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Kidnapping

Subject :Civic Education

Topic :kidnapping

Class :Jss 2

Instructional material : Textbook, online material , dictionary, charts,

Behavioural Objectives :At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to

say the meaning of kidnapping


Say the reasons for kidnapping


Suggest ways to curb or reduce kidnapping in our society


Content :

Kidnapping simply refer to the act of capturing someone against his or her own will or desire.

It is the unlawful act of capturing and carrying away a person against theirwill and holding them in false imprisonment.

Reasons for kidnapping

For ritual killings


For sexual enslavement


For organ harvesting or transplanting


For Ransome


For child Labour


For infant military recruitment


Child bride. etc....


Ways to Reduce kidnapping

Public enlightenment


Provision of employment employment.


Religious leaders should preach against human sacrifice or ritual killings


Laws should be enacted to deal with kidnappers


Practice Questions On Fundamental Human Rights

Practice questions on Human Right Activists in Nigeria.

Who is a human right activist.


What are human rights


Who was the first female human right activist that was the first woman to drive a car in Nigeria


Who was the human right activist that was hung for the just cause of the emancipation and freedom of the ogini people


Who was the human right activist that stopped the killing of the twins


Who was the Nigerian human right activist that was once the presidential candidate for the National Conscience Political Perry


Who was that radical vocal fundamental human right Nigeria activist whose mother was killed by UNKNOWN Soldier


Mention the name of that popular human right activist that owned a popular school in ogun state and a college of education was named after his name


He was very talented, vocal, outspoken, The Nobel Prize in Literature 1986 award winner, human right activist and a professor. Mention his name


Who is Hafsat Abiola?


What are fundamental Human Rights

Fundament Human Rights are those rights or benefits that you enjoy for being a member of a community, state or country 


 


The fundament Human rights are as follow : 


 




Right to life


Freedom of speech


Right to own private property


Freedom of association and disassociation


Right to vote or be voted for.


Freedom of speech.


Right to education


Right to personal liberty


Right to join any lawful religious institution or organization.


More Explanations :


Right to life
Every person has a right to life, and no one shall be deprived intentionally of his life, save in execution of a criminal offence of which he has been found guilty in Nigeria (Section 33 of the 1999 constitution).


Right to freedom of movement
Every citizen in Nigeria is entitled to move freely throughout Nigeria and to reside in any part thereof, and no citizen shall be expelled from Nigeria or refused entry thereof or there from (Section 41 of the 1999 constitution).


Right to freedom of dignity of human person
Every individual is entitled to respect for the dignity of person and accordingly no person shall be subject to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment.


No person shall be held in slavery or servitude.


Right to freedom from discrimination on the grounds of sex, race, tribe, creed or political opinion or association
No Nigerian shall be discriminated upon on the basis of his community, ethnic group, sex, place of origin and politician opinion.


Right to fair and equal hearing
In the determination of a person’s civil rights and obligations, every person shall be entitled to fair hearing within a reasonable time by the court or other tribunal established by law and constituted in like manner as to secure its impartiality (Section 36 of the 1999 constitution).


Right to private and family life
The privacy of citizens, their homes, correspondences and telephone conversations is guaranteed and protected


Right to freedom of expression and the press


Every person shall be entitled to freedom of expression, including freedom to hold opinions (Section 39 of the 1999 constitution).
Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1) of this section, every person shall entitle the right to own, establish and operate any medium for the dissemination of information.
Right to freedom of thought, conscience and religionEvery person shall be entitled to freedom of thought, conscience and religion, including freedom to change his religion or belief and freedom (either alone or in community with others in public or in private) to manifest and propagate his religion or beliefs in teaching, worship and practice (Section 38 of the 1999 constitution).
Right to peaceful assembly or associationEvery person shall be entitled to assemble freely and associate with other persons or political party (Section 40 of the 1999 constitution).


You will hear good news

Throughout this week and beyond you will surely receive good news in Jesus name 

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Àrọko Alarinyan Jiyàn

1. Oríṣiríṣi àrọko ni ó wà nínú èdè Yorùbá. Àwọn náà ni wonyi

Àrọko oniroyin


Àrọko Aláayè


Àrọko Alapejuwe


Àrọko Alarinyan Jiyàn


Àrọko onisoro gbèsè.


2. Àpẹẹrẹ Àrọko Alarinyan Jiyàn ni wonyi

Ìṣe àgbè dára jù ìṣe dókítà lọ


Ijoba alágbára dára jù ijoba ologun lọ


Ọmọ obìnrin dára jù ọmọ ọkùnrin lọ


Ọmọ wunmi ju owó lọ


Ìgbà ojo dára jù ìgbà èérún lọ

List Of Presidential Candidates for February 2019 General Elections

FORTHERECORD:Nigeria’s73presidential

The 2019 presidential election will feature the highest number of candidatesinNigeria’shistory.Seventy-threeoutofthe91registered politicalpartieshavepresentedcandidatesfortheelectionholdingon Saturday, February16.
TheIndependentNationalElectoralCommission(INEC)onJanuary17 releaseditsfinallistofpresidentialcandidates.
Twooftheparties,theSocialDemocraticParty(SDP)andAlliedCongress PartyofNigeria(ACPN)haveissuesoverthenominationofpresidential candidates,butbothremainonINEC’sfinallist.
TheelectionsalsohavethehighestnumberofregisteredvotersinNigeria’s historywithover84millionontheregister.
Presidential candidates in past elections

The first presidential election that began the Fourth Republic held on February 27, 1999. It was between Olusegun Obasanjo of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Olu Falae, who ran on a joint ticket of the AllianceforDemocracy(AD)andtheAllPeople’sParty(APP).MrObasannjo wontheelectionwith18,738,154votes.MrFalaescored11,110,287votes.
Thesecondpresidentialelectionin2003had20candidates.MrObasanjo again won with 24,456,140 votes. His closest opponent, Muhammadu BuhariwhoranontheplatformoftheAllNigeriaPeoplesParty(ANPP), scored 12,710,022votes.
Thethirdelectionin2007witnessedadeclineinthenumberofpresidential candidates. There were 18 candidates and former governor of Katsina State,UmarYar’Adua,wonwith24,638,063.MrBuhariagaincamesecond scoring 6,605,299votes.
Thefourthelectionin2011featured15candidates.PresidentGoodluck Jonathanwonwith22,495,187votes,aheadofMrBuhariwhoranunder the platform of Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) and polled 12,214,853votes.
Inthefifthcycleofthepresidentialelectionin2015,14candidateswereon the ballot. President Buhari won the election on the platform of the All ProgressiveCongress(APC),defeatingMrJonathan.
Meet your presidential candidates and their political parties

Belowisthelistofcandidatesandtheirrunningmateswhowillbeonthe ballot onSaturday.
IsaacOsitelu(64–M)–Accord(A)V.P–LawalMuhammad(33–M)– Accord(A)
AbdulRashidBaba(46–M)–ActionAlliance(AA)V.P–UchenduOzoka (49–F)–ActionAlliance(AA)
OmoyeleSowore(47–M)–AfricanActionCongress(AAC)V.P–Rabiu Rufai(42–M)–AfricanActionCongress(AAC)
ChikeUkaegbu(35–M)–AdvancedAlliedParty(AAP)VP–SafiyaOgoh (47–F)–AdvancedAlliedParty(AAP)
ShipiGodia(39–M)–AllBlendingParty(ABP)V.P–OkwuanyasiShaliat (44–F)–AllBlendingParty(ABP)
NwokeaforIkechukwu(42–M)–AdvancedCongressofDemocrats(ACD) VP–AliAbdullahi(65–M)–AdvancedCongressofDemocrats(ACD)
ObiageliEzekwesili(55–F)–AlliedCongressPartyofNigeria(ACPN)V.P– GaniyuGaladima(54–M)–AlliedCongressPartyofNigeria(ACPN)

ObadiahMailafia(61–M)–AfricanDemocraticCongress(ADC)V.P NasiruTanimowo(65–M)–AfricanDemocraticCongress(ADC)
YusufYabaji(64–M)–ActionDemocraticParty(ADP)V.P–Olateru Martin(60–M)–ActionDemocraticParty(ADP)
NwachukwuNwabuikwu(53–M)–AllGrassrootsAlliance(AGA)V.P– TijjaniAlli(39–F)–AllGrassrootsAlliance(AGA)
UmenwaGodwin(54–M)–AllGrandAllianceParty(AGAP)V.P– IbrahimOlaika(43–M)–AllGrandAllianceParty(AGAP)
YusufuObaje(69–M)–AdvancedNigeriaDemocraticParty(ANDP)V.P
SuleGaniyu(54–M)–AdvancedNigeriaDemocraticParty(ANDP)

FelaDurotoye(47–M)–AllianceforNewNigeria(ANN)V.P–Khadijah Abdullahi-Iya(44–F)–AllianceforNewNigeria(ANN)
ShittuMoshood(49–M)–AllianceNationalParty(ANP)V.P–Okere Evelyn(43–F)–AllianceNationalParty(ANP)
TopeFasua(47–M)–AbundantNigeriaRenewalParty(ANRP)V.P– YakubuZakari(42–M)–AbundantNigeriaRenewalParty(ANRP)
AliyuIbrahim(51–M)–AfricanPeoplesAlliance(APA)V.P–Adeleke Aderemi(58–M)–AfricanPeoplesAlliance(APA)
MuhammaduBuhari(76–M)–AllProgressivesCongress(APC)V.P– YemiOsinbajo(61–M)–AllProgressivesCongress(APC)
ShittuMohammed(51–M)–AdvancedPeoplesDemocraticAlliance (APDA)
VP–OlayemiMahmud(53–F)–AdvancedPeoplesDemocraticAlliance (APDA)
JohnGbor(70–M)–AllProgressivesGrandAlliance(APGA)V.P–Gerald Chukwueke(61–M)–AllProgressivesGrandAlliance(APGA)
MammanYusuf(46–M)–AlliedPeoplesMovement(APM)V.P–Duru Nwabueze(43–M)–AlliedPeoplesMovement(APM)
ObinnaIkeagwuonu(38–M)–ActionPeoplesParty(APP)V.P– OmotoshoEmmanuel(39–M)–ActionPeoplesParty(APP)
JohnDara(63–M)–AllianceofSocialDemocrats(ASD)V.P–Abubakar Salisu(60–M)–AllianceofSocialDemocrats(ASD)
AngelaJohnson(59–F)–AllianceforaUnitedNigeria(AUN)V.P– ZayyanuAbubakar(40–M)–AllianceforaUnitedNigeria(AUN)

DavidIze-Iyamu(52–M)–BetterNigeriaProgressiveParty(BNPP)V.P– KofarUmar(39–F)–BetterNigeriaProgressiveParty(BNPP)
GeffOjinikaChizee(57–M)–CoalitionforChange(C4C)V.P–Yakubu Usman–CoalitionforChange(C4C)
LewisAbah(48–M)–ChangeAdvocacyParty(CAP)V.P–MichaelOkojie (43–M)–ChangeAdvocacyParty(CAP)
EmmanuelEtim(38–M)–ChangeNigeriaParty(CNP)V.P–Adeola Zainab(39–F)–ChangeNigeriaParty(CNP)
FrankUkonga(58–M)–DemocraticAlternative(DA)V.P–MusaSaidu (37–M)–DemocraticAlternative(DA)
AwosolaOlusola(58–M)–DemocraticPeoplesCongress(DPC) VP–SeiyefaFetepigi(46–F)–DemocraticPeoplesCongress(DPC)
FelixOsakwe(54–M)–DemocraticPeoplesParty(DPP)V.P– MohammedAli(42–M)–DemocraticPeoplesParty(DPP)
JohnOnwubuya(47–M)–FreedomandJusticeParty(FJP)V.P–Ahmad Muhammad(64–M)–FreedomandJusticeParty(FJP)
ChrisOkotie(60–M)–FRESHpartyV.P–BinutuAdefela(57–M)– FRESH
DavidsonAkhimien(53–M)–GrassrootsDevelopmentPartyofNigeria (GDPN)V.P–IbrahimHamman(56–M)–GrassrootsDevelopmentPartyof Nigeria(GDPN)
SamuelEke(48–M)–GreenPartyofNigeria(GPN)V.P–HadizaMusa (42–F)–GreenPartyofNigeria(GPN)
AlbertOwuru(56–M)–HopeDemocraticParty(HDP)V.P–Yahaya Shaba(42–M)–HopeDemocraticParty(HDP)
NnamdiMadu(48–M)–IndependentDemocrats(ID)V.P–Adamu Abubakar(41–M)–IndependentDemocrats(ID)
SundayChukwu-eguzolugo(46–M)–JusticeMustPrevailParty(JMPP)
V.P – Salihu Iman (44 – M) – Justice Must Prevail Party (JMPP)

AdesinaFagbenro-Byron(59–M)–KowaParty(KP)V.P–UmmarAbbas (54–M)–KowaParty(KP)
KrizDavid(44–M)–LiberationMovement(LM)V.P–AzaelVashi(35–F)
Liberation Movement(LM)

UsmanMuhammed(69–M)–LabourPartyV.P–TomAkpan(42–M)– Labour Party(LP)

Olufunmilayo Adesanya-Davies (56 – F) – Mass Action Joint Alliance (MAJA)V.P–AnthonyIbeneme(43–M)–MassActionJointAlliance(MAJA)
IsahBashayi(43–M)–MassesMovementofNigeria(MMN)V.P– OluwatoyinAdepoju(35–F)–MassesMovementofNigeria(MMN)
HamisuSanturaki(44–M)–MegaPartyofNigeria(MPN)V.P–Chinwe Ufondu(45–F)–MegaPartyofNigeria(MPN)
RabiaHassan(66–F)–NationalActionCouncil(NAC)V.PChineme Uhuegbu(44–M)–NationalActionCouncil(NAC)
BabatundeAdemola(37–M)–NigeriaCommunityMovementParty (NCMP)V.P–AishaTataji(51–F)–NigeriaCommunityMovementParty (NCMP)
YunusaSalisu(48–M)–NationalConscienceParty(NCP)V.P–Funmi James(53–F)–NationalConscienceParty(NCP)
JohnsonEdosomwan(64–M)–NigeriaDemocraticCongressParty (NDCP)V.P–NasiruMohammed(51–M)–NigeriaDemocraticCongress Party(NDCP)
RobinsonAkpua(39–M)–NationalDemocraticLibertyParty(NDLP)V.P
UmaruAhamadu(49–M)–NationalDemocraticLibertyParty(NDLP)

PaulIshaka(60–M)–NigeriaElementsProgressiveParty(NEPP)V.P– AkinfelamiVincent(46–M)–NigeriaElementsProgressiveParty(NEPP)
AsukwoArchibong(50–M)–NigeriaforDemocracy(NFD)V.P–Ite Donald-Ekpo(41–F)–NigeriaforDemocracy(NFD)
EuniceAtuejide(40–F)–NationalInterestParty(NIP)V.P–Muhammad Bello(39)–NationalInterestParty(NIP)
IkeKeke(39–M)–NewNigeriaPeoplesParty(NNPP)V.P–Johnson Omede(30–M)–NewNigeriaPeoplesParty(NNPP)
MaimunaMaina(41–F)–NigeriaPeoplesCongress(NPC)V.P–Yetunde Oluwole(44–F)–NigeriaPeoplesCongress(NPC)
UsmanIbrahim(48–M)–NewProgressiveMovement(NPM)V.P– OnwaNwafor-Orizu(45–M)–NewProgressiveMovement(NPM)
MosesAjibiowu(45–M)–NationalUnityParty(NUP)V.P–Michael Idoko(46–M)–NationalUnityParty(NUP)
FelixNicholas(37–M)–PeoplesCoalitionParty(PCP)V.PBabaAdo(49
M)–PeoplesCoalitionParty(PCP)

AtikuAbubakar(72–M)–PeoplesDemocraticParty(PDP)V.P–Peter Obi(57–M)–PeoplesDemocraticParty(PDP)

PeterAmeh(41–M)–ProgressivePeoplesAlliance(PPA)V.P–Kehinde Edun(52–M)–ProgressivePeoplesAlliance(PPA)
VictorOkhai(52–M)–ProvidencePeople’sCongress(PPC)V.PIyan TamaHamisu(52–M)–ProvidencePeople’sCongress(PPC)
HamzaAl-Mustapha(58–M)–PeoplesPartyofNigeria(PPN)V.P– RobertOpara(53–M)–PeoplesPartyofNigeria(PPN)
GbengaOlawepo-Hashim(49–M)–People’sTrust(PT)V.P–Nwankwo Agwuncha(76–M)–People’sTrust(PT)
IsraelNonyeremDavidson(59–M)–ReformandAdvancementParty (RAP)V.P–DawudHassan(31–M)–ReformandAdvancementParty(RAP)
ChukwudiOsuala(59–M)–Re-buildNigeriaParty(RBNP)V.P– MuhammadFalali(56–M)–Re-buildNigeriaParty(RBNP)
NseobongNsehe(33–M)–RestorationPartyofNigeria(RP)V.P– MohammedAbuh(44–M)–RestorationPartyofNigeria(RP)
SocialDemocraticParty–notfilleded

ThomasDa-Silva(56–M)–SaveNigeriaCongress(SNC)V.P–Aisha Muhammed(54–F)–SaveNigeriaCongress(SNC)
AhmedBuhari(36–M)–SustainableNationalParty(SNP)VP–Nwagu Kingsley(38–M)–SustainableNationalParty(SNP)
IsiakaBalogun(59–M)–UnitedDemocraticParty(UDP)V.P–Shuaibu Muhammad(49–M)–UnitedDemocraticParty(UDP)
MarkEmmanuel(46–M)–UnitedPatriots(UP)V.P–OkekeMoses(72–
M) – United Patriots (UP)

AhmedInwa(62–M)–UnityPartyofNigeria(UPN)V.P–Echemor Nkwocha(59–M)–UnityPartyofNigeria(UPN)
NwangwuUchenna(69–M)–WeThePeopleNigeria(WTPN)V.P OlanrewajuAdebowale(58–M)–WeThePeopleNigeria(WTPN)
AliSoyode(55–M)–YESElectoratesSolidarity(YES)V.PBalkisu Abdullahi(42–F)–YESElectoratesSolidarity(YES)
KingsleyMoghalu(55–M)–YoungProgressiveParty(YPP)V.P–Umma Getso(37–M)–YoungProgressiveParty(YPP)

Lagos state placement examination certificate

This is how the certificate looks like..

Is is issued by Lagos State Government after a child must have completed the first stage of the universal basic education at level six. 


It only issued to pupils in basic six alone after some years when the child has left primary school. 

Is is called Lagos State Uniform Attestation Completion of primary school certificate 



Tosin certificate is ready




Who do you marry

If you marry the right person, everyday is Valentine's Day.     Marry the wrong person, everyday is Martyrs Day.     Marry a lazy person, everyday is Labour Day.     Marry a rich person everyday is New Year's Day    Marry an immature person, everyday would seem like Children's Day.     Marry a cheater or liar, everyday will become April Fool's Day.     And if you don't get married, everyday is Independance Day!    Marriage is the only school where you get the Certificate before you start.     It's also a school where you will never graduate.    It's a school without a break or a free period.    It's a school where no one is allowed to drop out.    It's a school you will have to attend every day of your life.    It's a school where there is no sick leave or holidays.    It's a school founded by God:    1.On the foundation of love.    2.The walls are made out of trust.    3.The door made out of acceptance.    4.The windows made out of understanding    5.The furniture made out of blessings    6.The roof made out of faith.    Be reminded that you are just a student not the principal.    God is the only Principal.    Even in times of storms, don't be unwise and run outside.    Keep in mind that, this school is the safest place to be.    Never go to sleep before completing your  assignments for the day.    Never forget the C-word...Communicate.    Communicate with your classmate and with the Principal.     If you find out something in your classmate (spouse) that you do not appreciate,    Remember your classmate is also just a student not a graduate,     God is not finished with him/her yet.     So take it as a challenge and work on it together.    Do not forget to study the Holy Book (the main textbook of this school).    Start each day with a sacred assembly and end it the same way.    Sometimes you will feel like not attending classes, yet you have to.    When tempted to quit find courage and continue.    Some tests and exams may be tough but remember,     the Principal knows how much you can bear and yet    it's a school better than any other.    It's one of the best schools on earth;    joy, peace and happiness accompany each lesson of the day.    Different subjects are offered in this school, yet love is the major subject.    After all the years of theorizing about it, now you have a chance to practice it.    To be loved is a good thing, but to love is the greatest privilege of them all.    Marriage is a place of love, so love your spouse.   More grace from God.     Send this to all your married friends to encourage them,  and to your unmarried friends to counsel and educate them��

List of schools under Lagos State model college

S/NNAME OF SCHOOLSTATUSDISTRICT
1LAGOS STATE MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE, MEIRANBOARDING ONLYI
2VETLAND  JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, IFAKO-IJAIYEDAY ONLYI
3LAGOS STATE MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE, IGBOKUTABOARDING ONLYII
4L/S CIVIL SERVICE MODEL JNR. COLLEGE , IGBOGBOBOARDING ONLYII
5ORIWU MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE,IKORODUBOARDING ONLYII
6GOVERNMENT JUNIOR COLLEGE, IKORODUBOARDING ONLYII
7EVA-ADELAJA  MEM JNR SEC. SCHOOL, BARIGABOARDING ONLYII
8LAGOS STATE MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE, BADOREBOARDING ONLYIII
9LAGOS STATE MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE,IGBONLABOARDING ONLYIII
10LAGOS MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE, AGBOWABOARDING ONLYIII
11GOVERNMENT JUNIOR COLLEGE, KETU- EPEBOARDING ONLYIII
12EPE JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, EPEBOARDING ONLYIII
13LAGOS STATE MODEL JNR COLLEGE, KANKONBOARDING ONLYV
14LAGOS STATE JNR MODEL COLLEGE , OJOBOARDING ONLYV
15BADAGRY JNR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BADAGRYBOARDING ONLYV


List of Lagos State Model Colleges


1 LAGOS STATE MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE, MEIRANBOARDING ONLYI
2VETLAND  JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, IFAKO-IJAIYEDAY ONLYI
3LAGOS STATE MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE, IGBOKUTABOARDING ONLYII
4L/S CIVIL SERVICE MODEL JNR. COLLEGE , IGBOGBOBOARDING ONLYII
5ORIWU MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE,IKORODUBOARDING ONLYII
6GOVERNMENT JUNIOR COLLEGE, IKORODUBOARDING ONLYII
7EVA-ADELAJA  MEM JNR SEC. SCHOOL, BARIGABOARDING ONLYII
8LAGOS STATE MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE, BADOREBOARDING ONLYIII
9LAGOS STATE MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE,IGBONLABOARDING ONLYIII
10LAGOS MODEL JUNIOR COLLEGE, AGBOWABOARDING ONLYIII
11GOVERNMENT JUNIOR COLLEGE, KETU- EPEBOARDING ONLYIII
12EPE JUNIOR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, EPEBOARDING ONLYIII
13LAGOS STATE MODEL JNR COLLEGE, KANKONBOARDING ONLYV
14LAGOS STATE JNR MODEL COLLEGE , OJOBOARDING ONLYV
15BADAGRY JNR GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BADAGRY

May God Almighty prosper you and bless you this week

May God Almighty prosper you and bless you this week and beyond 

The Problems With Nigeria started with the confusion in speaking English

The problems of Nigeria started with confusion in speaking English...
British: Extreme
American : End
Nigerian : Extreme end
British: Knicker
American: Short
Nigerian: Short knicker
British : Salon
American : Barbershop
Nigerian: Barbing salon
British: Bend
American: corner
Nigerian: Bending corner
British: so,
American: Therefore
Nigerian: So therefore,
British: tell me the reason
America: tell me why
Nigeria: tell me the reason why
British: Ten Pounds each
American: Ten Dollars each
Nigerian: Ten Ten naira each.
You see where our problem started?
😂😂😂😂😂😂

The Problems With Nigeria

The problems of Nigeria started with confusion in speaking English...
British: Extreme
American : End
Nigerian : Extreme end
British: Knicker
American: Short
Nigerian: Short knicker
British : Salon
American : Barbershop
Nigerian: Barbing salon
British: Bend
American: corner
Nigerian: Bending corner
British: so,
American: Therefore
Nigerian: So therefore,
British: tell me the reason
America: tell me why
Nigeria: tell me the reason why
British: Ten Pounds each
American: Ten Dollars each
Nigerian: Ten Ten naira each.
You see where our problem started?
😂😂😂😂😂😂

Lagos State Adjusted School Calendar for the 2018 /2019 Academic Year

*CHANGE OF DATE FOR MID-TERM BREAK.*

Due to the upcoming Presidential and Gubernatorial elections to be held in all parts of Nigeria. A meeting was convened to decide the changes in the mid term break.

At the meeting with the Ministry of  Education today it was agreed that schools will have 2 “half term breaks” to cover both the presidential and gubernatorial elections:
1. First break from *February 13th - February 18th.* Classes resume on *Tuesday, February 19th.* Boarders return on the evening of *February 18th.*

2. Second “half-term break” from *February 28th - March 4th.* Classes resume on *Tuesday, March 5th.* Boarders return on the evening of *March 4th.*

World Book Day to be observed on *Thursday, March 7th.*

Thanks for your understanding expected cooperation.



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