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“My Transition Hours PDF” Fake Or Real?

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Just after 2 days after the release of Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan’s book titled My Transition Hours was released to the public, there are now fake versions which have begun to circulate and make the rounds online.

For you as an individual, if you were not opportune to be present at the Launch of the My Transition Hours whereby the original versions was displayed, in every way, you might have read the fake version of the book especially if you are reading it online.

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However, this article will surely detail out how you can know whether the My Transition Hours you are reading online is real or fake. It is important you get to read the real version so as not to be misinformed about what Goodluck Jonathan is trying to pass across.

To know a real or fake version of the book, the real version has 194 pages wile the fake version contains 254 pages and it is in a PDF document of about 4mb size.

Also, the real version of the book has 15 chapters while the fake version of the book has 12 chapters.

Furthermore, the real version of the book has the copyright to be in 2019 and funny enough the writers of the fake version must have seen the future because the copyright of the fake version of the book shows that it was made in 2015.

In addition, the real version of the book commences with Foreword, Acknowledgement and Prologue accordingly while the fake version which is believed to be in a PDF document commences with Acknowledgement, Prologue and Introduction accordingly.

The real version also begins with the first chapter called Reflections and the sentence reads “The circumstances of my family background, birth and childhood would not have led anyone to believe that I would rule Nigeria”, while the fake version first chapter is titled Looking back and then first sentence reads that it was an unusual entry into politics and that he did not want to go into politics before.

From the above , it is clear that the “My Transition hours pdf” which has been surfacing online since 2 days ago after the launch of the book is fake and even the former president Goodluck Jonathan have publicly come out to state that there are fake copies of his book everywhere now.

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NYSC: How Major NYSC Camps Look Like and What to Know as Potential Corps Member

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National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)  is a mandatory one year service for all Nigerian graduates.  The programme is aimed at fostering and enhancing unity among Nigerians and also to promote patriotism and to build a sense of national consciousness among the Nigerian youth.

As soon as you receive NYSC (National Youth Service Corps) draft notice or you see your name in the NYSC mobilization list, you should be prepared for a new stage of your life, a stage of one-year serving your fatherland. Now you become interested in NYSC orientation camps in our country. We will try to give useful information and define the best NYSC orientation camp in Nigeria.

The major aim of each of the different NYSC Camps in the country is to foster love and unity among the corps members who raised from different ethnic, religious and family backgrounds. Without forgetting, getting the corps members familiar in knowledge and actions with paramilitary drills is also a core part of NYSC orientation camp.

It is worthy of note that NYSC orientation camps are located in all 36 states of the country including the Federal Capital territory in Abuja.  This means that there are 37 NYSac orientation camps in Nigeria.

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However these camps defer in terms of structural and comfortability settings as some camps are better than the others in terms of structural and infrastructural beauty and comfortability. Despite these infrastructural differences,  social life remains almost the same in the various camps.

For the purpose of getting you familiar with these camps,  NigeriaNews has compiled the list of the 7 best NYSC orientation camps in the country.

1. AKWA IBOM STATE NYSC CAMP
It takes the 1st place in our chart, statistics shows, that many graduates want to spend an obligatory year period exactly there.
*LOCATION: Ikot Itie Udung/Nsit Atai Local Government Area (LGA).
* STATE ALLOWANCES: 20,000 NGN
Other positive sides: nice weather, peaceful people.

2. LAGOS STATE NYSX CAMP
* LOCATION: Iyana Ipaja/Agege.
* STATE ALLOWANCE: from 5,000 to 15,000 NGN
* OTHER POSITIVE FACTORS: nice weather, promising employment opportunities, side attractions, interesting people, the business center.

3. FCT, ABUJA NYSC CAMP
* LOCATION: Kubwa/Bwari Area Council/FCT.
* STATE ALLOWANCE: 4,000 NGN
* OTHER POSITIVE FACTORS: high level of protection and safe.

4. ZAMFARA STATE NYSC CAMP
* LOCATION: Beside FRSC Office/Tsafe LGA.
* STATE ALLOWANCES: 3,000 NGN

5. OGUN STATE NYSC CAMP
* LOCATION: Ikenne Road/Sagamu LGA.
* STATE ALLOWANCES: 5,000 NGN

6. OSUN STATE NYSC CAMP
* LOCATION: Aisu College Hospital Road/Ede North LGA.
* STATE ALLOWANCES: 5,000 NGN

7. KANO STATE NYSC CAMP
* LOCATION: Kusala Dam/Karaye LGA.
* STATE ALLOWANCES: 5,000 NGN

We wish you all the best in your service year

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Achebe was Better than Soyinka, He should have Won the Noble Prize Instead – Reno Omokri

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Former presidential spokesperson and writer, Reno Omokri, is well known for sharing his views without apologies on social media even if they are sometimes controversial.

This time around, Omokri seems to have shaken some tables and stepped on some toes with his latest tweet about the Nobel Prize awarded to Wole Soyinka as he claimed that Chinua Achebe should have gotten the award instead.

Wole Soyinka and Chinua Achebe have written a lot of literary works which has influenced and continue to impact millions all around the globe and their works have been praised by Africans and non-Africans as their work will remain relevant for years or even centuries to come

According to Reno, he would have awarded the Nobel Prize to Chinua Achebe 100 times out of 100 instead of Soyinka. He explained that he has read the works of both writers but he feels Achebe’s works are by far more superior to Soyinka’s.

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According to Reno Omokri’s tweet: “Between Chinua Achebe and Professor Wole Soyinka, I would give the @NobelPrize for literature to Achebe 100 times out of 100 times. I still don’t understand how Soyinka got it and Achebe did not. I read their books. Achebe’s works are by far the more superior works of literature.”

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