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  1. Please don’t talk like that bro,you are been tribalistic here.
    It happened in all schools not only in that school,how many schools have you visited?Let us be
    reasonable in everything we post online because we are all Nigeria

    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams
    (Photo) by Keenlooka(m):3:58pm On Aug 30, 2016Omo alert level dey very high
    here!!
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by lekkie073(m):3:58pm On Aug
    30, 2016aminho HAH

    made in maid!
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo)
    by Onogiede(m):4:00pm On Aug 30, 201650% bokoharam, quote me anywhere
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo)
    by lekkie073(m):4:01pm On Aug 30, 2016those days in unimaid, men dey read inside jungle sef

    no big deal….
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by
    asitis752:4:02pm On Aug 30, 2016tintingz:
    They don’t have power supply in their hostels I guess.

    there is no school in the south that can match unimaid in term of electricity.
    I schooled in ui before proceeding to the school for another degree and
    I couldn’t believe what I saw when I got there. Those
    students are reading outside because of heat
    3 LikesRe: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by listica(m):4:
    04pm On Aug 30, 2016After them go come join line for job
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For
    Exams (Photo) by Drbarmes(m):4:07pm On Aug 30, 2016If u attended
    a federal uni this shouldn’t look strange to u.
    Students use anywhere with good light for study during exams.
    Go ABU see something
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by eflintsone(m):4:14pm On Aug 30, 2016damn see school wey i grad from …
    it was nt like this back den mehn…skool gen cums up by 6pm
    nd goes off by 12am ..sad mehn
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by lordkhalifa(m):
    4:21pm On Aug 30, 2016if Boko haram just bust out from nowhere now, hahahahahahaha #345 on 1000 way to die
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by july66:4:28pm On Aug 30, 2016todaynewsreview:

    Photos Of University Of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) Students Preparing For
    Exams

    http://www.todaynewsreview.com/p/1065/photos-of-university-of-maiduguri-unimaid-students-preparing


    Wetin happen? Una no dey read since? Just joking.
    I read with my stove when NEPA took light in my time it’s
    quirky and innovative

    Bet you if this was done abroad, some of you guys criticizing would be regarding the scene dream-eyed and
    condemning us for not having imagination.

    However, i do see that if the students resorted to this because of some
    fundamental want, instead of choice, then, yeah, concerning….

    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams
    (Photo) by kaakaa1(m):6:17pm On Aug 30, 2016This one is small sef…
    come to Unical, you’ll see people lying on that road the whole night .

    Most times it’s just to intimidate others
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by Nobody:6:19pm On Aug 30, 2016Fire-brigade approach.
    The true students among them are at homes sleeping
    since they have been reading since day one of the semester.

    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing
    For Exams (Photo) by Elose11(m):6:20pm On Aug 30,
    2016HAH:
    “If you want to be made come to unimaid”

    My Alma mata

    Mine too! Great Unimaid! Boko Haram or not, I was proudly made
    in this great institution! Your light will never
    dim, my Unimaid!
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by Hilles(m):
    6:28pm On Aug 30, 2016Its normal joor..most federal uni students and grads can relate to this..classes and halls
    are full,stuffy and noisy during such dire period,
    plus heat seff… i rep unimaid tho..dope den and far doper now.

    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by Caseless:
    6:44pm On Aug 30, 2016AfricanApple:
    when you live with a noisy roommate, you will know that’s the best option for you.
    The school go though sha o

    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by
    sosken:6:54pm On Aug 30, 2016HarkymTheOracle:
    They are all unserious.. this is d time they should be revising comfortably,instead they are stressing themselves
    all in d name of reading..

    The unserious ones should be at their hostels and shady corners….and it is not
    a crime to have thier books revised for exams under
    an only available street solar light on the streets…..so just
    wish them retentive memories and exam success.
    1 LikeRe: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo)
    by samlexb:7:02pm On Aug 30, 2016Unimaid my school. ..

    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For
    Exams (Photo) by Chommieblaq(f):7:05pm On Aug
    30, 2016UNIMAID DONT HAVE ANY ELECTRICITY PROBLEM, ITS PROBABLY BECA– USE OF THE
    HEAT.

    I REP UNIMAID
    I WAS MADE THERE
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by StevDesmond(m):7:14pm On Aug 30, 2016There
    are some courses one can’t comfortably study under
    this condition
    Re: University Of Maiduguri Students Preparing For Exams (Photo) by yakx2345(m):7:15pm
    On Aug 30, 2016Unimaid has no problem with power cox solar systems are
    been installed in classes for night use nd generators are been ON during exams incase
    of solar failure nd all hostels… Being under d Street solar
    is choice nd is becos of heat

    I REP UNIMAID
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  2. Acquiring Backlinks from Multiple Domains is Important

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  3. Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola, on Tuesday, received his Certificate of Return from the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC,
    following the Governor’s victory at the August 9
    governorship polls.

    INEC Supervising National Commissioner, Ambassador Mohammad
    Wali, presented the Certificate of Return to Governor Aregbesola at the INEC office, along Gbogan Road, Osogbo, the Osun State
    capital.

    Speaking at the event, the Governor thanked the
    people for re-electing him, calling their action a victory over military intimidation.

    While commending INEC for conducting a free and fair election, he gave some advice; “I want to advise INEC to take seriously the security of election materials; they should be extra vigilant with the materials they use in election. We appeal to you to be alert and more determined to secure materials to avoid compromised staff to tamper with the materials.

    “I also want to commend other contestants who enriched the
    country’s democratic process; they must all come to us on how we
    can move forward our state. For those who are
    embittered, we are in no way inducing them not to chart the legal
    way to redress. We must add that while they are seeking redress in court, they can still join us
    on how we can give meaningful life to our people”, he said.

    Governor Aregbesola also commented on the alleged militarization of the election. Although he commended the security agencies for keeping the state safe during the election, he noted that there were excesses that should be curbed.

    “I must commend the security agencies for their commitment
    to making the election a huge success and violence-free.

    “However, one must not fail to mention the over-zealousness of few of the security agents, who in the name of obeying orders, ran riot and clamped down on innocent chieftains, members and supporters of our party.

    “As security personnel, your constitutional role is to maintain law and order, as well as protect the people of Nigeria.
    It is therefore criminal of any law enforcement agent to molest, harass or intimidate innocent people, let alone killing a Nigerian.

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