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 Que Sera, Sera-WHAT WILL BE, WILL BE. HOW REALISTIC?     Man is so small. Yes, you, everyone, including my humble self, we are very small. We are inbued with some powers. Some of these powers include domination, overbearing and domineering over the world and everything therein. We are at liberty to do what we like on earth. It does not stop there. With spiritual, physical, money and political powers, we manipulate, oppress, dominate and even sniff life out of fellow men. These enormous powers are being used by those opportuned. Yet, notwithstanding, we are very small indeed. The  muscle-flexing  we exert to bulldoze ourselvelves, other creatures and inanimate objects is limited to the physical realm. Being denied gift of  clairvoyance, we behave as if tomorrow will never come. We delude ourselves that even if it does, we have power to make it a semblance of today. Foul. Tomorrow will come, definitely and it is loaded with gifts and it's own men, new owners. These new people will b


 BREAKDOWN OF THE NEW STUDENT'S LOAN President Tinubu signs the student's loan bill into law which seeks to provide financial solution to Nigerian Students for the purpose of Tertiary Education. Here are few things you need to know about the bill; PURPOSE OF THE LOAN The loan can be accessed for the purpose of paying school fees, accommodation, textbooks, research, education materials or any other purpose that's justified by the institutions. The amount will differ from student to student and department to department. Technical Courses will require more funding than Non-technical. ELIGIBILITY Students applying for the loan must;  1. Have secured an admission into any Tertiary Institution (Federal or State Universities, Polytechnics, Collages of Education or any other Tertiary Institutions) 2. Come from a family with an annual income of less than N500,000. 3. Provide at least 2 guarantors (Civil Servant above Level 12 or Lawyer with at least 10 years post-call experience) DI


 TEXT OF DEMOCRACY DAY NATIONAL BROADCAST BY PRESIDENT BOLA AHMED TINUBU ON JUNE 12, 2023. 1. Fellow Nigerians, 2. It is exactly three decades today that Nigerians went to the polls to exercise their inalienable right to elect a President of their choice to lead the transition from military dictatorship to a representative government of the people. 3. The abortion, by military fiat, of the decisive victory of Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola of the defunct Social Democratic Party (SDP) in the June 12, 1993, presidential election, up to that time, the fairest and freest election in the country’s political evolution, turned out, ironically, to be the seed that germinated into the prolonged struggle that gave birth to the democracy we currently enjoy since 1999. 4. In rising to strongly oppose the arbitrary annulment of the will of the majority of Nigerians as expressed in that historic election, the substantial number of our people who participated in the struggle to de-annul the e


  ONDO GOVT. EXPRESSES SATISFACTION WITH TURNOUT AND CONDUCT OF 2023 ENTRANCE EXAMINATION INTO UNITY SECONDARY SCHOOLS. The Ondo State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Olufemi Agagu FNIVS, has expressed satisfaction with the turnout of pupils for the Entrance Examination into Unity Secondary Schools across the state. The Commissioner while monitoring the examination at designated centres in Akure, said he was also impressed by the peaceful conduct of  the candidates and their supervisors.  Represented by the Permanent Secretary, Mrs Folasade Adegoke, the Commissioner lauded the Department of Examination Management in the ministry for putting in place adequate logistics for the smooth conduct of the examination. Mr Agagu was particularly impressed by the increase in enrolment which he said was a significant improvement over previous years. He explained that the question papers for the examination, the names of the students, and seat numbers, were all customized to mak

Tinubu signs into law bill raising judges’ retirement age

Tinubu signs into law bill raising judges’ retirement age   President Bola Tinubu has signed into law the bill on uniform retirement age for judicial officers. Tinubu signed the bill into law on Thursday. In a statement by Abiodun Oladunjoye, state house director of information, the president pledged that his administration would strengthen the judiciary and empower judicial officers. The bill, titled: “Constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria, 1999 (fifth altercation) (No.37) bill, 2023”, was the first to be signed by President Tibunu since taking the oath of office on May 29. The law extends the retirement age of high court judges — and others — from 65 to 70 years. The retirement age of justices of the appeal and supreme courts is already pegged at 70. The legislation also ensured uniformity in the pension rights of judicial officers of “superior courts of record” specified in section 6(5) of the 1999 constitution (as amended). On May 2, the national assembly directed Amos Oj


 ONDO EXCELS IN  NG-CARES PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION; WINS FG AWARD OF EXCELLENCE. Ondo State Government has been decorated with a special Award as the Best in the South and third Best Performing State under the Covid-19 Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus (NG-CARES) Programme. The award was presented to the State Government in Akure during the World Bank and Federal CARES Interactive Support Mission in preparation for the forthcoming second IVA visit to the State. Presenting the award, the Chairman, Federal CARES Technical Committee (FCTC), Rev Aso Vakporaye, commended the state government for showing other states that the programme implementation was possible. He described the the state version of the NG-CARES Programme tagged Od-CARES under Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, as huge a success, which other States should emulate.  "I rejoice with Ondo State. You have shown that you feel for your people, down in the South. So, I'm thrilled to have seen this success. It is not an ea