A young student has stirred many reactions online after she disclosed her interview with Daily Trust surfaced online. The lady who is a 400L student at the University Teaching Hospital, Ibadan (UCH) and also a shoemaker made many people react after she revealed that she might quit medicine to focus on show making.
One thing we must understand is that many people are not studying their dream courses in the university. Many people are either studying a course because of peer pressure or their parent’s decision. We have seen students who joined the science department in their secondary school and later end up in the entertainment industry. Typical examples are Falz and Ebuka who are both lawyers. Falz is now a well-known musician, while Ebuka is a popular TV personality.
However, a 22-year-old enterprising young girl identified as Adeosun Goodness Taiye, a 400L Dentistry student at UCH, has stirred reactions online after she revealed in an interview with Daily trust that she might abandon Medical School to focus on shoemaking.
When she was asked where she Intends to take her shoemaking business and if she intends to finish her medical school. In her words, she said: “I will probably abandon medicine and pursue shoemaking. She went in to say that she said she just wants to have the certificate because people will respect you if you have the certificate. She said she might be practising medicine but the brand will still be there”.
Nigerians reacted by praising her on her Twitter page.
Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) today announced that it has started the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and Direct Entry (DE) registration.
The exam body in a statement issued in Bwari, FCT, by its Head, Public Affairs and Protocols, Dr Fabian Benjamin, on Wednesday said all potential candidates must provide their National Identity Number (NIN) at the point of registration.
According to the spokesperson, NIN is mandatory for participation in the 2021 registration exercise.
Fabian also announced that UTME will hold from Saturday, June 5 to Saturday, June 19, 2021.
“Registration will take place in 700 centres across the country; the list is available in all the state offices of JAMB and on its website at
“The approved schedule for registration and examination is that registration exercise will start on Thursday, April 8 and end on Saturday, May 15, 2021.
“Candidates are also to note that the registration for Direct Entry applicants will run concurrently with that of UTME candidates.
“There will be no extension of time for the sale of the UTME or DE application documents.
“Mock examination will be held on Friday, April 30 for those who indicate interest and are registered before April 24.
The statement informed that venues of the examination would be at any of the centres in the candidate’s chosen examination town, adding that the registration fee for the 2021 application documents remained N3, 500 and N500 for recommended Reading Text.
The exam body explained that information regarding the registration processes and requirements would be made available on the board’s official website and also advertised in the electronic and print media from April 5.
A Nigerian lady, Boluwatife Ikwunne has set a new record in the history books of the University of Ibadan after being lucky to take up a role meant for a select few.
She took to LinkedIn to announce that she was picked as the speaker at the university’s 2021 matriculation, thus making her the youngest ever speaker in the institution’s history.
The elated Rhodes scholar-elect described the experience as one she will never forget in her life.
She also expressed gratitude for the opportunity given to her to lecture at the university she studied in over 8 years ago.
According to Boluwatife, the Vice Chancellor told her via a phone call that she will be the 2021 matriculation ceremony speaker.
She shared photos depicting how the event panned out. In some, she could be seen receiving an award plaque from the institution.
”When I got a call from the acting Vice Chancellor that I had been nominated to speak at the 2021 matriculation ceremony, to say I was stunned would be an understatement.
“I would be the youngest ever matriculation speaker in the history of the University of Ibadan.
“I knew that this was a huge responsibility, first to ensure that I did justice to the speech, communicating navigation keys to more than four thousand freshmen, and next to ensure that my performance would pave the way for this new tradition of younger generation matriculation speakers,” she wrote.
She received congratulatory messages from LinkedIn users. See some below:
Femi Awoyomi; Congratulations Boluwatife Ikwunne. More of God’s blessings as you shine brighter and brighter with more and more laurels in the future!”
Timileyin Olanipekun; This is huge! You’ve worn the shoes and cloak of the elders, and it fits perfect and feels not only surreal but nice — I guess (smiles) Congratulations Boluwatife Ikwunne!
This is a Life Changing Achievement..
Congratulations Miss Boluwatife!
Only those who honestly worked it through high school understands this feeling. You know that last year in secondary school, SS3 or Grade 12 as the students overseas may call it, it’s usually the most toughest. From writing college entrance exams to drafting application letters to various Universities. The last year in high school is usually the time you may get it all wrong. It only takes the determined and focused.
But Breonna challenged herself from the start of highschool year to write applications into 50 Universities and get accepted into them. That’s a big and long term goal to set. A lofty goal. A lay man may see it as setting up one’s self for disappointed, but Breonna knew what she wanted and went ahead to get it.
She worked all through her Grade 10 – Grade 12. Neglected the house parties and sleepovers to get this certificate. I have never seen hardwork not pay. Breonna revealed to her Insta followers yesterday, that she just received her 50th acceptance letter.
Ranging from John Hopkins University to Georgia State University to St. John’s University and Iowa State University. She got all their acceptances to become a member of their school. Now she better have options!
The Cherry on top is that she didn’t just get acceptances, she also received 17 different scholarships to study any course of her choice and is currently going viral for her good job. Once a rich education enthusiast gets hold of this news, they would ask the school of her choice to keep their money while they foot the bills.
Now Breonna have options. She may choose to study at Iowa or Georgia or even the famous John Hopkins. If I was her I’ll choose the one with better facilities, but it’s not me by the way. Let’s all learn to encourage our children to set goals and beat them.
Famous photographers is a topic that a lot of us agree on, but ask a group of photographers what makes a photo great, and you’ll get plenty of variety in their answers.
Some will offer answers that have to do with the technical nature of the photograph – it’s sharpness, the use of light, and so forth.
Others will comment about the artistry of the image – the framing or composition.
Still others will note the meaning and emotion of the photo.
Yet, ask who the best photographers of all time are, and you’re likely to get a much more streamlined set of answers.
Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Robert Capa, and, of course, many others, are the ones that consistently appear on the “best of” lists.
It makes sense that this is the case.
After all, photography is both a technical and an artistic venture, so it stands to reason that different aspects of a photo draw the eye of different photographers, which results in such wide variability in answers to the question, “What makes this photo good?”
But the question of “Who are the best photographers?” generates a slimmer list of answers because of the impact these people have had on photography.
We often see their pictures, read their books, read articles about them, and study their work.
Their photos serve as examples of what’s good but also act like baseball cards for baseball fans. By that, I mean that just like there are tons of great baseball players, there are tons of great photographers. But only a select few ever have their cards and photos on the “best of” lists or their names associated with being a hero.
Having a photography hero is imperative because it gives you a benchmark to work towards, a standard of work to achieve.
This “best of” list offers up best photographers of all time in no particular order. It’s by no means a complete list, but it’s a great starting point for you to find your photography hero to inspire your work.
Famous Photographers: Ansel Adams Biography
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Born: February 20, 1902
Died: April 22, 1984
Awards: Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, US & Canada (1946), Sierra Club John Muir Award (1963), Presidential Medal of Freedom (1981), Hasselblad Award (1981)
Perhaps the most well-known photographer of all time, Ansel Adams’ work likely adorns the walls of households and businesses more than any other photographer.
A master of black and white landscapes, Adams spent much of his time documenting the wilds of the American West, perhaps most famously Yosemite National Park in California and the Tetons and Snake River in Wyoming.
His photos helped lead the charge to protect nature and wildlife, a pursuit Adams was as passionate about as photography.
Ansel Adams Photography
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You can view and purchase replicas of Adams’ work via the Ansel Adams Gallery, an organization run by his family.
The photographs he took on behalf of the National Park Service are available to view from the National Archives.
Famous Photographers: Joseph Nicéphore Niépce Biography
Unknown [Public domain] via Wikimedia Commons
Born: March 7, 1765
Died: July 5, 1833
You might not recognize any of the photos that Niépce took, but you will probably recognize his name associated with the world’s first photograph. He developed heliography, in which a print was created from an engraved printing plate. That was way back in 1825.
Just a couple of years later, he used a camera obscura to create the oldest surviving photograph, an image he titled View From the Window at Le Gras seen above.
It’s not the best photo – I’ll be the first to admit that – but the fact that Niépce is considered one of the fathers of photography, he gets a spot on the list.
Joseph Nicéphore Niépce Photography
By Joseph Nicéphore Niépce [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
George Eastman Museum [Public domain] via Wikimedia Commons
Born: November 18, 1787
Died: July 10, 1851
For all you photography history buffs, Louis Daguerre created the process of the Daguerreotype, which was the first photography process used for commercial purposes.
That doesn’t mean the Daguerreotype was a simple process, though.
Creating a photo involved exposing a silver-plated copper sheet to iodine crystals, which in turn created a layer of silver iodide on the plate that was sensitive to light. Exposing the plate to light in a camera produced an image, but only after an impossibly long exposure.
However, Daguerre soon discovered that the “negative” created by the image – which was obtained much faster than the typical exposure – could be developed into a photo. That makes him one of the fathers of photography alongside Niépce.
Above are the list containing the famous photographers in history and the amazing photographs they took.
There are some really amazing “do you know” facts and are almost unbelievable. Here are 10 out of these facts.
1. Albert Einstein’s brain was stolen
Knowing the kind of brain he possessed, the physicist gave special instructions about his body’s disposal when he died. He said his body shouldn’t be worshiped neither should his brain be studied. He wanted his body to be cremated instead. However, the pathologist on call that time (Thomas Harvey) stole his brain instead. The brain is still been preserved till now.
2. A single watermelon was once sold $6,125
A man in the year 2008 bought an almost black watermelon for the price of $6,125. He said the watermelon was hard and crisp and has another level of sweetness than the ones we’re used to eating.
3. “Arachibutyrophobia” is the fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth.
It’s almost normal for people to have phobias for a lot of things like heights, spiders and so on. However, this is one strange one which actually exists.
4. It’s illegal to own just one guinea pig In Switzerland
Guinea pigs are social animals there and therefore require the company of another guinea pig. That is why it is illegal to have just one guinea pig there.
5. It takes only six minutes for alcohol to affect the brain
Researchers have proven that six minutes after taking alcohol, some changes are already occurring in the brain. Even if the person isn’t tipsy, the person isn’t sober too.
6. “Strengths” is the longest English word with just one vowel
This word contains nine letters with 8 of them being consonants and just one been a vowel. This is the longest word in English language with just one vowel.
7. An Ostrich’s eye is bigger than it’s brain
8. Lemon contains more sugar than strawberries
Most people believe that lemon because it’s bitter, contain less or no sugar while strawberries that are really sweet contain more sugar. This isn’t the case though as lemon actually contains more sugar.
9. The mostly used alphabet is the letter “E”.
10. The top 3 and most used language in the world is Mandarin Chinese, Spanish and English.
People must understand that the arrangement of names is standard across the globe. When you’re asked to mention or write your name, call/write your first name first before any other names and the name that comes last is presumed to be your last name/surname. For example, if you’re James and your surname is John, in writing your name, write James John not the other way round.
All over the globe, the standard practice is:
Middle name(s) if any
Surname or Last Name
However, if you write your surname first, always put comma so that readers can identify it as such. For example, if you write *John, James* a reader will know that John is your surname and James is your first name.
Another acceptable practice is : you write your surname in caps and keep the first name in lower keys. For instance, *JOHN James* will communicate to every reader that your surname is John and your first name is James.
Also, if you want to introduce yourself with your titles, mention the first name first in the sequence. For example; I am
Prof/Dr./Rev./Mr. James John*
It tells a reader that James is your first name while John is your last. In instances where you mention your surname first after your title, don’t add your first name. For example, “Hello, I am Mr. John” don’t add your first name James.
People are losing juicy jobs due to these minor mistakes they make at job interviews. Stop mentioning your surname before your first name. Surnames always come last that’s why in some jurisdictions, they specifically call it your *Last Name*.
This is meant for ladies who don’t really have sexy and attractive ass which is making a lot of men run away from them. Here are some things I tried or let me say I practiced which made me develop a big, sexy and attractive ass in three days. Check for them below:
1. Stop putting on slim or very tight clothes: If you’re slim, you need to stop putting on slim clothes, this won’t give your ass enough opportunity to develop itself. If you’re doing this as a slim lady, you need to stop with immediately.
2. Massage: As a slim lady, you need to give your ass an everyday massage with olive oil before taking your bathe, this will warm of your ass and make it feel relaxed. This is the main thing you need to do to develop your ass into sexy and attractive one which a lot of men outside there will be craving for.
3. Do not use enlargement: Applying of enlargement will really cause some side effects on your ass, that’s very obvious. Let it come out naturally, what you can only apply is the olive oil I explained earlier.
If you are still worried about your ass not being sexy and big enough, just try those three things and thank me later. For more info, just follow, like and share our page. Thanks