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How To Make Your Whatsapp Group Chat Very Active

Below are  9 tips that can make a group chat active;
Group Etiquette

1. Always learn to appreciate other people's posts, even if they are not your friend
It makes them feel important and encouraged to come up with something more positive.

2. Never run people down on the platform in a group chat
You will cause them to withdraw and will never come up with their objective views on issues.

3. When you see something you don't like from a member, inbox the person
Don't attack him/her on the platform publicly

4. Never insult or use unpleasant languages on members
 You expose your uncultured manners and attitude to people and may turn the platform to combat ground.

5. Be quick to say sorry and apologize when u have erred
 It helps to dose down the tension which your utterances must have created.

6. Don't try to enforce your ideas or suggestions on members Nobody has monopoly of knowledge, allow majority conclusions to prevail on issues.

7. Never settle scores with anybody on a general group chat
will give others the opportunity to take sides, thereby causing others to withdraw.

8. When anyone is celebrating, he/she may not need to be your friend before you celebrate with that person.
It's the spirit of brotherliness

9. Some have the gift of talking and others the gift of reading
Learn to contribute to the group... Even if it is just using the symbol 👍... It makes people know that you appreciate the group.

There are 3 types of posts you will always see on a group chat

(A) Offensive posts.. Don't attack the person, it could be a mistake, but you can attack the posts.

(B) lnspirational/educative posts
Commend the person.. Don't just read and keep quiet.

 (C) Meaningless/wrongly uninformed posts
Start by appreciating the writer, then correct the information, but don't hush  him up with condemnation.                                                           
🙏Be kindly affectionate to one another 🙏

Check Out The Original Meaning Of RAG DAY

Rag day
The OriGinal meaning  OF RAG DAY

The oxford dictionary states the word *rag* as an act of ragging esp extensive display of noisy, disorderly conduct carried on in defiance of authority.

Alternatively, its thought to be from Victorian era when students took time out of their studies to collect rags to cloth the poor I.e return their earned money to the poor.

Much more recently "Backronyms" have been invented for the rag to stand for "Raise and Give".

The first rag in South Africa was started at the university of Pretoria in 1925. The student took to the street in parade  that still exist today and known as precession.

In the united kingdom, rag day is an activity carried out by student-run charity organization.

Rag day or rag activities is a voluntary charity works in the form of fundraising campaign for the less privilege people in our society by Nigerian higher institutions.

But the above definition of Rag has gone to oblivion. Ragging as student like to call it in Nigeria is usually part of the student week when students especially fresher's adorn rag or dress in less sensible manner and storm the street in bid to raise fund for charity. But unfortunately the *Charity* has been thrown into the dustbin and make my pocket rich, has been introduced by the student. The students see it as a means of getting money from the public to enrich their pocket and forget the meaning of the activity.

May I also remind you that, when you dress in the less sensible manner you represent the less privilege. But who cares for the less privilege today?. The funniest is that even persons that are not students join in the ragging activities because it sole purpose has been defeated.

Nigerians are good in emulating but abuse and throwout  the true meaning  of what they have emulated.

*Let's go back to the ancient days.*
*Let's keep to our emulation.*
*Let's do what we represent.*
*Let's play according to the true definition.*

FUTO Awake Night | Genesis Cinema Live In FUTO

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It's with great pleasure I'm giving out this good news. For the 1st time ever, Genesis Cinema of Shoprite will be brought down to FUTO.

This event is tagged FUTO Awake Night.
This is a great news for movie lovers and cinema goers.

🔥🔥🔥There's a reason you must want to attend this event
🔵Maybe to watch BLACK PANTHER

🔵Maybe to experience the HORROR MOVIE

🔵Maybe to watch your ARTISTS PERFORM

🔵It's on a Weekend so Maybe to Relieve FUTO TEST WEEK stress

🔵Maybe to enjoy UNLIMITED COMEDY with MC the PREACHER ..and  DANCE and DANCE and ROCK AWAY with DJ KIZZY and DJ MEKS all niqht after the Movie.

It's going to be VIRAL
It's going to be very CONTAGIOUS
It will INFECT

Date: 16th March, 2018
Venue: SOHT Theatre, behind Optometry Building.
Time: 9pm

tickets will be sold at the venue 
Spread out the good news!! 

Students In This Country Are Being Paid About $1000 Monthly Just To Attend University

In Denmark, the government  pays its students to go to school.
In the U.S., numerous students  pay upwards of $60,000 every year for school.

Headline news

As per a report in the Washington Post, under the Statens Uddannelsesstøtte program, all Danes beyond 18 years old are qualified for financing from the state for up to six years for post-auxiliary instruction. Each understudy who doesn't live with their folks gets around 5,839 Danish krones (about $1000) every month, and they don't have to pay the state back — regardless of whether they drop out of school — as indicated by the Post. High-performing understudies have considerably all the more subsidizing openings.

While American understudies lie helpless before a national educational cost weapons contest and struggle with the possibility of long lasting obligation, Danish understudies can pick their courses and vocation way without monetary nervousness. Denmark ought to be a case for U.S. policymakers as they think about how to address the increasing expense of advanced education.
The way it works: The SU monthly stipend is a product of the Scandinavian social democratic model, which uses exceptionally high tax rates to finance robust social services from childcare to state-of-the-art public transportation. Denmark tops the charts among the affluent countries in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development for its personal income tax rate on its highest earners — around 60%
"The aim of the support scheme is to ensure that it is not the social and economic standing of potential students but abilities and interests that decides about educational success," Mads Hammer Larsen, a press spokesperson for the Danish Ministry of Education, told the Post.
Conservative critics of Denmark's model for financing higher education have argued that the generosity spoils students, leading them to fixate on the comforts of a meaningful career at the expense of the job market. Enrollment for engineering is about one-third of the average for members of the Organisation for Economic  Co-operation and Development, and arts and humanities programs are widely popular, according toAgence France Presse. But Denmark's youth unemployment rate is in fact lower than most of Europe's, as well as the U.S. rate, as the Post notes. 
There is scant evidence that making college a comfortable financial experience is destroying the next generation of Danish workers. In fact, given its high educational performance stats, it seems that graduates are entering the workforce quite well.
A nation of debtors: The Danish model and the American model are universes apart. A 500% increase in college costs in the past 30 years has caused both prospective and former students to contemplate higher education through a new lens that.

While Danish graduates are largely debt-free, about 70% of 2013 American graduates left college with an average of $28,400 in debt, according to a 2014 report by the Institute for College Access and Success reported by U.S. News. Among public colleges that it classified as high-debt, average debt levels ranged $33,950 to $48,850; among the nonprofit colleges it ranked high-debt, money owed was between $41,750 and $71,350. 
This map from U.S. News shows the average student loan debt by state:
In 2014, the rate at which students defaulted on their loans was 13.7% — down one percentage point from the previous year, but still extremely high. Default rates are a useful measure of insight into both the usefulness of a degree in the job market and the imbalance between cost of education and the returns provided on that investment.
About 40 million Americans hold a combined $1.2 trillion in student debt. For many, the costs are personally crippling — the interest rates on high sums make repayment a Sisyphean task. Others will manage to pay (over the course of decades) but be significantly less likely to make bigger investments in things like housing that have been essential to the postwar American economy. And the reality is that college is still a worthy investment as a means for attaining higher pay and a better job. 
But more and more disillusioned workers are looking across the ocean to see high-quality education for little or no cost, and beginning to ask if any of the mess they find themselves in is necessary at all.

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