Official: OrOrO by @zayoboy — @kogaENT 1st Born

 

Still bubbling under KOGA Entertainment, Zayo Boy has bounced on O.T Genasis’s CoCo to do the Nigerian Street Version which he titles “Ororo”.

Ushering in some Chinko flows on this jam is something Zayo has been doing way back in campus. It’s really awesome for him to rekindle some bit of those flows on this song.
Zayo came down on the beat in his own unique style and  blended in his indigenous rap bars to give a highly superb delivery

There is more to look out for in this talented serial hit maker as he keeps driving the industry wild with his massive releases.

Meanwhile, Listen Up to “OrOrO” and air your views

Free MP3 download: zayo boy ororo.mp3 — www.joshdreey.blogspot.com.mp3IMG-20150310-WA001

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Check out ANUCA AWARD 2015 Categories and Nominate Yourself…cc @ANUCA_official

Let me Introduce You to the first Inter University Awards in Nigeria with the vision of supporting and encouraging students through award Recognition..After the successful of the first Edition (ANUCA AWARD 2014) we present Annual University Crest Awards (ANUCA AWARD) 2015 Categories…

1 Student Couple of the Year

2 Student Actor of the Year

3 Student Actress of the Year

4 Student Make up Artists of the Year

5 Best use of social Media ( Twitter)

6 Student CEO of The Year

7 Sport Personality of The Year (students)

8 Student web designer of the Year

9 Student Graphic Designer of the Year

10 Student Photographer of the Year

11 Best Campus Blog of the Year

12 Best student DJ of the Year

13 Student OAP of the Year

14 Student Model of the Year

15 student event planner of the Year

16 Most Visited Club by Students

17 Student Artists of The Year (Male)

18 Student Artists of the Year (Female)

19 Student Rapper of the Year

20 Student Hit Song of the Year

21 Best student Collaboration

22 Best Clothing -Line own by Student

23 Student Comedian

24 Most Handsome

25 Most Beautiful

26 Best Dress male

27 Best Dress Female

28 Best website own by Student

29 Most Enterprising Student

28 Best Automobile use by Student

29 Most sophisticated

30 Rookie of the year

31 Most Popular male

32 Most Popular Female

33 Best clique(male)

34 Best clique(female)

35 Most influential Male

36 Most Influential Female

37 Most expensive female

38 Most expensive male

39 Campus Magazine of the Year

40 Student personality of The Year

ANUCA AWARD 2015 Involve Only Universities in…

OSUN STATE

LAGOS STATE

OGUN STATE

OGUN STATE

OYO LAGOS

EKITI STATE

KWARA STATE

ONDO STATE

To Nominate Yourself Kindly visit http://www.anuca.com.ng

For more information
@ANUCA_official

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Frank Edwards – The First Ever JOSH DREEY PERSONALITY (January Edition)

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Frank Edwards #FE

Frank Ugochukwu Edwards, simply known as Frank Edwards is a Nigerian contemporary Christian singer-songwriter and recording artist from Enugu, Enugu State; a producer, song writer,singer and performing/recording artiste >>lover of God 🙂

 


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AIS Entertaiment and Nickon Camera Photo Contest

Listen up!!

Are u beautiful or Handsome??
Are you photogenic??

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It’s ‬ Mr/Miss Ais entertainment Nigeria Picture Contest

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Top 30 Contestants Qualify for INSTITUTION FASHION SHOW 2015 powered by NIKON CAMERA ….

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CAMPUS ABLAZE!

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SIR BRIGGS Quotes

Sometyms u just need to distance urself from pple, if they care dey will notice, and if dey dont u no where u stand ooo…says Sir BRIGGS…gud am

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Briggs Quotes

Dont let ur self be controlled by this 3 fucking tinkz, ur PAST, PEOPLE or MONEY…says SIR BRIGGS…Gud nyt pals

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VIDEO: THE SOUND (Oficial Video) — DAVIDO ft UHURU + DJ BUCKZ

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HILLARIOUS!!! See Davido Crying for a SNAKE! #TAKE_IT

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After Several Warnings; Facebook To Ban Religious Posts. USE (www.yookos.com)

This is Good News to me tho… and that’s Because i’m AHEAD of YOU! Don’t be Scared because there s an alternative… Just visit www.yookos.com and enjoy the best Social Networking Service ever Experienced! And Guess WHAT??? Pastor Chris is Live on this SITE! PastorChrisLive On Yookos!

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In a closed-door session with shareholders on Tuesday, Facebook executives wheeled out a set of new rules which, when implemented later this year, will ban their users from creating status updates and image posts related in any way to religion, while also vowing to disband groups and take down pages with religious goals or affiliations.

Facebook will introduce their new rules in three waves. The first will see religiously-themed pages being removed, as well as religious groups, private or otherwise, being disbanded. The second wave will prohibit the posting, sharing, and general distribution of religious images and memes; images asking Facebook users to pray, or encouraging them to believe in one or any religion, will be banned, with warning messages and even account suspensions for those who repeatedly attempt to violate the rule.

The third and biggest wave, which is due to come near the end of the year, will impact regular Facebook users themselves, with new filters which will seek out status updates that use “religious keywords,” such as “Jesus,” “prayer,” “Church,” or “God.” Facebook staffers will read flagged status updates to determine whether they should be removed or not, with warning messages and suspensions going out to those who violate the rule.

Not all religious content will be banned from Facebook, though. Paid advertisements for religious organizations, services, and events will still be allowed. Also, promotional pages for movies, books, and video games with religious themes will be exempt from the new bans, though what Facebook refers to as “primary religious texts,” such as the Bible, The Torah, and the Quran, will not be given this exemption.
The new anti-religion rules come after several waves of protests from atheist and agnostic groups, who claim user-created religious content is offensive to them and, as one group put it, “promotes generation after generation of forceful indoctrination into their belief systems, which we do not want our children exposed to.”

“For years, religious groups have been allowed to spread their propaganda on Facebook and other social media sites freely, so this is a huge win for thinking people everywhere,” says Amber Wallace, founder of the American Atheist Coalition, the group that led the charge on the new Facebook changes. “Religion is fraudulent in nature. I consider this a win not for atheists, but for humans of free will everywhere. A life without religious dogma is definitely a life worth living.”

Atheist author John Rush says the new rules will end one of Facebook’s most nefarious double-standards. “Last year, Facebook announced `satire’ tags for satire websites, and this week, they announced a new war on `hoax sites,’ like Daily Currant or The Onion. They say they want to ban hoaxes and get them out of News Feeds. But what about religion? That’s the greatest hoax ever carried out on mankind, but you didn’t see anyone at Facebook taking a stand, not until now anyway. It’s nice to see an end to their hypocrisy, at long last.”
But Facebook users of faith aren’t thrilled about the new rules. “When is Facebook going to realize that it isn’t their job to police their social network?” asks Reverend Mike Weis, who plans to file a lawsuit over the bans. “There’s such a thing in this country as freedom of speech. Facebook isn’t obligated to the first amendment, but we, as users, should expect it of them. Blocking content because some minority of users finds that content offensive is the exact antithesis of what this nation of ours was founded on. And that means, in the very least, that Facebook is about as anti-American as a website can get.”

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Nurturing The Excellent Woman! (UNILORIN SUG WEEK)

INTRODUCTION

The history of the existence of humans on earth is incomplete and hollow without the mention of the woman named Eve. The Female gender is an indispensable part of life, in fact she sustains the life we bear, she is an integral part of the organised system that transfers life from one generation to another.
The Female gender all over the world especially in African nations have been subjected to persecution, victimisation, abuse, slavery, segregation, mutilation by cultural practises  and inequality. All these, obviously, have been condemned not only by major religious scriptures and rulings but also by humanity. However they are still practised on a large scale against the female folk.
Our beloved country Nigeria is the largest nation on the continent of Africa with a population of over 162.5 million of which females constitute 49% of the population- i.e 80.2 million.
It is however sardonic that in Nigeria today, there exists a relegation and degradation of the female gender. Hardly do women constitute 20% of the elected people in elections whether at the local, state or federal level. The implication of this low degree of representation, says Professor Bolanle Awe is that women are not likely to participate in any significant way in making decisions that will affect their lives and those of other citizens of this country. This situation unfortunately, is a replica of what happens in other sectors of the country, the Nigerian woman is characterised by the denominator of subordination.
There exists only one female President in the whole of Africa-Ellen Johnson Sirleaf- the President of Liberia. However there are few female vice presidents-the Vice Presidents of Burundi, Uganda and South Africa are all women. Despite the above, progress towards achieving the goal for gender equality and female empowerment is still a pure dream because the women mentioned above represent an insignificant fraction in the population of women in African and indeed the world.
Owing to their special nature, the few women who make it to the top experience difficulty in combining the qualities of being virtuous as a wife, mother and as a muhminah or Christian Woman.
The recent abduction of over 200 girls in their school in the Northern part of Nigeria, the inadequacy of security agents around schools (especially around female schools) in troubled areas of the country and the rather slow and unproductive move by the Nigerian government to facilitate the return of these girls is a further indicator of the disregard for female folk and their education in Nigeria.
The female gender constitute the highest number of school drop-outs in Nigeria and of course Africa and therefore constitute the majority of illiterates globally. Women are also the victims of various illicit and immoral activities in the society such as prostitution, child trafficking e.t.c consequently this accounts for the degradation and disregard of the female gender.
Owing to the above fact, it is very obvious that lack of education, enlightenment and opportunities is the germane cause of women’ inability to merge being virtuous with being a successful career persons.
It is in this plight that the Students’ Union, University of Ilorin considered it significant and  pertinent to organise a summit  with the purpose of educating females in a bid to proffer workable and tenable solution(s) to the challenges facing the female gender.
As a female student that has a goal of climbing the ladder of success despite the various hurdles and odds posed by the Nigerian society, one is faced with dilemmas such as
Being a female, and how to really make it in life?
Combining the roles of a woman in a home and how to get a meaningful job?
Keeping my pristine nature as a woman and how to retain my job?
Marriage and success in my career (Won’t Marriage be a hindrance to my success)?
It is consequent on the above questions that an orientation and education of the female gender but is necessary. It is our believe that life is a puzzle and with every piece fit together in its proper place, success is guaranteed-women and men are parts of this puzzle, therefore in this summit, the male gender is invited to also have enlightenment  on how women should be treated in a society that aims good for all.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
To organise a classy conference that will focus on female education, sensitization and interactive session on certain issues such as home management, maintaining a good career, child marriage, rape (punishment for offenders, whether or not to disclose identities of rape victims owing to stigmatization), marital issues, how to choose a spouse, knowing the right man, keeping up with the religious obligations and so on.
To give proportionate stimulation to the female gender, right from the secondary school level, towards moderate participation in administrative affairs, nation building and development.
To enlighten females on how to retain their virtues amidst being successful career women.
To foster a mutual relationship between the fulfilled women and the prospective younger ones.
To also foster a mutual relationship between the female gender and their male counterparts to enhance coexistence.

SCOPE OF THE PROGRAMME
This year’s edition (i.e 2nd edition) which is scheduled to hold on the 18th March, 2015 shall include lectures, interactive session, award presentation and  the launching of the maiden  edition of “THE ARETE”   Magazine in honor of women of repute and class who have made indelible marks in their various endeavours.

THEME:
NURTURING WOMEN OF EXCELLENCE IN OUR SOCIETY.
SUB-THEMES:
Gender inequality and discrimination of female participation in nation building.
Balancing religious virtues, marital prospects and Job productivity.
Best career options for women
Female genital mutilation and it’s effect on the health of the girl child.
Child marriage and it’s effect on the girl child education
Rape, a review of its psychological and social effects on the female folks

PROPOSED SPEAKERS
Barr Bola Suleiman
Nike Peller
Sen Gbemisola Saraki
Mrs Adebimpe Akinbisehin
Dr Abdul Karim
CHAIRPERSON
Mrs Omolewa Ahmed
First Lady of Kwara State
SPECIAL GUESTS
Sen Gbemisola Saraki
Olori K Sanni
AWARDEES
Mrs Adebimpe B akinbisehin
Barr Bola Suleiman
NNPC
Senator Gbemisola  Saraki
Mrs Jumoke Gomola
Dr Abdul Kareem
Mrs K W Salee
Prof Ijaiya
Nike Peller

CONCLUSION
Consequent on the existing inequality and extreme gap between the female gender and their male counterparts, the Students’ Union, University of Ilorin deem it fit to provide a platform where women of repute and merit, women of town and gown, icons of exemplary status and achievements will be honoured by our quintessential, better by far institution. They will share their experience and educate young women on how to become excellent. Remember if you educate a man, you have succeeded in educating one person, but when you educate a woman, you have succeeded in educating a nation.

ANIFOWOSHE Titilope T.                                       OSENI SALIMAT ADENIKE
Student Union Vice.                                                University of Ilorin.Gen.Sec
President (PS).                                                          Planning Committee.

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Open Letter to MultiChoice Nig Ltd (DStv & GOtv) Providers.

DSTV Enough Is Enough!!

Fellow Nigerians, let’s ALL boycott DSTV & GoTv services of MultiChoice Nig Ltd from April 1st 2015 for their planned & exploitative tariff increase which they want to FOIST on the over 2 million subscribers they have in Nigeria on April 1st 2015 (See front pg 9/3/15 Guardian newspaper).Enough is ENOUGH! Nigerians will ‎​no longer tolerate this! We will ‎​no longer tolerate the lack of Pay-as-you-Watch services they offer in South Africa & other countries but in Nigeria they keep our accounts running even when ‎​we travel & there is no-one at home to utilise the service even though they know these Countries have less subscribers/population than Nigeria.-They must implement PAY-AS-U-WATCH in Nigeria on April 1st & lower tariffs,
-We insist on it, ‎​we are not April Fools!
-They must make that Pay-as-u-watch service EASY  for Nigerians to access with ‎​no tricks or long queues to sign up  for it. ‎​

-No more substandard decoder!!
-Their monopolised exploitative tendencies must end in Nigeria!
-As the Arab Spring brought change of Govt in the Middle East, this “DSTV Spring” must bring change, better services & lower prices come April 1st 2015 if ‎​we all unite as one!

PLEASE re-broadcast this to everyone on your WhatsApp, BBM & WeChat contact list, Tweet it, post it on your FB Status till our VOICE is heard & heeded to in their South African Head Office & this is done, Change Must Come! DSTV Enough is Enough!

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