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May 14, 2017

Kwasu student; Mariam speaks over alleged assault


Good Day Everyone, and My Fellow Nigerian Students.

My name is Mariam Giwa and I wish to address the issue behind a post that has been going viral about me being assaulted by a male student.
This post is a fabricated one, not true, as I am in good health and state.
Truly, there was a little misunderstanding between two friends, and the school security department gave maximum attention to the issue till it was resolved with adequate fairness given to both parties.

Our prestigious University, the Kwara state university is a school with zero tolerance for indiscipline and violence and there is no way a student will be allowed to go unpunished for committing any crime whatsoever, irrespective of who it concerns.

The picture which was posted with the wrong information was taken long ago when i had problem with my eyes.
I was not forced or threatened to write this, I am addressing this with a free mind. I am in a good state and I sincerely apologize for any wrong allegations made by those who misinterpreted the situation and blew it beyond proportion, against the school and the accused.

Thank you.

Mariam Giwa
As broadcasted by All Men (Comp Sci) and verified

by Kolapo Imam

Apr 13, 2017

8 Steps to Preparing Adequately for JAMB

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I have never seen anyone perform outstandingly in JAMB or in any other thing worthwhile without putting together these three things apart from those that engage in examination malpractice which is something that is usually regretted in a thousand and one ways in the future.
Let us discuss eight straight-forward steps you can take to prepare yourself for JAMB. As easy to mention as these steps are, I must say that the simplicity ends there, in practice, they are actually difficult but are very practical steps that every outstanding student I’ve ever met practiced in their own way to overcome JAMB in their time.

Step 1: Ensure you know the JAMB score you need and decide on the score you want.

You must make sure you find out the average score you need in JAMB with your subject combination to nail your desired course in the institution you want.



This average score can be deduced from the minimum normal cut-off mark for JAMB that will qualify for post-UTME for that course and in the institution as well as the previous cut-off marks set by the institution that will qualify you for admission by merit. As you read this now, make your research and write that average score down. This will help you know the minimum mark you should work towards.
How to Prepare for JAMB
After you must have done that, the next thing is to decide on the score you want. The score you want should be different from what you need, actually it should be higher. The problem of many students is that they don’t even know the score they need talk less of the score they should want to work towards while preparing for JAMB.
These students after writing JAMB then begin to make this research after which they now start praying to God to give them that score. God does not bless those kinds of efforts. Some students still do not even find out the needed score or cut-off mark until their result is out. I understand that sometimes JAMB and various schools change their cut-off marks sometimes depending on the general performance of students but you can always make a safe assumption to work with from previous cut-off marks.
Setting a higher target is a principle in line with the saying that says “you should shoot for the stars, for you never know, you may land on the moon”. When you set a high and reasonable target – what I mean by reasonable is achievable; some students set targets of ‘398’ which is quite unreasonable – you’ll most likely get something very close to it, if not exactly.
A target above 300 is high enough to spur you to action. Once you have fixed your target score, distribute it to your four subjects according to your strengths. For instance:

My target score for JAMB: 315
Use of English: 75
Mathematics: 80
Physics: 85



Chemistry: 75
How to Prepare for JAMB

Step 2: Create a study plan and reading time table.

It is one thing to set a target and it’s another thing to map out a plan to implement and reach it. I will get ‘315’ in JAMB is easier said than done. A study plan is therefore an organized schedule that a student creates that outlines study time and learning goals. Creating a study plan and a reading time table not only helps you become more organized, but it holds you accountable for your own learning outcomes and the achievement of your goal or target.
Every student will develop a different study plan; there is no correct study plan for everyone. When creating your personalized study plan, you will need to do some self-evaluation of your current schedule and time management. Find days when you have fewer personal commitments when you can squeeze more study time – while doing this, remember that you need to put in as much time as you desire to see results).
Remember, each student studies differently, so the amount of time you need to study will differ from the time others devote to studying. Also, some students find that studying at night or at early hours of the morning is better for them than during the day. Work according to your system.
Determine why you are studying – which in this case is to reach a JAMB score target – and develop a plan that can help you achieve your goal. Take into consideration previous performances (that is if you have written JAMB before) and how you prepared in those occasions. You need to also anticipate subjects that will take more time to prepare for than the others.
Lastly, create a study plan that is reasonable. Although you must set aside enough time in your schedule dedicated to your studies, blocking off five hours with no break will set you up for failure. You can spend less time studying if you do it correctly. For a detailed look at how to make a personalized study plan, explore the step-by-step instructions below.



Three steps to create your study plan:

1. Create a time chart of your current activities – Creating a time chart will allow you to see how you spend your time from day to day. Take notes about your daily activities. Record things like when you wake up, sleep, do chores, work, go out and if you’re in school, how much time you spend in school daily.
Once you have done this, check for free time available for studying and it should be up to at least three hours especially as JAMB is fast approaching, if not you will need to re-organize your daily activities and create more time for studying.
2. Develop a schedule and reading time table – Now that you have determined available days and times for studying, the next thing is to develop a schedule. It is best to have a schedule written down so you won’t forget it. Seeing it written down can make it seem more important.
You need to know subjects that will require more time to study, especially if they are your weak points. Your schedule and reading time table will highly depend on the amount of time you have left. If you are reading this and you have maybe three months left, then maybe you will need to put in more than five hours daily for work. Please be sincere to yourself here and put in as much time as is necessary.
One hour a day is simply self-deceit and will lead you nowhere. Let your plan be very definite; for example, if you have 30 chapters of a textbook to study and 15 years of past questions to tackle and you need to finish it in a month, then you may need to read a chapter a day and solve 1 year of past questions every two days. Remember to have breaks in between long hours of study in order to prevent feeling overwhelmed.
3. Stick to your study plan – A study plan works best if it is followed on a consistent basis. Some days may not go according to plan but it should always be for reasons beyond your control. Otherwise, you need to be disciplined enough to remember that your future and the future of others depending on you or that will depend on you in the future are at stake.
So, stick to your plan. You can use incentives such as eating after you’ve been able to read for three hours without getting up from your chair. You may also need to deprive yourself of some sleep at night because you can easily regain lost sleep after JAMB.
Lastly, some students find it helpful to find a study partner. Studying with a friend also preparing for JAMB allows for collaboration and discussion. When creating your study plan, check with other friends to determine if you can coordinate study sessions. However, if you tend to socialize more than study when you are around others, stick to an independent study plan. If you do choose to study with a partner, choose someone with whom you are likely to stay on task.



Step 3: Start your reading now.

If you’re in SS 1 or 2 and you are reading this article now, then I must say that you are very fortunate. It is very advisable that you create a plan, even if it is thirty minutes daily for JAMB and start as soon as possible, if you do, you will be smiling when others are breaking their heads trying to prepare months to the exam.
If you are months away from the exam, it does not matter much because you still have a great chance; but you must begin now to study with a working plan as I have described in step two. If you have just few weeks left, then what you need to do is to start this very moment to focus on going through as many credible past questions as you can, you still have a good chance.

Step 4: Go through at least ten recent years of past questions to get patterns.

To study effectively, you need to know the patterns used by JAMB to set questions. First and foremost, we all know that JAMB questions are usually objective and the way you read for objective type questions is not the same way you read for theory or subjective type.
Even though it’s easier to prepare for objective than the others because you can always easily infer the answer from the given options, you still need to know the common patterns they use to set their questions. For instance, if for the past ten or so years, they have set more of questions involving calculation than theory in a subject like Physics or Chemistry, this will give you a clue as to where more of your focus should be.

Step 5: Use exam focus textbooks to study according to the syllabus.

How to Prepare for JAMB

This step is also very important to take note of because so many students study haphazardly. They give excuses such as: “JAMB syllabus is just too big, I’m sure they set everything”, but that’s a big lie. Every exam has a focus; there are always things the examiners expect and assume that if you know, then you must know some other things related to it. For instance, if you know how to cook stew, then you must at least know what tomatoes, pepper and other such ingredients are.



An examiner then just needs to ask you to describe how stew is cooked and he has asked a number of questions together in one. After all, it’s just fifty questions they set apart from in English. Using exam focus textbooks – there are a lot of good ones – study with your results from the research on the patterns they have used in past questions according to their syllabus. That is the rule in one sentence.

Step 6: Solve at least twenty years of past questions yourself at least twice.

Of course, this will require time but if you can do this after studying according their syllabus even more than twice, you will not regret it. Remember, as I have said earlier, your study plan all depends on how much time you have left to the examination day and how much time you are willing to give on each of those remaining days to adequate study. JAMB has been conducting this examination since the 1970s and they have surely run out of questions; all they can do is to keep rearranging past questions to make them look new.
The problem with a lot of candidates is that they study about five recent years of past questions and they are satisfied. You hold the key to success in your own hands. Use a credible JAMB Q & A for this, but do not depend solely on the answers given by the authors of the Q & A, still do your research using your textbooks on the questions you are not sure for yourself about.

Step 7: Practice at least one time test daily two weeks to the exam.

What I mean by a time test is a similar test to JAMB in which you will give yourself the amount of time JAMB usually gives or less if you want to work on your speed. At least two weeks to the exam – if possible more than that – begin practicing these time tests after which you will mark yourself or ask someone around to help you do that. This is where a credible and original Q & A will be helpful. This will help you work on speed before the real exam situation.
Pick a previous year and solve the past questions for that year for your four subject combination (or you can mix different years) according to a time limit similar to the three and half hours JAMB usually gives. It should be preferably years you have not gone through in step 6.
You should be disciplined enough not to look at the answers while solving them and if you will be tempted, maybe you should the past questions JAMB normally gives in soft copy that has not been solved. Of course, you should know that it is self-deceit to copy the already solved answers.

Step 8: Write the exam in your mind at least on three occasions before the exam.

How to Prepare for JAMB

Many people usually do not like this kind of steps especially if they are very practical people. But playing the scene of the exam in your mind, seeing yourself going into the exam center confident and well-prepared as well as seeing yourself coming out happy and satisfied with how well you answered the questions helps you develop confidence and deal with tension as the exams approach.
On each occasion you do this, the best way to is to find a quiet place, preferably a place you stay in a lying position without sleeping of, close your eyes and begin to act the whole experience the way you want it to happen on the exam day from entering the exam center to collecting the papers, writing the exams and leaving the center after the exams. Play it in your mind until you begin to feel and believe the success in reality. This is a universal principle called the Law of Attraction.

Additional Tips:

1. Prepare very adequately for the Use of English paper.

The Use of English paper is one paper that you can finish in the shortest possible time and that is not the only advantage. Another reason you should get very much ready for Use of English is that JAMB uses it to bring students down by setting tricky questions. Use of English is very simple and is an easy and fast place to bag good marks if you know what you are doing but you need to prepare adequately for it and master its rules. A good textbook for it is the New Oxford Secondary English Course.

2. Learn to read primarily to learn and acquire knowledge.

Reading just to pass an examination and get a good score is one of the greatest killers of the potential of students. Even though wanting to pass JAMB and score high so that you gain admission into the university is a good goal, it is not a good enough reason to read especially if you want to maximize your potential.
When you read with the primary aim of learning something new and acquiring new knowledge, you will discover that you will develop more interest in what you are reading and ‘interest’ is one of the things that strengthen the chemical links and bonds between the neural traces of that subject in your brain. Memories are just neural traces in the brain that get stronger and become easier to remember with application of interest, strong emotion, repetition and revision.

3. Do not leave God out of your planning and preparations.

I am adding this additional tip on the basis of my faith and I strongly believe that it is one of the keys to true success because only the manufacturer of a product knows the capabilities of that product and remains the best person to tell you how to make the best use of that product. God made your brain and memory and trusting in Him to give you the strength and wisdom to apply His time-tested principles for true and lasting success will help you maximize His potential in you.

Mar 23, 2017

#ROC Meet Dami Drey - A Rapper


BACKGROUND
My name is Olaiya damilola Sunday, but some people call me Macosa, and I'm popularly known as Dami Drey (elemosho). I hail from Kwara State and am from a good Christian family too, though things are not that okay financially but we keep on thanking Jehovah. I grew up in Ikotun Egbe until 2005 when we moved to Sango Ota out of my Landlord frustration.

WHY DID YOU CHOSE RAP?
Rap for me is a talent and calling at the same time. I used to listen lots of Olamide tracks and it really influenced my choice too. But back then I choose English rapping, but because the music market started evolving and I had to switch between Yoruba and Pidgin English, or more of slangs.

ANY CHALLENGES?
The first challenge I had has to do with promotion and finance, being an unsigned Upcoming Act I have to record and promote all of my works single handedly. Also, I will say the way DJs treat Artist isn't okay by me, likewise Organizers and the lack of Compensation not even a Table water, that has been a great blow to my passion cos hey are not encouraging, but I'm coping sha.

WHAT ARE YOUR INSPIRATIONS?
I see other rappers, the likes of Olamide, 2 Face, Oladips, Lil Wayne as my inspiration, not even weed, drugs or similar things. Because my friends used to ask me to take such for inspiration which I detest.


HAVE YOU RECEIVED ANY AWARDS
Yes, I recently won Trendy Mates "Rookie of the Year" through the support of my Fans. I got nominated for 3 different award categories at my department (MACOSA). While, my very first stage performance in Kwasu was proudly supported by Gtcr8 where I emerged the best Rapper alongside Nizzy Dee.


HOW DID YOU FEEL WHEN WALE TURNER DROPPED A COMMENT?
It was a moment of light up for me, I recently dropped a new track where I did a cover of Wale Turner's NO. at release I posted it on my Instagram and comments have been rolling in, including "Nice one Bro! I heard it keep it up!!" Although that's not the first time I have received a comment from a Celebrity, including Femi Adebayo, Oladips was just happy that they all noticed my striving.

You can DOWNLOAD ( NO, Wale Turner Cover) here.

YOUR ADVICE FOR OTHER ARTIST
Lemme not address others like I'm there already. But I will say this, "Just believe in yourself, push harder and never underrate anyone" We'll all gonna reach the top.

Click HERE to download

Mar 20, 2017

Lil Kixzy drops new hit

Lil Kixzy, one of Kwasu's baddest rappers drops a new hit few days ago. The Rapper who was recently nominated at Elite Vibez 2017 and Emperor Awards respectively.

His first hit "Ballers" that he dedicated to all hustling souls is the more reason why you need to listen to this new dope track from him.

Click HERE to DOWNLAOD

Mar 19, 2017

Campus Trybe Media news coverage

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Mar 6, 2017

Da Noble Live Concert - KWASU

Kwasu Best Comdeian Daddy Junior popular known as Da Noble set to host the Biggest entertainment concert on the Campus of Kwara State University.

Featuring performance from Kwasu,s baddest rappers and musical icons of all genre. Inter-local dancing session.

The programme is scheduled as follows.

All these for *just N200!!!*

*Date: 8th of March 2017*
*Venue: KWASU Auditorium*
 *Time: 1:00pm prompt.*

Guess what?

You can win back your ticket fee if you got the fastest finger.



You don't wanna miss it
Keep it in mind!
Keep rebroadcasting!!!

Flobyt free WiFi service in Nigeria

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Popular Music producer, Don Jazzy in partnership with Dele Odufoye launched Flobyt WiFi, a free WiFi services currently available in Parks, Restaurants and Gardens across Lagos State.

“Flobyt is 100% free for the users and our partner locations, all you have to do is walk in and log in. In fact, our working slogan is ‘Don’t use your data, use ours” Co-Founder, Dele Odunfoye.
The management promised to sustain the service as they possess the required technology, speed and plans to fascinate the project.

Flobyt WiFi service will be free at all Flobyt partner location and it will display few ads while users surf the net on their device, Flobyt is the first free WiFi solution in Nigeria and the co-founders are working tirelessly to make it the project a sustainable one.

Flobyt WiFi is currently available at Banilux Bar (Yaba), Lounge9a opp Hotel New Castle (Anthony), Roadster Burgers (Lekki), Kazyplace (Admiralty), Magodo, CMD, 7up, Ikosi, Ketu and expanding to other locations in the state. Partner locations with low traffic spaces accommodate upto 30 users while higher traffic places can enable up to 80 users.

Business that wants to be a Flobyt partner just by filling out a form on their website and wait for approval, the services plans to expand to other state in Nigeria, West Africa and Africa at large to enhance connectivity to free internet access.

Mar 4, 2017

UNILORIN to search students in Native wears to curb exam malpractice

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The management of the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) is set to subject students of the institution wearing native outfits to examination hall to close scrutiny in order to curb exam malpractice.
Dada Obafemi, the Registrar of the university, revealed this on Thursday that this process is necessary in order to avoid doubt and integrity. The students will be thoroughly screened before entering the examination venues.
Obafemi said: “Please note that while caps are allowed into the examination halls, they will be thoroughly checked. All Deans are requested to take note of the above for due compliance by their staff and students, who are involved in examinations as the University is set for the Harmattan Semester Examinations for 2016/2017 Academic Session.”
He added that this step was necessary because the school management received a notice that students wearing native outfits to examination hall uses it as an opportunity to cheat.
He said, “It has come to the notice of authority that students wearing some attires, including native dresses to the examination venues will require close scrutiny.”

Feb 22, 2017

TRENDY MATES AWARD 2017 - KWASU

The KWASU most anticipated award show, which was held on Saturday night  at the school main Auditorium. To some it was fun and to some it wasn't.  The event which was studed with students in great style and fashion on the red carpet, started at a very late hour.





At the welcome of Kwasu base artistes who were not allowed in at first and were told to pay for tickets before going in to perform and was later settled was the first showdown outside the auditorium. 

The event kicked off around 12a.m this morning with an open cypher within Kwasu  rappers Omotayo,Lilkixzy,Dharmiedrey,Imperial and Hamzah the poet.

Sleekid Mayana drops New Hits - Bumpa

Sleekid is a talented song writer and a dope artist well known for his super intriguing delivery who has worked with well known artists and producers who believe in his super moving career,
Here is his latest effort which he titled ‘BUMPA‘ is a song of recent times produced by the hit maker Jadon Entertainment  which is exceptional and super danceable don’t miss the groove listen and share your thoughts.
Listen & Download “Sleekid - Bumpa (Prod. By Jadon)” Below;

Feb 18, 2017

My Ogba to go live at Trendy Mates Award tonight

My Ogba, the outstanding students entertainment in the whole of Kwara State is in the quick to make this year edition of Trendy Mates Awards 2017 a memory that excites, as the team promises to go live tonight tthrough out the event. To enjoy more of the updates kindly follow @myogba on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.

And for guys that won't be buying the tickets, hope you've got enough data subscriptions to watch live....

Feb 17, 2017

Mujeeb and Fuhad seal win for Champions

Accounting. 2 vs 1 Kinesiology: Mujeeb
and Fuhad seal win for Champions

The Champions got off to a good start at the Malete Stadium, with goals from Mujeeb and Fuhad.
Mujeeb and Fuhad struck for Accounting to fire them to a 2-1 win at Malete Stadium on friday , cancelling out Abdullah's spectacular own goal
in the second half.

Player ratings - Accounting 2 - 1 Kinesiology

Player Ratings: Accounting 2 -1 Kinesiology
Accounting
(4-4-2)
1. Joshua. 3.5/5.0. Could arguably do little about Abdulah’s own-goal, which took him completely by surprise, and pulled off several good
saves to keep Accounting at bay

2. Ahmed Kadir. 3.0/5.0
Got forward well and overall put in an accomplished display

5. Quadri. 4.0/5.0
The Defender was excellent from start to finish. Dealt with everything that was thrown at him and offered wonderful
cover for Abdullah when Kinesiology tried to break quickly

6. Abdullah. 3.0/5.0
It was a tough game for the centre-back, who was put under plenty of pressure, and he never looked entirely comfortable.
Was slightly risky with some of his play and put the ball into the back of his own net with a poor attempted clearance.

3. Fuhad. 4.0/5.0
Keen to break to the byline and support attacks whenever possible. Ended up scoring a penalty

 16. Abubakar Saheed 4.0/5.0
Broke up play, picked off loose ends and facilitated the attack efficiently.

20. Olamide Olawoye. 3.5/5.0
Did an impressive job in the middle of the park

10. Saka Jamiu. 3.5/5.0
Not quite at his best, but his presence alone still had to be respected by the Kinesiology backline.

7. Mujeeb. 4.0/5.0
The forward was a free spirit on the left flank, tormenting the defence and getting a well-deserved goal on the end of a counter.

8. Sodiq Oseni. 3.5/5.0
Effective on either flank, and played some inviting balls into the penalty area from out wide

9. Tofunmi. 3.5/5.0
Had his moments in the match, but still played second fiddle to the brilliance of Mujeeb. Did put a lot of pressure on the Kinesiology backline.


SUBSTITUTES
38. Ibrahim Balogun. 3.0/5.0
Ensured that his side held out for the win after replacing Olamide.

17. Rasheed. 2.5/5.0
Did not get involved too much.

11. Toromade. 3.0/5.0
Deployed out on the right-hand side and occasionally threatened to get in behind with his pace

Feb 16, 2017

Become a Pro Footballer - Join The Future Academy

The Future Academy is currently offering young talented football players a lifetime opportunity to become a registered members of their team that will be traveling to Spain on a football tour.

Why Join The Future Academy?


  • You will get an opportunity to train with professional football players from across the country and beyond.
  • An opportunity to train under the supervision of accredited and renowned international coaches.
  • You will also be granted an entry to the academy , where you get to showcase your soccer talents in the presence of international scouts.
  • Continuous training exercise in a serene environment to develop your skils and connect you with like minded individuals.
  • Self promotion through promo video, the academy will take coverage of all your clips and volunteers as your agent for the time being, remeber how Josep Maria found Leo Messi on YouTube through his videos.
Reach out to your peak of becoming a Pro-Footballer and make yourself proud, 
JOIN THE FUTURE ACADEMY TODAY!!!
Instagram: @thefutureacademy

My Ogba set to launch website

My Ogba, the fore runner in campus based entertainment in Nigeria sets to launch website very soon. My Ogba, whose point of attention is campus based reality show involving students, lecturers and many other a around the institution community. As obtained from the brand Instagram page is a screenshot of the under construction website and a caption that the brand s ready for greater deals. According to reports obtained from the teams coordinator, he said "We realized the website is integral to the growth of the brand and the website will allows users to link their social media profiles, interact with our contents and lots more, I implore our Fans to stay in touch and enjoy all the freebies from the website", enthusiastically, we believe the team is ready for greater deals.

Feb 13, 2017

Tade Ajiboye the brain behind the Mobile Water Bubble Game

Tade Ajiboye is a 19-year-old engineering student of the University of Lagos (UNILAG). The young innovator became famous after creating a mobile version of Nigerian’s favourite ‘Water Bubble’ game. The water game bubble before Tade’s creation was a great delight for almost all Nigerian children in the 90’s. Back then, the water game was in everyone’s house, with every child getting busy trying to get those tiny colourful rings hang on the spiky stuff inside the aquarium like game. Ajiboye inspired by this toy recently decided to create the mobile version of the game.
The aim of Water bubble is simple: put all the rings on the bars as quickly as possible – and the game is still as addictive and annoying as we remember.
Speaking on what inspired him to create the game, he said, “I’ve always loved games probably because I’ve always been good at them. And I’ve been interested in creating them for quite a while now.”

The whole idea came after a conversation with a friend about the old games we used to play. ”I thought it might be a great idea to recreate one of the most annoying games from our childhood,” he added.
Tade is indeed a Campus Hero and kudos goes to him for making adult life and that of the younger generation a lot more fun by digging out a game enjoyed in the 90’s to create the mobile version of the game in the 20th century.
The game brings this nostalgic feeling bringing one’s childhood memories back to life.


Jan 27, 2017

#ROC: My Journey to Limelight - Titilope Atolagbe

Hello eveyone, it's Campus Trybe first episode of #Right On Campus, where we interview students in various spheres of life and this week, with us is the talk of Nigeria Campus, Beauty Queen, Titilope Atolagbe as She take us through her journey to limelight.

Introduce yourself briefly

I am Titilope Omowumi Atolagbe. A 300level Entepreneurship student of Kwara State University, Malete . I am  a Christian. A Beauty Queen with brain, in my ealry 20s. I am single, the fourth child out of five. Dark in complexion, loves singing, listening to Gospel songs, loves gists, meeting people, plays volleyball and reads a lot.

How did you began your modelling journey?

I actually began modelling through a friend Foaly Photography. I never had any idea about it, But the interest and determination to go into modelling. Foaly asked me to contest for Face of Step on it Magazine  and I won. That had been the moment when I realized that my journey into modelling isn't a mistake. I was so happy and got motivated to participate in another contest which was Queen of the City where I emerged the Ambassador to the West. After which I was introduced to Face of University Nigeria, the contest was held online, I came first as well and got awarded Miss Popularity, then proceeded to the final stage, held at Victoria Island, Lagos State, where I networked with experts in modelling and got to know more about what it takes to be a successful Model. I was discouraged a little because it was my first time of appearing on stage as a beauty pageant. My earlier contest were virtual (Instagram). Finally I emerged as the second runner up as Face of University Nigeria Tourism. That has been my experience so far. Thus, I have received countless numbers of invitations as  Judge, Speaker and Special Guest at various events and I just got nominated for two other awards which are Elite Vibes Awards as Face of Elite Vibes Award and Face of Kwasu and Jkrue Award as Miss Jkrue and I am looking forward to your usual support.

What are your challenges? (Academic/Modelling)

My stature has been my major challenge since inception but my manager told me not to bother about that "Titi, your stature does not matter it depends on your ability to present yourself well". Then Church, most people believes that models are Harlots and that they can do anything to get to the top and its not advisable for a Believer to get involved in such act. I would say that had been the stereotypes about models and of which not all models behaves the same. Fine, there are some people that would do that in order to get what they want But Titilope will never do that because it's against God's wish and my family teachings. What I do instead is to pray to God to uplift me in my endowments without conflicting with his teachings. Academically, I don't have any issues combining both academics and modelling because my education is my primary assignment which I must complete with a good grade for me to advance my carrier as a model, without necessary education an aspiring model could likely get laid over nothing and it will draw back your achievements. So I'm cool with both.

What are your inspirations?

My main source of inspiration had been the people around me (Colleagues/Friends). Their believe keeps me moving, it inspires me to move on and believe in myself. My Mum is wonderful, She supports me a lot, and my siblings, they remain my biggest Fans.

What are your career prospects?

A great Entrepreneur and employer of labors.

How do you cope with male admirers?

It's very common but they are cool and I do cope with them.

Advice for aspiring Models
As long as you think, think BIG

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Jan 25, 2017

Popular rapper, Nizzy Dee rejects awards nomination

As obtained on Kwasu Trend is an information containing how Nizzy Dee's describes an award nomination as unfit. Trendy Mates is a popular awarding platform that centers around Campus personalities in various institutions. A statement quoting the "Bolenbe" Crooner on the blog is captioned below

Well its a good thing my effort has being recognize on campus as an artiste but I don't think I belong to the category its not pride or anything, I really appreciate trendymates for the nominations though, but I guess its not just for me you can consider that too but will surely come to grease up the stage that day because I was invited as a performing act too, wish other artiste in the category all the best but I really know who I am on campus if not double six Abeni then its Bolembe cover by me 

Efforts to get more information about the authenticity of the updates is ongoing.

Jan 22, 2017

Students register to study Kanye West as a course

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A new course of study has been introduced at Washington University in St. Louis, United States.
According to reports, this course will see the students examine the world and life of superstar rapper, Kanye West.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that 75 third year students have already registered for the course which is titled, “Politics of Kanye West: Black Genius and Sonic Aesthetics”.
Professor, Jeffrey McCune, of the institution noted that the course which began this week in January will focus on the rapper, producer and fashion designer and it will offer a way for students to connect issues of politics, race, gender, sexuality and culture.
He gave the course description saying, “Kanye West As a hip-hop artist has had unprecedented impact on the sonic force of music, fashion, politics, and videography.
”Coupling his controversial moments, with his corpus of musical texts with special focus on sonic production, this course illuminates Mr West as a case study for interrogating the interplay between fame, gender, sexuality, and race.
“Mostly, we explore how racialised ways of doing iconography, complex ways of seeing, creates a distorted or reductive frame through which we see the black and famous.
”Nonetheless, the course oscillates with entertaining these nuances, while being entertained by the decade-long catalogue of music and visual imagery.
“Together, we extract the ‘Politics of Mr West’ in his music and life, while also illuminating the importance of a politics of genius-making in the larger arc of black pop culture tradition.”

Jan 17, 2017

Elite Vibez Award 2017

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The nomination list for the 2017 edition of Elite Vibez Awards has just been realeased via the Award website at Elitevibez.com, visit the site forum for more info.

Below is the full list as appeared on the site

Artist of the year female

AFOLABI MOTOLANI
LTB
MALYNA
mjay
QIM-NANA
RHEEDAH

Artist of the year male

ANAHCRUZY-GANDOKY
BRAVO
CAPITEE
FT BOI
IBRAHIM SAMIH TAIYE
IMPERIAL
MKIDO
PRESTIGE
SONOROUS
TUNDEXMANIA
YUNGSLIM YS

Best Artist Collaboration of the Year

AWA WA REMIX BY BAMMYTEE X ADAMZE X SLINGKID X QUEENTEE X LEXODUX X DAWIZZY X DABLINKS X HEEDROSS
BABA KOFOSHI, OLUWASIMPLE FT GEECY AND TOQX
DAMIVERSACE ft CHINKOEKUN THE BEAT
Decoo jay feat Omotayo white feat Abdmarlik
Holy KAY x Jofad x EmJay - Adura ti gba
lilkixzy ft Nizzy dee
SLIMWIN ft GBOVO ADARA

Best use of social Media Female

ABOLADE HADRAT HADDIEE
GARBA OYINDAMOLA KHADIJAH
HALIMAH YUSUF MOH_CUTE
HASSANAH AHMED HASSYS WORLD
LADE SIGNATORY
NAGODE FATIMA
TEEFAH CULTURE

Best use of social Media Male

ABDULGAFAR ABIOLA
ABDULLAHI COLLINS SHINA
ADEWALE PROSPERITY
AKINRINSOLA AKINTAYO
IAM_MARV
KOLAPO IMAM
KWASU OLOFOFO
NASTHEPOET
OYINLOYE ADEDOTUN SDX
SHOGO OLAWALE
TRENDY MATE
UNILORIN AMEBOR

Big Bold and Beautiful

AKANBI MUBARAKAT OPEYEMI
ATOLAGBE TEMI
BADMUS SAIRAT ADEJUMOKE
CHRISTIANA OMOWUMI/TIANA CREATIONS
CUTEDINO
OWOIYA AISHA/EESHAN
SHINDARA
TAIWO FAVOUR (FAVOURANN)
TEEMA
XHUBEIYDAH GIWA

Dance Crew of the Year

CORPORATE DANCE CREW
EMS STEPERZ
GALAXY ROCKERS
HOUSE OF DAVID
JENIFA OLAITAN FELIX/HORLAITANJEFF
RUGGED INTELLUCTUAL DANCERS (R.I.D)
SSD4CHANGE
THE CUPIDS
THE INNOVATIVE DANCERS(T.I.D)

Dj of the year

DJ ACEMAG
DJ ATECH
DJ CLASSIC
DJ DEW
DJ IZMONEY
DJ KIKKI
DJ LUMINOUS
DJ SLAMMIT
DJ SPARROW
DJ THOX
DJ TUSH
DJ VIBEZ

Entertainment Brand of the Year

BEE MEDIA SOLUTION
BLAST NETWORK
ENIGMA ENT
ENTOURAGE ENTERTAINMENT
HYBRID MEDIA
KOLLYPEE 1
LASERTAG ENT
MY OGBA
ROCK SOUND ENTERTAINMENT
TGP MEDIA
TRENDY MATES

Entrepreneur of the Year

ANIKES KITCHEN
BALXJNR
CHEF BII CATERING
FUAD COUTURE
FUNSHY FOOTWEARS
ICON EMPIRE
IMAM BOLATITO NURRAIN
INCREDIBLE DESIGNZ
ISHOLA KAYODE
ISLAMIYAH OF MIYYAH STYLES
IYANU GBENLE
KIYAHS COLLECTIONS
LIZZYS PLACE
MDS_FASHIONAFFAIRS
PEEJAY ACCESSORIES/BEAUTY SALON

EVA Ambassador

ALIMA AKALA
ALWAYS_MUBBY
AYINDE BOLAJI
CAPTAIN BLUE
DAUDA NAFISAH
DONZEE
KISSBALIZZ
LAWAL MARIAM OMOTAYO
LIMAN HAMIDU
RIDWAN OLAYINKA YUSUF
SOCRATES
THONIA

Face of Kwasu

BABALOLA FOLUKE
CYNTHIA OKEKE
DEBRAH_BEE
ELIZABETH MOYOSORE
FATTY BELLO
KOLAJO ADERONKE
LAWAL ADEOLA MUBARAKAT (MAL)
MARTEAMAH
MISS KWARA INTL AMITY
NURUDEEN ZAINAB AYOMI
OGUNLEYE JOSEPHINE DAMI
OLUWANIFEMI ZAINAB
SULYMAN HALIMAH
TITILOPE OMOWUMI ATOLAGBE

Face of Unilorin

ABDULGANIYU GANIYAT
ABDULKADIR MARYAM
ADEGBOYIN BEAUTITUDE
BABYFACE
DURODOLA MORENIKEJI RAFAT
JOY AJIDE
ODEH MONICA
OLADEJO OLUWABUSOLAMI
OYIN/TINALA
RASAK SAIDAT ABIOLA
REUBEN BRIANNA
UGAMAH CHDINMA LAURETTA

Fashion Designer of the Year Female

235 COUTURE
ABDULKADIR HUMMI SHERYLBEE STITCHES
AKENROYE FAVOUR (SHINYBEAUTY)
ALABEDE MUBARAKAH
EL CLASSIC
GLAM DIVA HOUSE
MEDDYBEEY CONCEPT
SAMKELLS

Fashion designer of the year male

AREMU TRENDZ
B3 CLOTHING
DEMA FASHION WORLD
DOSS
FUAD
HL OUTFIT
JOVVIER CLOTHIERS
MICHEAL RAYMOND
PRESTIGE COUTURE
RILUX
VAD COUTURE
WURAFADAKA

Graphics designer of the Year

CANDY GRAPHIC
DESMOND IBRAHIM/AYDESMOND
EMMANUEL ONI
HYBEE CREATIVE C MEDIA
IBRAHIM MAJEED (IHC)
LEGENDARY MEDIA
PHEMZY GRAHICS
ROMZY
SBG
TEEJHAY MEDIA
Y WORKS

Make up Artist of the Year

ADEGBITE PELUMI LUMIS TOUCH
B.BUTTONS
BECKY’S TOUCH
CYNTHIA RAPHAEL MUSE & MORE
DASAOLU TEMITOPE TEMMYDASH
LAWAL A’ISHA AYIS MAKEOVER
MOHAMMED ROFIAT BLUSHIOUS
OMOTAYO OJO MOOSIGNATURE
SHUKKY HENNA
TEE GOLD MAKE OVER

Mc/ Comedian of the year

ABDULGAFAR ABIOLA THECUTEABIOLA
BEN DA POET
BIG JOHNNY THE TALKACTIVE
DR WHITEBERRY
MC DA NOBLE
MC OKEEYZ
MC PEPERENPE
MC SAMBISA
MC SUNMAN
MC TALENTED
TIMI GOLD
YOUNG MC

Miss Ebony

AKINMULIRE JANE OYEBOLA DUDU GOLD
BAE_DAMA
CYNTIA OLORUNGBON
LATEEFA ADEGBENRO
NINIHORLA
VICTORIA EZINA
ZAINAB BANKOLE

Miss fresher Kwasu

CYNTHIA OKEKE BONIFACE
FAIDAT OLARONKE
IJAIYA IBIDUN
ODEKUNLE PRINCESS

Miss fresher unilorin

ABIDEMI ADISA
ADELAKUN YETUNDE
AJAO FEYISHIKEMI/TINY
ALABI HUSSAINA
AWAN WINIFRED
BAE-DAMA
CHUKWUDEBELU PEACE
ENIOLA EUNICE ADEJOKE
LIYAH
OJENOLU HILDA
SHOMOPE AISHA

Model of the Year Female

ABDULGANIYU NAFISAT FOLASHADE
ADEBAYO MARIAM
AFOLABI SOFIAT
AGBOMIRE GOODNESS
ALEEMAT
CYNTHIA OLORUNGBON
DUNMOYE ABOLANLE
LATEEFAH
MISS_KWASU_2016
OGUNDELE MERCY TEMIDAYO
OLAWALE TEMITAYO FAUZIYAT
SALAKO SEKINAT

Model of the Year male

ABOLANLE DUNMOYE
BABATUNDE MOHAMMED MR KWARA INTLAMITY
BADSNIPEZ
DADA EMMAUEL
DOLAPO HABEEB
DR PEPE
OGUNTADE ABIDEEN
OTUNBA ADEBOWALE OLUMIDE
RAJI MUBARAK
RIDWAN MR KWARA INTL 2016
SHEU MALLAMI
TOYE MR KWARA INTL CULTURE 2016

Most popular female

ABDUSALAM ENIOLA YINKA
ABIOLA AMINA
AKINMULIRE OYEBOLA
BERBIEKLAUS
CHUKS JEMIMA
ELEJA MARYAM
FIKAYO COURAGE
MISS LUIGI HYPES
OSHINYEMI BLESSING
OYINDAMOLA OLAIDE HEADDY
PURITY
RAIMAT ABIMBOLA
ZAYNAB ADEBOYIN GOLD

Most popular male

ABDULKADIR HAMMED
ADEJUMO SHITTU
BAKARE MUBARAK
COACH BELLO ABDULHAQ
EMINENT
JAHRULE
OLADIMEJI OLUSHOLA
SUNDAY FOLORUNSHO GIROUND
UTHMAN BOLAJI(FIDIO)
YAHAYA ABDULLAHI ALL MEN

Most sophisticated female

ADEYEMO OPEYEMI
ADEYI HIKMAH
ALIMI MARIAM
DIJAH
MALLICK WURAOLA
MISS VERSACE
OLUWATOYIN HAUWA
OSO ZAYNAB ABISOYE
SALAU FATIMAH OLAJUMOKE
SHIFAU YUSUPH
UTHMAN AISHAT

Most sophisticated male

AGUDA MUYIWA AKUKUWA
AY GAME
BOLAKALE JABATA
DAMIVERSACE
FAKEYE BUKUNMI
KHALEED OLABANJI
LENOX
MACADUSKY
OMONIYI RAPHEAL
OZOEMANA VINCENT KINGROCKETVIN

Mr Ebony

ABOLARIN BLESSING
ADEKOYA ADENIYI
AKINDELE DOTUN
AWOTUNDE OLANREWAJU
BLESSING OLALEKAN TEEBLAQ
OJO-KUPOLUYI BOLUWATIFE KUPZY
OLUWAFIMIHAN OYEKOLA DJ FIMZY

Mr Fresher

ABDULBASIT OLADELE
JIMMY
MUHAMMED BASHIR
OLOWO
OPOOLA QUDUS
SULYMAN IBRAHIM
YUSUF IDRIS ICEKID

Next Rated

CLIMAX JAY
Dacoke ibile
GEECY
GENEROUS IBILE
ILSWAG
JAYSEEN
JOESWAGG
MR THEO
PIECES
SKYE MIRAYCOOL
WEBCOOL

NGO/Foundation of the Year

ADEDAYO ADETAYO FOUNDATION
EAGLES FOUNDATION FOR HUMANITY
LEAH FOUNDATION
MACOSA KWASU
MIYYAH FOUNDATION
SAAB FOUNDATION
SIGHTING INTELLECTUAL AMBASSADORS SIA
THE SURVIVORS FOUNDATION

Philantrophist of the year

ADEDAYO ADETAYO
ISLAMIYAH OF MIYYAH FOUNDATION
MOYOMOT
OLAWALE SALAU
SIR JENDOR
UNILORIN FASHION POLICE

Photography Award

ADNAN GHAZALI
AJLIGHT MEDIA
B360 PHOTOGRAPHY
BADSNIPEZ THESHUTTERCAP
CLASSIC TOUCH
HILEZ PHOTOGRAPHY
IMAGERY PLUS
MATTBLACK
OKUNSANYA OLANIYI
OKUNSANYA OLANIYI/FATHERLORLD
PHURSUNS PHOTOGRAPHY
QUI-NIPZ STUDIO
THE PHON
TWILIGHT STUDIOS

Socialite of the Year Female

DETOLA_POUNDZ
DOYIN BUSARI
JOKE OLAYIWOLA

Socialite of the Year male

Damola salau
IAM GUCCI1
KEHINDE ILUFOYE
MONSUR OYERINDE
OWOLABI GBENGA DIVINITY
RAJI MUBARAK DOLAPO
RASAQ MONEY

Song of the Year

AWA WA remix bammy tee ft adamze n co
BJ KLIEN PONGILA
correct bt T CASH
Doman ft flex d badguy (shayo)
FELICITY ROTATE
GBEWUDANI by MKIDO
JAYSEEN GOD BLESS
KING SHIMO CUT
KRISH OMOTOSHO GIDI GIRL
Raplann - Filefun
SLIMWIN ADARA
THE BEAT BY DAMIVERSACE FT CHINKO EKUN

Student entrepreneur of the year female

ABDULKAREEM OLAIDE NURAT
ADEKEYE OLUWASEUN OT VENTURES
HASSAN RUKAYAT DAFFODIL MAKEOVER
JIMOH MARIAM OLUBUKOLA MARMOKE
KEMISOLA
LASISI SUKURAT OMOTANWA
OLABISI LAWAL
OLANREWAJU HAFSAT OPEYEMI
RILUX CONCEPT
TFRESH
ZEE STITCHES

Student entrepreneur of the year Male

ADAM ABDULLAHI HORLAREWAJU
AHMED HASSAN
AMUSAN OLADAPO DBIGGZ
AYEDERO OLUWASEUN
DOSUMU AYENI
LA’CARTEL
MOLAR CONCEPTS
OLABISI MEELZ
OLADIPO BOLAJI QUDUS TOSH
SHITTU KPOPSIMNANANG JAY C
SOLOMON WEARS
SULYMAN HL OUTFIT
TOMAS CUT

Student personality of the year

APATA KEHINDE
ARIYIBI AYOKUNMI
AYILARA HAMAD-TIJANI
BAGBANSORO UTHMAN O
BALOGUN MATHEW ADEBOYE
COMMISIONER MIDE
DEBBIE AYEWOH
HABEEB LUKMAN
KING OLA
REMY CHANTER
TAD ENTERTAINMENT
TELIAT KUNLE

Youth Personality of the Year

AHMED EXECUTIVE FARM
CAYSWAGGS
HAKEEM QUEST
NOBLE FAME
SHOLA RAHMAN
TAIYE ILUFOYE