That time of the year is upon us once again. Nigeria News notes that thousands of young students and some not so young students would soon write the Senior School Certificate Examinations, SSCE.
As we are all aware, the SSCE exams are the foundation of all future academic pursuits. Even future job prospects can be determined by how well one did in the exams.
There are several categories of candidates that would be sitting for the exams. The first category are final year high school students having a go for the first time. Repeat candidates who failed the last time would also be part of it.
Other categories include undergraduates who need a credit pass in some subjects before being allowed to continue/graduate as university students; and working adults who never had the opportunity to write the exams and now need to further their education.
To avoid failure, planning is important. So if you (or your ward) want to pass the SSCE exams in one sitting, follow these tried and tested strategies.
1. Be prepared to invest a lot of money
Nothing good comes cheap. If you want the best, you must be prepared to spend quite a bit.
The budget for this mission should be about 10 times the fee you paid to register for the exams. Don’t be afraid, it is likely you won’t need all of it, but it is better to err on the side of deep pockets for this venture
2. Intensive prayers and fasting
Unfortunately, many people think hard work is a substitute for praying and fasting. It is only after repeated failures they realize prayer and fasting is the foundation for success in life.
Forget all those people telling you that the Chinese and Japanese and other Godless nations produce brilliant students without praying and fasting.
Their exams are rigged. How else could anybody pass exams without these two most important valuables: praying and fasting?
Get somebody to recommend a powerful man of God for you. It is even better if you can get more than one man of God.
Since they have a special channel for communicating with God, it is advisable not to take them for granted. Go see them with gifts. Lots of money is preferable.
They would intercede powerfully on behalf of you or your ward. The best ones would recommend several sessions of praying and fasting before the exams.
Don’t joke with the fasting requirement. Even if you or the student can’t read because of hunger, it doesn’t matter as you are already covered spiritually. Who says anything good comes without sacrifices.
3. Register in SSCE exams special/miracle centers
After taking care of the spiritual angle, you need to take care of the physical realm. You have to make sure you don’t leave anything to chance.
After all, it is written that heaven helps those who help themselves. This is another way of saying that the heavens hate lazy people.
Before your prayer and fasting can begin to bear fruits, you must prove to the heavens that you are not lazy.
So investigate properly and identify the best SSCE exams miracle centers. Every city and town has a bunch of them.
The common denominator among them is that they have an uncommonly high rate of success among students who register with them.
Some even boast of a 100% success rate every year. Since you have fulfilled the important condition of praying and fasting, the spirit would lead you to the right miracle center to register for the exams.
Ignore the dilapidated-looking buildings and lack of essential facilities in the center. God works in mysterious ways in case you needed reminding.
You would be asked to pay a lot of money to ensure you or your ward pass with dazzling colors. Pay up. Again, success is never achieved on a platter of miserliness.
Have them walk you through their strategies for passing the exams. These must include how students are handed already prepared answers; leaked questions papers a day before exams; impersonating techniques; or a combination of all three.
4. Get spiritual props from your powerful man of God
Just before the SSCE exams start, you need to visit your spiritual adviser to give you some important exams aids.
We are talking items like holy water, holy oil, anointed pens, and pencils, etc.
These things are important during the exams. You don’t know when an agent of the devil would trick you into writing what you are not supposed to write.
Besides, with these props, even if you didn’t read because prayer and fasting took up so much time, the correct answers would spiritually flow out of your pen and pencil.
5. On the day of the exam
Get to know the invigilators. Be nice to them. Find out if they need anything to make their jobs easier. In most cases, a bit of money is all they require. They are awesome like that.
Then point out your ward to then in case you are not the one writing the exam. Be rest assured, your ward would be given special consideration. In fact, your ward would even be allowed to get away with murder.
6. After each exam
You know that human beings can be dubious. To make sure the SSCE exams miracle center fulfilled their end of the bargain, review each subject after the exam with the person in charge of the miracle center.
Since you paid heavily to pass awesomely, this is one way of making sure you get what you are paying for. Naturally, this would inspire confidence in you that your efforts, both spiritual and temporal, are working perfectly.
You have to go back and give thanks to the man of God for his amazingly effective intervention on your behalf. Don’t go empty-handed.
You have to show your spiritual father that you completely appreciate what he did for you. Besides, you never know when you might need them in future for another dicey mission.
After all, this is just the first stage. There are many more exams to write in future. So when you go to thank them, make them happy by humbly and respectfully giving them more money and gifts.
Trust me, if you follow these steps, there is no way you won’t pass the SSCE exams. With these strategies, there won’t be any need to break the law by forging certificates in some dank, creepy building in Lagos Island.
Loom: Why You Need to be Scare of Loom Ponzi Scheme in Nigeria
Nigerians all over the country have began to sign of for Loom, a ponzi scheme which started to make waves barely a month ago. However, Nigerians’ participation in the ponzi scheme isn’t so much of a surprise as much as the fact that the Nigerian public are yet to learn from the heartbreaks they have suffered in the past through ponzi scheme. It is even more surprising that this is coming after just years that the popular Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox crashed with a millions of naira lost and wasted.
Nigerians are starting to flood towards Loom, another scheme that promises astonishing returns on investment.
MMM penetrated the Nigerian market in 2015 with over 2 million people signing up for the scheme by the time it crashed in December 2016.
Despite the loss of billions to that scheme and many of its ilk, Loom Money Nigeria is starting to gain widespread following among Nigeria’s online community.
Loom is a peer-to-peer pyramid scheme which involves people being invited to invest as little as N1000, or N2000, or N13,000 and get as much as eight times its value within a short period of time.
The Loom pyramid is grouped into four colour-coded levels – purple, blue, orange and red. Whoever is the first to sign up for the group sits in the red level, which is the central level, and gets the payout when the group fills up.
Two people sit in the orange level, while four investors fill the blue level. The purple level takes new entrants with eight spots open.
Once the eight spots in the purple level are filled, the group splits into top half and bottom half as the investors in the outer levels move into new levels.
The new groups of seven investors each then have to recruit eight new investors to once again break the circles into another two groups.
Investors are typically invited to join a WhatsApp group and advised to get as many other investors as possible because the scheme only works if it keeps a steady stream of new investors to pay earlier investors.
The more people are recruited into the group, the quicker it breaks and the quicker the payouts are to investors. The initial investment is usually paid to the group admin who sits in the red level.
When investors start to dry up, groups will take longer to fill up, and newer recruits will lose their investment without any payouts. This will only be averted if there’s an unending supply of new investors, an impossible feat.
Over the years, the Nigerian government has issued several warnings to Nigerians to stay away from investing in Ponzi schemes that involve unregistered investments, unlicensed sellers, secretive and complex strategies.
Loom Money Nigeria only works now because earlier investors are being paid with investments acquired from the recent ones. Once that system slows down, Nigerians are simply left with a looming disaster.
Dangote Laments On Increase In Poverty In Northern Part Of Nigeria
Aliko Dangote, the richest man in Africa and currently ranked by Forbes Magazine as the 100th richest in the world, open up to the northern state Governors on how they’ve constituted in the increase of poverty in the northern part of Nigeria. He further stated that despite the northerners has been the one most involved in agricultural practices, poverty extremely ravages over 60 percent of the northerners, according to the info gotten by the NIGERIA NEWS.
It is truthfully that the northerners constituted the highest part of the Nigeria population and they were found to be the most backward part of Nigeria. Aliko Dangote further expressed in a statement recapped below:
“Nigeria is ranked at 157th out of 189 countries on the human development index. While the overall socio-economic condition in the country is a cause for concern, the regional disparities are in fact very alarming. In the North Western and North Eastern parts of Nigeria, more than 60 per cent of the population lives in extreme poverty.
“It is instructive to know that the 19 Northern states which account for over 54 per cent of Nigeria’s population and 70 per cent of its landmass, collectively generate, only 21 per cent of the total subnational IGR in the year 2017. Northern Nigeria will continue to fall behind if the respective states governments do not move to close the development gap.
“And that is why we are always saying the biggest challenge that we have and what we have been praying for is to have 10 governors like Mallam Nasir El-Rufai to move northern Nigeria forward. Closing the gap requires multi years investment and the government will not be able to raise the required capital funding, only the private sector can raise the capital to fund the level of investment that this country needs.”
The Governors in the northern part of the country should find something to do about the issue of poverty in the northern part of the country as the Federal Government cannot only fund it.
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