Tye and Dye

Tye and Dye

Tie and dye is the process of tying a piece of cloth and dipping them in a bowl of dye with the aim of getting a beautiful pattern. The Yorù...
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Nursery 2 First Term English

Nursery 2 First Term English

NAME:……………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Read the passage and answer the questions We have different types of rainfall in Nigeria. Th...
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Yoruba Primary 1

Yoruba Primary 1

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Primary 1. YORÙBÁ.

Primary 1. YORÙBÁ.

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Tourism In Nigeria

Tourism In Nigeria

Tourism is a word that is derived from the word TOUR. To Tour simply means to make a journey or trip through an area or place for the p...
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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 .🙏🏽

Watch "Ribena Good Values Award 2018" on YouTube

Abaku Atama

Clapping style 

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 

Re: Hold on Let practice. Hold on, hold on.. Let practice Lambonina Atama Abaku Lambonina Atama Abaku Abaku Lambonina Atama

Hold on
Let practice.
Hold on, hold on..
Let practice
Abaku Abaku

Tye and Dye

Tie and dye is the process of tying a piece of cloth and dipping them in a bowl of dye with the aim of getting a beautiful pattern. The Yorùbá name for tie and dye is ADIRÉ.

Process involved in Tie And Dye

1. Knotting

2. Lighting 

3. Starching 



Fill in the gaps 
501    ________   504                  ______ 507 ________
535    ________     ________   538  _______       540 ________ ________

631     ________  _______     634     ________        636       ________ 638 
707     ________     ________     710    ________        ________       713    _________

Put in the symbol < or > in the box below 
100 110
93 80
120 121
Names the shapes 
  (9.) (10.)

____________________         ____________________ _____________________

Addition of numbers with carrying under (H. T. U)
11.)    H T U     (12.)   H   T U (13.)    H   T U
    3 3 5     4   4 7     2   7 8
      +   4 2 5 +  4   2 5 +  4   2 5

Subtraction of numbers with borrowing under (H.T.U)
14.)    H T U     (15.)   H   T U            (16.)    H   T U
    4 2 3     3   8 6     9   6 5
        -  1 1 4 -  3   5 9 -  3   6 8

What is the fraction of the following shapes?
17.)          (18.)     (19.)

        =     =        = 

Write in words 
20.) 13 = ________________________________________________________________
21.) 115 = _______________________________________________________________
22.) 148 = _______________________________________________________________

Multiplication of numbers 
23.) 1 5 (24.) 4 4 (25.) 1 2
x 3 x 4 x 3

Addition and subtraction of money (Kobo)
26.) 10k  +  10k  +  10k  = 
27.) 25k  =  40k   
28.) 25k  +  25k  = 
29.) 50k    10k  = 
30.) 15k  =  6k  + 

Mark ( the long one and X the short one 

Draw the time 
5 o' clock 5 mins after 2 

Nursery 2 First Term English


Read the passage and answer the questions
We have different types of rainfall in Nigeria. This is seen in the way they fall in the three main parts of the country. One part is the far North. It is a large area of land with few plants and little water. The weather is usually dry. It has a rainfall level of less than 20inches a year. Some towns in this part are Sokoto, Katsina, Jigawa, Yobe and Borno.
Another part is the far South where it rains a lot. Some towns in the part are Port Harcourt, Calabar, Warri, Aba and Umuahia. These places have rainfall level of 60 – 80 inches a year.
The third part is between the far North and far South. Some of the towns in the part are Jos, Abuja, Lokoja and Ilorin. The rainfall here is not as heavy as in the far south. This third part has between 20 and 60 inches of rainfall.

1.)How many types of rainfall do we have in Nigeria? ____________________________

2) In which part is Yobe? ___________________________________________________

3) What is the level of rainfall in Abuja? _______________________________________

4)What is the level of rainfall in Umuahia? _____________________________________

5)In which of the parts is the greatest amount of rainfall? __________________________

6)Write eight correct sentences from the following table


Present  Past Simple

Scissors red pen injection chalk comb
needle cement dryer sand 

Pick from the list above, two things used for the following jobs
Building _________________________ _________________________
Teaching _________________________ _________________________
Hair dressing ______________________ _________________________
Tailoring _________________________ _________________________

Use the appropriate word from the box to fill in each space

Deaf promised blind supper December country 

____________ is the last month of the year
________________ is the meal at night
A person who cannot see is _____________
Nigeria is the name of a _________________________
A person who cannot hear anything is _______________________
If you say you will definitely do something, you have _____________________

Singular Plural

Complete the words
Pri __ __ ry (d) Medi __ __ __ e (g) Bea __ __ __ ful
Re __ __ rter (e) B __ i __ d (h) S __ __ urday
F __ rm __ r (f) P __ rr __ t (i) Janu __ __ y

Underline the verbs in the following sentences
They made a cage for the parrot
A dove flew into the room
Laraba was sleeping and dreaming about her brother
He sometimes sews with needle and thread
Musa is standing in front of his brother

Make a sentence with each of the following words
Doctor ______________________________________________________________
Parrot ______________________________________________________________
School ______________________________________________________________
Nigeria ______________________________________________________________
Blind ______________________________________________________________

Complete this summary
The name of my school is ___________________________________________________ 16 Igbosere Road, Lagos Island. The colour of my school uniform is _________________ and ___________________. The name of my class teacher is ______________________. I like my _______________________________
It is

It is not

Watch "Who is a Leader" on YouTube

Who is a good leader? 

Leadership is simply about influence. 

Most of us always think about what should be the good qualities of a good leader but the simple reality should have been how will I influence my follower as a good leader. 

These are the qualities of a good leader 

1. Integrity. 

2. Trust. 

3. Listening ears. 

4.  Belief 

5. Training the followers to become future leaders 

6. Respect. 


Yoruba Primary 1



A ________ D ________ Ę ________ G _________
H _________ J ________ L ________ N _________
Ǫ ________ R ________ Ș ________ U _________ Y 

A d ____ (e , p)
E ____ e (k , w)
____ j a (E , M)
I g ____ (s , o)
O ____ o (K , T)
(Ade, Ile)
(Ododo, Ewe)
(Eja, Akan)
(Garawa, Igo)
(Owo, Ade)

Melo nil eta ede Yoruba lapapo (a) marundinlogbon (b) mejidinlogun 
Melo ni iro faweli airanmupe ede Yoruba (a) mewa (b) meje
Melo ni iro faweli aranmupe ede Yoruba (a) marun-un (b) mejo
Melo ni awon konsonanti ede Yoruba (a) mejila (b) mejidinlogun 
Ewo ni konsonanti aranmupe ninu awon wonyii (a) p (b) n (c) s 

Primary 1. YORÙBÁ.



 A ________ D ________ Ę     ________ G _________
H _________ J ________ L ________ N _________
Ǫ ________ R ________ Ș. _______ U _________ Y

A d ____ (e , p)

E ____ e (k , w)

____ j a (E , M)

I g ____ (s , o)

O ____ o (K , T)

(Ade, Ile)

(Ododo, Ewe)

(Eja, Akan)

(Garawa, Igo)

(Owo, Ade)


Melo ni. leta ede Yoruba lapapo (a) marundinlogbon (b) mejidinlogun 

Melo ni iro faweli airanmupe ede Yoruba (a) mewa (b) meje

Melo ni iro faweli aranmupe ede Yoruba (a) marun-un (b) mejo

Melo ni awon konsonanti ede Yoruba (a) mejila (b) mejidinlogun 

Ewo ni konsonanti aranmupe ninu awon wonyii (a) p (b) n (c) s




A ________ D ________ Ę ________ G _________
H _________ J ________ L ________ N _________
Ǫ ________ R ________ Ș ________ U _________ Y 

A d ____ (e , p)
 E ____ e (k , w)
____ j a (E , M)
I g ____ (s , o)
O ____ o (K , T)
     (Ade, Ile)

     (Ododo, Ewe)

     (Eja, Akan)

     (Garawa, Igo)

     (Owo, Ade)

Melo nil eta ede Yoruba lapapo (a) marundinlogbon (b) mejidinlogun 
Melo ni iro faweli airanmupe ede Yoruba (a) mewa (b) meje
Melo ni iro faweli aranmupe ede Yoruba (a) marun-un (b) mejo
Melo ni awon konsonanti ede Yoruba (a) mejila (b) mejidinlogun 
Ewo ni konsonanti aranmupe ninu awon wonyii (a) p (b) n (c) s 



Omo rere kii ___________ (a) puro (b) sore
Omo rere kii ___________ (a) sun (b) sole
Omo rere kii ___________ (a) jale (b) woso
Omo rere kii ___________ (a) ponmi (b) seke
Omo rere kii ___________ (a) ja (b) gbadura

1.) _________ nse baba Aina (a) aisan (b) arun
2.) ____________ wa kii. (a) Yemi (b) Aina
3.) ___________________ fee ro (a) ojo (b) omi  
4.) Iya _________________________ sa awon aso re si ita (a) Kola (b) Ade
5.) ________________ nba ka awon aso naa (a) Yemi (b) Tola

Ile-eko mi dara, tani o nsoro yii? (a) Tunde (b) Alaba
Bee ni, sugbon ko dara to ile-eko ti wa, tani o nsoro yii? (a) Alaba (b) Tunde
Wo o bi ododo se po yi kilaasi mi ka, tani o nsoro yii? (a) Tunde (b) Alaba
Igi ti o lewa po ni ile-eko temi ju tire lo, tani o nsoro yii (a) Tunde (b) Alaba
Wo maluu ti baba mi ra, tani o nsoro yii? (a) Alaba (b) Tunde

Fo ______________ re bi o baji (a) eyin (b) ese 
Gba __________________ re pelu (a) ori (b) ayika 
Ge _______________ re lasiko to ye (a) irun (b) imu
______________ ti ngbe abe eekannaa ko kere (a) aisan (b) arun
____________ buburu jinna si o tefe (a) arun (b) kaisan



Arofo yii nba omo ________________ wi (a) ile-eko (b) ile-ise 
__________ to gbo baa wi ni deni _________ leyin ola (a) omo giga (b) aya rere
Omo to gbo ____________ nii fi __________ sese rin (a) aya keke (b) omo moto
Eko ndi _______________ fomo to gbo ibawi (a) eran (b) deko 
Ero ____________ ni gbogbo omo tii kobawi (a) eyin lawujo (b) iwaju nita


____________________ dori kodo (a) Owiwi (b) Adan
O nwose ___________________ (a) Eye (b) Eran
E toju awon __________________ (a) ore (b) obi
Eyin ______________________ gbogbo (a) agba (b) omode
___________ yii ko to rara (a) iwa (b) oro  

Kini Ade nse ni ojoojumo (a) o nfo eyin re (b) o nfo ese re 
Bawo ni aso Ade se maa nri ni gbogbo igba (a) o ndo ti (b) o mo nini
Eeri ara a maa fa _________________ (a) iku (b) aisan
Yera funwa ________________ patapata (a) Ika (b) Obun 
Ki ______________ ma si le gbe o de (a) obun (b) aisan

Ayika ___________ to doti a maa fa aisan (a) ile (b) ara 
________ kii se ore eniyan (a) iya (b) obun
Ka ma gba __________ laaye (a) egbin (b) ika
____________ nii wo aso ___________ (a) ina, onida (b) ojo, agbra 
Arun iwosi tinu _________ la wa (a) idoti (b) egbin 


______________ ni oruko oja ilu pokii (a) ikilo (b) oroorun (d) ayelu 
Ohun ti ose akoba fun pokii ni pe _____________ 
(a) o ni ore pupo (b) o nra epa je (d) o nlo si oja ayelu 
Eni ti o bu Pokii pe Lanboroki, oju re jaa na ni __________ 
(a) Ala dugbo Pokii kan (b) ore Pokii kan (d) obi Pokii
_______________ ni eni ti won fa omo ti o jale gan an fun lati da seria fun-un 
(a) olopaa (b) Pokii (d) ore Pokii 
Kini oruko Aladugbo Pokii ti omu-un pada sile ___________ (a) Akanni (b) Alao 

Eni ti o so pe paki ni wonfi nyan gaari ni (a) Bunmi (b) Wale (d) Baba
Ewo ni a nfi paki se ninu awon nnkan wonyii (a) kango (b) fufu (d) kokoro
Bi agbado ba parade, a maa di ______ (a) ogi (b) fufu (d) lafun 
Ewo ni kii se ooto 
(a) igi ege ni a maa ngbin (b) ilaje lo ni pupuru (d) agbado ni a fin se fufu 
Ko meji ninu ounje ti a maa nfi agbado se 
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________

Omo meloo ni iya Adunbi bi? (a) meji (b) meta (d) ikan
Iru owo wo ni Awele nse (a) onta eja (b) onta isu (d) o ngba aaru 
Ona wo ni Olorun fi pon Adubi le? (a) Adubi gbe odo oyinbo oniwaasu 
(b) Adubi ba iya re ta eja (d) Adubi lo yunifasiti Ibadan
Kini o gbe Adubi de odo oyinbo oniwaasu 
(a) O fe kawesi (b) Ise omo odo (d) ko mo eniyan kankan 
Kini koje ki Awele le paro aso bi awon elegbe re 
(a) Ere oja re kop o (b) Aso won ni ilu won (d) o ya obun pupo 

Awon ___________ loni ilu bata (a) onisango (b) elesu (d) oloya
Awon ____________ loni ilu ipese (a) Babalawo (b) ologun (d) elesu 
Awon ___________ loni ilu Agere (a) onifa (b) olobatala (d) ologun  
Awon ____________ loni ilu igbin (a) olobatala (b) elegun (d) onisango  
Awon ___________ loni ilu gbedu (a) alawo (b) oba ati ijoye (d) onigbagbo 



Yoruba maa nse ere idaraya ni ____________ (a) osan (b) owuro (d) irole 
Omo ayo melo ni o ngbe oju opon 
(a) merinlelogun (b) mejidinladota (d) marundinlogbon 
Apa ____________ ni a ma anta ayo si (a) otun (b) osi (d) eyin 
Omo ayo melo ni o maa nwa ninu iho Kankan (a) mejo (b) mefa (d) merin 
Oruko miran wo ni a lepe awon ti o nworan nidi ere ayo 
(a) onilaja ayo (b) osefe ayo (d) olofofo ayo 
Awon wo la le ba nidi ere arin tita (a) gende (b) agbalagba (d) omo wewe 
Kini eso arin fi awo jo (a) oronbo (b) paanu to dogun-un (d) opon 
Ona meji ti a le fit a arin ni _______ (a) ori ila ati inu ape arin 
(b) inu opon ayo ati ori ila (d) ori eni arin ati inu iho alatako 
Eso wo ni a le fidipo eso arin (a) osan mimu (b) eyin (d) oronbo wewe 
Ibo la tin se ere arin (a) ori pakiti (b) ita gbangba (d) ori opon 
Kini itumo akanloede yii: ra owo si (a) bebe (b) seka (d) laja 
Fi aake kori: (a) salo (b) ko jale (d) fi aakesi ori 
Kini itumo akanlo ede yii: Fi imu finle (a) se iwadi oro (b) se ofofo (d) se ika 
Kini itumo akanlo ede yii: Epa ko boro mo 
(a) ko si atunse mo (b) ko si ija mo (d) ko si iya mo 
Kini itumo akanlo ede yii : Fomo yo (a) se aseyori (b) se wahala (d) se alaye 
OWE ILE YORUBA: Pari awon owe wonyii 
Agba kii nwa loja _____________________________________________________
Bami na omo mi ______________________________________________________
Esin iwaju, __________________________________________________________
Adan dori kodo, ______________________________________________________
Ile la now, __________________________________________________________



Kini a npe nomba yii ni ede Yoruba 75  
(a) arundinlogorin (b) arundinlogbon (d) arundinladota 
Kini a npe nomba yii ni ede Yoruba 95:
(a) arundinlogoje (b) arundinlogorun (d) arundinnigba 
Kini a npe nomba yii ni ede Yoruba 100: (a) adota (b) ogorin (d) ogorun 
Kini a npe nomba yii ni ede Yoruba 110: (a) adofa (b) adoje (d) ogoje 
Kini a npe nomba yii ni ede Yoruba 140: (a) ogorun (b) ogota (d) ogoje 

Kini Ajao fese nigba ti Alagba Alao pariwo pe, omo naa niyi? 
(a) o fe ba ehoro sare (b) o fe salo (d) o fe fun won ni ehoro
Won ko patie bo o, tumo si pe  
(a) won na-an daadaa (b) won je e niya (d) won jaa ni patie 
Inu Alagba Alao dun nitori won _____ (a) bu Ajao (b) na Ajao (d) ko won jade
______ ti Alagba Alao lo ni o je ki won ri Ajao (a) ile-eko (b) ogba (d) ita
Oga ile-eko se ileri fun Alagba Alao pe oun yoo ____ 
(a) dojuti won (b) sare pea won obi (d) ba gbogbo awon ake koo soro 

Ninu ewi yii, a rii pe, omoluabi maa n _____ (a) siwahu (b) soyaya (d) fewo
Ewi yii ko nipe, omoluabi a maa ______ 
(a) sepe (b) woso ti ko mo (d) jeun ni won-tonwon si
Omo ti yoo je asa mu tumo si _____ 
(a) omo ti yoo je ologbon (b) oruko re yoo maa je Asamu (d) yoo sa nnkan mu 
Akewi yii fe ki a je ________ (a) omoluabi (b) gbewiri (d) ole  
Ewi yii so pe:- "a-la-jewo ra ni _______ (a) gbewiri (b) obun (d) wobia

Ewi yii je ewi ti o nkoni ni _______ (a) ogbon (b) iberu (d) ife 
Ewi yii nkilo pe, ki a mase ________ (a) korira (b) sole (d) puro 
Ewi yii so pe otito (a) lagbara (b) buru (d) ko ni gbongbo 
Ibi ti won fe ki omo fi ogbon naa pamo si ni ____ (a) owo otun (b) inu aso (d) owo osi 
Gbogbo nnka wonyii ni akewi ni ki a beru, afi ______ (a) iku (b) otito (d) arun 


A ________ D ________ Ę ________ G _________
H _________ J ________ L ________ N _________
Ǫ ________ R ________ Ș ________ U _________ Y

A d ____ (e , p)
E ____ e (k , w)
____ j a (E , M)
I g ____ (s , o)
O ____ o (K , T)
(Ade, Ile)

(Ododo, Ewe)

(Eja, Akan)
(Garawa, Igo)
(Owo, Ade)

Melo nil eta ede Yoruba lapapo (a) marundinlogbon (b) mejidinlogun
Melo ni iro faweli airanmupe ede Yoruba (a) mewa (b) meje
Melo ni iro faweli aranmupe ede Yoruba (a) marun-un (b) mejo
Melo ni awon konsonanti ede Yoruba (a) mejila (b) mejidinlogun
Ewo ni konsonanti aranmupe ninu awon wonyii (a) p (b) n (c) s 

The Traffic Situation Today 7th Dec 2018

Hello All,

Please plan your movements accordingly today 7th December, 2018. The following events are taking place.

1. The Experience

2. RCCG Convention

3. Shiloh

4. Adekunle Gold Concert

5. Davido Concert

In addition to the above, Lagos and environs are experiencing a spike in political activities, leading to the 2019 general elections.

All these events are taking place tomorrow and will attract faithful's and fans of the individual events.

Please be aware that chances of traffic congestion is very high, which translates to some occurrence of crimes of opportunities by hoodlums/bandits.

Please ensure:

· You store all valuables properly, while in transit. Laptops to be stored in the trunk of your car.

· Avoid carrying valuables in the plain site. Mostly jewellery and mobile devices.

· Be vigilant on the roads as not everyone on the roads have the best of intentions.

· If and when utilizing public transport, carry as little as you comfortably can. As returning back home would have all sorts of traffic.

· Ensure while travelling, in your car, keep all doors locked and glasses rolled up.

· Please listen to all law enforcement agents on the roads. Be patient with them as they also are under pressure to deliver smooth traffic flow around the state.

By no means is this list exhaustive, but please be vigilant and safe.

Kind Regards

A Great Man Once Said

A great man once said "if you take all the money in the world and distribute them equally among people.  
after a while all the money will go back to their original owners". Why? 

The poor are
mainly consumers and the rich are mainly investors. 

Show me a POOR man and I'll show you a man who

P - Passes
O - Over
O - Opportunities
R - Repeatedly.

A man who sees challenges in every opportunity instead of seeing opportunity in every challenge.

Being a MAN is not a title, it's a responsibility. It means you have to answer financially in the
M - Morning
A - Afternoon and
N - Night.

You must take great risks to receive greater rewards. 

You must plan and strategize, you must value profit not wages, you must be focused and you must be determined if you want good success. 

Last but not least, You must involve God.

*"The worst people on earth to serve are the POOR PEOPLE"*

POOR: *meaning* "Passing Over Opportunities Repeatedly"

*See the reasons below:*

1)Give them for free, they will think it is a trap.

2)Tell them it's a small investment, they will say you can't earn much.

3)Tell them to come in BIG, they will say "I don't have any money".

4)Tell them to try new things, they will say "no experience; has it been proven to work? Who has gained from it before?".

5)Tell them it's a traditional business, they'll say "it's too HARD to do".

6)Tell them it is a new business model, they will say "I don't do network marketing and how many years has this business model been existing?".

7)Tell them to run a shop, they will say "I will be tied down, I'll have no freedom".

8)Tell them to follow a 1-year business plan, they will say "it's too long. Please, I can't wait for so long".

9)Ask them what can they do? They will say "I can do ANYTHING".

10)They like to ask friends who are as hopeless as themselves to get their opinions. Even the Holy Book acknowledges the fact that blind people don't lead blind people.

11) They think more than a University Professor and do less than a blind man.

Penny wise, Pound foolish.

One major challenge POOR people have is "LACK OF ACTION!"

They enjoy their comfort zone, dwelling and swimming in their "own type of knowledge".

Anything beyond their reason "can't work, and therefore it is fraudulent"

Remember: It's RISKY to take a RISK, but it's even RISKIER not to take any risk at all.


*Learn to try out new things*

*The world is not ruled only by prayer warriors but by mental warriors.*

 Thinking is the highest paying job in every field. 

Make time to think *CREATIVELY & STRATEGICALLY*.

Financial Intelligence On Child Education and Rent

+Put your kids in schools you can afford because expensive schools doesn't guarantee good results. Just ensure they attend a good affordable school.

+Rent apartments you can pay for conveniently. Don't live in a house you struggle to pay yearly.

+A man whose wife is pregnant has good 9 months to prepare, so also the pregnant woman in question. They should even plan for the worse and only seek help when they can't meet up.

+Some problems in our lives don't just pop up, 12 months ago, we knew we would pay rents...So its not an emergency.

+Let's plan our lives and live within our means. Save more and spend less.

+Some women buy food for their children every morning before going to school, do you know it's cheaper to cook at home?

+Some buy every Asoebi and also buy shoe and bag to match.

+Some people who don't earn much, but have DSTV at home, go for GOTV and upgrade when your income upgrades. It's still the same CNN.

+Eat healthy meals and protect your family from mosquitoes to avoid going to the hospital always.

+Take advantage of food and fruits in season, its cheaper and you can be creative to create amazing meals.

+Don't copy your neighbor's style of cooking soup, she earns well and her husband is a 'big man'

+Don't follow trends, wear clean well-ironed clothes and keep your hair neat. You would still look good.

+Keep your circle small, keep only friends that have senses!

+Above all things, have the fear of God, have integrity, don't be lazy and be prayerful.

+Planning is the key....
Have a blissful week end.

Lesson Form The Mother Hen

Lessons from the HEN:
1. She first lays enough eggs before sitting on them: GOOD PLANNING.

What is your plan for the new year and what are those ones that you planned for this year. 

How far have you made good your new year resolution that you made at the beginning of the year. 

Failure to plan is inevitably planning to fail although nobody actually plans to fail 

2. When she starts sitting on her eggs, she minimizes movement: DISCIPLINE.. 

Disciple is very important to the successful in life. There are something that you did as bachelor that you cannot do now as a married young man. So newly married young men cannot disciplined themselves as still go out to pepper soup joint even when they have wives at home who can prepare a delecious delicacy for them 

3. She physically loses weight while sitting on her eggs due to decreased feeding: SACRIFICE and SELF DENIAL

We need to denial ourselves some things in order to succeed in life. We have to let go some fun and pleasure that are not reproductive in life . If the mother hen becomes excessily fat and heavy during the period of trying to incubate the eggs, she may crack crack some eggs 🥚 before they are finally hatched. Therfore we need to get that saving up and going, we need to hit the gym, we need to do that fasting if those are the self denials that we need in order to achieve our goal. 

4. She can sit on eggs from another hen: INDISCRIMINATE and GENEROUS.

Who have you helped indiscriminately and generously of recent without actually expecting something back in return. She does not discriminate to nurture into life other eggs 

5. She sits on her eggs for 21 days, patiently waiting and even if they don't hatch she will still lay eggs again: FAITH, HOPE and COURAGE.

6. She detects unfertilized eggs and rolls them out: SENSITIVE and DISCERNING.

7. She abandons the rotten eggs and starts caring for the hatched chicks even if it is only one: WISE, CONSCIOUS and REALISTIC.

8. No one can touch her chick: PROTECTIVE LOVE.

9. She gathers all her Chicks together: UNITY of PURPOSE.
10. She doesn't abandon her chicks before they mature: MENTORING

Live your dreams, one day they shall hatch and you shall see them grow. Good day and av a peaceful day Ahead........



Read the passage below and answer the questions that follow
Many countries often make efforts to preserve as much of their forest as possible. This is because thick forest protect the soil, water supply and animals.
In addition to keeping our forest, there are other important things to life which we get from the forest reserve. A large number of animals live there. Animals in games reserved are not hunted without government permission. That is one way of making sure that the animals will not be extinguished.
Large amount of fruits, roots and leaves used for food are found in the forest. Many drugs used in the treatment of some diseases are obtained from forest fruits, herbs, trees and roots. Many countries including Nigeria do not want people to destroy their forest because of their usefulness. In most places, it is an offence to enter a reserved forest without the permission of the government officials.

In addition to keeping our forest, there are _________
(a) other important products from the forest (b) many unimportant products from the forest (c) other many fake fruits from the forest

Animals living the forest reserve are hunted _______
(a) by all citizens (b) without government permission (c) with government permission

Other items found in the forest reserved are ______
time, tree and ocean (b) fruits, roots and leaves (c) meat, bread and oat

Drugs obtained from forest, herbs, trees and roots are _____
sold to hospital (b) exported (c) used in the treatment of some diseases

In some places, government officials have to give permission before you can _____
(a) live in the forest reserve (b) enter forest reserve (c) sing inside the forest reserve

Part B:
Write out the synonym of the underlined word
The function of a teacher is to enlighten his pupils (a) right (b) duty (c) purpose
More and more people are becoming literate these days
(a) wise (b) illiterate (c) knowledgeable
The shooting was not accidental but a deliberate attempt to kill him
(a) reasonable (b) intentional (c) devilish
Don't yell at me like that, I am your teacher (a) laugh (b) shout (c) look
She is famous for her fine acting in the television (a) pompous (b) well known (c) clever

Part C:
Identify the part of speech that is underlined in each of the following sentences
Where is my pencil Ans =
Put the books there Ans =
These apples are his Ans =
I am not happy with you Ans =
I told him not to go out but he refused to listen to me Ans =

Part D:
Singular Plural

Fill the gaps with the right collective nouns
A _____________________ of keys
A _____________________ of thieves
A _____________________ of musicians
A _____________________ of cattle
A _____________________ of cotton

Write a composition on "My Mother"

First Term Examination. Primary six. Mathematics 2018/2019 Academic Year


Answer all the questions 
Write 1414041 in words (a) one billion, fourteen thousand and forty-one 
(b) one billion, four hundred and fourteen thousand and forty one  
(c) one million, forty-one and four thousand and forty one 

What is the place value of 9 in 19842 (a) 9 thousands (b) 19 thousands (c) 9 thousandths 
What fraction of 2 minutes is 6 seconds (a) 1/6 (b) 1/10 (c) 1/20 
What is the volume of the box below  (a) 400cu.cm (b) 130 cu.cm (c) 90cu.cm 
In a certain class in a certain school; the attendance for a week was 43, 40, 45, 42 and 45. What was the average attendance of the class that week (a) 41 (b) 42 (c) 43 

If 3 tins of garri cost N225; what is the cost of 5 similar cost  (a) N375 (b) N350 (c) N300 
From N35.05, take away N30.99  (a) N500 (b) N416 (c) N400 
What is 40% of N5.00 (a) N2 (b) N200 (c) N20 
Divide 63.07 by 7  (a) 9.01 (b) 9.1 (c) 8.1 
If the percentage of boys in basic 6 in IBBS is 30%, what percentage of the pupils are girls (a) 130% (b) 100% (c) 70% 

Write in figure: Five thousand, five hundred and five (a) 5005 (b) 5505 (c) 5055 
Multiply 25 by 99 (a) 450 (b) 2475 (c) 2599 
Divide 0.081 by 0.9 (a) 0.089 (b) 0.89 (c) 1.814 
Express ¾ as a decimal (a) 0.3 (b) 0.4 (c) 0.75 
The longest part of a circle is called a __________ (a) circumference (b) diameter (c) choral 
Express ¼ as a percentage (a) 40% (b) 25% (c) 10% 
Express 2618 in roman figures (a) MMDCXIX (b) MMDCXVIII (c) DCCIX 
Circle the one that is not a prime number 2, 3, 5, 7, 9 (a) 2 (b) 7 (c) 9 
What number, when it is divided by 2 will give 12 as the quotient? (a) 6 (b) 24 (c) 14 
Divide 7005 by 5 (a) 15 (b) 1401 (c) 141 

Section B: Show all Workings 
What are odd numbers 
b.) Add up all the even numbers from 91 to 100 
What is the place value of 9 in 1842.379 
b.) Multiply the place value of 8 by the place value of 9 in 18493 
Write out all factors of 32 
b.) Express the prime factors of 36 in index form 
Increase 600 by 50% 
b.) Decrease 800 by 40% 
What decimal of 20k is N1 
b.) Express 200cg as a decimal of 4grammes 

Welcome To the Month of December

I welcome you to this very last month  of the year 2018, , Another month to live! To banish worry, doubt, and fear . A month to love and laugh, make merry  and to praise God for his mercy endureth forever. Happy New month 🤗

Charity Begins At Home

Charity Begins At Home

Disciple begins at home. You cannot blame a school for not nurturing values in your child that you have not instill at home 🏡 

A little key opens up a big door

A  little key opens a big door without much effort. As from this morning  and to the end of your life, your little effort  will bring unusual success that will make your story a glorious news  in the name of God. Good morning

The Importance of Reading Books



1. Books help you to feel more confident.

2. Books help you to travel around the world in the cheapest way.

3. Books develop your personality.

4. Books provide food for thought.

5. Books make you laugh and think.

6. Books draw you towards perfection.

7. Books stimulate creativity.

8. Books bring out writing talent.

9. Books help you in communicating.

10. Books clear your vision.

11. Books satisfy your curiosity.

12. Books help you make better choices.

13. Books help you build literary talent.

14. Books do not require any special device to teach.

15. Books increase your attention span.

16. Books are fruitful pastime.

17. Books can be used anytime, anywhere.

18. Books provide entertainment, when others fail.

19. Books make you powerful.

20. Books help you know the 'Whys' and 'Hows' of everything.

21. Books help you to create and spread fun.

22. Books help you travel across time intelligently.

23. Books keep you updated with facts and figures.

24. Books spread love, affection and knowledge.

25. Books make the best of friends.

26. Books take you to intellectual environment.

27. Books help you feel the world around you.

28. Books entertain your mind.

29. Books broaden your horizon.

30. Books bring Nature to your doorstep.

31. Books bring about a 'personality change'.

32. Books increase comprehension.

33. Books do not require company.

34. Books are stress-busters.

35. Books develop a sense of belonging to people around you.

36. Books provide mental and physical relaxation.

37. Books act as a communication tool.

38. Books are intellectually satisfying activity.

39. Books provide spiritual experience.

40. Books provide emotional strength.

41. Books build your self-esteem.

42. Books help and encourage your imagination to soar.

43. Books make you smarter and wiser.

44. Books help you grow.

45. Books take you to a 'world of dreams'.

46. Books can change your life and vision.

47. Books help you in achieving 'life goals'.

48. Books develop wonderful experience.

49. Books transform lives.

50. Books inspire, books motivate, books build nations.

The last point to stress here for everyone is by saying : 

_I challenge you to start reading books_

Establish a book club to develop our reading culture.


Who is a VIP

*Who is a VIP*

1.In America the people who are considered as VIPs are: Scientists, Doctors, Engineers and TEACHERS 

2. In the Honorable court of France only Teachers are allowed to sit on the chair.

3. In Japan police has to take special permission from the govt. to arrest a teacher.

4. In Korea any teacher can enjoy all those facilities which a minister in India can enjoy by showing his I.D card.

While in Nigeria and most African countries, degrading teachers is a very common and regular practice.

Pass it onto all those Teachers in your contact list who you think actually  inspire generations !!!

Part 3 of the resolutions reached @ the recently held stakeholders emerging on BRING BACK THE PRIMARY 6 MOVEMENT

*Part 3 of the resolutions reached @ the recently held stakeholders emerging on BRING BACK THE PRIMARY 6  MOVEMENT*
 At the meeting , individuals given opportunity to talk and ask questions chronicled how we got to this level of menace :

*When a child enters primary school, one can see the quest for learning in his or her eyes. As the child climbs the educational ladder, *cooperation changes to competition*, and *learning to the regurgitation of often misunderstood facts in examinations*.
 Most children, and their parents, are more concerned with their marks in an examination than whether they have learned anything from school or not. What is important to a child these days , is his or her examination grades, and in many circumstances, it is immaterial as to how these grades are obtained. 
Many children learn that *nothing is more valuable than finding some way to cheat.* For example, having examination papers in advance or the answers to the questions during or before the exam…

As if that malpractice is not enough , children suffer from teachers'  absenteeism, as it is clear that, all other things being equal, the greater the number of hours of teacher—learner interaction, the more the child will learn. 

Examples were drwan from Japan which has an *academic year of 246 days* and most Japanese children have at least this number of days of effective learning. 
*US and much of Western Europe have academic years of 180 days*, and achieve at least 170 days of teaching. But the poorer developing countries tend to have *academic years of 180 to 220 days*, but largely because of teachers' absenteeism and strikes, and sanctioned absences to collect salaries or administrative meetings, manage an average of around *120 days, with a low of 70 days in some part of our country.(FOWOWE 2018)

Many developing countries operate  overcrowded classrooms (as many as 180 pupils in a class in some States of excellence ) the majority of children have insufficient access to effective teaching. *Many leave school illiterate* and few have skills to equip them for self-employment, let alone to participate in the national  economy. Most parents, except for those who send their children to elite private schools, are being cheated by the school system but do not know!
Given the fact that schooling has become divorced from learning, the most pernicious and corrupting impact of the school system on the youth in the  country  is that, *they are failures*.

Half fail at the end of primary school because they hardly get to *primary 6* .Another half at the end of junior secondary, *two thirds of those who are in senior secondary schools fail in the real sense but pass through abrakadabra to go to higher education*, and half of those fail to get a degree. 
*Many of those who graduate fail to get an acceptable job because , government at all levels and Cooperate organizations have pegged entry requirement to not above 24 years* .
  Someone who considers him or herself a failure cannot have a stake in the development of his society. No wonder, we witness the highest unemployment rate in the country! 
The crowds of unemployed youth on every street corner in Nigeria , and increasingly also in the villages, is a threat (e.g. the militants in the Niger Delta, Agberos in the South-West and Almajiris in the North). This sense of failure is intensified by the inappropriateness and irrelevance of much of what is taught today in our schools .. No more  entrepreneurial skill ( handiwork) as it was known in the 80s, at all levels of our education.

The height of the criminality in our educational system is the latest practice of JUMPING PRIMARY SIX to secondary (JSS 1) and leaving S.S. 2 for higher institution. To the perpetrators, it is a way of saving money at the expense of the social, emotional and psychological considerations of the learners. Children who are conscripted to jump this "all-important classes Primary six and S.S 3, tend to struggle for psychological relevance in the future. Though, such learners may be intellectually o.k. but life is in stages and the cycle must be observed. It against this background that made few concerned  parents cum trainers conveyed a stakeholders' meeting recently about the subject matter *Bring back the primary 6 movement ( BBP6M)* where the following decisions were reached for onward transmission to the public :

√ Safety  and protection of  children throughout the journey of  primary  education cycle  should be of paramount importance to all teachers, school owners and the  significant adults.
√ Educators should  be involved in politics so as influence the law makers at all levels in favour of  this PROJECT ( BBP6M)

√ Govt should enforce and sanction erring schools that violate provisions in the  educational policies 

 √ Pegging entry requirements  into universities *at 16 years* is a scam and of course,promotes jumping of classes..Therefore ,if the cycle of age cohorts for our school system  is to be  completed  normally, from pre school to S S 3, the age by this calculation  will be 17 or 18 years :  *Creche to  Kindergarten* *(1-5 years)* , *kindergarten to Grade 1*, (5-6 years ), Grade1-6 ,( 6-12 years ), Grade 7-9,( 12-15years  ), S S 1-3( 15- 18 years )
*So Government and authorities of higher education should review this existing policy* 

 The labour Unions should also be involved  in this crusade of (BBP6M) and  the relevant authorities should review the  *labor market entry requirements that put those above 25 and 30 at disadvantage* to accommodate more *experienced job seekers who were not  employed not because of their lack of skills but because the jobs are actually in short supply*

Bring Back Our Primary Six

*Part of Extract from*:


The un-abated mass rush of Nigerian children to secondary school from primary 4 and 5 which is perceived to be responsible for *depressions* , *carelessness*, immaturity at handling sensitive issues in work places and other *psychosocial imbalances* in our society made many stakeholders in the field of education gathered together recently to discuss the causal- effect of this menace and to find a lasting solution to it...
At this meeting , attended by many well meaning Nigerians of over 500 from all walks of life - *Parents , Caregivers , Pastors , Imams, Teachers , School Owners , PTA executive , Lecturers , Researchers , Representatives of Vice Chancellors; Provosts of colleges of Education ; Rectors of Polytechnics , NGOs, Educational Associations like AGED, NAPPS, NIMPS , ANPEIN etc ,Students from primary and Colleges etc*...
it was observed that the trend of students jumping into Secondary school did not just start , it is been happening for decades but recently becomes so worrisome when parents these days are the one making the move to have their children leave for secondary schools from *primary 4* .
It was equally revealed that, there is no policy provision for this abnormal trend since 1977 when the first policy on Education was published up till 2013, the last (6th edition) where the age duration for each of the classes has always been provided ...

At the meeting too ,it was observed that immaturity of all sorts and attitudinal problems of youth workers in all places are becoming unbearable which was traced to non - completion of primary cycle of education and the leaving for higher institutions of learning from SS2 when they must have sat for SSCE OR NECO from this class..
After these observations, the following resolutions and recommendations were made :
√ placement to JS classes should be scrutinized
√ Double promotion should be discouraged
√Adequate requirements for establishing schools should be publicised and express of interest should be investigated to know if the perspective owners are genuinely professionals
√Assiciations should synergize with one another to pursue the legislation or policy against movement to secondary school from primary 4 or 5
√ presentation of first leaving certificate should be a prerequisite for registration into J S
√ Provisions in the National Policy should be respected by the practitioners
√ All government agencies in charge of education at the Basic education level should enforce the policy provisions
√ Sanction all erring parties without reservations
√ The advocacy should be spread to other States of the nation until compliance is ensured .
✓ Non acceptance of declaration of age but Birth Certificate for admission into primary1.

✓ A child going to primary 1 should be 6 years by ending of September which is the beginning of New School Year.

*Watch out for Part 2 of the resolution*

By Mr Simeon Fowowe
ANPEIN President

Basic science Primary six

Révision Questionable

1. List four weather symbols that can be represented and their symbols 

2. What are the effects of climate change in Nigeria 

3. Rainfall is measured by a weather instrument that is called......... 

4. Humidity is measured by a device called... 

5. Time is measured by..... 

6. Who is a meteorologist 

7. Define weather 

8. Define climate 

9. What is the relationship between weather and climate 

10. What is global warming 

Techniques for laying Table

Subject : Home Economics 

Topic : Techniques for laying Table 

CLASS : Basic Six 

WEEK 10 

Behavioural Objectives : At the end of the lesson pupils should be to mention various techniques that are used in laying Tables for meal 

Content : 

     To lay a dinning table, you will need the following 

.. Serving plates 

... Side plate with serviette or table napkin 

... Cutlery eg soup spoon dessert spoon, fork and table knife 

... Drinking glass 

.. Meal dishes 

.... Vegetable dish 

... Water jug 

.. Cruet set eg container for salt and pepper 

... Table cloth

... Flower vase 

Tecniques For Laying Table for Meals 

Put the placemat in the center of the table. ...

Put the napkin to the left of the placemat. ...

Put the plate in the center of the placemat. ...

Place the dinner fork to the left of the plate. ...

Place the knife to the right of the plate. ...

Place the soup spoon to the right of the knife

Tourism In Nigeria

Tourism is a word that is derived from the word TOUR.

To Tour simply means to make a journey or trip through an area or place for the purpose of fun,pleasure ,or entertainment. 

Hence Tourism can be defined as a pleasure trip or journey to places of choice or interest. 

Tourism in Nigeria centers largely on events, due to the country's ample amount of ethnic groups, but also includes rain forests, savannah, waterfalls, and other natural attractions.

The industry suffers from the country's poor electricity, roads, and water quality.

Yet Tourism is a lucrative business for those people the are in the hospitality industry in Nigeria because it is a major source of income for hotel business in Nigeria 

Important Places to visit in Nigeria as Tourist centres are 

1.Obudu Mountain, Cross River state
2)Ngwo Pine Forest. ...
3)Awhum Waterfall. ...
4)Arochukwu Long Juju Slave Route. ...
5)The Giant Footprint of Ukhuse Oke. ...
6)Port Harcourt Tourist Beach. ...
7)Gashaki-Gumpti National Park

How Teaching of Art Started in Nigeria

The official teaching of Art in Nigeria schools was made possible by one of the pionneers of Art in Nigeria in person of Late Aina Onabolu.

He was the first Nigerian to be trained as an artist in Nigeria as far back as 1890. 
He later went to Britain to further his studies 

Aina Onabolu was a pioneering Nigerian modern arts teacher and painter who was an important figure in the introduction of arts into the curriculum of secondary schools in the country. He promoted the drawing of environmental forms in a verisimilitudinous style and was known for his early modern work in portraiture

Other pioneers that made teaching of Art possible in Nigerian schools are 

a)  Late Kenneth C. Murray 

b) Late Ben Enwonwu 

c) Uthman Ibrahim 

d) Christopher C. Ibeto 

ẹ) Akinola Lasekan 

Communication Tips For Couples


A lot of times, couples get pissed off with each other by the way they respond to each other. We can do better if we learn responses in the *affirmative* and not in the *combative*. Let's read the following:

1. *Statement:* Are you okay; is anything the matter?
- *Wrong response:* Can't you see yourself; what kind of question is that?
- *Right response:* I'm not feeling fine; I think I need some attention.

2. *Statement:* I got wounded in kitchen.
- *Wrong response:* I've told you to always be careful with knife.
- *Right response:* Oh sorry, let me have a look. Please be more careful with knife.

3. *Statement:* I'll like to eat corn flakes.
- *Wrong response:* No way! It's for the children; and that's for one month! Take garri if you are hungry.
- *Right response:* Okay, you can eat a little. I trust you'll give us money to buy another.

4. *Statement:* I'm really hungry.
- *Wrong response:* Even I myself have not eaten since morning.
- *Right response:* Oh sorry, let's see if there's something you can manage for now.

 5. *Statement:* Why don't you do it this way?
- *Wrong response:* Why is it that you always find fault with what I do?
- *Right response:* Well, I've tried this before and I think it will work. If not, I'll try that.

6. *Statement:* I want more food.
- *Wrong response:* Ha-ha, it has finished. You want to finish all the food in the house?
- *Right response:* Sorry, please manage that for now. We are down on food stuff.

7. *Statement:* Handle that thing carefully please.
- *Wrong response:* Am I that daft? You will just be talking to me as if I don't have any sense.
- *Right response:* Yes dear, I will.

8. *Statement:* Haven't you finished what you are doing?
- *Wrong response:* You are seated there doing nothing and you are asking if I've not finished!
- *Right response:* It will still take a while; can you please lend me a hand?

9. *Statement:* I bought this on my way; I thought it will be useful.
- *Wrong response:* How much did you buy it? What! That's too expensive - wọ́n ti gbá ẹ!
- *Right response:* Thank you; it will indeed be useful. Thanks for the surprise.

10. *Statement* :Am feeling Horny today, I will like us to make love.
*Wrong Response* : Ha ha, is it food. Am tired ooo.
*Right Response*: Whaooo. Dear, for it to be mutual enjoyment, can you please wait till early in the morning. I'm so tired right now.

*_A gentle answer turns away wrath, but a harsh word stirs up anger.*

Please send to your spouse and other couples, not for the purpose of condemnation, but for continuous improvement of your/their love relationship.


Sometimes, our activities are too many, immediately after hearing, we jump into another thing,
and jump into another thing, and get into another thing, and we think we are serving the Lord, but the word is not bearing fruit in our lives, the word is not having effect in our lives, there is no time for meditation, there is no time to turn it over
W e are TOO BUSY, and the word we hear is not taking proper effect in our lives
Why dont u just slow down little bit, why don't u just cut off some of those things, and sit down to meditate and think abt ur life,
U want to ask urself, why is my behaviour, my life..., why is the anointing, the effect of the word in my life not more than this,
we are too busy, and not just u alone, all of us in the districts, in the groups, in the church at large, frm the top to the bottom, we are committed unto a lot of things, and those commitment might take heaven away frm u,
Return, settle down, hear the word of God, ...think about it
Monday to saturday is very busy for city dwellers, u know that sunday might be the busiest for some people in our church here, from the most visible leaders, to the other workers and everybody
When are we going to find the time, to meditate on the word and hv a transformation, so that this word affects every part of our life,
Sit back, TOO MUCH activity...,
Sit back and think on these words u are hearing, so u can prepare for eternity...
When u hear the word of God, u meditate, and all the things i tell u, frm the word of God, u make sure that u set time apart and meditate on them
i told u, we are TOO Busy, and i say frm the top, to the bottom, frm the highest of our leaders to the youngest of our leaders, W-e A-r-e T-o-o B-u-s-y,
There is no time to meditate on the word, that's why quite a number of us, if the salvation is there, its shaking, thast why if the sanctification is there, we cant see it, if the holiness is there, we can see it, its so hidden
Stop a lot of those committee meetings, cut of a lot of all these,....
We just finish the service,we still stay there, still busy on these, still busy on [THAT], there is no time to meditate on the word,
Take the time off, Leaders and workers, and members..., u know sometimes, as am preaching, am looking at some of our leaders, and those leaders are sleeping, we are preaching the word, they are sleeping, why? They hv worked so much and so much, the only time they can sleep, is during the preaching, and then after the preaching, there are making announcement, BROTHER SO AND SO COME OVER HERE....., And i say, they are killing this people, why dont they release them and let them hv time to relax and rest and meditate on the word, and then our progress will be faster
No time with ur family, no time with ur wife, no time with ur children, no time even for urself...
I hv said all these before, but many ppl hv not heard, but today u hv heard, and u will do it