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Lessons We Could Learn From Melinda and Bill Gates’ Divorce – Chief Chukwudị Nwokoye writes (Must Read)

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Lessons We Could Learn From Melinda and Bill Gates’ Divorce

-No marriage is made in heaven or perfect.
-That marriage has lasted for decades does not mean that it has no challenges.

-Marriage is not bed of roses as some people paint it on social media.

-Money does not guarantee happy marriage.
-Money does not guarantee happiness.

-No one should continue to live in a “patch patch” marriage/relationship that has long failed or no longer working and cannot be revived.

-People should take social media love with a pinch of salt.

-No couple is inseparable, especially if the couples are not living in same culture as you.

-A person’s happiness is more important than what the world feels about you.

-If your marriage has failed irretrievably, it is your choice whether to continue to persevere or not.

-Marriage is a bond between two people who decide to make it work.

-Bill and Melinda are one of the richest couples on earth but not the happiest.

-It takes two imperfect individuals to work hard on the relationship to make it work.

-You can’t stop working on your marriage, just because it had survived for decades.

-Chukwu Okike cannot give you everything that your heart desires.

-Wealth or lack there of, does not a happy or unhappy marriage make.

-That couples smile in public does not mean that their private life is fun.

-Rich people also cry.

—-Continue to work hard on your marriage and always seek for compromise and middle grounds.

***Be open to suggestions but also know what is best for you and your partner

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Vincent Onyegaegbochi Okoye (born 23rd April) is a Nigerian blogger, writer, entrepreneur and a librarian. Born and raised in a Catholic Family from NRI in anaocha local Government Area of Anambra state, Nigeria, Graduated from Delta state university, Abraka, in the year 2018 where he studied Library and Information Science.

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JAMB Set To Postpone 2021 UTME- Registrar

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The registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Is-haq Oloyede, has hinted of the possibility of postponement of this year’s unified tertiary matriculation examination (UTME) which has been slated to hold between June 5 and 19.

He said the decision to either postpone the examination or to continue as scheduled would be taken later on Friday at a meeting billed to hold with concerned individuals and institutions.

Mr Oloyede, who disclosed this on Friday morning during an ongoing virtual meeting with relevant stakeholders ahead of the examination, blamed the development on the difficulties being experienced by the candidates in their efforts to register.

The registrar, however, confirmed that the mock examination that is slated for May 20, will go on as scheduled.

He said;

“We are here to commend you and also to apologise to you for putting you through some hardships, especially in your efforts to register. Most of these things are outside our purview. They have to do with government policies and we have little or no control over them.

“While the mock examination will go on as scheduled we cannot say the same of the main examination. This is primarily because of NIN. We have more than 600,000 candidates who have indicated interest in our examination but are yet to receive their details.”

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POEM: If I tell you it doesn’t hurt – Kira White writes

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If I tell you it doesn’t hurt I’d be lying
It was hurting the whole time
Acting like it doesn’t hurt
Keeps the pain away for just a moment
Staying true to yourself you know everything hurts.

And you’ve only been pretending
It really hurts
Everything hurts
I’m only perfect in pictures
Because that’s where my best smiles stays
Behind closed doors and when you face your demons , you know everything is shitty
And you are drowning in pain
And you know only you could save your self.

Holding back the tears doesn’t mean you don’t cry
You do, you know your heart cries out for help only you can hear it
But you know what
It’s fine
Take another picture with a smiling face 🙂

 

Author: KIRA WHITE

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BREAKING: JAMB Gives New Directive To Candidates

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JAMB To Use N100 Million To Prosecute 200 For Malpractice

The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board (JAMB) on Monday, said that mock examination slips for its Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) can now be printed out in preparation for the exercise.

JAMB made this known in the Weekly Bulletin of the Office of the Registrar.

The board said that the slip contained candidates’ details such as registration number and the centre to which they are to sit for the examination within their chosen examination town.

“Candidates who had registered for the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and indicated interest to sit for the optional mock examination are to print their mock notification slips from Sunday, May 9.

“This is in preparation for the mock examination scheduled for Thursday, May 20.

“The optional mock notification slips can be printed from anywhere candidates find to be convenient, provided they have access to the internet.

“Candidates are to visit https://www.jamb.gov.ng then click on e-facility and print their slips,”

It announced.

The slip, it further said, also contained the expected time the candidates were to be at the centre.

It further urged candidates to study the contents of the slip after printing it out in order to know the location of their examination centres on time, to avoid confusion on the scheduled date of the exercise.

JAMB also said that a total of 845,517 candidates have so far registered for the 2021 UTME and that a total of 38,886 candidates have registered for Direct Entry (DE) as of Sunday, May 9.

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