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Dec 13, 2018

5 types of lecturers you will meet in any Nigerian University

5 types of lecturers you will meet in any Nigerian University

As the name implies, a university is a place where we meet all kinds of people from around the world – people from different backgrounds, people with different belief systems and ideologies about life. Of all the people we come in contact with, lecturers are the most influential because, in one way or the other, we believe about 70% of what they tell us, and their attitudes towards us can either affect us negatively or positively. Lecturers, not being oblivious of this, choose to use their influential powers on students negatively or positively. Such choice has divided these academics into five (5) groups:
5 types of lecturers you will meet in any Nigerian University

1. The guardians
These lecturers care about the academic performance and general well-being of every student in their classes and the university at large. They keenly teach their students and resolutely ensure that their students never miss any lecture except they give a convincing reason. They devise means to achieve this. These lecturers do not derive pleasure in failing their students; thus, before the end of every class/lesson, they dedicate a few minutes to instructing their students on how to answer their examination questions. Sometimes, they jokingly state their likely examination questions in class. 

One intriguing thing about these lecturers is that they judge their performance based on their students' performance in their courses. As a result, they try as much as possible to avoid failure by giving their students their best! Unfortunately, we have a handful of them in Nigerian universities.

2. The 'I don’t care' lecturers
Unlike the guardians, these lecturers don’t give a hoot about students. They assume students know everything and their role is just to take them through some few areas of the curriculum. They don’t care whether you attend classes or not; whether you fail or not is not their concern. You just have to work out your salvation with fear and trembling! Too bad!

3. The ghosts
Ghost lecturers are those who are unpredictable. You don’t know whether they'll come to class or not. They can attend only one lecture just for a few minutes and disappear until the end of the semester. Most times, they reappear only when you are taking their exams. I call them hypocrites because they present their examination questions to look as if they've taught very well. Most times, students who take their courses are almost empty in those areas. It takes only the hardworking students to break even in their courses.

4. The Braggarts
These are lecturers who will tell you how they have made it in life, how their children are schooling abroad, the expensive property they own within and outside country and the pitiable state of the country's educational system. In fact, they teach 'bragging' in class. The aim is to belittle their students and make mockery of their students' parents' inability (or penury).

5. The academic demons
Some persons call them 'sadists,' but I call them 'the academic demons' because they share the same DNA with the devil. Like Satan in the world, they are out to cause harm to students of the university community. Some of their features are:

i. It is abominable if about 70% of their students pass their courses.

ii. Irrespective of what you've written, they fail you or give you low grades in their courses if you fail to 'sort' them.

iii. They derive pleasure in failing students.

iv. As project supervisors, they are hardly available to their 'supervisees'. They only make themselves available one month to project defence and expects their students to perform magic within the said period. 

v. They believe students don't deserve a good treat.

vi. They love to see students cry or at their mercy.

In sum, university students should learn to understand their lecturers and how to live with them in order to avoid a fallout in their academic pursuit. They should never let a lecturer's attitude make them fail a course. 
MTN Weekly Bundle: Get 1.2GB for N500 – Data Works on all Devices

MTN Weekly Bundle: Get 1.2GB for N500 – Data Works on all Devices

MTN Weekly Bundle: Get 1.2GB for N500 – Data Works on all Devices
The telecommunication giant, MTN Nigeria, has finally joined the league of service providers that are working tirelessly to put permanent smiles on the faces of their customers in this season of jollification. The everywhere-you-go network has added another bonus of 500MB to its weekly data plan of N500, giving its customers a whopping 1.2GB for just N500 when they subscribe to this plan. Until the narrative was changed, customers who subscribed to this plan had always been given 500MB + 250MB (as bonus data), making a total of 750MB. Indeed, the competition among these service providers is climaxing. We deserve the best! I can't wait to see these telecommunication networks selling 3GB for N100. All thanks to grandmaster of data, glo, for making other service providers sit up!

MTN 1.2GB for N500 is a weekly plan that works on all devices, and the data doesn’t evaporate within a twinkle of an eye. I was expecting to see something cheaper than glo and Airtel offers, but MTN wouldn't want to go below its standard. Well, I'm still happy for this. I'm sure you also are. If the network is stable in your location, you can give it a try.

How to Get MTN 1.2GB for N500
Follow the steps below to get 1.2GB on MTN weekly data plan:

1. Recharge your line with N500

2. Dial *131*103# to subscribe. Once the subscription is successful, you’ll be given 500MB (main data) + 500MB (bonus data) and another bonus data of 250MB (which can be used from 1am – 7am), making a total of 1.2GB. The data is valid for 7 days.
MTN Weekly Bundle: Get 1.2GB for N500 – Data Works on all Devices
3. Dial *131*4# to check your main/bonus data balance.

4. That's all! Enjoy it!

Dec 9, 2018

The New Airtel Download Bundle:Get 1GB for N350

The New Airtel Download Bundle:Get 1GB for N350

The New Airtel Download Bundle:Get 1GB for N350
Indeed, this Christmas must be technologically and digitally sure for us all as service providers are working tirelessly in our favour. Few days ago, the grandmaster of data, glo, secretly launched its Special Data Offer which gives you a whopping 1.2GB for N200. The telecommunication giant, MTN Nigeria, in its Christmas promo known as MTN Season of Surprises, is currently dishing at least free 500MB to its customers. To be in the league of service providers who care about the happiness of their customers, the swift network, Airtel NG, has unveiled the Airtel Download Bundle for customers who always download large files.

The Airtel Download Bundle (which is a new plan from Airtel NG) gives you 1GB for N350 and is specifically meant for downloading. If you have movies or any large file to download, Airtel Download Bundle might come in handy.

How to Activate Airtel Download Bundle
To activate Airtel Download Bundle, dial *141*354#.
The New Airtel Download Bundle:Get 1GB for N350

Please, note that the data is valid just for 24 hours and works on all mobile devices and Personal Computers.

Dec 8, 2018

Glo Special Data Offer: Get 1.2GB for N200, 6GB for N1000

Glo Special Data Offer: Get 1.2GB for N200, 6GB for N1000

The grandmaster of data, glo, has secretly launched a data plan known as Special Data Offer. This plan gives you a whopping 1.2GB for just N200 and is available to all glo customers irrespective of when they started using their SIM cards. In other words, this plan is not 'sim-selective.'
Glo Special Data Offer: Get 1.2GB for N200, 6GB for N1000
This data plan powers all your apps and can be used on your PC as well. Indeed, this is one of the best offers coming from the grandmaster of data, glo.


Follow the steps below to get a whopping 1.2GB for N200 on glo special data offer:

1. Recharge your Glo line with N200.

2. Dial *777#

3. You will see a list of options. Reply with 1, 1, 5, 2 and 1.
Glo Special Data Offer: Get 1.2GB for N200, 6GB for N1000

4. That all! You can dial *127*0# to view your data balance.

5. The data is valid for 3 days

Please, note that you can subscribe multiple times. Subscribing 5 times will give you a whopping 6GB for N1000, all valid for 3 days. If you are an internet lord, then this plan is the best for you.
MTN Season of Surprises: Get at least 500MB as a Christmas Gift from MTN

MTN Season of Surprises: Get at least 500MB as a Christmas Gift from MTN

The telecommunication giant, MTN Nigeria, has started rolling out free data and airtime to some of its customers for 2018 jollification. This surprise package, popularly known as MTN Season of Surprises, is a yearly offer (from MTN to its customers) which is always active in December, the month of festivity.
MTN Season of Surprises: Get at least 500MB as a Christmas Gift from MTN

According to MTN, MTN Season of Surprises is a package which subsidizes the regular prices of so many MTN data/airtime packages. For instance, you might be asked to recharge your line with N200 airtime to get 500MB and N750 airtime bonus. The goal is to put smiles on the faces of its customers. 

With MTN Season of Surprises, eligible customers don't get equal rewards. What I get as a surprise package might be entirely different from yours. It is just a matter of luck! Please, note that your surprise package, be it airtime or data, is valid for 7 days. And you can view your bonus data or airtime by dialing *559*4#. MTN Season of Surprises gives you more value for browsing, texting and calling.

How to Get Your Surprise Package
To get your surprise package, simply dial *142#. Wait for the message that will appear on your screen, and act accordingly! Dial *559*4# to check your bonuses.
MTN Season of Surprises: Get at least 500MB as a Christmas Gift from MTN
If you are not eligible, you'll get a response like the one below.
Dear Customer, thank you for trying. You do not have an offer at the moment; please try again later.
6 Things about Your Relationship You Should Never Post on Facebook

6 Things about Your Relationship You Should Never Post on Facebook

We all have that one friend on Facebook who can’t go a day without posting something about their ‘bae’ or 'boo'. While you might feel that itch to post up something about your relationship, there should be a limit to it. Everything that goes on in your relationship mustn't make the headlines on your Facebook wall.
6 Things about Your Relationship You Should Never Post on Facebook
Below are a few things about your relationship you should never post on Facebook:

1. Always bragging about your partner
While it’s good to appreciate your partner, constantly bragging about that special person isn’t ideal. When you constantly brag about your partner on Facebook, it could become a cliché; thus, your partner would no longer appreciate it or would get so used to it. Also, you have to admit that it could become boring and annoying to your friends on Facebook if all they have to see every day is how your bae/boo is the best in the world, and how you would never be with another. It’s also important to know that the relationship might not last forever. The question is, "What happens when it ends?"

2. Having a quarrel with your partner on Facebook
Just like constantly bragging about your partner on Facebook, it’s also ill-mannered and immature to have a quarrel with your partner on Facebook. Your personal ‘beef’ with your partner should be done in your apartment, not on Facebook.

3. Joking about your partner on Facebook
It might be an honest joke, but I’m pretty sure your partner wouldn’t appreciate you baring their shortcomings on Facebook. If you want to joke about their shortcomings, it should be when you are home alone with them, not on Facebook.

4. Everything that goes on in your relationship
Some people’s relationships are well documented on Facebook; by just visiting their Facebook timelines, you can get every gift item, fight, argument, date night, hangout and everything about their relationships. This is not really good for you!

5. A hot/funny picture of your partner
Before you post a hot or funny picture of your partner on Facebook, be sure to ask if they are comfortable with it. Never assume; you would be surprised that your partner might be displeased at it.

6. Seeking relationship advice
You don’t really have to seek relationship advice on your Facebook wall; that would mean you revealing all your relationship details to everyone. You can ask people you trust their judgement privately for advice on your relationship, not the entire Facebook community.

Dec 5, 2018

9 Bittersweet Truths about Relationships

9 Bittersweet Truths about Relationships

Every relationship has its ups and downs, but one good thing about anything that has negative and positive moments is that you come off it a better and stronger person. Based on this, a relationship can be compared to a staircase. Climbing the staircase of a gigantic building might be difficult and even tiring, but it is one of the best forms of exercise for the legs. Therefore, you should be prepared for these nine (9) bittersweet truths if you are in a relationship or about to enter one:

9 Bittersweet Truths about Relationships

1. Not every relationship will lead to marriage
You can’t marry everybody you date, and the possibility of marrying the first person that you date is always very slim. This is one bitter truth about relationships. Many enter some relationships with the hope that it might lead to marriage, but it doesn’t always work out that way. Some relationships are meant to shape you for the real deal, and not every person you meet is the real deal.

2. Not everyone who says I love you means it
‘I love you’ is the most bastardized phrase in English. It is important to know that not everyone would love you. Some people might say they love you, but they don’t. And just after a few days or weeks of dating, they get bored of the whole thing and would want to quit. Sometimes, lust could be mistaken for love. So, you should be ready for this.

3. Not all relationships would have a happy ending
A relationship is no Cinderella story. Sometimes, it could end sadly like Titanic, and other times, it wouldn’t. Relationships are unpredictable, and the fact that it started out well doesn’t mean it would always end well. The gallops along the way could be unbearable.

4. Some people would come into your life for what they can get
Not everyone enters a relationship because they are in love. Some enter relationships for sex, money and a whole lot of other factors that might not include love.

5. You can’t be perfect for everyone     
You can’t be compatible with everyone. In some of your relationships, you might be that perfect person whereas others could be a tug of war. The fact that you and your partner really love each other doesn’t mean you would be perfect for each other. Things might go as planned. 

6. Heartbreak is a likely scenario
Since some relationships can't work out well, heartbreak isn’t all that inevitable. It is no news that humans are imperfect and are bound to make mistakes, but sometimes, those mistakes could prove costly and might just lead to a heartbreaking experience.

7. Relationships aren’t all a bed of roses
People make that mistake of entering a relationship with the feeling that it would just work out well so easily. You work for a relationship to work! What you give is what you get. Don’t expect a relationship to work on its own; you need to mold it.

8. A good looking partner doesn’t guarantee a good relationship
The idea of dating someone because of their looks is a dangerous mistake. Beauty is deceptive; the love that beauty brings is fleeting. If you base your relationship only on this, then you have successfully sealed a relationship that has already ended even before it starts.

9. Money can’t really buy love    
Money can buy a whole lot of things, but true love isn’t really one of those. It can only fetch you temporary love. True love is a genuine feeling from the heart and does not need money to make it happen. Any love bought with money might fade away, especially when there is no money.

These nine truths are bitter, but they are sweet as far as relationships are concerned because they prevent you from regrettable mistakes. The earlier you take them seriously, the better for you! 
3 Main Reasons Why We Go Broke before the End of the Month

3 Main Reasons Why We Go Broke before the End of the Month

Most of us earn descent salaries or wages, but for some inexplicable reasons, we can't seem to have anything left before our next pay. Instead, we feed from hand to mouth. Some persons have attributed this problem to the 'little' amount they earn/receive at the end of the month or on an hourly basis. This is a lie from the pit of hell. Going broke before the end of the month depends on you, not on the amount you earn. In fact, there are persons who make so much, yet they can't make much of it. While some have too much on their hands, others have contributed to their own problems themselves. Below are 3 main reasons why we are still 'engaged' by 'Mr Broke', and how we can disengage ourselves from his long-standing engagement:
3 Main Reasons Why We Go Broke before the End of the Month

1. We can't differentiate our needs from our wants
There’s a huge difference between a need and a want. If you had visited the corridor of Economics, you would have known this. A need is a very pressing want you can’t survive without. A want, on the other hand, may not necessarily be pressing, and you can survive without it.

A lot of us don’t know this difference, and that’s why we end up spending so much more than we can afford. As you earn your salary or wage, think about the things you know you really have to get, go for them, and forget about spending for the month. This will really save your wallet and help you survive better. Chi-Chi Okonjo has a piece of advice for you and me.
3 Main Reasons Why We Go Broke before the End of the Month

2. We depend so much on a source of income
No matter how much we earn, we can’t really live on an income. This is because our wants are never ending, and the more money we have, the more they (our wants) get. So, we need to keep making that money. It is important we look for an alternative source of making money. Invest in a business if we have to, and we will never go broke. The screenshot below is also a perfect solution from Reno Omokri as regards this factor.
3 Main Reasons Why We Go Broke before the End of the Month

3. We find it very difficult to save
It is important to have savings. Anytime we receive our salaries or wages, after paying our bills, we should save at least 10 to 20% of our salaries or wages. If you cannot do this, then you have a problem. Your savings helps you stay afloat when things become unexpectedly unusual. You don’t expect them; they just happen anyway. Therefore, preparing for them is important.

Dec 2, 2018

December 2018: Cheapest Data Plans for MTN, Airtel, Glo, Ntel and 9mobile Users

December 2018: Cheapest Data Plans for MTN, Airtel, Glo, Ntel and 9mobile Users

As regards data bundles, this year has really been favourable to all Smartphone and PC users. The prices of data bundles have been surprisingly cheap, and all service providers (MTN, Glo, Airtel, Ntel and 9mobile) are still resolute to ensuring that their customers get the best deals even as the year gradually comes to an end. With these mind-blowing deals from service providers, this Christmas is technologically and digitally sure for all Smartphone (android, iOS) and PC users who make use of any of the following networks: 
December 2018: Cheapest Data Plans for MTN, Airtel, Glo, Ntel and 9mobile Users
With Ntel, you get a whopping 12GB for just N1000. Though you can’t view your balance since their site is still on maintenance, you can activate a data plan by walking into any Ntel store close to you. Its customer care is always ready to attend to your request(s) or complaint(s).

Presently, Ntel is faster than before; it doesn’t buffer when you stream with it. As a result, I advise you get a Ntel SIM card if you are in a state with Ntel network.

Inarguably, Glo is still the grandmaster of data, and if your Glo SIM card has been swept under your carpet due to its frustrating network signal, it is time to take it up because Glo is currently dishing out 2.4GB for N500 to abandoned old Glo SIM cards and new Glo SIM cards. Don't be scared, its browsing network is now stable in most locations. Just give it a try!

To be eligible for this offer,
1. You must purchase a new Glo SIM card, or must have an old Glo SIM card which you haven't subscribed for the past 90 days.

2. You must Migrate to Glo Yakata tariff plan by dialing *220#.

How to Subscribe to This Data Plan
1. Having migrated to Glo Yakata tariff plan, dial *100# to verify your tariff plan.

2. Recharge your line with N500 only, and you will be given free 600MB (Glo Yakata Bonus) + 1750 airtime to call all networks. Check your data balance by dialing *220*1#.

3. Since your N500 is still intact in the main account, dial *777# and select a data bundle of N500. This gives a whooping 1.8GB.

Glo OgaSim
Glo OgaSim gives you 125% bonus data whenever you recharge your line before your current plan expires. For instance, when you recharge with N1000, you get 4.8GB. N2500 gives you 14.4GB, with 30 days validity period. You can always top up or roll over. 

Airtel Triple Data Offer
This amazing offer has been blazing since 2017, but only a selected few are enjoying it. Airtel Triple data offer rewards you with 3x the amount of data that you purchase. For instance, if you purchase a data bundle of N500, which gives you 750MB, you will get 2.2GB. That is three times of the 750MB that you purchased. The same goes for other plans, but as usual, not all Airtel SIM cards are eligible for this offer.

How to Get 2.2GB for N500, 4.5GB for N1000, or 10.5GB for N2000 on Airtel
1. Send GET to 141. Afterwards, you should receive a message like the one below:
Dear Customer, Congratulations! You can enjoy 100% DATA BONUS ANYTIME EVERYDAY FOR THE NEXT 3 MONTHS
2. If you receive a message like the one above, continue with the next step. But if you don't, it means that you are not eligible for the offer.

3. Send MIFI to 141.

4. After that, recharge your SIM card with either N500 or N1000 airtime. You can also recharge with N2000 airtime if you like using the normal code: *126*rechargepin#.

5. If the recharge is successful, simply purchase any data plan that the airtime can afford, and you will get 3x the data volume purchased.

6. To check your data balance, simply dial *223#.

Cheapest Airtel Data Plan for YouTube Streaming
If you do more of YouTube streaming, you can subscribe to any of the Airtel Data Plans below:

1. Recharge N1000 and get 4.5GB data (1.5GB android data + 3GB YouTube streaming).

2. Recharge N2000 and get 9.5GB data (3.5GB android data + 6GB YouTube streaming).

3. Recharge N2500 and get 15GB data (5GB android data + 10GB YouTube streaming).

4. Recharge N3500 and get 17 GB data (7GB android data + 10 GB YouTube streaming).

5. Recharge N4000 and get 19GB data (9GB android data + 10GB YouTube streaming).

Each of these data plans has a 30-day validity period, and the YouTube free data is usable only at night. If you are interested in any of the aforementioned Airtel Data Plans for YouTube streaming, dial *323# and follow the prompt to subscribe.

I recommend third party data resellers like Tammy's MTN Data Deals where you get:

1. 1GB for N600

2. 2GB for N1100

3. 3GB for N1650

4. 4GB for N2100

5. 5GB for N2600

This is a promotional offer; therefore, it lasts until December 31, 2018. Should you see anyone that is within your budget, kindly call/whatsapp Tammy on 08035232107. For more information, check the image below.
December 2018: Cheapest Data Plans for MTN, Airtel, Glo, Ntel and 9mobile Users

Nothing has changed as regards 9mobile data plans/bundles. We just hope its new owner(s) will dish out something irresistible soon. 

Nov 29, 2018