Tuesday, 31 January 2017

C.J Nation In Collaboration with NSUK Guide.


From the stable of creativity comes a great concept from great minds with great target for great audience!!!

Live in the ancient city of Keffi comes an event of great magnitude with high altitude accompanied with good attitude and awesome rectitude. It is true that many have staged performances and that many have held concerts, parties and shows but the truth remains that, you've seen nothing yet because you're yet to unravel the great mystery of pleasure which to many is a treasure to behold.

C.J Nation in collaboration with Nsuk Guide is bringing live the mystery behind pure and breathe taking entertainment show that will leave your mouth ajar to say wow, your eyes wide open to see the magical effect of music, dance and comedy and your ears shut from listening to any advert about any other show.
Abuja, Kaduna, Jos, Benue, Kogi, Niger, Lafia stand up and turn up... Keffi get ready, add more rooms to your lodges and establish more capacity building for large accommodation and recreation for the city will be filled up with visitors from far, near and within. The show its gonna be brighter than Halogen lamp if NEPA like make dem take light.

DATE: Friday 10th February, 2017
TIME: 6pm (European, American, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Dubia time. NO AFRICAN TIME!
VENUE: Nsuk Theatre Arts Mini Complex
Gate Pass: In figure: #199:00k
                   In words: One Hundred and
                   Ninety Nine Naira Only
                   (Bring #200 and get
                    your #1 balance)

ATTRACTIONS: Dances by professors of dance, Music by lyricists and professors of vibes, comedies by professors of laughology, smileogy, rib crackers, comedy HOD and other microphone vandalist and problems undertakers.

SIDE ATTRACTIONS: Red carpet, graphics, photography and videographer with Nsukguide TV.

For advert, placement, enquiries, reservations, tickets and bookings please call: 0 8 3 6 3 3 5 6 4 7 / 0 8 0 9 4 5 5 8 4 3 5 or visit us @ Mark Motion shop located below the Faculty of Arts staircase beside LT.

...the only way to describe it is wow!
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Monday, 30 January 2017

INTERVIEW: ONE-ON-ONE WITH ONE OF KEFFI'S UNIQUE ARTIST - KING IBRO

KING IBRO

KingIbro (Ibraheem Awwal Sanee) is a unique entertainment act. The Arewa born entertainer/poet has carved a niche for himself and his blossoming career.

In this interesting interactive session with NSUK Guide, KingIbro, the Arewa Spoken Words King, talks about his personality, childhood, family, been raised by a single parent (His Mother), life as an entertainer, the hustle so far, his new Label/management, whats coming up, his love life, the roads ahead of him and guess what.... he finished from one of the toughest Universities in the North-East of Nigeria. 

Sit back, relax and enjoy as this AREWA Spoken Words King shares some of his pleasant memories about his life and career and what to expect from him in this is his first exclusive info segment with NSUK Guide.


Excerpts


1. So let us get to know you. Briefly tell us about you and what you do.

Ibraheem Awwal Sanee is my name, a graduate of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi; with Environmental Management Technology as a discipline. I am a performing act (Artist). From keffi, Nasarawa State; but as the Hustle have it "AREWA is home".

2. How would you describe your style of music/sound?

My kind of music/sound is very distinctive. Spoken words is entirely a new thing in Arewa  as it is, my brand is to give the listener a clearer picture of life and its happenings for either the past, present or future. I am a page in the book of so many stories, so is everybody walking the earths' surface. Arewa is home that’s why I fused the "Hausa language" into the sounds, for easy understanding to everyone out there.

3. How long have you been into music/poetry?
Into Music? ehmm i have always been a music lover from day one. During my Secondary School days, I use to be "The Press Leader" so Literature/English came as breakfast laughs). And you know literature is art. Then the early stage of the university, I was more into social media influencing. Promoting some Arewa big artiste through my social media platforms. And one day i felt there's a pattern missing from Arewa; the spoken words side of sound. Now I am here!


4. Is any member of your family into any form of entertainment?
(Laughs seriously) "Nahhhh, not all eggs should be in one basket, you know"

5. Do you play any musical instrument?
I wish I could, Piano and guitar would have been the first two instruments I would want to learn because of my kind of sound.



6. Aside being a Poet, is there any artistic talents that you have?
" Saturday morning training, I find myself in the football field playing the wings" football was the deal before the real deal.

7. What Motivated You To Go Into Spoken Words Sounds and Poetry?
It is a unique way of giving life, regardless deep or soft and can be difficult too. I realize spoken word is missing in the Arewa rap scene. So I decided to write that page. Just as it may sound weird...I am here for the money too, to buy my mother and sister the favorites they never had. A reason for me to be Unique.  "Bro i came from a struggle, being raised by a woman from day zero... Fam!!! The cure is Money!"

8. Tell Us More About Yourself, Family, and Childhood?
I am the first child and only son of two children. Momma ( Hajiya Hassana Taiwo Ibraheem) did everything to make sure we grew up right. Life wasn't as rosy as the name is becoming now, but i say "Alhamdullilah". I also have the best sister the world can think of, Ibraheem Aminat Sanee (miemie).

9. Do Your Family Support What You're Doing?
"Make sure your sound is a reason to the smiles of millions, don't deviate from this brand, it would raise you beyond imaginations" that’s my momma's words always.... so you know the support is real.

10. Tell us about your stage name and how it came about.
Okay.... while growing up, i had the usual pet name "junior" and did I tell you I share same name with my dad IBRO? So it is "Ibro Junior". But as the name got louder, the need to give it a slick perfection came up. The brand name is now "king Ibro"

11. Who do you look up to as your role model?
Outside the Nigerian borders;  J.Cole, Wale, Chance The Rapper, Tory Lanes,  Ab Soul, The Game, Kendrick, young MA and of course Khelani within here; Burna Boy, Morell (Big bro), Vector, and every other  star keeping it real (you never know who's up next!").


12. What are you working on right now?
2017.... is  going to be a year to get the brand "king Ibro" on all lips across Arewa,  Nigeria and the African continent is about to witness something new. Been working on music worthy of the name, and there's a surprise too...!

13. How many tracks have you recorded?
No official single out yet. Am working on that now. Thanks to my management "Centz Media and Management Company CMMC " but I have tracks like Famous, ShoutOut (freestyle), Boom Boom Boom, Yan Gan'Gan(ft Daladawah), This Tears, "for Momma!". Six so far out there on music blogs. but they are not official songs. The brand just got better with the intervention of my new Label/management.

14. Which international act would you like to do collaboration with?
Thats a hard nut to crack! But I wouldn't mind doing songs with all my favourites, once the brand is not compromised.

15. Are you in a romantic relationship? And do you have a crush on someone in the industry?
Are relationships meant to be romantic... ? (Laughs) "kai bro, mu wuce gurin" (lets skip that part).

16. What Inspires You to do what you do?
Inspiration? God, My Family( reasons i tattooed "Family First" on my wrists, Friends, and the Money!" (Laughs!)

17. Where Are You Based Keffi Or Abuja?
Nahhh Keffi is Home, but am all over Arewa; depends on how the hustle pushes man.

18. Am sure you have one or two shows that you attend, How Do You Create Time To Study?
... (Laughs) bros if you are good, you are good. Am not saying much.

19. Are You Under Any Record Label?
Yeah.. Centz Management and Media Company (CMMC) is this king's palace. "we family in there!"

20. As an upcoming act, what’s your perception about the Nigerian music industry?
Everybody is trying to follow the steps that isn't theirs. Try be a brand, be different. Over time it pays, look at Simi, Falz, Adekunle, Brymo,Temmie Wvasa (YBNL princess).

21. What would constitute success for you as a Artist?
 Success is me giving my fans the reason to ask for more. Inspiring them through my sounds, and meals on the table to go round. "Hunger is an issue!"

22. What has been your greatest challenge?
 Perfecting the brand, and financially not stable...(laughs) you know the story

23. Three years from now, where do you see yourself?
 Shutting down stages, knowing everybody in there paid to see me perform. That’s the joy of success!


24. Message To Fans and what they should expect.
I usually say I don't have fans. we all family and friends, i really appreciate the love and support from all, i would forever respect you, for without you i wouldn't be the king i am today . NAGODE sosai and follow on social media platforms to be part of the movement. @kingibro_cmmc on twitter and IG, and "KingIbro" on Facebook

25. What do you think about NSUK Guide?
Really? (Laughs) .....NSUK Guide has been family from the first contact!
This is the medium with which NSUK is sold out. Keffi is my home, i never attended NSUK but i can give you some precise details of NSUK. you want to know why? ... NSUK Guide made it possible! i am a part of the outer team. and please if you see "Mr. Mark Motion tell him i really Appreciate what he got going on, respect!" (laughs) ohhh its you tho....(Laughs again)"

Thank you very much for this chance, I can't say no to family!




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Saturday, 28 January 2017

Admission List: Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) Undergraduate Supplementary UTME/DE Admission List 2016/2017 Released




Team NSUK Guide is proud to bring to you the 2016/17 NSUK Undergraduate Supplementary Admission List, all the applicants who sat for the NSUK Post-UTME screening can now check their admission status.

Click HERE to download the PDF file containing the 2016/17 NSUK Provisional Admission List.




Goodluck and we hope to see in school for registration.


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Thursday, 26 January 2017

NSUK GUIDE TV EPISODE 1 : Exclusive Video Interview With Otublinks



From the Celebrity Interview Package of NSUK Guide TV, we bring this exclusive interview with one of NSUK's finest celebrities. 


Otublinks whose real name is Patrick Otu, 300 level student of Sociology, Nasarawa State University Keffi

Talks about himself and his Music Career in This Exclusive Video Interview with NSUK GUide TV



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Watch Below



Anticipate Another Episode of NSUK Guide TV Celebrity Interview with another of NSUK's Fine Artist = 2HOLY

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UNIBEN Student Makes A Portrait Of Their VC With 6000 Bottle Covers (Photo)

UNIBEN student uses over 6000 bottle covers to create a portrait of the university's V.C, the biggest bottle cap potrait in Africa.. See photo below

https://www.instagram.com/p/BPuX3mtDnaS/?taken-by=josh_egesi



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Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Nasarawa State University, Keffi 2016/17 2nd List Coming Soon


NSUK 2016/17 2nd List Coming Soon
Next Set of Principal Officer Emerge February 3

By Ofim, Kelechi Ofim

The supplementary admission list for Nasarawa State University, Keffi, is ready and will be placed any moment from now, a valid source has confirmed.

The list is awaiting a final nod from authorities, which can happen at any moment, before it will be released on the school website and the notice board.

However, the source disclosed that the number of candidates on the list is a far cry from what the school requested from the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB.

“We have actually exhausted our quota in the first list. We had to exert reasonable pressure on JAMB to allow us admit at least 700 more, but we only got less than 300”, he lamented.

The implication of this development is that the second list is as good as no list at all, because over 31,000 candidates were actually expecting their names on the list which implies that over 31,000 will still not be admitted.

Meanwhile, the Governing Council of the University will announce the names of successful candidates for the soon to be vacant principal posts of Registrar, Bursar and Librarian at its meeting scheduled to hold on February 3, 2017.

Already tension is high as to those who will succeed the trio of Alhaji Dalhatu Mamman, Mr. Stephen Azizi and Dr. Ishaq Musa, who are Registrar, Bursar and Librarian respectively. That of the Registrar being the most keenly contested.

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NSUK Fashion Police: HOW TO BE A COMPLIANT FASHIONISTA IN NSUK


MODELS: Sylvia Ejenake & Nsharri Murphy
DEPARTMENT: Theatre and Cultural Studies

Fashion can be risky sometimes, but when you know how to combine pieces appropriately, it can be worth the risk.

Sylvia Ejenake (Left) keeps her tomboy style in check. Notice her simplicity and decency, highly commendable.

Nsharri Murphy (Right) is wearing a jumpsuit designed with a low v-neck to show off some cleavage, but she chose to wear a brooch over that opening so as to cover her cleavage. This is classy and decent. Nice touch of ankara.

OUTFITS: ✔️ Beautiful.
ACCESSORIES: πŸ‘ African accessories.
COLOR COMBO: πŸ‘ Creative
HAIRDO: πŸ‘ŒOn point
MAKEUP: πŸ…° PRO.
FASHION LEVEL: πŸ’―% Fashionista.

Be like Sylvia and Nsharri.

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Sunday, 22 January 2017

Good Music Alert: Download Tomorrow by Otublinks



                        Otublinks – Tomorrow

Otublinks whose real name is Patrick Otu, 300 level student of Sociology, Nasarawa State University Keffi has not relent in dishin’ out dope and quality music to the public. He blesses his fans with his own version of ‘Ogene’ which is originally Zoro’s track. He calls his own “Tomorrow”. This guy is dope, Zoro is going to be happy with lines on his beat.

Download & Listen below:

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Saturday, 21 January 2017

NSUK Fashion Police: Good or Bad?


Is this a good or a bad fashion?

Firstly, the patterns on all the pieces are at war with each other.
Secondly, this is not smart at all.
Thirdly, what was she thinking?

In NSUK, you gotta look smart. Therefore, this is classified as bad fashion.

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Wednesday, 18 January 2017

NSUK Fashion Police: How to Dress in NSUK

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Model: Christiana Ige
Department: Theatre and Cultural Studies

This is an example of good fashion in Nsuk. Are you putting on a sleeveless or strapless dress? Throw a blazer, a pullover, a kimono, or just any jacket on, like Christiana has done in the above photo.

Outfit: ✔️
Color combo: πŸ‘Œ
Hairdo:πŸ‘
Accessories: πŸ‘

Be like Christiana!

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Monday, 16 January 2017

NYSC releases time-table for 2016 Batch B stream II




NYSC releases time-table for 2016 Batch B stream II
JANUARY 16, 2017

The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, management has released the time-table for 2016 Batch B stream II orientation course.

A statement released by the management reads, “The NYSC Management wishes to inform prospective Corps members and other stakeholders that the 2016 Batch ‘B’ (Stream II) Orientation course will commence on Tuesday, 24th January, 2017.

The lineup of activities for the course is shown below:

  1. Tue 24th – Wed 25th, Jan 2017- Registration/verification exercise.
  2. Thursday, 26th January, 2017 – Swearing-in ceremony.
  3. Monday, 13th February, 2017 – Closing ceremony.

Prospective Corps members are advised to report to camp at the scheduled date as registration/verification will end at midnight of January 25, 2017.

All are also to note that original copies of academic credentials and other documents uploaded during the online registration MUST be presented on camp for physical verification.

In addition, all Prospective Corps members MUST present medical certificate from a government or military hospital showing their health status before they will be registered and admitted for the Orientation course.

Management wishes prospective Corps members safe journey to their respective camps as well as a successful Orientation course.

Source: Vanguard Nigeria

You may also need to read these Articles:

THINGS YOU MUST NOT FORGET TO TAKE TO NYSC CAMP

WHAT EVERY YOUTH CORPER SHOULD KNOW BEFORE LEAVING FOR NYSC ORIENTATION CAMP


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Saturday, 14 January 2017

Federal Medical Center Keffi Confirms Lassa Fever Case

Federal Medical Center Keffi Confirms Lassa Fever Case

|January 13, 2017|


Dr Giyan Joshua-Ndom, the Medical Director of the Federal Medical Centre, Keffi, Nasarawa state, has confirmed that a patient at the centre was suffering from a disease suspected to be Lassa fever.

Joshua-Ndom told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday that the centre had reported the matter to the Ministry of Health as well as the Centre for Diseases Control, Abuja.

“It is true that a suspected case of Lassa fever had been discovered at the centre with a male patient being its victim.

“But, I want to use this medium to appeal to patients and members of the public to remain calm as necessary steps had been taken to avert the spread of the virus.

“The patient with the suspected case of Lassa fever had been separated from other patients and we are on top of the situation to curtail the spread of the disease,” he said

The medical director reaffirmed the commitment of the centre to continue with projects that had a direct bearing on the lives of doctors, other staff and Nigerians at large.

Lassa fever or Lassa hemorrhagic fever (LHF) is an acute viral hemorrhagic fever caused by the Lassa virus and first described in 1969 in the town of Lassa, in Borno State, Nigeria. Lassa fever is a
member of the Arenaviridae virus family. Similar to ebola, clinical cases of the disease had been known for over a decade but had not been connected with a viral pathogen.

The animal vector for Lassa virus. The animal is the, 'multimammate rat.'

Transmission
Humans usually become infected with Lassa virus from exposure to urine or faeces of infected Mastomys rats. Lassa virus may also be spread between humans through direct contact with the blood, urine, faeces, or other bodily secretions of a person infected with Lassa fever. There is no epidemiological evidence supporting airborne spread
between humans. Person-to-person transmission occurs in both community and health-care settings, where the virus may be spread by contaminated medical equipment, such as re-used needles. Serial transmission of Lassa virus has been reported.

Lassa fever occurs in all age groups and both sexes. Persons at greatest risk are those living in rural areas where Mastomys are usually found, especially in communities with poor sanitation or crowded living conditions. Health workers are at risk if caring for Lassa fever patients in the absence of proper barrier nursing and infection
control practices.

Signs and Symptoms of Lassa Fever
The signs and symptoms of Lassa fever commonly happen 1-3 weeks after a person has come into contact with the virus. For most of those with a Lassa fever virus infection; around 80%, symptoms are mild and under-diagnosed. Mild symptoms include:
Weakness
Headaches
Slight fever
General malaise
Fever.
Pain behind the chest wall (retrosternal pain).
Sore throat.
Diarrhea.
Pink eye (conjunctivitis).
Back pain.
Swelling of the face.
Protein in the urine.
Mucosal bleeding (nose, mouth, lungs, and digestive tract).
Cough.
Stomach pain.
Vomiting.
Hearing loss.
Tremors.
Encephalitis (infection/inflammation of the
brain).

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Friday, 13 January 2017

Crime Alert for NSUK Students

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Crime Alert for NSUK Students

This is a warning to all NSUK students, especially the ladies. There's a criminal gang operating around High Court, BCG, Behind Loremm, Angwa Lambu and other areas.

This gang has a scout. He is visiting rooms pretending to be looking for someone, unusually he gives a female name that you probably don't know. In the process he initiates a friendly conversation with you, even says “won't you invite me in”, if you fail to do so.

For being “nice” and courteous many have fallen for his antics and invited him into their rooms where he tells them stories like “my father is a Senator” or “my father works with the CBN” and stuffs like that. The kind of stories women love to hear!

His mission is to know how rich you are or the amount of property you have so that he will alert his gang of the next place to rob or buggle during break.

Be careful on how you let strangers into your apartment. Be careful about how you show off your acquisitions. Times are hard. Boys are not smiling.

You may be their next victim. Be on the alert. Tell your friends. Share on your wall, group pages and Whatsapp group and list.

Thanks

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Thursday, 12 January 2017

TEASER VIDEO: NSUK THESPIANS @ CALABAR CARNIVAL FREE STYLE DANCE VIDEO


After the calabar carnival, the great Thespians from Nasarawa state decided to do a mini display for their fans to watch and also appreciate their work. you can follow this link below to download and watch the exclusive video shot and edited by TeamNsukGuide TV







NSUK thespians taking a site seeing @ Tinapa


Main carnival day at calabar street



NSUK thespians having a blast at the Tinapa shopping Mall


Watch Out for the Main Carnival Perfomance Video

Credits
Video Shot By: Micheal Innocent (C.J)
Edited By: Mark Motion Pictionz 

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Wednesday, 11 January 2017

STUDENT MODE OF DRESSING-FRESHERS




STUDENT MODE OF DRESSING-FRESHERS

WRITTEN BY RIDAN DANIEL

There is a saying that goes;

_the way you dress, is the way you will be addressed_

It is indeed a wise saying, when I entered school today, I was so much tempted to write this article.
Whenever I see a fresher, I easily recognize because of the mood of dressing, I was impressed the way they dress, but a thought came into me immediately. Many dressed like that last session, but only a few dress responsible up till now.

I asked a question _why?_

The percentage that the new intake will continue to dress in that manner in which they start is not up to 11% this is because they now find themselves in campus and want to dress in the ways in which they will be admired, to the extend of dressing half-naked.
I started with a say:

_the way you dress, is the way you will be addressed_ 

And I confine myself in this saying, when you dress proper and decent, you find out, you will be addressed proper even by lecturers. Dressing sexy only attract guys who wants sex to you.

My dear friends you don't need to dress sexy so that every body will look at you and say you are the most hottest girl in campus, but dress so that you will be addressed properly and the family you come from will be respected.

It is believed that once you are out of home to campus, it is the time for you to live a free life, nobody question you the way you live your life.
There is high record of raping today because of improper dressing, but in a situation where by you are well dressed, you free the minds of guys/babes from thinking immoral act.

I tried hard to trace why student dress that way and find out that, some never dress that way while at home, they now take advantage of the period of being in school. Why do you want to be naked, putting evil in the eyes of many, causing those who are trying hard to be righteous into sinning?

Any time I pass High Court and Agwan Lambu, I always bend my head while walking, simply because I am ashamed of the way girls most especially dress. I wish one day I will be bold enough to walk up to some of them and speak to them, but shame won't let me.

I am using this medium to promote modest dressing to both freshers and returning student in NSUK. we so much care about you and your social life.
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Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Dope Jam Alert_Halloween_Vhenomm




Vhenomm Gives His Fans What They Have All Been Waiting For And On This Mad Jam Tittled Halloween And As Usual he Didn't Disappoint! Download And Enjoy Below

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Monday, 9 January 2017

NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI 2016/17 UNDERGRADUATE REGISTRATION FOR RETURNING STUDENTS


NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI
2016/17 UNDERGRADUATE REGISTRATION 

FOR RETURNING STUDENTS

Registration Period: 
2nd January to 2nd February., 2017.

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All spill-over students should also make sure they register within this period as no further registration will be allowed after this period.

Late Registration:
3rd February to 10th February., 2017 (Additional Fees of N5000).

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NOTE:
Please note that the Portal will be closed by mid night 10th February, 2017, therefore, all students are advised to register and print their Course Forms and Exams Cards before then (10th February, 2017). After that Students will only be able to check registered courses. Any add and drop of courses must be done within this registration period. Failure to register within this registration period will amount to forfeiting the Academic Session.

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Man Insists On Paying Extra Bride Price After Seeing His Wife In This Dress


US-based Nigerian man insists on paying extra bride price after seeing wife in this gown (photos).
His eyes almost popped out of their sockets on seeing his wife’s figure showcased in glamorous body-clinging gown.

He definitely saw her in a way he’s never seen her before. The US Based Nigerian couple, Law and Anambra State-born Nkeiruka Mkparu, a medical doctor who is Resident Pediatrician at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, tied the knots last year.

He posted one of their wedding photos weeks ago and wrote:
“After I saw her in this dress, I called her father and insisted that I must pay more bride price!! I am blessed.”
Source ::: http://www.praizeblog.com/2017/01/us-based-nigerian-man-insists-on-paying.html?m=0




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Sunday, 8 January 2017

NSUK Fashion Police: Welcome Back To School



NSUK Fashion Police welcomes all students back on campus.

What is Fashion?

When we say fashion, it connotes contemporary fads, an art form, etc, but it is way beyond that.
*Fashion is an expression, it is a non-verbal statement which we make in order to describe who we are.
*Fashion is a way of life which we are individually subscribed to, and that is what we project to the world.
*Fashion is a manner. It's a sense, and the point we all tend to miss is that, it is a medium of communication; fashion speaks, even louder and faster than actions or words. 
*Fashion is an identity, it defines us both individually and collectively. That is why all cultural groups, professions, institutions, etc, have a distinct fashion sense which is exclusive to them.
*Something worthy of note is that, Fashion is ethical; there are always DOS and DONTS in every dress culture.

This brings us to our institution, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, (NSUK). This institution has a defined standard for fashion. There are laws which guide the fashion in NSUK. What is acceptable or not acceptable is documented in its constitution, and projected on almost every block.
Therefore, as students, we are expected to be familiar with these laws, and to abide by them. Those who fail to do so shall be liable before the law, and shall consequently face punishment when arrested.

NSUK Fashion Police is here to guide you on how to look on campus in order to avoid the embarrassment . Brace yourselves for what is coming up. Good fashion ✔️, Bad fashion ❌. Choose wisely. 

Gloria June.

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Saturday, 7 January 2017

The bad effect of Football betting on Nigerian Student


These days football betting is very popular among Nigerian youths. In fact, to some people, it has become a very “lucrative business”. Statistics have shown that 70% of Nigerian youths are football betting fanatics. It has become more like a spell or ‘juju’.

 Every corner of the street you go to is overcrowded with some guys trying to engage in football betting. Nobody is left out as you can see both old and young, students, touts and schoolboys.

When you go to this football betting centers, you need to see the passion in the eyes of this young ones. It seems they are under some kind of spell. What baffles me most is that nobody is saying anything about it. But why? I guess the reason is that people see it as a place to get quick cool cash. I heard someone saying that football betting has helped reduce crime rate in the country and i am like : oh really? Tell me about it. What crime has it reduced? Perhaps someone should tell me the meaning of “crime”.

 Whether you agree or not, football betting is gambling. And you know what they say about gambling?

 “There are three ways to RUIN: women, gambling and technician, the most pleasant is with women, the quickest is with gambling, but the surest is with technicians”- Georges Pompidou and again…

 “A gambler is nothing but a man who makes his living out of hope”- William Bolitho

 Look closely at the lives of gamblers, they are usually poor and pathetic people. If you can see online football betting as gambling then you’ll really get my points. Other than the quick cash you get from football betting, these are the bad effects of football betting that is eating the precious lives of our youths like canker worm:

 Poverty: football betting can turn into a dangerous two-way street when you least expect it. weird things happen suddenly and your life can go all to pieces. One minute you are rich and the next you are down to your last kobo.

 Wrong Mentality about Wealth: Many who engage in football betting believe that one day, just one day they’re luck will shine and they’ll become millionaires. And i ask: how many millionaire gamblers do you know in your area. If you know of any please comment below.

 Health Issues: Do you know that losing to a bet can cause sadness, high BP, regret, depression and a whole lot of negative emotions. Even insanity.

 Suicide: Though no case of suicide has been recorded about someone committing suicide on losing a football bet but the possibility is high. Prolonged depression can cause suicide.

 Frustration and anger: You need to see the anger and frustration in the eyes of those guys who lost to a bet. It is quite frightening.

 Laziness: It makes youths so lazy that they forget about doing anything for their lives. Most of them don’t take their bath because they are busy gambling away their lives.

 Waste of Financial Resources: I heard a young guy who used his school fees to bet online and has never stopped regretting his actions after he lost. Some people sell even their properties and personal belongings to bet. What a sorry life!

 Wrong Idea about Money: There is a saying that no woman can endure a gambling husband, unless he is a steady winner- Thomas Robert Dewar. Football betting makes a person believe that if you lose money that you’re a failure and vise versa. You know how wrong that idea is.

 Family Conflicts: It destroys ones relationship with family, friends and colleagues. Due to obsession with the game a person is isolated from the family members which can cause serious family crisis. Certainly, no mother will proudly introduce his son as a football betting maniac.

 Lack of Vision: look at the lives of those addicted gamblers, they are what i call NFAs (No Future Ambition). They live just for betting. They live in the world of fantasy. Their hope is to one day win at least a million naira. Football betting so limits their vision that they believe there’s no life outside gambling.

 Lack of Creativity/Initiative: How can one ever be creative and innovative when all he thinks is how to bet? Have you ever wondered that those football betting sites were created by human beings like you? Come to think of if, if Bill Gates was busy gambling away his life there will be no Microsoft. If Mark Zuckerberg was using his time to search for the best betting site, there wouldn’t have been Facebook. Same can be said about successful entrepreneurs like Dangote, Dokpesi Raymond, Linda Ikeji and all the big names you know in the world.

 Let’s face it! Online football betting is WRONG!
 yes!
 You can nail me for that…
 If nobody is saying something about this menace then we’ll be raising a nation of gamblers.
 No doubt, Football betting can pay your bills for a time but it is never a reliable source of income or wealth. It is no business that you can employ others to work for you. Lasting wealth does not come from football betting. It is for the NFAs… Go get a life. Go make a difference. Go do something tangible for Africa. Africa needs you. The world can not wait for your next invention. People can hardly wait for your state-of-the-art product/service. Why bury such great talent in a football betting center? To all the football betting freaks: THERE IS A LIFE OUTSIDE FOOTBALL BETTING.

Due credit to Nairaland for this publication

We can do more than betting, we can turn the world around.
You don't really need betting to survive, let your hope be for grateness for your nation. Actualise who you are today.
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