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A travel agent, Wasiu Arikeuyo, 45, was on Wednesday brought before an Iyaganku Chief Magistrates’

court in Ibadan over an alleged fraud of N1.3 million. The accused, who resided at No. E7/721B Oremeji, Agugu, Ibadan, is charged for allegedly defrauding his customer of the sum under the pretext of procuring an Australian visa and ticket for him. Arikeuyo is facing a two – count charge of obtaining money by false pretences and convention. The prosecutor, Insp. Sunday Fatola, insisted that Arikeuyo allegedly obtained the sum of N1, 300,000 from one Tosin Olofinbimi, under the pretence of obtaining an Australian visa and ticket for him. Fatola said Arikeuyo knew same to be false and he was alleged to have converted the same sum of money to his own use, property of Olofinbimi of 5, Adagbada Arola , Apete, Ibadan. “Olofinbimi had approached Wasiu Arikeuyo on Aug. 20 to process a travel visa and a ticket to Australia for one Mrs Amusan. “He said Arikeuyo charged him the sum of N1,300,000 for both visa and ticket which is fully paid for as agreed, and he gave Olofinbimi assurance that it will be ready in seven days. “Arikeuyo, however, failed to bring the ticket to enable his client travel as planned,” said Fatola. He said the offences were committed at Agugu, Ibadan at about 2: 00 p.m. on Aug. 20. The offences were contrary to Section 383 and punishable under section 390 (9) of the Criminal Code, Cap 38, Vol.II, Laws of Oyo State, 2000. The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge when it was read to him in court. The Chief Magistrate, Mrs Modina Akanni, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200, 000 with two sureties in like sum. Akanni ordered that one of the sureties must have three years tax clearance, while the second surety must be a Civil Servant on grade level 10. She, thereafter, adjourned the case until Feb.13, 2018 for hearing. NAN

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JAMB remitted N7.8bn to FG from 2016 UTME – Oloyede

JAMB remitted N7.8bn to FG from 2016 UTME – Oloyede
12 DEC 2017
Bwari (FCT) – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Tuesday said it remitted N7.8 billion to Federal Government coffers from 2016 University and Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME).

The board’s Re

The board’s Registrar, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, made this known when a delegation from
National Officers Council of Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU) paid a visit to the board in Bwari, FCT.

Oloyede, who dismissed the speculated N5.2 billion as amount remitted to Federal Government during the period under review, said “the board paid in N7.8 billion to Federal Government and not N5.2 billion.”

He said the board would work to ensure that it met the needs of the sector and strive
to sustain education standard in the country.

He called for cooperation from stakeholders in the education sector to further raise standard, saying “let us work together and push government to do the needful so that education would be where it ought to be.

“When we identify obstacles, we could push government to amend some areas
to enhance the sector.

“I do not see why we should have more than four credits before one can get into
college of education, forgetting that it created an opportunity for people like us in the past.

“I assure you that UTME score does not determine the quality of one’s education; it is the environment that makes the difference obvious by segregating institutions.”

Oloyede challenged the officers on the need to officially make a case for National Council of Education, which he said was made up of commissioners of education, to review the number of credits to be attained by intending candidates of colleges of education.

He said the board would not hesitate to work with unions to set up a Task Force that would check irregularities that may cripple the sub-sector.

Earlier, the President of COEASU, Mr Nuhu Ogirima, said that the challenge had
been an obstacle to admission status of colleges nationwide.

He called for review of the current application process into colleges of education, saying “a review is imperative, given the fact that the current application process
predisposes candidates toward university education.

“Notwithstanding the overwhelming preference for admission into university, the provision for college of education as third choice in JAMB sought to obscure the system from others.

“After the selection of the very best from the first choice list, colleges of education are left with no choice in JAMB but the low performing candidates and this does not augur well for the teacher education system.

“The union would, therefore, appreciate if JAMB, without prejudice to her establishment law, explore the possibility of collaborating with stakeholders in colleges of education.

“The collaboration would provide enabling environment that could improve the admission status of the colleges nationwide.”

He announced that the council would soon set up a committee that would come up with memorandum to tackle the issues before the necessary quarters.

The meeting was attended by directors of the board. (NAN)


Nigeria’s Super Eagles lose three points in World Cup qualifier

Nigeria’s Super Eagles have lost three points in their 2018 World Cup qualifier. The loss came as FIFA gifted Algeria a 3-0 walk-over defeat of the Eagles, because Nigeria fielded an ineligible player in the match.

The fixture on Nov. 10 had ended 1-1, but FIFA on Tuesday added that the decision did not affect the final standings in African Qualifying Competition Group B.

It said the decision also did not affect Nigeria’s qualification for the FIFA World Cup in Russia, as they had finished six points clear of Zambia.

The player involved in the match played in Constantine was Shehu Abdullahi, and the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) is also receiving a fine of CHF 6,000.

The sanction relates to Abdullahi failing to serve the automatic one-match suspension imposed on him as a result of receiving a caution in two separate matches of the same competition.

FIFA, in a statement, also said East Timor had forfeited seven games in the World Cup qualifiers for fielding a total of nine players who were ineligible because of nationality.

This was based on a decision previously taken by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).


Nigeria Nawa; FIFA Fines Nigeria For Fielding Ineligible Player In 2018 World Cup Qualifier

FIFA has fined the Nigeria Football Federation 6,000 Swiss
Francs (approximately N2,175,660.00) for fielding an ineligible
player in the Russia 2018 World Cup qualifying match between
Algeria and Nigeria on November 10, 2017.

A statement by the (NFF) noted, however, that the sanction
does not in any way hurt Nigeria ’s qualification for the 2018
FIFA World Cup finals, as the Super Eagles had picked the
ticket from Group B ahead of the clash in Constantine.
The decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee which sat on
the matter read, inter alia: “ The Nigeria Football Federation is
liable for having breached art.55 par.1 of the FIFA Disciplinary
Code and art. 8 of the 2018 Regulations of the FIFA World Cup
“ The match played within the frame of the preliminary
competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia between
Algeria and Nigeria on 10 November 2017 is declared to be
lost by forfeit by Nigeria (3-0).”
According to the NFF, Following the decision, Nigeria ’s total
points tally reduced by just one, to 13, while Algeria moved
from 2 to 4 points.
FIFA had hinted the NFF about the disciplinary proceedings,
following the use of defender Abdullahi Shehu in the said
Shehu had received a yellow card in the match against
Zambia in Uyo on October 7, 2017 (the match in which victory
guaranteed Nigeria a place in Russia), making it a second for
him in the qualifying race, following an earlier yellow card
against Swaziland in the preliminary round.
Traditionally, yellow cards issued in previous rounds of the
qualifying race are cancelled going forward, but the principle
did not apply for the latest series.
However, in response, a miffed NFF President Pinnick, has
directed that an internal inquiry be instituted immediately and
persons found culpable be dealt with. “We accept the decision
of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee to fine the NFF and award
the match to Algeria.
“However, this is a grave error, and somebody must be
punished. We apologize to Nigeria ns for this and assure that
this will not in any way derail or even distract us in our well –
laid plan to ensure that the Super Eagles have a great outing in
“At the same time, I want to assure that persons responsible
for this slip would not be given just a slap on the wrist.
“We are actually looking at a re-organization of the Technical
Department. The Technical Committee will henceforth play
serious superintending role on all details, no matter how
minute, in technical matters.
“It is important that all committees and departments at the
NFF should move at the same pace as the Executive
Committee,” Pinnick stated.


2018!!JAMB Warns UTME Candidates Against Fake Past Questions

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has
drawn the attention of candidates for the 2018 Unified
Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to fake past
question papers in circulation.

The agency’s Head of Information, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, gave
the warning in a statement issued yesterday in Abuja.
The board said the fake past questions in circulation in CD
are intended to defraud unsuspecting candidates.
The statement read: “The fake past questions in CD Rom
titled: ‘JAMB PRO CBT practice software for UTME’ was
purported to have emanated from JAMB in other to give
credence to the products market and perpetuate their
nefarious activities.
“The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) wish
to dissociate itself from the production and sale of the fake
CD and warned the public to be vigilant and avoid being
Dr Fabian Benjamin said the board had not authorised
anybody or group to do so on its behalf.
According to him, preliminary investigation by the Board
showed that the past questions in circulation are fake and
had no semblance to JAMB question papers both in context,
content and forms.
He added: “The board as a responsible and responsive
organisation would not be part of any ploy to defraud
innocent candidate and has put machinery in motion for any
of her outlets and service providers not be used as channel
of exploitation or distribution of such fake items.
“Following the unfortunate development, the board has
directed all its CBT centres to be wary of this CD in
circulation in other not to be used as a channel to market this
“The board will continue to ensure that candidates applying
for its examination are not misled. Some of these questions
in the past have led to some brilliant candidates failing the
examination because they relied on them.
“Candidates are therefore advised to study well for the
examination and channel all enquires to any of the board
offices nationwide for any redress, challenges or
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Question Of The Day:- Among These 3, Which One Is Difficult For You To Live Without?

It is generally acceptable that all humans have their own priorities and each and every one of us has what we are addicted to in one way or the other.

Among the top things we the new generation children are addicted to include:-

Browsing the internet


Listening to songs among others.

No doubt, Life without these would be indeed boring.

Now, what if you are unable to browse the internet for a month or you are deprived of listening to songs for 30 days, or not allowed to have sex for a whole month?

Which one do you think would make like more difficult for you?
Drop your comments below.

Remember you have to chose one out of the 3.


4 Interesting Ways Not To Be Tired At Work

Many times, we find ourselves tired at work and this can be quite frustrating because not only does it interfere with our productivity, it makes everything seem harder.

However, to get some extra energy and survive the entire day, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency, shares some useful tips to avoid being tired at the work.

Limit Your Caffeine Intake
Avoid taking caffeinated teas anything after 2pm because this can keep you active for the greater part of night and make you tired during the day. Additionally, you should altogether reduce your intake of caffeinated beverages and keep it to a minimum.

Try taking care of the bulk of your work during the day so that you can get some rest at night and won’t have to take caffeine to remain awake all through to get work done.

Eat Healthily During The Day
Sometimes people take the ‘fit-fam’ movement to the extreme and end up practically starving themselves during the day. The body needs food to be active – food is to the body what fuel is to a car. If you don’t eat well and healthily during the day, you’re going to end up feeling tired and slow all through.

Additionally, you should endeavour to eat foods in small portions while at work because taking large portions might end up making you feel sleepy. Also, favour fruits over fatty, sugary and processed snacks and be sure to drink enough water. Being dehydrated can also weigh you down.

Do A Little Exercise
If you sit at work all day, there is no way you would not be tired – your joints would be stiff and your muscles would ache from all that sitting. Taking short walks during your lunch break, or simply looking for excuses to go up and down the stairs or to walk from here to there can go a long way in helping you to avoid being tired in the workplace.

Expose Yourself To Natural Light
Our body’s ‘circadian rhythm’ needs sunlight to stay regulated, so going outside for a few minutes of exposure to natural light can help to remind your brain that you are still in the waking hours. Additionally, when it’s time to sleep, you should try to avoid checking your phone.

This is because the blue light emitted from your phone screen tricks your brain into thinking it’s daytime and thus prevents the release of melatonin – the sleep hormone. If you must use your phone at night, you can try downloading a blue light filter app to mitigate the effects of the light emitted from your phone screen on your body.


Yahoo’ Boys Caught With Girls Pants And Other Ritual Items In Delta State (Photos)

A group of internet fraudsters a.k.a Ghana Burgers were apprehended by policemen at Koko Junction, Warri, Delta State..

According to the evidences found on them and their confessions, they went to Oyo State for rituals.

Read below what was shared by Ossai Ovie Success :

Mobile police apprehend some group of Ghana Burgers at Koko Junction. According to the visuals and photo of evidence we find out that these guys according to their confession went to Oyo State for rituals.

They used two Ecolax buses and boarded the vehicle from Benin and asked the driver to move straight to Sapele.


Semi-Nude Party Held In Port Harcourt By Teenagers Surfaces Online (Photos, 18+)

I Am going to start by asking these question; where are the parents of these teenagers? What are they doing when their kids are outside dancing half Unclad?

Less than 24hrs ago a girl’s photo leaked online after having sex with her boyfriend and this happened after a party alledgly organised by one of Port Harcourt party organizers known as ‘Karibi Of PH’ who was also involved in the sex scandal with the teenager.

With with rate at which semi-nude parties are being held in town, another set of photos as been leaked from an unknown source.

Below are photos gotten from a party organized by some set of teenagers :


JAMBITES ONLY! 5 Things You Should Know Before Registering For JAMB 2018

If you are reading this post, then that means you want to sit for the upcoming UTME exam. Then i congratulate you because you are at the right place. Naijaloaded is here to help you even when preparing for your exams.

We will like to tell you things you need to know before registering for JAMB exam.

1. Your Name is very important:

Yes, your name can cost you your admission if you spell your name wrong. I have seen students been admitted by JAMB but were rejected by the University during clearance because of their names does not correlate with other documents like O’level result certificate, birth certificate etc.

Although, JAMB use to allow for ” change of data” where you can correct your name incase you made mistake, but to be on a safer side, make sure you carefully spell your name to the JAMB official that is going to register you.

2. Know The Course You Want To Study:

I usually find it funny whenever a student says he doesn’t know the course to pick. Course is not something you should pick at random, course is something you have passion for, something you have knowledge about.

Don’t let anyone decide your course for you. If you are having problem choosing a course, i already made a post they will help you decide the course you really want to study. Click the link below to read the post.

3. Know the subject combination for your course :

Alot of student make this mistake by choosing wrong subject combinations for their course. If you want to avoid any form of mistake, then i will advise you to use “JAMB Brochure”, look for your course and you will see the subject combination for the course.

Remember, this mistake can not be amend after you have sat for the exam, which means your admission for that year is not certain. Be wise!!!

4. Use one sitting result :

I have come to realize that students with one sitting result have more advantage than students using two sitting results. I have already made a post about the ” possible disadvantages of using two sitting result “, you can click the link below to read it.

Also make sure your minimum grade in your WAEC/NECO/GCE is “C6”, anything more than that, won’t be accepted by the University you choose.

5. Your Date of Birth:

Don’t ever make a mistake of changing your date of birth because your admission can be revoke by JAMB or by the University if they find out.

Minimum age federal universities accept is 16 years old, anything less than that, might not work out. If you are 15 year’s old, just relax and wait for the following year or you can apply to private university if you can afford it.

Having said all this, you can now go and register for JAMB, wish you success.
If you have any kind of admission issues, then let me know through the comment or send a mail to my email address.

Thank You.


“The Problem With Nigerian Youth Is That They Just Want To Take Over From The Elite” – Rotimi Amaechi

MINSTER of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, says Nigeria youths are copying the wrong model of leadership, an act, he notes, may jeopardise their future.

Amaechi made the assertion in an interview with sources on the sidelines of the Future Awards Africa held at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos last Saturday.

He said the youths are not ready yet to embrace a corrupt-free society because they were wrongly orientated by those who were using them for their interest. He said:

The problem with Nigerian youth is that they just want to take over from the elite but they are not ready to embrace change, they don’t want reform.

They say that the roles being played by the elite are not satisfactory, but they must be ready to upset the leaders of this country through their ingenuity.

For example, during our days of activism, we engage government over unfavourable policies and we get headlong even during the military administration.

Now, student union presidents want a vehicle and a driver to be driving him about to attend meetings; during our time, who dares have a car, we all struggle on the street. He advised Nigerian youth to rise to the fight against corruption.

He said:

I will advise the youth to fight against corruption with all their energy instead of giving tacit support to those they think are their benefactors.

During our time in the student union struggles, we rose against impunity and organised protests; but what happens today, the government of the day announces the money siphoned but the youth keep quiet.

Such astronomic stolen amount government announced wouldn’t have happened during our time, all the street would have been filled with youths protesting and seeing that the culprits were punished.

Today, we have some of our youths dancing behind the corrupt politicians for a pot of meal that will not last long thereby mortgaging their future.

Amaechi said that Nigerian youth should stand up to the reality of life by asking questions from leaders on how they manage the economy and the commonwealth of Nigeria. He wrote:

Nigerian youth should start asking questions from leaders, including me, about what we are doing with our resources. It’s time to reject those that put us in this.

We should all desist from pulling our country down through corruption. But unfortunately, the youth are not interested in that, all what they want is how to look good.

Maybe they looked at me wearing designer shoes, what they will notice is that designer and how they can get it. That is not supposed to be.

During my time as a student union leader, I had only two pairs of clothes. But now the value system is wrong and the youth are copying wrong leadership model.


12-year-old African Boy Trying To Cross To Spain Caught Hiding Inside A Car Dashboard (Photo)

Immigration officials were left stunned after nabbing a 12-year-old boy found curled up inside the dashboard of a car in a suspected smuggling operation.

The schoolboy, believed to be from Guinea in West Africa, was hiding in a foetal position in a pair of dirty shorts. The youngster was stuffed into the tiny space between the engine and the passenger of the BMW X5.

Officers found him after detecting his heartbeat using a special machine. They then reached into the dashboard with their hands at a checkpoint on the border between Morocco and Spain’s north African enclave of Melilla.

The car was ripped apart to retrieve the child. The child was said to have been disoriented and suffering breathing difficulties and numbness in his limbs because of the position he had been forced to adopt.

He was given medical assistance at the scene.

The driver of the Moroccan-plated vehicle stopped by police, a 65-year-old, was arrested and is expected to be remanded in custody after appearing before an investigating judge in the next 24 hours.


I Saw IPOB Leader Nnamdi Kanu In Ghana Buying Pizza’ – Igbo Lady Says (Photos)

A Facebook user, Uju who resides in Ghana is claiming she saw the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu disguising in Ghana.

She claims she saw him at Eddys Pizza in Ghana at about 8:45 pm, yesterday, 11 of December 2017…

She says when she saw him, she spoke to him at first, but then he refused to respond to her, not until she spoke Igbo and he responded.


1 Killed, Several Injured As Two Cult Groups Clash In Ibadan

No fewer than one person was reportedly killed on Monday when two warring cult groups clashed at Oke-Ado are of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

The incident which started Sunday night, according to a source who begged not to be mentioned, also left many residents injured.

The source informed DAILY POST that the deceased whose name was given as Tunde, was shot dead during the fracas.

Police Public Relations Officer, Adekunle Ajisebutu who confirmed the incident to journalists, however, disclosed that the police had returned normalcy to the area.

He said “The fight began at a social function between the two cult groups on Sunday and continued on Monday. Tunde, who was shot dead, was a member of Ladega family in the city. His body was on the Oke-Ado road for several hours. Peace in the entire Oke-Ado community was disturbed with residents moving out.

“Shop owners in Oke-Ade market hurried to close their shops for fear of being caught up in the clash and for fear of having their shops looted by the hoodlums. They used guns, machete and other dangerous weapons in the fight. It has become a usual occurrence in the area. Many vehicles and motorcycles were destroyed in the fight,” said the eyewitness who simply identified himself as Lateef.


Fani-Kayode Blasts Amaechi Over Comments On 2019 Elections

Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has fired back at ex-Governor of Rivers State, Rotimi Amaechi, over his comments on the 2019 elections.

Amaechi stated this during a special thanksgiving at the Abundant Life Evangelical Mission (ALEM) in Port Harcourt, Sunday.

He further urged Nigerians to rededicate themselves and restore their commitment to God ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Fani-Kayode writing on his Twitter page Monday evening, unleashed a barrage of insults at the current Minister of Transportation and stated that “God will judge you for your evil”.

He tweeted: “‘To win 2019, we must go back to God in prayers, thanksgiving’ – Rotimi Amaechi.

“U are an accursed association of liars, looters, villains, thieves, vampires, sadists, satanists, psychopaths, genocidal maniacs and unrepentant and desperate rogues.

“God will JUDGE u for ur evil.”