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Sunday, September 30, 2018

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Hospital Where Dead Infants Are Kept In Nylon Bags & Boxes Busted In Kenya (Pix)

 Hospital Where Dead Infants Are Kept In Nylon Bags & Boxes Busted In Kenya (Pix)

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has raided Pumwani Hospital and made a shocking discovery of 12 dead infants hidden in boxes and nylon bags.



Sonko made the heart-wrenching discovery after making an impromptu visit at the hospital in Nairobi after a tip-off by members of the public.

They alleged that dead infants were being ferried to a store in boxes instead of the morgue. Others alleged that the management had switched off the machines at the maternity wing leading to the death of the babies.

The management found it hard to explain the death toll and how the bodies ended up in boxes in a store rather than in the morgue.

While one of the institution’s officials insisted that only one infant had died, the governor demanded for a thorough search leading to the gruesome discovery.

“Nimekuambia kuna maiti sita, niko na information kwa nini unaniambia ni moja? Don’t play with me nikikuja hapa niko na information…So unasema you lost only one, how many dead babies are this? Kwa nini unacheza na mimi?” argued a furious Sonko.



Consequently, the governor has suspended the top management of Pumwani hospital including the entire hospital board.

“I want to categorically state that human life must be respected no matter the case. Stern action will be taken against anyone found to be sabotaging the good services offered to our mothers and sisters who come to deliver in this facility,” he posted.

He arrived at the hospital in disguise having ditched his official motorcade for a boda boda.

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32 suspected cultists arrested in Asaba, recover charms, gun



 32 suspected cultists arrested in Asaba, recover charms, gun


The Police Anti-Cultism Unit of “A Division Police Station” Asaba, Delta State in the early hours of Saturday arrested thirty-two suspected cultists within Umuagu Quarters of Asaba, and recovered from them charms in sack bags, guns and the sum of N100, 000.




It was gathered that suspected cultists said to be members of Supreme Vikings Confraternity, had in the last six months taken over Umuagu Quarters thereby posing serious threats to its residents especially during night fall when they allegedly commence drums of war battle, and sporadic shootings.

Worse hit in the present situation within Umuagu Quarters in Asaba, was a popular brothel in the area where these cultists frequent to hold their meetings on top of “green bottles”.



Sources said that inside the brothel, these cultists often clad in red-black trousers drink satisfactorily after which they retire into any of the rooms with their victims were allegedly engage in litany of sex bouts.


But the Police Commissioner in the State, Mustafa Muhammed who confirmed the arrest of the suspects to journalists in Asaba, said “in the recent times, we have been disturbed by activities of the suspects in Umuagu Quarters, and we have also received petitions on their illegal activities in the area, so the Police Anti-Cultism Unit of the “A” Division acted on intelligence gathering, and arrested the 32 suspects in the brothel including some of the commercial sex workers, adding that they will be charged to court on completion of investigation.

He said that upon interrogation, the suspects confessed to be recently initiated members of the Supreme Vikings Confraternity, adding that the police recovered from them charms in sack bags, guns and N100, 000.

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Saturday, September 29, 2018

Video: APC National chairman, Adams Oshiomole, mistakenly mentioned rigging while speaking on Osun state rerun election


 Video: APC National chairman, Adams Oshiomole, mistakenly mentioned rigging while speaking on Osun state rerun election


Yesterday, APC National chairman,Adams Oshiomole, addressed a press conference where he spoke on the just concluded rerun election in Osun state.

In the video, Adams Oshiomole, mistakenly mentioned rigging while speaking on how the opposition party, PDP, have taken their defeat in the election.



"I think that for democracy to flourish, only people who can accept the pain of rigging (sorry defeat) should participate in an election". - Adams Oshiomhole said


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Breaking: Flood kills Osadebe Son, Okechukwu Osadebe



 Breaking: Flood kills Osadebe Son, Okechukwu Osadebe

Okechukwu Osadebe, an 18-year-old son of late highlife maestro, Chief Stephen Osadebe, has lost his life in a flood disaster in Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra.



He died on Thursday, Sept. 27 in the Osadebe’s Atani country home in Ogbaru when he was swept away by the flood at about 7:30pm.



On Friday, Mrs Amaechi Osadebe, mother of the deceased, told NAN that Okechulwu was returning home with two other persons when flash flood overwhelmed them.


She explained that it was due to high current and turbulence of the water wave that made it difficult for the other two young boys to pull him out of the water.

Mr Arinzechukwu Awogu, the Transition Chairman of Ogbaru, who visited the family, described the death as a tragedy to the whole Ogbaru community.

Awogu said he came to commiserate with the family as it was very painful to lose a child at such a tender age, regretting that the floods had brought unimaginable loss to the entire Local Government.


He, however, called on the people of the area to take extra precautions to avoid further loss of life.

“As we wait for the water to recede, my advice is that everybody, especially the underage, should be very careful when they go close to the areas already submerged,’’ he said.

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Friday, September 28, 2018

OMG: 12-year-old girl crushed to death along Lagos-Abeokuta expressway


 OMG: 12-year-old girl crushed to death along Lagos-Abeokuta expressway

A 12-year-old girl was on Thursday killed in a lone accident at Awowo on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway while five others were injured.


Babatunde Akinbiyi, the Public Relations Officer of the Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE), confirmed the incident to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abeokuta.

Akinbiyi said the accident, which occurred at about 1: 45pm, involved a Nissan Murano with registration number FST 764 HB coming from Lagos and inbound Abeokuta.


Narrating the incident, Akinbiyi said: “Six people were involved in the accident, two male adults, two kids and two female adults.


“We learnt the vehicle was inbound Abeokuta from Lagos when the accident happened around Awowo axis on the old Lagos -Abeokuta Expressway.

“Due to the speed, the driver lost control while approaching the bend along the axis and the vehicle somersaulted. The girl died on the spot.”

Akinbiyi added that the injured victims were taken to a private hospital at Papalanto due to the ongoing strike at the General Hospital while the corpse was deposited at the morgue of Ifo General Hospital.

He, therefore, appealed to drivers to maintain a safe speed while approaching bends and the top of a hill.

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Nigeria will witness another civil war in 2019 - Olumba Olumba


 Nigeria will witness another civil war in 2019 - Olumba Olumba


Founder of the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star, BCS, Olumba Olumba Obu, has revealed what God showed him concerning Nigeria and another civil war in the country.


Olumba, who spoke in Yenagoa, the capital of Bayelsa, ahead of the centenary celebration of manifestation of the order, Olumba Obu, said God told him there will not be another civil war in the country.

He said the centenary torch which would be lighted in Yenagoa would herald peace, prosperity, and development to Bayelsa State.


He said that when the torch was lighted in Port Harcourt, Rivers State it halted the bloodletting that would have occurred during the local government elections.

“The plan of God as far as Nigeria is concerned is a mystery only known to him. I cannot tell you whether there would be crisis or not or whether Nigerians would kill themselves.

“One thing that he, however, made clear is that Nigeria would not experience a Civil War.


“During the Orkar Coup, he said that was going to be the last military coup in Nigeria and that there would never be a successful coup in Nigeria.

“He told us to go to Port Harcourt; Rivers State to light the torch and that there would be no crisis.


“On the 2019, our father is not a pastor, a general overseer or prophet who starts predicting what would happen or who would win.

“What is going to be come of Nigeria in 2019 is best known to God and he has not made it known to any of us.”

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Plane overshoots runway, lands in the ocean


 Plane overshoots runway, lands in the ocean

A Air Niugini carrier that overshot a runway in Micronesia has crashed in the ocean around 9.30am Friday local time

The plane was scheduled to take off at 9.55am from the airport on Weno island in Chuuk state headed for Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea.





The PNG Accident Investigation Commission is preparing a team to travel to the site of the accident. A video posted to by Eriko Rekis’ Facebook page shows dozens of people on small boats surrounding the aircraft.

It is not known whether there are any injuries, or how many people were on board. There were 36 passengers and 11 crew members on board who are rescued by locals.

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INEC Declares APC’s Oyetola Winner Of Osun Gov Election







BREAKING: INEC Declares APC’s Oyetola Winner Of Highly Controversial Osun Gov Election

Coming into the rerun, Ademola Adeleke, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), had a slight lead, having polled 254,699 votes while Oyetola polled 254,345 votes in the initial election held on Saturday, September 22. However, in the rerun, Adeleke polled 325 votes to Oyetola’s 1160. Consequently, according to INEC, Oyetola polled a total of 255,505 votes overall to defeat Adeleke, who recorded a cumulative 255,023 votes.


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AE- FUNAI approved charges for 2018/2019 academic session


 AE- FUNAI approved charges for 2018/2019 academic session


AE- FUNAI APPROVED CHARGES FOR 2018/2019 ACADEMIC SESSION
RETURNING STUDENTS

1. Other Charges for other Programmes – N40,000 (Generate Invoice from the School Portal)
Other Charges for Medical Students – N100, 000 (Generate Invoice from the School Portal)
2. Online Service Charge – N3,000
3. Scratch Card for Result Checking – N1,000
4. SUG – N1, 500
Zenith Bank
A/C Name: FUNAI Students Forum)
A/C NO: 1015160259 
5. Developmental and Infrastructural levy – N5,000
Fidelity Bank
A/ C Name: FUNAI Parents Forum
A/C NO: 6060217667
6. Engineering Students Levy – N5,000
Fidelity Bank
A/C Name: FUNAI Parents Forum Faculty of Engineering
A/C NO: 6060308598
7. FPF Chair Levy (only for 300 and 400 levels students who are yet to pay)  – N2,000
Fidelity Bank
A/C Name: FUNAI Parents Forum
A/C NO: 6060217667
8. ID Card (for those yet to pay)  – N1,600
Zenith Bank
A/C Name: ID Card Account
A/C NO: 1130073438

9. GST  (General Studies) – N2, 000 (Pay through Remita)
10. Accommodation (optional) – N30, 000 (Pay through Remita)
11. Refundable Hostel Caution Fee ( only for students who want to live in the University hostels) N20, 000 (Pay through Remita to FUNAI Outlook)
12. Faculty Dues – N2,000  (Pay through Remita)
13. Departmental Dues – N1, 000 (Pay through Remita)
14. Development Levy for Returning Students (Medicine and Surgery) – N100, 000 ( Pay through Remita)
Note that all approved charges must be paid before online course registration could be completed by the returning students. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO ALL CANDIDATES OFFERED PROVISIONAL ADMISSION IN THE 2018/2019 ACADEMIC SESSION
STEP 1: CLEARANCE AND REGISTRATION PROCEDURE


All freshmen shall download and print their JAMB admission letters from the JAMB website
Visit https//www.portal.funai.edu.ng, log in with JAMB registration number, set up profile and accept the offer of admission by paying prescribed acceptance fee. Please, note that on no account should fees except acceptance fee be paid before clearance as there would be no refunds after payment. However, all charges must be paid not later than two weeks from the time of clearance or the admission would be deemed as forfeited.
Proceed to the University with acceptance fee receipts, original and photocopies of JAMB Admission letters and JAMB result slips to the Admission office for issuance of University Admission letter
Proceed to the University ICT Centre for online O’ level certificate verification

STEP 2:  PROCEED TO THE FACULTY/DEPARTMENT FOR SCREENING: FRESHMEN SHALL PRESENT THE FOLLOWING ITEMS TO THE FACULTY/DEPARTMENTAL SCREENING OFFICERS;

Original JAMB result slips and PUTME result slips, Letters of admission into the University issued by JAMB and Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike.
Receipt for payment of acceptance fee
Clearance for online certificate verification issued by the University ICT Centre.
Academic credentials (certificates).
Birth certificate or statutory declaration of age.
Local Government identification letter.
Letter of attestation from his/her parents/guardians vouching for his/her good behavior and conduct.
Six (6) recent coloured passport size photographs with his/her name, JAMB Registration number, and course of study clearly written on the reverse side of the photographs.
Six (6) photocopies of each of the items i-vii above.
Obtain the Student’s Clearance Form from the Screening Officer.

STEP 3: AFTER THE SCREENING OFFICER HAS CERTIFIED THAT THE FRESHMEN MET THE GENERAL AND COURSE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS, SUCCESSFUL FRESHMEN SHALL PROCEED TO:


1. generate and print other fees invoice from the University portal and proceed to any bank for payment. After successful payment, print AEFUNAI other fees e – receipt.
2. the Faculty and obtain University Bursary receipts from the Faculty Accountant for all the fees paid.
Collect the following items from the Registration Officer
Acceptance of offer of Admission Form
Students Record Form
Medical Screening Form
Form for Undertaken for good behavior
Matriculation Oath Form
Course Form
Students Files
1. All freshmen shall supply full home/office addresses, phone numbers and e-mail addresses of their parents/guardians.
2. Obtain Matriculation number from ICT on presentation of the following items
I. Receipts for payment of all prescribed fees/charges
II. Birth certificate or statutory declaration of age
III. O’ level verification certificate
IV. JAMB admission letter
V. AE-FUNAI admission letter
VI. Form for undertaken to be of good behavior
3. All freshmen must sign the Matriculation Register latest one week after matriculation.

 APPROVED CHARGES FOR FRESHMEN (NEW  STUDENTS)                                                                         
1. Acceptance fee (including online processing fee) – N15, 000 (Generate Invoice from the School Portal)
2. Acceptance fee (Medical students only) – N50,000 (Generate Invoice from the School Portal)
3. Other Charges for other programmes– N43, 000 (Generate Invoice from the School Portal)
Other Charges for Medical Students (N100, 000) (Generate Invoice from the School Portal)
3. Online Service Charge – N3,000
4. Scratch Card (Result Checking) – N1, 000
5. Developmental and Infrastructural Levy – N50, 000
Fidelity Bank
A/C Name: FUNAI Parents Forum
A/C NO: 6060217667

6. Notebook – N1, 500 (Pay at the bookshop)
7. ID Card – N1, 600
Zenith Bank
Acct Name: ID Card Account
A/C No 1130073438
8. Faculty Dues – N2, 000 (Pay through Remita)
9. T. Shirt- N2, 000 (Pay through Remita)
10. SUG – N1, 500
Zenith Bank
          Acct Name: FUNAI Students Forum
          A/c NO: 1015160259
11. GST – N2, 000 (Pay through Remita)
12. 12. Engineering Levy – N22, 000
Fidelity Bank
          A/C Name: FUNAI Parents Forum
          A/C NO: 6060308598
13. Accommodation (optional) – N30, 000 (Pay through Remita)
14. Refundable Hostel Caution fee (only for students that want to live in the University   hostels) – N20, 000 (Pay through Remita to FUNAI      Outlook)
15. Internet Services – N6, 500 (Pay to the Service Provider at ICT)
16. Development Levy (Medical Students only) – N250, 000 (Pay through Remita)
17. 17. Departmental Dues – N1, 000 (Pay through Remita)
Congratulations!
Odisa C. Okeke (Mrs.)
Registrar

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Landlady flees after scalding tenant with hot water in Akwa Ibom State





A Nigeria landlady has left an everlasting map on her tenant body at Urua Ekpa by high tension in Akwa Ibom.

it was gathered that a landlady who's name wasn't disclosed poured a hot water at her tenant during a brief misunderstanding yesterday.


According to Lizzy Ekpa who shared the ugly news via her social media account said the landlady did that to the tenant because of N370 Electricity bill.

Meanwhile, the landlady disappeared immediately she carried the sinful action she added.


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Monday, September 10, 2018

INEC promised corp member adequate security during 2019 election




 INEC promised corp member adequate security during 2019 election


Independent National Electoral Commission on 10th September promised corp member adequate security during 2019 election.

This was made known at Ogun State orientation camp during their visit to lecture the corp members on issues regarding the 209 election.



During the lecture corp member was grounded with the basic knowledge about the Independent National Electoral Commission and its relevant to the county Nigeria.


INEC representative made the corp members to  believe that they are the  INEC stakeholders and are expected to display atom of selflessness and integrity.

Nevertheless, corp members were  also promised adequate security during the 2019 and allowances,
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Outlined format for NYSC PPA address



 Outlined format for NYSC PPA address

Life in camp is very sweet and bitter depending on the state you are deployed to. base  that, many corp members are always in a hurry to head home to cool off from the stress undergoes during the 21 days in camp.

During the process of getting this exert, many corp member do land themselves into issues due to lack of guideline on how to go about getting this exerts.

Because if that, we deemed it wise to bring to your steps the method or format of writing exert letter to the state coordinator in other to b granted the needed exert.

Below are the outlined format for PPA address
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The State coordinator,

NYSC Niger state.

Through:

the Zonal inspector


Through:


the Local government inspector


Through:


Your PPA head,

Dear Ma,

PERMISSION TO TRAVEL

I, _________ with state code no _______ Wish to seek your permission to travel for two weeks, from ____ to _____ to enable me bring my properties over from home and settle down for work at my place of primary assignment. Thanks for your consideration.

Yours faithfully,

Signature

Name

State code

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