Friday, 8 February 2019

Reasons You Should Use JAMB Past-Questions To Prepare In The Coming UTME

Reasons You Should Use JAMB Past-Questions To Prepare In The Coming UTME

Reasons You Should Use JAMB Past-Questions To Prepare In The Coming UTME


If you have ever wondered how people finish answering JAMB questions very fast and still score
very high, this article is for you.
JAMB past questions are the prophecy of future questions.
JAMB doesn’t have new questions to set. All they do is to modify the previous year's questions.
I am going to introduce you to how the use of JAMB past questions can boost your 2019/2020 JAMB score exponentially.
Without wasting much time, below are the reasons why you should
use JAMB past questions for JAMB 2019.
Check out the reasons below:-
1. JAMB question packs are easily available and affordable. You can easily get one for yourself in any
store around.
2. JAMB past questions and answers make you know what the examiner demands from you.
3. JAMB past questions will make you know what to expect in the examination.
4. The use of JAMB pack makes you know the areas JAMB focuses more on.
5. It helps you test if you are really ready for the exam.
6. Studying along with questions makes you know your area of weakness in each subject and how to
overcome.
7. Past questions help you to manage time. Since it puts you in the exam condition, time won’t be a big problem to you in the exam hall.
8. It helps you remember everything in the exam hall since you have solved similar problems.
9. You can score 350+ easily in JAMB when you practice with past questions.
10. JAMB 2019 is likely going to be tough.
11. JAMB has become a major factor in giving admission. Since you do not know whether PostUTME will hold in the 2019/2020 admission session, you will want to score very high.
12. Use of past questions boosts your confidence.
13. It makes you know how to answer JAMB questions.
14. You will never regret the use of JAMB questions for JAMB 2019/2020.
Therefore, I urge you to go and get a question pack for yourself and start studying as soon as possible.

Tuesday, 11 September 2018

LITERACY RATE IN NIGERIA: SOUTH EAST TOPS CHART, FOLLOWED BY SOUTH WEST

ABIA STATE and Other SOUTH EAST states once again trail the blaze as the Most Literate States in Nigeria followed by South Western States.

IMO State led the pack of States with 96% followed by Imo  STATE at 96%, ANAMBRA STATE at 92%, EKITI STATE 95% RIVERS STATE 95% and. ABIA STATE at 94%

While Yobe is last on the Chart 7% trailing behind KATSINA with 10%, the Home state of PRESIDENT MOHAMMADU BUHARI and Late PRESIDENT Umaru Musa Yar'adua.

While SOUTH EAST performed creditably well on the log, Northern Regions are on the backwaters of Academic Excellence.

Sunday, 9 September 2018

ABIA RETURNS SCHOOLS TO ASSEMBLIES OF GOD CHURCH

Abia returns schools to Assemblies of God Church



Abia State Government has returned East Street Primary School and Clifford Road Primary School, both in Aba, to the Assemblies of God Church, who where the original owners of the schools.

The State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu made the announcement during the 2018 Men’s Day celebration of the Assemblies of God Church, 222 Clifford Road, Aba, in response to the plea made by the church.

He directed the Commissioner for Education, Prof Ikechi Mgbeoji, to liaise with the church authorities to ensure that the hand over process is completed by October 2018.

In their address rea
d by the Secretary of the Men’s Ministry, Deacon David J. Okai, the church passionately pleaded with the Governor to facilitate the return of the schools to their church, a process they said started during the immediate past government in the state, but was stalled due to the leadership crisis in the church then, which has been settled.

“Your Excellency, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu Sir, please on behalf of the entire church, we are appealing with you to approve the recovery of our primary schools; East Street and Clifford road primary schools which were approved by governor T. A. Orji in his tenure, but because of of the Internal misunderstanding we had then, it was withheld. Now that it has been resolved, we plead that you use your good office and give them back to us. This church will never forget you for helping us out. We thank you in anticipation for doing it for us, Your Excellency. Divinity and humanity will never forget you in Jesus name, Amen.”

Responding after the Governor announced the pledge to return the schools, the Assistant District Superintendent of the Church, Rev Don Njoku, thanked the Governor for his kind gesture and assured him that the church will continue to support and pray for his government.

Earlier in his address, the President of the Men’s Ministry of the Church, Deacon Kalu Egbe, applauded the leadership and development strides of the governor and assured him of the support of the men of the church in his determined efforts to positively change the narrative of Aba and Abia State.

Governor Ikpeazu who was received at the Church by Rev (Dr) Ogboso Ejindu, Assistant District Superintendent and the executives of the men’s ministry was accompanied by top Government officials including the Commissioner for Agriculture, Rt Hon. Uzor Azubuike, Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Chief Umeh Kalu, SAN, Commisioner for Information, Chief John Okiyi Kalu, Commissioner For Petroleum, Barr Chizuru Kanu and Chairman of Aba South LGA, Chief Emmanuel Emereuwa, later received prayer support from members of the church and a special portrait.

Abia State Government has returned East Street Primary School and Clifford Road Primary School, both in Aba, to the Assemblies of God Church, who where the original owners of the schools.

The State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu made the announcement during the 2018 Men’s Day celebration of the Assemblies of God Church, 222 Clifford Road, Aba, in response to the plea made by the church.

He directed the Commissioner for Education, Prof Ikechi Mgbeoji, to liaise with the church authorities to ensure that the hand over process is completed by October 2018.

In their address read by the Secretary of the Men’s Ministry, Deacon David J. Okai, the church passionately pleaded with the Governor to facilitate the return of the schools to their church, a process they said started during the immediate past government in the state, but was stalled due to the leadership crisis in the church then, which has been settled.

“Your Excellency, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu Sir, please on behalf of the entire church, we are appealing with you to approve the recovery of our primary schools; East Street and Clifford road primary schools which were approved by governor T. A. Orji in his tenure, but because of of the Internal misunderstanding we had then, it was withheld. Now that it has been resolved, we plead that you use your good office and give them back to us. This church will never forget you for helping us out. We thank you in anticipation for doing it for us, Your Excellency. Divinity and humanity will never forget you in Jesus name, Amen.”

Responding after the Governor announced the pledge to return the schools, the Assistant District Superintendent of the Church, Rev Don Njoku, thanked the Governor for his kind gesture and assured him that the church will continue to support and pray for his government.

Earlier in his address, the President of the Men’s Ministry of the Church, Deacon Kalu Egbe, applauded the leadership and development strides of the governor and assured him of the support of the men of the church in his determined efforts to positively change the narrative of Aba and Abia State.

Governor Ikpeazu who was received at the Church by Rev (Dr) Ogboso Ejindu, Assistant District Superintendent and the executives of the men’s ministry was accompanied by top Government officials including the Commissioner for Agriculture, Rt Hon. Uzor Azubuike, Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Chief Umeh Kalu, SAN, Commisioner for Information, Chief John Okiyi Kalu, Commissioner For Petroleum, Barr Chizuru Kanu and Chairman of Aba South LGA, Chief Emmanuel Emereuwa, later received prayer support from members of the church and a special portrait.

Thursday, 30 August 2018

ABIA SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAM IS 2 YEARS OLD AND STILL COUNTING

Abia School Feeding Program is 2 years old and still counting

When the free school meal program was introduced by Governor Okezie Ikpeazu in 2016, the usual crowd of naysayers expressed doubts, made all kinds of politically motivated noise and attempted to poo poo the program describing it as unnecessary and unsustainable.

Governor Ikpeazu was undaunted and pressed on, with the initial contributions to the program made by Abia farmers and philanthropists led by Chief Raymond Aliga of Goodseed Farms Ltd.

It is important to note that Abia State Government, led by Governor Ikpeazu, started free school feeding before the federal Government launched its version of the same program.

Later, the state keyed into the federal government program to fund the feeding of primary 1-3 pupils only.

After the federal Government took over the funding of the feeding of pupils of primary 1-3, Abia State Government decided to add primary 4-6 for a simple reason explained by Gov Ikpeazu.

“I cannot as a first son or elder brother take my younger one to school daily and you feed only him but expect me to remain calm, happy and keep coming to school enthusiastically. It will therefore  be demotivating, and the humane response from us was to take up the funding of the feeding of primary 4 to 6 pupils to ensure family peace, equity and fairness.”

Today, Abia is the ONLY state in Nigeria where primary one to six pupils are fed daily.

The result is that public primary school enrolment in Abia schools has improved from about 150,000 pupils in 2015 to more than 600,000 pupils currently.

Abia children are healthier and more excited about going to school than they were before Gov. Ikpeazu came to office while their parents are relieved that some burden has been taken off them.

Even teachers in Abia primary schools are fed, in addition to their retraining program, anchored by Australian education service providers launched by Governor Ikpeazu to ensure improvements in quality of teaching in Abia schools.

Permit me to inform you that in the coming months, ASUBEB will be launching another aggressive teachers re-training program on behalf of Abia State Government, which will cover teachers in primary and junior secondary schools in the state as part of efforts to ensure that Abia remains many more miles ahead of others in education, not just the confirmed number ONE.

Concurrently, 304 new classroom blocks have been constructed by Governor Ikpeazu with furniture already provided in about 112 of the new classrooms while others are receiving finishing touches.

Note that the school furnitures are 100% Made In Abia by Abians duly trained through Governor Ikpeazu’s skill development programs.

Power of incumbency

In September 2017, Governor Ikpeazu described his understanding of power of incumbency as follows:

“My personal understanding of power of incumbency is that you start working for your people from day one so that when it is election time your work will speak for you.”

Fast forward.

Yesterday, over 5,300 cooks employed by the government for the feeding program, under the umbrella of Abia Primary School Cooks Association (APSCA) their spouses and children, stormed Okpara Auditorium Umuahia to thank Governor Ikpeazu and his wife, Deaconess Nkechi Ikpeazu, who anchored the program,  for providing them with a means of livelihood.

The cooks endorsed Governor Ikpeazu and pledged their PVCs to him in 2019.

If the cooks live up to their pledge, Governor Ikpeazu is already assured of 5300 confirmed votes without campaigning. Add their spouses and adult children of voting age, you will likely have a minimum of 15,000 assured votes at a time Governor Ikpeazu’s rivals are spending money to organize rallies to welcome 20 new members with no cogent tie to their candidacy..

That is the electoral power of hard work by an incumbent Governor.

JOK



Sunday, 29 July 2018

WAEC RANKING: ABIA STATE TAKES FIRST POSITION AS SOUTH EAST STATES DOMINATES TOP POSITION

In NIGERIA, ABIA STATE LEADS, OTHERS FOLLOW...

The latest WAEC ranking in terms of outstanding Performance of the 36 states is as follow :

Abia - 1st
Anambra - 2nd
Edo - 3rd
Rivers - 4th
Imo - 5th
Lagos - 6th
Bayelsa - 7th
Delta - 8th
Enugu -9th
Ebonyi - 10th
Ekiti - 11th
Kaduna - 12th
Ondo - 13th
Abuja - 14th
Kogi - 15th
Benue - 16th
Akwa Ibom - 17th
Kwara - 18th
Ogun - 19th
Cross River - 20th
Taraba - 21st
Plateau - 22nd
Nassarawa -23rd
Kano - 24th
Borno - 25th
Oyo - 26th
Niger - 27th
Adamawa -28th
Osun -29th
Sokoto - 30th
Bauchi - 31st
Kebbi - 32nd
Katsina - 33rd)
Gombe - 34th
Jigawa 35th

Zamfara - 36th
Yobe - 37th

▪Culled from Punch Newspapers

Sunday, 1 July 2018

IKPEAZU MAKES CASE FOR A SAFE FUTURE

Ikpeazu makes case for a safe future.

The Governor of Abia State, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu has said that the future generation would be spared the agony and evils of present day social vices prevalent in the society, if parents would go back to the positive basic role of parenting.

Dr Ikpeazu regretted that many parents have neglected the role of shaping positively the lives of children committed in their care by God and this have seen many of them become threat to the society instead of being pride and useful to their parents and the state.

Speaking during the dedication and thanksgiving service of Gweremarachi and Chimemalam Wamah, the twins babies of the State Head of Service (HOS), Sir Onyii Wamah held at the Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral Parish, Umuikpeyi Nvosi in IsialaNgwa South Local government, charged parents to reflect on how beautiful they have fared in living up to the responsibilities of bringing up their children in line with God's injunction.

Represented by his deputy, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu, Dr ikpeazu described children as precious gifts from God stating that God ordained procreation in fulfillment of His injunction to man to go and multiply and replenish the earth.

He therefore warned that to engage in abortion or encourage it negates God's divine purpose and assignment for man.

The governor appreciated God for what He has done in the life of Sir Onyii Wamah and his family in blessing them with wonderful twin babies and prayed that God's mercies and grace would always manifest in their lives to enable them become useful and worthy ambassadors  of their parents, the state and the society at large.

Dr Ikpeazu used the forum to appreciate the Church for their fervent and sustained prayers on the governance of the state which have not only contributed  to the peace, stability and progress of the state but on the modest achievements the government have recorded in all aspect of development across the state and urged them not to relent as government would always identify with them as partners in development.

In his words of appreciation, the State HOS and father of the twins, Sir Onyii Wamah said that he had every cause to glorify and thanked God stating that he was overwhelmed with joy for experiencing God's double blessings several years after they had their last child.

Sir Wamah thanked the state governor and his deputy, government functionaries, friends and well wishers for their great show of love and for identifying with him and his family at this period of joy and thanksgiving.

Earlier in his sermon,  entitled: Divine rescue from poverty, sickness and death, the Parish Priest,  Rev Father Pascal Ahamba reminded Christians that various afflictions and storms are problems man had to contend with in life but assured that God would always show up and rescue of His people if they would exercise great faith in Him just like the woman with the issue of blood  and Jairus did and received instant solution to their problems.

Father Ahamba stressed the need for Christians to separate themselves from the crowd and do the extraordinary just like the two did in order to get answer to their needs.