100 level student of the Ekiti state university Ado Ekiti, fondly called PJ has been reported to have committed suicide.

PJ was said to have taken his own life few days after he left school for his father’s house in Akure Ondo state.

The news of his death filtered into the campus after his father called his landlord to notify him about the ugly action of the student.

Though there has been several versions of speculations about the reasons for the suicide action, the popular report is that PJ killed himself after his picture went viral on the social media where he was accused of being a scam and fraudster.

At the moment, most of his friends and colleagues have uploaded his pictures on their social media status with various captions to commiserate and sympathize with his family.

By: Komodo Samuel
Eksu press

Naira Marley, Young Ace,Zinoleesky, Marlian Music

High  school melodic virtuoso, Zinoleesky who was as of late uncovered by Nigerian rapper, Naira Marley as one of the artists to be marked, has formally become an individual from Marlian Music.

The "Who Knows" artist, has now authoritatively annexed his mark to turn into a Marlian Music artiste. Review that Zinoleesky as of late dismissed an idea to be marked by Davido's subsidiary name, AMW claimed by Aloma DMW, where Lil Frosh is as of now marked. Zino who was loaded up with fervor, took to Instagram to disclose himself formally as a Marlian endorser, sharing an image of himself and the chief, Naira Marley sitting and writing the archives.

The names of certain urban communities around are strange as well as also odd. This could be a direct result of the articulation or the importance in different dialects.

In many cases, the abnormality can be because of the chronicled foundation of the city and the uniqueness of the name given.

For example, there is city in Indiana called Santa Clause Claus, another in Pennsylvania called Intercourse and Idiotville in Oregon.

investigates a portion of these urban communities in Nigeria with peculiar names.

1. Bonny

The lexicon significance of bonny sign being excellent or alluring, anyway it is an island town and a Neighborhood Government Region in Waterways State in southern Nigeria.

Bonny is additionally the capital of the Realm of Bonny. Passing by the arrangements of the convention in Niger Delta locale, Bonny was a significant exchanging post of the eastern delta and a significant fare point for oil.

Geologically, Port Harcourt, the Waterways state capital, is the nearest city to Bonny Island. In any case, ships are the fundamental type of transport to and from the island.

2. Okrika

Okrika in the vocabulary of a Nigerian methods second-hand. Okrika garments and different materials are recycled items accepted to be modest and solid.

In any case, it may intrigue you that Okrika is a port town in Streams State, Nigeria, capital of the Nearby Government Zone of a similar name. The town is arranged on a little island south of Port Harcourt, making it a suburb of the a lot bigger city.

The town has significant neighborhood exchange fish, oil palm produce, privately prepared salt, cassava (manioc), taro, plantains, and yams.

3. Metal

The word metal in English methods a combination of copper and zinc, which can be differed to accomplish fluctuating mechanical and electrical properties.

In the interim, Twon-Metal, recently referred to just as Metal or Brasstown, is a network on Metal Island in the Cloister adherent Stream estuary of Southern Bayelsa State, Nigeria, in the Metal Nearby Government Region.

By the mid-nineteenth century Metal had become a critical gathering point for palm oil and pieces.

Prior to 1960, it was a palm oil port under the Oil Waterways Protectorate and the Niger Coast Protectorate, however it was overshadowed in significance by Akassa, the port of the Illustrious Niger Organization.

By and by, it is presently an angling port and a neighborhood exchange community for palm produce, cassava, taro, and plantains.

4. Yelwa

Verifiably, Yelwa is where the Scottish pilgrim Mungo Park, the main westerner to see the Niger Stream, kicked the bucket.

Yelwa is a town in Kebbi State, Nigeria on the Niger Waterway and the A1 roadway. The town is regularly alluded to as "Yelwa, Yauri", after the Emirate and Nearby Government Organization it is in, and isn't the Yelwa where the Yelwa Slaughter occurred in 2004 in Level State.

The English involved the town for exchanging 1901.

5. Koko

Kokomeans various things to various clans in Nigeria. It implies irregularity and significance to the Yorubas. It likewise implies blood to certain pieces of Igbo land.

In the mean time, Koko is a town in a riverine territory of Warri North Nearby Government Region of Delta State, Nigeria.

The community drew the universes consideration after it was found that it was one out of a few West African ports being utilized by squander dealers to dump harmful waste.

6. Kumo

As peculiar as it sounds, Kumo is a city and the base camp of Akko LGA in Nigeria, situated on the A345 interstate at 40 km approx south of Gombe.

Kumo is a national place for business exercises, having various markets, for example, Child, Tashar gwari, Tudun hatsi and the Babbar kasuwa.

As perhaps the biggest town of the customary Gombe emirate, Kumo fills in as a gathering point for peanuts (groundnuts), cotton, and corn (maize) and as a nearby exchange community for the sorghum, millet, cowpeas, cassava (manioc), peanuts, goats, dairy cattle, sheep, fowl, steeds, jackasses, and cotton raised by the Tangale, Fulani, and Hausa people groups of the encompassing territory.

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Nikki Samonas
Watching horror movies makes me horny - Actress "Nikki Samonas" disclosed

Ghanaian actress, Nikki Samonas has disclosed that watching horror movies makes her horny.

The actress who disclosed this in an interview on UTV’s ‘Atuu’ show, said the fear and anxiety such movies brings often makes her cuddle the person she is watching the movie with, and that turns her on.

Nikki also admitted in the interview that she is currently dating but stated that she is not ready to get married because she wants to be financially stable first. 

Some women prefer to remain single after divorce. They want to give themselves time to heal from the pain of divorce.

They feel staying out of marriage will heal their broken hearts overtime. In the other hand, some marriage counselors advise victims of broken marriages, especially the women, not to rush into a new relationship.

Below are Nigerian celebrities who divorced and have not remarried.

Famous Divorced Celebrities Yet To Remarry
Fathia Balogun

* Fathia Balogun was born to the family of Mr. & Mrs. Williams on February 5th, 1969 in Ukwara, Water Side Local Government in Delta State. She attended Olufunmila Nursery School, Ikeja, Lagos State Maryland Primary School, Maryland, Lagos State Maryland Comprehensive High School, Lagos Kwara State Polytechnic, Kwara State.

She is from a polygamous home and a family of nine. Her family was middle class with a fair amount of wealth. She had a Catholic background and grew up in Ikeja where she got a lot of her early education.
The actress, who got married to Saidi Balogun in the early days of her career, had two kids until they got separated due to accusation of infidelity. She has been unmarried since then.

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Toke Makinwa
Toke Makinwa

* Toke Makinwa was born on 3 November 1984. She is a radio personality, television host, vlogger, lifestyle entrepreneur and author. She is known for hosting The Morning Drive on Rhythm 93.7 FM and her YouTube vlog series Toke Moments. She released her book On becoming in November 2016.

On 15 January 2014, Makinwa married Maje Ayida, whom she had been involved with for eight years. In 2015, she separated from Ayida after discovering that he had impregnated his ex-girlfriend.
On 5 October 2017, Makinwa’s marriage to Ayida was dissolved by a Lagos High Court on the grounds that Ayida committed adultery.

Tonto Dikeh
Tonto Dikeh

* Tonto Dikeh was born on 9th June 1985 in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Born as Tonto Wigo Charity Dikeh, she hails from Rivers State and is from Ikwerre, a subgroup of the Igbo tribe. Born in a family of seven, she is the third out of five siblings and two siblings from her step-mother. Her parents are Chief Sunny Dikeh & the late Mrs Sunny Dikeh. She lost her mother at the age of three.
Tonto is separated from her ex husband Oladunni Churchill. The two were traditionally married in August 2015 but divorced by February 2016. They have a son, Andre Omodayo Churchill. In June 2017, Tonto’s dad returned her traditional marriage bride price to his ex-son in law.

Chika Ike
Chika Ike

*Chika Ike born Chika ‘Nancy’ Ike is a Nigerian actress, television personality, producer, businesswoman, philanthropist, and former model. She was born on November 8, 1985, in Onitsha, Anambra. She is a human kinetics and health education graduate of the University of Lagos and a graduate of New York Film Academy Los Angeles where she studied film making. Chika started her acting career at the age of 5 in church plays.

Chika divorced her ex-husband, Tony Ebireri following accusations of infidelity. She says that she was a victim of domestic violence. In an interview with The Nation, Chika Ike was asked if she regretted getting married at the time that she had, and if it had led to the tragic end of the union.

She said: “I think it has to do with so many reasons; one of them might be being young. “I think it has to do with age and so many other things like compatibility and not being true to yourself in the marriage.
”Everybody has a limit. There are some things in marriage that you might not be able to stand. Some people’s limits might not be my limit; my limit might be somebody’s starting point.”

Ini Edo
Ini Edo

*Ini Edo was born on April 19, 1982, in Calabar, Cross River State. Ini Edo is popularly known as a Nigerian actress. She began her film career in 2000 and has featured in more than 100 movies since that time. In 2013, she was a judge for the Miss Black Africa UK Pageant. The United Nations appointed her as the United Nations Habitat Youth Envoy in 2011.

Ini Edo got married to an American-based Nigerian businessman, Philip Ehiagwina in 2008 who was previously married to a Nigerian- American model, Ruth Okoro.
Edo walked out of the marriage in September 2014, following accusations of domestic violence and cheating. She opened up on her marriage, saying she has no regret breaking up with her husband of six years.

1. Fela Anikulapo Kuti

Attacked Government, 1960, 5 Musicians In Nigeria, 5

Fela and the Afrika ’70 released the album Zombie, a scathing attack on soldiers using the zombie metaphor to describe the methods of the Nigerian military.

The album was a smash hit and infuriated the government, setting off a vicious attack against the Kalakuta Republic, during which one thousand soldiers attacked the commune.

The Kalakuta Republic was burned, and Fela’s studio, instruments, and master tapes were destroyed. Fela claimed that he would have been killed had it not been for the intervention of a commanding officer as he was being beaten. Fela’s response to the attack was to deliver his mother’s coffin to the Dodan Barracks in Lagos, General Olusegun Obasanjo’s residence, and to write two songs, “Coffin for Head of State” and “Unknown Soldier”, referencing the official inquiry that claimed the commune had been destroyed by an unknown soldier.

In 1984, Muhammadu Buhari’s government, of which Kuti was a vocal opponent, jailed him on a charge of currency smuggling which Amnesty International and others denounced as politically motivated
Baba 70 still remain in the heart of many Nigerians till today.

2. Charley Boy

His most popular album was 1990 – the title was a reference to Nigeria’s corrupt military government which was expected to hand over power to civilians in that year, although civilian rule did not start until 1999).

1990 earned Charly Boy mixed reviews due to its political nature and caused national controversy, and a number of radio stations refused to play the title track.

Despite this, 1990 was one of Nigeria’s best-selling albums of 1988, and Charly Boy was credited with using his music to stand up to his government, a lá Fela Kuti.
Charly Boy is known as an advocate of the masses as he has fought for the rights of the average Nigerian. He has on several occasions been tortured by the Nigerian police and the military for standing up to his country’s government. However he is also, on occasion, regarded as their friend, depending on the sensibility of those in power.

3. Idris Abdul-Karim (Mr Jaga Jaga )

Attacked Government, 1960, 5 Musicians In Nigeria, 5

In 2004 Abdulkareem released his third album Jaga Jaga, a Yoruba term for a shambles, declaiming corruption and suffering in Nigeria. The title track was banned from radio by President Olusegun Obasanjo, but continued to be played in nightclubs.[4] The album cover was by artist Lemi Ghariokwu, known for creating many album covers for Fela Kuti.

In November 2005, Abdulkareem launched his own record label, La Kreem Music and released his fourth album, Letter to Mr. President. The album’s title track addressed Obasanjo’s criticisms of “Jaga Jaga”; the album also featured “Flash Up Unu Lighter”, a tribute to Obasanjo’s wife, Stella, who died while undergoing surgery in Spain, and the victims of the Bellview Airlines crash of October 2005.
He released a sequel to “Jaga Jaga” in January 2012 during the Occupy Nigeria protest against lifting of fuel subsidies.

4. 2face Idibia

Attacked Government, 1960, 5 Musicians In Nigeria, 5

popularly known by his stage name 2Baba, is a Nigerian singer,songwriter, record producer and entrepreneur. We all know 2Face Idibia has always been very vocal about the state of the affairs of the country. It would be recalled that back in 2017, the music star announced a planned nationwide protest which actually didn’t get to see the bright of the day.

According to him: “I will no longer be quiet. My partners, colleagues and I have come together to create a platform for Nigerians to communicate their real pains to government at all levels in a peaceful and articulate manner with a view to getting lasting solutions to our problems. This march is about demanding that our leaders connect with all the people in Nigeria.”

He dissed Nigerian government in his music like “ for instance “….

Burna Boy, Ruggedman and Davido declared support for the legendary musician’s cause of leading a nationwide protest against the Nigerian government.

5. Abolore Adegbola Akande (9ice, Ancestor, Adigun, Baale, Bashorun Gaa, Hitmaker)

Attacked Government, 1960, 5 Musicians In Nigeria, 5

9ice went weird, e no even look uche face as he blasts the hell out of the “Change” led APC Government and those who led our dear country astray in the past for their own selfish interests.

9ice came out fearless, he voiced out for the common Nigerians at this time when many entertainers are quiet for God knows why.

The Chief of General Wellbeing, Enugu State, Dr. Boniface Okolo, has advised Nigerians against the utilization of drenched garri to abstain from reaching Lassa fever.

Okolo, who gave the admonition in a meeting with the News Office of Nigeria on Saturday in Enugu, said the rodents that cause the ailment were for the most part in contact with Nigeria's most well known staple nourishment, garri, a cassava item.


 To Avoid Positive Result On Lassa Fever Infection, Avoid Drinking Garri, GARRI

He added that it was important to debilitate utilization of drenched garri since it didn't require bubbled water.

Okolo noticed that bubbled water could go far in eliminating microscopic organisms brought about by irritation or rodents in garri.

"It is better that the cassava chips called garri is utilized for eba, in light of the utilization of high temp water.

 Facebook's Zuckerberg supports decision on encryption

Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg defended his decision to encrypt the company's messaging services on Thursday, despite concerns about its impact on child exploitation and other criminal activity.

Zuckerberg, speaking in a livestreamed version of the company's weekly internal Q&A session, said child exploitation risks weighed "most heavily" on him when he was making the decision and pledged steps to minimize harm.

The United States and allies signed an open letter earlier on Thursday calling for Facebook to suspend its encryption plan, saying it would hinder the fight against child abuse and terrorism.

A copy of the letter, dated Friday, was obtained by The Associated Press.

"Companies should not deliberately design their systems to preclude any form of access to content, even for preventing or investigating the most serious crimes," the officials wrote. The letter repeatedly emphasizes the dangers of child sexual exploitation to justify their stance.

Law enforcement has long sought a way to read encrypted messages that's analogous to wiretaps for phone calls. Security experts, however, say giving police such access makes messaging insecure for everyone. Redesigning encryption to create "backdoors" for police also creates vulnerabilities that criminals or foreign spies can exploit, they say.

"Every couple of years, the FBI rears its ugly head and tells us they need to have access to end-to-end encrypted messaging," said Eva Galperin, director of cybersecurity at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital-rights advocacy group. "You cannot make a backdoor that only good guys can go through."

Facebook said on Thursday that people have the right to have private conversations online and that companies are already able to respond to government agencies when they receive valid legal requests.

"We strongly oppose government attempts to build backdoors because they would undermine the privacy and security of people everywhere," Facebook spokesman Joe Osborne said in a statement.

The letter marks yet another salvo in the Justice Department's continuing effort to persuade technology companies to weaken or bypass encryption upon requests from law enforcement.

Former FBI Director James Comey championed the need for law enforcement to find a workaround for encrypted devices and communications. He led a highly publicized push to gain access to an iPhone belonging to one perpetrator of a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California, that killed 14 people in 2015.

Apple resisted such efforts and went to court to block an FBI demand for Apple to disable security measures that complicated efforts to guess the phone's passcode. While the FBI cast its request as a limited emergency measure, CEO Tim Cook argued that the technique could easily be used again, making iPhone users more vulnerable to spies and thieves. The FBI relented after it found another way of getting into the San Bernardino phone.

Barr will make the request to Facebook in a letter with U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, U.K. Home Secretary Priti Patel and Australia Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton. BuzzFeed News reported on the letter earlier.

The Justice Department calls the growing use of end-to-end encrypted communications the "going dark" problem, referencing the way encryption shields information that law enforcement could previously access easily.

Barr gave lengthy comments on what he described as a dangerous increase in device encryption at a cybersecurity conference this summer in New York. During his comments, Barr specifically detailed the use of WhatsApp group chat by a drug cartel to coordinate the murders of Mexico-based police officials.

In announcing plans in March to expand encryption, Zuckerberg acknowledged that the privacy protection it affords extends to "the privacy of people doing bad things." He said Facebook was working on better ways to detect patterns of bad behavior, without seeing contents of messages.

Google’s Contractors Are Using Questionable Pattern For The Pixel 4’s Facial Recognition

One of the upcoming features of the Google Pixel 4 smartphones is facial unlock. We’re not sure whether or not it will be on par with Apple’s Face ID, but from the sound of it, Google is working pretty hard at developing their own system. In fact, in July it was reported that Google was paying people on the streets $5 if they could scan their faces.

That already feels slightly iffy but it turns out that some of the data collection practices by Google’s contractors are slightly worrying and questionable. According to a report from the New York Daily News, it has been revealed that Google’s contractors have been targeting homeless people as well as tricking college students into recording their faces.

One of the publication’s sources, who is an ex-staff for one of Google’s contractors, was quoted as saying, “They said to target homeless people because they’re the least likely to say anything to the media. The homeless people didn’t know what was going on at all.” The report claims that they just told the homeless people that they worked for Google but stopped short of saying what it was that they were doing.

To be fair, Google might not necessarily have been aware that some of their contractors were using questionable methods to obtain this data on their behalf. The company has yet to comment on the report.

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 Davido chills with pregnancy informers by the poolside

Davido sure realizes how to stay in the spotlight under any circumstances. Just as of late, the 'knock my socks off' artist, posted a video on his Instagram page and the video was about the two women who he captured over unfounded allegations, chilling at a pool side while moving to his new single, 'dangerous'.

Helen and her kin Susan, most likely felt the world was going to end soon for them when they were captured over a web trick turned sour, however amazingly and presumably the shock of numerous individuals, a video sprung up on Davidos' Instagram page, indicating the two women moving generously to one of his melodies by a pool side.

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It will be reviewed that at some point a month ago, two sisters came online to blame the omo baba olowo for impregnating one of them and relinquishing them for Chioma, Davido's heart rub. This trick went poorly well with Davido, who offered a million Naira to anyone who could turn out with valuable data that will prompt the capture of the two sisters.

In the end, they were captured and kept by Davido. This activity of Davido prompted numerous famous people and non VIPs denouncing his activities and requesting that he discharge them right away.

Mr Latin is not my dad – FIREBOY CRIES OUT

Quick RISING vocalist, Adedamola Adefolahan, prevalently known as Fireboy DML, has eliminated any confusion air over the talk that he is a child of Nollywood comic on-screen character, Bolaji Amusan otherwise known as Mr Latin.

The talk began making adjusts when Olamide posted an image of Mr Latin with an inscription: "On the off chance that I put a durag on him, who he gon resemble? Label him and japa."

To fuel the gossip, Mr Latin additionally blended the photos of himself and Fireboy and shared it on Instagram. This made more uncertainty on whether Latin ir extremely Fireboy's dad or not.

"I think this man is organic dad of @Fireboy," a fan, @amdyofficial, remarked.

In any case, the 'Envy' crooner said it was only a trick, pulled off by his record name honcho, Olamide.

"It was only a joke that Olamide was attempting to draw off," Fireboy said.

"Mr Latin surname is Amusan and mine is Adefolahan, we are not related by any stretch of the imagination. Mr Latin isn't my father."

The flexible artiste who examined English Language at Obafemi Awolowo College, IIe-Ife, likewise unveiled that he considers no one to be a rival in the Nigerian music industry.

"I am just in rivalry with myself. I'm no hauling sound with anybody and I think nobody is hauling with me either."

He proceeded: "I just have individuals I admire, my daddies in the business Davido, Wizkid, Olamide, Burna Boy."

Nigerians have shouted out over the negative impact of the Central Government's cashless arrangement, bemoaning that a similar strategy was decimating the issue it attempts to address.

Review that the National bank of Nigeria, CBN, as of late started the execution of the cashless approach, with the inconvenience of charges on money stores and withdrawals.

Be that as it may, this has been ruined as there are additionally mandates to charge pertinent expenses on individual electronic exchanges, including the Purpose of Sale's, POS, terminal.

These and numerous other new approaches have influenced Nigerians in assorted manners. While some bank clients have considered the to be as an approach to further devastate Nigerians, others are of the view that the CBN through this arrangement might be empowering a money society as against the cashless strategy it seems, by all accounts, to be upholding for.

A few Nigerians who addressed Day by day POST on the impact of the CBN arrangement asked why the FG will present such an approach when individuals are crying of appetite and starvation. In attempting to build up the connection between overabundance bank charges and the CBN cashless arrangement, they said numerous individuals may pull back their money from banks following the improvement.

Mrs Okon Akpan, a dealer in Utako Market who addressed our journalist said the arrangement is as of now telling on Nigerians and it has disheartened her from setting aside her cash in the bank.

As per her, "If setting aside cash in my bank implies I will pay more for charges, is it worse I convey my money about? While the CBN is attempting to shield us from imperiling our lives while conveying our money about, the point of the cashless strategy has been crushed.

Additionally, talking with Every day POST, one Adewale Omoregie, a welder stated, " I have been setting aside my cash in the bank regardless of whether it's troublesome now and then. I think now it is even a more concerning issue for me. That cash may be little yet to me it's is enormous. I question on the off chance that they have accomplished anything from this arrangement."

Different Nigerians via web-based networking media likewise shared their perspectives about the CBN new approach .

Here are a few remarks Day by day POST assembled from Twitter;

@cremechic11, "In an economy where scarcely 40% of the populace have financial balances and a poor versatile cash framework, this CBN arrangement will mess more up than it set out to explain. You can't be implementing a cashless arrangement with reformatory estimates when the foundation to go cashless is insufficient."

@TemmyDiran, "This nation is befuddled, talkless of our pioneers/policymakers They said they need a cashless society however will charge me 50 Naira for utilizing POS. To fuel your vehicle, charge! Shop at a shopping center, charge. Very soon we'll pay Tank to relax."

@MekaUgo, " in what manner can @cenbank be lecturing cashless Nigeria just to present 50Naira charge for POS exchange. At the filling station now and the fuel orderly is informing me regarding a 50Naira charge to my bill. Use ATM dey charge you, use POS now same. Better slaughter us as well."

@Sima_notension, "This Nation is a Joke, you are empowering cashless approach and traders are charging me for utilizing #POS that can prompt #failed #transaction and still be charged. Who cashless assistance?"

@grace_edibo, "I was charged 50 Naira for utilizing my ATM with a POS at the beginning of today, so who gets the 50 Naira and how is it empowering cashless society? Who is accountable for this? If it's not too much trouble I have to get out their names, I would prefer not to say the administration #GIDITRAFFIC #Nigeria #APC

@OgbeniDipo, "For what reason do I have to pay an extra 2% when I store over N500,000 or pay 3% when I pull back same? Subsequent to paying account upkeep charges month to month, ATM support charge, stamp obligation charges and exchange charges when I move to different banks? This cashless strategy is confounding. For what reason is CBN crushing residents hard? Why not approach this cashless strategy in manners that won't add up to paying additional charges on exchanges?"

@krasicmutu, I am truly irritated with this nation. Nigeria by what method can you for more than 10 yrs lecture cashless and now that is getting on, you are stating I would need to pay #50 to spend my cash the manner in which you said I should? It's manipulative, inept and shows no heading at all."

@poundsmide, "Nigeria is a trick! To start with, they guide us to go Cashless, at that point you have yo pay N52.50 for moves, presently you need to pay N50 for POS. I would simply continue holding my money and giving it over to all of you."

@ADUTUK, "@cenbank need to order a cashless society that has not been very much considered considering the elements of our economy and monetary organizations, is this not something worth investigating, or would you say you are ALL accessory to this Wrongdoing? It has neither rhyme nor reason that you keep on overlooking the situation of the individuals just for your narrow minded increases. THIS Part IS THE MOST Degenerate Area IN NIGERIA, and all of you sit and state NOTHING. The uncalled for charges on e-channels have still not been tended to, yet @gtbank needs to score focuses by wiping out those charges for "students"

@TheSolape, "Banking in Nigeria is out of line to residents! They state they're empowering a cashless arrangement yet somebody is paying 17k in move charges!

In the event that I choose to utilize POS, I currently need to pay 50 Naira for every exchange. So I need to fall back on money yet at the same time, pay 65naira at the ATM."

3 peoples standing, NSCDC Reacts To Killing Of Senatorial Candidate, Emenike Ndubuisi
NSCDC Reacts To Killing Of Senatorial Candidate, Emenike Ndubuisi

The Authority of the Nigeria Security and Common Safeguard Corps (NSCDC) has propelled an examination concerning the murdering of Senatorial competitor of the Activity Partnership in Imo North senatorial region Ndubuisi Emenike.

Mr Ndubisi was slaughtered by a NSCDC official appended to the celebrity during the triumph party held for Miriam Onuoha victor of the simply finished up Okigwe North Government Body electorate political race.

Instructions newsmen in Owerri the Imo state capital, the Commandant General of the Nigeria Security and Common Resistance Corps (NSCDC) Abdullahi Mohamadu who talked through the Imo state commandant Raji Ibrahim depicted the episode as an exceptionally shocking one.

He said the office has started a careful examination concerning the issue to discover the genuine course of the activity.

The Commandant General additionally noticed that the NSCDC doesn't acknowledge inadvertent release as a certified purpose behind executing anybody, including that despite the fact that it was accounted for that the NSCDC official was clearing the street when his rifle was hit by someone else and the slug went out to hit Emenike, it despite everything doesn't stop a full examination and due discipline whenever found guilty.

While sympathizing with the group of the perished and indigenes of Imo express, the State Commandant said an inquiry has just been given to the official even while in confinement.

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*Animal Production and Science:*
Use of English, Chemistry, Biology/Agric Science and Physics/Mathematics.

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*Crop Production and Science:*
English, Chemistry, Biology /Agriculture and Mathematics or Physics.

*Soil Science:*
English, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.

*Veterinary Science:*
English, Physics, Chemistry and Biologyb

Use of English, Chemistry, Biology or Agriculture and Physics or Mathematics.

*Civil Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Chemical Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Computer Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Electrical Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Electronic Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Marine Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Mechanical Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Metallurgical and Materials Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Petroleum and Gas Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Systems Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

*Structural Engineering:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
*Production and Industrial Engineering ,Use of English, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

*Quantity Surveying:*
Use of English, Physics, Mathematics, and any of Chemistry, Geography, Art, Biology and Economics.

*Urban and Regional Planning:*
English, Mathematics, Geography and one of Economics, Physics, Chemistry.

*Estate Management:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

English, Mathematics, Biology and Chemistry or Physics.

Use of English, Chemistry, Biology and one Science subject.

*Medical Laboratory Science:*
English Language, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

*Medical Rehabilitation:*
Use of English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Use of English, Biology, Physics and CheChemis*Physiotherapy:*
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

*Veterinary Medicine:*
Use of English, Biology, Physics and Chemistry.

*JAMB Subject Combination for Social Sciences:*

Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject.

*Business Administration:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any other Social Science subject.

*Public Administration:*
Use of English, Government, Economics and any other subject.

*Banking and Finance:*
Use of English, Mathematics, one Social Science subject and any other subject.

Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and any of Government, History, Geography, Literature in English, French and CRK/IRK.

*Demography and Social Statistics:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics/ Geography and any other subject.

Use of English, Geography and two other Arts or Social Science subjects.

*Library Science:*
Use of English and Any three Arts or Social Science subjects.

*Mass Communication:*
Use of English and any three from Arts or Social Science subjects.

Use of English, Three Social Science or Arts subjects.

*Political Science:*
Use of English, Government or History plus two other Social Science/ Arts subjects.

Use of English, Government and any other two subjects.

Use of English, Any three subjects from Arts or Social Science.

*Religious Studies:*
Use of English Language, CRK/IRS and any two other subjects.

*Social Works:*
Use of English Language, Mathematics, Economics/ Geography and any other subject.

*Sociology and Anthropology:*
Use of English, Three Social Science or Arts Subjects.

*Industrial Relations:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant subject.

*Human Resources Management:*
Use of English, Economics, Government and any other relevant subjects.

*International Relations:*
Use of English, Economics, Literature- in English and Geography /Government / History.

*Business Management:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

*Cooperative and Rural Development:*
Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other subject.

English, Mathematics, Economics and any other subject.

Use of English, Mathematics, Economics plus one other relevant Subject.

English, Mathematics, Economics and one other subject.

*JAMB Subject Combination for ARTS :*

*Arabic and Islamic Studies:*
Use of English, Arabic and Two subjects from Arts and/or Social Sciences.

*Christian Religious Studies:*
Use of English, Two Arts subjects including Christian Religious Knowledge and any other subject.

*Fine and Applied Arts:*
Use of English Language, Fine Art and two other Arts subjects or Social Science subject.

*Theatre Arts:*
Use of English, Lit. in English and two other relevant subjects.

English, Two relevant Arts subjects and any other subject.

*English and International Studies:*
Use of English, Literature in English, Government or History or any other Arts subjects.

English, French and any other two subjects from Arts and Social Sciences.

*English Language:*
Use of English, Lit.-in-English, one other Arts subject and another Arts or Social Science subject.

English, Hausa, Lit in English and any of Economics, Government, History and Arabic.
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*History and International Studies:*
Use of English, History /Government and any other two subjects from Arts & Social Science.

*Islamic Studies:*
English, Islamic Religious Studies plus two other Arts subjects.

English, Igbo and two subjects from Arts and social Sciences.

*Mass Communication:*
Use of English, Any three Arts and Social Science subjects.

Use of English, Music, one other Arts subject plus any other subject.

Use of English, Any three subjects.

*Religious Studies:*
English, CRK/IRS and any two other subjects.
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Use of English, Yoruba and two other subjects in Arts or Social Sciences.

Use of English, Any three of History, CRK/IRK, Geography, Economics, Literature in English and French.

*Criminology and Security Studies:*
English, Economics, Government, and any one of the following: History, Geography, Literature in English,‎ French, IRK, Hausa.

English, Literature, Economics and any other Art Subject.

*Civil Law:*
English Language and Any three Arts or Social Science subjects.

*Islamic / Sharia Law:*
Use of English Language and Any three Art or social science subjects including Arabic or Islamic.

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