Popular Nigerian comedian, Broda shaggi has reacted to the trending FUTMINA graduate who rocks the "cheated in every exam" shirt. After the case of the University of Benin student who wrote "aggressive malpractice brought me this far" on her shirt trended on social and was greatly condemned by the public, another graduate from the Federal University of science and technology, Minna, has taken a bolder step by wearing a shirt with a write-up " cheated in every exam" boldly written on it and taking a photo shoot which is now trending on different social media platforms.
A well known human rights activist, Aisha Yesufu has once again spoken. Aisha Yesufu is one woman who always speaks out when there is a need for her to do so. According to a tweet she made earlier today, she reacted to a certain tweet that was made by a certain twitter user who goes by the name, JFK, where a certain UNIBEN graduate, Peace Ufoma was ordered to rewrite all her exams starting from 200 level to the final year, for boasting after writing her final papers that "aggressive malpractice brought me this far."
Broda Shaggi React As A University Student Signed Out With "Cheated In Every Exam" Shirt Inscription
Nigerian comedian and skitmaker, Samuel Perry popularly known as Broda Shaggi has reacted to a viral photo making rounds on social media. In the photo, a final year student of the federal university of Minna (FUTMinna) was spotted signing out with a cryptic inscription written boldly on his white shirt.
There is this popular saying among Nigerian students “ school is sweet but exams isn't”. The statement depicts the struggle students go through in passing exams. Assessment period is the best time for some learners, while for other it's isn't. In every level of our lives we write exams either for academic purposes or careers.
Are you a Neco candidate? Are you writing biology practicals on the 22nd of July? If yes, you really have to read this article to the end. This article contains practical biology specimens which will be used during the Neco examination. Knowing and mastering these specimens will help you prepare ahead of the exams.
Education in Nigeria is governed by laws. Everything has its ways and processes. We all know what is required of any student who wants to advance from one stage to another. Like I said, there is no confusion anywhere, every stage in the process of the Nigeria education has it distinctive protocols which must be recognized.
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps have got to the final stage of their recruitment. They have shortlisted about 6,500 candidates out of 1.4 million for the physical screening. The recruitment would have been completed before now, but some factors had obstructed it. The process started since 2019.
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The third term unified Promotional examination in all public primary schools In Ogun State has Commenced. This is coming after the Eid-el- Kabir Holiday . Monitoring the smooth conduct of the examination in Abeokuta North and South local government area of the state is the Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board SUBEB ,Dr Femi Majekodunmi .
The Federal Government has decided to extend the deadline for data verification of the National Identity Number (NIN)-Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) until October 31, 2021. This is said in a joint statement signed by Ikechukwu Adinde, Director, Public Affairs, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), and Mr. Kayode Adegoke, Head, Corporate Communications, National Identity Management Commission (NIMC).
It is a well known fact that examination malpractices have become widespread in Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE). Why has the menace become difficult to curtail? Who does benefits from examination infractions? The National Examination Council (NECO) as well as other examination bodies devote a lot of resources to curtail cheating in their examinations.
According to reports, a group of bandits attacked a Secondary school in Kaduna and carted away wrapped examination question papers that were mistaken for bags of money. The incident occured at the Government Secondary School, Unguwar Sarki, Kaduna State on Friday. It was learnt that the students of the school were scheduled to write a National Examination Council (NECO) paper when the bandits invaded the school compound and demanded that the NECO supervisor hand over the packages.
Armed robbers have reportedly attacked Government Secondary School, Unguwar Sarki, Kaduna State, and took away packaged NECO examination papers, thinking it was money. TribuneOnline, reported that the NECO examination papers were meant for SS3 students who were about to write the National Examination Council of Nigeria (NECO) final year exam.
Nigerian Socialites and businessmen, Obi Cubana and Cubana Chief Priest, have become a case study in a federal university first semester exam. The examination papers have gone viral after seeing names of this two billionaires on it. It was observed that the examination was set by the Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi state.
No doubt education is the gateway of any nation. Education is the process and platform through which the young leaders of tomorrow are trained and transformed. For any nation to be termed as a great nation, it must give priority to education. Little wonder in every nation, the government of the day includes education in the budget, to help fund the educational system.
University of Benin (UNIBEN) Female Graduate, probed by the school authorities for Examination Malpractice. Uniben began investigation on all the results of a Female student Mrs Peace Ufuoma from the department of Microbiology,who wore "Aggressive Malpractice" shirt during her sign out parade.
The graduate under probe for exam malpractice has not yet been ordered to write exams. The representative of the University of Benin, Benedicta Adeola Ehanire, has said there is no report yet from the Panels set up to investigate the 400 level student, Peace Ufuoma. Photo credit: Instablog9ja
A graduate of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), female graduate, has been probed by the school authorities to rewrite all her exams from 200 level for examination malpractice. UNIBEN began investigating all the results of the female graduate when she wore a t-shirt written "Aggressive malpractice brought me this far" During her sign out parade.
Many people have aired their views considering the video that has been making rounds on social media. In the video, a lady known as Peace Ufuoma was seen celebrating the final day of her exam while wearing a shirt with the inscription 'aggressive malpractice brought me this far'.
Making an 'A' in every exam seems to be a puzzle many fail to understand. They believe it's all about reading useful texts to make good grades during exam periods or ace exams. This article will explain important keys to becoming an A student. Image credit: Depositphotos