A Nigerian young boy, Timitimi Benjamin goes viral for writing a love epistle to girlfriend on her birthday

A Facebook user by name, Timitimi Benjamin has gone viral for writing the longest love epistle on Facebook to celebrate his girlfriend’s birthday, Sonia Dagogo.

Profile picture of the lovebirds, Timitimi Benjamin and Sonia Dagogo

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Benjamin, who is also a young music star, based in Rivers State took to his personal Facebook page to pour all encomiums on Sonia, on a post, entitled, “Happy birthday to my white sun😍”

Sonia Dagogo

According to followers and Facebook users, Benjamin’s love epistle has been top rated as the post raised about 18k likes, 11k comments and approximately 9k shares from a personal account, first in history.

Many reactions on the post have it that the epistle has caused a halt on many a relationship in the past 48 hours, as many dates demanded the same long love epistles from their better halves.

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Well wishers of Timitimi appeal to Sonia to remain committed, submissive and faithful in the relationship. On the other hand, many comic episodes and cartoons have been widely circulated to express the existence of love between the two love birds.

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Armed men attack Uniuyo female hostel

Just three days after the first attack, robbers stormed the University of Uyo Hall 6 female hostel again this morning.

The robbers numbering about six, stormed the hostel brandishing guns, cutlasses and POS Machines.

During the attack, the robbers carted away phones, laptops and money, students who didn’t have cash were forced to use the POS, while others were beaten up.

The same hostel had been robbed on Monday, where valuables were taken and a girl received a machete bruise, leaving her with a deep injury in her head.

According to the report by @InsideUniuyo the robbery, which was promised earlier, after the first attack on Monday came again knocking the early hours of today, Thursday, 1st August, 2019.


However, the students after the attack, took to the streets, cordoning Ikpa Road and the University First Gate axis, to protest the incident.


Addressing the students, the Vice Chancellor Prof. Enefiok Essien SAN, who arrived the scene in company of the Dean of Students, Dr Aniekan Brown, and the Chief Security Officer, condemned the attacks, adding that efforts were in place to bring the perpetuators to justice.


Prof. Essien assured the students that the management is working on addressing the issue, including the deployment of police presence on campus to curtail further occurence.

He pleaded with the students to return to their normal activities, without fear of attacks or intimidation.

Source: insideuniuyo

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WAEC script marking is here. Training starts on June 27th. Kindly visit any of the nearest centres close to you with your degree and NYSC certificate. You can make between 12-16k within one week.


  1. Aba marking venue, Girls Secondary School, Abayi-Aba
  2. Abakaliki marking venue, Holy Ghost Secondary School, Abakaliki
  3. Abeokuta 1 marking venue, Rev. Kuti Memmorial Grammar School, Abeokuta
  4. Abeokuta 2 marking venue, Abeokuta Girls Grammar School, Onikolobo, Abeokuta
  5. Abuja marking venue, Government Secondary School, Wuse 3
  6. Ado-Ekiti 1 marking venue, Christ Girls’ School, Ado-Ekiti
  7. Ado-Ekiti 2 marking venue, Mary Immaculate Girls Grammar School, Ado-Ekiti
  8. Agbor marking venue, Ogbemudein Mixed Secondary School, Agbor
  9. Akure 1 marking venue, Acquinas College, Akure
  10. Akure 2 marking venue, Fiwasaye Girls’ Grammar School, Akure
  11. Asaba marking venue, Anglican Girls Grammar School, Asaba
  12. Auchi marking venue, Our Lady of Fatima College, Auchi
  13. Awka marking venue, Igwebike Grammar School, Awka
  14. Bauchi marking venue, General Hassan UsmanKatsina College, Bauchi
  15. Benin 1 marking venue, Idia College, Benin-City
  16. Benin 2 marking venue, Western Boys High School, Benin-City
  17. Birnin Kebbi marking venue, Nagari College Birnin Kebbi
  18. Calabar marking venue, Hope Waddell Training Institution, Calabar
  19. Dutse marking venue, Government Commercial School, Dutse
  20. Enugu 1 marking venue, Urban Anglican Girls School, Ogui New Layout, Enugu
  21. Enugu 2 marking venue, Federal Govt. College Enugu.
  22. Gombe marking venue, Education Resource Centre, Gombe
  23. Gusau marking venue, Sambo Secondary School, Gusau
  24. Gwagwalada marking venue, Government Secondary School, Gwagwalada
  25. The Polytechnic Ibadan, CBT Centre. Ibadan.
  26. Ibadan 1 marking venue, Loyola College, Old Ife Rd., Ibadan
  27. Ibadan 2 marking venue, Anwar-Ul Grammar School, Eleyele Ibadan
  28. Ibadan 3 marking venue, St Patrick’s Grammar School, Bashorun Ibadan
  29. Ijebu-Ode marking venue, Ijebu-Ode Grammar School, Ijebu-Ode
  30. Ikare-Akoko marking venue, Victory College, Ikare-Akoko
  31. Ikorodu marking venue, Government. Senior College, Ikorodu
  32. Ikot-Ekpene marking venue, State College, Ikot-Ekpene
  33. Ilaro marking venue, Yewa College, Ilaro
  34. Ile-Ife marking venue, Oduduwa College, Ile-Ife
  35. Ilesa marking venue, Ilesa Grammar School, Ilesa
  36. Ilorin 1 marking venue, St. Anthony Secondary School, Ilorin
  37. Ilorin 2 marking venue, Sheikh Abdulkadir College, Ilorin
  38. Jalingo marking venue, Magami Government Day Secondary School, Jalingo
  39. Jos marking venue, St. Murumba College, Jos
  40. Kabba marking venue, St. Monica College, Kabba
  41. Kaduna marking venue 1, Sardauna Memorial College (SMC) Kaduna
  42. Kaduna marking venue 2, Queen Amina College, Kaduna
  43. Kafanchan marking venue, Government College, Kagoro
  44. Kano marking venue 1, Rumfa College, Kano
  45. Kano marking venue 2, Government Secondary School, Tarauni, Kano
  46. Katsina marking venue, Government Day Secondary School KofarYandaka, Katisna
  47. Lafia marking venue, Government Science School, Lafia
  48. WAEC International office, Agidingbi, Lagos
  49. Lagos (Agege 1) marking venue,Government Senior College, Agege
  50. Lagos (Agege 2) marking venue, Saka Tinubu Memorial High School, Orile-Agege
  51. Lagos (Igando) marking venue, Igando Community Junior High School, Igando
  52. Lagos (Ijanikin) marking venue, Nigerian Navy Secondary School, Ojo-Ijanikin
  53. Lagos (Ilupeju) marking venue, Ilupeju Senior Secondary School, Ilupeju
  54. Lagos (Obanikoro) marking venue, Baptist Academy, Obanikoro
  55. Lagos (Surulere) marking venue, A.U.D. Grammar School, Surulere
  56. Lokoja marking venue, Bishop Delisle College, Lokoja
  57. Makurdi marking venue, Mount St. Gabriel Secondary School, Makurdi
  58. Mbaise marking venue, Mbaise Secondary School, Aboh Mbaise
  59. Minna marking venue, Ahmadu Bahago Secondary School, Bosso Road, Minna
  60. Nnewi marking venue, Maria Regina Model Comprehensive School, Nnewi
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It was thus a black Monday for Ekiti NYSC for the loss of one of her serving Corps Members

The 2019 batch A Corps Member identified as Imoruyi Honour, an indigene of Edo State, serving in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State NYSC , is believed to have been battling with minor sickness, which later travelled home and returned not quite long before her demise

According to the report

She woke up in the morning and later complained of headache… She was given paracetamol which she took…… Soon she started shaking as whitish substance was coming out from her mouth. She gave before they could get her to the hospital.

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Tribunal: Drama as INEC document confirms Akpabio won convincingly

Tribunal: Drama as INEC document confirms Akpabio won convincingly.

There was a mild drama at the National Assembly Elections Petition Tribunal in Akwa Ibom State when Counsel to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Mr. Solomon Umoh, SAN tried unsuccessfully to prevent a witness, Mr Godwin Afangideh from reading the result from a document presented by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC.)

The document was an exhibit presented by INEC in a petition filed by Senator Godswill Akpabio of the All Progressives Congress (APC) challenging the declaration of Engr Christopher Ekpenyong (PDP) as the Senator for Akwa Ibom North West Senatorial District.

Reading from the document given to him by Counsel to PDP, the Witness, Mr Afangide said “My Lord even from this document APC scored a total votes 61,329 and PDP scored 9,050 in Essien Udim Local Government Area and it is recorded here.” Mr Umoh, SAN had attempted to shout down the Witness from reading that part of the document.

Mr Afangide had earlier tendered results collated from Wards across the Local Government Area as given to him by the party agents which clearly showed that Senator Akpabio had won the election in his own Local Government Area with a wide margin.

The Witness expressed surprise at the voters’ register tendered in court and said it was different from the one that was used on election day. He confirmed that he had voted along with his family members.

According to Mr Afangide the elections in Essien Udim Local Government Area were very peaceful as attested to by security agencies, local and foreign observers.

Another Witness, Dr Chris Akpan who was a Ward Collation Agent told the Tribunal that the results that were declared by INEC in Uyo did not reflect collated results from the Units and Wards of the Local Government Area.

Reacting to suggestions by the Counsel to INEC that results from the Local Government Area of Senator Akpabio were cancelled because of violence, the Witnesses expressed surprise and said they were hearing of violence for the first time in the Tribunal.

Senator Akpabio had so far called 14 Witnesses mostly Ward Agents who have tendered duly collated results. Results so far tendered showed he had led his opponent with a wide margin before INEC cancelled the results in Uyo.

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One of the major roads in Uyo, the capital of Akwa Ibom State, Atiku Abubakar way, suffers water inferno as a result of heavy downpour this morning

According to the report, the rain which started with little downpour at the early hours of day, later entwined into heavy bidding, leaving road users and residents in gridlock

The popular Atiku Abubakar Way which houses links to other major roads like, Abak road, Ikot Ekpene road, Ekom Iman way, Itam market, Idongesit Nkangha Secretariat, held many a road user on stampede which led to many reactions by the residents

The reports popped in as:

Due to heavy downpour this morning, Water inferno takes over Atiku Abubakar Way, Uyo. The road is impassable, vehicular movement hindered. Citizens are suffering to make their way through. But what has Governor Udom done with the N32 billion that was released by World Bank for flood control in Akwa Ibom?
See the report here 👇👇👇
Flood Control: Akwa Ibom Gets N32bn From World Bank (June, 2017)
The Akwa Ibom Government says the World Bank has earmarked the sum of N32 billion to tackling flood in the state.
The state’s Commissioner for Environment and Mineral Resources, Dr Iniobong Essien, who disclosed to newsmen on Sunday in Uyo, said that the project would be executed in partnership with the Nigerian Erosion and Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP)
He said that the drainage project would be implemented in phases and when completed, it would reduce the incidence of flooding in the state.
“For the IBB Way flood control project, designs have been put in place and the initial cost of N52 billion reduced to about N32 billion.
“Once the drainage is constructed, the number of catchment areas around Atan Offot, Atiku Abubakar, Abak road and the state secretariat complex would be completely de-flooded,” Essien said.
He said that the flooded area would be channelled through a 7.5 km drain to an outfall at Ibesikpo-Asutan local government area.
The commissioner assured that the World Bank and its partners have shown serious commitment to tackling the challenge of erosion in the state.
He said that the funding from the World Bank would also help to finance two major erosion sites at Etim Usanga and Anua both in Uyo local government area.
Essien, however added that there were over 1,000 erosion sites across the 31 local government areas of the state.
He said that Gov. Udom Emmanuel was working assiduously to end flooding in some areas of Uyo, the state capital with emphasis on the perennial flood site at IBB Way.
We need answer. Governor Udom should do the needful. Akwa Ibom deserves the best.

Source: Covenant Sunday from Uyo

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It is believed that the Akwa Ibom State government will take proactive measures soon than later in order to avert disaster in subsequent time

Atiku Abubakar Way Uyo
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**** Warns against technicalities to waste tribunal’s time

**** Motion to stop inspection of materials dismissed

**** As Akpabio Wins Round One.

The National Assembly Elections Petition Tribunal sitting in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, on Tuesday, May 7, 2019, slammed the Senatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Engr Chris Ekpenyong and the Party over an attempt to cause the Tribunal to reverse itself.

The Tribunal had on April 2, 2019 granted an exparte order to Senator Godswill Akpabio and the All Progressives Congress (APC) for inspection of materials in the custody of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

PDP had sought a counter order of the Tribunal to bar the APC and Senator Godswill Akpabio from inspecting electoral materials used in the February 23, 2019 Senatorial elections in Akwa Ibom North West Senatorial District.

Counsel to the PDP, Mr Solomon Umoh, SAN had prayed “the Tribunal to dismiss Akpabio’s petition in its entirety” as well as “set aside the petitioner’s request for inspection and forensic analysis of election materials.”

However, in his ruling Chairman of the Tribunal, Justice W. O. Akanbi, declared that the PDP’s application for the inspection order to be reverse was an act alien to law.

Justice Akanbi agreed with Sunday I. Ameh, SAN, Counsel to Senator Akpabio that Engr Ekpenyong and the PDP suffered no prejudice having been invited to be part of the inspection process.

He said the PDP Counsel only succeded in “hell-raising technicalities to waste the time of the Tribunal.”

Justice Akanbi said Senator Akpabio’s demand for inspection of electoral materials and the tribunal order granting same were in line with the provisions of Section 151 sub-sections 1 and 2 of the Electoral Act.

The tribunal chairman, while dismissing PDP’s argument that the exparte order for the inspection does not align with the provisions of the Electoral Act, noted that any order from a court of competent jurisdiction in relation to the inspection is valid because the Electoral Act does not specify which order should accommodated or rejected.

The tribunal also declared that PDP’s motion for an order to stop forensic analysis of the election materials was lacking in merit because any party in court is at liberty to any of its preferred method of inspection.

According to the Tribunal, “any party is at liberty to adopt any method of inspection. The parties involved in an election can chose to bring in forensic experts. The inspection can also be manually done. Even if the inspection is done with laboratory equipment, the law is okay with that”, he noted.

The Tribunal Chairman likened the PDP’s action to “crying wolf where there is none.”

Speaking to newsmen after the ruling, Barr. Patrick Umoh, who stood in for the petitioner’s lead counsel, Mr. Sunday Ameh, SAN, said the ruling had deepened judicial practice.

According to Mr Patrick Umoh, “the application was filed by the 2nd Respondent seeking to vacate the order of the Honourable Tribunal that granted us access to inspect the electoral materials at INEC.

“We responded, and at the end of the day, the ruling came in our favour, which is to the effect that the order of court to inspect the materials was correct in law. There is no way the 2nd Respondent has been prejudiced, as such the tribunal order was good in Law.

“We salute the judicial system. The ruling is good for the Nigerian legal system. We now know the position of the Law that with an exparte order you can inspect electoral materials as well as maintain your petition in court,” he said.

The ruling is seen as a major boost for Senator Akpabio to reclaim his mandate in an election which he is believed to have won. The tribunal adjourned further sitting to Friday, May 10, 2019.

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Akpabio vs. Ekpenyong: Legal fireworks begin at the tribunal

**** Akpabio has a good case and we are confident of getting justice – SAN

*** PDP Lawyers file application to stop court ordered inspection of electoral materials at INEC

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 – At the National Assembly Elections Petition Tribunal sitting in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, legal fireworks commenced in a suit filed by Senator Godswill Akpabio against Dr. Christopher Ekpenyong and four other respondents.

Senator Akpabio, who currently represents Akwa Ibom North West (Ikot Ekpene) Senatorial District, contested on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC). Akpabio is challenging the outcome of the February 23, 2019 National Assembly elections by which the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) announced Dr. Christopher Ekpenyong of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as winner.

The suit has Senator Akpabio as petitioner while Dr. Christopher Ekpenyong, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), INEC, Returning Officer and Resident Electoral Officer, Mr. Mike Igini, are respondents.

Present at the tribunal to represent the petitioner, Senator Akpabio, was Mr. Sunday Ameh, SAN, Mr Adekunle Oyesanya, SAN Also present were Mr Kanu Agabi, SAN for Engr Ekpenyong, Mr. Solomon Umoh, SAN for the PDP and Ms. Oluwaseun Oluseyi for INEC.

Legal fireworks ensued during the pre-hearing of two applications earlier filed by Mr Agabi, SAN, and adopted by counsels to other respondents. The applications sought to dismiss Akpabio’s petition and set aside the order granted him for inspection of election materials kept by INEC. Agabi also prayed the tribunal to set aside the petition on grounds of lack of jurisdiction.

Counsel to the PDP, Solomon Umoh, SAN prayed the tribunal to “set aside the petitioner’s request for forensic analysis of election materials” as well as “dismiss all reliefs granted to the petitioner.” because the inspection process of the election materials has been prejudiced” and that the “only grounds of obtaining an order must be by motion on notice”, which, according to him, the respondents failed to file.

Umoh also prayed the tribunal to award a cost of N500,000 against the petitioner, but was unanimously overruled by the three-member panel.

Responding to Umoh,, counsel to the petitioner, Mr Ameh, SAN slammed the respondent applicants’’ claim that the inspection process of the election materials has been prejudiced. ” “Having been invited to the inspection, in what way has the order of inspection granted been prejudiced?”, he queried.

While noting that the respondents’ “objections are bereft of merit”, Ameh prayed the tribunal to grant an order to stay execution, to enable his team study the all the respondents’ applications.

Chairman of the tribunal, Hon. Justice W. O. Akanbi, who spoke on behalf of the three member panel of judges, urged counsels to all parties and their supporters to fully cooperate with the tribunal in order to ensure that justice is expeditiously served. Chief Kanu Agabi, SAN, on behalf of counsels representing all parties at the tribunal, thanked the judges and pledged the cooperation of the Bar with the panel all through the duration of the tribunal.

Chairman of the tribunal, Justice Akanbi adjourned the hearing and reserved ruling on the prayers of respective parties for a yet to be announced date.

Speaking to reporters at the end of the sitting, Counsel to Senator Akpabio, Mr Oyesanya, SAN said his client had a good case having won the Senatorial election and they were confident that justice would be served at the Tribunal.

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Nigeria Government Secures Release Of Zainab Aliyu

The Federal Government of Nigeria has secured the release of Zainab Aliyu who was arrested in Saudi Arabia for alleged drug trafficking.


The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, disclosed this at a news conference in Abuja on Tuesday.

He said the government has been able to establish the innocence of Zainab and the second Nigerian involved in the case, Ibrahim Abubakar will be released tomorrow to the Nigerian Mission in Saudi Arabia.

There had been several calls for her release with President Muhammadu Buhari directing the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami, to swiftly intervene and secure her immediate release.

Following the President’s directive, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Diaspora Affairs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, assured Nigerians that they were making good progress and she will be back, along with 2 others in the same situation.

Zainab who is a student of Maitama Sule University, Kano, was arrested after a banned drug, tramadol, was found in her bag.

She claimed it was planted in her luggage by unknown persons.

The student had reportedly travelled from Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport in company with her mother, Mrs. Maryam Aliyu, and sister, Hajara Aliyu, but was arrested over allegations that a bag bearing her name tag contained the unlawful substance

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The Nigerian Pop star DAVIDO also known as OBO took to his Instagram handle to celebrate his girlfriend’s birthday, Chioma Avril Rowland 

Chioma adds another one year to her life today, Tuesday 30th April, 2019. However, Davido expresses his over excitement for the queen, noting that 👉he can’t spend the rest of his life with anyone else except Chioma

Davido’s claims however drew applause and reactions from Nigeria star artists, among which include Iniedo, Etinosa, etc

Davido surprises Chioma on her birthday

I can’t spend the rest of my life with anyone else except you… there is a better future together for us- Davido claims



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