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Friday, April 14, 2017

2017/2018 WAEC English Language Answer


Here is the 2017/2018 WAEC English Language Answers.


OBJ
1-10:  ACCABBCDBA
11-20: DCACCCDBCC
21-30: AACDABDCBD
31-40: BADBBDCBDB
41-50: CCADABBDBA
51-60: BADDAAACCC
61-70: BAACCDDDCD
71-80: ACBDADBCAC




6a) They went to play football

6b) They went to hunt fr crabs which they sold for money

6c). They were carried away by their activities

6d). He left behind all his catch he was forced by his parent

6e). His Mather either floges him or reprimand him

6f)
i)metaphor
ii)he had caused trouble for which he would be punished

6g).
i) Adverbial clause
ii) modifies the verb scream

6h).
i). Deter _prevent
ii). Preserved _work
iii). Augment _ add to
iv). Ventured _ went
v). Concerned _ worried


7a).
i)they waste valuable time which they should have used to study
ii)it corrupts their minds and makes them immoral
iii)it makes them become criminals

7b)
i)parent should train their children well
ii)teachers should ensure that the children get the right skills and attitudes iii)the community should instill in the youth,their customs and values through role modelling.


SUMMARY:
1).
They waste valuable time which they should have used to study.

2). It corrupts their minds and makes them immoral.

3). It makes them become criminals


1b).
 parent should train their children well

teachers should ensure that the children get the right skills and attitudes

the community should instill in the youth,their customs and values through role modelling.



LETTER WRITING ANSWER:
2).
We are now in a situation in our nation Nigeria, that the price of every single is rising up, which is affecting the majority (The average and poor) of the masses in the country. Every single person in this nation is feeling the impact of the newadministration CHANGE, that majority of the masses voted for.

My write up is not to criticize the past or present administration which most people do, but to list out the major PROBLEMS and SOLUTIONS that can be of help to the present administration and to the masses of the Nation.

I will first by, state the Major Problems faced in the nation and followed by the Solutions that can be applied to solve the problems facing our nation, which are as stated;

-BAD ECONOMY: As we all know the economy of our nation is bad at the present moment, which we all pray for it to get better and we are the only ones that can make it better by cooperating together, but have we ever considered knowing the reasons that our economy is bad? Many of us will say it’s due to Corruption, which i agree with it and also disagree with it a little; you may want to ask why? It’s because we haven’t really checked the sources of the things that are leading to the crumbling down of our economy and we need to tackle them from their sources, which are as follows;

1) VANDALIZATION OF OIL PIPE LINES: We can’t Judge what is happening in this region of our nation if we listen to one side of the coin without listening to the other side of the coin and that is what most people do. The bombing of the oil pipe lines is one of the things affecting the economy of Nigeria because Nigeria depend mostly on a SINGLE STREAM OF INCOME and if the bombing of oil pipe lines continues to happens, it will keep affecting our economy as oil is our major source of income, which is also used for different things in the country.

COMPLAINING AND WAITING FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO PROVIDE THE SOLUTIONS TO YOUR PROBLEMS: Most of the citizens of Nigeria are mostly fond of complaining and blaming the Government of almost every single negative thing that happens in their lives, which just shows signs of lack of thinking of that individual and not rising up against the challenges of his/her life instead of blaming the government always andpeople around you for what is happening to you.

The following are the solutions of which I think can be used to tackle the problems of the Nation.

1)
RESOLVING THE ISSUE OF VANDALIZATION OF OIL PIPE LINES:
I will start by making statement ”We can’t solve an issue by killing one another, because it only leaves the issue unsolved and our coming generation will inherit the issue and keep killing one another” The vandalization of oil pipe lines won’t resolve the issue neither the deployment of soldiers there will solve the issue; instead the government should know the main reasons while this group of people are doing what they are doing. I heard the reason for vandalizing these oil pipe lines was because the people in that region where suffering from many things. Amnesty programme won’t solve the issue, instead the government should
teach these people how to catch fish not how to eat fish by providing them with basic social amenities that these people need, such as; Standard Education, Good Roads, Empowerment Training etc. because there are people there with great ideas and potentials, who need education (knowledge) to develop these ideas into reality and peace will reign in that region and our economy will become strong again, since the nation depends majorly on Oil as its source of income.

2) DIVERSIFICATION OF ECONOMY: A rich man doesn’t have one single stream of income he/she has up to or more than 7 streams of income. We can check the lives of the rich people in our nation, they have numerous sources of income and that’s what the Government needs to start doing, instead of depending on one stream of income. Our government need to start thing big and wide like the way rich men do their businesses. We have natural resources all over
the country in abundance and great citizens with great ideas that the government and capable people can invest in these people with great ideas the resources we have, which will begin to develop Jobs for the people of the nation and also boast the economy.


*:AT LAST I ARRIVED SAFELY:*
Life is full of unexpected surprises. There are many opportunities when one can secretly wish for something exciting to happen – something out of the ordinary. The real surprise is when the wish unexpectedly comes true. I never believed that something like this could ever happen to me; such a thing that would make me stop and look back at the events in awe. I think you would agree that something as simple as being lost in the forest for less than ten minutes should have no influence on my life. If you do agree, that makes both of us wrong.

Throughout my childhood, I loved the wild. My family and I would always go for a walk in the downtown forest of Coote’s Paradise. There were many times I thought of what could happen if we were to lose our way from the trail and have to live off of the land until we found our way back to civilization. I thought it would be the greatest experience ever.

As my brothers and I grew older, we continued to go for these walks with our parents but the dreams of living in the forest I soon forgot. That’s when it happened. We decided to take a different path off the main trail. Before I knew it, the path had disappeared and no one in my family could tell where we had come from. It was so unexpected. It gave me a feeling of excitement that can’t be described. Everything in the forest seemed different. The trees were a deeper shade of green. The birds chirped in a different tone. Vines covered almost every inch of the ground. One part of me never wanted this moment to end. I felt completely free from the stress of my life outside of the woods. It was this moment that I realized that I would much rather stay here for the rest of my life than go back to society.

I think that another reason that I felt carefree was because my parents didn’t panic. They took the situation under control and headed for any open area in hopes to find a map (many of these maps were found throughout the grounds, telling you where you were). From my point of view, at the time, it seemed as if they were excited as I was about losing our way. In the end, it only took my parents ten minutes to find such a map and we were back on the trail in no time.

An experience like this made me think about my place in life. I’m the type who loves seeking out adventures. When we were lost, I realized that I had everything I would ever need with me – my family. They’ve always supported me in everything I do. This experience made me realize that families need to stick together; you don’t realize how much you need them until, for a moment, you think they’ll be the last people you see for the rest of your life.

It’s incredible how much a simple thing like being lost in a forest for ten minutes will affect your outlook on life. Things like not being able to find your way back to where you came from make you appreciate the little things in life.

Looking back on the day, I realize now that it was fate. Moments like that are few and far between and should be taken as a lesson. Surprises like this were, and always will be, an unexpected gift for all.



*:AT LAST I ARRIVED SAFELY:*
Life is full of unexpected surprises. There are many opportunities when one can secretly wish for something exciting to happen – something out of the ordinary. The real surprise is when the wish unexpectedly comes true. I never believed that something like this could ever happen to me; such a thing that would make me stop and look back at the events in awe. I think you would agree that something as simple as being lost in the forest for less than ten minutes should have no influence on my life. If you do agree, that makes both of us wrong.

Throughout my childhood, I loved the wild. My family and I would always go for a walk in the downtown forest of Coote’s Paradise. There were many times I thought of what could happen if we were to lose our way from the trail and have to live off of the land until we found our way back to civilization. I thought it would be the greatest experience ever.

As my brothers and I grew older, we continued to go for these walks with our parents but the dreams of living in the forest I soon forgot. That’s when it happened. We decided to take a different path off the main trail. Before I knew it, the path had disappeared and no one in my family could tell where we had come from. It was so unexpected. It gave me a feeling of excitement that can’t be described. Everything in the forest seemed different. The trees were a deeper shade of green. The birds chirped in a different tone. Vines covered almost every inch of the ground. One part of me never wanted this moment to end. I felt completely free from the stress of my life outside of the woods. It was this moment that I realized that I would much rather stay here for the rest of my life than go back to society.

I think that another reason that I felt carefree was because my parents didn’t panic. They took the situation under control and headed for any open area in hopes to find a map (many of these maps were found throughout the grounds, telling you where you were). From my point of view, at the time, it seemed as if they were excited as I was about losing our way. In the end, it only took my parents ten minutes to find such a map and we were back on the trail in no time.

An experience like this made me think about my place in life. I’m the type who loves seeking out adventures. When we were lost, I realized that I had everything I would ever need with me – my family. They’ve always supported me in everything I do. This experience made me realize that families need to stick together; you don’t realize how much you need them until, for a moment, you think they’ll be the last people you see for the rest of your life.

It’s incredible how much a simple thing like being lost in a forest for ten minutes will affect your outlook on life. Things like not being able to find your way back to where you came from make you appreciate the little things in life. Looking back on the day, I realize now that it was fate. Moments like that are few and far between and should be taken as a lesson. Surprises like this were, and always will be, an unexpected gift for all.



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According to Jumia Travel, phone users should cut down on the hours they spend on social media like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, for their own good. Here's why.

Checking/updating every second
You have become so attached to Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat that you are checking and updating them every second. The day you don’t access your accounts because you don’t have data, you become hysterical and irrational. It is not a matter of life and death.

Bragging about likes, followers and comments
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Posting without thinking
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Dressing and making up just because you want to share picture on Instagram
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Staying up late
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Seeking social media validation
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1) National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP)

Barrister Julie Okah-Donli – Director-General.

2) National Centre for Women Development (NCWD)

Barrister Mary Ikpere-Eta – Director-General.

3) Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF)

Bayo Somefun – Managing Director

Tijani Suleiman – Executive Director

Mr. Jasper Azuatalam – Executive Director

Kemi Nelson – Executive Director.

4) Federal Mortgage Bank (FMB)

Arc. Ahmed Dangiwa – Managing Director
Melvin Eboh – Executive Director (Org. Resourcing)

Hajiya Rahimatu Aliyu – Executive Director (Loans Department, Securities Issuance and Market Development)

Umaru Abdullahi Dankane – Executive Director (Policy and Strategy Loans Set-Up and Pay Off).

5) Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE)

Alex Okoh – Director General.

6) Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA)

Abdulkadir Saidu Umar – Executive Secretary.

7) National Park Service (NPS)

Ibrahim Musa Goni – Conservator-General/Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

8) Service Compact (SERVICOM)

Nnenna A. Akajemeli – National Coordinator/CEO.

9) National Directorate of Employment (NDE)

Dr. Nasiru Mohammed Ladan – Director General.

10) Michael Imoudu National Institute for Labour Studies (MINILS)

Saliu Dada Alabi – Director General.

11) National Research Institute for Chemical Technology

Professor Jef. T. Barminas – Director General.

12) Nigeria Institute for Social and Economic Research (NISER)

Dr. Haruna Yerima – Director General.

13) Nigeria Insurance Commission (NAICOM)

Sunday Thomas – Deputy Commissioner.

14) Consumer Protection Council

Tunde Erukera – Executive Secretary.

15) Federal Character Commission

Barr. Mohammed Bello Tukur – Secretary.

16) National Pension Commission (PENCOM)
Dikko Aliyu Abdulrahman – Director-General (Subject to Senate Confirmation)

Funso Doherty – Chairman

Akin Akinwale – Executive Commissioner

Abubakar Zaki Magawata – Executive Commissioner

Ben Oviosun – Executive Commissioner

Nyerere Ayim – Executive Commissioner.

17) Federal Capital Development Authority

Engr. Umar Gambo Jibrin – Executive Secretary.

18) Nigeria Agriculture Insurance Corporation

Mrs. Folashade Joseph – Managing Director.

19) Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)

Cecilia Umaru Gaya, mni – Director General.

20) Lagos International Trade Fair Management Board

Mrs. Luci Ajayi – Executive Secretary.

21) Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority.

Barrister Emmanuel Jimme – Managing Director.

22) Nigeria Lottery Regulatory Commission

Lanre Gbajabiamila – Director General.

23) Nigeria Automotive Design and Development Council

Jalani Aliyu – Director General.
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Thursday, April 13, 2017

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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

2017/2018 WAEC Government Answers


Here is the 2017/2018 WAEC Government Answers.

OBJ
1-10: ABCAACBDCA
11-20: CBAACCBCAB
21-30: BBABDDBDAB
31-40: CCDBCDADBA
41-50: DBDCACDDAB



1a) Legitimate government is the givernment  in which democracy provides properly planned institutions, practices for its functioning such as free and fair elections, and transparency in decision making.

1b)
i) Good leadership
ii) Good Government
iii) free and fair elections
iv) wide spread  political participation.


4a)
simple Majority system is a system of voting requirement of more than
half of all ballots cast

4b)
i) Representatives can get elected with small amounts of public support, as the size of the winning margin is irrelevant:
ii) It encourages tactical voting, as voters often vote not for the candidate they most prefer, but against the candidate they most dislike.
iii) It is regarded as wasteful, as votes cast in a constituency for losing candidates, or for the winning candidate above the level they need to win that seat, count for nothing.
iv) It can severely restrict voter choice. Parties are not homogenous and do not speak with one unified voice. Parties are more coalitions of many different viewpoints.


9a)
foreign policy Plan of action adopted by one nation in regards to its diplomatic dealings with other countries. Foreign policies are established as a systematic way to deal with issues that may arise with other countries.

9b)
i)Size.
In the first place the size of a state's territory as well as it’s population greatly influences its foreign policy.
ii)Geography.
The geography of a country, including its fertility, climate, location in relation to their land masses, and water-ways etc. also influence the country's foreign policy.
iii)Culture and History.
The cultural and historical traditions of a country also deeply influence the foreign policy.
iv)Economic Development.
The stage of economic development which a country has attained also has its impact on its foreign policy.


(5)
i)provision of capital.
ii)employment of qualified personnel
iii)improved conditions of service
iv)political autonomy
v)probity and accountabily


10i)
nigera played a central role in ecowas efforts to end the civil war in liberia

10ii)
nigeria has taken lead in articulating the veiws of developing nations on the need for modification of the existing international economic order

10iii)
nigeria contributed bulk of ECOWAS peacekeeping forces

10iv)
nigeria also founded regional cooperative efforts in west africa functioning as a standard bearor for ECOMOG and ECOWAS economic and military

10v)
nigeria played a role financially to the smooth organization of ECOWAS


2a)
Rights can be defined as those inalienable (natural) rights and privileges enjoyed by the citizens of a given state, which are usually stated in the constitution of the country.

2b)
i) The level of economic and social conditions of people also affects the enjoyment of the right
ii) The breach by a person as adjudge by a court of law may restrict the right and liberties
iii) If the health of an individual will threaten the whole society he may be restricted to an area(hospital)
iv) Person with disabilities may be confired for their own advantage and the good society



3a)
DE JURE ONE-PARTY SYSTEM:
only one political party is legally and constitutionally allowed to operate.

While DE FACTO ONE-PARTY SYSTEM:
It exists where there is no legal or constitutional prohibition on other parties to exist rather the competing political parties are gradually eliminated from functioning through the electoral processes.

3b)
i) Ensures a peaceful change of power: An advantage of a multi-party system
is that it allows for a peaceful change of
government.
ii) It Caters for the minority: Since there are so many parties are formed in a multi-party system, the chances are that many parties would exist to choose from.
iii) It Allows for opposition: Another advantage of the operation of a multi-party system is that it allows opposition parties to exist.
iv) The existence of many political parties allows for people to join those parties and as they do so they engage in political activism, thereby allowing the scope of political participation is enlarged.


6)
i) They checked the excess of the king makers In the area of dethronement of an oba.
ii) They perform rituals on behalf of the kingdom
iii) They mediated between the oba and the kingmakers whenever there was a disagreement.
iv) They serve as link between the people and the ancestors
v) The society possess some judicial powers and was involved in policy making.



7a)
Crown Colony can be described as the system of administration that was adopted by the British in the administration of their overseas territories.

7b)
i) Approval of new constitutions:
For a new constitution to be drafted and implemented in the colonies, the secretary of state m!ust have given his approval.

ii) Received petitions:
The Secretary of State received the complaints and petitions from the local people.

iii) Supervision of Governors;
It was the duty of the Secretary of State to supervise the work of the Governors who resided in the British colonies.

iv) Approval of annual budget;
The budgets for the colonies were prepared by the Executive Councils of the colonies, but before the budget could be implemented, it had to be approved by the Secretary of State for the colonies.



8)
i) Herbert macaulary was the father of nationalism due to his various contribution to the establishment of the first political part- NNDD
ii) He also established the first newspaper which helps to disseminate information of the political party there by fastering political development
iii) He plays a pirotal role in the eventual indenpendence of nigeria through his struggle and deactivities for political liberation
iv) He founded the first nationalist political party that called for independence - NCNC and the first secretary was nnamdi azikwe
v) He laid the foundation for political framewwork that attaimed nigeria independence.



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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The Abductors of Olu Falae Have Been Sentenced To Life Imprisonment (See Photos)


An Ondo State High Court, sitting in Akure, on Tuesday, sentenced to life imprisonment 7 men, who kidnapped a former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Chief Olu Falae.

The seven men, who were Fulani herdsmen, were found guilty of kidnapping the elder statesman on his farm in Ilado Village, Akure North area of the state in September, 2015.

The names of the convicts are;

Abubakar Auta, Bello Jannu, Umaru Ibrahim, Masahudu Muhammed, Idris Lawal, Abdulkadir Umar and Babawo Kato.

They were initially arraigned on five counts of kidnapping, abducting, aiding, abetting, kidnapping, conspiracy and armed robbery.

Falae, a former Minister for Finance, spent three days in the den of the kidnappers while a sum of N5m was reportedly paid as ransom to the hoodlums to secure his release.

In his judgment, the trial judge, Justice Williams Olamide held that the seven accused persons were guilty of the kidnapping charges brought against them by the Ondo State Government.

He said the recovered ransom, call logs, identification of the suspects by Falae himself indicted the accused persons for complicity in the crime.

The judge said, “Having listened to both counsel, it has been proved beyond reasonable doubt that they (accused persons) committed the offence with the evidence tendered before me.

“Besides, during the hearing, the victim was able to identify three of them and that the ransom was paid to them. I hereby sentence all of them to life imprisonment.”

He, however, discharged them of two of the charges of conspiracy and armed robbery.
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Nigeria President's Daughter, Zahra Buhari Poses With Massive Fruits Harvested From Her Father's Farm In Daura (See Photos)


Zahra Buhari shared photos of these massive fruits harvested from her father, President Buhari's farm in Daura, Kastina state. She captioned it;

"straight from Daddy's Farm #DauraFarm #Daura #massive #melon#watermelon"..



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MYSTERY: Lagos Matron Got Missing After She Calls Her Daughter


Family of a 58yrs old matron, Mrs. Winnifred Alofoje, are afraid she may have been abducted after she went missing since last Friday.

Efforts to reach her on her phone were said to have proved abortive, as the line was switched off.

Winnifred, a matron at Blue Sky Hospital, Egbeda, Lagos, was said to have left her house in Hand of Fire City, Igando, at about 9am, for Nurse and Midwifery Council in Yaba to renew her medical licence.

However, her name was said to be missing in a register for people who visited the centre for licences on that day.

At about 12pm that Friday, Winnifred had reportedly called her ailing daughter on the telephone to know how she was faring.

The woman’s son, Itua Alofoye, told Punch that he was notified about her disappearance at night when his father and sister did not hear from her.

Itua said he visited the centre on Saturday, but could not verify whether she got to the place.

He said further efforts to locate her had been futile, adding that she might have been abducted.

He said, “She works with Blue Sky Hospital in Egbeda. Her medical licence expired and she went to the centre to renew it. My sister, Onor, said she spoke with her around 12.45pm on Friday. She just asked about her (Onor’s) health. Since then, her line has been switched off.

“I went to the centre on Saturday, but was unable to meet with any official. I went back today (Monday; they checked the register to know whether she actually came to the centre. Her name was not in the register.

“The family moved into Igando on Wednesday, but I don’t live with them. We learnt there was an accident in the Maryland area on Friday, and we were told to go to the Gbagada General Hospital. But she was not there. We also went to the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi Araba, and the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja.

“We reported at the Igando Police Station and the police collected all her details.

She has been practising as a nurse for over 30 years now. Nobody has contacted us about her whereabouts, but I have a feeling she was abducted.”

The Chief Medical Director, Blue Sky Hospital, Dr Femi Olofinshawo, said the matron had gone to the centre for the licence renewal the previous week but could not obtain it due to insufficient funds.

He said, “I was told on Saturday morning that she was missing and I advised her family to check some hospitals because I learnt there was an accident in Maryland.

“She didn’t come to work at all. She took permission to go to renew her licence and the permission was granted. She was not supposed to spend more than five minutes at the centre because she had already filled the necessary forms the first time she went there. She was supposed to make the payment and get the licence.”

We hope the police in Lagos will get on top of the situation.
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CAN Says There Were Plans To Assassinate Ayo Oritsejafor But Were All Foiled By God


Chairman of the Christain Association of Nigeria CAN, South-South chapter, Archbishop God-do-well Avwomakpa, says that there were plans to assassinate former CAN president, Ayo Oritsejafor during his tenure which ended July last year, but God foiled all of them.


Avwomakpa said this while delivering a sermon at an Interdenominational thanksgiving service in Warri, Delta state organized by CAN, South-South to honour Oritsejafor, last week.

“The black race and the indeed the entire body of Christ is blessed to have Papa Ayo Oritsejafor. For those of you that were not close to him, let me tell you that there were monies paid to kill him. There were those who fasted and prayed until he died, but he was carrying the spirit-of-not-die. I want to give him the name today, Eghwubare (meaning when you send missiles to a man and he refuses to die)"he said
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Motorists Been Sent to Jail In Lagos Over Buying of Goods In Traffic


Person no go fit buy something chop for traffic again? Lagos na wa!

Officials of Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Corps Agency (LASECORPS) have arrested six motorists at the Ikeja Along end of the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway for allegedly buying goods in the traffic.

Their vehicles; Honda Accent, Hiace, Toyota Hilux, Toyota Sienna, taxi cab and commercial bus, were also impounded by the agency.

According to Punch, 4 passengers and 9 hawkers were also apprehended during the operation, said to have been carried out on Thursday.

They were accused of breaching environmental law and brought before a magistrate, Olayiwola Ogundare of Ogba Magistrate’s Court, who sentenced them to three months’ imprisonment each.

Ogundare, however, gave the accused an option of N10,000 fine each, adding that each of the motorists should pay additional N20,000 fine into the state coffers.

The Head of Public Affairs Unit for LASECORPS, Rahmat Alabi, said the arrest was in line with the Environmental Sanitation Law, 2015.

She said the Corps Marshal of the agency, CSP Bola Jimoh (retd.), stated that LASECORPS was determined to fight the menace of highway hawking.

“The corps marshal believes that the enforcement of the Environmental Sanitation Law, 2015 that makes both buyers and sellers liable, will send the expected signal and halt the prevalence of the illegal highway hawking and street trading in the metropolis. If there are no buyers, there will be no sellers,” she said.
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Photos From The 60th Birthday Celebration of Billionaire Alinko Dangote




We bring you pics from the 60th birthday party of billionaire businessman and Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote. He also got lovely birthday cakes from his staff.



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Wow!, Take a look at This Beautiful Birthday Cake of Aliko Dangote


This colorful and creative cake was made for The billionaire businessman who celebrated his birthday yesterday.

Photo credit: Dangote Group.
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[MUSIC] Wizzy Frenzy Ft. Dot6ix - Eruku

Wizzy Frenzy Ft. Dot6ix - Eruku

The Stubborn rapper, Wizzy Frenzy enlists Dot6ix on this new record tagged ERUKU. The song was produced by fast rising music producer, RexRain. This one is a hit, make sure you ON your AC before you Listen.

Download and Enjoy!.

[DOWNLOAD MUSIC] Wizzy Frenzy Ft. Dot6ix - Eruku

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[MUSIC] Dammy White - Very Very Grateful



Dammy White, a talented Gospel artist came up with this lovely single titled VERY VERY GRATEFUL. With a touch of soul at the beginning and a switch to Afro beat. Listen, enjoy it and be blessed

To contact Dammy White;
Tell: 07064200815
Twitter and IG: @itsdammywhite
Facebook page: @dammywhite001

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2017/2028 WAEC Chemistry Answers


Here is the 2017/2018 WAEC Chemistry Answers.



3i)
lime juice is acidic in nature and the colour of methyl orange in acidic medium is red

3ii)
Iron(iii)chloride will be reduced to iro(ii) with yellow deposit of sulphur

3iii)
The color of KM2O4 is decolorized because SO2(g) acts as a reducing agent.

3iv)
Addition of ethanoic acid to KCO3 results to the liberation of a colorless and odorless gas CO2 which turns lime water milky


2a)
Tabulate
Test
(i)Fn + H2O, then filter
Observation
White residue and blue filtrate was observed
Inference
Fn is a mixture of soluble and insoluble salts
Test
(ii)Filtrate + NaOH(aq) in drops, then in excess
Observation
A blue gelatinous precipitate which is insoluble in excess NaOH(aq) was formed
Inference
Cu2 + present
Test
(iii)Filtrate + NH3(aq) in drops, then in excess
Observation
A pale blue gelatinous precipitate was formed. The precipitate dissolves or is soluble in excess NH3(aq) to give a deep blue solution
Inference
Cu2+ confirmed
Test
(iv)Filtrate + dil.HNO3 +AgNO3(aq)
Observation
No visible reaction White precipitate formed
Inference
Cl- present
Test
+NH3(aq) in excess
Observation
Precipitate dissolved in excess NH3(aq)
Inference
Cl- confirmed

2bi)First portion of residue +NaOH(aq) in drops, then in excess
Observation
White powdery precipitate which is insoluble in excess NaOH(aq)
Inference
Ca2+ present
Test

2bii)Second portion of residue + dil.HCl
Observation
Effervescence/bubbles; colourless, odourless gas evolved.
Gas turns lime water milky and turns damp blue litmus paper red.
Inference
Gas is CO2
CO3^2- or HCO3- present


1)
Tabulate
Burette reading|Final burette reading(cm^3)|Initial burette reading (cm^3)| Volume of acid used(cm^3)|
Rough- 24.10,0.00,24.10
First- 23.80, 0.00, 23.80
Second- 23.75, 0.00, 23.70
Third- 23.75, 0.00, 23.75
Average volume of A used = 23.80 + 23.70 + 23.75cm^3/3
=23.75cm^3

1bi)
CAVA/CcVc=2/1
Cc=CAVA/2VC
=0.100*23.75Moldm^-3/2*25.00
=0.0475moldm^-3
amount of A used = 0.100x VA/1000=0.100*23.75/1000 =0.00237
2moles Of A = 1mole of C
0.002375mol of A = 0.002375mol/2
100cm^3 of C contain 0.00237*100mol/2*25 =0
1000cm3ofCcontained0.002375x1000mol
2×25
=0.0475mol
concentration of C in moldm-3 =0.0475moldm-3

1bii)
Molar mass of Bing mol-1:
Molar mass of Na2CO3.yH2O=mass concentration of Bingdm-3
molar concentration of Binmoldm-3
=13.6gdm-3
0.0475moldm-3
=286gmol-1

1biii)
Molar mass of Na2CO3 =[(2×23)+12+(16×3)]=106gmol-1
Mass of anhydrous Na2CO3=106×0.0475gdm-3
=5.035gdm-3
Mass of water=13.6-5.035gdm-3
=8.565gdm-3
Mass of Na2CO3 =Molar mass of Na2CO3
Mass of water y×Molar mass of water
5.035=106
8.565 18y
y =106×8.565
5.035×18
=10




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2017/2018 WAEC Geography Answers



Here is the 2017/2018 WAEC Geography Answers.


4a)
i)Rarely has fossils
ii)React with acid
iii)have alternate bands of light and dark minerals

4b)
i)formed through the action of heat and pressure
ii)formed from clay
iii)formed from limestone

4c)
i)rocks are source of minerals eg gold,silver,petroleum etc
ii)rocks are source of materials for construction
iii)rocks serves as raw materials for industry eg cement industry



3a)
Erosion is the process of eroding or being eroded by wind, water, or other natural agents. While Mass movement is the movement of surface material caused by gravity.

3b)
i)runing water
ii)winds
iii)waves
vi)glaciers

3c)
i)Water
-rainwater acts as a lubricant to weathered materials.
ii)Vegetation
-lack of vegetation cover to hold the
loose particles.
iii)Rock structure
-joints dipping downslope usually assists landslides, rockfalls, rockslide, rock creep.


7a)
i)Agricultural Pollution
ii)Oil Pollution.
iii)Radioactive Substances polution
iv)River dumping pollution
v)Marine Dumping pollution

7b)
i)A regular qualitative and quantitative monitoring of fresh water resources.
ii)Construct proper sanitary landfill
sites.
iii)Investigate ground water quality.
iv)Provide government help for waste management by industries.
v)Throw refuse into garbage cans. Visitors who throw garbage into pools, lakes, ponds, and even along the beaches pollute recreational sites on a daily basis.


1a)
Scale 1:25,000

1b)
i)it has few social amenities
ii)it is a feature of rural settlements
iii)they are only motivate in primary activities like farming lumbering fisht etc

1bii)
i)water transport

1c)
i)dentritic pattern


6a)Soil can be defined as the organic and inorganic materials
on the surface of the earth that provide the medium for plant
growth.

6bii Clay soils with 25-40% clay
These soils have a good ability to transport water by
capillary action from deep layers but the rate is slow, so plant
water requirements are not met through capillary water.


2 These soils are darker in colour and soil aggregation is more
distinct

a) *Causes of Desert Encroachment*
1. Human activities: such activities such as over-grazing, over-
cultivation, bush burning, and excessive cutting of firewood
greatly reduce the vegetative cover and expose the land to
drought and desertification. Examples of areas with desert
encroachment are the Sahelian zones of Nest Africa, Ethiopia,
Somalia and Sudan.
2. Change in Weather: The frequent and prolonged dry
weather increases the aridity of affected areas.
3. The southward movement of the dry sub-tropical high
pressure belt results in severe drought in semi-arid regions.

b) *Effects of Desert Encroachment*
1. Large scale disruption of socio-economic life arising from
crop failure and shortage of water and pasture for livestock.
2. Widespread malnutrition and diseases such as kwashiokor
and marasmus.
3. Migration of people from drought areas to more humid
areas.
4. Large refugee population, that are made up of victims of
drought and social insecurity in the semi-arid areas.
5. Disruption of ecological balance and loss of vegetation, soil
and water resources.

c) *Preventive Measures of Desert Encroachment*
1. Conservation of existing vegetation through legislation
against indiscriminate exploitation and felling of forests and
trees.
2. Legislation and strong control against bush burning.
3. Improved grazing practices.
4. Establishment of shelter belts to protect the soil and arrest
the effect of desertification.
5. Afforestation programs.
6. Integrated rural development.

Factors that affect Mass Movement
It is very clear, that mass movement or mass wasting is
movement of weathered material with the aid of gravity,
there are many factors that affect this movement. I shall tell
you about 6 main factors as follows:
1. Where permeable rocks alternate with impermeable rocks,
the permeable rocks are more more prone to mass wasting
than the impermeable rocks.
2. Mass movement is pronounced in areas with steep slopes
where the weathered layer is deep and the weathered
materials are loose. Naturally, the rate of movement of
weathered materials is faster on steep slopes than on gentle
slopes.
3. Mass movement is encouraged if there are earthquakes and
volcanic eruptions.
4. Areas with a high annual range of temperature and a high
frequency of freezing and thawing will encourage soil creep
while areas with a high temperature and occasional torrential
rainfall encourage mudflow.
5. Mass movement is also encouraged if there is no vegetation.
6. The activities of man like mining and herding of animals
encourage the production of mass movement or mass
wasting. This are the factors that affect Mass movement or
wasting.

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Monday, April 10, 2017

[Music] 2Baba – Holy Holy




Legendary Nigerian pop singer, 2Baba resurfaces with another unique reggae tune dubbed “Holy Holy”. The conscious tune sends a message to people who always point accusing fingers at others as though their lives are perfect.
This comes shortly after he blessed his esteemed fans with a freestyle titled “Joy Comes In The Morning” and also after he got dragged by fellow Nigerian act, Eedris Abdulkareem.
In summary, “He who is without sin should cast the first stone” 
Download and Enjoy!
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YBNL Boss, Olamide To Drop New Single Titled “Based On Logistics Featuring #BBNaija Winner, Efe


Hours before Efe won the Big Brother Naija 2017 reality show, rapper Olamide made a pledge to support him when he gets out of the show.
Olamide also promises to work closely with Efe on a new single titled “Based On Logistics” which stands as Efe’s slogan.
See what Olamide tweeted below:-


This is a great move and will  further cement the love of Efe in the hearts of more Nigerians.
Congrat Efe & Thanks to Olamide 😄😄
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Driver Who Diverted 600 Bags of Flour and Sold Off The Truck Used In Coveying The Goods Have Been Arrested By RRS


Operatives of Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a driver who connived with three other persons in diverting his company 600 bags of flour before dismantling the truck for sale in pieces.
The suspect, Garuba Lawal, 36, from Kwara State connived with three others now at large and diverted the 600 bags of flour to Sagamu, Ogun State. The product was thereafter given out to a buyer, while he took the truck to Ilorin, Kwara state, where it was dismembered and sold in pieces. 
Garuba, who was recruited by the company (name withheld) the same day to move the 600 bags of flour to a bakery in Ibadan, Oyo State, was baited with N2 million by his accomplices to do their bidding.


The suspect, in his statement to the police disclosed that after loading on Sunday, at the Nigeria Flour Mills in Apapa. A young man, whose name was later given as Ismaila from Oyo State, approached him for a discussion.
“He invited me close to my truck just as I was about to drive it out of the loading bay. He asked me how much I have made in since I have been driving truck. I replied him that I just joined the haulage company.
He asked again, have ever seen money in your life? I said no. He asked me again, if you see N2 million, what would you do with it? I answered him that I would quit this truck driving job. Then, he told that he would introduce me to a deal. That was how we started”.
Garuba continued:
“While his two other colleagues were waiting in the Toyota Corrolla they brought. He took me to a corner and brought a cowrie. He told me that I would have to swallow the cowrie as a sign of bond that anybody that divulge the secret between us would die instantly”.
I took the cowrie and swallowed it. Immediately I did that, I observed that whatever instruction he gave me, I was just obeying it without a second thought”.


According to sources, Garuba, in company of the three accomplices diverted the 600 bags of flour to Sagamu instead of its scheduled destination on a Sunday night and got to Sagamu around 2:25 a.m on Monday.
“We entered Sagamu. It was very early in the morning and I couldn’t identify anywhere so much. All along, they acted as escort for the truck to Sagamu. One of them was in the truck with me because the motor boy didn’t follow us”.
The source added that at Sagamu, Garuba was informed that the head of the truck had to be removed for a small because it could not enter the warehouse the goods were to be offloaded.
“We put a new truck head and they gave N50,000. We agreed I drive the truck head to Kwara State in company of two other member of the team to sell it off.
We got to Ilorin around 7:15 a.m. on Monday. I took the two guys to where I live with my wife. They promised to return with my share on N2 million as soon as bank is opened. They collected N15,000 for hotel accommodation from the N50,000:00 they gave me. 
When I didn’t see them that day and the following day, I agreed with a buyer to knock down the truck into pieces. The tyres, engine, radiator, chasis etc for N450,000. After, we had dismembered it, the Rapid Response Squad, Lagos arrested me”.
Sources at the haulage firm disclosed that they were yet to see the motor boy that followed him on the said trip. This has fuelled  the suspicion that the motor boy might have been killed by the gang to pave way for a seamless execution of their plans.

Garuba insisted that the motor boy didn’t follow them on the trip. The motor boy’s phone has remained switched off since the incident.

Investigation revealed that the gang that diverted the flour are the same gang which has been involved in several diversions of other products.
  
Arrested along with him were Jimoh Adeleye, Wasiu Azeez and Adeniran Jacob.

 Confirming the development, the Police Public Relations Officer, Assistant Suprintendent of Police, ASP Olarinde Famous Cole, said that there would be no hiding place for those who come to Lagos to perpetrate crime, adding that the police would fish out of your hiding.

All the suspects have been transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department for further investigation and prosecution.
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