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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Eksu Second Semester 2016/2017 Examination Time –Table 200l-500l Students

ASUU EKSU resolution. Exam starts on Monday, 25-09-2016. For all students 100L - 500L.

MayorMail.com wish all Eksu Students Best of luck

This time Table covers for ALL Students in 100 L to 500 L in all Faculties except the 500 L Faculty of Law who had earlier written their Exam before the ASUU Strike.


EKSU EXAM TIME TABLE

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Monday, 18 September 2017

Wrestling star Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan dies of throat cancer at 73

American professional wrestler and manager, Raymond Louis Heenan, better known as Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, has died aged 73.

Heenan who was best known as the showman manager of 1980s and 90s stars such as Andre the Giant, Angelo Poffo, Guy Mitchell, the Valiant Brothers, Nick Bockwinkel, Jesse Ventura and later as a commentator in the WWF/WWE franchise, died Saturday after a long battle with throat cancer.

His death was first announced on Sunday by fellow WWE commentator Jim Ross "The news of Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan's passing today gutted me. I loved our time together. No one ever did it better than the Wease."

He tweeted.

Since his death was announced WWE celebrities have been paying tribute on social media.

Heenan who was born on the 1st of November 1944, is survived by his wife Cynthia, whom he married in 1976, their daughter, Jessica, and his grandson Austin.
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Breaking News: Boko Haram Slaughtered Chief Imam And Four Others

Suspected members of the dreaded Boko Haram sect on Sunday night invaded Kurmiri village of Titiwa Ward, about 15 kilometres away from Magumeri Local Government Area of Borno state, in which the terrorists slaughtered the Chief Imam of the village alongside four other persons.

The Chief Imam, Ustaz Goni Bukar Tabare, according to Vanguard Newspaper, is the Senior brother to a popular Politician in Magumeri, Mallam Goni Kundube.

Vanguard reports that Magumeri has witnessed a series of deadly attacks in recent past, including the ambush, killing and abduction of NNPC oil exploration workers, contracted staff of University of Maiduguri and 15 members Civilian JTF in Bornoyesu village of Council July this year.

The attackers, according to reports came into the Village armed with Ak47 rifles, knives and machetes, but decided to execute their victims using knives, because the sounds of gunshots would alert many residents hence repel the attacks, even though, sources said, one of the attackers was arrested.

Confirming the attack, the Caretaker Chairman of Magumeri Local Government Area, Alhaji Abubakar Abdulkadir in an interview with our correspondent said, “Chief Imam of Kurmiri village and four other persons were slaughtered by suspected members of Boko Haram sect last night”.

Abdulkadir who regretted the incident assured his people that adequate security have been provided and normallcy have been restored.

His words:

“We in Magumeri wake up this morning (Monday) and received a distress call that one of our Community witnessed Boko Haram attacks. ”
Five people were slaughtered, including the Chief Imam of Kurmiri village. We regretted this attack and we Pray Allah (God) grant Aljanul Firduas to the souls of the deceased and their families to bear the irreparable loss.

“I want to commend the effort of our Civilian JTF members, security agencies for their prompt action which led to the apprehension of one of the attackers .
“I also want to urge members of the general public not to panic, but go about their businesses as the situation is under control”.
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APC Accused Fayose Of Allegedly Funding Nnamdi Kanu, Biafra Split To Disrupt Nigeria

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State has accused Governor Ayodele Fayose of allegedly funding the leader of the Independent People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, and his organisation (IPOB), to distabilise Nigeria for the actualisation of the Republic of Biafra.

The party said the governor’s counsel in his press release at the weekend urging dialogue in the resolution of the Biafran crisis is an afterthought after the Nigerian Army swung into action to perform their constitutional role of preserving the unity of Nigeria and bringing all secessionists and their backers to justice.

Fayose had at the weekend urged the Federal Government to embrace dialogue in the resolution of the Biafran agitation after the Nigerian Military had declared IPOB a terrorist organisation.

In a statement by Publicity Secretary, Taiwo Olatunbosun, the party dismissed Fayose’s counsel as afterthought, stressing that the governor’s actions and utterances had shown that he was “solidly behind any activity that will bring Nigeria down”.

He said: “On April 26 and as published by The Nigerian Tribune Newspaper and its Tribuneonline publication on April 27, 2017, Fayose said he was working in conjunction with Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, to raise funds for Kanu, stressing that he was taking his support for Kanu beyond showing solidarity in court by raising funds that would be deposited in an account opened in Kanu’s name.”

Quoting Fayose as saying that “as many lawyers willing to fight the oppression should join the struggle for liberation from the oppression”, Olatunbosun said Fayose was not new to seditious and treasonable activities to bring Nigeria down.

He explained: “He led a campaign to the Chinese Embassy in Abuja and later to Shanghai, the Chinese capital, to urge the Chinese government not to lend hands in helping Nigeria out of recession.

“Relentlessly, he led hate campaigns against the symbol of the Nigerian authority, President Muhammadu Buhari, wishing him dead, including hounding and haunting the President across the world, including on his sick bed, and threatening to expose the President on a life-support machine, all these in spite of swearing to uphold the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and to be loyal to the Nigerian state and her President.

“He went further as reported in the media on May 25, 2017 that ‘Ekiti State is now part of Biafra’, which drew the ire of several Yoruba groups as reported in the media.

“Not done, while Nigerians and indeed the country’s leaders were celebrating Nigeria’s exit from recession, Fayose was the only governor across the country who dismissed the celebration as a ruse, maintaining that Nigeria was still in a deep economic mess even though in his state, he is the biggest stumbling block to the survival of Ekiti people by diverting all loans he took to pay workers salary to needless projects contracts awarded to his friends’ companies in which he allegedly has interest.”

Olatunbosun added that Fayose demonstrated the seriousness of his support for the collapse of Nigeria when he released his telephone number 070300000393 and email:mystory2006@yahoo.com as reported in the media on April 27, 2017, urging all that were interested in the Biafra cause to contact him through the phone number and email address.

He also quoted Fayose as saying: “We are just driving the cause. As soon as we receive his account details, we will be made available.

“People have the right to agitate for independence. Even in traditional institution, people agitate for autonomy.
“As many as lawyers willing to fight the oppression should join the struggle for liberation from the oppression.”

Olatunbosun pointed out that while all the governors in the South East, including notable leaders, such as Ohanaeze leaders, Senate Deputy President Ekeremadu, among others, were condemning Kanu for his distabiliation activities, it was Fayose alone that was giving him moral and financial support.

“All the South East governors, including the Deputy Senate President Ike Ikeremadu, have opposed Kanu in his secessionist activities while Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has warned Kanu and IPOB to stay away from Rivers but Fayose declared Ekiti State as part of Biafra and that has confirmed the report that he is part of Biafra’s financiers as he had publicly declared to the media.

“No wonder, just four months after Fayose started mobilising funds for Biafra, thousands of deadly weapons, including military assault rifles, were smuggled into the country but were intercepted by the Nigerian Customs while it was also discovered that uniformed Biafran militants already have military training camps where they are planning deadly assaults against Nigeria after threatening her leaders.

“We had earlier alerted the security agencies to the presence of armed gangs and stockpiling of arms in the Ekiti State Government House and his present activities in raising funds for Kanu only confirm that he is part of rebellion against the Nigerian state.

“We have always insisted that Fayose is a threat to the Nigeria’s unity and the economic survival of her people,” he explained.

Urging the security agencies and Interpol to investigate Fayose in his support for funding IPOB with “the latest influx of military assault rifles into the country”,

Olatunbosun said:

“His support for Kanu in funds mobilisation for his treasonable act and the activities of Fayose’s media men in promoting the Biafran cause only point to one agenda to distabilise Nigeria and that has proved us right that Fayose has no agenda than the destabilisation of Nigeria to enable him escape all illegal and criminal activities linked to him in recent past.”





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Sunday, 17 September 2017

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Letter to president Buhari on IPOB - Charly Boy

My president,

I bear my heart out in this letter with great respect and humility.

Often times I wonder if you read any of my open letters. However, I write this open letter so fellow Nigerians will understand the ache in my heart.

I was about 17yrs during the Nigerian civil war. My youth was scandalized, and since then, I have carried a big scar in my heart. All I saw around me then, was blood, death, and hunger. That war, which could have been avoided was a collateral damage for easterners. Over Three million people died - when it could have been resolved on a conference table.

Mr. President Sir,

Most Nigerians, are hopeless, helpless, fearful, aggrieved and have been brutalized by poverty created by the status quo to terrorize my people.

When you came on board I had hoped that yours would be a government that would assist the ordinary people; a government that will turn round the economy and put a smile on the faces of Nigerians.

No, I don't blame you for the woes that have befallen us, but, truth be told, you have so far spent too much time passing the buck than actually serving the people you struggled to lead. Two years is enough for us to start feeling like something would happen. I can't believe that as hard and as many times as you applied for this job and you finally got it, this is the best you can do? Haba, baba!

Now you can see the disadvantage of surrounding yourself with incompetent people.

I remember it was your wife who first cried out, warned us that you have been hijacked by the hyenas, jackals, and very suspicious people who don't really care about Nigeria or you.

Sir, as a father, please do something to calm down this rising tension.

As a father, it is very wrong to show your children that you have a favorite. Right now, it is clear that we are in a Big Mess. And sometimes I wonder if you understand how difficult it is for the masses to cope.

People even from your village have complained to us (OurMumuDonDo movement); From Sokoto to Owerri, Benue to Delta, hunger everywhere, young people committing suicide, yet the legislators and executives still maintain their obnoxious lifestyle.

There is so much I want to say as a very frustrated Nigerian, but for now what's uppermost in my heart is to plead with you to intervene in this "Operation Python Dance" Biko Baba, you should be committed to dousing tensions and promoting peace and unity.

In as much as I am aware that the Federal Government is concerned about curbing divisive messages and inordinate agitations within the country, I believe it should be more concerned about safeguarding the lives and properties of all Nigerians in any part of the country.

It is also important to note that though recanted, the October 1 ultimatum issued by some misguided northern youths to the Igbos in the north remains weighty in the minds of many and the atmosphere is hypersensitive to any mishap that could foment such inter ethnic wahala.

Sir, suffering Nigerians are begging you to quell this tension than steaming up the flames of enmity and discord within the country by using force on harmless citizens.
During The Resume or Resign peaceful protest, Baba, you listened, and that's why you came back.

On behalf of all frustrated, hopeless, unsafe, hungry Nigerians I beg you, hear our prayer. As a Father show some compassion and give us hope that this too shall pass away.

I am proud to say that am discovering exceptional youths who are inflamed by love of fatherland, angered at the rape of our dignity and prosperity, determined to rise up and hold one another, to march down and uphold the dignity and prosperity of all Nigerians.

Baba, make Naija no spoil for your hand O!!!!!!

God Bless Nigeria.

Best regards
AreaFada (CharlyBoy)

President
All Frustrated Nigerians.

  www.ourmumudondo.org
Twitter: @Areafada1
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In Ekiti, we don't need to assure other tribes of their safety - Fayose tweets

In the wake of the current tensions in south eastern Nigeria and the recent threats by Arewa youth against the Igbos, Ekiti State governor and 2019 presidential aspirant, Ayo Fayose has spoken about his state.

While other governors are issuing statements to assure people of safety in their various states, Fayose says, 'If Nigerians living outside their states of origin need to be assured of their safety where they reside, it means all is not well.

In Ekiti, we don't need to assure other tribes of their safety bcos as govt, our actions never threatened d peaceful co-existence of anyone'.

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Saturday, 16 September 2017

Finally Tunisian women are now free to marry non-Muslims after the law restriction since 1973

A spokeswoman for President Beji Caid Essebsi has confirmed that Tunisia has overturned a law that banned women from marrying non-Muslims.

She made the announcement and congratulated women on gaining "the freedom to choose one's spouse". Until now, a non-Muslim man who wished to marry a Tunisian Muslim woman had to convert to Islam and submit a certificate of his conversion as proof.

Tunisia, which is 99% Muslim, is viewed as one of the most progressive Arab countries in terms of women's rights. The new law comes after President Essebsi pushed for the lifting of the marriage restriction law that was put in place in 1973.

He said in a speech last month, during celebrations of the National Women's day, that the marriage law was "an obstacle to the freedom of choice of the spouse".

The restriction was also seen as violating Tunisia's constitution which was adopted in 2014 in the wake of the Arab Spring revolution.
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'Nnamdi Kanu was not popular until Buhari arrested him' - Samklef

Singer, Samklef tweeted his opinion on the recent IPOB crisis rocking the country and according to him samklef, ' Nnamdi Kanu was not popular until PMB arrested him.

In other words Buhari created him. Just my opinion'.

Do you agree with him?
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See Photos: Residents of Kano state dress in Igbo attire, assure Igbos residing in the state of their safety

Kano state residents yesterday dressed in Igbo attire and walked the streets to show the Igbos residing there that they are welcome and are safe in the state.

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How to stop headache with banana peel

wake up with headache, working with headache, sleep with headache…..what a day!

Who has not experienced such a situation, which is one of the most annoying situations that may occur to you, especially now in the summer.

And when the pain becomes even stronger the first thing you want is to have a painkiller in your bag.

The first things that come to mind are medicines that despite neutralize pain, have a devastating side effects such as stomach pain, allergic reactions, high blood pressure, swelling of the ankles etc.

But you can get rid of headache with a single ingredient that you’ve been thrown to the basket today: banana skin.

Take a banana skin and place it over your face, more precisely in the forehead area and triangularly that is created between the eyebrows. Let it operate for 20-30 minutes and you will notice the change immediately.

Bananas contain high levels of potassium, manganese, selenium, zinc, fiber, folic acid, complete vitamin B complex, as well as anti-inflammatory agents with immediate action that, after absorption from the skin, relieve any kind of pain.
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Friday, 15 September 2017

Boil Bananas Before Bed, Drink The Liquid And You Will Not Believe What Happens To Your Sleep!

We’ve all had those restless nights of tossing and turning, staring at the ceiling, unable to get more than a couple hours of shuteye.The more you worry about not sleeping, the more your mind races, and next thing you know, the sun is peeking through the window.I’ve spent one too many nights this way and needed to put an end to my poor sleeping patterns. I came across this delicious tea recipe and it improved my cycle completely.Irregular sleeping patterns or even insomnia can stem from several different things like depression, stress and anxiBAD.

Almost every night, I would get into bed and my mind would be racing. Whether I was thinking about work, family, or simply the things I needed to get done the next day, I just couldn’t allow myself to relax. If your mind is active, chances are you won’t fall asleep.

Certain medications can also cause insomnia. Pain medications, antihistamines, and heart and blood pressure medicines are among the many that contribute to sleep loss. Yes, some meds might actually make you drowsy at first, but they can also trigger frequent bathroom trips or anxiety which can further disturb your rest. Whether it’s one of these issues or maybe it’s that you’re addicted to your phone when you should be sleeping, something needs to change.

BANANA TEA

Using only a couple items that are likely already in your kitchen, you can whip together a banana tea in no time!This organic, banana-infused sleep remedy works wonders and tastes so good. How does it work?Bananas, especially the peels, are loaded with potassium and magnesium.

While magnesium helps prevent sleep disturbances, both magnesium and potassium work together to help relax muscles.In fact, magnesium is one of the best minerals for relaxation!
Keep in mind, this recipe calls for 100% organic bananas. Bananas that are not organic are loaded with harmful pesticides and since we encourage you to eat the boiled peel, it must be chemical-free.This tea takes less than 10 minutes to prepare and can be enjoyed every night before bed.

INGREDIENTS
– 1 organic banana
– 1 small pot of water
– a dash of cinnamon (optional)

All you need to do is cut off both ends of the banana and place it, peel and all, into boiling water.Boil it for around 10 minutes.Using a colander, pour the water into a mug.

If you’re feeling adventurous, sprinkle the cinnamon into the tea. Drink it one hour before bed time.If you’re worried about being wasteful, you’ve clearly never had a boiled banana before! After the banana has been boiled, sprinkle some cinnamon over it.Eating the warm, gooey fruit and its peel along with the tea will increase its soothing effects…

Not to mention it makes a yummy dessert!

WHY SLEEPING PILLS ARE BAD

Out of despair, many of us have resorted to sleeping pills and with almost half of the American population suffering from insomnia or poor sleep, it’s no wonder. But here’s the thing: sleeping pills cannot help you long-term. They provide a short-term fix.The majority of sleeping pills are a specific type of drug that induces and maintains sleep.

They’re classified as something called sedative hypnotics. Among other sedative hypnotic drugs are benzodiazepines and barbiturates. Benzodiazepines—like Xanax and Valium can be addictive and are used to treat anxiety disorders by increasing drowsiness.Barbiturates depress the central nervous system are used as anesthetics and sedatives.

As with all drugs, there’s a list of side effects that accompany sleeping pills. Aside from the likeliness of them being habit-forming, they can cause the following:

– Constipation
– Dizziness
– Difficulty focusing and remembering
– Stomach pain
– Weakness
– Uncontrollable shaking
– Parasomnias

Sleeping pills also cause your breathing rhythm to slow down and significantly lighten. This means that if you’re already suffering from lung diseases like COPD or even asthma, these meds can be dangerous and even fatal.
HOW SLEEP DEPRIVATION AFFECTS THE BODY

Getting less than eight hours of sleep is bad for your body. When I found out the consequences little to no sleep had on my body, I panicked! When your body doesn’t get enough rest, generally less than eight hours, it suffers. Cognitive function your long- and short-term memory is seriously affected.Have you ever tried to focus on a task while running on zero fuel? I have and I know it’s near impossible.Processing even the simplest things seems challenging and your emotional responses to things become totally skewed. The scariest part is that sleep deprivation has been linked to serious health problems including obesity, diabetes and cancer.

It’s important to figure out why you’re not sleeping the way you used to and work on fixing it. I now look forward to this tea each night; it’s 100% natural, it smells and tastes great, and it has worked tremendously for me.Dr. Oz had an episode for natural remedies for insomnia.

Banana tea was mentioned and I thought I would do a taste test to see if I would “Love it, or leave it alone.”


Source: Davidwolfe

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Why you need to bath every night before going to bed


1. It helps to prevent body odour

Excessive sweating has been one of the leading causes of body odour. So, one of the best ways to eliminate body odour is to ensure you take your bath every night before going to bed. Going to bed with a good body odour also helps to set the mood for a good night sex.

2. It helps to eliminate anxiety

Bathing at night helps to take away all the stress of the day out of your body. Research from the journal of complementary therapies in medicine found that soaking in warm water daily for eight weeks is more effective at easing anxiety than a prescription drug.

3. It cures body itching

A combination of heat and sweaty body can cause itching. The best way to get rid of this itching is to have a night bath.

4. It enhances good night sleep

Many of us tend to put the air conditioner on and then the sheets get cool and cofy but this triggers a temperature, and then signals the body to produce melatonin which induces sleep, that’s why taking a warm bath before going to bed is a good call. It temporarily raises your body temperature after which it gradually lowers in the cooler air, cueing your body to feel sleepy.

5. It makes your brain settle down

You know that feeling you have after taking your bath at night? That is exactly what am talking about.


Source: sunnewsonline
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Thursday, 14 September 2017

NDLEA Arrest 67 Persons for Drug Trafficking in Edo State

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Edo says it has arrested 67 persons for allegedly trafficking in various drugs in the state.

The Commander of the agency, Mr Buba Wakawa, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Benin. Wakawa said the suspects that comprised 47 males and 20 females were arrested in various parts of the state between July and August.

He also disclosed that suspected illicit drugs totaling about 779.572 kilogrammes were seized within the period.

He said about 45.5 hectares of land estimated to yield about 216, 835 kilogrammes of suspected cannabis sativa were also destroyed. Giving a breakdown of the figure, the commander said that about 114.75 kilogrammes of suspected cannabis sativa were seized and about 667.62 kilogrammes of the same substance abandoned by the owners were confiscated.
The commander said two grammes of Heroin; 26.1 grammes of suspected cocaine and 170 grammes of Psychotropic drugs were seized within the period.

He further said that one vehicle was seized during the period. Wakawa described cannabis cultivation as a major threat to food security, peace and development in the state, and appealed for the urgent intervention of leaders at all levels.

He said a cannabis survey was being conducted by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) under the European Union (EU) funded project in collaboration with the Nigerian Government and technical support from the Nigerian Air Force.

He explained that the exercise which was to access the scope of the problem in high-risk States had shown that what had been destroyed was “a tip of the ice berg”.

According to the commander, vast expanse of fertile arable land in the state had been completely taken over by cannabis cultivators. He, therefore, called on the State Government to declare a State of Emergency to effectively tackle the situation due to its security implications.

“The situation calls for a State of Emergency.

“Our operations are impeded by huge logistic constraints.

“Manual destruction of the farms is a far cry considering the magnitude of cannabis cultivation in Edo, besides the security implications, food shortage, unemployment, deforestation, environmental degradation and high rate of criminality all militate against good governance.

“The Agency cannot win this fight in isolation and l call on the state government to intervene in addressing the situation before it further degenerates,” he said.
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