Jailbreak at Ikot Ekpene prison, Akwa Ibom state 4 Inmates killed and 36 Escape-Naijabomnet's blog


Four prison inmates have been confimed dead while 36 others escaped in a jailbreak that took place at the Ikot Ekpene Prison in Akwa-Ibom state today December 27th.

According to a statement by the Akwa Ibom state prison command, ASP Ogbajie J. Ogbajie, some prison inmates attacked other inmates that were serving in the prison's kitchen. They seized an axe from their fellow inmates, inflicted a deep cut on their head and immediately made for the rear entrance of the prison. They broke the door with the axe and engaged the staff that chased after them in a battle.

At the end of the scuffle, 4 lost their lives while 7 were recaptured. 36 are still at large and search parties have been activated to effect their recapture.
The Controller of Prisons Akwa Ibom State Command, Alex Oditah has ordered an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the unfortunate incident.

The CP wishes to appeal to members of the public to assist the authority with useful intelligence that will aid in the arrest of the prisoners assuring that security has been strengthened in all prison formations in the State to forestall breach of security.

Source: LIB

Photo's of Church Member Kneeling Down to Greet Their Pastor as sign of Respect in Abuja- Naijabomnet's blog

pastor kneelingGrown ass men pictured kneeling to welcome their pastor who is the founder of Firehouse Assembly in Abuja. Another photo below...

Viral photos of grown men kneeling to welcome their pastor to church in Abuja

How to Score High in 2018 JAMB UTME- Naijabomnet's blog


The need for high JAMB score in your quest for University admission cannot be overemphasized. The question now is, how can I score very high in Jamb 2018? The answers are:

  •  Early Preparations.

  •  Get the right textbooks

  •  Develop a study habit.

  •  Use past questions.

  •  Identify your weak point.

  •  Understand the association connection.

  •  Learn the exam strategies

  •  Study read.

  •  Be Up to date.

  •  Learn basic concepts in computer.


Don’t wait for the exams to be close before you start preparations. Early preparation gives you an edge; don’t think that there is still time.
Live your life with sense of urgency. Have the mentality,  ” I am behind schedule”. Begin to set targets because it will give you a powerful drive towards the exam.
Do you want to score 350+ in Jamb? It all begins from now. Remember, a man who fails to plan is indirectly planning to fail.
Joshua Abuwa said, “The problem with a lot of young persons today is that they don’t have visions, they only have television”. In your quest for university admission, what can you see?. Your worth in life is tied to the quality use of your mind.


Empty the coins  in your purse into your mind and your mind will fill your purse with gold. Reading quality books for your examination will give you nothing, but quality grades.
For every examination, there is a course outline. This guides you on the topics and parts of the topics to cover. It is essential you get the books that cover the required topics and sub-topics.
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) usually recommends texts. Get them and start studying as soon as possible.


Your habits determine your habitat. It is high time you develop a solid study habit. Need help? here is how to start. Before you study, make sure that you are relaxed physically, emotionally and mentally. The following study  practices might be of good help to you.

  • Study in an environment that is best conducive for you. It doesn’t really need to be calm; if a noisy area is OK for you, go with it.

  • Read with revelation. Draw a plan of what you should achieve after the study.

  • All materials that guarantee smooth learning must be ready to avoid searching in the midst of learning.

  • Get a Jotter to put down salient facts.

  • Don’t skip any part of the material if you don’t understand it.

  • Prepare a study time-table and follow it consecutively.

  • Prepare a rest and recreation time-table too. Funny?

  • Read the 10 secrets of successful students and

  • How to remember 90% of what you have read


Past questions are the picture of the future. The future here speaks of the exam you are preparing for. Studying with past questions will act as positive catalyst for your exam. The importance of past questions is they help you to:

  • Know the nature of questions to expect.

  • Identify the dark spots in your text books

  • Take note of the frequently asked questions.

  • Examine your level of preparation by putting yourself in the exam condition.

  • Boosts your confidence.
Note: Most past questions pack have answers at the back. Do not check the answers before you solve the problems. Just make sure that you understand the questions.

Like I always say, “telling yourself the truth is honesty but telling others is integrity.
Find out what works for you and what doesn’t. Find that the subjects and topics you find very easy to learn. In addition, don’t run away from the ones giving you tough time.
Do everything possible to give them tough time too. Just imagine losing 80 marks in mathematics just because you fail to fall in love with it. Handle your weakness or your weakness will handle you.


Who you associate with determines whether you will dissociate or appreciate. There are people who add to your life, those that subtract from you, those that divide and those that multiply you.
Identify those who add to and multiply your success. There is no where you want to go that people haven’t gone to. Look for people whose realities are your dreams.


There are things that don’t seem reasonable but are capable of making you responsible. Understand the following strategies:

  • Any question you get wrong, there are people who will get it right.

  • Some answers follow a pattern. This pattern can help you get the questions you don’t know the correct answers to.

  • After every 30 minutes go back to the questions you think you have answered to be sure if you actually answered it correctly. Sometimes the brain deceives.

  • Increase your speed and don’t leave any option blank.


No matter the motivational books you have read on exam success, the efficacy of hard work cannot be over emphasized. Don’t study for exams the way you study newspapers. Put in effort in your study. Study, but study wise.


Be up to date on your exam date and procedures. Don’t fail to read articles relating to exam success as well. Visit Bentenblog for news relating to your school.


Learn computer since most of your exams will be computer based. Make sure you click the answers and also confirm that you have actually ticked.
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JAMB approves 72 centers in Lagos- Naijabomnet's blog

According to NAN, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has accredited 72 centres in Lagos State for the 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.

The State Coordinator of JAMB, Mr Sunday Aladegbaye, said on Monday in Lagos that 63 centres were accredited for the examination in 2017.

He said the increase indicated that more candidates were likely to participate in 2018 Computer Based UTME.

“Preparations are in top gear for the examination in the state.
“We have accredited 72 centres that have met our requirements for the conduct of the mock and the main examination in 2018.
“But this figure can increase,’’ Aladegbaye said.

He warned mischief makers to desist from setting up strange centres for registration to defraud innocent Nigerians.
“Experience has shown that some group of persons would create a strange website in the name of JAMB and be registering candidates to defraud them.

“This is misleading just as it is criminal.
“We also wish to reach out to candidates to go to only approved centres for their registrations.
“We (JAMB) will not be accountable for anything that happens to them.’’

The JAMB official said that the board would prosecute any person or group of persons caught operating any illegal or unaccredited registration centre for its examinations.
He said the board was prosecuting a fraudster in court for allegedly registering candidates for the 2017 UTME.

“He operated the centre at a place very close to our Lagos office on Ojora way in Lagos.
“When he was caught, he did not show any remorse for his action.

“We will continue with the case until justice is achieved to serve as a deterrent to others.
“We are a credible organisation and feel strongly that things should be done the right way and with due process.

“It is only logical that any person or persons willing to do business with JAMB, go through the right channel in order not to cause Nigerians pains,’’ he said.

Nigerian Couple take their Pre-wedding photos in the Farm (Photos)- Naijabomnet's blog

A Nigerian lady, Vivian Oluoma and fiancé have got themselves trending online after sharing their cute pre-wedding photos which was done in a exclusive and traditional way.

The romantic photos are redolent of the love scene painted in typical Nollywood films in the past.

The soon-to-be couple are set to get married on 28th December 2017 at Amucha Ebeise, Njaba LGA in Imo state.

source: Gistreel

Our Beloved Muslim sister Sodiq Rahmat missing. -Naijabomnet's blog

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This is to inform the General Public that our beloved SISTER SODIQ RAHMAT OMOLADE ENIOLA was missing on 16thof December 2017.

She left home in the morning going for their catering service, but she didn’t come back with them when they suppose to be back last night. 

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Please if found or seen anywhere. Kindly report to the nearest police station or mass media or contact the following number: 


Or taken to the following address:
No 27, Omidundun street, Adeniji Adele, Lagos island, Lagos
No 8, Aduke Street, Agbabiaka, Ilogbo Elegba, Ojo, Lagos.

Please share and forward until she is found…….. Thanks.

NECO Realeses 2017/2018 Gce Result -Naijabomnet's blog

The National Examinations Council (NECO) has released 2017 November/December External Senior School Certificate Examination results.

Prospective candidates are expected to purchase NECO result checking scratch card before proceeding to check their results online,

Cards are available in all NECO offices.

How To Check Result…

1)Go to NECO result checking portal http://www.mynecoexams.com/results/default.aspx

2)Select your examination type i.e. Nov/Dec

3)Select your year of examination i.e. 2017

4)Enter the result checking scratch card PIN number in the required column

5)Enter your examination number

Finally, click on Check My Result button to access your 2017 NECO
GCE result.

Admission victory Tips For Jambite 2018- Naijabomnet’s blog

Admission Success Tips For JAMB Candidates 

The new admission procedure in Nigeria has put some students in panic. Scoring a high mark in JAMB is the best way to have hope of admission. JAMB slashed the cut off marks to 120 but that didn't stop top universities like UI, UNILAG, OAU, UNILORIN and UNIBEN from sticking to their usual 200 cut-off mark. If you want to get into one of these top universities, then you are in for some smart work. Scoring 250+ in JAMB is no difficult task. All you need is the right subject combination and your passion. You can not have passion for engineering and decide to study medicine, you will eventually get lost. Here are things to take note of:

1. Identify your passion: Like I said earlier, You can not have passion for engineering and decide to study medicine, you will eventually get lost. You have to identify the subjects you are passionate about. For example, if you are a science student and you are in love with chemistry, you should go for chemistry - related courses and draft them down. What courses would be in your mind? Pharmacy, pharmacology, lab science and technology, chemical engineering, medicine and surgery, nursing, dentistry etc. These are the top courses related to chemistry. When you draft them down, you can start identifying your passion for each course. Are you a fan of doctors?
Would you love to be like Otedola and own a filling station? Or would you rather spend 5 years and be established on your own as a pharmacist? When you identify what you want, keep that in mind. Let your day rotate around it.

2. Subject combination: Since you have combined your passion and sub-passion, you have to get the best subject combination for your course. Wrong subject combination is one of the major reasons why some intelligent students fail.to be admitted into universities. A pharmacy aspirant may think because mathematics was always important in their secondary school, they must do it in JAMB and prove themselves. Even if you get a 100% in mathematics and 90% in the three other subjects, you won't still gain admission because of your subject combination. The correct subject combination for pharmacy is English, chemistry and biology. It's only a handful of courses that you need mathematics in your JAMB.

3. WORK SMART: Don't just work hard, also work smart. Smart work means utilising your opportunities in the easiest ways possible to bring out the best result. A student who is aspiring for pharmacy would write English, chemistry, biology and physics. Before the student applied for this, he/she must have had passion for at least one of these subjects...especially chemistry since it's like the bed-rock of pharmacy. Now if that student focuses more on chemistry with at least an average knowledge of other subjects, he should attain 250+ in his JAMB.

You read well on chemistry since it's your favourite subject and you try your best to get at least 85%, physics 55%, English 65% and biology 52%...that's a total of 257 in your JAMB. That is pretty nice for any university but it also depends on your O'level result and post utme. You can achieve more than this if you read the English novels given during registration. At least 10 questions are set based on these novels, if you can manage to get 8 of them correctly and boost your total score to 75, you will see your JAMB score rising to 267. In any university in Nigeria, you already qualify for screening if you have this kind of result with a good O'level result and post utme score.

4. Be confident: This is what you need the most if you are planning to implement all these techniques. Without confidence, you might see yourself picking the wrong answers in the exam hall. Then you submit your exam and start hitting your head like "why why why". Make sure you gather as much courage as you can before the day if the exam. Set a goal for yourself. While solving past questions, set the score you want to reach and make sure you achieve it before the exam. This will boost your confidence level above 100%. But don't be overconfident.
 Try to access all your works and correct your mistakes. Make sure you are fast but at the same time, careful. When you have calculations, skip them. Don't even try to solve any calculation until you are through with all your questions then you can return to your calculation and take as much time as you like. Even if you calculate three out of five, it can go a long way in your result. Confidence is key! You can also formulate a quote that boosts your confidence e.g all is well, It is I, I got this.

Bonus: PRAY! PRAY! PRAY! All work and no prayer, makes JAMBITES register again. Make sure you pray for what you want and thank God for doing it before it is done.

I wish you good luck!

Microsoft Company to replace 'Skype for business' with 'Teams'-Naijabomnet's blog

Bill Gates (left) and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella

Microsoft announced it will be making Teams its core communication application for enterprises which was until now Skype for Business.

Skype for Business took over from Lync, Microsoft's previous business chat app, back in 2015.

The company’s corporate VP for office 365 in his public announcement said " "Microsoft Teams will evolve as the core communications client for its cloud-connected users running Office 365. Teams will become the hero and primary experience for all voice, video and meetings.”

Though Microsoft believes that over time, chat-based workspace ''Teams'' will replace the current Skype for Business client, it has taken into consideration the fact that its existing clientele using Skype might not be willing to move on too fast to a new product, and hence will be launching a server of Microsoft’s Skype for Business in 2018.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
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Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. 

For those ready to jump the boat, Microsoft promises a richer user experience with improved features like new calling features and meeting enhancements with outbound and inbound calls to and from regular phones, support for voicemail, call holding, call transfers and more.

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