Category Archives: Inspiration

Meet 22year old Oyindamola Omotuyi, Best Graduating Student 2015/2016 set 

Meet 22year old Oyindamola Omotuyi who is set to convocate on the 24th of january as the Best graduating student for the 2015/2016 session from the department of Systems Engineering with a perfect cgpa of 5.0 

Here’s our short interview with her.

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10 Things That Must Be Fulfilled Before Going Into Blogging In Nigeria.

 

  1. Have a note book

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As surprising as that may sound, you kuku heard me right. Joking apart, you need to have a special note book where records of all important information will be safely kept. Foremost among which will be for keeping your usernames and passwords. Continue reading 10 Things That Must Be Fulfilled Before Going Into Blogging In Nigeria.

OVERCOME FEAR & ANXIETY- By Aguaze Joshua Idahosa (Now AJIMIC).


It is the last day of the first week in November 2016, and before we move in to the 2nd week of November, it is expidient for me to write on “Overcoming Fear & Anxiety”, because majority have found themselves encapsulated in this 4 letter word called fear which eventually leads into anxiety.  Continue reading OVERCOME FEAR & ANXIETY- By Aguaze Joshua Idahosa (Now AJIMIC).

PASSIONATE NIGERIAN BLOGGER TAKES UP THE FISTULA CAUSE

With the annual International Society of Obstetric Fistula Surgeons (ISOFS) Conference starting next week in Abuja many Nigerians are getting involved in spreading the word about this dreadful tragedy.

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NIGERIA AT 56, HOW DID WE GET HERE? By KOSOKO OYEYEMI [@_olayemi_] 

PRELUDE;

Here’s a piece of heresy, different from the one you’re accustomed to, Britain didn’t travel to Africa sic Nigeria just to civilize and preach Christianity to us, thus at the first instance the creation of Nigeria by Lord Lugard was purely based on business and developing Britain’s economy, in other to take over the colony that would later be known as Nigeria, The British government paid the royal Niger company a whopping sum of 865,000 pounds which was a huge amount of money(Even Mr Darosha would not travel that far and wide just to preach democracy and Christianity after spending that amount of money ), so let’s establish a fact, while most developed countries were born out of shared identities , ideals , characteristics and goals we were born just to fulfil a business purpose and that purpose we fulfilled till October 1 , 1960
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Personal Growth!! By: Aguaze Joshua Idahosa. Popularly known as (AJI)

imagesAbraham Maslow once said:
“You will either step forward into growth or step backward into safety.

Personal growth means reaching out toward a valued higher destination, overcoming obstacles on the way, and learning in the process. Learning is like rowing upstream and if you stop, you go backwards, because the flow of life never stops offering new challenges, new opportunities. Continue reading Personal Growth!! By: Aguaze Joshua Idahosa. Popularly known as (AJI)

Universities for Humanity Pic-Fic Series: Some Superheroes Don’t Need to Wear a Cape By Nanya Kooper

She wakes up at 5am again. There’s no use for the alarm, which she can’t afford. It’s already a part of her, a constant reminder of the day ahead. Continue reading Universities for Humanity Pic-Fic Series: Some Superheroes Don’t Need to Wear a Cape By Nanya Kooper

5 REASONS WHY WE SHOULD NOT DISCRIMINATE 3RD CLASS GRADUATES

1. MOST OF THEM ARE ACTUALLY SMART. 

To be candid, most 3rd class graduates are actually smarter than some second class upper or first class graduates. Other circumstances and constraints of life like sickness, victimization, disillusion, influence of bad friends, playfulness and related issues might have affected their academic outcomes which invariably led to a somewhat questionable final grade after graduation. Continue reading 5 REASONS WHY WE SHOULD NOT DISCRIMINATE 3RD CLASS GRADUATES