” challenge.
5. Rockstar Finance
Rockstar Finance offers a wide range of
financial articles from personal experienced
personal finance bloggers and writers. Here you
can access the different views and opinions of
different people with their experience in the
financial world.
6. Credit.com
Credit.com provides you a service that will help
keep record of your credit score. Keeping track
of your credit score will prevent you from over
spending and not let your debt get out of hand.
The site also has a wide range of articles such
as personal finance, identity theft and debt
management that will teach you how to
manage your money.
7. Kiplinger
This site is the digital counterpart of the
magazine Kiplinger where it features a wide
range of finance topics. Kiplinger will help you
keep updated on the current events in the
financial world.
8. Investopedia
Investopedia has every resource you need in
financing from personal finance tips, financial
tutorials, an extensive financial dictionary, and
they even have a stock simulator. This is
probably the best site if you are a beginner in
investing as they have a very useful and
detailed 8 part tutorial for investing.
All-in-all, these 8 websites will help you get
rich and stay rich – without any scammy
systems or sketchy people to dodge!

FINALLY!! MTN Announces New Data Plan For 1,000 Naira Only

Recently, MTN Nigeria has had a lot of
complaints over their exorbitant data plans.
Many users are tired since most times the data
plans and subscriptions, do not even last long
enough.
Formerly we had this:
Here are
MTN Data
bundle
plans,
price and
activation
codes,
culled
from MTN
Nigeria
website
here .
Bundle Plan Price Validity Text
to
131
USSD
Code
10MB 100 24 Hrs 104 *104#
25MB 150 24 Hrs 112 *112#
50MB 200 24 Hrs 113 *113#
150MB 500 7 Days 103 *103#
260MB 1000 30
Days
106 *106#
325MB 1300 30
Days
109 *109#
750MB 2000 30
Days
110 *110#
1.5GB 3500 30
Days 111 *111#
4.5GB Night
plan
(9PM-6AM)
2500 30
Days
102 *102#
4.5GB 6500 30
Days
129 *129#
7.5GB 8000 30
Days
101 *101#
4.5GB (1.5GB
day
6.01am-8.59pm
and 3GB night
9pm-6am)
2500 30Days 120 *120#
Data Usage Guide
ACTIVITY USAGE GUIDE
1 hour instant
messaging
0.25MB- 1MB
1 hour of web
browsing
1.5MB-25MB
Download 100 e-
mails
1MB-10MB
1 hour on
Facebook
2MB- 80MB
Download 1 photo 0.05MB-2Mb
Download 1 MP3
file
3MB- 8MB
1 software
download
70MB-800MB
1 hour of video
streaming ( e.g.
YouTube)
250Mb-500MB
Data Speed
Signal Peak
Speed
Average
internet
browsing
speed
GPRS 115
kbps
33 –
35..8kbps
EDGE 384
kbps
Not Yet Fully
deployed
3G 384
kbps 100 –
240kbps
3.5G
(HSDPA)
3.6
Mbps
800kbps
Notes: The table above represents the Peak
data rates across the MTN network, and also
shows the average transfer rate of data when
accessing popular internet sites using the MTN
Network. It should be noted that the actual
speed experienced by the end user could be
different from the table above due to other
limitations outside of MTN’s control, such as:
The resource used (e.g device type) being
used to access the mobile data service.
The availability of the server being
accessed (internet site, mail server, etc.)
But now,
MTN Announces New Data Plan For
1,000 Naira
To get 1.3gb for 1,000 naira only, send
106 to 131.
Also tell others.

List of Schools Whose Post UTME Forms Are Available

First of all it is important to state that, all
should be careful of people who offer to
help you buy Post UTME forms on the
internet.
Many students are not sure, which schools
currently have Post UTME forms on sale,
so we decided to compile a list of all of
them with links, so you can easily access
them. Click on the links of each school, to
easily access the website.
List
of
Schools Whose Post UTME
Forms Are Available
OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY (OOU)
AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY ADO EKITI
(ABUAD)
VERITAS UNIVERSITY
BOWEN UNIVERSITY
IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY
PAN ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY
BELLS UNIVERSITY
KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY (KWASU)
COVENANT UNIVERSITY
REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY