Friday, 30 November 2018

Madonna University Hostels Are 'Death Traps' - Students Cry Out (Photos)

Life in Madonna University Nigeria is a life in the jungle. The internally displaced people in the Northeast may be living a higher standard of life than the students of Madonna University.
The environment of Madonna University particularly the hostels are far worse than a bokoharam camp. The attention of the management has been drawn to the poor living conditions of the students, but Fr. Edeh and his clueless cabal have no interest in improving the living situation of the students.
He collects huge amounts of money as school fees running into millions just to gather firm for himself. He derives joy in building big churches and gathering Bishops and white people who go to Elele to sing praises to the name of Fr. Edeh. After singing his praises, he pays them in millions. Those Bishops who are guilty of this fact, cannot deny it.
If Fr. Edeh is your friend and you are a Bishop for God and for humanity, tell your friend the truth.
In most cases he deceives the white people and makes them believe that the students are poor orphans and less privileged he is catering for. Many opinions leaders believe that he collects millions of dollars on accounts of this very deceit from the western world.
The Nigerian Government and NUC are therefore called upon to come to the rescue of Madonna University students. "Our hostels are Death Traps", students cry. Three hostels in Okija Campus (St Thomas, OSH and St Peters) are at the verge of collapsing.
NUC should stop collecting bribes from Fr. Edeh and do their job in the interest of young Nigerians who are living like animals in the name of being students of a private University.
The Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria should stop singing the praises Fr. Edeh and ask him to stop being hypocritical and do the right thing instead of always cutting corners and bribing people men in authority.
NUC should ask him to reduce the number of mentally deranged people who are working in the University especially this current newly recruited uneducated boys from Osisatech polytechnic. We have never seen where OND holders are made managers of a University except in Madonna.
Nigerians, save Madonna Students.
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Monday, 19 November 2018

Nnu Vs Nairaland which forum is leading in Nigeria, read all the similarities and differences here

Over the years ,Nairaland being one of the most visited forum site and traffic source for most bloggers has been rated as the best forum so far.


Nairaland is an online community created by Seun Osewa in March 2005. It is targeted at Nigerians.
Nairaland currently has over 2,052,903 registered accounts (August 16 2018), and is ranked as the 10th most visited site in Nigeria as at August 2018,(and the 4th most visited indigenous site) according to Alexa.com. Nairaland reportedly has over 55 million Internet users, corresponding to 32.9% of the entire population. With Nairaland having a considerable but unconfirmed number of users based in diaspora, this statistic suggests that a maximum 3% of Nigerian Internet users are registered on Nairaland compared to Facebook's 11 million Nigerian users which corresponds to approximately 20% of the Internet population. Nairaland, however, does have a considerable number of unregistered users, as registration is only necessary for posting.
Figures published by Nairaland in June 2013 suggest that they had 16,668,654 visits from 6,845,453 unique visitors and 60,031,356 pageviews in the 30 days of that month. In March 2018, Nairaland witnessed 28,481,197 visits from 6,053,091 unique visitors, totaling into 219,077,675 pageviews, which is nearly four times its monthly traffic five years ago.


in 2014 Following a successful hacking attempt, Nairaland went offline briefly on the 22 June 2014. The hackers were able to get access to the website's host server and backup, and maliciously deleted all its content. Three days later, it was back online after some data had been recovered from a remote backup. However, data from 10 January 2014 through the date of the attack was unrecovered

Credits goes to WIKIPEDIA 


Current Stat of Nairaland in November 2018 as stated below
 2,119,528 members, 4,589,991 topics. Date: Monday, 19 November 2018.





NNU.NG is an online news aggregation and contributors that focus on delivering curated, relevant and latest news items that we believe are of interest to majority from top reliable sources, focusing to Nigerians based locally and Diaspora on Issues, politics, entertainment, education and many more.
Powered by G-Cyber Technologies, a professional web and ICT business with registration number 2453653.
NNU.NG source news items by publishers, bloggers, and contributors from various sources including top Nigerian Newspapers like The Guardian, Vanguard newspapers, Channelstv  and other top online news portal, blogs and other numerous sources.
NNU also have a corporate social responsibility efforts that cover ads revenue sharing and affiliate system for its member to earn residual income online on monthly basis
Paul Samson, is the brain behind Nnu.ng, he is an internet marketer, affiliate marketer, freelancer and a Blogger.

NNU was created in july, 2017, by Paul  Samson.

Current Stats: 590,270 members, 184,972 posts. Date: November 19, 2018.

 

 

 

 

in a nutshell, NNu was this fame in a glase due to the heavy finance invested in the platform, there is a roman saying that goes, use a rat favourite meal to kill a rat.

Talking about the Opposition Forum which has been a grand leading platform for 13years now.

Cannot and Should not be under rated..till tomorrow Nairaland keeps moving forward.

if NNU should stop paying her users from reading news,do you think the plaform would be as it is?

Most of the contents available at nnu are posted with credit by admins of the platform while nairaland are mostly posted by other bloggers with their credit copyrighted.

from the above Stat you should be able to do a mathematical Comparism.

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Awesome: Nigerian Identical Twins Pregnant With 'Identical Twins' Pose For Maternity Photos

Nigerian identical twins identified as Tongha Martha and Priscilla Tongha Mberekpe, who are pregnant with identical twins have shared their maternity photos.
One of the Nigerian identical twins who shared the maternity photos wrote;
This is coming few days after we shared maternity photos of 3 biological Nigerian sisters who got pregnant at same time.
The sisters, Ogechi, Chika and Onyee, are expecting mothers and decided to document the wonderful journey of them planning to become mothers at the same time. They are reportedly expecting 4 babies.
One of the pregnant sisters, Chika who shared the photos on Instagram wrote;
If you know me, you know I love my sisters to the next universe and back. I’ve literally shared everything with them (clothes, teachers, parents, food etc) I’m now sharing this crazy journey to motherhood. Gods timing is just miraculous. I could not have dreamt it like this.
Onyee wrote;
To have sisters that laugh with you, cry with you, even fight with you is truly a blessing… but to have sisters that go on the best journey in life with you – being a mother – is just EVERYTHING!!!
Ogechi wrote;
I’ve shared my entire life with you both. I wouldn’t want to start this part of my life any other way. God knew what he was doing when he gave me sisters. I’d be dead without them or at least my hair would look a mess.


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Tuesday, 13 November 2018

University Professors Earns More Than My Monthly Salary.. Fayemi

Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, has said that professors in Nigerian universities earn as much as he does, and that, in some cases, they earn more than him on a monthly basis, Punch Metro reports.
Fayemi said that as a governor, he earns N500,000 monthly salary, arguing that a professor sometimes earns more than that.
He also berated Nigerian academic for allegedly not taking advantage of certain opportunities which, he said, he was privy to.
The governor added that it was unnecessary for the Academic Staff Union of Universities to have embarked on its ongoing strike action.
Fayemi spoke with journalists on Monday in Paris at the end of President Muhammadu Buhari’s interactive session with Nigerians living in France, reports The Nation.
He said that ASUU and Nigerian tertiary institutions had benefited more under Buhari’s administration than at other times.
He said, “If you talk about tertiary education, ASUU is on strike; but you ask yourself, ‘Why is ASUU on strike?’
“ASUU claimed that it is on strike because it wants improvement in the fortunes of education in Nigeria and that government has not lived up to expectations.
“I make bold to say that no government has done as much as this government has done — not just for ASUU, but also for tertiary education in our country.
“Is it enough? Absolutely, it’s not going to be enough. We have to keep doing more.
“But, ask yourself, ‘What was the average wage in the university system before?’
“A university professor earns more than me as a governor. My salary as a governor is N500,000. Most university professors earn about the same amount, if not more.
“Yes, you may argue that there are other opportunities available, there are also other opportunities that are available that are not being taken advantage of by our academics.
“I can say a little bit about this because this is my terrain.
“I do not think that ASUU, on its own strength, can argue that government has not done well.
“There is hardly any institution in Nigeria today, including state universities, that has not had the benefit of the Federal Government intervention.
“It is either the government is building an auditorium or rehabilitating a laboratory or improving on students’ hostels in virtually all the universities as I speak to you.
“That’s what TETFUND does via their intervention funds.
“That, again, is not the complete solution,” he said
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man who killed his father to die by hanging

A Jos Court of Appeal (COA) on Tuesday sentenced a middle-aged man, Jibril Idrisa, to death by hanging for killing his aged father over N56,000.00 being proceeds from the sale of Guinea Corn.
Delivering the judgment, Justice Habib Abima, overturned the judgment of the lower court that acquitted Idrisa.
“The court sets aside the judgment delivered by the lower Court discharging and acquitting Jibril Idris.
“He is found guilty of the offence of culpable homicide punishable with death contrary to section 211 of the penal code law of Bauchi State.
“The court hereby sentences him (Jibril Idris) to death by hanging,’’ Abima ordered.
The appellate court held that the lower court erred in its judgment.
The News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, reports that family members of the deceased, through their counsel, Mr Ishaq Magaji, prayed the appellate court to set aside the Jan. 26, judgment of Justice M.A. Sambo of the state High Court, Bauchi.
Magaji said that convict agreed that he killed his father and buried him in a shallow grave beside a river in Tafawa Balewa, after an argument over the proceeds from the sale of some bags of Guinea Corn.
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