Showing posts from March, 2016

5 Reasons He Might not Marry You

Obviously, poor hygiene and the inability to talk about anything besides your current Netflix season could explain your currently single status. However, if you shower regularly, can hold a conversation with a stranger and can smile occasionally, there are other factors influencing your dateless Friday nights. While you should never change who you are to get the approval of someone else, there are a couple tweaks to be made if your dating strategy sounds like one of these five:
Please leave a message Being unavailable isn’t going to win you any points in the dating category. Being too busy to even go out on dates is one example, but don’t forget the others. Are you honestly emotionally ready to date? Accepting that your last relationship is over and that you are sure it’s time to date someone new is crucial before going out on a date. Also, it should go without saying, but if you aren’t physically present in possible dating situations, you aren’t going to meet anyone. Don…

RCF EKSU presents a relationship talk - Love Mattaz

Are you confused about your relationship?
Are you sure you are in the right relationship?
How do you know if he/she truly loves you?
Can you kiss him/her?
You love him/her but he/she is not 'very born again'.
How do you know God's will for you?

I am sure many and more questions are ringing in your mind now.

Attend the RCF EKSU Main Campus' Relationship Talk tagged LOVE MATTAZ and you won't regret it.

Don't let anyone tell you the gist...

NOUN admits 20,000, pledges quality education

The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), has said it has admitted more than 20,000 fresh undergraduate and postgraduate students across its 72 centres nationwide, promising to pursue quality assurance excellence through the National University Commission’s Benchmark for Academic Standards (BMAS).

The newly appointed Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Abdalla Adamu, who took part in the matriculation ceremony at the institution’s Mushin Centre in Lagos at the weekend, said the initiative would be achieved by reviewing the university’s curricular and streamlining them with approved guidelines in every discipline. Adamu noted that it would take into consideration, new academic narratives that were more accessible through institutional sharing and collaboration around the globe.
Adamu added that the initiative would also introduce and enhance more student-based input on the study centres as well as decentralise examination processing to reduce incidences of mi…

Introducing buying and selling made easier for students

Everyday, we have people around us who want to sell or buy what we want but getting across to them is very challenging. For example, so many students have come to me who wanted to sell one thing or the other especially, phones. After broadcasting on BBM, Whatsapp, etc they seem not to really get their buyers or sellers. They could have probably sold them on blogs but they can't even afford the adverts. So, what is solution?

A student of Ekiti State University of the department of Economics by name Akomolafe Abraham came up with a stategy to help students starting with his school to get to their buyers and or sellers respectively in a convenient way.

Knowing that most people are using smart phones and laptop, they can easily make use of an online store to sell and buy. He came up with an online market called

EKSUMARKET.COM solves the following challenges:
1. Challenges of sellers: they often have to paste posters around the school to advertise their products. But wi…