NRM Set To Launch #NotTooPoorToRun Campaign Ahead Of 2019 General Elections


In the face of various political activities ahead of the 2019 general elections, permutations have kick started as politicians and political parties strategze to either gain power or retain it.



While the money bags are busy spreading money here and there, the young emerging leaders are left with nothing but their dreams and sincere aspirations. The biggest challenge facing them is lack of funding for electoral consultations and campaigns. Reason why great minds with incredible leadership skills always shy away from politics because they think they do not have the finances needed to face the fraudulent money bags in the system. 
Most of the time these young leaders don't even have money to buy nomination forms which are always too exorbitant for the average Nigerian. This in itself is a deliberate plan by the old gladiators to keep recycling the themselves in the corridors of power. 
With the passage of the #NotTooYoungToRun Bill into law, the young and patriotic people of Nigeria are optimistic that the right time has come for them to take center stage in providing the leadership that Nigerians have earnestly waited for. With the challenges of financing ahead of them however, it became necessary that a step be taken that will activate the capacities of young people irrespective of their financial backgrounds. This is why the #NotTooPoorToRun campaign was initiated as an activation response to the #NotTooYoungToRun law.



The #NotTooPoorToRun campaign, an initiative of The National Rescue Movement (NRM) which will be officially launched in a couple of weeks, seeks to provide an enabling platform within the party for young aspiring leaders by granting nomination forms/tickets in all electoral categories free of charge to all aspirants in the 2019 elections. 



Addressing newsmen recently, the National Chairman of the party, Senator Saidu Dansadau said; 

"This initiative became necessary because if governance continue to remain in the hands of crooked money bags, then the hope of achieving a better Nigeria will remain an illusion forever. This is because humble, true and sincere Nigerians will never have the chance to serve their Nation politically".

2018 Post UTME: Current List Of Schools That Have Released Their Post-UTME Forms

Below are the current list of schools that have released their post-utme forms.  In case you see your school of choice, head down to the school's official website for the full detail about the post-utme Or you can just click on the school and you will be given the details.



Also don't forget to Download Post-UTME past questions for your school

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Download Post UME Past Questions For All Tertiary Institutions

You can now download the official Post UTME Past Questions PDF for All Tertiary Institutions. All Past Questions you see on this page have been verified by experts and we can guarantee that when you get it from us, it is the true original copy.



With the rate of fake materials all over the internet, we just had to create this system to make sure we verify all materials before we publish. This means that instead of us to distribute a false Post-UTME material, we would rather not publish the material entirely. You can trust us with that.

Just click the the link below, search for your school's post ume and download. 




DOWNLOAD ALL SCHOOL POST UME QUESTIONS HERE.

JAMB Upgrades Cut-Off Marks for 2018 Admissions into Universities


Reports reaching us suggests that JAMB has upgraded the Cut-Off Marks for Admissions into tertiary institutions as follows; Universities - 140, Polytechnics - 120, Colleges - 100, Institutes - 110. Please continue reading to see implications of this below.



There's absolutely no need to panic about the upgrade in cut-off marks. As we reported earlier, the schools are absolutely responsible for releasing the final cut-off marks for taking Post-UTME in the institution. This information will be released as the school is releasing information about their post-UTME.




This likely means that no school will be able to take any candidate, who scores below the minimum JAMB score as categorised above.

Education: General Post-UTME Dates for 1st & 2nd Choice Candidates

This is to inform you that the Vice Chancellors, Rectors of all tertiary institutions have agreed to conduct Post-UTME for 1st Choice Candidates between 2nd July to 16th October, 2018, while Post-UTME for 2nd Choice Candidates will commence between 17th October to 17th December.




If we are to interpret thes released dates literally, it simply means that all institutions will conduct two sets of Post-UTME Screenings. The first will be for those who selected the institution as 1st choice, and later, they will conduct for those who selected them as 2nd choice. No information was released about 3rd or 4th Choice Selections.
General Post-UTME Dates for 1st & 2nd Choice Candidates - Must Read
We're not certain how these institutions intend to manage these screenings, or whether or not 1st choice candidates have more quota than 2nd choice candidates.




We expect schools to be more transparent, and give explicit information about their conduct of Post-UTME Screening for this 2018/2019 session. They should be able to state whether or not they are conducting a separate screening for those who selected them as 2nd choice or not. This will help the candidates make better decisions on whether or not they need to change their institutions.
Please ensure you check Daily from now on, as schools are expected to rapidly release information, and this is the only website you can easily keep track of all schools.



Meanwhile, we got information that JAMB actually raised the 2018 Cut-Off for Entry into Universities to 140, while Polytechnic Cut-Off is now 120, and then 100 for Colleges. This information does not really have any significant impact as the respective schools are to give the final cut-off marks for admission, while releasing their Post-UTME Information.
This is all the information we have about this, so if you have any further information, please post it as a comment below.




6 Reasons Nigerians should visit Ghana

The West African countries of Ghana and Nigeria have an ongoing rivalry between them akin to that of siblings. From football, to politics, to entertainment, citizens of each country always want to demonstrate their superiority over the other, howbeit not in a hateful or biased manner. It is always more bants than facts. There have been several episodes, of ‘social media wars’ or ‘Twitter Fights’ between citizens of both countries that leaves us all clutching our stomach with laughter. Through it all though, it is obvious that it is all love and sport.



In this post, we attempt to give reasons why Nigerians, despite the rivalry with their Ghanian counterparts, should visit the Gold Coast. Just like Nigeria, Ghana is rich in history, mineral resources, culture, tradition and places of interest to see and visit.

Many Nigerians do not even know that in Ghana you have Hausa and Fulani speaking people like there are in Nigeria.

Cousins
Ghanians are like cousins to Nigerians. Visiting Ghana for a Nigerian is like visiting your cousins for holiday. There are lots you share in common, but somehow you all still do things differently. Case in point, the jollof. When Nigerians visit Ghana there is an air of familiarity about the place, some lingo and slangs are commonly used, but their pidgin is still very confusing.

Food
Shitor. Banku. Waakye. Jollof. The list is endless really. Ghanian cuisine can be a joy to experience and even though the eternal battle over whose jollof is better still rages on, no Nigerian should visit Ghana without tasting the jollof. Ghanaian food is actually so popular in Nigeria that there are bukas and restaurants in Lagos dedicated to selling just Ghanaian meals. The most popular among them is Ghana High.





Shatta Wale
Shatta Wale is Ghana’s biggest music sensation at the moment. And only recently he has had a war of words with Nigerian pop artistes on social media. As long as you are not one to take these things too seriously, visiting Ghana to see a Shatta Wale show should be on your list of things to do, at least that way you can see what the hype is about yourself and tell if he is as great as he says he really is.


Beaches
Ghana is blessed with such an impressive stretch of beach line. If you are tired of the Elegushi and Oniru beaches of Lagos, switch it up by exploring the coastline of Labadi and Kobrobite. If you are enthusiastic about wildlife, visit the Cocoloco beach where you would find turtles and a large number of river birds. Beach Resorts in Ghana are beautiful and spending a night or more in one of them would greatly enrich your Ghana experience. Hospitality in Ghana is amazing with big establishments and accra hotels offering top notch service to travelers.


Charle Wote
We have Calabar Carnival. They have Charle Wote. This annual street cum art festival does get bigger and better every year with amazing exhibitions, musical performances, art installations, food,  merchandise vendors as well as live music and dance that goes on well into the night. For anyone who enjoys having a good time, when in Ghana, Charle Wote is a must attend.



Nigerian Community
There is a perpetually growing Nigerian community in Ghana and visiting Ghana would definitely feel like home. It wont be long before you notice the familiar accent of a Nigerian, no matter where he is from back home and quickly tag them as your brother or your sister. Especially in Ghanian Universities where many Nigerians turn to as an alternative to schooling in Europe or right here at home.

How To Transfer Files On Smartphone Using UC Browser Mini

Dear DL readers,
In this awesome tutorial , I'll be teaching you guys how you can be able to transfer files like video, apps, music, image, etc from one phone to another using a very popular app called UC Browser Mini. 

UC Browser mini is a lite version UC Browser and it is popularly used by most people because of the fact that it consumes less space in your phone storage. UC Browser was mainly known for just browsing alone, but now it has gotten a new feature of being able to transfer files without data connection.




To be able to access UC Browser mini latest feature of file transfer, you must have updated it to version 11.2 and above as seen in the image below.
How To Transfer Files Using UC Browser mini 
1. Download the latest version of UC Browser mini, install the app and launch it



2. On the homepage, click on the 3 horizontal lines located at the extreme right side of the bottom page. A drop-up icon menu will pop out.
3. Among the listen icons there in grid format, click on "Downloads" icon.

4. On the Downloads page, you will see UC Share in blue colour located at the top right side. Click on it.




5. When you click on the UC Share, the result page will look almost like that of Xender. Different sections for Apps, videos, music, image, history and files.
The next step is to connect and share.

6. To connect with with the phone you want to share files with, click on any of the 2 floating widget titled Send and Receive and the bottom page.

7. The 2nd phone must also have UC browser mini installed on it.  The 2 floating widget act like that of Xender but opposite results. To create a connection, you have to click on "Receive" in which the hot-spot will be turned on and waiting connection. The 2nd phone will click on "Send" and it's Wi-Fi will be on and searching for available connections.
8. The 2nd phone then connects with the 1st phone, if successful, transfer of files can now commence.



If you encounter any problem while following the above steps, kindly comment below with ur problems and I'll swiftly help you out.

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Thanks. 

Cut-Off Mark For 2018 JAMB Based On Policy Meeting

The 2018 Admission Policy Meeting has closed, and this is what we could get from the Meeting as respects the JAMB Admission Cut-Off Marks for all Institutions. The JAMB Registrar elucidated that these are basically the base score any competitor must accomplish pick up passage into any school. I believe it's reasonable for still call it the "Pillar Cut-Off Marks".
Actually, these are not the exact cut-off marks for direct admissions. So JAMB pointed out that the cut-off marks are actually set by each institution. The cut-off marks are set by each institution, while releasing information on their Post-UTME.





Going by the mood of the meeting, we believe they are sticking with last year's cut-off. They pretty much sounded like we ought to have known. So basically we expect the JAMB cut-off into Universities to be 120, and that for Polytechnics & Colleges to be 100. The minimum score for innovative enterprising institutes would therefore remain at 110.
Basically, the ball is now on the School's Court. A university can either call for students whose JAMB scores are 120, 150, 180, 200, 220, etc, and above. It's totally up to the school. Some schools can even decide to set specific cut-off marks for specific courses. With JAMB CAPS, they can easily weed out candidates who try to violate the instructions.




Once there is any official release or statement (if any) confirming these JAMB Cut-off Marks, be rest assured that we will bring it to you here.
It is clear that FG & JAMB solidly endorse multi-levels of assessments, thereby endorsing Post-UTME for schools who wish to conduct them. This also means that after Post-UTME are conducted, you can expect Post-UTME Cut-Off Marks from each institution. This would finally be the Ultimate Admission Decider for any Prospective Student.




Now that the 2018 Admission Policy Meeting is over, we should expect schools to start releasing information about their cut-off marks, and application forms for Post-UTME. Ensure you visit this website daily as from today, so you don't miss important information coming from your school of choice

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