Showing posts with label POLITICSPOLITICS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label POLITICSPOLITICS. Show all posts

Nov 4, 2017

Founder of Naijaloaded posted thousands of dollars he earn from Opera Mini Browser

Makinde Abdulazeez, Founder and Lead blogger of the most popular website in Nigeria, took to us his Instagram handle to share an Instagram story where he made mention of whooping sum of $19.741 he recently earned from Opera Mini browser.  Commenting on the  development, he claimed this is a welcome initiative from the browser and he's looking forward for more surprised mails and calls.

Lastly, the founder said blogging will become one of the world most profitable hobbies you can earn from even more than "Yahoo Yahoo".

Image source: @Mankind_naijaloaded (Instagram)

Sep 5, 2017

Kwasu Vice Chancellor to approve Student Union Government - SRA

Information reaching Campus Trybe from the Student Representative Assembly of Kwara State University as shared on Whatsapp has it that the Vice Chancellor approved Student Union Government to kick off in the school.

The Vice chancellor of Kwara State University Prof. Abdul Rasheed Na Allah on the 1st of July approved the Stdent Union Government  that the students has so much crave for over 7years.

He sent a mail accross about the Kick off and even on the list of payment for this session the SUG levy of a thousand naira has been included. 

We are about to have a voice of our own, wil hereby implore interested students aspiring for a post can start creating his/her awareness now. 

This is a message from the S.R.A


We wish to sincerely appreciate the _Vice-Chancellor_ for *approving the emergence of a Student Union Government* on the Kwara State University campus. 

In the VC's address to the students at the 19th Inauguration Ceremony of NANS, he declared publicly that there shall be SUG elections this semester. This has indeed put joy in the hearts of the esteemed Students and for this, we say Thank You Sir. 

However, we also wish to notify students watch out for updates from the *_Public Relations Office_* of the SRA so as to be kept apprised of developments and regards the imminent elections. 


_Public Relations Office, SRA_
+234 706 298 8462
+234 810 109 5808

Dec 15, 2016

MSSN Lagos state chapter pleads to FG

The Lagos chapter of the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria (MSSN ) has urged the government at all levels not to compromise the standard of education due to the economic recession confronting the country. .

‎The President of the MSSN, Lagos, Gbenga Ashafa, lamented that students are among those most affected by the economic recession in the country as many parents are struggling to pay school fees while students are striving to cope on different campuses.

He said, “The economic situation in the country is very tough and no doubt students are not finding it easy to survive and sustain themselves on various campuses. Also, many parents are currently finding it very difficult to pay the school fees of their children and provide other basic needs. .

“The teachers are not also spared; meeting up with the daily requirement has been a very difficult thing for them. .

“All these accumulate to our calls on government at all levels to ensure that the economic recession does not affect the standard of education. They should strive to ensure that the standard of education is not compromised. .

“Leaders at all levels must realise that education remains a golden asset for Nigeria and everything should be done to protect its standard.

“Allowing recession to affect the quality of education at primary, secondary or tertiary levels, is like digging the grave for innovation and building of great minds that will uplift Nigeria.”

Ashafa, therefore, advised that although times are hard, it is not an excuse for youth to delve into illegal practices.
“It is understandable that things are hard but that should not propel illegalities such as taking bribes, gambling, stealing, and deprivation of another person’s right because of money.

“At this period, parents and guardians need to step up the way they monitor their children,” he added.