Exclusive Interview With Team MCC (Aluta Pen Down '17)

Today we will be interviewing an aspirant for the post of secretary general in federal university of technology, Owerri SuG. He goes by the slogan "ALUTA pen down". Our conversation with him have been made available for you all below. 
In case you want to ask him any question, just drop your comment and you'll be replied as soon as possible.

Dominzy: Good morning sir!

M.C.C: Good morning

Dominzy: How are you today?

M.C.C: I'm fine, thank you.

Dominzy: OK, Can you please tell us your name

M.C.C: my name is Martins Chima Chukwuebuka

Dominzy: Where are you from?

M.C.C: I'm from Orlu LGA in Imo state

Dominzy: What department are you in?

M.C.C: I'm in Project management technology (PMT) 300 Level

Dominzy: Can you briefly tell us about yourself. Who is Martins Chima C.?

M.C.C: Martins Chima C. is a guy that strongly believe in serving people. I'm not a politician but I have the spirit of leadership in me. I am a type of person who believes that being a leader means you have to serve the people and not just being their boss. That's all I can say for now.

Dominzy: Why do you think you should be elected at the secretary general?

M.C.C: There are many reasons why I should be elected as the Sec. Gen. Like they say, politics is a dangerous game and I personally don't like involving myself with anything that will tarnish my image.  Though, looking at what is happening presently in the academic system of FUTO, you will notice that the cordial relationship between the management and the student is no longer there and that is why I, Martins Chima C. will take it as one of my agenda to at least find a way to restore the relationship between the management and the student. This is one of my agenda amongst my numerous agendas. With this position I can help in reaching out to the management by penning down our problems.

Dominzy: What qualifies do you possess that makes you stand out amongst other aspirants running for the post of Secretary General?

M.C.C: One of the qualities I have is leadership skills. Leadership has been in my gene right from primary school, throughout secondary school where I was the school prefect and right now in the university, I'm a Course Rep. So I have seen the needs and problems of the Nigeria students and when elected I have to beg the management to assist in solving those issues for Nigerian students.

Dominzy: What do you consider to be your best strength?

M.C.C: What I consider to be my best strength is my leadership experience. I have been a leader from my primary school up till today. So, my central knowledge is enveloped in leadership. Before others will start developing ideas in solving problems, I, having been in the leadership positions will be steps ahead of them and push Nigerian students to a greater level.

Dominzy: Do you see yourself winning this election and why?

M.C.C: Yes. I see myself winning 100% because I believe good things comes to good people. I have good agendas and I believe that both the Nigerian students and the school management likes good things.

Dominzy: When you eventually become the secretary general, how will you help in solving the current numerous problems in the school hostels?

M.C.C: OK. Like I said earlier on, one of my agenda is to bring back the relationship between the school management and the students.  When we the students have good relationship with their school management, they will always like to help us whenever we encounter problems. I will help in penning down to the management to come to our rescue.

Dominzy: What challenges are you facing as regards this election?

M.C.C: I am facing Challenges like combining my Lectures and reaching out to people for the elections altogether. it has not been easy to me but all thanks to God

Dominzy: SECret in my GENe, what is it all about?

M.C.C: It means I have the charisma the guidelines on how to handle the post of SUG SEC GEN  if I am elected as the SEC GEN

Dominzy: What message do you have for FUTO students reading this interview?

M.C.C: What I have to say to FUTO students is that I am saying I'm the best candidate, but I know that I'm better than the rest and I want them to believe that "Hoc es verum et nihilinisi verum" which means whatever I'm saying here is the truth and nothing but the truth. So I want them to join Team MCC in working together just to see that there is betterment in our generation because Team MCC have the SECrete in our GENe.

Dominzy: Okay, that will be all for now. Thank you so much for the wonderful time.

M.C.C: It's my pleasure.  

Whatsapp Live Location Sharing: The Latest Added Feature On Whatsapp

Out of all of Facebook's various properties, WhatsApp definitely isn't the fastest when it comes to adding new features or catching up with competitors in that regard. But it does still launch new functions from time to time, and today we're talking about live location sharing.
This has been seen before in apps such as Google Maps and even Facebook Messenger - the launch in both of those cases happened back in March. Seven months later, the feature is finally ready to be added to WhatsApp

It will be rolling out "in the coming weeks" in the chat service's Android and iOS apps. Live location sharing is end-to-end encrypted and you can control who to share with and for how long. You're also able to stop sharing at any time.
To start live location sharing, open a chat with the person or group you want to use it with, choose the Attach button then Location - the new Share Live Location option is what you want to pick of course. Choose for how long you want to share and tap Send. That's it.
If you're sharing to a group chat, every person in that group will be able to see your real-time location on a map. And if more than one person shares their live location, all of their whereabouts will be visible on the same map for added convenience.

Whatsapp Plans To Introduce Group Voice Call

GROUP VOICE CALLS will be one of the next features!

Unfortunately there is actually nothing that we can show you as above mentioned, seen that WhatsApp is internally working on it, but when WhatsApp will add something more that will be possible to show, we will immediately publish all screenshots and information.
We can already tell that, seen that this feature requires a lot of development, it will be available for the next year, so don’t expect too much to see this feature in WhatsApp soon. WhatsApp has other priorities right now, for example the imminent RECALL release.

Easy Steps On How To Check FUTO POST-UME Result

Good news for all prospective students of FUTO that sat for the POST-UME exam. It's a great thing that the result is out. Below are the outlined steps on how to check the result.


1.CLICK http://portal.futo.edu.ng/CheckPostUTMEResults.aspx




If you have any issue while checking your results or you have questions to ask, just kindly comment below. 

Happening Now: Nigerian Soldiers Are Forcefully Injecting School Children In Anambra


School children are on the run for their dear lives.

Relating to the forceful injection of pupils by soldiers, An unconfirmed rumour of Monkeypox being spread by Soldiers, has caused the entire people of Anambra State to be in gross fear and panic.
The rumour which started this morning made so many schools within the state to either close down their school gates or allow parents and guardians to take their wards home.
One of the secondary school teachers in Awka who pleaded anonymous, said she got a call from a parent telling her of the latest development within the state.
Another teacher she heard that Soldiers are moving to schools immunising school children with Monkeypox virus in a part of the state.

Some others who spoke with our correspondent said they heard that there is great unrest in Oba, Nnewi, Onitsha, Awka and so many other towns within the state.
As at now, the rumour of the Monkeypox immunization in the state being led by soldiers is yet to be confirmed.

FUTO Hall C Week/ Beauty Pageantry and Award Night

Hall C government / Office of D. O. S. FUTO
Hall C Beauty Pageantry / Award Night


VENUE: Hall Of Mercy
DATE: Friday 13th of October 2017
TIME: 7pm (Red carpet)
9pm (Event proper)

Single: #300
Couple: #500


MC Preacher
DJ Smallz


Square Vibes


Dance Movement
Cute Dancers
Android Kid

_Event Highlights_

Beauty pageantry, Live music performance, Rap battle, Comedy, Dance battle, Awards etc.



Don't miss out

For ur tickets/enquiries call: 08032379493, 08131639264, 08068489235
View pics for more details. 

All You Need To Know Before Joining The Nigerian Army

Things You Didn’t Know About Those Commissioned Into the Nigerian Army

This article on the different commissioned officers in the Nigerian Army, will help clear the confusion lingering in the minds of civilians that want to take up a career in the Nigerian Army.

There are 5 types of commission in the Nigerian Army (NA) – Not Armed Forces.

They are:

1. Regular Combatant (RC). Training takes 5 years.

2. Short Service Combatant (SSC). Training takes 6 – 9 months.

3. Direct Regular Combatant (DRC). Now attained on conversion from DSSC.

4. Direct Short Service Combatant (DSSC). Training takes 6 – 9 months.

5. Executive Commission (EC). Training takes 2 – 3 months.

Details of such commissions are to be found in the Harmonized Terms and Conditions of Service (TACOS) for officers of the Nigerian Armed Forces but a summary goes thus: RC and SSC are combatants, trained to fight battles. Others are not meant to be combatants.

Both SSC and DSSC are of relatively short duration (not more than 12 years I think, excluding extension of service) and must convert to RC and DRC respectively to enjoy a longer career. Theoretically, RCs and DRCs can rise to become generals i.e Brigadier Generals, Major Generals etc. Remember the pyramid structure? The higher it gets, the smaller it becomes. In other words, many are called but only a few are chosen.

DRC’s are mainly professionals – surgeons, pharmacists, chaplains, surveyors etc. and are usually not found in the core combat arms of Infantry, Armour and Artillery but are to be found in the Army Engineers and Signals. EC’s are made up of former soldiers and do not usually exceed the rank of Major.

There are varying criteria for the various commissions. In reality, the advantage is more on the side of those who were originally RC,s than those who were originally SSC,s in terms of age, rank in the Nigerian army, numbers etc. However, anything can happen, for instance Lt. Gen. Ishaya Bamaiyi (rtd.) rose to become Chief of Army Staff (COAS), even though he wasn’t originally an RC.

Although DRCs may never become COASs or General Officers Commanding (GOCs), they can apart from being Staff Officers also hold command posts in corps or services in which they predominate. These include Education, Medical and Finance among others.

Life in the Army here in Nigeria can be promising, particularly now that efforts have been made to consolidate emoluments, but achievement of success or wealth in the Army (here in Nigeria as well as is in other countries) is a product of motivation and determination. If you want to live well, you will. If you don’t, you won’t. The choice is really yours! For RC or DRC, minimum years of service is about 15 years and life as a cadet can be quite strenuous.

Generally, training is in the Infantry Corps Centre and School (ICCS), Jaji, Kaduna State. As for the DSSs and ECs, their training is usually less strenuous, not as in NDA where RCs and SSCs are trained. Cadets are usually humorously welcomed with the euphemism, “Unfortunate Nigerians, you will nearly die but you will not die!” But you should survive if you are physically fit after all, many have gone before you.

As a cadet, you are entitled to allowances which may not really cater for your family if you have one but could go a long way to help you sustain yourself.

If you wish to obtain more information on the Nigerian Army and the types of application forms available, you can check with the Army Public Relations Department in any military barracks near you.

For RC, you need at least 5 credits including English and Mathematics. For SSC, DRC and DSSC, you must be a graduate. Lawyers in the army are usually found in the Army Legal Services and the Military Police. They can also be found in lesser numbers in other corps and services.

As for your private practice, it all depends on what type but you won’t be expected to have your private practice as a lawyer alongside your military career.

Lastly, it is also noteworthy to say that the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) now offers some post-graduate courses for those in the military as well as for those not in the military.

Young Boy From Sokoto Sets New Record At NDA

Bature practically swept all the awards on offer during the Passing out Parade at the Nigerian Defence Academy, Kaduna. He was so outstanding his statue was unveiled to perpetuate the memory of his sheer brilliance, focus, hard work and exceptional life of discipline.

According to military sources, by having his life size statue erected at the NDA (a relatively new tradition in the academy), he joins other exceptional cadets before him in the military Hall of Fame.

But he surpasses them all still: 2nd Lieutenant Ahmed Buhari Bature has set a record that will be difficult to match, much less beaten.

22-year-old Bature, from Sokoto State, is described by officers at the NDA as charismatic, hardworking and highly disciplined.

When a child does well, the whole village celebrates him. An elated spokesman to Governor Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto State announced on Twitter and Facebook: “He won every accolade on offer. A statue was errected in his honor.”

Bature joined the academy in 2012 to study for a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in Computer Science. Through his consistent, sheer brilliance and discipline, he was said to have become a prep winger within a short time.

This means he was training other cadets who joined the academy for short service.

It is said that his going to England for further training at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst had to be deferred because he had become so valuable at training and mentoring other cadets.

He not only emerged the best in his department; in the final year of his training at the academy, he emerged as the Academy Cadet Adjutant (ACA).

The ACA, according to military sources, is the most senior/powerful cadet, and more or less the de facto administrator of his set in the academy. He oversees all the affairs of his (cadet) set and liaises with the military authorities in the academy on their behalf.

He is respected (indeed, feared) by his set and exercises vicarious authority on behalf of the military leadership in areas of discipline, welfare, training, drills and so on.

Usually, only cadets with exceptional all-round brilliance, and who have shown consistent promise (in all areas of training, academics, discipline, etc) are chosen as Academy Cadet Adjutant.

It is said that an ACA is a potential future Chief of Army Staff, and is so prized, protected and honoured.

As ACA (reportedly the youngest so far), Bature is said to have ‘administered’ over 2,300 cadets, possibly the largest ever in the history of the academy.

Saturday Tribune gathered from reliable military sources that Bature has, indeed, set a record as the first cadet ever in the NDA to have swept all the honours available the way he did.

Young Bature was said to have shone like a star during the Passing out Parade, as he was repeatedly called to receive awards.

Some of those awards include the ‘Indian Shield’, which is given to the best in cadet tactics; ‘Gold Medal Army’, which is given to the overall best among the army (cadets); and the ‘Golden Sword of Honour’, given to the best all-round cadet in academics, military courses, character and discipline.

The Sokoto State chapter of the National Youth Council is already celebrating him as a worthy ambassador for the youths, especially of Sokoto State.

A statement by the chairman of the council, Bello Bala Shagari, says Bature has become “a role model who has proven his worth and that of the young people of Sokoto State.

“We at the Youth Council believe that if the youth of Sokoto State are given the chance, such hardworking and excellent qualities that are inherent in our young people will come to light,” it state.

It then called on government of the state to continue the good work of identifying gifted young people of Sokoto State and honouring them in the best way possible.

“Insha Allah, we will all live to see 2nd Lt Ahmed Buhari Bature become a General in the Nigerian army; the kind of General that Nigeria and the world at large will be proud of.”

Angel Di Maria Sentenced To A Year In Prison

Paris Saint-Germain forward Angel Di Maria has been  sentenced to one year in prison and will pay a £1.76million fine after admitting to tax fraud in Spain.

The Argentine winger defrauded the Spanish government a sum of £1.14million during his four-year spell with Real Madrid between 2010 and 2014.

Di Maria according to SunSports made a deal with authorities to avoid a trial at the Spanish Supreme Court – which found Lionel Messi guilty of similar crimes last year.

He admitted to two separate counts of fraud – each of which will carry a six-month sentence – and will pay 60 per cent fine on top of his arrears, coming to £1.76m.

The Argentinian is unlikely to spend any time behind bars as sentences of under two-years are usually suspended, providing the convicted has no criminal record. Di Maria’s charges relate to the player’s image rights with Los Blancos in 2012 and 2013.

According to Madrid prosecutors, the former Manchester United star transferred his rights to an Irish company owned by super-agent Jorge Mendes, via another holding in Panama.

Cristiano Ronaldo, Jose Mourinho, Radamel Falcao, Ricardo Carvalho and Fabio Coentrao have all been investigated for related offences.

Barcelona ace Javier Mascherano also struck a similar deal do Di Maria’s earlier this year. Di Maria’s admission means he now avoids a high-profile court date.

Messi, also 29, and his father Jorge were each sentenced to 21 months in prison after being found guilty of owing £3.4m in tax payments in July last year. Ronaldo, 32, is due to appear in court on July 31 to face allegations he owes the Spanish tax man £13m.

The Real Madrid star faces no formal charge at this stage and is appearing in court as an ‘investigated person’ and could be fined as much as £37m if he is found guilty.

Commissions.ng Introduces The Student Package Which Costs Just N5,000!

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See Why These 5 Billionaires Still Drive Cheap Cars, Including Mark Zuckerberg

Very rich people fabricate their fortunes on savvy money related choices. Once those fortunes are made, however, they can stand to spend too much on things they don't generally require — like extravagance autos.

Here are five remarkably modest vehicles owned by five of the world's wealthiest people:

Warren Buffett

The CEO of Berkshire Hathaway is well-known for his frugal quirks . He never spends more than $3.17 on breakfast, and he lives in the same house he bought for $31,500 in 1958 (or $260,000 in today's dollars).
In 2014, he reportedly bought a Cadillac XTS, a car with a retail price of around $45,000. It was an upgrade from his previous car: a 2006 Cadillac DTS, which he decided to get rid of when his his daughter Susie told him it was embarrassing.
The business mogul justified the delay, as you might expect, pragmatically, telling Forbes: "I only drive about 3,500 miles a year so I will buy a new car very infrequently."

Mark Zuckerberg

The founder and CEO of Facebook, the world's largest social networking platform, is often seen driving a black Acura TSX, a car valued around $30,000 . He says he prefers the choice because it's "safe, comfortable and not ostentatious."
He also reportedly has a Volkswagen GTI , a car of
similar value.

Alice Walton

Heiress to the Wal-Mart fortune, Alice Walton is now the wealthiest woman in the world after
Liliane Bettencourt passed away this week. Her vehicle of choice is a 2006 Ford F-150 King Ranch , with a modest price of around $40,000
Her late father Sam Walton, the founder of Wal-Mart, drove around the 1979 version of the same truck until he died in 1992.

Ingvar Kamprad

Ikea founder Ingvar Kamprad doesn't like to spend money on what he doesn't need. He once claimed to save by only getting his hair cut when he's in developing countries.
In 2014, when he returned to Sweden after 40 years of tax exile, The Telegraph reported that he said on television, "If you look at me now, I don't think I'm wearing anything that wasn't bought at a flea market."
For two decades, he drove a 1993 Volvo 240 GL . He only gave it up recently when someone persuaded the now 91-year-old that driving it was too dangerous. Originally, the car was worth around $22,000 , but today, it wouldn't go for more than a few thousand dollars.

Steve Ballmer

The owner of the Los Angeles Clippers and former CEO of Microsoft has proudly driven Fords throughout his life because his father was a manager at Ford Motor Company .
In 2009, Ballmer was personally delivered a new Ford Fusion Hybrid by Ford's CEO at the time, Alan Mulally, in celebration of their one-millionth vehicle equipped with SYNC, an in-vehicle communications and entertainment system.
The car's original retail price was around $28,000 .

Sia Reveals Her True Face As She Abandons Her Wig

Sia usually prefers to hide her face under a fringed wig or hats so it was quite a surprise for many to see the superstar smiling as she walked through an airport today.
The Australian singer and songwriter left the the disguises at home while making her way through Los Angeles International Airport.

Sia, 41, flashed a smile for photographers as she strolled through the terminal, looking fresh faced and make up free.
Shunning the red carpet glamour some stars choose for the airport, the popstar was dressed in comfortable clothes for her flight, teaming a loose jumper with beige jogging bottoms.

Sia told James Corden at the start of the year she liked to keep her face hidden while performing in order to maintain an air of mystery and privacy.
While taking part in his Carpool Karaoke segment, she said: “I don't wear this unless there are cameras around. I only wear this to try and maintain a modicum of privacy.”
She added: "I was a singer for 10 or 11 years to mediocre success.
"I was an alcoholic and a drug addict, and I sobered up and I decided I didn’t want to be an artist anymore because I was starting to get a little bit famous and it was destabilizing in some way.

"I thought, ‘What doesn’t exist in pop music at the moment?’ And it was mystery!"
And in a 2015 chat with Interview mag, she added: "When people say, 'Show your face, you’re not ugly.' I want to say, 'I know. I’m not doing it because I think I’m ugly; I’m trying to have some control over my image. And I’m allowed to maintain some modicum of privacy.
"But also I would like not to be picked apart or for people to observe when I put on ten pounds or take off ten pounds or I have a hair extension out of place or my fake tan is botched.'"

How To Boost Your Facebook Organic Reach

It is safe to say that you are thinking that its difficult to contact your gathering of people on Facebook? Organic reach has turned out to be difficult to accomplish and Facebook advertisers are searching for inventive approaches to get their message seen.

About Facebook organic reach 

Organic  reach is the quantity of individuals who see your substance without paid dissemination. Then again, paid reach incorporates the general population who see your substance in view of paid advancements.

Measurements demonstrate that natural achieve fell by 52% of every 2016.

Two noteworthy reasons why there is an abatement in natural reach

There are tons and huge amounts of substance being created each day. There are more than 30 billion bits of substance distributed each month on Facebook.

Facebook new calculation gives client substance or news encourage in view of individual custom-made intrigue.

Methodologies to support your Facebook natural reach

Assemble your quality and specialist

Developing your quality is not tied in with expanding your page likes. The quantity of preferences on your Facebook page has no sign of how well your substance will perform. What happens is that you assemble enough specialist to manufacture a group of people that cooperates more with your substance.

You can guarantee this by pulling in the correct sort of individuals to your Facebook page. Arbitrary fans are pointless on the grounds that they won't draw in with you.

Distribute evergreen substance

Regardless of whether you will likely produce income or make mindfulness, giving new substance to your intended interest group is a capable apparatus available to you. The life of a post in Facebook news is subject to late occasions. In the event that you distribute immortal substance, your intended interest group will communicate with your post for longer periods.

Clergyman other individuals' evergreen substance

Content curation does not mean taking other individuals' work and making it your own particular yet sharing connecting with content from different systems to your own.

Utilize natural post focusing on

You can likewise focus on your natural post to ensure that you contact the opportune individuals. You can focus on your post to your significant clients in light of their sex, age, area or even intrigue.

Test your posting recurrence

Studies demonstrate engagement drops when you post over and over again. The general guideline is to keep it between 1-3 posts/day.

High JAMB Score Does Not Guarantee Admission Into University- JAMB Registrar

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board says that lone a blend of JAMB cut-off imprints, post-UTME, 'O' level outcomes and other affirmation criteria as dictated by universities can guarantee applicants' confirmation.

The JAMB registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, uncovered this at a serious preparing and sensitisation gathering on Central Admissions Processing System for the 2017/2018 scholastic session on Thursday in Abuja.

Oloyede said that scoring higher than the base cut-off imprints did not ensure affirmation, however it makes applicants qualified for confirmation thought.

He included that organizations decide the institutional, program and course cut-off imprints and other confirmation criteria in exercise of their self-governance.

As per him, the cut-off stamp by JAMB is just an edge underneath which no foundation can concede competitors.

"Frame is not an examination body; rather, it is a positioning body. On the off chance that there are sufficient spaces in the tertiary foundations, there may not be requirement for UTME.

"Support is a screening body to rank officially qualified hopefuls. It is an organizing and clearing house.

"The cut-off stamp is not a pass or come up short check. It is not the aggregate score but rather one of many factors, for example, post-UTME (where appropriate), 'O' Level outcomes scoring, and so on.," he clarified.

He included that managing organizations, for example, the National Universities Commission, National Board for Technical Education, National Commission for Colleges of Education, among others, could choose the confirmation standard for foundations.

He additionally clarified that JAMB acquainted CAPS so as with guarantee that each UTME competitor gets reasonable treatment.

Oloyede said with CAPS, hopefuls now have the decision to either acknowledge or dismiss affirmation offer.

He, nonetheless, exhorted possibility to guarantee that they demonstrate the acknowledgment or dismissal of affirmation on the web and opportune to empower the preparing of their confirmation.

He encouraged establishments to conform to their publicized criteria for affirmation, including the cut-off imprints.

Adjusted FUTO Academic Calender For Rain Semester

This is the adjusted academic calendar for FUTO students.

This calender was drafted after the suspended ASUU strike.

All FUTO students are hereby advised to resume school immediately as lectures have commenced and every lecturer is trying to cover his/her syllabus before the exam day. 

10 Equations That Changed The World


Newton's laws explains why the planet move the way they do, and how gravity works,  both on  Earth  and throughout the universe. First published in the principia in July 1687, the law of Universal Gravitation  was the defacto reference equation for nearly 200 years  until Einstein's theory of General Relativity replaced it.


Einstein's most famous undertaking is the  generally accepted theory on relationships  between space and time.  First proposed in 1905, the theory of Relativity has both radically altered  the course of physics, and deepened our knowledge of universe's past, present and future.


The ancient theorem  which was first recorded  570-495 B. C is a fundamental principle in Euclidean  Geometry,and the basis for the definition of distance between two points. Pythagora's theorem  also describes the relationship between the sides of a right triangle on a flat plane.


James Clerk Maxwell's set of equations  describes how electric and magnetic fields are generated and altered,  both by each other and by charges and currents . First published between 1861 & 1862 ,they are to classical  electromagnetism what Newton's laws of motion and universal gravitation are to classical  mechanics.


Rudolf Claudius' law states that the energy always flow s from higher concentrations to lower concentrations .it also states that whenever  energy changes or moves, it becomes less useful. Formulated in 1865, it has led  to the development of technologies like internal combustion engines, cryogenics and electricity generation.


Logarithms were introduced by John  Napier  in the early 17th century as a way to simplify calculations. They answer the questions "How many  X  number we multiply to get Y numbers? " Logarithms were adopted by early navigators, scientists and engineers. Today, scientific calculators and digital computers do the work for us.


The calculation shown is  the definition of the derivatives in differential calculus, one of calculus'two major branches. The derivatives measures the rate at which a quantity is changing.  If you are working  2km  an hour, then you will change your position by  2km every hour. In the 1600s Newton used  calculus to develop his laws of motion and gravitation.


This equation describes how the quantum state of a quantum system changes with time.  Developed by an Austrian physicist Erwin Schrodinger in 1926, it governs the behaviour of atoms and subatomic particles in  quantum mechanics. Schrodinger  equation paved the way for nuclear power,microchip,electron microscope and quantum computing.


This is a branch of mathematics  that studies the coding of information in the  form of sequences of symbols and the speed at which that information can be transmitted. Applications of topics within information theory include data compressing and channel coding. Research in the field was also instrumental in the development of the internet and mobile phones.


This is a branch of mathematics that studies  complex system whose behavior is extremely  sensitive to slight changes in conditions.  In essence,it shows how small alterations can lead to  consequences of much greater scale. Chaos theory has application just about everywhere e.g meteorology sociology, physics,computer science, engineering, economics, biology, philosophy. 

Go Beyond Blogging And Affiliate Marketing! Commissions.ng Is The New Way To Make Money Online

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1. Setting up a website including domain names, SSL, servers etc
2. Sourcing for products to sell
3. Work out logistics with shipping companies
4. Deal with customer care issues
5. Figure out pay on delivery and credit card processing issues.

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Check Out List Of Universities That Accepts JAMB Scores Below 180 For POST-UME Screening

With the reduction of 2017 cut-off mark to 120 for universities and 100 for polytechnics and Colleges of education, many candidates who have lost hope of gaining admission this year now have their hopes rekindled.

This means that with a low JAMB score, candidates can still gain admission. Interestingly, many federal and state universities that have released their Post-UTME admission screening forms have actually reduced their cut-off marks from what it was in previous years.
The purpose of this post is to make it easier for candidates with low JAMB scores to be able to know universities that can accept them for Post-UTME screening exercise.

The universities that accept JAMB scores below 180 will be listed here the moment they announce their Post-UTME screening details and cut-off marks.
This list will comprise just federal and state universities. Most private universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education have cut-off marks below 150.
At the moment, below is the list of universities that accept low JAMB scores for Post-UTME screening exercise.

IMPORTANT: It is advisable you do a JAMB change of institution to any of these schools you wish to apply to in order to stand a good chance of getting admitted. The JAMB Change of Course/Institution will be on till the end of admission.

Universities That Accept Low JAMB Scores For Post-UTME Screening

FUDutse 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Cut-off marks is 160-180
KUST 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Cut-off mark is between 150-200
FUOYE 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening & Registration – Cut-off Mark Is Now 150
FULAFIA Post-UTME Screening And Registration – 2017/2018: Cut-off mark is 170
UMYU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Cut-off mark is 170
NDU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening & Registration: Cut-off mark is 150
FUDutsinma 2017/2018 Post-UTME/DE screening & Registration: Cut-off mark is 120
Sokoto State University 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening & Registration: Cut-off mark is 140
FUAM 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening and Registration: Cut-off Mark is 170
CRUTECH 2017/2018 1st Choice Post-UTME/DE Registration: Cut-off mark is 150
FUOtuoke 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Cut-off Mark is 150
YSU Post-UTME Screening And Registration Details: Cut-off mark is 140
UNIMAID 2017/2018 Post-UTME/DE Screening And Registration: Cut-off Mark is 160
UNICAL 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration:Eligible JAMB Score is 150
EBSU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening Announced: Cut-off Mark -160
AAU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening And Registration: Eligible JAMB Score 160
AKSU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Announced: Eligible JAMB Score is 160
RSUST 2017/2018 Post-UTME Screening Announced: Eligible JAMB Score Is 150
EKSU Post-UTME/DE Screening 2017: Eligible JAMB Score Is 150
ABSU 2017/2018 Post-UTME Registration: Eligible JAMB Score Is 120 And Above

Good luck to all the aspirants. 

See The Top 20 "How To" Searched By Users On Google

We've all been there – you're sick and can't sleep so naturally, you start Googling your symptoms at 3am – only to find out that you're in fact dying.

Anyway, the Google Trends team has created a
site dedicated to analysing the most asked questions globally on the search engine – and some of the most popular 'how to' searches are surprising.
Google searches that begin with "how to" are on the rise, growing by 140% in the last 13 years and among those searches, it seems fruit flies are a worldwide problem and turns out there's a lot of people who don't know how to boil an egg.

In comparison to 2016, losing weight was in the top five last year and it's still Googled a lot now – but people are no longer Googling 'how to play
Pokémon Go' (so last year, literally) and 'how to vote for the referendum' for obvious reasons.

Check out the top 20 'how to' searches for 2017 below, and see how many you've been guilty of Googling...

1. How to tie a tie
2. How to kiss
3. How to get pregnant
4. How to lose weight
5. How to draw
6. How to make money
7. How to make pancakes
8. How to write a cover letter
9. How to make french toast
10. How to lose belly fat
11. How to write a resume
12. How to boil eggs
13. How to draw a rose
14. How to gain weight
15. How to get rid of fruit flies
16. How to tie a bow tie
17. How to make slime
18. How to love
19. How to hard boil eggs
20. How to get rid of acne

"Recently, we noticed that 'how to...' searches have increased by more than 140% since 2004," said Simon Rogers, who's Google's data editor.
"And much of that search interest is directed towards how to 'fix' things – whether it's a lightbulb, window, washing machine, or even the toilet."

Arsenal's Kelechi Nwakali Donates 73million Naira To His Former Academy

Nigeria U20 captain Kelechi Nwakali has donated the sum of N73million to the football academy he played for before signing for Arsenal.

The 20-year old gifted the ASJ Academy based in Eziobodo, Owerri the sum of $240,000, which amounts to N73.2million at the official exchange rate of N305.

“It was a rare gesture from him and the entire academy were appreciative of his generosity and humility”.

Nwakali has recently signed a one-year loan deal with Dutch club VVV Venlo, where he will spend the current season from English giants, Arsenal.

He spent the last season on loan at another Dutch club, MVV Maastricht, but played in the second tier of Dutch league football.

But he will now play in the top league with Venlo, who have also previously had Tijani Babangida and Ahmed Musa on their payroll.

Rhianna Regrets Giving Up Her Virginity

Rihanna while been featured on ELLE magazine has opens up about losing her virginity, wishes she can go back in time, to the day she lost her virginity, and change things.

The BBHMM singer, yesterday, launched the new collection of her Fenty makeup at the New York Fashion Week and on same day, revealed her latest feature for ELLE where she spoke 

with the magician David Copperfield.

When the magician asked her where she would want to go to if he made her disappear and reappear anywhere in the world, Rihanna said,
“Ten minutes before I lost my virginity…and I’m holding you to that offer. LOL.”’I w
Though she has never talked about her first s*x, the singer who is fondly called Bad Gal Riri, often spoke about her experiences with the opposite s*x, and kinky things she likes to 
experience during s*x.

“My first kiss was in high school, and it was the worst thing ever,” she had told Rolling Stone.
“He pretty much dumped his entire saliva glands into my mouth. It traumatized me. I didn’t kiss for, like, ever.”

I like to be spanked,” she continued.
“Being tied up is fun. I like to keep it spontaneous. Sometimes whips and chains can be overly planned—you gotta stop, get the whip from the drawer downstairs….I’d rather have him 
his hands.”

Also, in her previous interview with Vanity Fair, she talked about what casual s*x feels like.
“I am going to do what makes me feel happy, what I feel like doing,” she said. “But that would be empty for me; that to me is a hollow move. I would wake up the next day feeling like s–t.”
When you love somebody, that’s different,” she continued.

“Even if you don’t love them per se, when you care enough about somebody and you know that they care about you, then you know they don’t disrespect you. And it’s about my own 
respect for myself.

ASUU STRIKE: Committee of VCs Meets Concerning ASUU Strike

The Committee of Vice-Chancellors (VC) of Nigerian Universities met in Abuja on Thursday on the ongoing strike by members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and other matters.
The Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, Professor Muftau Akanji, who disclosed this in Minna on Friday, said the meeting deliberated on the ASUU strike and made recommendations to the federal government on the way forward.
Asked what the recommendations of the committee were, Akanji declined to give details of the suggestions, but said: “We asked that a middle way should be found into resolving the crisis.”
Akanji described the strike as “very unfortunate”, saying that the industrial action had come “when many universities are trying to stabilise their academic calendar. For us in the FUT everything would have been normal this year”.
He however pleaded with both the federal government and ASUU to settle their differences in the interest of the education sector, parents and students.

Learn How To Make 10,000 Naira With Just #500 Using ALAT By WEMA

How To Make  N10,000 With ALAT By Wema Bank

Follow the procedures below, I'm going to show you how to make cool cash using ALAT.

Steps to register:

Step 1: Go to Google Play store on your smartphone.

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Step 6: Boom! you're done, You have successfully opened an account

Step 7: Fund your account with #500

Step 8: Click on refer a friend on your dashboard.
 You will be given a referral code which you can also use in referring people.

Cash out
For every friend who joins ALAT with your referral code and funds their ALAT account with N500, ALAT will give you a token of N500 in return. When you refer up to ten friends who fund their ALAT accounts with N500 each and upload required documents, an extra N5,000 will be added to your account.

Advantages Of Having An ALAT Account
ALAT By Wema Bank will save you time with a simple account opening process.
It will help you put money away easily by automating your savings.
It will make sure your bills are paid on time with its scheduled payments feature.
They deliver a free debit card you can activate, lock and unlock from your phone to you anywhere in Nigeria.
You can also use your card abroad. All you have to do is click Card Control in the Cards menu, set the channels your card will work on and the country/countries where you will use it.
You can withdraw money from your ALAT account via an ATM without using your debit card.

How To withdraw money from an ATM without a card
Log into the ALAT app, click Send Money on the menu then click ATM Cardless Transfer.
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Scientists From Spain Turn Citrus Into Plastic

Researchers from the Catalan Institute of Chemical Research (ICIQ) have devised a way of producing plastics from citrus peel that could replace controversial chemical Bisphenol A, which has been found by several studies to be harmful to health.

Limonene is a colourless liquid hydrocarbon that is extracted from the oil found in citrus peel. Professor Arjan Kleij, who led the project, told Spanish daily La Vanguardia that the team was looking for a safer, more sustainable alternative to Bisphenol, which has been banned in a number of countries for its carcinogenic and hormone disrupting effects.

“My group has developed a catalytic process that allows the controlled coupling between carbon dioxide and limonene, both renewable substances, to form a polycarbonate which, compared to the current ones, is more sustainable, less toxic, and obtains from an abundant product in the nature and totally renewable,” Kleij said.

Bisphenol has been used commercially since 1957 and is employed to make a variety of consumer goods including water bottles, CDs and DVDs.
The new citrus polycarbonate also has better thermal properties than the present alternatives which means the plastics manufactured from it has a higher decomposition temperature that makes it safer for daily use.
And because it is made with natural compounds it is fully biodegradable.
Citrus bioplastics have already attracted a high level of interest from industry, including a company that manufactures coatings and adhesives destined for food packaging.

The team is now study more of the polymer’s properties – such as mechanics and resistance – in an attempt to find wider uses for it.

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