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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Exclusive: Devyn Rose - Want It All E.P.



 With the success of her EP, “D.E.V.Y.N”, which raked in over 150,000 downloads and brought in an outpour of support from DJS, bloggers, and fans from across the world, Devyn brings you the final instalment to her 3 part Free EP series, an EP entitled “Want It All”.




When asked about her new EP, Devyn says: “I am so happy to have teamed up with Hulkshare.com for its release. My main goal for my EP “Want It All” is to show my fans and potential new fans what I am capable of overall as a multi genre musician, through my music, through my visuals, in everything I do and I definitely feel I am accomplishing that goal – I’m so not done yet, although this is the last instalment to my “PROJECT: I AM DEVYN ROSE” EP Series, this is really just the beginning to the end. ”






Thursday, April 25, 2013

2 Men Rob Filling Station In Lugansk Region


                              
                       Новости Украины - Происшествия в Украине - новости Луганской области - ограбление - В Луганской области двое мужчин с топором и пистолетом ограбили АЗС

In Severodonetsk,Lugansk on April 24 at 0:05, two masked men with a gun and an ax robbed a gas station, according to the provincial Department of Internal Affairs.
According to authorities, the men took the money from the top shelf at the station, threatening the gas station employee with an axe and a gun. Law enforcement agencies have begun tracing the criminals.
Source: Korrespondent.net

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The Definition Of A "Wife Material",Signs Every Man Should Look Out For Before Marriage


           Marriage is one of the most important journeys that a person can embark on. It is life-changing and can be destructive if it is embarked on with the wrong person. You have to be absolutely sure that the woman in your life is someone you’ll be happy spending time with every day of your life, forever. Here are signs that show the woman in your life will make a good wife.
1.She is Nurturing
A woman who will make a good wife has to be caring and nurturing. She’s going to be majorly responsible for the well-being of you and your children. She should be kind and compassionate, willing to take care of others without grumbling.
2.  She’s Dependable
A great wife should be someone you can trust and rely on.  She should be someone who will support her man no matter what, someone you know you can count on, come rain, come shine.
3. She’s Respectful
Disrespect is one of the major causes of marital dysfunction. The woman you decide to marry should respect you no matter what. She should respect your family and your friends, even if she doesn't like them. She should be a respectful person all round.
4. She’s Humble
A proud woman will encourage grudges and nothing destroys relationships faster than malice. The ideal wife should be able to apologize even when she isn't in the wrong.
5. She’s emotionally stable
The woman you decide to marry should be stable emotionally and otherwise. An emotionally unstable woman can’t handle the pressures of marriage. She should be mature and know how to handle situations without constantly losing her cool. You don’t want to marry a woman who will break down in tears over every little challenge or get angry and insult at every slight provocation.
6. She loves children
The ideal wife should love children. She should like to have them around her and willing to play with them always. This is a sign that she’ll be capable of taking care of the family you build together.
7. She can cook
She doesn't have to be a chef but a great wife should be able to feed her family.
8. You have a lot in common
It can be the same kind of music or the same hobbies or even just a love of books. If there are things you both like to do, that’s a good sign you are entering a marriage of happiness and longevity.
9.  You have great communication
There is nothing more important in a relationship than communication, and if you are considering making it official by marrying her, you have to feel comfortable talking with her about any and everything. The more you communicate with your woman, the less likely the two of you will get into arguments because you both will be able to talk about your problems instead of holding them in.
10. You can laugh together
Mutual laughter is an essential component of a strong and healthy marriage. Romance is much better if you can see humour in the little things and can have a laugh together.

         In summary, you must remember that there’s no such thing as a perfect person so there can’t be a perfect wife. Love is about accepting that person you've chosen even with all their flaws and deciding to love them no matter what.

Signs You Will End Up Single Even If You Dating Now

 

1. Many African ladies will end up singles for life because of media exposure- 
it is so disheartening how a lady will glue her eyes on a mobile phone from morning to night, only to raise it up to focus on television to watch another celebrity entertainment channel. Tell, what else will dominate this lady's mindset aside how to live a fake celebrity life being promoted on television channels

2. Many African ladies now dislike cooking and home chores-
just because they have been brainwashed by movies showcasing men playing the role of women in a family, and due to excessive exposure to modern media that promotes gender-equality in a destructive way that's aimed at destroying the unique African family setting that made our previous African marriages everlasting and envious to the westerns. Now, with this attitude, how do you expect a African man to desire to marry when he knows he is only buying more headache and trouble than helper for himself

3. Excessive makeup turns most decent and serious-minded men off- 
if you have observed you will discover that most men dislike excessive makeup, and more don't even like it at all; reason they often times discourage their true loved ones to do away with it cos it speaks ill of a lady even though so many men will applaud and complement you for looking like an Egyptian mummy. A slight makeup is okay; but if you are out for marriage, try always to look simple and natural, it will attract better men, decent and serious-minded, except you are still living in your high school life and not thinking towards marriage. 

4. Stop Giving Your Number Out To Every Dick & Harry! 
No man would want to propose marriage to a lady whose is always on the phone talking and laughing with unserious characters. You may not be a playgirl, but he would judge you as one, and will likely flee at the slightest chance or disagreement. 

5. You Don't Bring Any Value Into The Life Of Men You Date or Are Dating- 
because your best friend married without contributing anything to the man that finally married her, doesn't mean it will work for you that way. Think, work towards equipping yourself so that you can be a value and also add value to his life to convince him that you are worth committing to. Adding value to his life isn't by giving him money, or material gifts, nope….good counsels, being his best friend, helping him attain his goals in life, lending him moral, mental and spiritual support, and by not just being a liability that only bring requests and problems to be solved.

6. Your Friends Run Your Life- 
how do you expect to find a husband when you still allow your clique of friends to be dictating which man you meet is worthy of your love and which is not? When will you wake up and face the fact that those your best friends even though they cherish you, wouldn't want you to marry before them or to marry the best man 

7. You Package Yourself Wrongly- 
in your attempt to look sexy, adorable and maybe appealing to guys, you have derailed from appealing to appalling. In fact you look more whorish than modest; more distracting  than attractive, and more disgusting than adorable. Your dressing style determines who gets attracted to you most times. If you dress high school, only high school-thinking guys will be attracted to you, and if you dress excessively sexy and provocative, only randy men will come to you for urgent satisfaction of their immediate s*x urge, so don't be fooled by media hyping of certain kinds of dressing, they are meant for certain set of ladies you wouldn't like to be associated with, be careful. Remember, not all clothes that look sexy are good for a seriously searching for a soul mate single lady. 

8. You Lack Manner, Character, Wisdom and Good Home Upbringing- 
definitely, your 'hot girl', 'pretty girl', 'sexy girl' looks will win you so many men; both the good, and the bad, but your inner beauty, your character and manner are the things that will determine whether any of those men would stay or run after accomplishing their 'sex' mission. In order words, do away with nagging, being possessive, challenging with men in negative ways, the mentality of 'what a man can do a woman can do better', is a lie the devil has used to deceive and destroy so many ladies today

Reasons Why Your Boy friend And Spouse Do Not Trust You


                                    
You don’t cry on his shoulder
You don’t have to be a weepy mess all the time and literally cry on your man’s shoulder but you can confide in him when you have something troubling on your mind. When you confide in him, he feels more comfortable confiding in you as well.
You’re judgmental
Being judgement and critical of your partner is one of the quickest ways to kill the trust in a relationship because it makes your partner feel unsafe. People make mistakes and if they don’t feel like they can still be loved and accepted, they are less likely to trust. If your man makes a mistake and tells you about it, judging and criticizing him means that next time he won’t trust you enough to tell you what happened. The same goes for feelings; if he tells you how he feels about something and you dismiss his feelings, he will not tell you how he feels next time.
You don’t keep your word
If you say you’re going to do something, do it-period. Once you start saying you’re going to do something and then don’t follow through, you’re showing your partner that you can not be trusted. Even with seemingly small things like time; when you agree to be somewhere at a specific time, don’t be late.
 You’re two faced
If you act one way in front of him and then another way in front of your parents, he may start wondering about you. If you can hide who you are from other people, who’s to say you’re not hiding things from him as well? The same goes for telling lies. If he hears you being dishonest with others, he can wonder if you are dishonest with him as well.
You’re not honest all the time
Tell your man the truth. Even small lies add up over time. It is better to just tell the truth rather than risk eroding the trust in your relationship.
You’re secretive
If you’re a secretive person, it can be hard for your man to trust you, especially if he’s been betrayed by you or someone else before. Be as open as you can about who you’re talking to, emailing, texting and spending time with.
 You don’t “have his back”Your man needs to feel like you’re on his side. If you disagree with him, it’s better not to do it in mixed company, for instance. Support him in the moment and if it’s important, you can tell him about which points you disagree with, in private. Your man can’t trust you if you throw him under the bus in front of other people but he will appreciate it if you reserve your disagreements until the appropriate time.

Igbinedion University's Medical School Loses Accreditation Again + 20 Fake Doctors Apprehended


         Minister of Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu
         Minister Of Health  - Prof. Chukwu

The Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria has dragged 20 persons to court for claiming and operating as medical doctors without requisite training and qualification.
The council also suspended its accreditation to the College of Health Sciences, Igbinedion University, Okada, for failing to meet the required standards.
The MDCN Registrar/Chief Executive, Dr. Abdulmumini Ibrahim, stated this on Tuesday in Abuja during the induction of 395 medical doctors and dentists.
He said, “We have a new unit called the Monitoring and Inspectorate Department in the secretariat, which is responsible for cracking down on individuals involved in quackery. Currently, we have about 20 cases pending in courts and all have to do with quackery where people parade themselves as doctors.
“They were arrested and prosecuted, that is why they are in court. Whether they are on bail or not on bail is another issue. We have succeeded in arresting them. They were arrested by the state monitoring committees, then the council secretariat was invited as a witness to testify in court.”
Ibrahim particularly pointed to a case in Lagos where a rusticated medical student was parading himself as a doctor.
The suspect, he said, could not complete his training overseas and he returned to Nigeria claiming to be a medical doctor.
On restoring standards in the profession, Ibrahim said the council was committed to living above aboard.
He said, “Failure of some medical/dental institutions to meet the quality assurance requirements of council resulted in withdrawal or suspension of accreditation. In this regard, the case of the College of Health Sciences at Igbinedion University, Okada in Edo State readily comes to mind.
“The accreditation of this institution was suspended for gross violation of the council regulations on operation of medical/dental institutions, especially in approved students’ quota. This institution was barred from admitting medical students since August 2010. This sanction will remain enforced until all pending cases are resolved.”
Ibrahim, however, noted that Igbinedion University was not the only culprit.
He said, “There are standards and guidelines put in place by the council. But if any of these institutions are found violating any of these guidelines, we will revisit that medical school. If they do not really address the issues, we will slam suspension before we withdraw accreditation. Currently, Igbinedion University is in that category; and the council has given its management a two-year timeline for correction.
“If its management corrects the anomalies within the period, then the council will reinstate the accreditation. Currently, Igbinedion University should not be admitting students and should not be graduating students. There are students that in their final years, after writing their final exams, they must be subjected to these professional examinations.”
“In 2011, we suspended about 11 medical schools and they were given time limits to address those issues that have been violated. Nine of them were able to address the issues within the time, except Igbinedion University and University of Benin. However, UNIBEN was able to address those issues after a period. For now, it is only Igbinedion University that is becoming recalcitrant and it is lingering too much.”

Source:Punch

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Monday, April 22, 2013

How To Know When A Girl Just Broke Up,15 Things They Do After Breaking Up



           

Breaking up with a girlfriend is one of the hardest things to do. Not because you care about her or anything, but because of the crazy shit they tend to do after.

Yes women are out of their minds, and unlike men, they run off of pure emotion. Their post-relationships antics can be befuddling and downright insane.

Simply put, everything they do makes absolutely no sense.

 1. Cut or dye their hair a different color (as if it would make her look better or attract attention)

2. Go out every night (this breaks the law of supply and demand)

3. Go on vacation (trying to run from their problems)

4. Move to another state or country (It's that serious)

5. Get fat (For real!!)

6. Hang out with their ex's friends  (didn't you get the memo? You're not welcome here anymore. Don't pull a Yoko Ono.)

7. Date their ex's friend (you only just passing the fun(you) around)

8. Hooking up with an ex,  (there's nothing worse in life than taking two steps backwards0

9. Instagram pictures of themselves buying a pair of Louboutins  (we get it, you're 4 years late and overcompensating for the void)

10. Having one night stands  (how old are you 19?)

11. Fight for their relationship to be repaired  (once it's broken, it's broken)

12. Rekindle their relationship only to dump them the next day (petty bitch!)

13. Admit that they've been in a relationship the whole time  (to show they are heartless and dont feel it)

14. Tell their ex that they think they're pregnant  (WTF is this Maury?)

15. Delete their ex from social media  (within the first 2 years after, then its fair game.)

16. Communicates with their ex's family more than them —(that's a no, no.)

17. Tries too hard to show everyone how great their lives are through social media  (you can lie to yourself, but you cant lie to me.)

18. Starts dating someone else within the week  (you a whore!.)

19. Starts dating other girls  (come on, who do you think you are? Tila Tequila?)

20. Begins to only date older men  (we knew you had a daddy complex all along.)

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Exclusive: Criz-Shane - We Fly ft. Emjay Rock Star



Criz Shane, a Nigerian-born and brought based in Ukraine/Spain who is best known for dropping platinum RnB/Afro hip-hop classic songs is back with a Brand New Song titled WE FLY which is already getting a lot of Airplays in Radio Stations and Clubs in Ukraine . He features another popular Nigerian Born and Ukrainian based Rapper Emjay RockStar.
This song is quite cool and uniquely different from what you always hear from other artistes. Criz Shane works magic in displaying effortless vocal dexterity while simultaneously relaying complex emotional depth and power making the song addictive and sexy. Download and Enjoy.


Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Incarcerated Nigerian Student In Ukraine Freed Finally

                

         Nigerian student, Olaolu Femi, who has been in detention in Lugansk,Ukraine for about a year after being arrested for attempted murder has been released. Olaolu was released today according to the President of Association of Nigerian Students in Ukraine.          Ukrainian police charged him with attempted murder, but according to eye witnesses, Olaolu was defending himself against six Ukrainian teenagers who attacked him at the entrance to his apartment block last year. Olaolu was said to have managed to get up and defended himself against the assailants with a glass from a broken bottle.

Ukrainian Medical School Drop-Out Arrested Working With Fake Documents In Nigeria

Photo: Medical doctor’ works with stolen certificates for one year

Michael Akorful Onyeagolo who claimed to be a medical practitioner with a popular hospital in Festac Lagos, was yesterday arrested by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria and Lagoa State Health Facility Monitoring Agency (HEFAMA) for impersonation. Onyeagolo 28, aka Dr. Hilary Abiwu, confessed that he was not a medical doctor. He said he stole the certificates from a doctor in Ghana.

Michael who hails from Imo State had been practising until nemesis caught up with him when he mismanaged a patient who was brought to the hospital. He said, “I was in school in Ukraine but could not graduate. I ran away from the school because I was to be arrested for being a witness to a crime. I went out to a joint with my friends one day and there was a fight. In the course of the fight, somebody died. The police arrested the guy and were looking for me. So I ran away.” On how he began to practice, he said a friend of his name Obinna Uche, a businessman gave him the certificates with which he had been working.

“When I ran away from the school, I went to meet my friend Obinna who gave me the documents. So, I came down to Nigeria and obtained a licence to practice.” Michael after much interrogation, by Dr. Okwuokenye Henry and Dr. Theophilus Ajayi, admitted that he stole the certificates by himself from Dr. Abiwu Hilarious. Dr. Henry Okwuokenye, HOD, Inspectorate Department of MDCN who led the team, said the certificate was not given to Michael by anybody, adding that he lived with Dr. Abiwu for two months and stole the doctor’s certificates. “From our investigation, it was revealed that he stole the documents from Dr. Abiwu who resides in Ghana.

When Michael came to us, he presented himself as the owner of the documents and registered for our assessment examination that is done by all trained foreign medical doctors. He did the examination twice and failed and on the third sitting, he passed and we gave him a provisional licence. In the process of verifying his documents, we discovered that his certificates were stolen from another doctor in Ghana.

We contacted the Medical and Dental Council Ghana who gave us the relevant documents and the real photograph of the doctor, who also wrote to us.” “Since then, we have been looking for him until report came to us that he mismanaged a patient. That was how we got his address.” Okwuokenye advised all quack doctors in Nigeria to desist from their evil practices adding, that the Registrar (MDCN), Dr. Ibrahim Abdumumin had vowed to rid the society of quacks in the medical field. Dailysun

Medical doctor’ works with stolen certificates for one year

Michael Akorful Onyeagolo who claimed to be a medical practitioner with a popular hospital in Festac Lagos, was yesterday arrested by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria and Lagoa State Health Facility Monitoring Agency (HEFAMA) for impersonation. Onyeagolo 28, aka Dr. Hilary Abiwu, confessed that he was not a medical doctor. He said he stole the certificates from a doctor in Ghana.

Michael who hails from Imo State had been practising until nemesis caught up with him when he mismanaged a patient who was brought to the hospital. He said, “I was in school in Ukraine but could not graduate. I ran away from the school because I was to be arrested for being a witness to a crime. I went out to a joint with my friends one day and there was a fight. In the course of the fight, somebody died. The police arrested the guy and were looking for me. So I ran away.” On how he began to practice, he said a friend of his name Obinna Uche, a businessman gave him the certificates with which he had been working.

“When I ran away from the school, I went to meet my friend Obinna who gave me the documents. So, I came down to Nigeria and obtained a licence to practice.” Michael after much interrogation, by Dr. Okwuokenye Henry and Dr. Theophilus Ajayi, admitted that he stole the certificates by himself from Dr. Abiwu Hilarious. Dr. Henry Okwuokenye, HOD, Inspectorate Department of MDCN who led the team, said the certificate was not given to Michael by anybody, adding that he lived with Dr. Abiwu for two months and stole the doctor’s certificates. “From our investigation, it was revealed that he stole the documents from Dr. Abiwu who resides in Ghana.

When Michael came to us, he presented himself as the owner of the documents and registered for our assessment examination that is done by all trained foreign medical doctors. He did the examination twice and failed and on the third sitting, he passed and we gave him a provisional licence. In the process of verifying his documents, we discovered that his certificates were stolen from another doctor in Ghana.

We contacted the Medical and Dental Council Ghana who gave us the relevant documents and the real photograph of the doctor, who also wrote to us.” “Since then, we have been looking for him until report came to us that he mismanaged a patient. That was how we got his address.” Okwuokenye advised all quack doctors in Nigeria to desist from their evil practices adding, that the Registrar (MDCN), Dr. Ibrahim Abdumumin had vowed to rid the society of quacks in the medical field. Dailysun

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Video:Ojizy - Casanova





                                  Ojizy Casanova.JPG


             

Ojizy (@OjizyAmusan) debuts new music video for the song "Casanova".Ojizy has previously released the audio version for Cassanova along with the Choc-Boyz featured ‘Weekend’ track.

His latest music video is a cross-country shot video. A music documentary set in two West African cities of Lagos, Nigeria and Accra, Ghana.

The video captures the tale of love gone sour and the beauty of forgiveness without forgetting the fun and energy of the Calypso/Afro-carribbean feel of the song.

Monday, April 15, 2013

Breaking News:Video:Bomb Blast In Boston U.S.A.

            
A person who was injured in an explosion near the finish line of the Boston Marathon is taken away from the scene in a wheelchair on Monday, April 15. <a href='http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/15/us/boston-marathon-explosions/index.html'>Read our developing news story</a> and follow up-to-the-minute reports <a href='http://news.blogs.cnn.com/2013/04/15/explosions-near-finish-of-boston-marathon/'>on CNN.com's Just In blog</a>.

Two bombs struck near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, killing two people and injuring at least 28.
The explosions sent smoke billowing into the air at Copley Square, turning a site of celebration into a mess of destruction.
"It felt like a huge cannon," a witness told CNN about one of theblasts.
Authorities in Boston have found other explosive devices that they were working to dismantle, a federal law enforcement source told CNN. The devices were "low flashpoint," and did not appear to have shrapnel inside them, the source said.
It was unclear who may have planted the bombs. There were no credible threats before the race, a state government official said.
Out of an abundance of caution, the Lenox Hotel was evacuated, the Boston Globe reported, as authorities looked into possible security concerns.
Massachusetts General Hospital said it was treating 19 injured people, six of them in critical condition. Tufts Medical Center reported that it was treating nine people. Combined, that brings the number of injured to at least 28. Police reported 22 people injured.
Crowds were in the area watching the runners when the blasts took place.
"We are currently in contact with federal, state and city officials," Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick wrote on Twitter.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder spoke with FBI Director Robert Mueller and U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz, a Justice Department official said.
Holder has directed the full resources of the Justice Department to be deployed to ensure the matter is fully investigated, the official said.
The Federal Aviation Administration placed a flight restriction over the site of the blasts.
Other cities, including New York and Washington, tightened security as a result. Following standard protocol, the White House cleared out an area in front of the West Wing.
"If you see something, say something," Mark Boughton, mayor of Canbury, Connecticut, wrote on Twitter. "All cities will be on a heightened state of alertness per Homeland Security protocols."
Mike Baingon, who works at the Atlantic Fish Company in Boston, said an explosion took place in front of the restaurant and that he was right by the front door at the time.
The explosions occurred at about 2:45 p.m., more than two hours after the first of the race's nearly 27,000 runners had crossed the finish line, CNN Producer Matt Frucci reported.
The race was halted as was subway service into the area.
Runners east of Massachusetts Avenue were directed to Boston Common; those west of Massachusetts Avenue were directed to Kenmore Square, the state's emergency management agency said.
Troops from the Massachusetts National Guard were assisting police as well.
Source:CNN

Monday, April 8, 2013

2013 Complete List Of Foreign Graduate Doctors That Passed The Nigerian Qualification Exam




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MDCN/396/VOL.XXV/X
DATE: 9th APRIL, 2013.
PASS LIST OF THE ASSESSMENT EXAMINATION FOR DOCTORS AND
DENTISTS HOLDING ONLY THE FOREIGN BASIC MEDICAL AND
DENTAL DEGREES AND CANDIDATES FROM OBA OKUNADE SIJUWADE
COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES, IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY HELD ON
THE 2ND TO 4TH APRIL 2013 AT THE OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY
TEACHING HOSPITAL COMPLEX, ILE-LIFE, OSUN STATE.
i) MEDICINE
S/N EXAM NO NAMES
1. MDCN/001/A/2013 Dr. ADAMU Michael Yambuwat
2. MDCN/003/A/2013 Dr. ANI Chijioke ogechukwu
3. MDCN/004/A/2013 Dr. ILORI Olukemi Christianah
4. MDCN/005/A/2013 Dr. EYESAN Omiretsuli Oritsetimetin
5. MDCN/006/A/2013 Dr. ETTA Reconane Magdalene
6. MDCN/007/A/2013 Dr. OKEKE Ijeoma Ezinwanne
7. MDCN/009/A/2013 Dr. MUHAMMAD Kaltume
8. MDCN/010/A/2013 Dr. EZE Vitus Ikechukwu
9. MDCN/011/A/2013 Dr. URANG Otuwouja Ogotute
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10. MDCN/012/A/2013 Dr. OLARINDE Oluremi
11. MDCN/013/A/2013 Dr. MAGBAGBEOLA Olaitan Olubunmi
12. MDCN/014/A/2013 Dr. OWASEYE Olubanke Emily
13. MDCN/016/A/2013 Dr. SIMIRE Hannah Aileselebua
14. MDCN/017/A/2013 Dr. SANNI Morayo Habeebah
15. MDCN/018/A/2013 Dr. OLUSANYA-DAVID Ayorinde
16. MDCN/020/A/2013 Dr. AHANONU Joy Chizobam
17. MDCN/021/A/2013 Dr. UGABI Simon Ntimfam
18. MDCN/022/A/2013 Dr. ELESA Bitrus Evelyn
19. MDCN/024/A/2013 Dr. ABODE Imoukhuede David
20. MDCN/025/A/2013 Dr. BAKARE Nimota
21. MDCN/026/A/2013 Dr. ADEOLA Fumio Adeyinka
22. MDCN/030/A/2013 Dr. BORIOWO Oluwatosin Yetunde
23. MDCN/031/A/2013 Dr. NZURIKE Amarachi Hope
24. MDCN/032/A/2013 Dr. JULIUS Gil Ibrahim
25. MDCN/033/A/2013 Dr. OBILOR Dorothy Nnenna
26. MDCN/034/A/2013 Dr. AYI Elaunire
27. MDCN/037/A/2013 Dr. ADENIYI Racheal Adetomilola
28. MDCN/038/A/2013 Dr. ABDULKAREEM Ubaydatulla Omoshalewa
29. MDCN/039/A/2013 Dr. OLABOOPO Khadijat Jumoke
30. MDCN/040/A/2013 Dr. BABANGIDA Usman
31. MDCN/041/A/2013 Dr. ADESIYUN Sunday Opeyemi
32. MDCN/042/A/2013 Dr. OLANIYI Adeola
33. MDCN/043/A/2013 Dr. OGUNLEYE Oluyemisi Laitan
34. MDCN/044/A/2013 Dr. POPOOLA Taiwo Adenike
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35. MDCN/045/A/2013 Dr. ATTA Aishatu Utseoritselaju
36. MDCN/046/A/2013 Dr. OLAGBENDE Adegboyega
37. MDCN/047/A/2013 Dr. MOHAMMED Lawal Hassan
38. MDCN/048/A/2013 Dr. IBRAHIM Maryam Sarki
39. MDCN/050/A/2013 Dr. ORIANWO Princewill Chibuikem
40. MDCN/051/A/2013 Dr. AKINWUMI Funmilayo Yemisi
41. MDCN/052/A/2013 Dr. MBAMARA Jeremiah Chidera
42. MDCN/053/A/2013 Dr. OGUNLANA Olawale Tokunbo
43. MDCN/054/A/2013 Dr. OKORO Chidinma Lilian
44. MDCN/055/A/2013 Dr. FUNMILAYO Feyikemi Anthony
45. MDCN/056/A/2013 Dr. OMIDIJI Sunmisola
46. MDCN/057/A/2013 Dr. AJELABI Afolabi Babakayode
47. MDCN/058/A/2013 Dr. YAHAYA Hassan Isa
48. MDCN/059/A/2013 Dr. ADEWALE Babatunde Adedokun
49. MDCN/060/A/2013 Dr. MICHAEL Chioma Ijeoma
50. MDCN/061/A/2013 Dr. NWOGWUGWU Chidinma Veronica
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371. MDCN/415/A/2013 Dr. BABALOLA, Ayodeji Matthew
372. MDCN/416/A/2013 Dr. OGUNYEMI, Kehinde Olabosipo
373. MDCN/417/A/2013 Dr. HASSAN, Madina Bala
374. MDCN/419/A/2013 Dr. OLULEYE, Olaide Oluwakemi
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ii) DENTISTRY
375. MDCN/420/A/2013 Dr. NJOKU, Irene Eghonghon
376. MDCN/421/A/2013 Dr. OGUNDIPE, Olawale Abimbola
377. MDCN/422/A/2013 Dr. OBIECHETON, Kenneth Omoin-Aredim
378. MDCN/423/A/2013 Dr. EDEM, Bassey Bassey
379. MDCN/424/A/2013 Dr. OKAFOR, Uchenna Innocent
380. MDCN/425/A/2013 Dr. IBRAHIM, Madina Abubakar
381. MDCN/428/A/2013 Dr. OKAFOR, James Kelechi
382. MDCN/429/A/2013 Dr. YUSUFU, Karima
383. MDCN/430/A/2013 Dr. URUAWUIKE, Joshua Chukwuemeka
384. MDCN/432/A/2013 Dr. EMOGHENE, Yvonne Ejaeta
385. MDCN/433/A/2013 Dr. MOHAMMED BUNZA, Usman
386. MDCN/434/A/2013
Dr. ALABI, Mary Oludoyin
387. MDCN/435/A/2013 Dr. OHACHENU, Chidinma Peace
388. MDCN/439/A/2013 Dr. ODUAH, Stella Onyinye
389. MDCN/440/A/2013 Dr. OKORO, Peace Ngozi
390. MDCN/441/A/2013 Dr. OKOROAFOR, Nnnenna
391. MDCN/442/A/2013 Dr. ACHIMALO, Nwando Onyinye
392. MDCN/443/A/2013 Dr. NKPADO, Onyema Elvis
S/N E X A M N O N A M E S
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MDCN/001/AD/2013 Dr. OKOYE, Uchenna Okenwa
2 MDCN/002/AD/2013 Dr. SHAH, Kinjal
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An INDUCTION CEREMONY will be conducted for the successful candidates
on Tuesday 23rd April, 2013 by 10.00 am at the National University
Commission (NUC) Auditorium, Plot 430, Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Aja
Nwachukwu House Maitama, Abuja.
All candidates who desire to be inducted on that day MUST report to the
Registration Officer at the Registration Department for guidance on the
requirements to be fulfilled in order to participate in the ceremony. This must
be done before the induction day.
NOTE
Doctors must appear neatly and properly dressed on the swearing-in day.
Improper dressing will not be entertained.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Dr. A. A. Ibrahim, mni.
Registrar,

Fatal Accident In Simferopol,Ukraine Claims Life Of 1 Nigerian Student,3 Others Injured

                        Attention!  Detailed photos of fatal accidents involving foreigners in the Crimea.  PHOTOS
                        Attention!  Detailed photos of fatal accidents involving foreigners in the Crimea.  PHOTOS
                        Attention!  Detailed photos of fatal accidents involving foreigners in the Crimea.  PHOTOS

        Early Sunday morning,7th Of April,at Orlovka Narkhimov District,a Toyota Camry Car with foreign students,including Nigerians fell into a small river.The accident was said to have been caused by over speeding of the driver at the sharp bend,which led to the car swerving off the road and into the water.At the time of this report,1 of the passengers was said to be in a coma and a passenger died on the spot.The rest have been hospitalized with injuries of varying degrees.Their names have not been fully ascertained.Further investigation is being carried out into the cause of the fatal crash.

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Friday, April 5, 2013

Video:Yvonne Nelson - "My Oga At The Top" ft.John Dumelo,Majid Micheal

                    
                                                 My oga......Watch...😂
                                                                  Apr 2, 2013| Source: Keek.com

Must Watch!!:Leaked Video:An African Woman Having Sex In The Bush With Another Man Whilst Carrying Her Baby

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It seems it gets worse everyday that passes,not like she is not free to have sex,but in the presence of a child is the highest form of child abuse.Readers please kindly identify the language she was speaking.
              

Monday, April 1, 2013

Exclusive: Jimi1 - Hypertension

                     
        Victoria Oyiya Records Presents Jimi1's New single titled Hypertension.It officially drops today 01-04-2013.It is the 5th single off his promo album.The song is a jam in every sense of it.This song is for lovers,for steppers,this song is for happy people,this song is for people that believe in the good life.
         Jimi1 was born and raised in Port harcourt,Nigeria to a father of Igbo extraction.His mother hails from Bonny,from the Bristol-Alaghbariya Royal House.He is an avid lover of Reggae.Ragga,R n B and the likes.His major influences Over the years include Boyz II Men,Brian Mcknight,Rick Ross,Drake,Babyface,Jonathan Butler,Bob James,Bob Marley,2 face,Bobby Valentino,Cardinal Jim Rex lawson,Victor Olaiya,Craig David,Smokie Norful,Shabba Ranks etc.Jimi1 is also soon to bag a medical degree.
        "Hypertension" describes the heart racing everybody who has ever been in love feels,whenever the one you love is near,it is a feeling we all can relate to,its more than the feeling of "butterflies in the tummy",its that heart beating fast in expectation.
         Jimi1 in no means is slowing down ,and is going to be dropping more singles soonest.Please Like,Download,share and support the #intellectual music movement.God bless Y'all!!.Peace.


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