Thursday, 31 August 2017

Sales of NSUK 2017 NYSC Mobilization Form.

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Sales of NSUK 2017 NYSC Mobilization Form.
By Simon, Markus Yila (Motion)

This to once again inform all 2017 graduating students of Nasarawa State University, Keffi that the NYSC mobilization form is on sale.

Students are required to obtain the form for N1000 at the students affairs unit as soon as they can. The form is to be filled and submitted alongside an original copy of your JAMB result.

On the issue of providing your class of degree while filling the form, all students are required to leave the space blank. Explaining the reason for the this, the student affairs officer said ''until the university senate approves your final results, you are not supposed to claim any class of degree for yourself no matter how sure you are''.

He further explained that haven seen only your 1st semester results (400 level), you may fall below or even go above the class of degree you initially filled in. Therefore, that shouldnt be a problem as many students are being skeptical towards purchasing the form for this reason.

So far, there is no fixed date for when the sales of the forms will be closed. Therefore all students who are within are advised to come and get theirs. You can also help a friend to purchase theirs for the right reasons, just come along with their JAMB results.

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Wednesday, 30 August 2017

ASUU Strike : Osinbajo takes over negotiation

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The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, will lead the government negotiation with striking university lecturers, the Federal Executive Council, FEC, resolved on Wednesday.
The FEC meeting was chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari, the first such meeting attended by the president since April.

The lecturers, ASUU, have been on strike for about two weeks demanding implementation of previous agreements, full payment of salaries and improved government funding of universities.
PREMIUM TIMES reported how a scheduled meeting between the lecturers and the government could not hold on Tuesday as ASUU said there was no reason for it.

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, on Wednesday after the Federal Executive Council meeting, confirmed that Mr. Osinbajo will now lead the negotiations.
Mr. Ngige spoke while fielding questions from State House correspondents after the meeting of the FEC in Abuja on Wednesday.

“This is the first national strike that this government is facing and we want to discuss. At council today, the Vice President has taken over some of the aspects of the negotiations and discussions.

“So, we are continuing the meeting in his office and when we finish meeting, we will get back to ASUU for another round of meeting and we are hopeful that we will be able to go to an appreciable extent to solve some of the outstanding issues that is preventing them from going back to work,’’ he said.

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Download: Audio+Video - Mama by Benbreezy

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Benbreezy, aka Fresh Edo Boy,  drops the official video and audio to another of his biggest hits song.

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ASUU gives govt six new conditions to end strike: FEC to discuss union’s terms today

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ASUU gives govt six new conditions to end strike
FEC to discuss union’s terms today

By: Yusuf Alli
August 30, 2017


University teachers have presented six new conditions for calling off their two-week old strike.

But the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, yesterday pleaded with the lecturers to embrace peace for the sake of innocent students.

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) is to discuss today the demands of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and chart the way forward.

Some of the options include:

bringing back ASUU to the negotiation table;
allowing the Wale Babalakin Panel to conclude its assignment;
suing ASUU to either the Industrial Arbitration Panel (IAP) or the National Industrial Court (NIC); and
referring all issues to the Ministry of Labour and Employment, in line with the Trade Dispute law.

According to a source, who spoke in confidence with our correspondent, the six conditions were not part of the previous demands  referred to the Babalakin Committee for arbitration.

The new conditions are that:

the Federal Government should immediately  accept payment of shortfall in salaries of universities;
universities to manage their IGR the way they like and exemption from TSA;
exemption of Endowment Funds, JV cash from TSA;
payment of University Salary Scale to teachers in primary schools in universities;
release/implementation of guidelines for the retirement of Professors in line with 2009 FG-ASUU Agreement; and
waiver/ government fiat to set up Nigerian Universities Pension Management Company
The source said: “ASUU has brought proposals different from the agreement they reached in the Senate with the Federal Ministry of Education.

“They are asking the government to take over the shortfall in the salaries of universities when there were glaring cases of abuse of recruitment process and non-compliance with Integrated Personnel Payment Information System (IPPIS).

“They want the government to accept liability for the shortfall in spite of the fact that universities acted arbitrarily in increasing their wage bill.

“The lecturers have also asked the government to manage their Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) henceforth instead of remitting such to the Treasury Single Account (TSA) in line with their demand for autonomy for universities.”

But, according to the source, the government does not want to waive the TSA policy for universities. It, however,  expressed readiness to exempt Endowment Funds and Joint Ventures Funds from TSA.

“In their new demands, the lecturers asked for the issuance of a fiat to the Pension Commission to register the Nigerian Universities Pension Management Company.

“PENCOM has expressed its readiness to register Nigerian Universities Pension Management Company, if ASUU and other stakeholders can quickly address the lapses already highlighted in the registration process. PENCOM is insisting that the guidelines in the 2005 Pension Reforms Act must be fully complied with,” the source said.

The the government is said to be shocked by ASUU’s fresh request that the Federal Government should pay University Salary Scale to primary school teachers in varsity staff schools.

It said: “They are saying that the staff school should be allowed to continue to collect tuition fees.”

“The government has a different approach to the staff school. Apart from retaining its policy that primary education is free under the Universal Basic Education (UBE) Scheme, the government is of the opinion that teachers in varsity schools be either paid by the Universal Basic Education Commission(UBEC) or be placed under the salary scale of the Federal Ministry of Education or Federal Salary Scale,” the senior government official said.

“Another demand from ASUU is the release of the guidelines for the retirement of professors in line with 2009 Agreement.”

Responding to a question, the source said: “We believe that ASUU is trying to be difficult with the new conditions after the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, had conceded N23billion to pay earned allowances of the lecturers.

“The ASUU strike will be tabled before the Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday (today). The FEC will weigh options and chart the way forward.”

Contacted last night, the Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige said: “They have brought some proposals different from the demands we are already addressing. I want ASUU to toe the path of peace for the sake of the innocent students in our universities.

“I am asking ASUU to know that this dispute is already apprehended by this ministry. And when we apprehend a dispute, it is necessary for parties to come for talks and consideration of issues.

“Going by Section 3 of the Labour Dispute law, any further discussion on ASUU demands should be done with the Federal Ministry of Labour.”

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Friday, 25 August 2017

ONE DAY ___ II by ONCHONO EMMANUEL

...and while we stay awake all night thinking and fixing things on behalf of people, they're sometimes busy allocating the glory either to themselves or another fellow.

...and so we sacrifice our all for peoples improvement, yet they see our own improvement as dispensable. We offer more and receive less... We work much and are paid less. We respect more and are treated poorly... We care much and are abandoned to forces of unseen circumstances.

...and while we look out daily for people to see that they are in good state of mind and body, they have little or no concern for our well-being. Our existence makes no meaning to them.

In the end, everything good and necessary will fall in place. There will always be a friend for all. There will always be that one person who will always wish us well even when things are well. A day shall come when all the ill treatments we've received will be but a mere story to be told and laughed upon.

Worry not... One day, we will become someone's everything.

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Thursday, 24 August 2017

Avoid the Waste by ONCHONO EMMANUEL

Table well set with everything necessary to combat hunger to its baseless residence. But then, guess whose table... A family of four ( father, mother, son and daughter).

Now, Linx need you to answer these:
1. Can they possibly finish all of that?
2. If no, what will be the fate of those delicacies?
3. By implication, their locations may change from table/kitchen to bin/container. True or False?
4. Do you believe that by the next day, something like this (same manner, quality and quantity) would be made and served to same number of people?
5. If yes, what do we call that?
6. Do you believe there's a class of people who needs only but a quota of that to be happy a day?
7. If yes, which of the class? Blue blooded?

The truth remains that, the existence of the poor is what makes the rich known vis-à-vis. People consume conspicuously same way they waste things conspicuously. Most streets, avenues, close and boulevards are never poor people or bergers free. These people are out there looking for what will keep their flesh alive and functional while they hustle for better days. They suffer series of challenges down to the former. They starve while some are busy wasting their major needs away. Some are even paid to dispose the refuse in which their everyday needs and utmost prayers are dumped into.

The needy are within and around us. We can locate them and make their day beautiful if truly we want to. The things we waste are some people's prayer point. God has blessed us so as to bless others.

Avoid the waste and treat someone nice today!

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Monday, 21 August 2017

ASUU STrike 2017: No Plans to Suspend Strike, ASUU Chairman

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No Plans to Suspend Strike, ASUU Chairman

By Simon, Markus Yila

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), has refuted the speculations going round that the Union is planning to end the ongoing industrial action.

This was revealed by the ASUU President, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi, in a telephone conversion that there are no such plans until the issues tabled before the government had been resolved.

Ogunyemi said: ‘’We have been duly informed of a purported rumour credited to ASUU national secretariat which stated that it has instructed members and students to return to full academic activities next week is in circulation.

“Please this information is totally false. The information is surely a gimmick used by the insensitive government, other disoriented Nigerians and politically hungry individuals to cause confusion amongst ASUU members and Nigeria students.’’ he added

According to him: “A meeting held between the Minister of Labour, Minister of Education and representative of ASUU ended in a deadlock and there was no compromise on our demands. Talks with the relevant government agencies resume this week.’’

Ogunyemi urged Nigerians to disregard and dispel the rumour or any other information being circulated in the social media.

Recall that ASUU, a week ago, had embarked on an indefinite strike over the inability of the Federal Government to implement the 2009 agreement it willingly entered with the union.

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Sunday, 20 August 2017

NICO Training School Gets Approval For Affiliation To NSUK

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The Vice Chancellor and Chairman of Senate, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK), Prof. Muhammad Mainoma, has approved the request of National Institute for Cultural Orientation (NICO) to affiliate its Training School for the award of nationally and internationally recognised Postgraduate Diploma in Cultural Administration certificates.

According to a letter addressed to the Executive Secretary/CEO of NICO, Dr. Barclays Foubiri Ayakoroma, who is also a Visiting Associate Professor with the Department of Theatre and Cultural Studies at NSUK, dated 17th August, 2017 and signed by the University Registrar, Alhaji Bala Ahmed II, the approval is subject to the provisions of the 2012 Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which the Institute signed with the University.

The letter reads in part: “I am pleased to inform you that the Vice-Chancellor, acting as Chairman of Senate has approved your application for the affiliation of the Training School of the National Institute for Cultural Orientation to Nasarawa State University, Keffi.

“This approval is subject to the provisions of the 2012 Memorandum of Association between Nasarawa State University and the National Institute for Cultural Orientation Training School and all other regulations of the Nasarawa State University, Keffi and National Universities Commission (NUC) governing affiliation”.
The University Management has already directed the Institute to liaise with the Academic Office of the Registry and the Department of Theatre and Cultural Studies accordingly.

Meanwhile, the Executive Secretary of NICO, Assoc. Prof. Barclays Foubiri Ayakoroma, has expressed satisfaction with the development, saying that the approval is a step towards mainstreaming the Training School in the culture sector, especially now that Nasarawa State University, Keffi has also approved the running of Masters Degree and PhD in Cultural Policy and Management among other postgraduate programmes at the University’s Department of Theatre and Cultural Studies.

It will be recalled that on the 18th April, 2012, NICO signed an MoU with Nasarawa State University, Keffi, requesting for collaboration and affiliation of its Training School to NSUK for the purpose of awarding certificates as appropriate and approved by the University Senate.

The decision was informed by the fact that Nasarawa State University, Keffi is the only tertiary institution in the country offering a degree programme in Theatre and Cultural Studies and the Institute is optimistic that with the approval, the quality of graduands of the NICO Training School will be strengthened through improved standards.

Caleb Nor
Media Assistant-ES
NICO HQ, Abuja-FCT
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ASUU Strike 2017: Make the most out of it.

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ASUU Strike 2017: Make the most out of it.

The annual festival is here again; the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government are back on the battlefield. The National President of ASUU, Dr. Biodun Ogunyemi, announced that the Union has embarked on an indefinite nationwide industrial action following the failure of the Federal Government to fully implement the 2013 Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and the 2009 FGN-ASUU Agreement.

Like the popular saying goes, “When elephants fight, the grass suffers”. The strike will mean a cessation of all academic activities in relevant universities, disrupting the academic calendar and the plans of many students as well. Some already took to social media to vent their frustrations.

But who says students must always be victims in this unending war?  With the demanding nature of studying in Nigerian universities, coupled with the fact that this stress doesn’t seem to be translating into much value in the world today; students must learn to make good use of both regular and unexpected school breaks.

In 2009, during the ASUU strike, three undergraduates from the Obafemi Awolowo spent their time away from school building the Jobberman website which remains one of the most popular job boards in Nigeria till date. Olaoluwa Awojoodu, CEO of Electronic Settlement Limited (ESL) also started his journey to entrepreneurship during one of such school strikes.

In the same vein, Oluyomi Ojo, the CEO of Printivo has the ASUU strike to thank for his success in his design and printing business. A 6-months internship that extended to a year because of the strike provided the foundation he needed to build his business.

So while universities may be on strike, students do not necessarily have to shut themselves out too. This free time is an opportunity to learn valuable skills and explore other opportunities outside of school, especially in this digital age when real skills are gaining increasing relevance over university degrees.  There are many online and offline learning opportunities to help students achieve this.

The strike is also a good time for students to make extra cash by taking advantage of available freelancing and internship opportunities that do not require a degree.

We can’t tell how long this recent squabble between ASUU and the Federal Government will last but it’s up to you to make every second of that time count.

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Tuesday, 15 August 2017

ASUU strike Update 2017: Education, Labour ministers makes move

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ASUU strike Update: Education, Labour ministers makes move

By Simon, Markus Yila 

The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, and the Labour and Employment minister, Chris Ngige, were today Tuesday,  meeting over the ongoing strike declared on Monday morning by the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU. 

The meeting by the two ministers, which was ongoing at a secret location in Abuja, according to Vanguard source, was aimed at reviewing the strike action by university lecturers with a view to coming out with a common position on how it should be handled. 

Following the development, Mallam Adamu was conspicuously absent from his office even as some staff of the ministry approached for comments bluntly refused, claiming they were not authorised to speak with the press on any matter. 

According to the source, the meeting, was earlier slated to hold by 12:pm at the  of Labour Minister’s office, was later shifted at the instance of Adamu to an known location. 

The two ministers, as gathered, would deliberate on the strike, its implications on not only the students but also on the nation and come out with a common position which is to be captured in a joint statement to be issued later in the day. 

The meeting, as gathered by the source, would also determined how the government will handle expected negotiation with ex executive members of the lecturers’ union. 

Recall that the national leadership of the union declared an indefinite strike Monday, citing inability of the federal government to honour agreement it entered with it in 2009, as major reason. National President of ASUU, Biodun Ogunyemi, at a press conference in Abuja, said the action became necessary, owing to breach of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the 2009 FG/ASUU Agreement on financing of state universities; breach of the conditions of service; refusing to honour the Earned Academic Allowance,EAA,and re -negotiation of the agreement. Ogunyemi said the 2009 agreement revolved around conditions of service, funding, university autonomy and academic freedom all of universities.

Source: Vanguardngr

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Monday, 14 August 2017

ASUU, NSUK Chapter Joins Nationwide Strike

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ASUU, NSUK Chapter Joins Nationwide Strike
By Simon, Markus Yila

Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Nasarawa State University Chapeter today has join its union members on an indefinite strike over unresolved issues with the Federal Government. 

This is following a statement signed by ASUU President, Biodun Ogunyemi, instructing its branches to conduct referendum among members on whether or not an indefinite strike should be called.

Dr. Ogunyemi declared a ‘total, comprehensive and indefinite’ nationwide strike after a nationwide consultation with members at an emergency NEC meeting held on Saturday, August 12, 2017.

He explained in a statement issued after Saturday’s meeting that their decision followed the failure of the government to fully implement the 2009 FGN-ASUU Agreement and the 2013 Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

The ASUU president added that related demands made by the union were yet to be addressed, which was why they resolved to embark on an indefinite strike from Sunday, August 13, 2017.

Some of the key outstanding issues discussed at the meeting were the payment of fractions/non-payment of salaries; non-payment of Earned Academic Allowances (EAA); non-release of operational license of NUPEMCO and the non-implementation of the provisions of the 2014 Pension Reform Act with respect to retired professors and their salaries.

Others include the removal of Universal Staff Schools from funding by government; funds for the revitalisation of Public Universities (Implementation of Needs Assessment Report), as well as the poor funding of existing State Universities and proliferation of universities by their visitors among other issues.

The union had embarked on a six-month strike between July and December 2013, but the strike was suspended when the government signed a MoU with the lecturers following a meeting with former President Goodluck Jonathan.

ASUU, however, claimed that of all the items contained in the MoU, only the N200b out of a total of N1.3tr of the Public Universities Revitalisation (Needs Assesment) fund was released.

The union had also embarked on a warning strike in November 2016 to press for the implementation of the 2013 MoU.

However, the government did not implement the understanding reached with the union based on an intervention by the Senate.

ASUU said it had also met with the 2009 Agreement implementation Monitoring Committee (IMC) and had written several letters and press releases on the outstanding issues to no avail.


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ASUU, NSUK Chapter Meets to Decide on Nationwide Strike


ASUU, NSUK Chapter Meets to Decide on Nationwide Strike
By Simon, Markus Yila (Motion)

Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, Nasarawa State University Chapeter will today take a final decision on whether or not an indefinite strike should be called over unresolved issues with the Federal Government. ASUU had earlier asked its branches to conduct referendum among members on whether or not an indefinite strike should be called.

A statement signed by ASUU President, Biodun Ogunyemi, said all means of negotiation had been exploited before the decision on an indefinite strike action was reached.

However, there are reports that majority of branches across the nation had approved a nationwide strike action. In a meeting which was held in Abuja ended in the early hours of Monday reviewed the overwhelming position of the branches to proceed on the strike and adopted it.

The lecturers' union held its meeting at the University of Abuja from Friday and has directed all her members against going to teach or involving themselves in any academic activity.

Although the statement is expected to be made public at a press conference in Abuja on Monday morning, a top member of the union disclosed the resolution of the meeting and content of the statement to NSUK Guide.

Recall that the NEC had met at the Nasarawa State University, Keffi on the 22nd and 23rd July, 2017, and deliberated extensively on issues arising from the 2009 ASUU/FGN agreement, the 2013 MoU and other related issues and decided to conduct a referendum at the branch congresses on the next line of action.

The lecturers have complained of poor funding of universities, part-payment of salaries of lecturers and the kidnap of two lecturers of the University of Maiduguri by the Boko Haram.

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Saturday, 12 August 2017

ONE DAY ___ I by ONCHONO EMMANUEL

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ONE DAY     ___     I

...and while we search for food not for its nutrient but for energy and to keep the belly in full shape, some persons waste them while others do more of conspicuous consumer without putting to cognizance the existence of those who have not.

...and while we search for love daily, people keep turning people down; people keep fooling people and friendzoning them even when the love is genuine. We face heartbreaks before, during and after relationships.

...and while we are honest and true to the bone, people lie to us and make us look foolish in our act of humility. We trust people so much that our affections are clearly seen while some hide in their cocoon making everything conceal.

...and while we beg for assistance from people to help us connect to certain things, they blindfold us with the believe that they will help us while they are busy twisting the result for themselves and loved ones.

...and while we love, some people feel we've been so soaked and drown in love that we cannot take decisions. Some think the love- feelings, affections, reflections, manifestations, passions and attentions are nothing but stupidity. And so we try to please them even when all appears to be false and impossible, yet they take us as fools lost in the middle of nowhere.

Life is indeed funny and people barely understand that the person they neglect is well admired by another. Someday somehow, we hope we all understand the values of all those we've neglected, fooled and toiled with their hearts and life.
We hope that our relationships today doesn't end up abruptly and we one day see that fellow we despised and fooled because they once loved us, as the best gift we would have maintained and sustained.

One day, we will become someone's everything.

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SAY NO TO SKIN BLEACHING by ONCHONO EMMANUEL

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Not quite long I posted on Facebook a photo of a lady's hand picmixed with that of a roasted plantain and it really pinched some set of people who're actually guilty as charged by my post.

The logic here is simple, you're not yellow, fair or whatever, you're not, you're not and there's no two ways about it. Okay, your friend is fair/yellow and he/she is looking dope at all times and you feel is the colour of their skin that makes them look dope as you say, look at the photo above and tell me if those girls aren't beautiful to the core.

Tell me if they aren't shinning to the sky. Tell if they look dirty, dishevelled and primitive. You wanna look like a half cast, now your body don cast and if sun dey shine you no fit waka pass because your body go get scars.

Black is beautiful, appreciate it.
Black is wonderful, love it.
Black is awesome, be proud of it.
Black is charming, be original in it.
Black is forever original, live it.

Imagine, someone you know too well turns an albino overnight because they wanna look like that star on the screen. Someone you know well has no difference with your skin colour becomes an upgraded yellow house sport wear overnight with crazy cream effects on their skin and very much at times, they tend to look like leopards as a result of the dots upon lines upon scars upon marks. What's the big deal in being original? You think government pay for bleaching? Or maybe you think recession is afraid of those who bleach.

From the deepest department of my heart, I beg you in the name of whatever you serve, say a very big NO to bleaching. I'd marry a black girl like these ones than marry a woman who may have the tendency of acting up like a chameleon. When the bank is full and their makeup table is full with all sorts/manners of creams, they become foreigners but when the stamina of the bank is shaken for one or two reasons, you begin to wonder where exactly they belong (black, mango green, tomatoes red, purple, Theatre pink, cockroach brown, Akpu white etc).

I am made of black.
The originality of my skin gives me more joy.
I love blacks
I live black
Black is beautiful
Black is expensive
Black is lovely
Black is awesome.

#iWriteAgainst
#iWriteAgainstSkinBleaching
#Say NO to bleaching creams
#Say NO to skin bleaching.

Shout out to the likes of Williams Onchono, Favour Onchono, Obute Nnena, Amuda Victor, Ansons Gulla, Miriam Kigbu, Ige Christiana Adoka Odela, Danjuma Paul, Augustina Asha Envorh, Esla Angbashim, Gloria June, Temitope Alomaja, Abraham Flourish, Onchono Franco Emmanuel, Mary Adama Kolo, Rij Freson, Ayuba Blessing, Pius Namo, Sule Josiah, Matthew Dauda, Shaibu Ameh, Simon Iyaba, Sunday Sanza Awotu, Keje Garba Tsilla LivingStar, Osa Isa'ac Doma, Paul Omaga Williams, Tabitha Jimaza, Suamishi Comfort Emmanuel, James Ochayi DKing, Dada Ezekiel Obed, JS Sarki, Gidado Shentima, Kachiro Kyomnom, Sai Glory Makogi and so many others that have really kept the black beautiful flag real. Bleaching no be our portion, somebody say Amen... Amin!

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Kindness by ONCHONO EMMANUEL

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Writer: Onchono Emmanuel
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Title: Kindness
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Kindness, is a language that is visible to the blind and audible to the deaf. Kindness is act that's always worthwhile even when treated unkindly. It takes nothing out of our existence rather, it gives us more of the things we do under the special canopy of kindness.

If kindness becomes our watch ward and watchword, the world would be a better place. If we show kindness towards each other regardless of our religion and tribe, we will be sowing a good seed for ourselves now and the future.

It is only normal for us to live in love and honesty to grow. And to show love to the fullest, kindness is not optional. Kindness is not an option but a high necessity which we all must learn to exhibit and live by.

We must learn to do good to everyone and everywhere. If we become a mobile bank containing kindness and develop the habit of dropping some of its content everywhere we go, we will collectively make the world a better place.

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Thursday, 10 August 2017

On NSUK Resumption Date for 2017/18 Academic Session

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This is to inform all students of the  Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) that the resumption date for the Next Academic Session is yet to be Officially announced.

However, you are to note that a new Academic Calendar will be designed for the next academic session and approved by the school senate before the end of the holiday.

The duration of the holiday will be for a period of three months, this is to enable 200 & 300 levels students undergo a compulsory 3 months industrial attachment. 

Therefore, to all those asking about the date for resumption, i urge you all to relax and enjoy your holidays, beside its just getting started. And as soon as any news on resumption date comes up, be rest assured that you will be the first to know.

Happy Holidays.

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All You Need To Know About Nasarawa State University, Keffi Post UTME Screening Excercise.

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All You Need To Know About Nasarawa State University, Keffi Post UTME Screening Excercise.

1. When it is finally settled and a date is fixed, an official circular will be released by the school authority containing the date of screening, registration fee, cutoff mark and screening schedule. (We will notify you here).
2. Both JAMB UTME and DE applicants are to register and sit for the screening exercise .
3. As of last year, there was no filling of form, all you need to do is to pay a certain amount as registration fee at the bank (Preferably Banks in Nasarawa State & the school will provide you with the list of banks you can pay into). Last year it was N2500.
4. There is no closing date for the registration. Even on the day of the exams you can still go and make payment if you are lucky.
5. Dont worry about account number, just tell the cashier you want to make payment for post UTME, and besides you will not be the only one there, so dont get confused.
6. Note that on the day of the test, you are to come along with a proof of payment for the post UTME screening, (Bankteller and any other document that maybe issued to you at d bank
after payment) Original JAMB result for UTME candidates and print out of photocard for DE candidates.
7. If you are outside keffi and you want someone to help u pay, only send money to somebody you know and trust. If you are to come yourself, be aware that the banks will be crowded, so come prepared. The earlier the better. (Some banks do not accept payment for
more than one student).
8. From past experience, NSUK do not release post UTME result, they only release admission list. Therefore, after the post UTME screening, you wait for admission list.
9. Read JAMB past questions related to your four Jamb subjects. If you are a DE applicant find out what JAMB subject combination are related to the course you applied for e.g if
you applied for mass comm, read Eng, Gov, Lit in Eng. For Pub/Bus. Admin, read Eng, Gov, Econs, Commerce. Etc
Also read about current affairs. Know about the University, know your ministers and Nasarawa State Commisioners.

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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

REVIEW OF DRUMS OF WAR, A MUST WATCH STAGE PLAY.

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Its yet another season of play productions at the home of creativity, research and excellence department of Theatre and Cultural Studies, Nasarawa State University Keffi as 300L students of the the department staged a play titled "Drums Of War"  written by Prof Ojo Bakare Rasaki .
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The play which is a Workshop production was coordinated by Ogaji Raphael,  directed by Olorunshola Japheth and assisted by Lyn Nanji Pyendang also stage-Managed by Kyomnon Kachiro Kyat started at about 4:15 Nigerian time and Ended at about 5:10.

The production which took place at the 500 seat mini theatre complex of the University had in attendance notable Nigerian Theatrical scholars like Hajia Lantana Ahmed Head of Department Theatre and Cultural Studies Nsuk, Prof Ama Gowon Doki Sonta Secretary, Dr Oklobia(Uni Abuja) Dr Suru Damisa Sonta Fin sec, Dr Philip Umaru, Miss Agatha Nwanya, Mr Daniel Chikada, and others not mentioned. Also in attendance were ex students of the department.
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Drums of war is an anti war play which aims at discouraging tension, violence, intolerance and war. The plays rich dialogue, exotic songs and dances drawn all the federating zones in our country. The total theatrical play which encompasses music dance and drama dramatically tells the story of Abakpa a fictitious Nigerian community where people of diverse ethnic and religious background dwell together

The play which opens up the womb that gives birth to the conflict in such a heterogeneous community and the unpalatable consequence of wrong approaches of leaders is rich in music and dance which is difficult for one to identify whether is a melody drama or tragedy.

Prof Ojo Bakare Rasaki uses the play to set out massive campaign against intolerance, violence, war with the stage production of his play "Drums of War". The plat of the play is a statement on the power of theatre as veritable medium for education and transformation.

The Director uses eclecticism concept of directing as he tries to break the fourth wall with the actors audience interaction.

The stage play bellied its message in students roles like
King - Peter Ebube Shan Pista
Queen - Ibrahim Blessing
Prince - Sai-Glory Makogi
Chief - Abdulajid Muhammed MC Holy Prince Majid and others.

If you were not in the theatre at the moment you missed out golden moments of Arts as the production is a must watch stage play which  thrilled audience and was applauded by all.

By Ahemba T Enoch(Da-Cruz)

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Saturday, 5 August 2017

Download Grace- Otublinkx Ft. Temple Nation

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Download this fresh tune by Otublinkx Ft. Temple Nation titled Grace

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Thursday, 3 August 2017

Video: Download My Testimony by Benbreezy (Fresh Edo Boy)

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Fresh Edo Boy, Benbreezy, drops the official video to one of his biggest hits song.
The video was directed by El-More

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