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Good morning my fellow investors and potential investors Don't only pray but work Don't only take but give Don't only answer but...

Don't just save, invest!

Good morning my fellow investors and potential investors
Don't only pray but work
Don't only take but give
Don't only answer but ask
Don't only save but invest
Don't only keep the law but live by the law.
Don't only Cry but smile
Don't only reject but accept
To everything in life ,there is always two sides
There is no death without birth
There is no father without mother
There is no falsehood without truth
There is no faith without work
There is no Returns without investment
There is nothing without something.
Remember ,we are all investors .we either invest to gain or to loss
See you at the top

Run Your Own Race

*Ben Carson wrote:*

I was jogging this morning and I noticed a person about 1/2 a kilometer ahead. I could tell he was running a little slower than me and I thought, good, I shall try to catch him. I had about a kilometer before I needed to turn off. So I started running faster and faster.

Every block, I was gaining on him just a little bit. After just a few minutes I was only about 100 meters behind him, so I really picked up the pace and pushed myself. You would have thought I was running in the last leg of an Olympic competition. I was determined to catch him.

Finally, I did it! I caught and passed him. On the inside, I felt so good. "I beat him" Of course, he didn't even know we were racing.

After I passed him, I realized I had been so focused on competing against him that I had missed my house. I had gone nearly six blocks past my house and I had to turn and go back.

Isn't that what happens in life when we focus on competing with co-workers, neighbors, friends, family, trying to outdo them or trying to prove that we are more successful or more important?

We spend our time and energy running after them and we miss out on our own paths to our God-given destinies.

The problem with unhealthy competition is that it's a never ending cycle. There will always be somebody ahead of you, someone with a better job, nicer car, more money in the bank, more education, a prettier wife, a more handsome husband, better behaved children, etc.
But realize that "You can be the best that you can be, when you are not competing with anyone."
Some people are insecure because they pay too much attention to what others are, where others are going, wearing and driving.

Take what God has given you, the height, weight and personality. Dress well and wear it proudly, you'll be blessed by it. Stay focused and live a healthy life. There is no competition in Destiny.

*Run your own race and wish others well.*

First Term Examination. Literature In English. SS1.


1. One of the main of satire is________________ through ridicule
(a) correct (b)to embarrass (c)to provoke fun (d)to sensitize.

2. A play that deals with only humour and laughter is called_____________
(a) farce (b)pantomine (c)comedy (d)tragedy.

3. The clothes worn by the cast in a drama is called_________________
(a)apparels (b)culottes (c)costumes (d)dresses

4. A piece of writing or speech that attacks or ridicules another person in a spiteful way is
called____________(a)parody (b)innuendo (c)satire (d)lampoon

5. A character of humour who is used to bring about laughter and relief in a tight play to
entertain is called______________(a)pantomime (b)clown (c)mad man (d)writer

6. _______________ is the name given to the whole body of actors and actresses on stage.
(a)Drama (b)cast (c)sonnet (d)spectator

7. A period in a tense plot that brings in laughter and humour in order to relief tension is known
as______________ (a) recess (b)comic relief (c)silent acting (d)anxiety

8. Another name for a clown is ___________________
(a)jester (b)brother (c)poet (d)actor

9. Meisosis is the same as _________________
(a)Litotes (b) Zeugma (c)pun (d)Onomatopoeia

10. "The child is the father of the man" .
The dominant figure of speech in the above is___________
(a)Oxymoron (b)synecdoche (c)paradox (d)meton

11. "Tolu heard the roaring of the Lion in the Zoo" The dominant device above is _____________
(a)Personification (b) onomatopoeia(c)descriptive (d)metaphor

12. A comedy is a play in which_______________________
(a)nobody dies (b)there is a happy ending (c)there is real laughter (d) the hero is a clown

13. Catharsis is the same as ______________
(a)flash back (b)denonment (c)allegory (d)prologue

14. A term used in describing an effective choice of words in a literary work is ____________
(a)dipthong (b)diction (c)denotation (d)dialogue

15. The moment of heightened tension in a work of art is called________________
(a)denoument (b)climax (c)conflict (d) anti-climax

16. The recall of past events in order to explain the present in a literary work is called _________
(a)recall (b)remembering (c)recapitulations (d)flash-back

17. Melody's shoes sounded click, click, click down the corridor. The dominant device above is____________ (a)personification (b)descriptive (c) narrative (d)onomatopoeia 

18. His cartoons mercilessly________________ the leading politician of his time
(a)lampoon (b)fable (c)bathos (d) pun

19. Heaven is hell, hell is heaven. This is an example of ______________
(a)chiasmus (b)pun (c)Litotes (d) anti-thesis.

20. One of these is not a figure of speech
(a)metaphor (b)paradox (c)simile (d)drama

21. Nigeria won the cup. Is an example of __________________
(a)Synecdoche (b)assonance (c)oxymoron (d)sarcasm

22. We study Literature in School because it __________________
(a)provides a means to kill time (b)exposes students to life realities (c)provides readers with
entertainment (d)teaches readers the use of words

23. Identify the odd literary device from the list below
(a) enjambment (b)plot (c)rhyme (d)alliteration

24. When a question is asked in a piece of work without an answer being sought, such a question is known as__________________ question.
(a)rhetorical (b)paradoxical (c)leading (d)pointed

25. The recalling of past events or action in order to shed more light on the present is known as______________ in Literature.
(a)flash forward (b)flash back (c)flash on (d)flash down

26. The prologue in a literary composition is at the________________
(a)end (b)middle (c)beginning (d)none of the above

27. The literary tem that describe the place and year a novel is written is called_____________
(a)setting (b)plot (c)style (d)narratives technique



Giving(Giving is a habit)
Service unto the Lord

No evil hand will cover your glory

No evil hand will cover your glory because the sun and the moon can't be stopped from shining. Your life will shine like the sun by day and become bright like the moon at night. All the disaster and tragedies that is left in this year for the devil to balance his account, shall be minus you and your family .You will walk through the remaining days of the year unhurt and your life will be secured by the special grace of God. Almighty God will be your defender and protector, He will defend you against all conspiracy and protect you from the arrow of the enemies in Jesus Might name. Amen. Good morning, have a blessed week .🙏🏽

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Abaku Atama

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Insurance. Business studies jss 0ne

What is insurance?

Insurance is the pooling of fund for the purpose of indemnifying a person that has suffer a loss.  It is a situation whereby a group of people come together to put a specific amount as saving somewhere so that if in future there is a risk or loss, such person that suffer a risk or loss may be compensated from the pool of fund that has been contributed 

Definition of Basic key words in Insurance 

Division of Fractions by Whole numbers

A fraction is a part of a whole number. It is a division of a whole number. The number that is up is called the numerator while the number that is down is the Denominator

Division of Fractions by another fraction 

Whenever we want to divide a fraction by another fraction we invert the fraction that is on the left hand by making thr numerator to become thr Denominator and after that we divide by further by common factors of the numerator and the denominator. 

Division of Fractions by Whole numbers 

Primary One. First Term.

Weeks.        Topics
1.                   Phonological 

Awareness. Identification and name sound made by some animals