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Sunday, March 29, 2015

FUT Minna To Establish 3 New Engineering Departments

Sunday, March 29, 2015 - by Solomon Okechukwu · - 0 Comments

The Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUTMINNA), Prof. Musbau Akanji, has announced that the university will establish three new departments in the School of Engineering from the 2015/2016 academic session. Prof. Akanji said the proposed departments are Oil and Gas, Welding and Material and Metrological Engineering. He explained that the decision to establish the new departments was informed by the Federal Government’s desire to domesticate the activities in the country’s Oil and Gas and other industries. Akanji noted that the university observed the growing demands of these areas in the country quest for achieving vision 20: 2020. He added that two of the departments had already been approved by the Senate of the university.

How To Check ABU Zaria Postgraduate Admission List 2014/2015

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The Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria has published the list of candidates offered provisional admission into the various postgraduate (part-time & full-time) programmes for the 2014/2015 academic session. The admission status can now be accessed online on the ABU Zaria postgraduate portal. How to Check 2014/15 ABU Postgraduate Admission list: Follow the steps below to check postgraduate admission status on Abu portal; 1) Visit the ABU Zaria postgradute portal via the link below; /pgadmission/ 2) Write your Application Number in the space provided. Use only the last digits of your application number to search 3) Click Search button to access your admission status. Please Note that the 2014/2015 registration exercise for new students commences as from Monday 6th April to 27th April, 2015 Students are advised to collect their admission letters form the School of Postgraduate Studies Auditorium from Monday 6th April, 2015. Thereafter proceeds to their faculties for screening and registration. Candidates are however requested to come along with all their original credentials

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

GOOD NEWS-JAMB Releases Result for Candidates With “No Result Yet” Issues

Tuesday, March 24, 2015 - by Solomon Okechukwu · - 0 Comments

JAMB candidates with “no result yet” can now check their result without any further issue. This is exactly what I told most of this blogreaders who wrote JAMB CBT this year, I told them after the completion of the exam that the issue of no result yet will be addressed accordingly. It is no longer news that the Joint Admission And Matriculation Board (JAMB) has Released the 2015 JAMB UTME Results, but some candidates were unable to check their results due to certain issues. eg “NO RESULT YET” etc. We have received a bucket loads of complain from candidates, all reporting that they are yet to received their result. stating that when they visit JAMB result checking portal, that the notification they-usually-have is “NO RESULT YET” and other inform all affected candidates that the results of the candidates with this issues in the just concluded JAMB 2015 UTME examination have been released. All concerned candidates can now check their results on JAMB Result Checking portal by following the step below; HOW TO CHECK THE JAMB 2015 UTME RESULTS Candidates can check their result by following the apparatus as enumerated below; To check your result simply click On the landing page, Click on “Check your Results” at the right side of the page Type in your Reg Number Then click on the title “check result”

Friday, March 20, 2015

Friday, March 20, 2015 - by Solomon Okechukwu · - 0 Comments

Nov/Dec 2014 Result has been released!!!
You can now check all your results online with the NECO Result Card
Cards are available at all NECO state offices to check your result,
click the link below

Senior School Certificate Examination (Internal) SSCE June/July 2015 Registration

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This is the examination taken by candidates in their last stage of
Secondary School Education. The SSCE is in two categories. One is for
candidates in the third and final year of their senior secondary
education and it is called SSCE Internal while the Second is SSCE
External and is for candidates not in the School system, i.e. Private
The SSCE internal has seventy-six subjects which are grouped into the
following six categories.
1. Compulsory Cross-Cutting Subjects
2. Science and Mathematics
3. Technology
4. Humanities
5. Business Studies and
6. Trade/Entrepreneurship.
The minimum number of subjects a candidate can sit for is eight while
the maximum is nine. All Senior Secondary schools in the Federation
present Candidates for the SSCE Internal.
For further enquiries, please contact NECO State Offices

Unity Colleges: NECO Postpones 2015 NCEE Date, Extends Registration Deadline

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The National Examinations Council (NECO)has postponed the 2015
National Common Entrance Examination (NCEE) into unity secondary
schools earlier scheduled for March 21st till Saturday, April 25th.
Mr Abdul Mustapha, the Abuja Liaison Officer of NECO who made this
disclosure, said that the postponement was necessitated by the
anxieties of parents ahead of the general elections rescheduled to
hold on March 28 and April 11.
He said it would be better to write the exam in a relaxed atmosphere
after the elections.
The NECO official added that registration for the examination will
continue until Saturday, April 18th, 2015.
Interested candidates are to visit ( to
apply with application scratch cards purchased from banks or NECO
offices nationwide.

2014/15 FUGashua IJMB Admission List is Out

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The Federal University Gashua (FUGASHUA), Yobe State has released the
list of applicants offered provisional admission into the IJMB
2014/2015 academic programme of the School of Preliminary Studies.
The list can be viewed from the document below;
Download (PDF, 137KB)
Note: The document can best be viewed with a computer or a pdf enabled device.

Important Notice to UNILAG Students on CGPA 1.50 and Below

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The authorities of University of Lagos (UNILAG)wishes to use this
medium to inform students on Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of
1.50 and below to urgently see the University Counsellor for an
important message from the Vice Chancellor.
The Counsellor is available at the Counselling Unit, 1st Floor,
Bookshop Building, UNILAG, Akoka.
Please pass this information along.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

2015 Most Preferred Nigerian Universities In JAMB by Candidates

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 - by Solomon Okechukwu · - 0 Comments

Previously we had made a list regarding the most sought after
Universities by the 2015 Joint admission and Matriculation Board
(JAMB) candidates. Candidates had been seen to flock around
the"UNILAG" and"UNIBEN" axis prior to previous list, but as per the
18th of March, 2015, there has been a slight change in the story as
UNILORIN top the list.
Below is a recently released list By the JAMB:
University of Ilorin, Ilorin - 107,488
University of Benin, Benin - 71,496
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka - 70,609
University of Nigeria, Nsukka - 66,788
University of Lagos, Lagos - 62,472
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria- 60,237
University of Ibadan, Ibadan - 47,497
Bayero University, Kano - 46,801
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife - 43,965
University of Jos, Jos- 41,286
University of Uyo - 41,645

Monday, March 16, 2015

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Apply for ATBU Postgraduate Admission Form 2015/2016

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The Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi invites applications suitably qualified candidates for admission into full-time and part-time Postgraduate Diploma (PGD), Masters and PhD degree programmes for the 2015/2016 academic session.
The postgraduate programmes are available at Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Master of Science (M. Sc), Master of Tech. Education (M. Tech. Ed), Master of Engineering (M. Eng.), Master of Technology (M. Tech.), Master of Business Administration (MBA,) Master Banking and Finance (MBF), Master of Entrepreneurship and Business Development (MEBD) and Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) levels, as outlined hereunder:
The following may qualify for admission into the specified Postgraduate programmes:
A. Postgraduate Diploma (PGD)
i) Graduates of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University or other recognized universities with at least Second class honours degree.
ii) Holders of any other qualifications together with relevant field experience as deemed acceptable to the University.
iii) Holders of HND with at least a Credit Pass.
B. Master Degree
i) Graduates of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University who have obtained the approved first degree with at least second class honours (with CGPA of 3.00) or its equivalent; or candidates with University honours degree and appropriate postgraduate diplomas of the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University or other recognized universities with at least a Credit Pass.
ii) Candidates whose degrees are classified as an average of C or Above
iii) Candidates who possess Higher National Diploma with at least a credit pass from recognized institutions and at least a credit pass of postgraduate diploma of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University in the relevant areas at upper credit level.
iv) Candidates may be required to sit for a qualifying examination either before approval of registration.
C. Master of Philosophy (M. Phil) and Masters by Research Degrees
i) Graduates of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University or other recognized institutions who have obtained the approved first degree with at least second class honours (upper division).
ii) A good second class honours degree plus a considerable relevant industrial experience.
D. Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree
i) Graduates of Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University who hold Masters Degree appropriate for the proposed areas of study.
ii) Graduates of other recognized universities who hold higher degrees considered by the university to be an equivalent.
iii) Candidates for the PhD programmes may be required to pass a qualifying examination and/or undergo a probationary period not exceeding 12 calendar months.
A. Postgraduate Diploma Programmes (course work and project report)
i) Full-time
Minimum – 12 calendar months
Maximum – 24 calendar months
Masters Programmes
i) Full-time
Minimum – 18 calendar months
Maximum – 36 calendar months
ii) Part-time Programmes
Minimum – 24 calendar months
Maximum – 60 calendar months
Masters of Philosophy (M. Phil)
i) Full-time Programmes
Minimum – 24 calendar months
Maximum – 48 calendar months
ii) Part-time Programmes
Minimum – 36 calendar months
Maximum – 60 calendar months
PhD Programmes
i) Full-time
Minimum – 36 calendar months
Maximum – 60 calendar months
ii) Part-time Programmes
Minimum – 48 calendar months
Maximum – 84 calendar month
Interested applicants can obtain the application forms on-line by taking the following steps:
Visit to download a payment invoice.
Use the downloaded payment invoice to make payment of a non-refundable fee of (₦5,000.00) only payable to “A.T.B.U., Bauchi” through any of the designated banks.
Return back to to gain access to the online application forms.
ATTENTION: To have access to the online forms, you should use the downloaded payment invoice to make the payment at any of the designated banks.
It is mandatory for an applicant to make arrangement with their previous institutions to forward a copy of his/her transcript to the Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, P.M. B. 0248, Bauchi, Bauchi State , Nigeria.
All completed applications and a copy of the receipt for the purchase of the form should be returned to the Secretary, School of Postgraduate Studies, on or before 31st, July 2015


Official: OAU Provisional Admission List 2014/15 Out on School Website

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This it inform the general public that The Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile Ife has published the admission list of candidates admitted into various undergraduate programmes for the 2014/2015 academic session.
How to Check OAU Admission List 2014/15 online:
1. Prospective students are to visit the oau admission status checking portal via the link below;

2. Enter your admission Year and Jamb Registration Number in the spaces provided,
3. Click on the submit button to check your provisional admission status.


Sunday, March 15, 2015

Exam Success Tips For JAMB 2015 UTME Candidates

Sunday, March 15, 2015 - by Solomon Okechukwu · - 0 Comments

Do you tend to score high? Here are some tips which i think are useful; 1 Start studying early. 2 You must be prepared, relax, and confidence. 3 Don’t be to anxious about your time. 4 focus on your work 5 Ask questions (to the invigilators) if the need rise 6 Keep cool and calculated 7 Use strategies like deep breathing to overcome panic 8 Visualise yourself in positive and relaxing situations 9 The night before the exam have a good sleep 10 Have a good meal before the exam. 11 Prepare everything the night before. Wear comfortable clothing. Gentle exercise might relax you. Arrive in good time 12 If anything happens when you are still writing, like the computer switching off before the time, call the attention of the invigilator 13 Do not panic. During the exam: 14 Relax 15 Read the questions carefully. It is quite common for questions to make no sense the first time a panicky student reads them. Relax. Read them carefully again on the assumption that the ones you prepared for are there, but worded differently. 16 Identify the questions you think you will answer 17 Use the time given sensibly. 18 Read each question carefully and remain focused on it throughout your answer.Ways To Make Money While Still In School

Check UMYU Change of Course Admission List 2014-2015 (UTME & DE)

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The Umaru Musa Yar'adua University (UMYU), Katsina has published the
first list of candidates (UTME and DE) approved for change of course
for the 2014/2015 academic session.
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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Jamb 2015: "No Result Yet" Candidates - Check 2015 JAMB Result Online Free

Saturday, March 14, 2015 - by Solomon Okechukwu · - 2 Comments

Candidates who sat for the 2015 UTMEand have waited for at least 24
hours after the examination, the results has been released online.
According to Jamb, candidates do not required any scratch cards to
check their results. It is FREE.
How to Check your JAMB CBT Result for 2015 FREE.
1. Go to Jamb website:
2. When the page opens up, click on "Check your Results" at the right
side of the page
3.Enter your Reg. Number in the box provided.
4. Now click on the "check result" to access your results.
Your Jamb 2015 CBT resultshould be made available to you almost immediately.
However, you should take note that the JAMB database is continually
being updated, so even if you have taken your exam for over 24hrs and
it still says "No Result Yet", we advice that you wait for another 24
hours before checking. After all, it is FREE for now.
Jamb Original Exam Slip.
This is your result notification ONLY and all candidates will be
required to get their Original JAMB Result Slip to take for Post-UTME
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UI Academic Calendar for 2014/2015 Academic Session

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University of Ibadan Academic Calendar - 1st Semester
i) Students Arrive - Saturday 21/03/15 to Sunday 22/03/2015
ii) 1 week for Orientation/ Registration starts - Monday 23/03/15 to
Friday 27/03/2015
iii) 13 weeks for Teaching/ Revision - Monday 30/03/15 to Friday 26/06/2015
iv) GES Examinations - Monday 22/06/15 to Friday 26/06/2015
v) 1 week for Examinations in Faculty of Education - Monday 29/06/15
to Friday 03/07/2015
vi) 2 weeks for Examinations in all Faculties - Monday 06/07/15 to
Friday 17/07/2015
vii) 2 weeks of Processing Exam Results - Monday 20/07/15 to Friday 31/07/2015
viii) 1 week for meetings of Faculty Boards of Examiners to consider
First Semester Non- Final Year Results - Monday 03/08/15 to Friday
ix) Senate Meeting for Consideration of First Semester Non-Final Year
Results - Monday 17/08/2015
x) Mid-Session Break for Students (3 weeks) - Monday 17/07/15 to
Friday 07/08/15 Registration - Monday, 23 March - 30 April, 2015
UI Academic Calendar - 2nd Semester
i) 13 weeks for Teaching/Revision - Monday 10/08/2015 to Friday 06/11/2015
ii) GES Examinations - Monday 02/11/15 to Friday 06/11/2015
iii) 1 week for Examinations in Faculty of Education - Monday
09/11/2015 to Friday 13/11/2015
iii) 1 week Examination in Departments - Monday 09/11/2015
iv) 2 weeks for Examination in all Faculties - Monday 16/11/15 to
Friday 27/11/2015
v) 2 weeks for Processing Exam Results - Monday 30/11/15 to Friday 11/12/2015
vi) 1 week for meetings of Faculty Boards of Examiners (Final Year
Results) - Monday 14/12/2015 to Friday 18/12/2015
vii) Senate Meeting for Consideration of Final Year Results - Monday 28/12/2015
viii) 1 week for Meeting of Faculty Board of Examiners (Non-Final Year
Results) - Monday 04/01/16 to Friday 08/01/2016
ix) Senate Meeting for Consideration of Non-Final Year Results/ End of
Session - Monday 18/01/2016
x) 2 weeks for End-of-Session Break - Monday 18/01/2016 to Friday
29/01/2016 Students Arrive for Commencement of the 2015/2016 Session -
Saturday 30/01/2016

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

WAEC time table 2015

Tuesday, March 10, 2015 - by Solomon Okechukwu · - 0 Comments

WAEC 2015 time table has finally being released.If your among those that have being asking us to when is waec 2015 time table going to be released or for an update on WAEC time table 2015, this info is for you... the full list of the WAEC time table 2015 is as follows;
                                                                   Thursday, 12th March, 2015:
Food &amp; Nutrition 3(Practical)
Planning session —- 8.30am-9.30am

Home Management 3(Practical) Planning session —- 8.30am-9.30am
Monday, 23rd March to 14th April, 2015:
Food and Nutrition(Practical) —- Date and Time will be fixed Home
Management(Practical) —- Date and Time will be fixed
Friday, 27th March, 2015:
Health Science 3(Alt to Practical) —- 2.00pm – 3.45pm
Health Education 3(Alt to Practical) —- 2.00pm – 3.45pm
Monday, 30th March, 2015:
Home Management 2 (Essay) —————- 8.30am -9.30am
Home Management 1 (Obj) —————— 9.30am -10.30am
Tuesday, 31st March, 2015:
History 2(Essay) ————– 8.30am – 10.30am
History 1(Obj) ————— 10.30am – 11.30am
Wednesday, 1st April, 2015:
Data Processing 2 (Essay) ———- 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Data Processing 1 (Obj) ———— 3.00pmm – 4.00pm
Tuesday, 7th April, 2015:
Hausa 2 (Essay) ——————— 8.30am -10.30am
Hausa 1 (Obj) ———————– 10.30am -11.30am
Igbo 2 (Essay) ———————- 8.30am -10.30am
Igbo 1 (Obj) ———————— 10.30am -11.30am
Yoruba 2 (Essay) ——————– 8.30am -10.30am
Yoruba 1 (Obj) ——————— 10.30am -11.30am
Edo 2 (Essay) ———————– 8.30am – 10.30am
Edo 1 (Obj) ———————— 10.30am -11.30am
Efik 2 (Essay) ——————— 8.30am – 10.30am
Efik 1 (Obj) ———————– 10.30am – 11.30am
Ibibio 2 (Essay) ——————- 8.30am – 10.30am
Ibibio 1 (Obj) ——————– 10.30am – 11.30am
Tuesday, 7th April, 2015
Civic Education 2 (Essay) —————– 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Civic Education 1 (Obj) ——————- 3.00pm – 4.00pm
Wednesday, 8th April, 2015
Physics 3 (Practical) (Alt A) ——— 8.30am – 11.15am(1st set)
Physics 3 (Practical) (Alt A) ——– 11.40am – 2.25pm(2ndset)
Physical Education 3 (Theory of Practice) —– 2pm – 4pm
Thursday, 9th April, 2015:
English Language 2 (Essay) ———- 8.30am – 10.30am
English Language 1 (Obj) ———— 10.30am – 11.30am
English Language 3 (Oral) ———– 1.00pm – 1.45pm
Friday, 10th April, 2015:
Literature 2(Prose) —————– 8.30am – 9.45am
Literature 1(Obj) ————— 9.45am – 10.45am
Monday, 13th April, 2015:
Geography 2(Essay) —————- 8.30am – 10.30am
Geography 1(Obj) —————— 10.30am -11.30pm
Health Science 2(Essay) ———— 1.00pm – 2.30pm
Health Science 1 (Obj) ———— 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Health Education 2(Essay) ———— 1.00pm – 2.30pm
Health Education 1 (Obj) ———— 2.30pm – 3.30pm
Tuesday, 14th April, 2015:
Physics 2(Essay) ————— 8.30am – 10.00am
Physics 1(Obj) —————– 10.00am – 11.15am
Geography 3(Practical &amp; Physical Geo) ——– 1.00pm –2.50pm
Wednesday, 15th April, 2015:
Chemistry 3(Practical) (Alt A) ————– 8.30am-10.30am(1st Set)
Chemistry 3(Practical) (Alt A) ————– 11.00am-1.00pm(2nd Set)
Thursday, 16th April, 2015:
Government 2 (Essay) —————- 8.30am – 10.30am
Government 1 (Obj) —————— 10.30am – 11.30am
Computer Studies 2 (Essay) ————- 2.00pm – 3.00pm
Computer Studies 1 (Obj) ————— 3.00pm – 4.00pm
Friday, 17th April, 2015:
Foods &amp; Nut 2(Essay) —————- 8.30am – 9.45am
Foods &amp; Nut 1(Obj) —————— 9.45am – 10.45am
Physics 3(Practical) ( Alt. B) ——— 08.30am – 11.15am(1st Set)
Physics 3(Practical) (Alt. B) ———- 11.40am – 2.25pm(2nd Set)
Monday, 20th April, 2015:
Christian Religious Studies 2(Essay) ——– 8.30am -10.30am
Christian Religious Studies 2(Obj) ——— 10.30am -11.30am
Islamic Studies 2(Essay) ———– 8.30am – 10.30am
Islamic Studies 1 (Obj) ———- 10.30am – 11.20am
Chemistry 2(Essay) ———— 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Chemistry 1(Obj) ————– 3.00pm – 4.00pm
Tuesday, 21st April, 2015:
Financial Accounting 2(Essay) ———— 8.30am -11.00am
Financial Accounting 1(Obj) ————– 11.00am – 12.00pm
Biology 2(Essay) ———— 1.00pm – 2.40pm
Biology 1(Obj) ————– 2.40pm. – 3.30pm
Wednesday, 22nd April, 2015
Agric Science 3(Practical) ———– 8.30am – 10.00am(1st Set)
Agric Science 3(Practical) ———— 10.30am – 12.00pm(2nd Set)
Thursday, 23rd April, 2015
Mathematics 2(Essay) ————- 8.30am – 11.00am
Mathematics 1(Obj) ————— 1.00pm – 2.30pm
Friday, 24th April, 2015:
Economics 2 (Essay) —————- 8.30am – 10.30am
Economics 1 (Obj) —————— 10.30pm -11.30pm
Monday, 27th April, 2015:
Bookkeeping 2(Essay) ————- 8.30am – 10.30am
Bookkeeping 1(Obj) ————— 10.30am – 11.20am
Store Keeping2(Essay) ————- 8.30am – 10.30am
Store keeping 1(Obj) ————— 10.30am – 11.20am
Tourism 2(Essay) ————- 8.30am – 10.30am
Tourism 1(Obj) ————— 10.30am – 11.10am
Tuesday, 28th April, 2015:
Chemistry 3(Practical) (Alt. B) ——— 8.30am – 10.30am(1st Set)
Chemistry 3 (Practical) (Alt. B) ——— 11.00am – 1.00pm(2nd Set)
Oce Practice 2(Essay) ——— 1.00pm – 3.10pm
Oce Practice 1 (Obj) ——— 3.10pm – 4.10pm
Wednesday, 29th April, 2015
Computer Studies 3 (Practical) ———– 8.30am – 10.30am(1st Set)
Computer Studies 3 (Practical) ————11.00am – 1.00pm(2nd Set)
Thursday, 30th April, 2015:
Biology 3(Practical) (Alt. A) ———- 8.30am – 10.30am
Biology 3(Practical) (Alt. A) ———- 11.00am -1.00pm
Literature 3(Drama &amp; Poetry) ———- 1.00pm – 3.30pm
Monday, 4th May, 2015:
Further Mathematics 2(Essay) ———- 8.30am –11.00am
Further Mathematics 1(Obj) ———– 2.30pm – 4.00pm
Insurance 2 (Essay) ———- 11.30am – 1.30pm
Insurance 1 (obj) ———- 1.30pm – 2.20pm
Tuesday, 5th May, 2015:
Animal Husbandry 3 (Practical) —— 8.30am – 10.00am (1st set)
Animal Husbandry 3 (Practical) —— 10.30am – 12.00pm (2nd set)
Commerce 2(Essay) ———— 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Commerce 1 (Obj) ————- 3.00pm – 3.50pm
Wednesday, 6th May, 2015
Agric Science 2(Essay) ————- 8.30am – 10.40am
Agric Science 1(Obj) ————— 10.40am – 11.30am
Monday, 11th May, 2015
Marketing 2 (Essay) ———- 8.30am – 10.30am
Marketing 1 (obj) ———- 10.30am – 11.20am
Salesmanship 2 (Essay) ———- 8.30am – 10.30am
Salesmanship 1 (obj) ———- 10.30am – 11.20am
Tuesday, 12th May, 2015:
Physical Education 2 (Essay) ———- 8.30am – 9.50am
Physical Education 1 (obj) ———- 9.50am – 10.40am
Friday, 15th May, 2015:
Technical Drawing 2 (Essay) ———— 8.30am – 10.15am
Technical Drawing 1 (Obj) ————- 10.15am – 11.15am
Animal Husbandry 2 (Essay) —— 1.00pm – 3.00pm
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Uniport extends 2014/2015 registration date

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This is to inform all UNIPORT STUDENTS THAT 2014/2015 registration deadline has been extended to Friday, 13th March 2015.

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2014/2015 screening exercise for newly admitted KUST students.

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WE are using this platform to inform all the newly admitted
students of The Kano University of Science and Technology,
Wudi, KUST for the 2014/2015 academic session that the
school management has announced the central screening and
registration exercise date, and it will commence as follows. KUST 2014/2015 Screening Exercise for Newly Admitted
Students DATE: Monday, 9th – Friday, 13th March, 2015 Screening of candidates in the following courses:
*. B. Agriculture
*. B. Tech. Food Science & Technology
*. B. Sc Biology
*. B. Sc Biochemistry
*. B. Sc Chemistry *. B. Sc Microbiology
*. B. Sc Physics
*. B. Sc Ed. Science Education DATE: Monday,16 – Friday, 20 March, 2015 Screening of Candidates in the following courses: *. B. Sc Computer Science
*. B. Sc Mathematics
*. B. Sc Statistics
*. B. Sc Architecture
*. B. Sc Geography
*. B. Sc Geology *. B. Sc Urban & Regional Planning
*. B. Eng. Civil Engineering
*. B. Eng. Electrical Engineering
*. B. Eng. Mechanical Engineering The newly admitted students are expected to come along with original copies of their credentials; *. 2014 UTME Result Slip/Direct Entry Slip
*. SSCE O’Level Result(s)
*. A Level Qualification (Direct Entry only)
*. Primary School Certificate
*. State Indigene Certificate
*. Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age *. Letter of Reference from Reputable Person in the Society, etc The Screening will commence from
9:00am each day.

2015/2016 JSSCE time table.

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2015/2016 JSSCE time table.
 Junior WAEC Time Table for 2015/2016 DATE.......information available to gistofnigeria indicates that

2015/2016 JSSCE time table has been released.

2015/2016 JSSCE time table. is as shown below

  – CODE PAPER/SUBJECT – DURATION TIME Thursday: 23/4/ 2015
6271Obj: Civic Education I1hr9.00am – 10.00am
6272Obj: Civic Education II1hr10:15am – 11:15am
3121Obj: Home Economics I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
3122Obj: Home Economics II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm Friday: 24/4/2015
6261Obj: Basic Technology I1hr9:00am – 10:00am
6262Obj: Basic Technology II1hr10:15am – 11:15am
6263Essay: Basic Technology III1hr3.00pm – 4.00pm Saturday25/4/2015
5181Obj: Islamic Rel. Knowledge I1hr9:00am – 10:00am
5182Obj: Islamic Rel. Knowledge II1hr10:15am – 11:15am
2061Obj: Arabic I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
2062Obj: Arabic II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm Monday: 27/4/2015
1011Obj: English Studies (Language) I1hr 20mins9.00am – 10.20am
1012Obj: English Studies (Literature) II40mins10.35am – 11.15am
1013Essay: English Studies (Language) III30mins2.30pm – 3.00pm Tuesday: 28/4/2015
7291Obj: Cultural & Creative Arts I1hr9:00am – 10:00am
7292Obj: Cultural & Creative Arts II1hr10:15am – 11:15am
7293Essay: Cultural & Creative Arts III1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm Wednesday: 29/4/2015
6251Obj: Basic Science I1hr9:00am – 10:00am
6252Obj: Basic Science II1hr10:15am – 11:15am
2191Obj: Edo I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
6231Obj: Efik I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
2071Obj; Hausa L1 I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm 6241Obj: Ibibio I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
2081Obj: Igbo L1 I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
2091Obj: Yoruba L1 I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
2192Obj: Edo II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm
6232Obj: Efik II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm
2072Obj: Hausa L1 II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm 6242Obj: Ibibio II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm
2082Obj; Igbo L1 II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm
2092Obj: Yoruba L1 II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm Thursday: 30/4/2015
3131Obj: Agric Science I1hr9.00am – 10.00am
3132Obj: Agric Science II1hr10.15am – 11.15am
5161Obj: CRS I (OT)1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
5162Obj: CRS II (NT)1hr3.45pm – 4.45pm Saturday: 05/02/2015
3113Practical: Bus. Studies III20mins9:00am – 9:20am
(Typewriting) Monday 4/5/2015
7281Obj: Computer Studies I1hr9:00am – 10:00am
7282Obj: Computer Studies II1hr10:15am – 11:15am
3111Obj; Business Studies I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
3112Obj: Business Studies II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm Tuesday: 05/05/2015
1021Obj: Mathematics I1hr 20mins9.00am – 10.20am
1022Obj: Mathematics II1hr 20mins10.35am – 11.55am
1023Essay: Mathematics III40mins2.30pm – 3.10pm Wednesday: 06/05/2015
1041Obj: Social Studies I1hr9.00am – 10.00am
1042Obj: Social Studies II1hr10.15am – 11.15am
2201Obj: Hausa L21hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
2211Obj: Igbo L21hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
2221Obj: Yoruba L21hr2.30pm – 3.30pm Thursday: 07/05/2015
2051Obj: French I1hr2.30pm – 3.30pm
2052Obj: French II1hr3.45pm – 4:45pm Friday: 08/05/2015
7283Essay: Computer Studies III (Practical)1hr9.00am – 10.00am

Monday, March 9, 2015

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Sunday, March 8, 2015


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football and wealth has embrace the newly introduced
SOCCERBETING....infact i was a victim bugh with time i checked how
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this painful discovery that made look for an alternative. God was so
kind that in the process i discovered this GOLDMINE
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Nigerian government begins construction of Chibok school

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Nigeria's government on Friday said that work had begun to rebuild a
school in the northeastern town of Chibok from where Boko Haram gunmen
kidnapped more than 200 girls last year.
Finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala laid the foundation stone at the
Government Secondary School on Thursday on behalf of President
Goodluck Jonathan, a statement from her office said.
Islamist fighters seized 276 teenagers on the evening of April 14 in a
case that caused global outrage. Fifty-seven managed to escape but 11
months later, 219 are still being held captive.
Jonathan said in the statement: "We sympathise with the Chibok
community. We know what you are going through.
Okonjo-Iweala with residents of Chibok
"But I want to assure you that we are working day and night to make
sure that life returns to normal both in your community and all others
affected by terrorism."
The government was criticised for its slow response to the kidnapping
and was pressured into accepting international help as a global
campaign calling for the girls' release gathered pace.
Some of the girls were shown on a Boko Haram video released soon after
the abduction, indicating that many of them had converted to Islam.
Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau has also claimed that the teenagers
have been married off.
The search for the girls appears to have come to a dead end, despite
the country's most senior military officer claiming last year that
their location was known but a rescue was too dangerous.
The six-year conflict, which is estimated to have left more than
13,000 people dead and 1.5 million others homeless, has also severely
disrupted education.
The Minister with some residents
Boko Haram, whose names roughly translates from the Hausa language as
"Western education is forbidden", has targeted schools teaching a
secular curriculum. Schools have either been shut or burned down.
The United Nations has said that some 10.5 million children in Nigeria
are out of school, including those hit by the conflict.

IMSU Expels 700 Students Over Exam Misconduct

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No fewer than 700 students of the Imo State University (IMSU), Owerri, Imo State, , were expelled by the management of the institution for poor performance in their academic studies and examination misconduct. Their expulsion was confirmed by the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Aloysius Ukachukwu Awuzie. IMSU Vice Chancellor,Professor Aloysius Ukachukwu Awuzie, who made this announcement while briefing newsmen on achievements of his administration, explained that the affected students were expelled over misconduct and examination malpractice. Awuzie also disclosed that a panel on disciplinary matters involving staff had also been set up. According to him, the university had embarked on the procurement of pews to ensure that no student is forced to receive lectures standing and that examination halls are not crowded. In the last two years, Awuzie disclosed that the institution had graduated about 150 medical doctors from its college of medicine while another 70 are expected to graduate before the end of this month. On the master plan for the institution, the VC said that he had set in motion the relevant machinery towards the development of the plan, stressing that a comprehensive master plan remains the panacea to the prevalent unfriendly environment that he met upon his appointment as acting VC. “The advent of the seventh governing council has brought in its wake the commencement of the process for the ethical and moral rebirth within the university community and the process for a comprehensive intellectual values re-engineering among staff and student,” Awuzie said.

Friday, March 6, 2015


Friday, March 6, 2015 - by Solomon Okechukwu · - 0 Comments
MTN Project Fame Season 3 winner, Chidinma Ekile, hit the limelight after she won the reality show contest a couple of years ago. In this chat with TOSIN AKINOLA, she opens up on her career and why she kissed Afropop star, Flavour. Excerpts:
What inspired your music career?
Music has always been flowing in my veins. I have been singing since the age of six. I joined my church choir at the age of 10 though, I was never serious about music because my father was strict; he always wanted us to be indoors.
How did you get to know about Project Fame?
I heard about the academy through a friend of mine who helped me out, stood by me and encouraged me that I could do it. I told my mother about it but I was afraid to tell my daddy because I knew he would never give me the go-ahead. So, I told my mum to help speak on my behalf but she was like ‘no, you know the kind of man your father is, I can’t face him o’. Later, I went to his room and I was talk­ing to him from behind the door because I just couldn’t face him to explain myself. Then he asked me, ‘what is it?’ I told him about the competition and he asked who the organisers were and I told him that it was MTN. Luckily for me, every­thing happened like a miracle after my explanation and my father gave me his nod. My mother was surprised and she said I was very lucky. I was so excited I couldn’t believe that my father had just given me the go-ahead because at times, when I returned late from choir practise, he would lock me out and I would sleep outside.
So, what was his reaction during the show?
My mother supported me all the way but my father supported me partially. However, when my father later saw that it was getting serious by the day, he actually visited me after some weeks and I was shocked because I never expected him in the Academy. And I was like ‘Wow! My father actually came to watch me sing?’ I was so excited and happy and that gave me inspiration to do more because I wanted to make dad proud, and God helped me to achieve my goal.
How has the platform impacted your life?
Project Fame has done a lot for me. It changed my thinking and made me to know better. It made me to know the kind of people I should move with, and above all, it made me popular and then the op­portunities kept coming by the day. My life changed positively and ever since I have never lacked any good thing. For in­stance, I never believed that I could drive my own car at such an early age. All this is just like a dream to me till today. I appreciate MTN a lot for helping people discover who they are. If not for God and MTN, I would have been a house-help or a bread hawker today. Thanks to God Almighty, thanks to Project Fame.
How is your boyfriend coping with your fame?
I don’t have a boyfriend and I don’t want to have one because I am still too young and I don’t want any distraction from any man. That is the reason I don’t want to rush into any relationship. I don’t want to make a wrong choice. I am a strong lady and a goal getter so I am focussing on my career for now. I don’t have a boyfriend and I am not searching.
Okay, what relationship do you have with Flavour? You kissed him in a video recently.
(Laughter) Flavour is just a friend and colleague, no strings attached. The kissing thing was just acting. I am an actress and I can do anything to make my music more colourful. However, that was my first time of doing that, but it really means nothing to me because we don’t have strong feelings for each other be­yond music. What you guys saw was just acting. Little wonder most of my friends and fans have been asking the same question, ‘Chidinma, why did you kiss Flavour?’ But I always laugh and tell them that it was just acting. What of if I become an actress to­morrow and I kiss someone on set, would it become news? Flavour is just a colleague, please.
What are you currently working on and what inspired it?
I have a video dropping this week en­titled, Kite. It is all about love. You know, just like the kite could fly so high so too the love in my heart could fly so high. I wrote the song to express what I believe should happen between two partners. I am a songwriter and every good writer must be a good researcher. I did my research and got what I wanted. Let me use this opportunity to tell my fans and loved ones to get the video of Kite, which drops this weekend. I love you all and God bless you. curled from sunnewsonline

List Of Nigerian Universities (With Websites)

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This list was generated to help students seeking admission, students in the various universities and graduates alike. Leave your comments below.
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria
Bayero University, Kano
Federal University of Technology Yola
Federal University of Technology, Akure
Federal University of Technology, Minna.
Federal University of Technology, Owerri
Micheal Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike,
National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos.
Nigerian Defence Academy,Kaduna
Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile-Ife
University of Abuja, Gwagwalada
University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.
University of Agriculture, Makurdi.
University of Benin
University of Calabar
University of Ibadan
University of Ilorin
University of Jos
University of Lagos
University of Maiduguri
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
University of Port-Harcourt
University of Uyo
Usuman Danfodiyo University
Abia State University, Uturu.
Adamawa State University, Mubi
Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba.
Akwa Ibom State University of Technology, Uyo
Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma,
Anambra State University of Science & Technology, Uli
Benue State University, Makurdi.
Bukar Abba Ibrahim University, Damaturu.
Cross River State University of Science &Technology, Calabar,
Delta State University Abraka
Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki,,
Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu
Gombe State Univeristy, Gombe
Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, Lapai
Imo State University, Owerri
Kaduna State University, Kaduna,
Kano University of Science & Technology, Wudil
Katsina State University, Katsina
Kebbi State University, Kebbi,
Kogi State University Anyigba
Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso
Lagos State University Ojo, Lagos. Prof. L. A. Hussain
Nasarawa State University, Keffi,
Niger Delta Unversity, Yenagoa
Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago-Iwoye
Ondo State University of Science & Technology, Okitipupa
Osun State University,,
Plateau State University, Bokkos
Rivers State University of Science & Technology,
Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijebu-Ode,
University of Ado-Ekiti
University of Education, Ikere Ekiti,
Abti-American University, Yola
Achievers University, Owo
African University of Science & Technology, Abuja
Ajayi Crowther University, Ibadan
Babcock University,Ilishan-Remo
Bells University of Technology, Otta
Benson Idahosa University,Benin City
Bingham University, New Karu
Bowen University, Iwo
Caleb University, Lagos
Caritas University, Enugu
CETEP City University, Ibadan
Covenant University Ota
Redeemer’s University, Mowe
Renaissance University, Enugu
Salem University, Lokoja
Tansian University,Umunya
University of Mkar, Mkar
Veritas University
Wesley Univ. of Science & Tech.,Ondo,
Western Delta University, Oghara
Wukari Jubilee University,
Crawford University Igbesa
Crescent University,
Fountain Unveristy,Oshogbo
Igbinedion University Okada
Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji
Katsina University, Katsina
Lead City University, Ibadan
Madonna University, Okija
Obong University, Obong Ntak

JAMB Announced New Date For 2015 UTME Exam

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The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), on thursday, released an official statement, which stated that the much anticipated 2015 Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Examinations, UTME, will commence from Tuesday, the 10th of March, 2015 across the country.
The Registrar and Chief Executive of JAMB, Prof. ‘Dibu Ojerinde, who disclosed this to gistofnigeria team, asserted that that one million, four hundred and seventy-five thousand, four hundred and seventy-seven (1,475,477) candidates will sit this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, scheduled for between Tuesday, March 10, and Saturday, March 21, across 400 centers in the country and seven foreign countries.
It would be recalled that the Board Public relation officer, Mr Fabian Benjamin, said that the JAMB 2015 CBT would hold on Monday , 9th of March, 2015.
Further speaking, Prof. ‘Dibu Ojerinde, said that the 2015 UTME marks the commencement of full-blown Computer Based Test, in which 208 prison inmates, drawn from Kaduna and Ikoyi prisons, and 192 visually impaired candidates will participate.
Ojerinde stress that most of the candidates for the UTME had printed their e-registration slips with which they would sit the examination.

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), on thursday, released an official statement, which stated that the much anticipated 2015 Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Examinations, UTME, will commence from Tuesday, the 10th of March, 2015 across the country.
The Registrar and Chief Executive of JAMB, Prof. ‘Dibu Ojerinde, who disclosed this to grapevine, asserted that that one million, four hundred and seventy-five thousand, four hundred and seventy-seven (1,475,477) candidates will sit this year’s Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations, scheduled for between Tuesday, March 10, and Saturday, March 21, across 400 centers in the country and seven foreign countries.
It would be recalled that the Board Public relation officer, Mr Fabian Benjamin, said that the JAMB 2015 CBT would hold on Monday , 9th of March, 2015.
Further speaking, Prof. ‘Dibu Ojerinde, said that the 2015 UTME marks the commencement of full-blown Computer Based Test, in which 208 prison inmates, drawn from Kaduna and Ikoyi prisons, and 192 visually impaired candidates will participate.
Ojerinde stress that most of the candidates for the UTME had printed their e-registration slips with which they would sit the examination.
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Is Affiliate Marketing For You? [Part 2 of 3]

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This is a follow up to the 3-Part email series on how to use the internet to make a living.

If you missed the first part, use the link below to find it and read.

Click here to read Part 1: 7 Reasons Why People FAIL To Make Money Online!

Now the question is: "Is Affiliate Marketing For You?"

Well, there is no direct answer to this question, because only you can decide whether you want to become an affiliate or not.

However, there are some things you should know about affiliate marketing before you can make the decision whether to become an affiliate or not.

Before I continue, I want to make this very clear:

I don't believe in easy money or fast money, and there is nothing magical or secret in this article that will teach you how to use affiliate marketing to get rich overnight. If you are looking for how to make N500,000 your first month, this article is not for you.

However, if you believe in the value of hard work and dedication, with focus and perseverance, you can actually make any amount of money from your business in few months, and this can start your very first month if you're strategic enough.

First, What is Affiliate Marketing?

According to Wikipedia:

“Affiliate marketing is a marketing practice in which a business rewards one or more affiliates for each visitor or customer brought about by the affiliate’s marketing efforts”

What this means is, as an affiliate, you will be rewarded or credited each time you help a business promote its products or services and this results to a sale. This credit or reward is called a commission.

The beauty of affiliate marketing is, it is the fastest and cheapest way to start an online business but not necessarily the easiest way to make money online. Because you will have a ready product and sales page to market it.

You job is to simply link up a buyer and a seller and you take a commission on the sale that you referred.

How Does Affiliate Marketing Work?

Well, Affiliate marketing is not rocket science. When you sign up as an affiliate, you choose the products to promote. The merchant will provide you, by virtue of your sign up an affiliate ID, this ID is a unique code attached to your affiliate link or url.

This affiliate ID helps you to track and be credited for all sales you make using that particular referral link.

Most affiliate programs will provide you with text links, banner ads, and other promotional tools you need to use for your promotion.

And as an affiliate, you will be able to preview your activities which include sales, clicks, and conversion statistics in your member only area via an affiliate software member control panel.

To better understand how affiliate marketing works, study the image below.

Now that you have a proper understanding of how affiliate marketing works, the next question is:

Do you think affiliate marketing is for you?

Well, that depends on you.

If you need extra income to supplement what you earn or doing, then you may decide to do affiliate marketing.

If you are jobless and need something to do that will help you start bringing some money home, maybe affiliate marketing may be the right vehicle for you.

If you're a stay at home mum or dad who needs extra income, this may also be a wise choice for you.

If you are a youth corper who is looking for a job, you can still do affiliate marketing till you get a job.

And if you just want to add an extra stream of income to your life, then affiliate marketing may be a good choice for you.

The Advantages of Being An Affiliate Marketer

Doing affiliate marketing has been known to be one of the world's fastest growing and best internet marketing practices to make money online.

In fact a lot of people love it, and many are just earning a living doing affiliate marketing alone.

Here are 5 more reasons why you may consider affiliate marketing.

1. No Storage of products

As an affiliate, you have no business with storing any of the products you promote, whether tangible (physical) or intangible (information) products. All of these is done by the merchant, including the delivery of the product purchased.

2. No Customer Support

All customer support services is done by the merchant who own the affiliate program you promote. All customer complaints, and product delivery is done by the merchant, not you.

3. A Passive Income Source

Affiliate Marketing can easily become a very passive income source in addition to whatever you do. And the beautiful thing is, you can actually make money even while you are not working with affiliate marketing. It can become a nice chunk of extra income stream for you.

4. You Can Work From Home

If you make enough money to take care of your family's monthly bills, then you may not need to continue a paid employment. In fact you can use affiliate marketing as a work from home business as this can actually be done from the comfort of your small reading table at home, if you have a computer that is connected to the internet.

All you need is to find 2 - 4 hours everyday to spend in front of the computer, and depending on the type of affiliate program and the effort you are putting in, you could be earning N100,000 to N300,000 every month working from home.

5. It's Cost Effective

Using the internet to market is the cheapest way to get buyers for any product. Additionally, you are not creating any products of your own as this has been taken care of by the merchant.

Now you may be wondering why I'm talking about affiliate marketing when I actually told you in my first series that I'm creating a franchise program for you my reader.

The reason is, the two terms are related and I use affiliate marketing because that is the term most people understand and the principle the Franchise system will be used to make money for affiliates.

However, it's important I clearly explain the two terms in clear terms so that you will appreciate what I'm trying to do.

What Is The Difference Between An Affiliate and Franchise Program?

Let us discuss the similarities first.

Both can be individuals or partnerships striving to make money by selling products or services owned by someone else. Both require a relationship with the owner of the product or service. The owner or merchant will establish rules, standards, and guidelines that must be followed in order to act as their representatives in the marketplace.

What Is Franchising?

According to Wikipedia: "Franchising is the practice of the right to use a firm's successful business model and brand for a prescribed period of time."

Furthermore, with a Franchise arrangement, the merchant sells the licensing of his idea, product or services to others. The Franchisee (Licensee or the affiliate) pays a fee for the privilege of marketing the franchisor's products and services, according to the franchisor's marketing plan, rules, guidelines, and standards.

The franchisee (Licensee or the affiliate) signs a legal agreement which stipulates that they must conform to specifications set for the business which represents the franchisor.

With the system I will be handing over to some people, it will be based on a franchise-affiliate arrangement.

That way, every participant will get a clone of the same business model which has brought in excess of over N50 million in sales.

And that includes everything that makes selling and conversion possible for every affiliate.

And that is why the name of this project is known as the "Franchise-" program.

Because even though, you will be getting a complete proven successful businesses, it will be marketed using an affiliate arrangement.

In my next email to you in a couple of days, I shall be writing on the topic: "How To Make Affiliate Marketing Work For You!

Why Nigerians FAIL To Make Money Online! [Part 1 of 3]

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If you have failed or you are still struggling to make a living online, then this article is one you will like to read to the end because it will open your eyes to the exact reasons why you have been unable to make it online.
No doubt the title header of this website gives you an idea of what this newsletter series is all about. It's actually geared on how to make money using a franchise or affiliate system.

Have you been struggling to make money online without success?

Sometimes, I wonder why people find it so hard to create a living from the Internet when I and many other Internet marketers do it so seamlessly.

Most times, the knowledge I have on making money online, I feel it is a common knowledge that every other person around me have. In fact I take it for granted and assume it's available to the next person beside me.

However, I get questions and frustrations from my readers who are making serious efforts to make a living online. I came to the realization that the
knowledge on how to harness the internet to make money online is indeed a special skill available to only a few people.

And once you have this
special marketing skills, your life changes for the better.

Here is an example of the type of questions I get every time from my subscribers.

  I have spent thousands of Naira on many make money programs without success, please can you help me with a suggestion of something I can do to make a living online. I have lost my job, and my house rent is due in 2 months, can you suggest something I can do that will help me to raise N300k fast?"

Here's another one.

"I have read your newsletters and it seems you know what you are doing. I'm looking for something that will help me supplement my income. I'm not looking for a get rich quick scheme or something that will make me N10million per month. (Though, I don't mind if it happens), I want something that I can work on in the evenings after work, and an Internet business seems to be the perfect match. I don't have any products yet, and do not have the experience or time to create any products, so I'm looking at starting with an affiliate
program, what would you suggest sir?

Most times, my reply to these people is to start with my blog training program so they can learn how to start up their own internet businesses. Unfortunately,
over 70% who even complete the training do not get up to start making money on time because of a lot of reasons.

reasons or factors are exactly the cause of failures among those who try to make money online. And some of those reasons is what I will talk about in this newsletter series.
Reason #1 - Lack Of Knowledge On A Profitable Niche Market
One of the challenges newbies or people who want to make money online have is deciding on a profitable niche market to start with.

And the reason is, most times they are clueless on how to do market research to zero in on a profitable market.

A lot of people, out of the need to make a living dabble into blogging and start writing and publishing news worthy information, put Google Adsense codes on their website, and try to drive traffic to it.

Unfortunately, many who have gone this route have realized after several months or years that their website is just laying there, gathering digital dust and not making them anything substantial.

For those who have managed to drive some traffic, it's not surprising to see that some of them have made $117 after 11 months of blogging from Google Adsense, and cashing this money takes another 2 months before it "lands" into their bank accounts.

So, for those who have tried to make money this way or who are still thinking the area to focus, this is one of the obstacles standing in the way to making big money online.
Reason #2 - Lack of Products to Sell
If you want to make money online, you must sell something. The problem is, for a newbie, the easiest way for him to start would be if he could lay his hands on a product that is proven to sell.

Unfortunately, creating a product to sell requires a lot of "heavy lifting". You need to research on a product that people need, take time to create it, write a sales letter for it, design a website for it, then run adverts to promote it.

As you can see, it takes quite a lot of resources in terms of effort, time, and money to create a product that actually is in high demand.

It's one thing to have a product, and another thing to have a product that people are willing to spend top Naira on.

And for a newbie, it's a Herculean task to create a product, more especially if the beginner wants to market to the Nigerian market. A Nigerian information product must communicate to people in our local way of speaking.

One of the reasons you are reading this newsletter, is because I have taken care of this problem. I will talk more about it at the end of this publication.

So not having a product is the number one reason why people have failed to make money online.
Reason #3 - No Reliable Affiliate Network In Nigeria
An affiliate network is a network that has a collection of digital and physical products listed by different merchants that any interested affiliate can join and sell any of the products for a commission.

On the international market, it's easier for newbies to start making money selling affiliate products that they did not create and make a commission along the line.

Such networks as, Commission Junction,,, etc have been available and have made it possible for newbies on the international market to start an internet business and make money in a short period of time.

Unfortunately for Nigerians, it's an entirely different ball game for them, mainly because some of these networks do not allow them to be affiliates, because Nigeria is not listed on the allowed countries.

And for affiliate networks that allow Nigerians to participate, their payment systems like PayPal restricts Nigerians from receiving payments from their hard earned efforts.

So it becomes a real frustration for affiliates from Nigeria who truly want to make money online. Most times this frustration just discourage a good number of people who tried to work online and make a living.

Such was my case when I started looking for how to make money online, before I decided to toil and create my own line of information products and sell to fellow Nigerians.

And once I was able to break that barrier, it was as if the flood gates of financial success was opened to me and I started making money like crazy.

I'm going to show you, how you can leverage on my own experience, efforts, and products to start making money and avoid one of the frustrations that faces many people who want to make money online today.
Reason #4 - Lack Of Focus On One Particular Money Making Method
Many of the people who I know who have bought one product from several sources do not make money because they simply don't know what to focus on.

Most people make it a habit to jump from one shiny object on making money to the next.

In fact, I have a student who I have watched for the past 6 years jump from one make money offer to the next. He has bought all types of make money products that you can think of. Just name it. Forex products, info-products, importation secrets, football betting, blogging to millions, using seminars to sell, using surveys to make money etc.

And in my presence upon my advice to him to avoid shiny objects, this client spent over N500,000 buying products that NEVER made him a dime.

And yet he came back to me asking me why he hasn't made money online inspite of the fact that he has spent over half a million Naira pursuing everything on the internet.

I told him that he lacked focus, and for the first time, he listened to me, bought my training, I suggested a niche market based on his career, and he went into it. And as we speak, for the very first time in his life, he has started making over N150,000 every single month in total profit.

If you lack focus, you will not make money online. There are many money making models online that makes money. But each of them requires focus to make them work.

Here are some of them...
  • Affiliate marketing
  • Information Marketing
  • Blogging
  • Forex trading
  • Outsourcing/Freelancing
You need to choose just one and focus 100% on it, and your chances of making money is 100% certain.
Reason #5 - Lack of Knowledge On How to Sell Online
There is one skill that is responsible for making sales online each time it is applied on any type of product. That skill is the knowledge on how to market any product.

In other words, it's a skill on how to sell.

You can have a solid product, a beautiful website, an audience. If you do not know the art of selling, you will make very little or no money.

On so many occasions, I have people who owned blogs with large audiences asking me how they can convert the attention they get from their websites to cash.

The problem with these people is that they simply do not know how to sell any product.

If you understand marketing, then making money online will no longer be a mystery to you.

The questions many people who are trying to make money online ask are...
At what point do I mention my product so that my audience will buy?
How do I get them to buy?
What do I tell them to get them to buy?
How many emails should I send to them to buy?

The truth is, if you know how to sell, you DO NOT NEED to sell anything to make a SALE.

This is one of the reasons a lot of newbies have failed to make money.

Fortunately for you, I have got you covered. I have the answer to your questions on how to sell and exactly what to tell your readers to get them to buy from you.
Reason #6 - Not Being Able to Generate Traffic
Traffic has been said to be the life blood of every business. I tend to agree as well. The reason is, without traffic to your website, the potential for you to make a sale is zero.

Website traffic refers to the number of people or eye balls that visits or see your websites to check out what you have got to offer.

Sadly, many people complain that getting visitors to buy their products is their greatest frustrations.
Truth is traffic is cheap and in abundance
in our time than in any other time in
human history.
Think of the traffic that social media platforms get on a daily basis. Facebook has exceeded 1 billion subscribers, about 15 million of this audience are Nigerians. has almost a million Nigerian business persons who are there waiting for you.

Twitter has millions of Nigeria subscribers.

Youtube has millions of Nigerian subscribers.

Other social media platforms that are visited by thousands Nigerians are:
  • Instagram
  • Linda Ikeji blog
  • Bella Naija blog
  • Pakurumo blog
  • Olufamous blog
  • Kemi Filani blog
  • Stella Demakokus blog, etc.
And hundreds of other highly visited blogs in Nigeria which gets thousands of daily visitors on a daily basis.

In the midst of all of these, many people are still complaining that getting traffic is hard when traffic in our time is becoming more abundant.

The reality is, while their is an abundant traffic, the way to capture people's interest in recent times have changed.

And for you to be able to "funnel" some of these gigantic hordes of traffic to your websites, you need to understand the basic human needs. These psychological needs remains the same. They do not change. If you're able to identify and communicate to people this way, you will see that "magic" will start to happen in your business.
Reason #7 - Not Having Any Website
Have you ever seen any of those adverts that says that you can make money online without having a website?

Those adverts are very misleading!

From personal experience, I started making money the moment I had my own website and products.

If you don't have any website, your ability to make money online is very limited.

When you have a website, you are able to write a sales letter which in my own experience and from the experiences of expert marketers is the best converting way to sell any product.

A website allows you to give your audience a visual representation of what you sell online. With a website, you are able to post a picture, a video or even a graphic representation as well as well-written proposal about your business.

And even as an affiliate, your websites help your prospects to make a buying decision.

If you want to make money online, and you think without a website, that you can make money, then you are deceiving yourself.
Not having a website is one of the reasons why
a lot of newbies today who wish to make money
online have not succeeded.
All the 7 factors I have discussed in this newsletter have been responsible for the gross failure of people who struggle to make money online In the second part of this series, I will be discussing the topic: "Is Affiliate Marketing For You?"
This topic will be used to explain what affiliate marketing is and how to exploit it to finally start making money.



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