Photo by Josh Willink on Pexels.com There was a very brilliant boy, he always scored 100% in science, got selected for IIT and scored excellent in IIT. Also, he went to the University of California for MBA, got a high paying job in America and settled there. Then he married a pretty girl, bought a … Continue reading Parenting advice
Day: February 7, 2023
Do you pray for believers?
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com "For this reason I too, having heard of the faith in the Lord Jesus which exists among you, and your love for all the saints, do not cease giving thanks for you, making mention of you in my prayers" (Eph. 1:15-16). Your love for other Christians is as much a mark … Continue reading Do you pray for believers?
PhD admissions at the University of Connecticut, USA
Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com PhD CANDIDATES' Recruitment at the University of Connecticut👇Research Interests: Modern power systems planning and operation High penetration level of variable renewable energy integration Electricity market Non-linear power optimization and simulation techniques Coordinated transmission and distribution systems Data analytics Dr. Wang is looking for highly motivated students for multiple fully … Continue reading PhD admissions at the University of Connecticut, USA
U.S. University waiving GRE and TOEFL for Nigerians
Photo by fauxels on Pexels.com AUSTIN PEAY University, CLARKSVILLE, Tennessee, USA Maths & Statistics: Currently accepting applications. (Predictive Analytics Concentration, Mathematical Finance Concentration, Mathematics Instruction Concentration) https://www.apsu.edu/csci/masters_degrees/ and apply for the Master's program in Mathematics. The department gives generous funding. You can still meet this Fall semester (2023) if you already have your WES evaluated transcript. No … Continue reading U.S. University waiving GRE and TOEFL for Nigerians
BREAKING: Angry Nigerians defy police threats, barricade Benin-Ore highway to protest naira and fuel scarcity
Some angry Nigerians have blocked the Benin-Ore Highway in Ondo State to register their displeasure over the scarcity of naira notes and fuel scarcity ravaging the nation. The protest which caused gridlock made travellers plying the route stranded. A cross section of the protesters attributed their actions to the frustrations being faced in the banks … Continue reading BREAKING: Angry Nigerians defy police threats, barricade Benin-Ore highway to protest naira and fuel scarcity
Ramaphosa: Zuma’s private prosecution is ‘unlawful, unconstitutional and invalid’
President Cyril Ramaphosa says the private prosecution which former president Jacob Zuma intends bringing against him has an ulterior motive and is unlawful. Last year, on 15 and 21 December, Zuma issued Ramaphosa with a summons accusing him of being an accessory after the fact, or alternatively, defeating the ends of justice. This related to … Continue reading Ramaphosa: Zuma’s private prosecution is ‘unlawful, unconstitutional and invalid’
HELICOPTER ATTACK: How sniper’s bullet killed SA Air Force engineer, wounded pilot in Congo
Sergeant Vusi Mabena, Major Omolemo Matlapeng and Captain Mathew Allan./Source: Facebook News24 reports that a flight engineer on a SA Air Force helicopter deployed to the Democratic Republic of Congo was killed after being hit with a single round, apparently from a sniper rifle. Sergeant Vusi Mabena was killed in the incident on the Oryx helicopter … Continue reading HELICOPTER ATTACK: How sniper’s bullet killed SA Air Force engineer, wounded pilot in Congo
Syria newborn pulled alive from quake rubble
Families wait through the rubble of buildings in Kahramanmaras, the quake's epicentre after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck the country's southeast, to rescue a newborn. The combined death toll has risen above 5 000 for Turkey and Syria after the region's strongest quake in nearly a century. Syria longs for international aid amid earthquake devastation The … Continue reading Syria newborn pulled alive from quake rubble
SO SAD: Footballer dies in mother’s arms on the way to a hospital
He had no last words, just last moments. He squeezed his mother’s hand and died in her arms. This is how Ruché van Rooyen, girlfriend of the late Stellenbosch FC soccer player Oshwin “Ossie” Andries (19), described his last moments before dying on the way to hospital on Saturday (4 February) evening. Van Rooyen said … Continue reading SO SAD: Footballer dies in mother’s arms on the way to a hospital
How Nigerians can protect survive inflation and scarce naira challenges
The saying “Cash is King” seems to be losing its validity in Nigeria. In the wake of the recent policy implementations, entrepreneurs need to make changes to accommodate these policies and cushion the effect on their customers and businesses. As of January 31st, 2023, the old currency notes of the N200, N500, and N1000 notes … Continue reading How Nigerians can protect survive inflation and scarce naira challenges
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