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Summary of “Sweet Sixteen” for JAMB 2019 UTME Candidate.

Lot of student from differs angles, love asking us series of questions about JAMB UTME Text. Trust me, sweet sixteen novel will definitely carry lot of marks, especially in the literature section of your english exercise. Probably, you won’t forgive yourself, if happens that, you bye-pass the novel. Stay wise!

JAMB NOVEL: Summary of Sweet Sixteen [Chapter 1 & TWO]

The novel opens with the introduction of the protagonist Aliya, who is the only child of her parents. At 14 she read a book titled sweet sixteen which made her feel that at sixteen she was a young adult and no more a child.

Aliya had always hated being a child because she felt she was stupid being called a child, so she was always attracted to adult issues and nothing about childhood fascinated her, her father thought this her attitude was because of her body size.She was Chubby and would always hate being called fat. Her father would always remind her that she is a child but she would always insist that she is an adult trapped in a child’s body. She had a mother who was a nurse and her father was a journalist at her birth, a public relations officer when she was in primary school and as she entered her secondary school, he worked with an international organization which helped the poor in Africa. Aliya got into secondary school at the age of 12, and was always surprised at her father’s …

ASUU reveals when strike will be called off

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has disclosed what the Federal Government must urgently in order to end its lingering industrial action. In a chat with Dailypost, on Monday night, the National President of ASUU, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, said the strike will be called off as soon as the Federal Government meets it renewed demands.
Ogunyemi also said that ASUU will convey the outcome of it’s consultations to government and once government implements its resolution, the strike would be called off. According to Ogunyemi: “ASUU will call off as soon as the Federal Government meets its demand. The government has proposed what they want to do so we will respond after consultation. “We will convey the points of our consultation to them tomorrow (today) and as soon as we do that, we expect them to address the minimum demand because ASUU has pencilled down their demands but what government gave was too low for them and that is why they have rejected their proposal. “ASUU is now g…

UNILORIN matriculation date announced and Instructions

The management  have just concluded and announced, The school yearly matriculation to hold on the 21st if January, The event is for only Freshers, Payment for matr. Grown is also essential.


The Matric gown fee Will  be paid to the school micro finance. Bank

PS: only the first people to come get the gown, first come first serve

ENJOY Your stay in Unilorin

Business that can boost your finances in 2019 and beyond.

There are several small business ideas or opportunities available in Nigeria, which Nigerians especially the youth can indulge in, only if they look beyond the current circumstances. Nigerians are known for many things, but one thing the world knows is that they are resilient. No matter what comes their way, they know how to survive even the blinds see this fact. Unfortunately, due to the current economic situation in the country, many youths are planning to leave the country for any place where they can display their God-given talents. They instead work hard in other countries than do it in their country because of the country’s leaders are failing to recognise that the youth are the backbone of the country. Profitable for both short-term and long-term The ideas will thrive even in uncertain economic periodsYou do not need years of experience, and education qualification to succeed, but in some cases, you do need a degree or apprenticeship and passion before you start the business.It …