Posts in Current Affairs

21
Mar '16
Sources of Nigerian Law

Sources of Nigerian law denote where Nigerian law came from. The major question is that where did we get the present laws that we now call our own? Did they fall from heaven? Where did we get them from? We generally have six sources of Nigerian law they include: The Received English law: This consists of […]

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26
Feb '16
Opinions: Olajumoke Bread Seller Turned Hot Model Vs. Unilag 5.0 CGPA Graduate

Become a freelance Researcher at Afribary.com and search for quality final year project materials/ thesis works in our Library An average Nigerian is more interested in how much is in your pocket than how much is in your intellectual bank. This is the reason many girls even boys now prefer an Olajumoke to a 5.0 […]

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26
Feb '16
A List Of Collective Nouns (A group of Ships is called Fleet and so on)

And the little Boy said, “Aunty, please help me with my assignment. It’s on Collective Nouns” In plain words, I was disgraced. I couldn’t even remember 40% of Collective nouns or a group of ‘this’ is called ‘that’.  After some google help, I remembered there are people like me everywhere hence, this blog post. Share […]

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21
Jan '16
How to Avoid Contracting The Lassa Fever Virus

The Primary Host of the Lassa Fever Virus is the Rat.   Our Hostels have often times been besieged by heavy duty Rats. They are always after food stuff in the female hostel or sweaty shoes in the male hostels. Whatever that attracts them, the need to eliminate them is paramount in these Lassa Fever Virus […]

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24
Dec '15
Most Googled Nigerian Universities in 2015

Following Google’s release of its ‘year in search’ list for 2015, we want to show you most googled Nigerian Universities in 2015. Can you guess which Universities made the list? Well, you better not guess because you are about to see an unbelievable list. See list below: 1. University of Lagos 2. Obafemi Awolowo University […]

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17
Dec '15
If You Don’t Know Where You Are Going, Any Road Can Get You There.

There is always a way when you take any way. This is the sole reason people miss their way because new paths seem amazingly different, like tour time. They wander and wander until they can no longer find their way back. A case of Alice in Wonderland. In the end, nothing was found, discovered or […]

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16
Dec '15
32 ways To Be Creative

Want to be different from everyone else? Then try these creative tips. 1. Start and Invest your idea. 2. Live Like there is no crisis 3. It’s always too early to quit 4. Don’t try doing. Just Do. 5. Stay Hungry 6. Think Simple 7. Borrow ideas 8. Dive Deep 9. It’s all about connecting […]

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09
Dec '15
10 Most Commonly Misused Words and Correct Use (1).

On Misused words, We all love to sound sophisticated when we communicate interpersonally. Hence, our use of big words that we sometimes pick up from friends, blogs, that we never bother to look through a dictionary to vet. Well, today we want to bring to light some those words commonly misused, their meaning and their […]

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08
Dec '15
Instances: Difference Between Brilliance and Intelligence

Brilliant people don’t know more than their books. All their life and cardinal points revolve around the book. But intelligent people can navigate the world with ease. You will make a wailing wailer out of a brilliant person if you lock him up but put an intelligent person in the same room and he will […]

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18
Nov '15
Hit or Miss?: JAMB Results Valid for 3 Years Senate Wants

The Senate decision wa‎s in reaction to a motion sponsored by Senator Joshua Lidani representing Gombe South during their plenary section yesterday, he informed the lawmakers of frustrations being encountered by JAMB candidates in their search for admissions into tertiary institutions. Sen. Lidani expressed concerns over a recent policy, which empowers JAMB to reassign applicants […]

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