• 20 THINGS YOU NEED TO DO BEFORE YOU BECOME 30 YEARS: DISCOVER YOURSELF: It is one thing for someone to exist and it is another thing for him to actualize himself by discovering his capabilities, skill, aim, purpose, assignment etc. Knowing yourself is the doorway to self-actualization your thinking is directly proportional to the level of your information ascertainment. People disrespect you because you have not been discovered.

  • COMPUTER SOFTWARE: Is any set of machine-readable instructions most often in the form of a computer program that directs a computer’s processor to perform specific instructions. The term is used to contrast with computer hardware, the physical object [processor and related devices] that carries out the instruction. .

  • OFFICE SYSTEMS : Office Systems, equipment used to create, store, process, or communicate information in a business environment. This information can be manually, electrically, or electronically produced, duplicated, and transmitted.

Friday, 31 January 2014

ICT Inspired>>>Using Technology to Inspire Creativity

Our Goals and Objective
-    To better the life of the society/country and the world at large with ICT
-    To help students become competent and confident users
-    To facilitate good communication between the students, thus prompting better social understanding.
-    Creating jobs for computer literate after graduating from computer training schools.
-    To reveal the important of computer to the society/communities.
-    To erase that fact that computer is difficult to operate.
-    To assist the public to easily access the necessary information over the internet.
-    To help learners to have an open and flexible mind; so as to adjust the inevitable future changes.
-    To contribute to the development of computer among the youths.
-    Exposing you to ICT world; thereby bringing out the genius in you.

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Wednesday, 1 January 2014

Job opportunity for Computer Literate: Are you a Good Typist?


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Thursday, 19 December 2013

Mubi attack: Army kills 12 escaping gunmen in shoot-outh

Beyidi Martins, the Commanding Officer of the Special Battalion enforcing the state of emergency in Mubi, Adamawa, said soldiers killed 12 gunmen who attacked Mubi Central Market on Wednesday.

About 20 gunmen attacked bureau de change shops in the market, killing and injuring about 10 people while they stole an undisclosed amount of local and foreign currencies.

Martins confirmed that the soldiers caught up with the escaping criminals near Digil village in Mubi, where a shoot-out ensued, leading to the killing of the 12 insurgents. Continue...

He said some amount of money and weapons were recovered from them.

This is the second time within the year that the market will experience such attacks on the bureau de change section of the market.

On each of the occasions, the army succeeded in arresting some of the gunmen.

Some residents of Mubi who spoke on the situation, commended the army for the effort.

“They deserve commendation and sustained support and cooperation of the public to enable them to continue the good job,” the residents of the commercial border town said.

Source:lindaikeji's Blog

Sunday, 15 December 2013

Mandela is laid to rest in Qunu, ending a journey that transformed South Africa

Mandela Photographer Reflects
The funeral ceremony Before making their way to the grave site, mourners attended a service in a tent set up at the family compound. They wept, sang and danced in what has become a familiar celebration of his life.
Mandela's coffin, draped in his country's flag, lay atop black and white cattle skins in front of a crescent of 95 candles, each marking a year of his life.
As the national anthem "Nkosi Sikelel' iAfrika" or "God Bless Africa" drifted over the village, a giant picture of Mandela looked down with a smile. Mourners placed their fists on their chests, some with tears streaming down their faces.
"Today marks the end of an extraordinary journey that began 95 years ago," Zuma said during the ceremony. "It is the end of 95 glorious years of a freedom fighter ... a beacon of hope to all those fighting for a just and equitable world order."

The president thanked Mandela's family for sharing him with the world and said his memory will live on.
"We shall not say goodbye, for you are not gone," Zuma said. "You'll live forever in our hearts and minds."
About 4,500 people gathered in the tent, including Machel, who sat next to Mandela's ex-wife, Winnie Mandela.
In other major cities including Johannesburg, crowds watched the funeral at special screenings in stadiums.

Inside Nelson Mandela's home
'I've lost a brother'

Mourners represented all spheres of Mandela's life. There were celebrities, presidents, relatives and former political prisoners.
"You symbolize today and always will ... qualities of forgiveness and reconciliation," said a tearful Ahmed Kathrada, a close friend who served time in prison with Mandela for defying the apartheid government. "I've lost a brother. My life is in a void, and I don't know who to turn to."
Talk show host Oprah Winfrey, Prince Charles and business mogul Richard Branson were also among the attendees.

Final chapter
The funeral and burial cap 10 days of national mourning for a man whose fame transcended borders.
"Nelson Mandela was our leader, our hero, our icon and our father as much as he was yours," Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete said, regaling mourners with tales of a secret visit Mandela made in 1962 to Dar es Salaam to gather support for his party, the African National Congress.
During his fight against apartheid, Mandela fled to Tanzania, which housed the headquarters of the ANC. The white minority government had banned it in South Africa.
In sharp contrast to the days of apartheid, the events honoring Mandela included a great deal of pageantry, as well as state honors.
Mandela's body arrived Saturday in the tiny village in the Eastern Cape province, where he grew up surrounded by lush, tranquil hills and velvety green grass.
Before arriving in Qunu, the body lay in state for three days in Pretoria. After an emotional service at the air base there, which included the handing over of his body to the ruling African National Congress, it was put in a military helicopter for the final leg of his journey.
Though he dined with kings and presidents in his lifetime, the international icon relished his time at the village. He herded cows and goats there as a child, and always said it's where he felt most at peace. Some of his children are also buried there.
"He really believed this is where he belonged," said his daughter, Maki Mandela.
Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years for defying the racist apartheid government that led South Africa for decades. He emerged from prison in 1990 and became South Africa's first black president four years later, all the while promoting forgiveness and reconciliation.
His defiance of white minority rule and his long incarceration for fighting segregation focused the world's attention on apartheid, the legalized racial segregation enforced by the South African government until 1994.
Years after his 1999 retirement from the presidency, Mandela was considered the ideal head of state. He became a yardstick for African leaders, who consistently fell short when measured against him.
"Thank you for being everything we wanted and needed in a leader during a difficult period in our lives," Zuma said.
In keeping with tradition, Mandela was laid to rest in the afternoon, when the sun is at its highest.


Saturday, 14 December 2013

Reasons why blogging is a passion

The other day, I was feeling off-kilter and didn’t know why. My emotions were all out of whack, and my thoughts had become dangerously irrational. To process, I went for a walk and turned to the only activity that makes sense when all seems lost:
The sun began to set, and the darkness of twilight crept in, but I continued to blog, oblivious of my surroundings. Scribbling and scratching until I could no longer see the notebook in front of me, I journaled for over an hour.
Which reminded of why I blog at all.

I blog to capture my thoughts, ideas, and passions. I post them on the web in the hope that, through my experiences, I can make an impact on someone else's life.

I blog to express. I feel like myself when I’m blogging. I blog not for the purpose of making money or the intention of being read, but for the thrill of communicating my feelings, emotions, thoughts, prayers and views- because when I speak things get twisted and never come out right.

I blog because when I don't my soul feels caged. I blog for love of the craft, for the sake of blogging itself.- I blog because I feel compelled to share the ups and downs - the ins and outs - of my life in hopes that someone, somewhere will find hope for themselves in my story.

blog because I feel more creative and free with each keystroke. I blog because the alternative is too sad to think about. I blog because I am drawn to keyboard and LED screen or to my pen and paper, like a bee is drawn to pollen.

I Blog to understand. I do not blog because all the answers are in my possession. I blog for the same reason Bloggers did — because I don’t know what I think until it is blogged. Because by blogging, I am able to see things more clearly.

I blog because I can't paint my imagination with anything but words.

I blog to remember. blogging lets me grasp life in ways that would otherwise escape me. It helps me connect with God and the universe and reminds that I’m still breathing and there’s a reason why.
So today, I am grateful for this gift of expression that helps me better understand my thoughts and remember that I am alive.

I blog because, from my earliest childhood, I have had in inexplicable craving to explain my feelings, to
share my joys, to point out wonder to others, to describe beautiful things, and express things that make 
me laugh or cry or suck in by breath in awe.

Did you see that? Did you hear that? Did you notice that? Does that make you laugh? Isn't that pathetic? Did you feel the wonder well up in your soul at that soaring music, or that magisterial mountain, or that fragrant tree, or that playful bird?

- I enjoy the process of creating something
- I feel I have information/experience stored that may help others in some small way
- I aspire to be the best blogger I can be (so need the practice)
- I enjoy the buzz of releasing a new book/post/article into the world through blogging
- Blogging gives me more back than I give it

I blog because I can’t imagine not doing so. Because in blogging, I become a little bit more of myself.

Why do you blog? Share your comments here!