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Federal Government of Nigeria Approves One Billion Scholarship Grant
The Federal Scholarship Board in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education is offering 2019/2020 Bilateral Education Agreement (BEA) Scholarship Award to Nigeria youths (citizens in diaspora inclusive) who wish to continue their Undergraduate and/or Postgraduate studies abroad. This Scholarship is available for Undergraduates, Masters and PhD studies in any of the under listed abroad University of your choice.
- Undergraduate Program: Engineering, Geology, Sciences, Mathematics, Languages, Environmental Sciences, Law, Social Sciences, Biotechnology, Agriculture, Medicine.
- Postgraduate Program: Masters Degree and PhD in all discipline
- Undergraduate Study: UK, USA, Canada, Australia, France, China, India, Singapore, Switzerland and Egypt.
- Postgraduate Study: UK, USA, Canada, Australia, China and India.
NOTE: Apply through the online portal.
The slot for Undergraduate Scholarship is unlimited. It is available for citizens in diaspora. However, any one that secures this scholarship slot must agree to go for the one year NYSC service scheme upon graduation from the undergraduate studies. Awardee who defaults from this obligation will not be able to secure postgraduate scholarship from this board. Again, such person will not be allowed to gain employment into any institution owned by Nigeria government.
- Applicants must have at least 5 credits (English inclusive) from WAEC (or its equivalence) in subjects relevant to their discipline.
- The O Level certificate must not be more than four (4) years from the day of application.
- Applicants must not combine/submit more than two O Level certificates.
- Applicants must not be less than 18 years old from the time of receiving this scholarship award.
The slot for postgraduate scholarship is limited to only 500 applicants this years. The above reason is to enable Nigeria government have an adequate control in ensuring that these citizens contribute positively to the development of Nigeria upon graduation. Awardee who returns to the country upon graduation will be given an automatic employment in his field of studies.
- Applicants must have completed and acquired a first degree certificate from a recognized tertiary institution in Nigeria or abroad.
- Applicants must have completed his/her NYSC and must submit a photocopy of his/her NYSC certificate.
- Applicants must not be more than 45 years old from the time of receiving this scholarship award.
- Free accommodation and tuition
- Research grants
- Health insurance
- Travel expenses and other necessary supplements
- The scholarship is equally open to Nigerians in diaspora.
- Applicants are not required to make any manual or on-line payments.
- Application and submission of required information and materials is online and free.
- Cl1ck the link below to apply now.
Man Whose Farts Can kill Mosquitoes Paid Millions By Mosquito Repellent Company
An old man, Joe Rwamirama from Kampala, Uganda is cashing in on his unique and deadly farts that kill mosquitoes instantly.
Two big mosquito repellent companies are paying Joe millions to study his farts so they can convert them into a mosquito repellent product. Joe’s good fart can drop all flying insects not bigger than mosquitoes dead within a 6-meter radius.
Even as a small child growing up in a village in Uganda, Joe’s farts were known and appreciated to a point where the local chief always took in young joe and live with him during malaria seasons.
No one near joe had ever caught Malaria, bbnaija has learned. Joe himself had no idea how a mosquito bite feels like.
“I eat ordinary food just like everyone else but no insect can lay a foot on me, not even a fly. I smell like a normal man and I bath daily and my farts are just like everyone else, they are only dangerous to small insects especially mosquitoes. Imagine buying a Raid can with my face on it”. Laughs Joe who just turned 48 last week.
Scientists believe what happened to Joe is probably just some type of evolution mutation combination to survive malaria.
BBNaija’s Cindy Lands Ambassadorial Deal With Abia State Government
Reality star, Cindy Okafor has bagged an ambassadorial deal with the Abia State government under the leadership of Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu. The reality star has been made the ambassador for ‘Made in Aba products’, a project the Abia State Governor, is passionate about. The excited reality star, shared the news saying: “I am so excited, to represent such great course.Made in Aba project is something the Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu is very passionate about.Becoming the Ambassador for such a great course is something I am exceptionally proud of.Swipe to the last video to see why Aba is called the African Japan.Thank you Abia State Government for bringing me into this light.Thanks to the honourable commissioner for information John Okeiyi KaluAnd the Secretary to the State, Barr. Chris Ezem for the warm reception.Best home coming wlc EVER!”
Celebrities, Fans Mourn The Death Of Funke Akindele’s Dad
Fellow celebrities and fans have mourned the death of popular actress, Funke Akindele’s father.
Celebrities and fans of the Nollywood actress and producer, Funke Akindele-Bello, have taken to social media to mourn the loss of the actress’ father.
On Monday, Funke announced the death of her father, a retired school principal, on her Instagram page.
“Dad!!! May your soul Rest In Peace!! I tried Dad! I did!! We love you but God knows best!!! I wish I can turn back the hands of time”, the Jenifa’s Diary actress wrote.
Funke Akindele who welcomed a set of twins with her husband last year did not reveal the cause of her dad’s death. She also did not disclose any funeral plans.
However, hundreds of colleagues and fans started posted their messages of condolence for the actress.
“So sorry for your loss sis,” popular singer Waje wrote.
Another actress, Regina chukwu, commented, “Awwww May his soul Rest In Peace.”
Toyin Abraham said: “Ohh so sorry about this sis.”
Comedian @crazeclown wrote, “May daddy’s soul rest in peace. My heart goes out to the whole family, so sorry.
Anita Okoye wrote: “I’m so so sorry for your loss Sis. May God grant you and yours the strength to bear this huge loss” while Rechael Okonkwo comment reads, “Chai may God comfort you and may his soul Rest In Peace”
Funke Akindele shot into limelight after starring in popular United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-sponsored sitcom ‘I Need to know’, which ran from 1998 to 2002. She has acted in many movies and produced the award-winning series, Jenifa’s Diary.
She recently made her directorial debut in the socio-political comedy film, ‘Your Excellency’ scheduled to hit cinemas this December.