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The management of National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, has released call-up letters for 2017 Batch B stream I prospective corps members . Prospective corps members have been advised to print out call-up letter to know their state of deployment. This was contained in a statement by the scheme on their Fcebook page @NYSCHQNG The Statement reads:” 2017 BATCH ‘B’ STREAM I ORIENTATION COURSE The NYSC 2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream I Orientation Course is scheduled to commence in all the NYSC Orientation camps nationwide as follows: (a) Commencement of Registration: Tuesday 21st November, 2017. (b) Cut-off date for Registration: 12 midnight, Wednesday, 22nd November, 2017 (c) Swearing-In Ceremony: Thursday,23rd November,2017 (d) Official Closing Ceremony: Monday, 11th December, 2017 2. All prospective Corps Members slated for the 2017 Batch ‘B’ Stream I Orientation Course are advised to proceed to their respective Camps as stated on their Call-up Letters. Foreign-trained graduates are to report to the Camp with their travelling Passport for Identification as well as their Transcript for verification. 3. In the event of any loss of Call-up Letter, the Corps member who collected the Call-up letter from his/her Institution is advised to obtain Police Report and Sworn Affidavit, thereafter, report to the Institution of graduation for further necessary action. Those who initially printed their Call-up Letter on-line can re-print the Call-up Letter as many times as they want in the case of loss.
REQUIREMENT FOR REGISTRATION: (a) Original Call-up Letter or Call-up Letter printed on-line (b) Statement of Result endorsed by authorized officer with authentic signature. (c) School Identity Card, including travelling Passport for Foreign-trained graduates. (d) Medical Doctors, Pharmacists, Physiotherapists and Optometrists are to produce evidence of Registration with their Professional Bodies. (e) Prospective Corps members should go to Camp with Functional Account Number and Bank Verification Number (BVN) to facilitate online payment of entitlements. (f) In addition, each prospective corps member MUST present Certificate of Fitness from a Government or Military Hospital showing his/her health status before he/she will be registered and admitted for the orientation course. The Director General, Brigadier General SZ Kazaure DSS PhD FCSN wishes all prospective Corps Members safe journey to their respective camps and a memorable orientation course.”
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This pretty young Nigerian lady named, Angela Nwosu pictured above, says she deliberately pees in her panties and loves doing it. Read what she wrote on her Facebook page below 'I Deliberately Wet My Pant All The Time. I am a pant wetter, and totally addicted to peeing in my pants and have been all my life. Sometimes, I think I am the only one in the world who loves pee this much. I pee in my pants everyday and all day long and I do it intentionally, kai. I do not have any physical or medical problem that makes me loose control or leak, I do it on purpose, as it makes me feel so good. In fact, I do not like to be dry very long at all or I'm always wanting to wet my pants soon. However, I can be dry when needed (there are those times you need to be dry) but when I do wet my pants, it's usually when am home alone (hehe)...
After years of intentionally wetting my pants, I have gotten very good at being wet and no one knowing it. I have no problem hiding it from my family and public. Again, I don't really know what it is (I have given up trying to figure it out) but I just love peeing on myself and being nice and damp all the time. It feels so good and it's so sensual and arousing, it turns me on, Kai. Even as a kid, I had these feelings. Sounds weird doesn't It? Yea, I am strange like that. Have you ever heard this from anyone else? It's so exciting and fun, but you would never know, until you try it. Pee in your pant today, ighotago? Udo!
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Activities of NIMC NIMC stands for National Identity Management Commission; this agency is responsible for the identification system in Nigeria. Its employees issue ID cards to citizens, support and supplement databases, and connect them with existing state institutions. Each legal entity or individual is eligible to get registered and receive a unique identification code and a multi-purpose card. Holders of this card can also spend money everywhere because NIMC cards can also serve as credit cards. They can be used on any Automated Teller Machine in any country of the world if MasterCard operates there. In addition, plans are being made to allow Nigerians travel within the West African areas without a passport simply by using their NIMC card. NIMC tracking Ever since NIMC launched their official website, getting information from them has become easier. Simply visit to check the status of your card and get other information. If you have been waiting too long for feedback after registration, don't lose hope too early. You can get all the important information you need without leaving your home. All you need is an internet connection, a computer, a tablet or even a mobile phone. How to check NIMC card status? Simply follow these easy steps: Visit Select "Proceed" option. Enter your name, surname and unique number in appropriate fields; run the check process. It takes only a couple of seconds for the system to find and collect information about you. Also check your identification code and other information to make sure it coincides with the data that you provided at the time of registration. If you have not registered for your card yet, be sure to do so soon as this procedure is mandatory. If you have not registered yet, go through this mandatory procedure.
As you see, it is quite easy to check for the status of your Nigerian national identity card. Do not worry about wasting time and energy by visiting the NIMC office, it takes only a few minutes to get the latest information you need online..
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Photos of a restaurant where everyone has HIV and only employs HIV-positive Chefs in Toronto has gone viral on social media, and has been met with mixed reactions… Toronto is home to a new, first-of-its-kind pop-up — the world’s only restaurant where every piece of food is made by someone with HIV. Organizers say the impetus was a recent poll that found that the thought of dining with somebody who’s HIV-positive still paralyzes them with fear. The survey by Casey House, Canada’s only hospital dedicated to people living with HIV/AIDS, found that nearly half of Canadians wouldn’t eat a meal prepared by someone with the disease, even though health experts say the infection can’t be transmitted that way. To combat the stigma around food prep, Casey House decided it was time to pull a bold stunt. The pop-up, called June’s Eatery after Casey House’s co-founder June Callwood, launched this week. It advertised two four-course dinners made by 14 HIV-positive chefs for $125 — one yesterday, the other today. Both of them sold out. Organizers told The Guardian that they even welcome “negative coverage,” though, as the “entire point of the pop-up” is “exposing the ignorance and blame around HIV and AIDS.” They did their best to test people, too — organizers say they mailed jars of soup prepared by the HIV-positive team to newsrooms “across Canada.” It seems they didn’t really care what became of that soup in a box, as long as it challenged media to “examine their own beliefs” before writing about the event. See more Photos:
Source: Guardian
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SAD: As Auchi Vigilance Group Killed Graduated HND student

It was supposed to be celebration of a successful completion of her academic pursuit, but the celebration turned sour when a graduate of Auchi Polytechnic, Edo State, Miss Uloko Laurenta Apaume, was allegedly shot dead by a member of the Auchi community vigilance group during her graduation party. It was gathered that Uloko, a Banking and Finance graduate, was killed on Friday night by a stray bullet from a vigilance group operative, who was at the party to provide security for the students, who had signed off from the polytechnic after writing their final examination. It was gathered that the students in jubilation after writing their last paper on Thursday invited the vigilance group members to the party, as part of the tradition to help secure the place for a peaceful celebration of a successful completion of their Higher National Diploma (HND). It was learnt that during the celebration, a member of the local security joined in the celebration with the students and fired into the air but the bullet failed to come out. According to a source, “the security man lowered his gun to check why it failed to release bullet after firing and in the process the bullet discharge itself and accidentally killed the girl who was celebrating on the spot.” The development cause panic as the students scampered for safety, even as the suspect had been arrested by the police. Confirming the incident, the Commissioner of Police, Babatunde Johnson Kokumo, who described the incident as unfortunate, said it was clearly a misadventure and not intentional killing. “The vigilance men, according to the report of the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) on ground, had been invited by the students and it was in the night. It was clearly a misadventure; it was not an intentional killing as there is no record of any sort that there had been malice between the late student or any student for that matter and the vigilance men. So, the vigilance man had an accidental discharge so to say while the celebration was on.” According to him, the suspect is already in custody, assuring that the police are doing everything to pacify the students so that there would be no reprisal attack on innocent citizens. Meanwhile, students of Auchi Polytechnic on Saturday protested against the killing of Uloko. The students blocked major roads in the vicinity and called for vigilance groups across the country to be stopped from using guns, as this is not the first time this type of incidence is happening.
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Lagos State Governor Receive Netherlands Queen

The Queen of The Netherlands, Maxima Cerruti, on Tuesday paid a courtesy visit to the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, as part of efforts to advance the United Nation’s financial inclusion advocacy as a vehicle to alleviate poverty and fostering equitable economic growth in Nigeria. Queen Maxima, who was visiting Nigeria for the first time in the last five years, in her capacity as the Special Advocate to United Nations’ Secretary General on financial inclusion for development, said she was impressed by the initiatives of the state government to improve service delivery especially towards expanding access to affordable healthcare. While noting that it was important for governments to prioritize access to affordable healthcare, she particularly lauded the health insurance scheme of the state government, which legal framework had already been put in place, saying that Governor Ambode deserved commendation for coming up with such laudable effort. She said: “Today I had opportunity to visit two clinics in the state where I saw the new pilot project in which you (Governor Ambode) has also started looking into which is to make health insurance possible even to the poorest of the people. “I was very impressed by the leadership that the state of Lagos has taken as to coming up with a law which makes health insurance mandatory and also to able to plan for the future and you are already doing some credit to some health facilities which off course will improve efficiency of a lot of these institutions. I commend you for your efforts and I will like to know from you Mr. Governor, what is your commitment on the future in this field,” she said. Responding, Mr. Ambode said the health insurance scheme of the state government aimed at expanding access and scaling up healthcare delivery in the state will commence in early 2018. He said the legal framework to guide the implementation of the policy had already been put in place, while every necessary efforts to ensure the success of the scheme were being put in place. Mr. Ambode, who received Queen Maxima alongside his wife, Bolanle Ambode, and other top officials of the state, commended the visitor for her efforts at advancing issues relating to healthcare and financial inclusion. Speaking on the health insurance policy of the state government, the governor said: “We are on the path of positive improvement on the things that have to do with health. Like the Queen rightly said, we have a law that allows us to do the Health Insurance Scheme which is targeted at the most-needy and the poor that cannot afford ordinary healthcare. We believe that if we pull the resources of every other person in the state together, those that cannot afford will be able to have a chance to access healthcare which is the main objective why the Queen has been going round to promote good healthcare for people generally. “We want to say that we are deeply committed to that vision and we are committed to that ideals and also say that we will do everything possible to make sure that the Health Insurance Scheme starts up early next year and we can now allow people to have some sense of inclusion which is one of the basic principles of good governance. “The main essence of good governance is for us to be able to carry everybody along. In a cosmopolitan city like Lagos that we have population of almost 22 million people and the majority can really not afford the things we want them to, and so we believe strongly that a partnership like this is one in the right direction.” On financial inclusion, Governor Ambode said the informal sector accounted for about 80 per cent of Lagos population, a development he said prompted his administration to set up N25 billion Employment Trust Fund (ETF) to serve as an instrument to grant members of the sector access to finance. Besides, Mr. Ambode said, it was time to call on the federal government to scale up financial inclusion with the view to expanding access for more people to benefit.
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FGN To Pay N88bn compensation to victims of Biafra war after long Years

ABUJA— Determined to quell rising agitation by secessionist groups, the Federal Government, yesterday, agreed to release N88 billion for the compensation of victims of the Nigeria/Biafra civil war, as well as for completion of demining and destruction of abandoned explosives within the South-East, South-South and North Central regions of the country. Federal Government, in terms of agreement it endorsed before the ECOWAS Court in Abuja yesterday, said while it would pay N50 billion compensation to “true victims” of the civil war that occured between 1967 and 1970, a total sum of N38 billion will be paid to contractors for total and complete demining and destruction of abandoned bombs and landmines within the regions. The decision followed a suit marked ECW/CCJ/APP/06/12, which was filed before the ECOWAS Court on May 2, 2012, by one Vincent Agu and 19 others against FG and five others. Federal Government opted for an out-of-court settlement of the matter after four years negotiation period. According to the agreement document which the ECOWAS court adopted as its consent judgment, two firms, RSB Holdings Nigeria Limited and Deminers Concept Nigeria Limited, were said to have been contracted in 2009 to carry out demining exercise in the war affected areas. Federal Government told the court that after an exercise that was conducted by medical experts that were employed by the two contractors to screen and identify true victims of the war, “All the parties to this suit acknowledge that 685 persons were selected and classified as survivors while 493 of them were confirmed as victims of either landmines or other dangerous military ordinance including locally fabricated weapons, hence entitled to compensation including their families and communities. “Whereas the parties also acknowledged that a total of over 17, 000 bombs were recovered and destroyed by the 4th and 5th Respondents (the contractors), while a total of 1, 317 are still in the stockpile located at the Mine Action Center, Owerri, Imo State, a large quantity of live bombs still litter the Applicant’s communities.” States listed to benefit from the deal are Anambra, Rivers, Imo, Akwa Ibom, Delta, Ebonyi, Cross River, Abia, Enugu and Benue. The plaintiffs had in the suit they filed for themselves and as representatives of victims of the Nigerian civil war, including all the 493 victims pre-enumerated by the Ministry of Defence, demanded N100m as compensatory and general damages. According to the terms of agreement sighted by Vanguard, while the N50bn compensation would be paid into United Bank for Africa, UBA, account No. 1018230076 which was nominated by counsel to the victims, Chief Noel Agwuocha Chukwukadibia & Co, the other N38bn woud be paid into Deminers Concept Nig. Ltd UBA account No. 1016296801, belonging to the contractors. Federal Government however maintained that the Terms of Settlement shall operate as full and final settlement of all claims arising from alleged violation of rights of victims of the Biafran war “in any other suits, action or matter however so called that may arise from this subject matter.” The Government said it agreed to release the funds, being conscious of unexploded bombs and other remnants of war that littered some parts of the South-East, South-South and North Central regions and the inherent dangers posed thereof. It said that it reviewed and took “full cognizance of the dire situation and unmitigated threat posed to the Applicants and their communities by aging bombs and other post war lethal materials left under the elements in public places like schools, churches, courts, farmlands and market places”, adding that it was agreed that the contractors, “having satisfactorily performed the 1st phase of the project be mobilised back to site to complete the final phase of the ongoing demining process.” Part of the 11 po
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