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2024: “Year of No Gree for Anyone,” Fada Oluoma lists out misconceptions to refute.

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In barely a few days in 2024, the phrase “No gree for anybody” became known as the most indigenous trendy slang in Nigeria.

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In social media spaces, many celebrities, including netizens, have been involved in using the slang for declarations of standing so strong on your convictions and refuting misconceptions of any kind.

However, anointed and influential Rev. Fr. John Chinenye Oluoma, popularly known as Fada Oluoma, a Catholic priest in the archdiocese of Abuja, has listed some misconceptions people have to rebut in regard to the theme of 2024, “No gree for anybody.”

According to him:

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2024, Year of No Gree for Anybody.

Nigerians have decided that this year is a year of “no gree for anybody”, so make you no gree for anybody who:

1. Tells you that you are not married because you have spiritual husband or wife without giving you spiritual divorce from them.

2. No gree for anybody who tells you that you are not married because of spiritual husband or wife, yet after multiple deliverances you still never marry.

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3. No gree for anybody who tells you that someone stole your destiny without identifying the person and retrieving your stolen destiny for you.

4. No gree for anybody who tells you to sow a seed for breakthrough or some miracle and after sowing you don’t receive it. Ask for refund

5. No gree for anybody who tells you to leave your church for their own. If their church were different, they wouldn’t be going to same markets, schools and conditions like the rest of us.

6. No gree for anybody who tells you all your problems but doesn’t solve them.

7. No gree for anybody who tells you your ancestors are responsible for your frustrations. The white people’s ancestors committed more crimes than ours and yet they are prospering. 

8. No gree for anybody who advices you to leave a good paying job or business in Nigeria to japa. Only the jobless or people with low income should japa.

9. No gree for anybody who tells you that Christianity has failed, most prosperous countries in the world practice Christianity.

10. No gree for anybody who tells you that omenala(tradition) means rejecting God or resorting to fetish things. Christianity and good traditions are compatible. 

11. No gree for anybody who tells you to suspend your intelligence in religious matters. Piety and stupidity are not the same.

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UNILORIN Expels 4 Final Year Students and 5 Others due to Exam Malpractice

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This was contained in the Unilorin Bulletin issued on Monday, a copy of which was made available to our correspondent.

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According to the bulletin, the students’ expulsion was sequel to the recommendations of the Students’ Disciplinary Committee at its 219th meeting which was approved by the Vice Chancellor, Prof Wahab Egbewole.

Those affected include Lateef Lukman Olayemi, a 500 level student of the department of Agriculture/Aquaculture and Fisheries, Kuranga Abdulmuiz Olalekan, 500 level student of Agriculture/Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, Adebisi Janet Bosede, 100 level student of Arts/Linguistics and Nigerian Languages, Ogundijo Abdulmalik Akinkunmi, 500level CIS/Library and Information Science and Ashekun Oladiji Quadri, 400 level CIS/ Telecommunication Science.

Others are Eqwudah Lucky Ojonumba, 300 level Education/Adult and Primary Education Studies, Musa Mohammed Asuku, 500 level Engr and Tech/Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Ahmed Saddam Opeyemi, 500 level Engr and Tech/Materials and Metallurgical Engineering and Ayinla Jamiu Olaitan, a 400 level Life Science/Zoology.

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Black Market Dollar To Naira Exchange Rate Today -[20th February 2024]

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What is the dollar-to-naira exchange rate at the black market, also known as the parallel market (Aboki fx);

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See the black market dollar-to-naira exchange rate for February 20th below.

The exchange rate for a dollar to naira at Lagos Parallel Market (Black Market) players buy a dollar for N1,680 and sell at N1,690 on Sunday, January 18, 2024, according to sources at the Bureau of De Change (BDC).

How much is the black market dollar to the naira today, February 20, 2024;

Please note that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) does not recognize the parallel market (black market), as it has directed individuals who want to engage in forex to approach their respective banks.

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Dollar-to-Naira Black Market Rate Today;

Buying Rate: N1,635
Selling Rate: N1,655

You can swap your dollar for naira at these rates.

Please note that TheTrust.ng does not set or determine forex rates; the rates you buy or sell forex may be different from what is captured in this article because prices vary.

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BREAK-IN: Lion kills zookeeper during feeding in OAU

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A 9-year-old male lion on Monday killed a zookeeper while feeding the wild cats in their den at the Zoological garden of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

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The victim, a veterinarian named Mr. Olabode Olawuyi, was alleged to have overseen the Zoological Garden for more than ten years.

Abiodun Olarewaju, the university’s public relations officer, verified the occurrence in a statement on Monday.

He said, “Mr Olawuyi has been taking care of the lions since they were born on campus about 9 years ago but, tragically, the male lion killed the man who had been feeding them.

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“The other members of staff who were at the scene of the incident did everything within their power to rescue their boss but the wild cat had already caused severe fatalities.”

Olarewaju said upon hearing the sad news, the management team, led by the Vice Chancellor, Prof Adebayo Bamire, abruptly ended an ongoing meeting for an on-the-spot assessment

“Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adebayo Simeon BAMIRE, was informed, on arrival, by the Acting Director of the University Health and Medical Centre Dr. Tirimisiyu Olatunji, that all first aid and medical efforts to save the life of the victim proved abortive.

“Saddened by this tragic event, the aggressive Lion has been euthanized.

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The University management has sent a delegation to the widow and children of the deceased, imploring them to take solace in God who gives life and also has the power to take life,” he added.

The varsity spokesman said the management had ordered a comprehensive investigation into the immediate and remote causes of the incident.

In February 2018, a 22-year-old woman was mauled to death by a lion at a private game lodge close to South Africa’s capital Pretoria.

The victim was attacked by the lioness near Hammanskraal, roughly 45 kilometres (30 miles) north of Pretoria around 0900 GMT.

“When Netcare 911 paramedics arrived at the scene, bystanders had initiated (resuscitation). Tragically, the victim had sustained severe injuries and she died at the scene,” Nick Dollman, spokesman for the Netcare 911 ambulance service, said.

Also in August 2022, a South African conservationist was killed by lions he hand-reared, according to the family.

West Mathewson, 69, was walking two white lionesses when one of the animals attacked and killed him without warning.

The incident took place on the premises of the family-owned Lion Tree Top Lodge, in South Africa’s northern Limpopo province.

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