Sticks & Love – Silent Film Review & Takeaway

It’s Friday and you know it’s movie night! It’s been a long week, and so we are watching a Nigerian short film written, directed and edited by filmmaker Emeka Chukwuleta. Sticks and love is a 7-minute film which has sparked conversations since its release on Father’s Day. If you haven’t seen it yet, I’m here for you. Continue reading Sticks & Love – Silent Film Review & Takeaway

20 Tips for Renewing Your Nigerian Passport in United Kingdom

Following my previous post on how to renew your Nigerian Passport in Nigeria. This post is a guide on how to renew your passport in the United Kingdom (UK). Go to the Nigerian High Commission website and read ALL the instructions carefully. Then to the Nigerian Immigration Immigration Portal, fill out the form and follow the instructions carefully, particularly when making multiple applications or paying … Continue reading 20 Tips for Renewing Your Nigerian Passport in United Kingdom

Reading Living: First Semester Summary

Since I’ve told you about the books I read this semester, I think it’s a good idea to fill you in on the rest of student-life with a summary of the semester. Settling in The first few weeks here were hectic to be honest. Finding my accommodation on day one was a hassle not just because the weather was comparatively cold but the trekking in this … Continue reading Reading Living: First Semester Summary

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Food Review: Yahuza Kilishi (Dried Meat)

Yahuza Suya Spot Nig. Ltd is known for making the best Suya in Abuja. Beef, chicken, kidney, liver, gizzard; You name it? They have got it. Fresh off the grill, briskly chopped and neatly wrapped in aluminum foil, with the choice of raw cabbage, onions and Yaji, they also sell the fluffiest Masa I have ever had. But, this is not a Suya review. I’m here about their Kilishi. Continue reading Food Review: Yahuza Kilishi (Dried Meat)

Movie Review: Tulip Fever

It’s February, the month of love, and we are kicking it off with this romantic drama: Tulip Fever Released late last year, this story is set in 17th Century Amsterdam, where an orphaned girl Sophia is forced to marry a wealthy merchant; Cornelius, to save her from a life of poverty. In return, he wants an heir. But Sophie can’t give him one and becomes worried … Continue reading Movie Review: Tulip Fever

Movie Review: The Mountain Between Us

First, I feel like this movie was deliberately interracial, given all the racial tensions in the US this past year. The main characters are Hollywood A-Listers. Kate Winslet (famous for her role in the Titanic) plays Alex Martin an inquisitive international journalist covering war turn areas and Idris Elba a British neurosurgeon, Dr Ben Bass. Continue reading Movie Review: The Mountain Between Us

COMPRO EXAMINATION FOR NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVANTS

2017 COMPRO PAST QUESTIONS – COMMON LAW

Wednesday, 20th September 2017 Instruction: Answer any five (5) questions. All questions carry equal marks. 1. List three (3) ways a person can become a citizen of Nigeria. 2. List four (4) sources of Nigerian Law. 3. Explain the term “Separation of Power”. 4. List five (5) fundamental Rights guaranteed under Chapter Four of the 199 Constitution of the Federal Government of Nigeria (as amended). … Continue reading 2017 COMPRO PAST QUESTIONS – COMMON LAW

COMPRO EXAMINATION FOR NIGERIAN CIVIL SERVANTS

2017 COMPRO PAST QUESTIONS – GENERAL PAPER

Wednesday, 20th September 2017 Instruction: Answer any five (5) questions. All questions carry equal marks. Mention five (5) ways in which vacancy occurs in the Federal Civil Service Write the following abbreviations in full KIV a.b.c b.u f.f.n.a OHCSF List five (5) Codes of Ethics in the Government Business Mention five (5) circumstances in which an officer may be removed from the Civil Service What … Continue reading 2017 COMPRO PAST QUESTIONS – GENERAL PAPER