African Richest Man Aliko Dangote To Disown Nigeria Over Boko Haram And Biafra

African Richest Man Aliko Dangote To Disown Nigeria Over Boko Haram And Biafra
Nigerian billionaire-Aliko Dangote who just topped 2015’s Forbes richest Africans list with a whooping $16.6 billion is about to become the owner and president of a country—his own country which he will buy and move his friends and family.

Considering the fact that Kolawole Banwo, a senior programme officer at Nigeria’s Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre recently told the BBC that as “at 2014, Nigeria could have been losing 300,000 barrels a day; about $12bn (£8bn) annually” in corrupt oil deals—Aliko Dangote may be tired of the increasing corruption and therefore he is looking for a safe haven for his riches and relatives.

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 It’s not just corruption which we has learnt is pushing the Nigerian billionaire to buy his own country—he is also 
tired of the fact the fight against Boko Haram has seemingly become a joke. 
Our close informant have it that Boko haram troubles in the North, Biafran agitation in East and South South are really giving Dangote sleepless night, that is where it his trouble ends he is not buying any country nor disowning Nigeria, he only joked about it no thing more.

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23 Popular Short Women Celebrities

Tall people make more money? Well this women are proving this age long statement false.

Here are the 20 shortest women celebrities that are popular and very rich. Popular singer Kim leads the lots although she is not the shortest celebs, here but she is populer nonetheless.

Kim Kardashian- 5’2 1/2″
Kourtney Kardashian 5’0″
Hayden Panetierre 5’2″
Ariana Grande 5’1″
Reese Witherspoon 5′ 1 1/2″
Jada Pinkett Smith 5’0″
Kristen Bell- 5’1″
Lil Kim 4’11”
Hilary Duff 5’2″
Shakira 5’2″
Selena 5’5″
Marilyn Monroe 5’5″
Christina Aguilera 5’2″
Jennifer Lopez 5’5″
Megan Fox 5’4″
Jennifer Aniston 5’4 1/2″
Amanda Seyfried 5’3″
Mila Kunis 5’4″
Salma Hayek 5’2″
Scarlette Johansson 5’3″
Carrie Underwood 5’3″
Natalie Wood 5’0″

All heights are in Feet and inches.

How to Avoid Hurtful Speech in Marriage

Each time a confilict arises, you and your marriage mate unleash a torrent of criticism at each other. Hurtful speech has become so common in some people’s marriage that it is now their ”normal” stlye of communication. If this is happening in your marriage, you can stop the pattern. First, though, you need to consider the causes and why it is in your best interests to make changes. WHY HURTFUL SPEECHES HAPPEN 1. Family background. Many husbands and wives were raised in homes where hurtful speech was common. One or both spouses may be repeating the type of language thex heard from their parents. 2. Influence of entertainment. Film and television comedies turn rude speech into a laughing matter, leaving the viewer with the impression that it is harmless or even funny. 3. Culture. Some societies teach that real men are domineering or that women need to be fiercely aggressive so as not to appear weak. During a conflict, marriage mates with such attitudes may view each other as adversaries rather than allies and use words that hurt rather than heal. Regardless of the cause, hurtful speech can be a predictor of divorce as well as a number of health problems. Some even say that words can hit harder than fists. For example, one wife who was both verbally and physically battered by her husband says: ” I found the insults harder to bear than violence. I would have preferred that he hit me rather than say such hurtful things.” What can marriage mates do if they have let hurtful speech erode their relationship? WHAT MARRIAGE MATES CAN DO 1. Show empathy. Put yourself in your spouse’s position, and try to understand how your words make him or her feel. If possible, think of a specific circumstance in which your mate felt that your speech was hurtful. Do no be sidetracked by what you really said; the issue is how your mate feels about what you said. Can you think of ways that the hurtful speech could have been replaced with kind expressions? One great book the Bible says: “An answer, when mild, turns away rage, but a word causing pain makes anger to come up. 2. Observe respectful couples. If negative role models have influenced your manner of communicating, look for good examples. Listen to married couples whose pattern of spe ech is worthy of imitation. 3. Revive the feelings you once shared. Hurtful speech is more often a problem of the heart than of the mouth. So strive to nurture positive thoughts and feelings about your spouse. Reminisce about activities you once enjoyed together. Look at old photographs. What made you laugh? What qualities drew you to each other? 4. Use ”I” statements. Rather than verbally attack your marriage mate, express your concerns from the standpoint of how you are affected. For example, ” I feel sad when you make plans without consulting me first” i7 much more likely to elicit a postive response than” That is just like you always making plans without consulting me! 5. Know when to stop. If tempers are beginning to flare and speech is getting out of hand, it might be best to postpone the discussion. Usually, there is nothing wrong with walking away from a heated argument until the discussion can be handled more calmly. Helpful? Please feel free share. For enquires about our services email us via email or follow the writer on twitter @chimatim add at 2go Timothy751 add by no. +234785472309 for more info see Services above

JAMB Syllabus for Use of English for candidates

The aim of the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME)

Syllabus in Use of English is to prepare the candidates for the

Board's examination. It is designed to test their achievement of the

course objectives, which are to:

1. Communicate effectively in both written and spoken English;

2. Have a sound linguistic basis for learning at the tertiary level.

The syllabus consists of two sections

SECTION A: Comprehension/ Summary

SECTION B: Lexis, Structure and Oral Forms.

1. Comprehension/Summary

Jamb Candidates should be able to:

i. Identify main points in passages,

ii. Determine implied meaning,

iii. Identify the grammatical functions of words, phrases and clauses

and figurative/ idiomatic expression,

iv. Deduce or infer the writer's opinion, mood, attitude to the subject matter.

In comprehension each of the four passages to be set should reflect

various disciplines and be about 400 words long. Questions on the

passages will test the following:

The Potter's Wheel by Chukwuemeka Ike and The Successors by Jerry

Agada will test the following:

a. Comprehension of the whole or part of each passages.

b. Comprehension of words, phrases, clauses, sentences, figures of

speech and idioms as used in the passages.

C. Coherence and logical reasoning( deductions, inferences, etc.

D. Synthesis of ideas from the passages.

2. Lexis, Structural and Oral Forms

Jamb candidates should be able to:

i. Use words and expressions in their ordinary, figurative and

idiomatic contexts;

ii. Determine similar and opposite meanings:

iii. Differentiate between correct and incorrect punctuation and spelling;

iv. Identify various grammatical pattern in use;

v. Interpret information conveyed in sentences.

2.2 Oral forms

Jamb candidates should be able to

i. Distinguish correct from incorrect vowels,

ii. Differentiate correct from incorrect consonats,

iii. Identify silent letters, vowel length, consonant clusters, etc.

Iv. Determine appropriate uses of stress in words (monosyllabic,

disyllable and polysyllable) and in sentences(emphatic/contrastive)

v. Detect partial and complete rhymes.

NOTE: Sentence stress should not be mistaken for emphatic or

contrastive stress. It involves the placement of normal stress on

content words (nouns, main verbs, adjectives and adverbs) in an

utterance. Here no emphasis or contrast is intended. For example, the

words 'see' and 'soon' would normally be stressed in the sentence,

I'II see you soon'.

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Conflict Resolution the key

You know guys, what we cannot give is a natural manifestation that

characterize human interactions. We hope to have others obey us in our

deepest moments of departure from the normal. It rarely occurs to us

that others deserve what we demand from them, when we fail to

recognise that, conflict will set in, and in other to overcome it we

need to know the key, so that when confict arise it can be resolved

amicably, i.e Resolution.

Key.1. Accept that you can hurt others:

The first key in conflict resolution is acceptance, when you accept

to have friends, co-students and co-workers, there is also the

acceptance of chances of hurting and being hurt by others. Alienation

is aberration. Pleasing everybody is impossible take it or leave it.

Being pleased by everybody is also impossible. Thus in every social

circle, there are conflicts known or unkown, apparent or real,

destructive or creative, and under control or those that have gone out

of control.

Key 2. Know what unresolved conflict can cause:

Try and Visit war torn countries e.g Mali, Sudan, Syria, Somalia,(

whats this about S,?) or you can even visit the one near you e.g

Hospitals they are full of those butchered with machets, shot at with

guns, bathed with acid or stoned with various objects, not by animals

or ghosts or gods but by their fellow human beings. Even in the family

as a result of unresolved conflict some couples are now in cold in

their loveless marriage, waiting for divorce process. The lawyers and

marriage counselors become beneficiary of what could have been used by

the family alone.

Key 3. Community of inquiry:

This is a time tested tool and patternof life that can be used to

avoid certain harmful effects of conflict.

Next time you want to fight pause and ask '' what really will come out

of this?good or bad?

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For those interested in taking vacations you guys might try Indonesia.

Indonesia is a country made up of some 17,000 islands. Its people are

known for being exceptionally friendly, patient, polite, and

hospitable. Meals in this great country normally inludes rice along

with other dishes most times spiced up. In some areas, families eat

sitting on a woven mat, using their fingers to dip food into the rice.

When asked y? They claim that food eaten this way tastes better.

Notice too that Indonesians love art, dance, and music.

Until the 15th century C.E, Indonesia was largely Hinduism and then

Buddhism, but by the end of the 16th century, Islam gained firm

ground in Indonesia before Christanity.

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Checking the Globe- United States

During the week of October 29, 2012, New York City experienced a

dramatic decline in murders, felony assaults, and robberies compared

with the same five day period in 2011. Reason? Hurricane Sandy, a

fierce storm that ravaged the East Coast of the United States, causing

massive power outages. '' After a natural disaster or large-scale

catastrophe like the terrorist attack that occurred on September 11,

2001, we see conventional crime come down,'' said New York Police

Department spokesman Paul Browne. There was, however, an increase in

burglaries because of looting, which did not surprise Browne. He

concludes '' there are a lot of unlit areas.''read globe round up your country might just follow globe round up

Suggested text for Mathematics JAMB.

In order to pass your Jamb and gain admission, You need to study this
texts books am going to list because that is where JAMB will set there
questions from, the books are fashioned out to meet the demands of
candidates preparing for U.M.E, P.C.E and S.S.C.E. They are

1. Distinction in Mathematics: Comprehensive Revision by Adelodun A.A
2. Basic Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools and Remedial
students in Higher Institutions, by Anyebe, J.A.B
3. New General Mathematics for West Africa SSS 1 to 3. By Channon, J.B
Smith, A.m
4. New School Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools by David Osuagwu, M
5. Further Mathematics, by Egbe E.
6. Algebra and Calculus for Schools and Colleges, by Ibude, S.O.
7. Further Mathematics Project 1 to Tuttuh Adegun.
For candidates who who wants a book that contains all things maths,
is easy to understand not too big like other Maths books, pricise
questioning and answering, try Integrated Mathematics for Senior
Secondary Schools and JAMB Examination. Ay Afolabi J.r
Note: Recommended by me because JAMB wont do that, they prefer you buy
them all. The disadvantage is You could get so confused, that you
could get a brain lock, as a result of studying too many big books.

Jamb syllabus for mathematics, to help Candidates

The syllabus is divided into five sections there are:
1. Number and Numeration.
2. Algebra
3. Geometry/ Trigonometry.
4. Calculus
5. Statistics.
A. Students should be to:
operate with different number bases from 2 to 10, and convert from one
base to another including fractional parts.
B. Make use of fractions and decimal, changing to to significant
figures, decimal places, percentage errors, Simple interest, Profit
and loss per cent, ratio, proportion and rate.
C. Indices, Logarithms and Surds:
Candidates should be a ble to apply the laws of indices in
calculation, establish the relationship between indices and logarithms
in solving problems, solve problems in different bases in logarithems
simplify and rationalize surds.
D. Sets
Candidates should be able to indentify types of sets, eg empty,
subsets e.t.c, solve set problems. Use Venn diagrams.
A. Polynomials
Candidates should be able to find the subject of the formula of a
given equation, apply factor and remainder theorem to factorize a
given expression, multiply and divide polynomials, factorze, use
graphs in solving.
B. Variation
Candidates should be able to solve problems as regards to variation
C. Inequalities
Candidates should be able to solve inequalities questions.
D. Progression
Candidates should be able to solve all questions in progression.
E. Binary operations
solve problems involving commutativity associativity e.t.c.
F. Matrices and Determination
Again candidates should be abe to perform basic operations e.g plus,
minus on matrices, calculate determinats, compute inverses of 2
A. Eulidean Geometry:
Candidates should be able to indentify various types of lines and
angles, solve polygones problem, calculate angles using circle
theorems, indentify construction procedures of special angles e.g 30
degree, 45 degree e.t.c.
B. Mensuration:
Candidates for Jamb should be able to calculate the perimeters and
areas of triangles, quadrilaterals, circles and composite figures, be
able to find the length of an arc, a chord and areas of sectors and
segments circle, surface areas, and volumes.
C. Loci:
Candidates should be able identify and interpret loci relating to
parallel lines, perpendicular bisectors angle bisectors and circles.
D. Coordinate Geometry:
Jamb candidates should be able to determine the midpoint and gradient
of line segment, find distance between two points, identify conditions
for parallelism and perpendicularity, find equation of line in the two
point form e.t.c.
E. Trigonometry
Jamb candidates should be able to do all maths work in trigonometry
such as ratios, angles of elevation and depression and bearing, graph
work, and sine and cosine formulae.
A. Differentiation:
Jamb candidates should be to find the limit of a function,
differentiate explicit algebraic and trigonometric functions, sine,
cosine and tangent.
B. Application of differentiation:
Jamb candidates should be able to perform all maths work invoiving
application of rate of change, maxima and minima.
C. Integration:
Jamb candidates should be able to solve problems of integration
involving algebraic and simple trigonometric functions, calculate area
under the curve.
A. Represention of data:
Jamb candidates should be able to identify and interpret frequency
distribution tables, histogram, bar chat and pie chat.
B. Measures of Location:
Calculate the mean, mode and median of ungrouped and groupe d data.
C. Measures o dispersion:
Jamb candidates should be able to calculate the range, mean
deviation, varience and standard deviation of grouped and ungrouped
D. Permutation and Combination:
Solve simple problems involving permutation and combination.
E. Probability:
candidates should be able to solve simple problems in probability
including addition and multiplication.

Note: Jamb students if you actually study all this areas you will
smash your mathematics at once.

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