Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Our reward they say is in heaven,but who among them is ready to die? Are you ready to die? No! better.
Newly recuited Teachers and non teaching staffs of district two,three and four all in Maryland and district one,five and six in Osodi has been charged to embrace proffesionalities in their field of studies in order to train students.
The question is who among them is ready to train the students when the monthly numeration is not encouraging,yes!an average teacher receive at least 20,000,25,000 per month,is that encouraging?.
Well i hope the Teachers Salaries Scheme,TSS,they are fighting for will see the light of the day.What amaze me most is that teachers don't assist each other despite the forming of National Union Teachers,NUT,which they calm that they fight common interest,far away from it.
Even the Commissioner of Education has her own lapses on her path but she will never aspect that lapses because she herself assume that she is the Alpha and Omega of Education in Lagos State.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
In case you see them on the high road of the ever busy road of
This is coming forth as a result of the Federal Road Safety Corps,
Corp marshal and chief executive, Osita Chidoka, noted that the use of celebrity was due to their social responsibilities they have contributed to the Nation through music, comedy, acting and journalistic experience.
Out of the celebrity special marshals, only 18 celebrities were around, 3 were represented, 5 were absent which shows that many were called, few were crowned with special marshal.
Those celebrity marshals include Dayo Adeneye, Ambrose Somide, Bashiru Adisa, Azu Arinze, Charles Bruce, Adaure Achumba, Funmi Wakama, Ali Baba, Adewale Ayuba, Jimmy Jatt, Weird MC, Stella Damasus, Nigga Raw, Olumide Iyande, Funke Akindele, Seun Olagunju, Koffi Idown, Ademola Adeoye and a post mortal special marshal to late Momoh Kubunji.
Guess what CSM (Celebrity Special Marshal) as been added to their C.V, Curriculum Vital
Friday, October 16, 2009
The very first day I listen and watch save the last dance I taught if am wrong please correct me am holy enough to behold the burning desire in my hearth by stopping the quest from dancing, but my effort was stylishly abolished from the glance of my sight. Right from the DJ’s stand, the music as been littering the ground which arose to the imagination of the visitor which amounts to the sudden dancing steps displayed by individuals.
Wait a minute when the warming was passed not for the law makers benefits, but for individual benefit ‘don’t drink when driving’ in fact to smoke and drive, these are all for my benefit if only you think so. Oh I fill story for my friend “oh the drunkard” please not client the drunk. After the party my friend was drunkard, he asked me, I believe he’s not normal, but fortunately he himself believe he’s right when asking me the road that links to Ibadan express way when actually he was on the route in Ogba Bus-stop
Can someone brief me the duty of Nigerian Police Force, protection of life and property they say, but that was not the case of the man that was drunked after the party, when they willing stopped the drunked man and collected money and ironically the man was passed to find his route to his destination, is that man safe after the party?
Oh I’m virgin; I even taught that they were referring to virgin Atlantic Airways. No one tells you that she is a virgin until you witness after the party when the music is rolling especially when the light is switch off,then think of what will happen After the party what happen.
There come the visitor, that arrived Nigeria, in the busy street of Agege, Ifako-Ijaiye, Yaba,, oh I forgot the slumming area of Makoko.
Watch out! for the consequences of After the Party
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Measures are in line towards making Ejigbo Local Council Development Area (LCDA), getting a new look, and making it a tourist centre for observers.
Ejigbo local council development area chairman Mr Kehind Bamigbetun make this known while briefing news hunters during a media tour in every local council development area in Ejigbo.
Mr. Bamigbetun said that the measures in place for the community include the building of new primary schools, customary court, public toilet, canals among these rests of others.
Bamigbetun specifically pointed out that among the constructions going on is the Oke Afa canals and the drainage system. this will be a critical project and ambitious one of this administration due to the fact that the Lagos State intended to bring a ferry services that will begin from international airport and terminate at mile 2 and onward.’ if than it is ensure that there is regular flow of water into the ferry, the flow will be faster with that there will be traffic congestion on the road.
Another reason for the critical involvement of the project is the development of a tourist centre, bomb blast January 27 2002 where innocent soul lost there live, same spot were they buried. Therefore we intend to make it a attractive for tourist purpose.
Bamigbetun noted that the brain behind the construction is to make every resident in that areas reap the dividend of democracy and making fulfillment of his promises.
During the media tour, Engineer Oluyemi Akinsanya narrate how Orile Ejigbo looks like before embarking on the canal project and how his security(gateman)Mallam Alli lost his due to the heavy downpour of rain.
Engineer Akinsanya also complain about the improper cement and low quality of materials used by the contractors, which gave room for Bamigbetun urging the Ejigbo residents to report any contractor using inferior materials, challenging them to be a watchdog because it’s a collective communal project not government or individual project.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
A popular Ajejunle musician (Africa China) sang a song, ”Mr. President” ………Poor man way steal magi, den go show in face for crime fighter(EFCC)…..but Rich man way steal money den no go show in face for crime fighters.(there is no equality of Law in this country, a country where lawlessness parades the streets).
In an interview (GALAXY TV.) with the Senate President David Mark, speaking concerning the ASUU strike, He says” sympathy has been rather to them (Lecturers) by the messes if they don’t cancel the strike then they while loss sympathy from the public”. With such statement I’m totally disappointed in him.
It’s a shame on the Education Minister Mr. Sam Egwu, for not worthy to serve his follower brothers, i.e. educationist (Professors and Lecturers).They are on strike yet he his celebrating his marriage anniversary and birthday party. Is that a true leader? If at all he wants to celebrate his birthday, not at this point of ASSU strike. Imagine almost 120billion naira was spent.
That shows that the strike action only give impression that education is not a priority to the government. Do you now think vision 2020 and Millennium Development Goals (MDG’s) will see the realm of the sunlight? With their un-challant attitude toward education in the state.
What are they asking for, that the federal government can’t give, if a senator receive #53.1 million per annual, compare to a university professor #913,857.60 per annual.
Ironically Nigeria teachers are the only country that beg to be fairly rewarded here on earth rather than wait for all the goodies in heaven” how many of them will actually make heaven”.
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
President Musa Umaru Yar’Adua requested that the senate president David Mark and other senators should approve US$10 million grant to the Democratic Republic of Sao Tome and Principe in addressing their socio-economic problem.
Several crusaders have been embark on as to why the federal government should approve loan at this point of economy meltdown
Meanwhile in an exclusive interview with the Public Relation lecturer of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, NIJ Ogba Mr Jide Johnson with Gbemile Oluwatosin
Mr Johnson noted that Nation have to help one another, International cooperation between two nations, business must enhance debt and loan facilitation. What you have must be given to others who do not have. Doing this will help one another socio-economic matters.
Johnson noted that economy meltdown as one of those crises that will always occur at every stages of life by analyzing the way a particular country will handle crises at every point in time. Either at the beginning of a decade, century or tail end of a decade and century sighting examples of the Reagan Recession of the 1980’s, in Nigeria we have recession during Shagari’s era, Babangide’s era Structural Adjustment Programme (SAP) economic meltdown is cyclical in the sense that business are fluctuating closely in a particular industry that is to say there period of growth, decline and re-introduction. Meltdown or no Meltdown, that does not warrant any country to fold his hand by not investing in any other sectors or rendering assistance to the neighbouring countries.
He noted the implication of Nigeria Government not lending the money is that
Mr Johnson concluded on the issue by noting that
Friday, June 26, 2009
Thursday, June 25, 2009
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
This statement would be better if the minister of information and communication, Professor Dora Akunyili could stick to this little piece of advice the Nigerian are chanting towards her image, credible woman presume to be, mama no nonsense. She is not finding it easy to persuade a cynical public to key into her pet program of Rebranding Nigeria.
Recent, cynics find it difficult to believe how Akunyili’s program would be different from others in the past.
Research had shown that even though government’s image laundering project in the past have never achieved the set objective, they only created opportunities for publics officers involved in them to feed fat for public funds.
For instance Regime of Late General Sani Abacha became instant millionaires and billionaires through the project. President Olusegun Obasanjo in 2004 took Nigeria into another round of bottomless expenditure in the name of Nigeria Image Project, later renamed “Heart of Africa Project”. Although the Federal Government is not forthcoming on how much was wasted on the project between 2004-2008 going by media investigation, therefore we presume that several billions of naira had gone down the drain(empty achievement of government).
The minister has admitted, her comment “Actually, what we have in the 2009 budget is Heart of Africa. All we did was to change the name from Heart of Africa to Rebranding Nigeria campaign”.
Through public opinion sampling, we discovered that the Rebrand campaign is a project launched in haste.
What are we really Rebranding, Nigerian, but is there anything to Rebrand when people are yet to avoid three meal in a day, yet politicians(they are fake products) are embezzling money to their pockets
However, what is clear is no matter how beautifully coined, it cannot sell a country positively to the outside world
Monday, June 15, 2009
This story is intended to some reading about Lagos Adamu Orisha Festival.
Beyond reasonable doubt the day of performance of an Adamu Orisha play is unquestionably a very joyous day of splendor and gaiety, The trace of its public performance must be rooted in Legend, but those Legends are completely lost to history.The point of performance was at Oke-Ita(outside mount) that was the site where successive kings and Obas of Lagos State traveled to watch the Adamu Orisha Festival for many years before the middle of the nineteenth century staged at Agbadrigi(Badagry).
In order to view the performance, five days at least was set aside by everybody to participate in the early pilgrimage.
The Adamu Orisha Festival is by tradition staged in memory of a deceased person , but almost always a great occasion or even is usually chosen to perform the festival .Hence the staging of an Adamu Orisha is significant both for the greet occasion and the relations and friends of the deceased person being honored.
Several illustration sons and daughters of this country had been honoued with unique performances of the Adamu Orisha Festival.
Today the festival retains in its entirely the richness of the culture. the performers themselves derives considerable style of movement, acrobatic dancing and display of their masquerades. The Eyo wield a staff called opambata, which he uses and manipulate with peculiar skill and agility and only occasionally employs it to beat an erring bystander. He wears a headgear called Aga by ceremony .there are various Eyo GROUPS MAINLY Eyo Oloku, Eyo Oniko , Eyo Agere ,Eyo Ologede Eyo Alakete-pupa.its is noted that Eyo group must belong to a ruling house or chieftaincy family house.
The Eyo resound an UNCOMMON LANGUAGE i.e ventriloquial voice, suggesting that he was not human and also that he represents the spirit of a depar4ted person. The yorubas, believes inn the reincarnation of the spirit of their loved deceased ones, they believe that the spirit of their departed ancestors is always with them at all times ready to strike in order to protect them.
THE Eyo symbolizes the arrival on earth of the spirit, and whenever you meet Eyo and greet him with the word Agogoro Eyo! He is expected to answer Mo Yo Fun E, Mo Yo Fun Ra Mi, I rejoice with you I rejoice with myself.
Celebration of eyo festival
What a day to remember at the staging of the Eyo Festival in memory of the late illustrious son of Lagos State Chief Theopulius Otunba Shobowale Benson, at Tafawa Balawe Square, TBS, Mainland Lagos.
Lagos State Governor, Barrister Babatunde Raji Fashola,SAN, during the displaying of the Eyo noted that it goes beyond tradition culture but also expressing the life of late TOS Benson, noting that the life of TOS Benson shows that indeed he is an illustrious person.
Governor Fashola, noted that these has shown to the world that Nigerian culture is very rich.
Some of the dignitaries in event include the Oba of Lagos State Oba Aiyealuwa Chief Riliwan Akiola 1,former governor of Ogun State Chief Olusegun Osoba, former governor of Cross River State ,Dr Donald Duke, and the famous movie producer, director Tunde Kelani
Tourists around the world also witness the occasion of the Eyo Festival.
This was the report filed from the Deputy Governor, Plateau State Honorable Mrs Pauline Tallen. (OFR) during a seminar to mark the anniversary of JUNE 12 election, organized by the Organization for Christians in Democracy at Ikeja.
The Deputy Governor who was duly represented by the National Chairman on religious matters Rev. John Pofi. He noted that Nigeria was granted full independence in October 1960, as a federation of three regions (northern, western, and eastern) under a constitution for a parliamentary form of government. Under the constitution, each of the three region retained a substantial measure of self governance which actual gave the federal government exclusive power defense and security, foreign relations, and commercial and fiscal policies.
Rev Pofi, said politicians must ensure that they exercise the highest form of responsibility in serving the people who elected them; they must ensure good governance and shun corruption, nepotism.
He said election in Nigeria was described as a way of choosing credible leadership. In 1990 the first stage of partisan election was held at all local government level by gubernatorial and state legislative elections in 1991, turnout was low but violent was not find. However Babangida canceled primaries election scheduled for August and September 1992 due to fraud.
All announced candidates were disqualified, after delayed promises for election in 1990, the government finally held a presidential election on JUNE 12, 1993.In what most observers deemed to be Nigeria’s fairest elections which indicates that the businessman mogul Chief M.K.O Abiola won the election, but on JUNE 23, Babangida used his several pending lawsuits to annul the election put Nigeria into turmoil.
To the surprise of hearing General Babangida gave the reason why he annulled the 1993 election which produced a true democratic leader. He said he was compelled to nullify the election because of security threats to the enthronement of a democratic government at the time.
Babangida made this disclosure on a T.V program, Moments with Mo, anchored by Mo Abudu a broadcast on MNet channel of DSTV. He said the annulment was unfortunate and revealed that he launch a book on the saga soon ( how soon is the soon).
In his own contribution President of the Organisation for Christian for Democracy, Rev Taiwo Ajose urged all Christians to come out in mass and participate in political issues so as to move the nation forward.