#HistoryToday : The Rise and Fall of Notorious criminal, Lawrence Anini

The story of the Notorious criminal, Lawrence Nomanyagbon Anini. For  those that  grew in the 80s, the name Lawrence Nomanyagbon Anini can never be forgotten as one of Nigeria’s most notorious armed robber who reigned supreme in the defunct Bendel State (now Edo and Delta State). Anini also known as The Law, reigned terror in the 80s and was so bloody that his matter was even discussed at the State Security Council meeting in the General Ibrahim Babangida’s regime. Born in 1960 in a village about 20 miles from Benin…

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Learn a Skill Today, Become a 3D-EPOXY flooring expert

Sponsored post : There’s a golden opportunity ready to be grabbed by people who are passionate about learning new skill or changing their financial status for good. PivoHomes Ltd, a registered estate agency management company in lagos,Nigeria is ready to help as much ready people as possible with this mouth-watering skill in the month of May – June, 2022. The company is embarking on an intensive 3D-Epoxy flooring training.   Do you want to learn how to become an expert in this modern and trending 3D-EPOXY flooring? Do you want…

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History : 92 DAYS IN POWER, Dr. A.A. Nwafor Orizu, GCON, as Acting President of Nigeria

92 DAYS IN POWER, Dr. A.A. Nwafor Orizu, GCON, as Acting President of Nigeria (Excerpts from page 5 to 10) History is one of the most important subjects to be taught to younger ones while in school to enable them understand where they are coming from and where they are headed. Unfortunately, in Nigeria, History has been expunged from the curricula probably in a bid to prevent the younger ones from knowing the ugly paths the country had been through. Below are the brief history of Dr. Nwafor Orizu, the…

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Beautiful Story of a man whose love story defines what true love should be (pictures)

Sometimes, we become very intentional in picking up some stories we share in a bid to inspire others. Everyday isn’t about sad stories of killings and government’s ineptitude, today is about the amazing story of a young Nigerian of Igbo descent who found love, believed in love and allowed love to help him achieve his dream regardless of age dispa Read below the story of Mazi Muffassa which jkcyno news found worthy of sharing as against the story he was replying…. I met my wife when I had nothing, I…

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“Mkpulummiri”, The Dangerous Drug Destroying South East Youths

What is Mkpulummiri? We have received over 100 messages from our readers in the southeast asking us this question. What is Mkpulummiri?? Mkpulummiri has become a serious issue in the southeast with thousands of Igbo youths addicted to the drug. Mkpulummiri is the Igbo slang name for a very dangerous hard drug called Methamphetamine or Crystal Meth. It Looks like Ice Block and can be blue in color sometimes. Mkpulummiri is known by experts to be one of the hardest drug addictions to treat. It is very addictive and affects…

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Landlords And Tenants’ Rights In Nigeria

The Nigerian law is all-encompassing and people-welfare oriented that the law went on to provide an avalanche of rights, duties, and privileges for both parties.  The law defines the rights, duties, privileges, powers, and remedies open to both tenants and landlords. Here are some of the rights open to Tenants and Landlords as covered by the Tenancy Law in Nigeria, today. RIGHT TO ISSUANCE OF RECEIPT OF PAYMENT The receipt of payment is an acknowledgment from a Landlord or an Agent that a rent payment has been made by a…

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Wednesday Motivational : You’re your Habits

You should constantly remind yourself that you’re your habits. You can’t pray it away. One reason you must create a good habit and live with it. Good habits are difficult to acquire, but very easy to live with it, i bet it. Very few people build : Healthy dieting habit Reading habit Exercise habit Journaling habit Self-examination habit Meditation habit Prospecting habit etc That is why few people are at the top. These habits are not easy to build but they are worth it. On the long run, sure, you…

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N-Power Video aid for Batch C members

The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs has released a short directive video of Frequently asked questions, FAQ to aid the prospective batch C entrants of N-Power scheme, Jkcyno reports. We observed that some of the Batch C members of the N-Power intakes are experiencing some sort of glitches in their registration for the online tests, hence this video was set aside to offer some help. Watch video below. Watch: #Npower Batch C – Frequently Asked Questions. pic.twitter.com/oF3m8E7lo2 — Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs (@FMHDSD) March 19, 2021  

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History : The coup, pogroms and Civil war in Nigeria

On January 15 1966, Nigeria suffered its first military coup. The military coup was erroneously tagged an Igbo coup because most of the coup plotters were Majors from the East (even though most grew up in the north and spoke Hausa better than Igbo), and in July 1966, there was a ‘rematch’. Aggrieved northern soldiers who felt they needed to avenge the death of their top soldiers and politicians killed in the January coup started to threaten mutiny. The suspicion was aggravated by the infamous Unification Decree; Decree 34 announced by Nigeria’s…

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STEP BY STEP PROCESS OF BECOMING A UNITED KINGDOM REGISTERED NURSE (UKRN)

Migrating to the United Kingdom to practice as a professional Nurse could be easier if you follow these steps below and don’t forget to shut the gate once you leave the country so mosquitoes wouldn’t enter… 😂 STEP BY STEP PROCESS OF BECOMING A UNITED KINGDOM REGISTERED NURSE (UKRN) ▪️Get an international passport ▪️Take a test of English – IELTS or OET ▫️IELTS (75-79k)- Minimum of Listening-7.0, Writing- 6.5, Reading- 7.0, Speaking- 7.0 and Overall – 7.0. ▫️OET (about £333)- Minimum of Reading- B, Writing- C+, Listening- B, Speaking- B.…

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