07
Jan '16
Exclusive Humour: How to Know You Are Poor.

You do not have to be on the street with portable plates hung around your neck moving from car to car in traffic before you can measure how poor you are or get convinced you are poor. Most of those beggars have built mansions in their villages and is not even the best measure if […]

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26
Nov '15
10 Words Familiar and Peculiar to a Nigerian Hostel Student.

Students who live in school hostels usually perform better than others who live outside the school environment according to academic records. Again, Show me a School that has the most comfortable Hostel system and I will show you a dull hostel student. I experienced the worst scenario and we had words peculiar to us, still […]

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23
Nov '15
Interview: See Why People Were Excited Over a ‘Jotter’ at a Wedding Last Weekend.

Rounding off, it was time for sharing the Souvenir and presentation of gifts. Everyone rushed to queue up at the announcement by the Master of Ceremony. The first set of people who presented their gifts to the Couple were given pet Bags with Jotters in them and it made others waiting on the long queue […]

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23
Sep '15
Research: Guys and Social Media ‘Like’ Button.

If you are an experienced Social Media User especially Facebook as a Case Study, You will notice the trend. Predominantly, Females only get all the likes on their Pictures and when they just cough (She updates ‘Coughing’ = 200likes). Guys that receive likes on their pictures often show extra gratitude to friends for aacknowledging them. […]

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15
Sep '15
Conversation: My Sunday Evening Walk around A Certain Town.

And Home was becoming too boring and again I was having a bad Weekend because my EPL team Lost, I decided to take a mini Bus ride around the town. I boarded several buses and alighted at several busy junctions just to observe what our Youths were doing at some of the crowded areas I […]

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03
Sep '15
5 Reasons People become ‘Anti-Link Clicks’

A Link usually hyperlink is a link from a hypertext document to another location, activated by clicking on a highlighted word or image. Clicking on links usually diverts a user to a Website, Blog, Page, Group, Ads and Application. People have become Anti-Link Clicks because of these series of reasons: 1.Catchy Title, Wrong Content: Generally […]

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26
Aug '15
5 kinds of Room Mates You should avoid.

Room Mate Phenomenon is not just a School-Student terminology. A Room mate is simply anyone who shares a room with you even if it is just for one night. Almost Everyone has or had a room-mate while in school or when you find or found yourselves in an area that living alone is or was […]

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20
Aug '15
Examinations and Cheating Styles Often Used and Always Caught.

Cheating in an examination means deviation from acceptable rules and regulations guiding the general principles of any examination. If it says Do not use or put away your Bags, Phones, Textbooks, Notebooks, Handouts, other incriminating items and you use them, You are a cheat when you are caught or not. Students always gather or individually […]

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15
Aug '15
5 Kinds of Lecturers You See in Nigerian Higher Institutions

We see all kinds of lecturers in schools in Nigeria. While we normally do not remember some of them there are the ones who leave an indelible impression on you as you pass through School. The Strict and Religious: They start every lecture with a portion of their Religious Book and always portray a fact […]

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12
Aug '15
A Must Read: Summarized Diary of a Social Media Graduate in Nigeria

In Nigeria, as soon as Students drop or break their Pen after writing their last paper during a degree exam, they rush to post on all social media,‘Latest/Freshest Graduate in Town’. I did same too. And I am referring to such graduates. These set of Nigerian Graduates are the worst hit of High blood pressure-psychologically […]

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