katapoT of ENVY_____Unilag guys smash reekado Bank’s Car_____Katapot Of Envy? UNILAG Students Smash Reekado Banks’s Car Windscreen [See Photo] Mavin buzzing act, Reekado Banks after putting up a brilliant performance last night at an event in UNILAG got his car windscreen smashed by the overwhelming students. Poor Reekado took to instagram to express how delighted he was with his performance, however he never failed to mention on a sad note, how they broke his windscreen. See the pics below; The reason for their action isn’t justifiable but being an alumnus of UNILAG, they might be demanding he pays his dues. Anyways, Reeks apparently isn’t that bothered, at least he dines with the rich Mavin crew. Definitely he’ll get a replacement. –

Brymo reveals why he will never return to CHOC records_____In a recent interview with Goldmyne, former Choc City record label singer, Olawale Ashimi a.k.a. Brymo disclosed that he would never go back to the music label. According to the singer, after the dispute he had with the record label in 2013, it is only natural for him to leave and never to come back. He added that it was only business that kept them together but for Jesse Jagz, it is more that business. “I can assure you that my core followers won’t expect me to go back and it is more than business for Jesse. It is family, so his going back is expected. But for me, it was contract that tied us together and since it has been broken and they dragged me to court, it was only natural that I go my way. I would also appreciate the media to stop talking about me going back to Chocolate City because it would never happen,” he said. It would be recalled that in 2013, the split and legal tussle involving Brymo and Chocolate City made the headlines. It lingered, but finally ended in favour of the singer. Since then, Brymo decided to pursue his career without leaning on any label for survival. –

Bank reduce withdrawal limit on ATM_____In an effort to curtail the value of naira, affecting existing withdrawal limits on Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) and foreign transactions on all existing Naira debit cards (ATM cards), withdrawals limit on ATM has been further reduced. In the new arrangement, all ATMs that were previously enabled for domestic and foreign transactions have been restructured to limit naira cash withdrawal at ATMs to N60,000 per day while foreign currency is $300 per day, the previous  domestic withdrawal limit was N150,000 per day. The new arrangement has also separated traditional ATM from MasterCard credit card where the former has now been deactivated and can no longer be used for transactions abroad. In the past, a single ATM card serves for transactions for both domestic and abroad. Also, the restructured cards now have spending limits on POS/eCommerce (online shopping) pegged at $300 (about N60,000) per day. Before this, the limit was N2 million per day. In the new arrangement, a bank customer with multiple debit cards (ATM cards), only the one linked to the primary transactional account will be enabled for use abroad. Hitherto, such customers could transact with any of the cards that is funded. However, banks are putting in place alternatives in these adjustments to address the concern of customers who are now being directed by their banks to reapply for a new card arrangement to suit their purposes. These new developments are coming on the heels of Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) statement on Sunday that all legitimate requests for foreign currency for eligible transactions, normally referred to as ‘invisibles,’ such as remittances for school fees, student maintenance allowances, BTA, PTA, medical and other eligible transactions, shall be fully met at the official/interbank exchange rate. A statement from the CBN added that already all the legitimate demands for such transactions through recognised channels have so far been fully met by CBN. “The CBN hereby directs all authorised dealers in foreign exchange in Nigeria to henceforth treat as top priority all legitimate demand for foreign exchange for eligible transactions. “The CBN once again advises individuals that wish to source foreign currency for such eligible transactions to approach their banks with their legitimate demand as the CBN has made adequate provisions of foreign currency for all such legitimate and eligible purposes. “Furthermore, holders of Naira denominated debit and credit cards shall continue to have access to the use of their cards at ATMs in any part of the world but subject to the annual limit of $50,000. ATM withdraws shall continue to be a maximum of $300 per day,the statement stated.   –

ιfє ναяѕιту ∂є¢ℓαяєѕ ¢υяfєω σνєя мσиαя¢н’ѕ ∂ємιѕє______Ife – Authorities of the Obafemi Awolowo Univeristy, has directed its students to stay indoors throughout the duration of the final rites of the late traditional ruler of the town, Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Premium Times reports. In a statement, the Dean of Students’ Affairs of the institution, Lateefat Durosimi, on Tuesday directed students to remain calm and stay indoors throughout the duration of the burial rites. The Ife Council of Chiefs had yesterday warned all residents in Ile Ife to remain indoors tomorrow between 9am and 5pm. In the same vein, the institution has also put off all continuous assessment exercises such as test and classes earlier slated for Wednesday.

нσω тнιєνєѕ яσб νια αтм____иєє∂ тσ бє ¢αяєfυℓ ___pictured above is ATM machine in Sioux Falls where Authorities found card skimmers on them which thieves placed on the devices to capture financial information so they can gain access to accounts. Police say this is the first time they’ve found credit card skimmers in the area. Officials say they believe no one’s card information is compromised after skimmers recorded sensitive material at two ATMs in the southwest part of the city. Officer Sam Clemens with the Sioux Falls Police Department says authorities removed the skimmers before people trying to steal financial information could retrieve them. Clemens says the devices have two parts…     “One of them goes over the slot where you insert the card. The other one has a camera that records the PIN number,” Clemens says. “And they record that, and they’re able to get the data from the swiped card but then also they have the PIN number, and that’s how they access it.” Clemens says the skimmers are not obvious, and the cameras are tiny. He says people should pay attention to the way their ATM looks. Clemens recommends a simple gesture to help protect against fraud. “Even if there’s nobody around, it’s still a good idea to place a hand above the keypad when you’re entering your PIN number, just on the off-chance that there is a skimmer that’s been installed on there and you don’t notice it. They’d have your card information, but they wouldn’t have your PIN number,” Clemens says. Clemens says the Sioux Falls Police Department has turned over the skimmer investigation to the Secret Service.” – See more at: http://www.basehitz.wordpress.com

Most Nigerian students get confused when it comes to choosing the actual JAMB subjects for the courses they intend to study. In this piece, you get to see a list of courses offered in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions and their JAMB subject combination.   Listed below are some courses and their required JAMB subject combination. Note: It is obvious that Use of English is compulsory for all JAMB candidates.   1- ENGINEERING Maths, Phy, Chem 2- M.B.B.S Bio, Phy, Chem 3-NURSING Phy, Bio, Chem 4-COMPUTER SCI. Maths, Bio, Phy 5-PHARMACY Bio, Phy, Chem 6-BIOCHEMISTRY Bio, Phy, Chem 7-INDUSTRIAL CHEM Maths, Phy, Chem 8-GEOLOGY Geography, Phy, Chem 9-MATHEMATICS Maths, Phy, Chem 10-MICROBIOLOGY Bio, Phy, Chem 11-ECONOMICS Maths, Econs, any other social science subject 12-SOCIOLOGY Maths, Econs, any other social science subject 13-PSYCHOLOGY Maths, Econs, any other social science subject 14-POLITICAL SCI Maths, Econs, any other social science subject 15-PUBLIC ADMIN Maths, Econs, any other social science subject 16-ACCOUNTING Maths, Econs, any other social science subject 17-BUSINES ADMIN Maths, Econs, any social science 18-BANKING AND FINANCE Maths, Econs, any other social science subject 19-LAW Literature, Econs, any other art subject 20-Ma$$ COMM Literature, Econs, any other art subject 21-LINGUISTIC Literature, Econs, any other art subject 22-PHYLOSOPHY_____________more @basehitz.wordpress.com