Meet The Tallest Nigerian Football Player

Stephen Eze is a Nigerian football player. Playing in the Nigerian professional football league NPFL.



 He began his football career with Lobi Stars F.C. in 2010. He was promoted to Lobi Stars F.C. Team A in 2012.

Date of birth March 8, 1994 (age 23)
Place of birth Makurdi, Nigeria
Height1.99 m (6 ft 6 1⁄2 in)



He is currently with the Home based Super Eagles.

Some pictures.




Top 5 Illuminati Pastors In Uganda Exposed

Some pastors has been alleged to be part of this secret organization. Though this allegation is not 100 percent confirmed, but we see evidence of why people are saying what there saying on their numerous scandals.

Top 5 Illuminati Pastors In Uganda


Each pastor on this list has one or two bad thing that a man of God should not do hanging on their necks. This scandals are what the Illuminati Order are known for.
So who are this Ugandan pastors?

1. Pastor Robert Kayanja 


Top 5 Illuminati Pastors In Uganda  Pastor Robert Kayanja
The hand sign is thought to be Illuminati.

One of the richest pastors in the country and even in Africa, this man was not born rich, he was born poor suddenly he become rich.

The pastor wears designer suits, lives in a fabulous mansion overlooking Lake Victoria and preaches about wealth.

It is said that the order told him to be gay as a means of retaining his power and riches. This is why he is always involved in any high profile gay cases.

Church : Miracle Centre Cathedral  


2. Pastor Imelda Namutebi

 

Pastor Imelda Namutebi - Top 5 Illuminati Pastors In Uganda
An Illuminati symbol.

 

One of the top female pastors in the country, she has money, fame at least in Uganda. But then she doesn't have happiness.

People say that the reason she remains unmarried for long is because she was told by the Order not to, so instead of marrying she should engage in adultery. Her scandals rarely gets out to the public, but others like her senior pastor's scandals who she alleges encourages to be like her often gets exposed to the public, she will then deny it.

Church : Liberty Worship Center.
 

3. Tom Mugerwa, Mutundwe

Tom Mugerwa, Mutundwe

Tom Mugerwa Matundwe is one man that is known for his activities. Locals says his preaching and teaching is about demons, in support of demons that is.

At face value it may seem that Pastor Tom is just the regular preacher that preaches about wealth and riches, but if you dig deeper and listen attentively you will see that the routes he wants people to take in getting this riches is through satanic means.

4. Pastor Minani 

Pastor Minani - Iluminati

Accused of high profile homosexuality, they said that is the price the Order asked him to pay in other to continue living a life of luxury and gaining more followers.

So in a nutshell Pastor Minani has the objective of making people his members, turning them to being Gay. It doesn't matter whether one is male or female.

Church : Mbuya Pentecostal Church

5. Apostle Aloysius Bugingo

 

Well things people do for money and power. Going by what people are this man's own is a bit extreme, he was told to contact HIV, and live with it.

So they say his office and houses are littered with anti retro-viral drugs. It has also been rumored that he sleeps with people without protection in other to pass the 'gift'.

Church : House of Prayer Bat valley

List of some African and Non-African Plays, Novels and Poems for exams.

This are books fashioned to be used by students who are preparing to
write U.T.M.E or JAMB exams.

List of some African and Non-African Plays, Novels and Poems for exams.


Drama:

i. JC De Craft: Sons and Daughers, published by UPL
Non-African:
William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet, Published by Newswan.

Prose:

African
i. Buch Emecheta: The Joys of Motherhood, published by Heinemann.
ii. Ferdinand Oyono: The Old Man and the Medal, published by Heinemann.

Non-African:
George Orwell: Nineteen Eighty Four, published by Newsman.

Poetry:
African:
i. Adeoti Gbemisola: 'Naked Soles'
ii. D. Rubadiri: ' An African Thunderstorm'
iii. Kobena Eyi Acquah: 'in the novel of the Soul'
iv. Mazisi Kunene: 'Heritage of Liberation'
v. Okinba Launko: 'End of the war'
vi. Traditional: 'Give me the Minstrel's Seat.

Non-African:
i. Andrew Mabel: 'To His Coy Mistress'
ii. D. H. Lawrence: 'Bat'
iii. T.S. Elliot: 'The Journey of the Magi'
iv. Wendy Cope: 'Sonnet'

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Theatre In Nigeria| Some Notable Nigerian Performing Artists

Theatre In Nigeria| Some Notable Nigerian Performing Artists

There are many Nigerians who have been trying to communicate certain messages to their audiences through the use of parts of their bodies. Some of them perform in theatre houses, cultural centers and other available public places, while others use the television as a medium for spreading their messages.

Among the many Nigerians are

* Sonny Okosun
* Sonny Ade
* Christy Essien-Igbokwe,
* Hubert Ogunde
* Samanja
* Dejumo Lwe is of the popular tv opera "the new village Headmaster
* Chief Zebrudaya Okoroigwe Nwogbo of the New Masqerade
* Onyeka Onwenu
* Madam the Madam of Basi and Company
* Maraya and Bala Miller.
* John Okafor-Mr. Ibu
* Nkem Owoh-Osuofia and other Nollywood acts

Of all these, Sonny Okosun, Sonny Oti, Sonny Ade, Christy Essien Igbokwe, Bala Miller and Onyeka Onwenu use their voices mainly to sing and share the meanings of their songs with the millions of Nigerians who watch them on television, theatre houses and other public places.

Chief Hubert Ogunde, Chief Zebrudaya, Usman Baba Pategi of Samanja, kabiyesi of Village Headmaster and others all use their whole bodies as actors and actresses to communicate their messages to the public.

Professor Sammy Akpabot, Laz Ekwueme, Sam Ojukwu and Dan Maraya are some of the Nigerian peforming artists who use their fingers and various musical instruments to entertain Nigeria audiences.

In respect of their backgrounds, their mode of entertainment or presentation and the peculiarities of their specific and individual art, they are all performing artists anxious to share the content of their messages with members of the Nigerian public

What Is A University Supplementary Form

No doubt many of you have wondered what this form is all about, if you had been  told to buy and fill then submit your supplementary form even after you have written PUME and JAMB.

What Is A University Supplementary Form


And many who has done that, did it without knowing the meaning of supplementary forms, going to make this short and straight to the point.

University supplementary forms are those forms which  are usually given or sold to students who applied for admission in that school but didn't get admitted because of one reason or another, because of that a student is expected to buy his or her chosen Universities supplementary form,in order to have another chance to get admitted either for part time or any available or less competitive academic sphere.

Is like this if you didn't make it in your chosen course, the university will give you a course which you qualified for.

Notable Nigerians who are cultists

Cult or secret society as the case may be is now the common thing now in Nigerian universities, and college of Education. Pyrate Confraternity, sea Dogs, Buccaneers e.t.c are some of the names of cults. But do you know that their are some notable Nigerians that are cultist? In fact some of them are the founders. Lets first look at the brief, history of some cult.

Notable Nigerians who are cultists!
Soyinka Naija poster cultist


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The Pyrate Confraternity, Sea Dogs, started out in 1952 at the University College, Ibadan now University of Ibadan, the group of seven, lead by Wole Soyinka, peceived themselves as cultural nationalists. In the first two decades, the Sea Dogs maintained a very selective, restricted membership which insisted upon good academic record as a prerequisite.

This perhaps explains the array of achievers who are Pyrates: This are the full list of Notable Nigerians that belongs or are still cultist

1. Wole Soyinka, Nobel Laureate in Literature
2. Olumuyiwa Are, Professor of Physics
3. Ralph Opara, Media Executive
4. D. Aig Imokhuede, Artist
5. Tunji Tubia, Medical Practitioner
6. Olu Agunloye, former Head, Federal Road Safety Corps.

And some others. This article is part of the series of posts on cults in Nigerian University system
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