Monday, 21 August 2017

Faith Oyedepo Celebrate 35th Wedding Anniversary (Photo)

Today marks the 35th Wedding Anniversary of this great Man of God and
his beautiful wife. God has indeed been very good to them.

Buhari’s Return Will Not Stop Biafra – IPOB Leader, Nnamdi Kanu

Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has revealed
that the agitation for Biafra will continue even with the return of
President Muhammadu Buhari from London where he spent over 100 days on
medical treatment.

Buhari in his first broadcast since he returned on Saturday said that
Nigeria's unity is not negotiable as he plans to clampdown on

Imo State police warns against the use of motorcycle within owerri capital

The Imo State Police Command has warned the general public against the use of commercial motorcycle popularly known as inaga or okada as a means of transportation in Owerri metropolis.

This, it said, had caused serious security risks and challenges to the public and police respectively especially in the fight against crimes in the Owerri municipality.

State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Andrew Enwerem, said in a statement on Friday that the ban on the use of motorcycles for transportation was still in force.

Buhari Shocks Biafra – ‘Nigeria Must Remain One’

President Muhammadu Buhari has shocked those clamouring for the disintegration of Nigeria, saying that the unity of Nigeria remained sacrosanct.

Buhari made this comment Monday morning via a nationwide broadcast.

The President warned that his government would not condone elements beating war drum.

He recalled that “In 2003 after I joined partisan politics, the late Chief Emeka Ojukwu came and stayed as my guest in my hometown Daura. Over two days we discussed in great depth till late into the night and analyzed the problems of Nigeria. We both came to the conclusion that the country must remain one and united.

“Nigeria’s unity is settled and not negotiable. We shall not allow irresponsible elements to start trouble and when things get bad they run away and saddle others with the responsibility of bringing back order, if necessary with their blood.

Read Buhari’s Speech to Nigerians on His Return From London

Being sick is a human condition. While we pray that sickness does not befall even our worst enemies, it is one of those life experiences that ‘will come when it will come’.

Fellow Nigerians, I am happy to address you all today on my return from medical treatment in the United Kingdom. It is by the grace of Almighty Allah that I am here with you.
I want to begin by thanking every Nigerian who prayed for my quick recovery. I also wish to thank those who lost patience with me. I understand your feeling. We have so much work to do in this country that every minute lost is a disservice to our people.
My special thanks goes to the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo. He held the fort in my absence. I’m very pleased with his performance despite the difficulties our political structure imposed on him. He did the job of leading this nation so well that I have a renewed confidence in our leaders of tomorrow.
I also thank the National Assembly, my ministers, the members of the judiciary, our security forces and civil servants across this nation who go to work everyday and look up at the picture of their leader who had been absent for long and still dedicate themselves to the task of the day.
Being sick is a human condition. While we pray that sickness does not befall even our worst enemies, it is one of those life experiences that ‘will come when it will come’. For those concerned about the financial burden my illness must have exerted on our nation, I want to dispel your fears.
Though as your president I am entitled to receive medical treatment anywhere that my doctors deemed best, I’m waiving that right. My family and friends will take care of my medical bills.
As leaders, we must lead by example. I promised to end medical tourism if elected president of Nigeria. Two years after, it has not happened. You do not have to go far to know that it has not happened. My absence from Nigeria for 103 days makes it evident. It is my personal failure. I own up to it, the same way I own up to all that we promised but have not accomplished.
As part of my renewed commitment to this country, in my remaining days as your president, I will make sure that no president of Nigeria will again have the need to travel abroad to receive medical treatment. We have done greater things in the past. We can do this.
In the last two years, we have opened the window of opportunities for tens of thousands of our young people through the N-Power entrepreneur scheme. We have school children in 13 states of Nigeria receiving free lunch at school as part of our Homegrown School Feeding Programme.
In 9 states, over 26,000 are receiving N5,000 stipend a month from Conditional Cash Transfer Programme. We have stabilized the Naira and the economy. No matter how raw and uneven it may have been, we have taken a stab at the fight against corruption. Though it is still with us, its wings of impunity have been clipped. And instead of unrelenting on this fight, we are reloading and refocusing.
We have made strides here and there, but for many, the change that we promised has not materialized. In some cases, the change has taken many of our people two or three steps backwards. To them, it is hard to preach that stepping back is part of the process needed for a forward push. They may have seen the rams do it, but that does not mean that they will understand it and embrace it when it means doing with less meat in their pot of soup.
For me, this period of ailment has been an opportunity for great reflection. If I had an illusion that I would always be with you, that illusion is gone now. I will not always be with you. But I know that Nigeria will always be with you. I, therefore, come back with a renewed commitment to leave a better nation for you all. In the little time that I have left in this role as your president, I want to see a more united Nigeria for all.
Our unity can only come if we create an equitable and just nation.
I have had time to look at Nigeria from outside.

Nigerian Man Strangled To Death By South African Policemen

The Nigerian community in South African has accused the South African police of strangling a Nigerian man identified as Uchenna Eloh, to death on Wednesday, August 16th.

According to Nigerians residing in the country, Uchenna who is an indigene of Eziagu local government area in Enugu state, was accosted by the police officers and arrested on grounds that he had swallowed hard drugs. The police officers reportedly held the deceased on the neck and legs as they attempted to force him to vomit the substance he had allegedly swallowed.

The deceased in the process began to foam and then died of suffocation.

The Nigerian community is demanding an investigation into the matter and for the police officers to be brought to book. They called on the Federal government to swiftly intervene before the matter is swept under the carpet.

Sunday, 20 August 2017


1. JAMB 2017/18 Admission meeting starts tomorrow, Monday 21st and ends on Tuesday, August 22nd.

2. The meeting will be to discuss this year's JAMB national cutoff mark for Universities, colleges of Education, polytechnics and monotechnics.

3. After the meeting, all Federal universities, polytechnics, state universities and polytechnics will begin to release their 2017 admission forms. 

4. FG has given the go-ahead order for institutions to conduct POST-UTME this year (if they wish); be sure you are preparing for the POST-UTME of the school you have chosen as DELSU & OOU have already conducted theirs. Others to follow suit after JAMB meeting on Tuesday.

5. IMSU has not announced sale of POST-UTME form or any sort of cut off mark at the moment; ignore rumors making round that IMSU form is out: IMSU Admission form will be out shortly after JAMB meeting and IMSU will post everything on her official website which is, Imsu Elijah will also broadcast the information.

6. Since POST-UTME is back, please, the so-called "uploading of WAEC result on JAMB portal remains irrelevant because JAMB doesn't give admission; they only sign admission lists that schools send to them.

7. If the Uploading of the WAEC result is important, we shall hear it direct from JAMB after their meeting in few hours time.

8. JAMB change of course/institution/correction of data is still ongoing.

9. JAMB 2017/18 Direct Entry (DE) form is still on sale.

10. You can do change of course/institution two times (twice) as stipulated by the examination board (JAMB)

11. If you are an IMSU aspirant, start reading JAMB and Post-JAMB past questions, IMSU Post Utme Questions can be Shocking.



UNIPORT Student Gruesomely Murders Sister For Alleged Ritual [Photos]

A student of UNIPORT of faculty of Science by name Ifeanyi Dike, residing at Eliozu town in Obio/Akpor LGA , from mbaitolu in Iml state,allegedly killed little Miss Victory Chikamso.

According to report, Ifeanyi called the deceased into his room and hit her with a stone. He was caught in the night while he was going to dispose the body of the girl.

On interrogation,he said he was sent by a man to kill the girl for rituals but refused to give the name of the man.

Recession what?? Checkout The Presidential Cars That Waited For President Buhari At The Airport

It is no news that Nigerians are extremely happy when they hear the news for the arrival of the number one man in the country, Pres. Buhari having spent 100 days in the UK for his medical vacation.

We bring to you some array of cars displayed at the airport.

Who says Nigeria is in recession, please think twice

See photos below:-

NYSC denies Death of Members in Owerri building Collapse

Contrary to reports about death of two corp members in Imo state, the National Youth Service Corp management in the state has said no corp member died in the recent building collapse.

University Female Student offers her virginity for sale at N350,000

Popular Relationship therapist, Joro Olumofin, has taken to his Instagram blog page and shared the story of a 23-year-old female student who has put up her virginity for sale.

According to the young lady, ever since she lost her benefactor (a married man) who has been paying her bills and taking care of her, things have been extremely difficult for in school and she is finding it hard to live.

She revealed further that her landlord is on the verge on throwing her out of the house because her rent has since expired, adding that she is yet to pay her school fees and her final year project is starring her in the face. She is therefore offering her virginity for a sum of N350,000 to any man who can pay her the money.

Saturday, 19 August 2017


Following the conclusion of the 2016/2017 academic session, the management of Imo State University Owerri has announced to prospective and returning students that the 2017/2018 academic Session will commence on Monday, 02 October 2017 as disclosed to Mr. Elijah Madubuihe.

Newly admitted and Returning students are anticipated to resume for their respective programmes same date.

Be Guided Accordingly, while we wish students of Imo State University a happy holiday season.

Stay out of trouble.

Thank and God Bless youFurther more, May God bless this special best friend of mine Chijindu Ezemuonye S Ville the SUG Chief of Staff with happiness and accomplishment in life as you celebrate your birthday "19/08/17" wishing you happy many returns of the day, God bless.

Chijindu Ezemuonye S Ville the SUG Chief of Staff


Auto Biography Of IMSU SUG Chief Of Staff As He Celebrates Birthday

Though a ladder takes one to any height, it must lean on something  else. The SUG chief of staff Imo state University Owerri Comrade Chijindu Ezemuonye S Ville today 19th August added another cubit to his height, the Nwangele born who graduated recently took to his social media handle to express gratitude to God Almighty for life and prosperity while multitude of friends, well wishers  flooded his timeline to wish him a belated celebration.

The controversial comrade in his auto - biography he captioned "PROFILE OF Rotr EZEMUONYE CHIJINDU SOLOMON" wrote

"The journey of a thousand miles they say begins with a step. the firmament grew diaphanous on 19th of August 199- into the family of Deacon GOD'SON AKOBUNDU EZEMUONYE and Mrs STELLA AKOBUNDU EZEMUONYE. who halls from Ozuoha Abajah in Umuduraro Autonomous Community in Nwangele Local Government Area in IMO state. He is the second born and first son in a family of six children. 3 Sisters and 2 Brothers He grew up with his parents at Egbu in owerri north LGA.

SUG PRESIDENT Franklin Capacity alongside the chief of staff Rotr chijindu
Some men are never awake when the train starts but crawl into the station just in time to see that everybody is gone, but Rotr Ezemuonye chijindu scrimped out earlier to the time of Education at Good fruits Nursery/ Primary school. Were he obtained his Nursery Certificate, and bagged his first school leaving certificate at Y.M.C.A Nursery/ Primary school egbu in owerri north LGA as one of the best behaved student in the school. After some specified and special examinations which he performed opulently, he was admitted into Government secondary school, owerri which was noted as the best and demotic secondary school in IMO state and entire South-Eastern region in Nigeria were he proximity took his SSCE exam and made all his papers. In that same year 2013 he was able to gain admission into IMO state University where he studded POLITICAL SCIENCE.

we need not to read history only but to create history substantially, Chijindu voluntarily decided in his secondary school days to join PEER EDUCATOR'S ANTI-AIDS HEALTH CLUB as a muscular member with his pet name (Smallville). during his JSS 3 and SS 3 he was given the post of the game's prefect as a functionary by the school Authority because of his brilliant and athletic process in the school, in the trawl for success he fought lustrously and won. As a result of his virtuous esteem he was elected as the club ss1 Secretary and in his ss2 he was elected as the Chief Provost PEER EDUCATOR'S ANTI- AIDS HEALTH CLUB IMO STATE ZONAL BODY. Apart from that he is also a member of interact club of Government secondary school owerri. member Boys BRIGADE Nigeria from secondary school till now ( WARRANT OFFICER).

Rotr Ezemuonye Chijindu. was a Student of political science IMO state University (2013-2017) He is a Good and worthy fellow of Rotary club of world bank Cb. Where he server humanity as a Rotaractor. Chijindu was the D.G of CAPACITY Campaign team (2015-2016) Campaign Manger (2016-2017)..
Because of his good effort in the struggle of Aluta he was recognized as a Comrade and also called a field marshal by all the high comrades in IMO state university and in that same struggle he was appointed as the Chief of Staff to the 16th Republic SUG President of IMO state university.

Rotr Ezemuonye Chijindu was
honoured with many AWARD OF HONOUR before he left School.. The last was an Award of Honour from National Association of political science students IMO state university as a good representative of the department of political science and (AMBASSADOR OF NAPSS).

Smallville as he is fondly called by pets and friends, was ones an Imsu cadet officer and a jovial friend to his juniors and comrades .
HOBBIES: all work and no play makes jack a Jackie". As he always says he is an introveit but a besotted lad in the field of creativity, he loves social networks, swimming and playing lawn tennis, he likes socializing unwrapping mysteries, also likes writing, reading novels, traveling.

Many people are born crying, live complaining and die disappointed but the obverse has been the case of Chijindu, he has the burning desire to be the president of Nigeria one day, a burning desire to make Nigeria a better place for all. I believe in vision 2024
If we continued writing about him and achievements, it will not end today because Rotr Ezemuonye chijindu is an achiever no matter his young age.
I just want to say a happy birthday to myself, wishing my self a happy glorious birthday and long life, prosperity, good health and all the good things in the world.....
And also a high thank you to my family, my second family which is my Ogssian brothers, my Comrades, my sweethearts, my day one niggas, my besties, my BFF, my friends my well wishers.....
Special thanks to all who have been part of my journey so far, right from my first day in this world, I thank you all.

Thank you Jesus for making me to see this day! So so happy!!!

220 Students Set to Graduate from Africa Film Academy’s “So You Wanna Act” Owerri Workshops.

The city of Owerri is set to play host to the graduation ceremony of this year’s edition of its “So You Wanna Act” workshop organised by Africa Film Academy.

The graduation event scheduled for the 24th of August, 2017 marks the end of a highly educative and interactive workshop for the participants and is billed to take place at the Imo Trade and Investment Centre, Owerri.

Expressing his enthusiasm for both the project and graduates, the host, Ugwumba Uche Nwosu emphasized the need for refining creative skills and showcasing local talents. “We started the workshop on the 25th of April and concluded it on the 10th of May 2017.

In a class that featured hundreds of students and some of the creative maestros from eastern Nigeria, you can be certain that they will not only surprise the film industry with their productions but also with the quality of content and messages that will follow.”

The Africa Film Academy continued by explaining the rationale behind a myriad of activities scheduled for the graduation, most notably the unveiling of Eastern Heartland Film Festival and the launch of the Africa Film Academy Eastern Heartland Film Fund. “We have found a formula that works, and this is consistent with our vision at Africa Film Academy. It is to empower indigenous talents like we have done with the students at the “So You Wanna Act” workshop; empower them with the Africa Film Academy Eastern Heartland Film Fund so they can access resources to execute viable creative projects and showcase their works through the Eastern Heartland Film Festival.”

“Nigeria, Africa and the world should brace for the impact we are about to make” Owelle Rochas Okorocha is quoted as saying during the commencement of the training .

At the graduation ceremony as special guest of honour will be his excellency, the executive governor of Imo state, Owelle Rochas Okorocha alongside illustrious guest speakers. Other notable figures from the creative space across Nigeria are also expected to be in attendance.

Nigerians Display Joy As President Buhari Returns To The Country 100 Days After Medical Vacation

President Muhammadu Buhari has finally arrived Abuja after over 100 days ’ stay in London, United Kingdom, where he had been receiving medical attention since May 7.

The presidential aircraft that conveyed the President landed at the Presidential Wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, at about 4 .35pm.

He was received by top government officials led by the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo.

Phyzabeck - Shabba (Prod by Doomzday @iam_Phyzabeck )

After A Long Anticipation For The Most Spoken About Dancehall Single In Recent Times, PHYZABECK The Amanda Crooner Hits Us With This Club Banger Titled SHABBA (KOFI ANAN), This Jam Has That Street Appeal And Can Be Vibed At Any Place, Time And Location, SHABBA Is Produced By DOOMZDAY, Mixed And Mastered By SOMIX....