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Freedom from fear. Choices before the new generation

READ FASHOLA'S FULL SPEECH AT UNIBEN 42ND CONVOCATION TITLED FREEDOM FROM FEAR, CHOICES BEFORE THE NEW GENERATION

Great UNIBEN.

This is the greeting amongst students on the campus of the University, and it has endured after graduation and stayed with the alumni; decades after graduation.

May this greeting endure also for all of you who graduate today, and may you fulfil your destiny of greatness as products of a great institution and citadel of learning.
That this university is great is beyond argument now.

The evidence of this abounds in the human capital supply she has produced for Nigeria in fulfilment of the objectives of founding fathers.
It is a rich store of personnel, not only in quantity, but defining in quality.

In all spheres of Nigeria's developmental endeavour, there is a representative of great UNIBEN, not only in a participatory role, but also in a leadership role that is setting worthy and commendable examples.

The boys and girls of yesterday have become the men and women who define the developmental character of our nation and they are waiting for you all to join them to play your role.

Therefore, I intend to start my interaction with you today by telling a story.

Many years ago, sometime in 1983, in a Philosophy classroom, a lecturer was telling his students about the theory of evolution, based on the Big Bang and atomic perspective of our evolution.

He charged them not to believe things that were not demonstrable by evidence.

He taught them about cause and effect relationships of man's existence and that everything was ultimately traceable to Matter – something that can be seen.

The students it appeared seemed to enjoy this explanation of life and their own existence; the problem was that it debunked their understanding of faith, religion and God.

They had grown up believing, as Christians and Muslims, that there is God. But they could not see him. How were they going to resolve this matter of 'Matter' and science on one hand, God on the other hand.

This lecturer professed no faith, and did not believe in God, or so the students thought, until one fateful morning when one of the students sighted the lecturer walking out of church after a Sunday morning service.

Bewildered, confused feeling misled or deceived by a teacher who told him not to believe where they did not see or could not prove, (and this in the student's mind extended to God) and to see the purveyor of that view walking out of church, with Bible in hand, was the biggest betrayal that was not going to pass unchallenged.

The student walked up to his teacher, quickly conveyed his courtesies of "Good morning sir" and the following conversation ensued:

"What are you doing there sir? You came to church?"

"Yes," answered the teacher. "I worship here every Sunday."

"You believe in God?"

"Yes I do."

"Why have you been deceiving us?"

"How have I been deceiving you?"

"You taught us to believe that God does not exist since we cannot prove it," the student said.

"No. I did not. I believe in God," the teacher replied.

"My faith is different from my job. Your school is training you to become lawyers.

"They have employed me to develop your minds to question and challenge things. To seek knowledge, never to be easily satisfied.

"To think, and to challenge the existing order, to drive change and never to settle for the path well-travelled.

"To dare and to dream, to seek new ways of doing the same thing, because as lawyers, people's fates will be defined by choices you make.

"Their lives will sometimes depend on your abilities, as will their businesses or their marriages. That is my job.

"Whether you believe in God or not is not my business. That is your personal choice."

Ladies and Gentlemen, that is as best as I can recall this event.

The school where this event happened is where we gather today. The great University of Benin.

The faculty that offered the course in Philosophy is the Faculty of Law.

The lecturer was either Greek or Cypriot. His name was Theodoropolous. I was the student in question.

That encounter shaped my life in many ways; and even if I say so, I am the better for it having gone through it.

If I had to choose a university again, it would be University of Benin.

It is that experience I had that I feel bound to share with you today as you leave the University.

If I successfully connect with only one of you, I believe the effort will have been worthwhile.

That is why I have titled my intervention: "FREEDOM FROM FEAR, CHOICES BEFORE THE NEW GENERATION", in the hope that I will challenge you to take control of what happens to you and what happens around you.

I say this because there seems to be an increasing manifestation of our collective surrender of our individual choices and free will to divine intervention and the possibility of endless miracles.

We are now in the realm and reality of constant expectations of miracles and divine intervention.

Superstitions have taken over reason and logic.

When we pass examinations, win football matches, conduct successful elections, or achieve any feat, we seem all too frightened and unsure of ourselves to take credit for even the most modest of successes attributable to our efforts.

The first thing you hear is "God did it."

For the avoidance of doubt, I believe in God, and only He can question my faith.

But I also believe He gave us a lot of free will.

Regrettably, we have surrendered our capacities and abilities in a frightful way to FEAR, that we have become victims of some confidence tricksters who deceive, disentitle and prey on our fears and frailties in 'gods' name.

Every man and woman of substance now has a Pastor, Imam, Spiritualist or even a witchdoctor or Dibia who is responsible for telling them what to do, when to do it, in a way that diminishes his abilities and surrenders his talents and free will to divine intervention or spiritual consultation.

Many people are disappearing and are being murdered in a crazed quest for human parts because some who have been entrapped in fear and superstition, believe that you can make money through ritual sacrifice.

Nothing can be further from the truth.

Human parts are tissues, bones, muscles and all that, and they have no place in the materials used to manufacture money.

There is nothing Divine in money making. It is entrepreneurship, production and hard work.

The teaching of science as espoused by Theodoropolous tells me that money is a product of man and not a product of God.

It is manufactured in a place called a Mint, by a process of printing, using special paper, ink, engravement and embossment, to make it difficult to fake or counterfeit.

When we play a football match and get to half-time, which is a few precious minutes to quickly refresh, renew and re-plan in the dressing room, we instead gather to pray, on the field, in a huddle that the whole world is still trying to fathom.

We waste the precious time that is allotted for tactical review, and return to the second half, singing and praying, "He is a miracle working God" in search of divine intervention.

The truth is that we have done well when we prepare and done badly when we do not.

Sometimes of course, working hard does not always bring the expected results but it is better than not working hard.

Yes, God is a miracle worker. I believe, but he is not an unjust God who rewards those who make no effort at the expense of those who do.

I once listened to a sermon broadcast on Television, asking people who are indebted to step forward for prayers that will make their debts disappear.

It frightens me. It does not make sense to me.

Debts are accounting, matters of credits and deficits. They do not vanish.

It is people who live in FEAR who fall prey to such teachings and become victims of misery from poor choices.

I urge you to free your minds from such fears.

There are many teachings about freedoms.

Freedom from want, Freedom of Associations, Freedom of speech, freedom of choice (including the choice of leadership by voting at elections) and many others.

But the least expressed freedom, is the freedom from FEAR, which in my view is the most important.

A mind taken over by fear cannot express free will and will therefore not fully optimize or benefit from the other freedoms.

For example, we have seen that elections are conducted in other parts on the basis of polls, campaigns, analysis of human behaviour rather than any occultic or sacrificial offering.

Candidates who wish to win elections must persuade people to agree to their messages and promises, and seek to change the minds of those who are unpersuaded, by understanding what they want and taking steps to address them.

Those who may not be initial converts can change their minds, as we have seen in our own President who finally won after 3 (THREE) unsuccessful attempts.

For those who do not know, let me share with you some of the things that President Buhari did to win the last election.

A poll was conducted across Nigeria and administered to 20,000 Nigerians as a sample, with each person answering 60 (sixty) questions administered face to face.

 That meant that the poll had to analyse 1,200,000 (ONE MILLION, TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND) responses on what Nigerians wanted in the 2015 election.

The top 3 (THREE) were security, corruption and economy, which was to form the core of candidate Buhari's campaign message that produced President Buhari. This is how to win elections.

Polls are of course not fool proof. They can be manipulated or misinterpreted by those who analyse data. They can also be misunderstood . – Hillary leading but had over 60% Trust deficit.

Let me tell you another story related to me. This is the story of the ram.

A friend related to me how his mother had a bad dream concerning his well-being.

The dream was related to the mother's Imam.

His response was that there had to be a sacrifice.

I interrupted by asking if the sacrifice involved buying a ram and he said yes.

Seeking to know how I knew. My response was that Ileya (the Muslim festival of Eid-El-Kabir) of Ram sacrifice was 3 (THREE) weeks away and  (at the time) any trickster who could not afford one would find foul or fair means to get a ram even though Islam does not make it a matter of compulsion.

Whilst I am not passing any judgement on the Imam and any other man of God, because I cannot question their faith, the coincidence was just too uncanny. Yet I agree I may be wrong.

However, I do not see how sacrifices are solutions to dreams.

Dreams are scientific events occurring as a result of the Rapid Eye Movement during sleep at a stage when our brains are most active.

Let me reiterate again that I have no quarrel with faith. What I seek to advocate is the lack of FEAR, and the resort to faith out of conviction rather than as a result of FEAR.

Fear takes choices away, and choices can and must be the product of conviction.

If we pursue our choices with as much conviction as we pursue our faith, we will certainly be a more prosperous society.

Let us remember, that at least the two dominant faiths are not original to us. They are inherited. The propagators of the faith have made them personal affairs and not public ones.

I have attended meetings in the West and in the Middle East and not on one occasion have these meetings been started or ended with prayers.

Meetings represent public undertakings and places of work and productive undertakings to deliver prosperity.

When those people have worked hard for the week, they go on Fridays and Sundays to their places of worship and their homes to offer prayers, for God to bless and prosper the work of their hands.

Sadly, back home, the head of Governments, heads of ministries, and businesses, devote early mornings at work to prayers with their staff while productive man hours tick away, they do the same at home and on weekends, we  socialise.

In effect we spend a lot of time praying and socializing.

How can this lead us to prosperity? If this is not faith influenced by fear, I do not know what it is.

If you visit many construction sites where the Chinese are employed as contractors, you will find that they work on Sundays, but we who have unemployment challenges, do not often work on Sunday.

We have invested a worrisome amount of money in building places of worship compared to what we have in building factories, businesses and schools.

This is worrisome compared to the investments I see in businesses and schools that outstrip investment in places of worship in the West and Middle East.

Recently, while driving along a road of not more than 5 (FIVE) kilometres in a Nigerian city, a colleague and I took an unplanned census of building types and this is what we counted:

1 laundry outfit for washing and dry cleaning clothes (Job place)

3 clinics for healthcare (Job place)

2 petrol filling stations (Job place)

1 bank branch (Job place)

4 shopping outlets (Job place)

1 eatery (Job place)

10 religious houses (Worship place)

As you go around your states and neighbourhoods, I urge you to do a similar count and tell your neighbour what you see.

Again I reiterate, I do not criticise worship, but I am challenging you to think through the choices you will make.

We will not pray our way out of recession, we will plan, and produce our way back to prosperity and out of recession and you are the freshest, youngest and most energetic workforce we will have to work with.

You are the new batteries to power the engine of growth of our country.

Your choices must be clear, free from fear, not reckless but driven by analytical thought, questioning and probing and ultimately determined by convictions.

In order to test the consequences of choices based on faith influenced by fear, I advise you to look at the world map and 2 (TWO) Island nations who are situated on the Northern Hemisphere.

I will not tell you their names. You find that out. But I will tell you they are close to each other. One believes in God and works hard. The other one is the home of voodoo and spends all time practising this.

If you follow their history, the first one is prosperous and the second one seems to have made a permanent contract with poverty.

This can be changed if and when they make the right choices.

While still on this matter, let me speak about traditional medicine as distinct from divination.

Traditional medicine, from herbs, roots, and other endowments
of nature have their place of pre-eminence in the assurance of our wellbeing and good health.

I cannot say the same thing about divination and sacrifices.

We must choose to work our iron ore to produce steel and build skyscrapers, machines and tools like others do instead of worshipping the god of Iron.

We must use engineering to manage and control flooding and erosion.

We must probe the treasures of our forests and depths of our oceans as bastions of possibilities that we must manage and dominate instead of worshipping the god of the sea.

If we continue to fear the sea, oceans and waters we will perpetuate the practice of sacrifice, instead of undertaking the enterprise of understanding; and dominating them for energy and transport.

We must approach our rock formations as treasure troves of building materials like marble, tiles and granite rather than treat them as totems of salvation that require animal sacrifice.

We should stop deifying the moon and stratosphere beyond the visibility of our eyes out of fear.

Instead we should develop the courage and resolve to send men and women to land a space craft there.

I fully understand that some of you who have been raised in an environment dominated by your fear, may have been adversely affected by it.

But let me assure you that freedom from fear is not the same as courage. Instead while fear is an emotion, freedom from it is the ability to overcome it by refusing to surrender to it.

It comes from developing an ability to question things, to challenge the existing order and create a new order.

It has been done before. It requires us to know our choices and beliefs and dispense with culture that is not dynamic.

That is why twins survive today. We stopped killing them and turned our backs against a Philistinic practice that was masquerading as a culture.

If you surrender to fear, people less educated, less intelligent and less qualified than you will take over your minds, your homes and your decision making powers.

Many of such people are confidence tricksters who will prosper at your expense by preying on your fear.

Therefore, let me say to you that while your education may not be perfect, while there may be challenges, there is room to improve on it, because your education does not end here.

Indeed, your education has just started.
What you have learnt in the controlled environment of university classrooms will be subject to the test of real life situations.

How you improve and educate yourself depends on how you use your minds.

For example, do you simply repeat and reaffirm what you hear people to say simply because they are highly placed and supposedly intelligent?

Do you verify it yourself before repeating it to others ?

Do you ever ask yourself if those people could be wrong? Yes, they can be. We are all flawed.

Do you ask yourself whether those you quote without question even read as much as you do?

Do you think in terms of these words:- "Impossible", "Improbable," "Unlikely" ?

If you do, please stop it. They are symbols and signposts of fear.

Almost everything that was once thought impossible, improbable, unlikely has happened.

Men and women now fly thousands of Kilometres in the sky. They eat, sleep, even now shower on the Airbus A380, an engineering feat delivered by engineers of Airbus and Boeing who started out life like you, as young graduates like you.

There are now driverless cars, and men have landed on the moon and have communicated back to Earth on missions driven by freedom from fear, sheer dedication, hard work and an indomitable spirit that refused to surrender to divination, but persevered against the odds of failure before success was achieved.

But these men and women who have freed their minds from fear are not done. They are pushing to send men to Mars - The Red Planet, they are looking for cures for cancer, alzheimer's and other diseases.

This will be the work of science, research and engineering driven by freedom from fear, not by prayer, or sacrifice of fetish to some inanimate deity.

How do you free your mind from impossibility, improbability, and unlikelihoods?

The answer is simple. Remember always, that those words are negatives. Replace them with positive thoughts and actions.

This is what frees your mind from fear and helps you to choose, to see solutions and to look for opportunities, instead of dwelling on and surrendering to problems.

If you see unmanaged refuse as a problem, you may not think of recycling and re-use and the economic opportunities that have multiple benefits, including the ultimate removal of the refuse.

If you dwell on traffic gridlock as a problem, you are unlikely to focus on developing intelligent traffic management solutions like traffic lights or a radio station to manage it and create opportunities for yourself and others.

If you focus on crime and its burden, you may lose the opportunity to focus on crime management strategies like more policemen, crime detection methods, employment and training of judges.

Indeed, as they say, if you see every problem as a nail, the only solution you might evolve is a hammer.

So, please look for the positive angle of a difficult situation, because there will be one, if you look hard enough
I urge you to free your mind from fear, reach for the skies, choose by conviction and not by fear; trust in your abilities and God given talent, take responsibility, work hard and pray if you believe.


Yes, Sango is the god of lightning and thunder, but all the sacrifices made to Sango has not generated 1 (ONE) kilowatt of electric power.

Electricity is produced by using nature's gifts , such as gas, water, solar and wind, harnessing their capacity through turbines made from steel to serve our energy needs, not by making animal sacrifices.

I will conclude by urging you to look for the book titled "Start Up Nation" by Dan Senor and Saul Singer , it would provoke your thinking as it did mine.

I am done.

Congratulations on your graduation. May the wind be behind your sails as you set forth in the journey of life.

May you fulfil your true promise, and may you be free from fear so that you can make good choices in your contribution to our national development.

Thank you for listening.

Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN
Honourable Minister of Power, Works and Housing


November 2016

Can Eyo Masquerade receive slap

        The Eyo beat the woman with his opambata (stick) despite the fact that the woman has already removed her scarf and shoes and this led to her husband been provoked ? What happened later ? Can Eyo masquerade receive slap ???
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Oge Ṣíṣe Nílé Yoruba

         Oge sise je okan ninu awon àṣà ilé wa. Orisirisi ó náà ni a máa ngba láti tún ẹwà ara wa ṣeé. Bí àpẹẹrẹ 

1. Osun kíkún 

2. Laali l'île 

3. Tiro l'île 





4. Etí lílu 

5. Eyin pípa 

6. Irun dídì àti orí fífà 





7. Aṣọ wíwò 

8. Fífín kolo/ ara fífín 

9. Ìlà kiko 



1. Osun kíkún : Àwa Yoruba ni a ní àṣà Osun kíkún nii ikawo.  Osun pupa. Inú ìgbà ni o máa nwa. A man kún Osun níbi isomoloruko tàbí ìgbéyàwó. Ìdí nìyẹn tí a máa fii sọ wípé a ó fi owó kan Osun fii paa ọmọ lára. Tàbí ìyàwó elese Osun tí ó lon ilé ọkọ 





2. Laali l'île : Àwọn Hausa ni o ni Laali lile láti ìbéèrè pẹpẹ. A kọọ àṣà Laali l'île láti ọ̀dọ̀ àwọn Hausa. Èwe igi ni a mo gege bí èwe igi Laali. A o gun èwe igi yii. A o fi kan-un sii, leyin náà a ó tó sì ẹgbẹ́ ẹsẹ wá. Àwọn miran máa ń di adisa mọọ fún òjò mẹta kii ó má bàa tètè parée. 

3. Tiro l'île 



 Tiro l'île dára púpò. Àti ọkùnrin àti obìnrin ni o náà leè tiro. Àwọn ìyá wàá feran láti máa kún tiro soju ọmọ titun tí a sese bíi.. 
Ebu dúdú ni a man fii see tiro. Pelu ọ̀pá tiro tíì a man fi kún soju 


Tiro l'île man kò idoti kúrò nínú ojú. Ó sii Man jeki a rìn rán daradara 

4 : Etí lílu.  Àwọn obìnrin ni o ma luti. Wọn máa luti mejeji láti kó yẹtí ṣe tí. 


5. Eyin Pupa.  



Àti ọkùnrin àti obìnrin ni o maa npa eyín ni ile Yoruba.  ni ile Yoruba. 

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Hurray! Lagos cancels Monthly Environmental Sanitation.

LAGOS CANCELS MONTHLY ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION DAY


…Urges Residents To Comply With Environmental Laws

The Lagos State Government on Wednesday terminated the monthly environmental sanitation exercise which hitherto held for three hours on the last Saturday of every month.

The State Government, in a statement by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Steve Ayorinde, said the decision to cancel the monthly exercise followed a resolution arrived at Wednesday's Executive Council meeting which approved the need for a robust review of the environmental laws and procedures in the state in order to meet the present day challenges and to promote a clean and healthy environment.





The Government noted that considering the present economic situation in the country, it was no longer appropriate to restrict movement of people for three hours in a mega city like Lagos at a time they should be pursuing commercial and entrepreneurial activities.

According to government, in the last two decades, Lagos has grown exponentially into a mega city with the attendant huge environmental problems associated with managing a population of over twenty million people.

But sadly, the environmental laws, policies and procedures being practiced in the State have not been able to match the phenomenal growth and the dream of a 24-hour economy, hence the need for the reform.

Ayorinde said the State Government was not unaware of a recent Court of Appeal judgment.

According to him, the thrust of the fresh initiatives, among others, is to promote holistic and modern solutions to the unique environmental challenges confronting the State, while encouraging citizens to voluntarily partner with government to achieve the desired goals.

The Statement said: "After a careful consideration, the State Executive Council has therefore resolved that the present economic climate can no longer support the continued lock down of a mega city like Lagos, when the citizens should be free to engage in commercial and entrepreneurial activities that can promote economic growth and prosperity.

"Furthermore, Government will also accelerate the introduction of fresh reforms through the passage of the new harmonized environmental laws that will drive meaningful changes in areas of harmonized billing, waste management, modern Landfill sites, noise pollution, introduction of an Environmental Trust Fund and an Environmental Advisory Council.

"The Government wishes to reiterate its strong commitment to a clean and secure environment for the benefit of its citizens, and will continue to provide the necessary leadership to meet the environmental challenges of a mega city like Lagos. Lagosians and visitors alike are therefore urged to embrace these changes and imbibe a culture of voluntarily maintaining and preserving their environment to create a beautiful and healthy city that we all can be proud of."

The statement added that the State Government would henceforth be tougher in ensuring expeditious enforcement against contraventions of its policies and regulations and as such, residents should voluntarily comply with the necessary laws and support government in its bid to have a clean and healthy environment.

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A word of advice from a Chinese doctor

A NEEDLE CAN SAVE THE LIFE OF A STROKE PATIENT.
This advice is from a Chinese Professor . 
Keep a syringe or needle in the home to do this. It is amazing and an unconventional way of recoverig from stroke. Read it through and thereafter, pass it on, you never know, it can help somebody one day.
 
This is amazing. Please keep these excellent tips very handy. Do take time to read this. You will never know, one's life may depend on you.
 
'My father

was paralysed and later died from the result of a stroke. I wish I knew about this first aid before. When stroke strikes, the capillaries in the brain will gradually burst. When a stroke occurs, stay calm. No matter where the victim is, do not move him/her. Because, if moved, the capillaries will burst!
 
Help the victim to sit up, where he/she can be prevented from falling over again and then the blood letting can begin.

If you have an injection syringe in your home, that would be the best, otherwise, a sewing needle or a straight pin will do.

 

1). Place the needle/pin over fire to sterilize it and then use it to prick the tips of all 10 fingers.
2). There are no specific acupuncture points, just prick about an mm from the fingernail.
3). Prick till blood comes out.
4). If blood does not start to drip, then squeeze with your fingers.
5). When all 10 digits is bleeding, wait a few minutes then the victim will regain consciousness.
6). If the victim's mouth is crooked, then pull on his ears until they are red.
7). Then prick each earlobe twice until two drops of blood comes from each earlobe. After a few minutes the victim should regain consciousness.

 

Wait till the victim regains his/her normal state without any abnormal symptoms then take him/her to the hospital. Otherwise, if he/she was taken to the hospital in the ambulance in a hurry, the bumpy trip will cause all the capillaries in his/her brain to burst.
If he/she could barely manage to walk, then it is by the grace of God that he/she is saved. I learned about letting blood to save life from a Chinese traditional doctor, Ha Bu Ting, who lives in Sun Juke.
Furthermore, I had practical experience with it, therefore, I can say this method is 100% effective.

In 1979, I was teaching in Fung Gaap   College  in Tai Chung. One afternoon, I was in a class when another teacher came running to my classroom and painting said, 'Ms Liu, come quick, our supervisor has had a stroke!'. I immediately went to the 3rd floor. When I saw our supervisor, Mr. Chen Fu Tien, his colour was off, his speech was slurred, his mouth was crooked-all the symptoms of a stroke. I immediately asked one of the practicum students to go to the pharmacy outside the school to buy a syringe, which I used to prick Mr. Chen's 10 fingers tips. After a few minutes when all 10 fingers were bleeding (each with a pea-sized drop of blood), Mr. Chen's face regained its colour and his eyes' spirit returned. But his mouth was still crooked. So I pulled on his ears to fill them with blood. When his ears became red, I pricked his right earlobe twice to let out two drops of blood. When both earlobes had two drops of blood each, a miracle
happened. Within 3-5 minutes the shape of his mouth returned to normal and his speech became clear. We let him rest for a while and have a cup of hot tea, then we helped him go down the stairs, drove him to Wei Wah Hospital . He rested one night and was released the next day to return to school to teach! Everything worked normally. There were no ill after effects. On the other hand, the usual stroke victim usually suffers, irreparable bursting of the brain capillaries on the way to the hospital. As a result, these victims never recover. Therefore, stroke is the second commonest cause of death. The lucky ones will stay alive but can remain paralysed for life. It is such a horrible thing to happen in ones life.
If we can all remember this blood letting method and start the life saving process immediately, in a short time, the victim will be revived and regain 100% normality.'
 
IF POSSIBLE, PLEASEFORWARD THIS, AFTER READING , TO EVERYBODY ON YOUR LIST. YOU NEVER KNOW IT MAY HELP SAVE A LIFE FROM STROKE

The land is green




Cute babies in green traditional attire 
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Mrs Popoola with HM

Happy celebrations 
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Abike Ade (Omobello)

Happy cultural day 
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Happy cultural day

Finest 
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Mr Usman

Igwe
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Trending Female Agbada

Happy cultural day 
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Zainab

Happy cultural day6
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The Yorubas

Happy cultural day 
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The Benin

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THE Raufs

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Okay

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Finest

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Pretty faces at the cultural day

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Abaaaa

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Mrs Gbolahan, Mrs Aveda and Mrs Zacheaus





Cute babies 



Happy cultural day 




Oga Sir 




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Mr Akinrinade and success

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Mrs Aveda and Mrs Emmanuel

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2016 Cultural Day Celebrations

Olamide Arije...... 

Ìyá lóde... 

Happy celebrations 
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Cultural Day 18th of November 2016

Subomi in his cultural attire. Just like a king 
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Photo from islandbuildersbaptistschool.blogspot.com.ng

Happy cultural day celebration 

Nice Agba on pencil trousses 
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Estse Timetable

Monday. 

Math English literature biology civic

Tuesday 

Maths English Economics government crk
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Jss 1 French

Thème : Noël 

Rewrite the following words in French 

1. Noël =

2. Père Noël =

3. Joyeux Noël = 

4. Bonne année = 

5. Merci =

6. Merci Beaucoup =

7. Merci pareillement = 

8. Étoile =

9. La crèche = 

10. Bergers =

11.  Marie =

12.  Joseph =
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Weather Instruments

Weather Instruments
A THERMOMETER measures the air temperature. Most thermometers are closed glass tubes containing liquids such as alcohol or mercury. When air around the tube heats the liquid, the liquid expands and moves up the tube. A scale then shows what the actual temperature is.
thermometer

A BAROMETER measures air pressure. It tells you whether or not the pressure is rising or falling. A rising barometer means sunny and dry conditions, while a falling barometer means stormy and wet conditions. An Italian scientist named Torricelli built the first barometer in 1643.
barometer

A SLING PSYCHROMETER measures relative humidity, using the cooling effect of evaporation. Two thermometers are used in a sling psychrometer. Wet the cloth of one of the thermometers and swing the psychrometer around a few times. Water evaporates from the cloth, causing the temperatures on that thermometer to be lower than the other.
sling-psychrometer

A RAIN GAUGE measures the amount of rain that has fallen over a specific time period.
rain-gauge

A WIND VANE is an instrument that determines the direction from which the wind is blowing.
wind-vane

An ANEMOMETER measures wind speed. The cups catch the wind, turning a dial attached to the instrument. The dial shows the wind speed.
anemometer

A WIND SOCK is a conical textile tube, which resembles a giant sock, designed to indicate wind direction and relative wind speed.
wind-sock

WEATHER MAPS indicate atmospheric conditions above a large portion of the Earth's surface. Meteorologists use weather maps to forecast the weather.
weather-map

A HYGROMETER measures the water vapor content of air or the humidity.
hygrometer

A WEATHER BALLOON measures weather conditions higher up in the atmosphere.
weather-balloon

A COMPASS is a navigational instrument for finding directions.
compass

WEATHER SATELLITES are used to photograph and track large-scale air movements. Then meteorologists compile and analyze the data with the help of computers.
weather-satellite

YOUR EYES are one of the best ways to help detect the weather. Always keep an eye at the sky and you'll usually be on top of weather conditions.

Types of Verbs

A verb is an action word or a doing word. It is used to tell us what action is done in a sentence.
Types of Verbs.

1. Action words : Most verbs are action words because they are used to tell us what action is done in a sentence.
Examples of such verbs are jump, dance, walk, sleep, fight, write,

2. Auxiliary or Helping Verbs : These verbs are used with other verbs. They help other verbs. Examples of such verbs are can, may, will, etc

3. Linking verbs : These verbs are used to say what things are. They are always used with verbs to say what things are. Examples of such verbs are become, be, is, am, are, were, etc.

It is important to note that most verbs that are used as action words may be transitive verbs (with direct objects) or intransitive (without object or direct object)

Evaluation :

Identify the type of Verb that is in bracket in each of the following sentences
1. It (will) rain tomorrow. Answer =.......

2. Where (is) the book. Answer =........

3. (Can) I help you? Answer =.........

4. It (is) bad. Answer =.......

5. They (jumped) out through the window. Answer =......

Further Mathematics. Third Term SS2.

       
                       THIRD TERM  EXAMINATION, 2009/2010 SESSION.
                         SUBJECT: FURTHER MATHEMATICS (1)     
             CLASS: SSS 2                 TIME ALLOWED: 2HRS

 
INSTRUCTION: Answer ALL the questions

If P={x:1=x=6}and
Q={x:2<x<9}
where x
R,
find PnQ (a) {x:2=x=6}
                (b) {x:2=x<6} (c) {x:2<x<6} (d) {x:2<x=6}
simplify -2/3 (a) -4 (b) -1/4 (c) 1/8 (d) 4

A binary operation * is defined on the set R of real numbers by a*b=
find the value of v2*v6 (a) v3 (b) 3v2/4 (c) v3/2 (d)

If (x-3) is a factor of 2x3+3x2-17x-30 find the remaining factors (a) (2x-5)(x-2) (b) (2x-5)(x+2) (c) (2x+5)(x-2) (d) (2x+5)(x+2)

Given that (v3-5v2)( v3+v2)=P+qv6 find q (a) 4 (b) -4 (c) -5 9d) -7

Find the coefficient of x4 in the binomial expansion of (1-2x)6 (a) 320 (b) 240 (c) -240 (d) -320

Find the equation of the line passing through (0,-1) and parallel to the y-axis (a) y=-1 (b) y=0 (c) x=0 (d) x=-1

Find the sum of the exponential series 96+24+6+�. (a) 144 (b) 128 (c) 72 (d) 64

Evaluate Log0.258 (a) 3/2 (b)2/3 (c) -2/3 (d) -3/2

Evaluate (a)1 (b)1/2 (c)0 (d) -1
A committee of 4 is to be selected from a group of 5 men and 3 women. In how many ways can this be done if the chairman of the committee must be a man (a) 15 (b) 40 (c) 70 (d) 175

Simplify (a) 24 (b) 18   (c) 12  (d) 6
.
The area of a sector of a circle is 3cm2 if the sector subtends an angle of 1.5 radians at the centre calculate the radius of the circle. (a) 1cm (b)v2cm (c)2cm (d) 4cm

In a firing contest the probabilities that Joy and Oyinkansola in the target are 2/5 and 1/3 respectively. What is the probability that none of them will hit the target (a)1/5 (b) 2/5 (c) 3/5 (d) 4/5

The equation of the line of best fit for variable x and y is y=19.33+0.42x, where x is the independent variable. Estimate the value of y when x=15 (a) 18.91 (b) 19.74 (c) 25.63 (d) 38.23

Find the coordinates of the centre of the circle 4x2+4y2-5x+3y-2=0 (a) (-5/4,3/4) (b) (3/8,-5/8) (c) (5/8,-3/8) (d) (-5/4,-3/4)
A and B are two independent events such that P(A)=2/5 and P(AnB)=1/15

find P(B) (a) 3/5 (b) 1/3 (c) 1/6 (d) 2/15

Calculate correct to one decimal place the angle between 5i+12j and 2i+3j (a)54.8� (b) 56.3� (c) 66.4� (d) 76.3�

The sum of the first three terms of an Arithmetic progression (A.P) is 18. if the first term is 4. find the product (a)130 (b) 192 (c)210 (d) 260

The gradient of a line passing through the points P (4, 5) and Q(x, 9) is �. Find the value of x (a) -4 (b) 0 (c) 4 (d) 12
Simplify       (a) � (b) �v3 (c) 3 (d)2v3

Given that log2y1/2=log5125 find the value of y (a) 16 (b)  25 (c)36 (d) 64
Simplify (a)3v2 (b)2v3 (c) v3 (d) v2

Find the area of the circle whose equation is x2+y2-4x+8y+11=0 (a)3

Find the surd form the value of tan 15� (a) (2+v3) (b) (1+v3) (c) (3-v1) (d) (2-v3)

A bag contains 2 red and 4 green sweet each from the box one after the other without replacement. What is the probability that at a sweet with green wrapper is picked (a)1/5 (b)2/5 (c)8/15 (d)14/15

Evaluate   (a) 4   (b) 3 (c) 2 (d) 0
Find the value of p which will make (x2-x+P) a perfect square (a) -1/2 (b)1/4 (c)1/2 (d) 1

The equation of a circle is given by x2+y2-4x+2y-3 find the radius and the coordinates of its centre (a) 3,(-1,2) (b) 2v2,(2,-1) (c)2v2,(2,1) (d) 9,(2,-1)
The Polynomial g(x) =2x3+3x2+qx-1 has the same remainder when divided by (x+2) and (x-1). Find the value of constant q (a) -11 (b) -9 (c) -3 (d) -1

How many ways can 12 people be divided into three group of 2,7 and 3 in that order (a) 7,920 (b) 792 (c)187 (d)42

Given that P=4i +3j find the unit vector in the direction of P (a) 1/3(4i+3j) (b) 1/3(3i+4j) (c)1/5(3i+4j) (d)1/5(4i+3j)

Three students are working independently on a further mathematics problem. Their respective probabilities of solving the problem are 0.6, 0.7 and 0.8. what is the probability that at least one of them solves the problem (a) 0.024 (b) 0.336 (c) 0.664 (d) )0.976

A group of 5 boys and 4 girls is to be chosen from a class of 8 boys� and 6 girls. In how many ways can this be done? (a) 840 (b) 480 (c)408 (d) 380

Calculate correct to one decimal place the standard deviation of the numbers -1,5,0,2 and 9  (a) 7.2   (b) 6.6   (c) 3.6   (d) 3.2

Two statements are represented by p and q as follows: P: he is brilliant q: he is regular in class. Which of the following symbols represent the statement �he is regular in class but dull�? (a) qv~P  (b) q^~p   (c) ~q^~p   (d) ~q?~p

Find the coefficients of x4 in the binomial expansion of (2+x)6 (a)120 (b)80 (c)60 (d)15

Given f(x) = 4x3+2x2+5 find f1(2) (a)56 (b)75 (c)90 (d)45

Find the derivative of     (a)2x + 2 -    (b) 2x � 2 - (c) 2x+2-3x4 (d) 2x-  2+





       
                       THIRD TERM  EXAMINATION, 2009/2010 SESSION.
                         SUBJECT: FURTHER MATHEMATICS (2)   
             CLASS:  SSS 2                  TIME ALLOWED:2�HRS

  
SECTION A: Answer ALL Questions in this section (48 marks)
Solve the simultaneous equation log2x-log2y=2, log2(x-2y)=3
Given that tan 2A =  evaluate tan 15�

Express in the form mv2+nv5 where m and n are rational numbers

Differentiate with respect to x, x3+2x from the first principles

The sum of 2nd and 5th terms of an arithmetic progression (A.P) is 42. if the difference between the 6th and 3rd term is 12 find the
Common difference
First term
20th term

The table shows the distribution of the ages of a group of people in a   village

(in Years)
15-18
19-22
23-26
27-30
31-34
35-38

Frequency
40
33
25
10
8
4

    Using an assumed mean of 24.5     calculate the mean of the distribution

If (x+2) and (x-1) are factors of f(x) =6x4+mx3-13x2+nx+14 find the
Values of m and n
Remainder where f(x) is divided by (x+1)

An object is projected vertically upward with a velocity of 80ms-1 find the
Maximum height reached;
Time taken to return to the point of projection. (Take g=10ms-2)

SECTION B: Answer FOUR question only from this section (52 Marks)
All questions carry equal marks

   9(a). The 3rd and 6th terms of a geometric progression (G.P) are 2 and 54 respectively. Find the
Common ratio
First term
The sum of the first 10 term; correct to the nearest whole number.

    (b). The points (7,3), (2,8) and (-3,3) lie on a circle find the
   (i) Equation
   (ii) Radius of the circle
   10. The table below shows the distribution of hours spent at work by
employees of a factory in a week

Time (hours)
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
70-79

No. of persons
8
11
23
25
8
5

    (a). Draw an Ogive for this distribution
    (b). Using your graph estimate the

(i) Median (ii) Lower quartile (iii) 40th
percentile
(iv) number of employees� that spent at least 50 hours 30 minutes


































   11. The table below shows the corresponding value of two variables X and Y
X
33
31
28
25
23
22
19
17
16
14

Y
4
6
4
10
12
10
14
15
18
22

    (a). Plot a scatter diagram to represent the data
    (b). Calculate
    (c). Draw the line of best fit to pass through ( )
    (d). from your graph in C, determine the
(i) relationship between X and Y
(ii) Value of Y and X is 24
  A survey indicated that 65% of the families in an area have cars. Find correct to three decimal places the probability that among 7 families selected at random in the area
exactly 5
3 or 4
At most 2 of them have cars
     13a. If 18Cr = Cr+2, find rC5
        (b). Five (5) female and seven (7) male teachers applied for 4 vacancies in    a junior High Scholl. The teachers are equally qualified. Find the numbers of ways of employing the 4 teachers. If
(i) There is no restriction
(ii) at least 2 of them are females
14a. Write down the first four terms of the binomial expansion of (2  - 1/2x)5 in   ascending powers of x
     14b.Use your expansion in (a) to find correct to two decimal places the value     of (1.99)5    
     15a.  Resolve into partial fractions
    15b. The Position vectors of point P,Q and R with respect to the origin are (4i-  5j), (i+3j) and      (-   5i+2j) respectively. If PQRM is parallelogram find
the position vector of M

Ìṣe dá Ọ̀rọ̀ Orúkọ

      1. Orisirisi ona ni a lè gbà láti s'eda oro orúkọ. Nípa lílo afọmọ ibere (ai) àti (òní)
Bíi àpẹẹrẹ

1. Ai + ku = aiku
2. Ai + lowo = àìlọ́wọ̀
3. Ai + jẹun = aijeun
4. Ai + sise = àṣìṣe
Áì + gbagbọ = aigbagbo

      2. Ona miran ti a lè tún lè gbà s'eda oro orúkọ ni nípa lílo afọmọ ìbéèrè {oni}
  Bíi àpẹẹrẹ
1. Oni + ata = alata
2. Oni + aso = alaso
3. Òní + aya  = aláya
4. Òní + ọkọ  = okoko
5. Òní + ilé    = onílé

      3.  A tun le s'eda oro nípa lílo afọmọ àárín (ki)  nípa sísọ oro orúkọ mejo papọ
Bíi àpẹẹrẹ
1. Ile + ki + ilé = ilekile
2. Ise + kí + ìṣe = isekise
3. Ọmọ + kí + ọmọ = omokomo
4 . ilé + kí + ilé  = ilekile

Mathematics . Simple Linear Equation

Linear Equation in any mathematical equation that has one variable or unknown. 

Sample :
  X + 5 = 7. 
What is the value of x. 

      In this equation the unknown variable is x.  So we need to solve for x. 

X+5 =7 
    X=7-5
    X=2

We must know the rule of inverse when will deal with equation 

   Note the following rules of inverse 
          The inverse of + = -
           The inverse of * = /  etc 

Solve the following 
1. 10x + 5 = 8x + 7

2.  X- 4 = 10

3. 2x + 4 = 10

4. 5x + 6 = 3x -  8 


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Practice questions on Government

Write out short notes not less than six lines on the following 

1. Military government 

2. Federal government 

3. Democracy 

4. Presidential system of government 

5. Feudalism 

6. Capitalism 

7. Socialism 

8. Oligarchy 

9. Totalitarism 

10. Theocracy 
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Practice questions on Civic Education

1.What are the early symptoms of HIv/AIDS 

2. Mention three ways by which HIV virus may be spread of transfered to another person 

3. Explain Mother to child infection of HIV virus 

4. Mention two types of HIV virus 

5. Write out the following in full 

   a) AIDS=

   b) HIV=

   c)  STDs

7. What are moral values that uphold a nation 

8.  What are values 

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This is really Tough Provoking

*COPIED: Thought-provoking piece 🤔🤔🤔

Author: *Anonymous*

The biggest country in Africa that the United Kingdom colonized is Nigeria.

The biggest country that the United Kingdom colonized in Asia is India (which then comprised the present Pakistan and Bangladesh).

When the UK came into Nigeria and India, like all other countries they colonized, they brought along their technology, religion (Christianity), and culture: names, dressing, food, language, etc.

Try as hard as the British did, India rejected the British religion, names, dressing, food, and even language, but they did not reject the British technology.

Today, 80.5% of Indians are Hindus; 13.4% Muslims; 2.3% Christians; 1.9% Sikhs; 0.8% Buddhists, etc.

Hindi is the official language of the government of India, but English is used extensively in business and administration and has the status of a "subsidiary official language."

It is rare to find an Indian with an English name or dressed in suit.

On the other hand, Nigeria embraced, to a large extent, the British religion, British culture – names, dressing, foods, and language – but rejected the British technology.

The difference between the Nigerian and the Indian experiences is that while India is proud of its heritage, Nigeria takes little pride in its heritage, a situation that has affected the nationalism of Nigerians and our development as a nation.

Before the advent of Christianity, the Arabs had brought Islam into Nigeria through the North.

Islam also wiped away much of the culture of Northern Nigeria.

Today, the North
has only Sharia Courts but no Customary Courts.

So from the North to the South of Nigeria, the Western World and the Eastern
World have shaped our lives to be like theirs and we have lost much or all of our identity.

Long after the British and Arabs left Nigeria, Nigeria has waxed strong in religion to the extent that Nigerians now set up religious branches of their home-grown churches in Europe, the Americas, Asia and other African countries.

Just like the Whites brought the gospel to us, Nigerians now take the gospel back to the Whites.

In Islam, we are also very vibrant to the extent that if there is a blasphemous comment against Islam in Denmark or the US, even if there is no violent reaction in Saudi Arabia, the Islamic headquarters of the world, there will be loss of lives and destruction of property in Nigeria.

If the United Arab Emirates, a country with 75% Muslims, is erecting the tallest building in the world and encouraging the world to come and invest in its country by providing a friendly environment, Boko Haram ensures that the economy of the North (and by extension that of Nigeria) is crippled with bombs and bullets unless every Nigerian converts to Boko Haram's brand of Islam.

In the East we have IPOB wrecking havoc.

While in the South - South region, Mend, Avengers and so on destroying the Heart of our Nations Economy.

We are indeed a very religious people.

Meanwhile, while we are building the biggest churches and mosques, the Indians, South Africans, Chinese, Europeans and Americans have taken over our key markets: telecoms, satellite TV, multinationals, banking, oil and gas, automobile, aviation, shopping malls, hospitality, etc.

Ironically, despite our exploits in religion, we are a people with little godliness, a people without scruples.

It is rare to do business with a Nigerian pastor, deacon, knight, elder, brother, sister, imam, mullah, mallam, alhaji or alhaja without the person laying landmines of bribes and deception on your path.

We call it PR, facilitation fee, processing fee, transport
money, financial engineering, deal, or whatever.

But if it does not change hands, nothing gets done.

And when it is amassed, we say it is "God's blessings."

Some people assume that sleaze is a problem of public functionaries, but the private sector seems to be worse than the public sector these days.

One would have assumed that the more churches and mosques that spring up in every nook and cranny of Nigeria, the higher the
morals in our society.

But it is not so.

The situation is that the more religious we get, the baser we become.

Our land never knew the type of bloodshed experienced from religious extremists, political desperadoes, ritual killers, armed robbers, kidnappers, internet scammers, university cultists, and lynch mobs.

Life has become so cheap and brutish that everyday seems to be a bonanza.

We import the petroleum that we have in abundance, rice and beans that our land can produce in abundance, and even toothpicks that primary school children can produce with little or no effort.

Yet we drive the best of cars and live in the best of edifices, visit the best places in the world for holidays and use the most expensive electronic and telecoms gadgets.

It is now a sign of poverty for a Nigerian to ride a saloon car. Four-wheel drive is it!

Even government officials, who were known to use only Peugeot cars as official cars as a sign of modesty, have upgraded to Toyota Prado, without any iota of shame, in a country
where about 70 per cent live below poverty.

Private jets have become as common as cars.

A nation that imports toothpicks and pins, flaunts wealth and wallows in ostentation at a time its children are trooping to Ghana, South Africa and the UK for university education
and its sick people are running to India for treatment.

India produces automobile and exports it to the world. India's medical care is second to none, with even Americans and Europeans
travelling to the country for medical treatment.

India has joined the nuclear powers. India has launched a successful mission to the moon.

Yet bicycles and tricycles are common sights in India. But in Nigeria, only the wretched of the earth ride bicycles.

I have intentionally chosen to compare Nigeria with India rather than China, South Korea, Brazil, Malaysia, or Singapore, because of the similarities between India and Nigeria. But these countries were not as promising as Nigeria at the time of our independence.

Some would say that our undoing is our size: the 2012 United Nations estimate puts Nigeria's population at 166 million, while India has a population of about a billion.

Some would blame it on the multiplicity of ethnic groups: we have 250 ethnic groups; India has more than 2000 ethnic groups.

Some would hang it on the diversity in religion: we have two major religions – Christianity and Islam; but India has many.

Some would say it is because we are young as an independent nation: we have 56 years of independence; India has 65 years, while apartheid ended in South Africa only in 1994.

I am a Muslim, and nothing can change me from practicing Islam.

But I think that our country is daily sinking into religiosity to the detriment of godliness. Our land is sick and needs healing. "If my people who are called by my name will humble themselves, and pray and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land" is still a saying that is germane to our current situation.

We need more godliness than religion; more work and less hope; and more action and less words.

Let everyone tidy up his or her corner first and demand fervently that our leaders tidy their areas of governance. Our nation is degenerating at a fast pace and we need to save it now.

We as a people must positively change our attitude towards our dear country now.

Practice questions on nursery work nursery 1 and 2

1.) Write figures 1 - 80




































































2.) Write in words
1 ____________________________________________________
2 ____________________________________________________
3 ____________________________________________________
4 ____________________________________________________
5 ____________________________________________________

3.) Multiplication Table

2 x 1 = _________________
2 x 2 = _________________
2 x 3 = _________________
2 x 4 = _________________
2 x 5 = _________________
2 x 6 = _________________
2 x 7 = _________________
2 x 8 = _________________
2 x 9 = _________________
2 x 10 = ________________
2 x 11 = ________________
2 x 12 = _________________

4.) Write in numbers

One = __________ Six = ______________
Two = __________ Seven = ____________
Three = _________ Eight = ____________
Four = __________ Nine = _____________
Five = ___________ Ten = ______________

5.) Addition of objects

         +                                    =  ______________

                                   +                               =  ______________
                                  
                                    +                              =  ________________

+        =  _______________

H H H H H H H +    H H H H H H H = _______________

6.) Fill in the missing numbers

1     _______    3    _______      5    _______    7    _______     9     _______    11 

_______    13     _______     15     _______     17    _______    18     _______    20

________  22    ________     24     _______    26     _______   28     _______    30

1.) Capital letter A  Z



























2.) Small letter a  z



























3.) Write five two letter words
i.) ___________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) _______________________________

v.) ____________________________

4.)  Fill in the missing letters:
       A  ________   C   ________   E   ________   G   ________   I    ________      
        
        K   ________  M   ________  O   ________   Q   ________   S  ________ 

        V    ________  W  ________   Y   ________

5.) Write five three letter words
i.) ____________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) ______________________________

v.) ____________________________

6.) Identify these letters
Aa        Dd      Gg      Jj       Mm    Nn    Rr    Ss





















          BOD PEARLS SCHOOL
(Montessori)
   SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE

NAME:
1.) Mention five colours
i.) ___________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) ______________________________
v.) ____________________________
2.) Mention five foods
i.) ____________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) ______________________________
v.) ______________________________
3.) Mention five foods that we get from plants
i.) ____________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) ______________________________
v.) ___________________________
4.) Mention  foods we get from animals
i.) ____________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) ______________________________
v.) ___________________________
5.) Mention four uses of water
i.) ____________________________     ii.) _____________________________

iii.) ____________________________ iv.) __________________________

6.) We feel _______________________ (a) water (b) air

7.) Living things that have life (a) Yes (b) No

8.) Plants and Animals are examples of living things (a) Yes (b) No

9.) Flower, maize, goat, rat are living things (a) Yes (b) No

10.) Non-living things are things that do not have life (a) Yes (b) No

11.) Stone, wood, car and computer are examples of non-living things.                  (a) Yes    (b) No

12.)  Mention five animals
i.) ____________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) ______________________________

v.) ____________________________

13.) Mention five things in the school
i.) ____________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) ______________________________

v.) ____________________________

14.) Mention five things in the home
i.) ____________________________ ii.) _______________________________

iii.) ___________________________ iv.) _______________________________

v.) ____________________________

15.) Mention the five sense organs and what we use them for
Sense Organ What we use them for

i.) _____________________ __________________________

ii.) _____________________ __________________________

iii.) _____________________ __________________________

iv.) _____________________ __________________________

v.) ______________________ __________________________

       SUBJECT: HEALTH HABIT

NAME:

1.) The animals that cause sickness to man are ______________  (a) big (b) small

2.) _________________ causes malaria (a) bed bug (b) mosquito

3.) We must be sure that our _____________ are clean always (a) leg (b) hands

4.) Do not put __________________ on your head or hair (a) water (b) sand

5.) _________________ is what makes us not to be well (a) health (b) sickness

6.) ____________________ are things that we take to make us strong and well (a) drugs (b) sand

7.) Drugs are good but can be harmful (a) True (b) false

8.) All the time is not for ________________ and work (a) play (b) laugh

9.) There is a time to ________________ and sleep (a) work (b) rest

10.) It is ____________ to sneeze or cough anywhere (a) normal (b) strange

11.) Say _____________ when u cough or sneeze in public (a) thank you                   (b) excuse me

12.) __________________ is a bad thing that happens to people (a) accident               (b) birthday

13.) Children should not play with ___________ (a) toys (b) blade

14.) Do not pick _______________ from the ground eat (a) brush (b) food

15.) _________________ your body when it is cold (a) cover (b) expose
  SUBJECT: CIVIC, MORAL AND
      SECURITY EDUCATION

NAME:

1.) Children must ______________ with their parent in public (a) stay  (b) fight
2.) When mother is ______________ in the kitchen  (a) busy  (b) bathing
3.) There are things we can do to ___________ her.   (a) help   (b) hate
4.) What we have, we must _____________ with others.  (a) sell  (b) share
5.) God ________________ children who love to give.  (a) blesses  (b) beats
6.) The obedient child does _______________ things.  (a) bad   (b) good
7.) ____________ children neither pinch nor bite.  (a) bad   (b) good
8.) What you want to do, do _____________ !  (a) never   (b) quick
9.) Do not tell lies to people, it is ______________.  (a) truth  (b) shameful
10.) Good children dont use ________________ words. (a) bad   (b) good
11.) Tell your parent or teacher when you see a _________________ things.                 (a) strange   (b) loving
12.) Do not take what does not _______________ to you. (a) connect   (b) belong
13.) Do not ______________ anywhere, it is very bad.  (a) fight   (b) greet
14.) Tell your parent  or teacher when you ____________ down or injured.                (a) lay  (b) fall
15.) Do not push what you want to do to ____________ time.  (a) next  (b) now

CLASS: NUR. I        SUBJECT: SOCIAL HABIT
NAME:

1.) _________________ behaviour is good everywhere.  (a) good  (b) bad
2.) Do not ___________ on the  road.  (a) play  (b) walk
3.) A teacher teaches in the ____________________ (a) market  (b) school
4.) Aeroplanes fly in the ______________ (a) air   (b) water
5.) Sick people go to the _______________ (a) farm  (b) hospital
6.) Muslims worship in the ________________ (a) mosque  (b) church
7.) Christians worship in the ________________ (a) mosque  (b) church
8.) People _____________ to their God in different places. (a) pray  (b) laugh
9.) Car moves on the _________________ (a) road  9b0 air
10.) The capital of Lagos is _______________  (a) Ikeja   (b) Uyo
11.) The capital of Oyo is __________________ (a) Bauchi  (b) Ibadan
12.) The capital of Abia is ___________________  (a) Asaba  (b) Umuahia
13.) Say _____________ when asking for something from someone.                      (a) Please   (b) thank you
14.) I am a __________________ (a) boy   (b) girl
15.) Green stands for __________________ (a) agriculture   (b) peace

CLASS: NUR. I        SUBJECT: DRAWING
NAME:

Draw a pencil and colour it with brown.

























SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2015/ 2016
CLASS: NUR. I        SUBJECT: RHYMES
NAME:

Tick says the clock
2.)One two buckle my shoe
Fly, fly, fly the butter-fly
I love maths
Triangle Triangle
Are you in the Lords army?
There are five magic words
There are seven days in a week
Education carry me
10.) We are happy, happy











         
CLASS: NUR. I    
    SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE

NAME:

1.) Fill in the missing numbers:

1 _________ 3 _________ 5
5 _________ 7 _________ 9
6 _________ 8 _________ 10
2.) How many objects can you see?

= ____________

= _____________

= ___________

= _________

3.) Count together and write:

6 + 8     + 7 = ________

4   +     4  +  6= ___________

 8     +  9    + 6 = _____________

4.) Match the same numbers:
6                                10

8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
5.) Match number to its words:
1 Four
2 Five
3 One
4 Two
5 Three
6.) Match the same shapes:






CLASS: NUR. I        SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING
NAME:

1.) Circle the small letters:

A     B          a      d           E      c        C

M     o          O       H           I       J s

J     S           T        h t       D r

2.) Circle the capital letters:

a      b           C        c F       f D     d

N      n           P        p r       R t     T

3.) Write the letter that begins the names of the objects:

____________

____________

____________

____________

____________

____________

4.) Match the object with the correct letter:

F

T

C

N

W

5.) Circle the vowel letters:

A B C D E F G

H I J K L M N

O P Q R S T U

V W X Y Z

6.) Fill in the missing letters:

A _________ C _________ E

A _________ c _________ e

F _________ H _________ J

F _________ h _________ j

Seven mostly mistakes of life

The costly life mistakes to avoid shared in this e-book are really great. The e-book is truly a life changer. I will share the preamble of the 7 lessons shared in the e-book.

LESSON #1:  Worry Won't Solve Any Problem

"When you worry, you are paying interest on an overdraft you never took! Does it make any sense?"

LESSON #2: Success Is Not A Day's Job

"A tomato fruit can be ripened in two ways. You could spray a chemical on it and you would have a ripe tomato fruit overnight. You could also allow it to grow through the maturation process. Which one do you think would taste better? Drop that microwave success mentality. It won't get you anywhere. Believe me!"

LESSON #3: More Money Won't Make You Rich Without Discipline

"I remember the words of the great evangelist, Billy Graham. He said, "When wealth is lost, nothing is lost. When health is lost, something is lost. But when character is lost, all is lost." Don't lose your character in the bid to make some small amount of money!"

LESSON #4: Location Won't Change Who You Are

"Archbishop Benson Idahosa once said that a lizard in Nigeria will not become a crocodile in America. He was trying to address a mindset that many of us in the third world have. We say that if only we could go to the western nations, if only we could go to the countries that look so beautiful in the movies and in the magazines, then our lives would change. That is a big lie!"

LESSON #5: Success Always Comes With A Balance

"Zig Ziglar said, I believe that being successful means having a balance of success stories across the many areas of your life. You can't truly be considered successful in your business life if your home life is in shambles. How true!"

LESSON #6: Accept People The Way They Are

"Mike Murdock once said that when two people are doing the same thing or acting the same way, one of them is irrelevant! God does not have a duplicating machine. He fashioned every one of us differently. "

LESSON #7: You Need Your Body to Achieve Your Goals

"Someone once remarked that he wouldn't want to become the wealthiest man on the hospital bed or in the graveyard. You need sound health to achieve God's purpose for your life. "

Universal Basic Education UBE

   This was the initiative of the federal government of Nigeria that every child that is of school attending age should be given compulsory, free universal education.

This will prepare then for life in order for them to contribute their own quota to the development of their country

Importance of Universal Basic Education UBE

1. It provides free and compulsory free education for all Nigerians of school going age

2. It eradicate illiteracy in some part of the country

3. It reduces illiteracy in some parts of the country

4.  It curbs pupils from roaming the street

5.  It curbs begging in some parts of the country
The Universal Basic Education (UBE) Programme is a nine (9) year basic educational programme, which was launched and executed by the government and people of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to eradicate illiteracy, ignorance and poverty as well as stimulate and accelerate national development, political consciousness and national integration. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo flagged off UBE on 30 th September 1999 in Sokoto , Sokoto State.
The UBE Programme is Nigeria's strategy for the achievement of Education for All (EFA) and the education-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

The implementation process of the programme has been on since 1999 , but progress was hampered by lack of an enabling law to execute certain aspects of the programme. What a big relief it was when the President signed the UBE Bill into law on 26 th May 2004 following its passage by the National Assembly .
The UBE Act 2004 makes provision for basic education comprising of ECCE, Primary and Junior Secondary Education. The financing of basic education is the responsibility of States and Local Governments. However, the Federal Government has decided to intervene in the provision of basic education with 2% of its Consolidated Revenue Fund. For states to fully benefit from this Fund, criteria were established which states are to comply. The Act also provides for the establishment of the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) to co-ordinate the implementation of the programme at the states and local government through the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) of each state and the Local Government Education Authorities (LGEAs) . The Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) was formally established on 7 th October 2004 .

Vision Statement

To be a world class education intervention and regulatory agency for the promotion of uniform,qualitative and functional basic education in Nigeria

Mission Statement

To operate as an intervention, coordinating and monitoring Agency to progressively improved the capacity of states, local Government Agencies and communities in the provision of unfettered access to high qualitative basic education in Nigeria

Scope of UBE

Programmes and initiatives for early childhood care and education, Six-year Primary Education, and three (3) years of Junior Secondary Education.

Objectives Of UBEEnsure unfettered access to nine (9) years of formal basic education.The provision of free, Universal Basic Education for every Nigerian child of school­ going age. 

Reducing drastically the incidence of drop-out from the formal school system, through improved relevance, quality and efficiencyEnsuring the acquisition of appropriate levels of literacy, numeracy, manipulative, communicative and life skills as well as the ethical, moral and civic values needed for laying a solid foundation for life-long learning.
       
         Core Values of the UBE Commission
Honesty and AccountabilityIntegrity and TransparencyTeam Work and Commitment

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