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Saturday, 28 January 2012

Positive thoughts

Do the things you used to talk about doing but never did.
Know when to let go and when to hold on tight. Stop rushing.
Don't be intimidated to say it like it is. Stop apologizing all the time.
Learn to say no, so your yes has some oomph.
Spend time with the friends who lift you up, and cut loose the ones who bring you down. Stop giving your power away.
Be more concerned with being interested than being interesting.
Be old enough to appreciate your freedom, and young enough to enjoy it.
Finally know who you are. ♥

~ Kristin Armstrong
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UNIZIK Adjusts 2011/2012 Session Academic Calendar

This is to inform the general public that the 2011/12 academic calendar has been adjusted.

This was made known in a letter dated 24-01-12 issued to all departments and also pasted in the administrative building.

The new arrangement is as follows;
1. Monday 27 Feb - Friday 2nd march: Revision
2. Monday 5th march: First semester exams begins
3. Friday 23th march: 1st semester exams ends
4. Monday 26-friday: 30th march: 1st semester break
5. Monday 2nd April: 2nd semester begins
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Lagos State Government Instalmental Payment of Fees at Lasu

In a state holders' forum marking the 1,700 days in office, the present Lagos state government headed by the number one citizen of Lagos, Babatunde Fashola have given a concession to the students of the Lagos state university extending the deadline for school fees payment and permitting them to pay in instalments.

The people's governor, who said the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. John Obafunwa had earlier made a similar request. admitted that "The students are our children, we want them in school, and we want
them to have the best of education".

The Vice Chancellor of the institution informed the governor that the extension of the registration deadline would enable more students to register.

Prof. Obafunwa, In the letter also explained that allowing the students to pay their fees instalmentally, would also ensure a level of discipline on the part of parents and students.

Giving the concession, Fashola reiterated his administration's commitment towards restoring the standard of learning in the institution and urged staff and students to cooperate with government.


Source- My school.

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Supreme Court sacks Bayelsa, Adamawa, Sokoto, C/River, Kogi State Governors

The Supreme Court has in a judgement delivered, Friday morning, sacked Governors Liyel Imoke, Murtala Nyako, Ibrahim Idris, Wamako and Temipre Silva of Cross River, Adamawa, Kogi, Sokoto and Bayelsa states from office.

The court in Abuja held that the tenures of the governors started to count from the time they took their oath of office after emerging winners in their respective state governorship elections in 2007 and not from the period they took their second oaths of office after emerging winners of the re-run elections when there initial elections were nullified.

The apex court held that the trial court as well as the Court of Appeal erred in law when the considered the actions taken by the respective governors before their elections were nullified by the various Election Petition Tribunals as valid on one hand while discounting the time they spent doing those valid actions from their constitutionally prescribed tenure of office.

The court held that the provisions of that section of the Constitution will stand violated if the tenure of office of the Governors is calculated from their second taking of Oath of Office and the Oath of Allegiance and stated that their tenure started counting from their first Oath of office which they all took after they were declared winners of the April 2007 elections and that they are entitled to four year terms from that date.

The court also rapped the Peoples Democratic party for attempting to abort the hearing of the matter at the court through their preliminary objections filed against all the consolidated appeals. The party had argued that the subject matter of the appeals have become academic and should be dismissed.



Source- Information Nigeria.



Question: Should these states be left without, would it not increase Boko Haram sect crime attacks?

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15 traders killed and burnt in Zamfara as Insecurity in Nigeria Deepens

At least 15 village traders were shot dead in northern Nigeria's Zamfara state as they returned from a market on Thursday night when armed robbers waylaid the traders, who were travelling in an open truck, and opened fire. They burnt some of the bodies in the truck.

Reports says that about 100 people came out of the bush and stopped the truck with the attackers' motive believed to be robbery.

The incident reportedly occurred close to the town of Birnin Magaji, several hundred kilometres west of Kano, where nearly 200 people were killed in a wave of gun and bomb attacks last week.

Earlier last year, vigilantes from Lingyado evicted a group of people from the village who they suspected of being behind a series of cattle and other robberies.

Those flushed out regrouped and attacked the village with heavy weaponry – including rocket-propelled grenades – a few months later, killing 26 villagers.

Some believe the attack on Thursday night has the hallmarks of the group as the traders from Birnin Magaji village were ambushed and set alight, our reporter says.

Source: INFORMATION NIGERIA
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Nsukka Residents In Fear As Police Arrest Suspected Boko Haram Members In Enugu state.

NSUKKA in Enugu State was soaked in fear yesterday following arrest of 25 persons suspected to be members of the Boko Haram sect including the driver and conductor of the commuter bus.

The suspects who were travelling from the north in a commercial Nissan bus marked XA 581 MRD with inscription "Zamfara State Government" were arrested at the Opuje Junction in Nsukka, Enugu state at about 9 am.

The men who claimed to be hunters from Zamfara State had several bags and other substances, said they were on hunting at Uzo-uwani in Nsukka.

The police searched their belongings during which 19 dane guns, chemicals, electric cables, twelve machetes, five axes, seven knives as well as other unexpended ammunition were discovered to have been concealed in a fertilizer bags.

The suspects have been transfered to Enugu for further investigations

State Police Public Relations officer, Ebere Amaraizu, said that the command would not take anything to chance, stressing that thorough investigation would be conducted to ascertain the true mission of the group in Enugu.

He said: "They were intercepted along Okuje-Nsukka road in a commuter bus with registration number Zamfara XA 581 MRD and on close and careful interrogations, they revealed that they were coming from the northern part of the country and were heading to Uzo-uwani in Enugu State for hunting expeditions, having claimed to be hunters.

"Recovered inside the bus are 19 dane guns, twelve machetes, five axes, seven knives and sacks containing food stuff."

Source- Information Nigeria



With the ammunitions I see them with, I have no doubt in mind that they are hunters, except they have others not listed- Da silva
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CRISIS IN FUPRE OVER NONE ACREDITED COURSES.

FRESH crisis rocked
the Federal University and
Petroleum Resources, FUPRE,
Ugbomro, Delta State,
yesterday, following a clash
between the management
and 400–level students over
the refusal of the students to
write their terminal
examinations if their degree
courses were not accredited.
The final year examinations
billed to commence
yesterday, was shunned by
the 400 level students, who
insisted they would not sit
for the examination until
their courses were
accredited.
Due to alleged
mismanagement of the
institution, none of the
courses offered by the
institution had been
accredited by the relevant
authorities in the past five
years and a National
Universities Commission,
NUC, fact-finding team, led by
Prof Alhassan Bichi, recently,
confirmed that FUPRE
programmes were not
accreditable at the moment.
Embarrassed by the student's
action, the management
threatened to deal with any
of the 400-level students,
who refused to write the
final year examinations and
directed lecturers not to
allow any of the aggrieved
students to sit for carry-over
courses.
Representatives of the 400-
level students had in an
internal memo to the Vice-
Chancellor, Prof. Babatunde
Alabi, said that they would
not write the final year
examinations until their
courses were accredited.



Source- myschool.
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94 Graduates Joins Elites At UNN's 41st Convocation Ceremony

94 First Class at UNN's 41st Convocation

UNN holds her 41st convocation on 26th-28th Jan, 2012 during which she is going to award 94 students graduates with first class honours among others with the best graduating student with 4.9 Grade Point Average from the dreaded and most unexpected source. The mathematics department.


Editor- Da Silva
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ASUU TO DECIDE THE FATE OF THE STRIKE

Latest on ASUU Strike NEC To Meet On 31st of Jan:

This is to bring to your notice that the ASUU NEC have decided to meet on the 31st of January to deliberate on the possible suspension of the over one month old strike. This was confirmed yesterday.

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