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“It gives me great joy to know we still have soft and meek children in Nigeria” – Comedian Bovi hails Namtira Bwala’s calm disposition while being bullied by her schoolmates.

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Following the incident that has gone  viral all over the country that saw a student of  lead British international School in Abuja, bullying a fellow student, Popular comedian Bovi took to his instagram handle to write his own view of the incident. His statement reads;

”It gives me great joy to know that we still have well raised children in Nigeria. Children who are soft meek and civil. Children who under the deadliest of provocation still keep their calm. Though the girl in question may have been afraid, she didn’t coil, she didn’t whimper. She didn’t beg. I admire her.

However it is left for the authorities to magnify this abuse and deal with it decisively. It should serve as a warning to orders.

Also of importance is the need for the bullied girl to go through some counseling so that every impending trauma is squashed before it develops. As id always say, we can only give what we were given. This is how monsters are created. No child was born violent.

Lastly, I saw the video of the relative who slapped the bully. She acted in fury, but by the definition of law, she acted in retaliation. While I understand the outrage and her anger, let’s not forget that these are the issues. Slapping somebody across the face is a no no. Nothing civil about it. We must start to preach this across board and we must emphasize the criminality of jungle justice.”

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BREAKING: ASUU rejects new university governing councils approved by President Tinubu, says most people on the list are “retired politicians” and not technocrats

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ASUU’s national president, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke in an interview with Nigerian Tribune, said it is obvious that the composition in the new list is worse than the previous one.

“Go and look at the list again, you will see that most of them are retired politicians. They are honorable this and honorable that. What does that tell us?

“That is how terrible the thing has become. And we can’t run our universities like this if we truly want genuine development to take place,” he said.

He contended that Nigeria cannot manage the universities as it is doing, appointing politicians to governing councils of educational institutions and expecting real development to happen.

ASUU had earlier argued that it was totally illegal for the FG to constitute new councils when the old ones it dissolved over 10 months ago were yet to complete their tenures in line with the University Act upon which they were constituted for the first instance.

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Nigerians Abroad On TETFund Scholarship In Distress As Tinubu Government Omits Them In N3.8billion Disbursements

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TETFund Scholars Appeal to President Tinubu

Omitted from Bailout: Nigerian scholars abroad under the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) sponsorship have been omitted from the recent N3.8 billion disbursement

Appeal for Inclusion:  The scholars are appealing to President Tinubu for intervention, citing harsh conditions and financial crises

TETFund’s Response: TETFund cited program status as the reason for omitting some scholars, but the affected scholars claim there was no segregation of scholars during the agreement of conditions for bailout

Scholars’ Plight: The omitted scholars are facing financial difficulties, with some in debt or battling depression

President Tinubu’s Intervention: The scholars are hoping for President Tinubu’s express intervention and the disbursement of the bailout to all categories of scholars within the specified timeframe

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BENUE FEMALE COPER BUILT A ROUNDABOUT WITH HER ALLOWEE.

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Ukershio Favour , a young NYSC member from Hyiarev, Gwer West LGA, Benue State, serving in Plateau State, has demonstrated remarkable selflessness and community spirit.

Without any external empowerment or political motives, she used her own allowance to construct a roundabout, addressing a long-standing road safety issue that had claimed multiple accidents in shandam local government of Plateau state.

Moreover, she awarded scholarships to two orphans and taught liquid soap-making skills to local women, all on her own initiative.

Her exemplary actions make her a worthy role model, inspiring others to make a positive impact in their communities.

Congratulations dear daughter of Ayatutu.
More fruitful years ahead.
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