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Twitter influencer Regha educates prophetically dependent Nigerians on pastors new-year declarations.

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Daniel Regha, a controversial popular Nigerian Twitter influencer and social media personality, has sternly enlightened Nigerians who leaned on their church’s prophetic declarations for 2024.

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According to him, people should not rely on new-year prophetic declarations made by their pastors.

If they fail to work and plan themselves properly in this critically deteriorating economic state of the country, they should not expect any dime this 2024.

“Forget ur church’s New-year prophetic declarations, if u don’t work this 2024 u won’t see shishi; Also plan urself properly, u can see how the APC govt is ruling. Once again, happy new-year to everyone & best wishes.”

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Nwekeanaekwe Stanley, popularly known as Optimistic Stanley, is one of the founders of Thetrust Media. He is obsessed with providing vital pieces of educational information, updates, and intriguing viral contents to esteemed readers across the board. Inclusively, he is also an overzealous SEO writer and superb graphics designer.

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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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“Adulthood taught me that I am not special,” Nigerian lady narrates a life-shocking story.

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In life, it is a prerequisite to learn from experienced stories and successful people. This is usually essential in paving the way for a brighter future for the inexperienced younger ones.

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Hence, giving them more insights on what they will experience in the near future if the needfuls are overlooked.

However, Gail on her Twitter handle has narrated how her adulthood has become a lesson to her despite being superbly brilliant and intelligent during her days as a teenager in her class.

In her words:

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Adulthood taught me that I am not special. I grew up receiving praises for my intelligence and brilliance from everybody . I went for competitions , won an ‘ overall best ‘ award in a public secondary school that had over 100 of us in a class .

A lot was expected of me and as an intelligent child / teenager who loved to read , everyone simply figured that I’d do great as an adult . I believed the same too . All I had to do was go to school and things would fall in place for me . Being unable to attend a university was life’s first lesson . 

I blamed all of my failures on that fact . If I had gone to school I’d be doing better  If I had a degree I’d not be at this point .  I was special after all , I was the intelligent kid , things were supposed to align for me Or so I thought .

Years after that , I had to move on . I couldn’t continue bemoaning my fate . Couldn’t keep blaming everything on the fact that I didn’t go to school . But without it , I had nothing else to blame . I could not accept the fact that I just wasn’t special , it had to be something . 

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But there was nothing. Maybe that was where it all started . The anxiety , the self doubt , the fear of being a fraud , the knowledge that I’d fail no matter what I did.

As the intelligent kid whom everyone had high hopes for , I could not confess to anyone that I was sinking . 

That I was a mess financially . That I did not know what path I was supposed to take in life . That I knew everything but I knew nothing . I was supposed to know these things , I was supposed to have my self  figured out so asking for guidance was out of it . I still don’t .

And now I panic everyday more than I used to . I panic because everyone else has got their lives figured out .

Even those who are struggling today at least know what they want to do , where they want to go . I have come to realize that I am more productive when attached to someone or something . I make them or it my personality . In someone else’s personality , I feel like a real person , I’m more secure . 

Relationships are hard for me to walk away from because walking away means losing whatever personality I had . And that means feeling naked . It means asking myself over and again ” Who am I ? ” 

So yeah . It has been difficult acknowledging that being intelligent does not equal success in life . And that I might never be successful like I’d have hoped to be . But if I procreate , I pray with everything in me , that I am able to give them a good head start in life .

I hope I am able to teach them that , they’re good enough and that they’re more than the things that they know . I hope I never make them feel like they have to figure out their way in life themselves even when they don’t know how to.

I hope I give them an environment that shows them they can be their own person and be confident without having to be attached to someone or something else .

I hope I love them so fiercely that they know there’s always a place in my space for them when they make mistakes in life and need to start over . I hope they do not inherit this mental disease . 

To everyone who knows who they are and what they are , you’re my inspiration and I hope that all your hardwork pays off . 

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UNN Graduate Breaks His Department’s Record as BGS With a 4.87 CGPA

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A UNN Graduate Augustine Peter Kolawole has defiled all odds and achieved what seemed to be impossible to others due to his determination and hardwork.

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He has set a record of excellence when he graduated with a first-class honours in business management from the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) with a CGPA of 4.87.

He was from a state with less developed educational system, and he scored really poorly on the post-UTME exam. It was a difficult path to academic achievement for him.

In 2018, he applied to UNN after completing his ND at Rufus Giwa Polytechnic. Despite facing numerous obstacles, he overcame his first year’s CGPA of 4.84 out of 5.0, which inspired him to strive even more. He also shown determination, grace, and hard effort.

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In his second year in school, although his courses were getting more difficult he maintained the same score. When he was in his final year, he learned that a former student of the school set the department’s record 62 years ago, with a CGPA of 4.85 he was then inspired to surpass the score.

He put in extra effort in his final year and studied like he never did, which led to him having all As in his final year result. He was able to achieve it because he believed in himself.

According to Augustine:

“I felt happy to be a graduate irrespective of my being the 4th best graduating student from UNN, I see First Class as a means to an end, not an end itself.

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”My plans for the future: I would like to remain in academia and be passive in the industry.”

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