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Federal  Polytechnic students stood on their ground gallantly today to show the Oppressors that they are not cowards.

Everyone of them marching behind their this morning made people believe there is a reward for every deed.

The panel which was scheduled to hold by 10am today was later shifted to 1pm as the management were meeting this morning.

Venue of the incidence was investigated by the panel and the *CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE STUDENTS’ UNION (STUDENT LAWYER)* around 12pm.

Information later came some minutes to 1pm that the panel sitting has been shifted till tomorrow by 10:30am.

Out of curiosity, there was need to know such happened and it was gathered that the Oppressors were afraid of us saying we have gathered together on campus today so they won’t be able to appear in front of the panel.

_Oppressors will surely die a thousand death before death comes_
If our gathering can scare them away, imagine what our united voice can achieve, Comr. Qido said

Comr. Qido encourages students that gather in support of their *GRAND COMMANDER OF ALL ALUTA VOICES, THE LIBERATOR OF THE OPPRESSED AND THE FEARLESS LEADER,* to endeavor to do the same tomorrow to show the oppressor that they will never be tired until *FREEDOM IS TOTALLY FREE.*

Note: The panel now scheduled to hold on Tuesday 10th, September , 10:30AM.



*QIDO will write you again*


Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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Step by Step Guide to Successful Admission



Step by Step Guide to Successful Admission FPE CONNECT AND UPDATE 20191108 104627

Step by Step Guide to Successful Admission
Getting admitted into a university/polytechnic of your choice can be very exciting, the prospect of undertaking new challenges and making life choices that would shape your future. However, the long process before even being considered for admission can be a daunting process. It can be compared to applying for a visa, and if you do not meet the requirements or have missing documents you most certainly would not be admitted. If you want to study in Europe, you might wonder what the admission requirements is for the country and university you are interested in applying to and how might you be better prepared to improve your chances of getting in. In this article, I have outlined six main points to consider when applying into a university.
It is important to take note that every country in Europe has different requirements for admission and even further every university in a particular country has its individual requirements for the courses they offer. Therefore, it would be virtually impossible to provide information for all these institutions of higher education. However, there is a guideline you can follow that would be useful regardless of which country or university/polytechnic you intend applying to.
1. Choose a Course: The first thing you need to do when planning to apply to a university is to have chosen a degree course you want to study. You need to determine what course you are passionate about and read as much as you can about this course. You need to develop great passion for your field of study, knowing as much as you can about it and also being able to tell yourself and others the reason behind your choice. The reason behind the course you have chosen should not just be because it is easy to find a job, or the financial pay is high for this particular field. The reason it is important to choose something you are passionate about is that during your course of study, you will face lots of challenges and hurdles and if you are not really interested in the course, you will suffer burnout and crash. At this point, it’s the passion for the field you have chosen that will drive you to succeed and not some material end game.
2. Know the basic entry requirements: The next step on the road to admission is to know the basic entry requirements. This is the requirement any student interested in applying into a university must meet regardless of the intended field of study. If you want to apply to a university in Europe, the basic entry requirements include:
Secondary/High School Leaving Certificate and Transcripts; this certificate indicates that you have completed high school and are qualified to apply for tertiary education.
Test of English Fluency*: You need to prove that you can read, write and study your course in the English language. TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent english exam is required
Letter(s) of recommendation: A written letter from an authority figure who knows you and can vouch for you e.g your school head, employer e.t.c
International Passport: important for visa application and travel
Medical Certificate: To prove you are medically certified to enter the country of study
Evidence of Financial Support: You need to prove that you are financially capable of supporting your education for at least the first year.
Application fee: You might be required to pay an application fee to process your application depending on the university.
* Some universities may not require a proof of English fluency especially if the course is taught in another language other than English.
These are just the basic requirements you need to have if you want to apply to study in Europe.
3. Further Entry requirements: Now that you have known the basic entry requirements to study in Europe, you need to find out the specific admission requirements for the particular course you have chosen and the university. To do this, you need to visit the official website of the university you want to apply to and search for the entry requirements for your course under the course page. You can easily navigate to this page by using the search field of the site.
4. Gather Your Documents: After finding the basic entry requirements and specific admission requirement, you need to start putting your documents together. To do this, it would be helpful to make a list of the documents that are required and adding a checkbox beside each item. You then check-off each document as you obtain them. This would help simplify your application process and reduce stress.
5. Check for Scholarships and Grants: If you know you are going to need some form of financial aid during your academic year, it’s important that you search for scholarships and loans early enough. This is because these financial aids are limited and lots of students are applying for them. Applying early would improve your chances of being considered and also avoiding the deadline. You can search for scholarships on the websites of universities you apply to or scholarship sites. You can also check for the latest scholarships in our scholarship forum where we constantly add new scholarships and application procedure.
6. Apply before the Deadline: This is a very important step in the application process. After making the effort to put together the necessary to documents required to apply to the university of your choice, it would be very disappointing if you miss the deadline date for admissions application. Therefore, it is important that you know the application deadline of the university you want to apply to and more importantly submit your application before this deadline. If you however miss the deadline, you may still be able to submit a late application. Some universities accept late applications under certain terms. You can find out if your desired university is accepting late applications.
These are the six steps that would guide your university application if you if you want to study in Europe. I hope you find them helpful and wish you the best with your application.

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Stay safe! How to protect yourself and your loved ones from Yahoo inheritance scheme



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Stay safe! How to protect yourself and your loved ones from Yahoo inheritance scheme

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Yahoo fraudsters are constantly coming up with new ways to get money from people. Inheritance Yahoo format is one of the ways, which they often use to deceive the Internet users. This article will discuss the Yahoo scam format which involves inheritance and show you how to prevent yourself from being scammed.
Latest scam format
Lots of Nigerians have heard about Yahoo boys, and unfortunately, some people are familiar with their tricks from their own unlucky experiences. Yahoo boys are internet fraudsters who usually hide behind the Yahoo e-mail addresses, that is they are called so. Most of them have no official job, and the only thing they can do for a living is to deceive innocent people. According to the statistical data that was provided by the police, Yahoo boys are often university students, who are afraid of unemployment. However, older people who are more experienced are also involved in Internet crimes.
Yahoo boy business became really prominent at the beginning of the 2000s, when not so many African people had Internet and were aware of common fraud schemes on the worldwide web, so they easily fell for various deceitful tricks. Later, people started raising more awareness about Yahoo scams. However, the fact that Yahoo boy business still brings the fraudsters a lot of money shows that there are users who still fall for them.
The Yahoo scam formats are different. Sometimes, the fraudsters send e-mails with a sad story where someone is ill and needs money. The dating format is also very popular – the criminal poses as a beautiful woman or handsome man, and makes you fall in love with her/him, then starts asking to send money for different purposes. The other scam is getting an e-mail that your bank account is suspended, and you need to send money to unlock it.
We will also be talking about the inheritance Yahoo format, which originated in the early 2000s and is still quite common. Sometimes, it is also called “Nigerian scam”, because Nigerian fraudsters often go as far as deceiving people from other countries, and they have already earned the bad reputation.
Inheritance scam
So, what is the inheritance Yahoo scam all about? This is easy: you get a new e-mail in your inbox. You click and see the message from someone you have never seen before. They sent you a story about you inheriting a large amount of money. Sometimes, the inheritance document can be attached. The stories can be different:
The wealthy official has died after a brief illness, and the one who is writing to you is their successor, who now has a lot of money and possessions. There is a problem with division of the dead official’s property, so they have moved their part to the security and finance firm, and are looking for someone who is willing to buy it.
The dying father told the person who is writing that there is a deposited sum of money that he saved at the security company. Now their mother is seriously ill too, and they are unable to access the money because the mother is not Nigerian. They are looking for a way to claim the money, and for this, they need an assistant. However, the security company told them that before their money is released, they will have to pay for demurrage – that is why they need someone to pay for them. The person promises you that you will get your share of their money afterwards.
The dying father revealed that he has left a large sum of money in the bank, and told the person to look for the foreigner who will assist the person in transferring these funds abroad. Of course, you will have to make some payments for this person, and they promise you to give a large percent of the total sum.
Again, the dying father has left the person big money in Ghana or another African country, and they are unable to access the funds. You are someone who they are willing to trust with their family fortune. Just like with the previous versions, you will need to make payments, before they grant you with the generous gift of 10 to 25 percent from their total sum.
The father was killed in the political crisis, and he was saving some money for the election, which was inherited by the writer. They are choosing you as a business partner and asking for assistance.
Someone close to the writer died, and they are searching for a trustworthy person who will manage the funds that the deceased person has left. For this, they will earn your trust to make you pay them and possibly get your personal details.
The father of the writer died in the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attack in New York, and before his death, he used to be the owner of the company. You probably can predict what comes next – the person inherited large money from the dead father, and wants you to help them manage this money – which, of course, means that you will have to trust them with your personal data, and make some payments for getting a big part of this sum in return.
As you can see, all these stories are very similar to each other and follow the same scheme. Sometimes, the grammar and spelling of the writer are poor. But usually, they will use some word constructions that will make you either feel sorry for them or trust them. This is the catch – you should never, under any circumstances, believe these people. If you send them the money that they need, they will not give you any sum in return. In fact, they will disappear, change their e-mail address, and go on sending scams to other people who are likely to fall for their scheme.
Some of these e-mails are also trying to trick you into giving the person your credit card details. Providing these details to anyone, even the bank workers, is dangerous. They should always remain private and known only by you. Besides, the person who sent you this e-mail is someone unknown, who you have never met, so it is impossible for you to guess their real motives.
READ ALSO: Yahoo format for dating: all you should know to avoid scammers
What can I do to protect myself from the fraudsters?
Even if you are fully aware of the scams, some of your friends and relatives may still be vulnerable to falling for the fraud schemes. So, you can share the protection means with them and keep them safe from Yahoo scammers:
Sending someone your card details and other personal information that is linked to your money is strictly forbidden if you want to stay safe. Only trusted people, like your family, can know these details. Giving them to strangers would lead to unexpected consequences, which, as you have already guessed, will not be pleasant.
Arranging anything with strangers who are asking for payment will most often result in permanent loss of money. It is very rare that people recover the money that they have lost to the scammer.
If you have received a suspicious message, do not rush into believing everything you see and negotiating with them. It will only make things worse for you. Seek advice from someone who knows these things, such as a lawyer, financial planner, accountant or a family member who has had experience with fraudsters.
Look up the name of the fraudster on the Internet. Even if the story seems believable to you, you should never jump into instantly sending money to this person. Often, a simple Google search of their name can do wonders. You can often find other victims of their fraud this way and read their stories.
If you see a scam e-mail in your inbox, it is strongly not recommended to respond to it and ask questions. The fraudsters are good at persuasion. They will find a way to play on your emotions and make you fall for their scheme. It is much better just to leave it without reply.
Always remember that it is highly unlikely you can get a huge amount of money without effort, or someone is willing to trust you with their funds – especially if they have never seen you before. This is a good scenario, but in the majority of cases completely unrealistic. And if you got a suspicious e-mail that touches the inheritance topic, it is definitely a scam, the sole purpose of which is to make money off your trust.
If you or your friends were scammed into providing personal details, you should immediately contact the bank or other financial institution and seek help. You are also advised to report scams to the authorities, including the detailed description of them (e.g., screenshots of the e-mails you received). Perhaps it will prevent other people from making mistakes.
Spread the word to people you know, especially those who you consider being most likely to fall into the trap of the fraudsters. Always stay safe and alert!

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