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List of Traditional Rulers that is Rooted in Benin City

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Without no sentiment or bias here are the list of Traditional rulers that is rooted in Benin City, after carefully research and watching verified video.

The greatest Black Race Empire ever existed in Sub Saharan Africa was the Ancient Benin Empire. An empire feared by all, till the invasion of the Great Britain in 1897. The King then was called Oba Ovonramwen, and because of his greatness and power, he was nicknamed OGBAISI (The one whose fame widely spread over the earth). King Ovonramwen N’Ogbaisi was so feared by all. He fought the last fight with the British that gave birth to the present day Benin Kingdom in 1914. That was the same year He was extradited to Calabar. The Benin throne must be respected by all

So here are the list

Oba of Eko (Lagos) said he is a Benin man,

Obi of Onitsha Ado n’Idu said he is a Benin man,

Osemawe of Ondo (Osé m’awi of Oré Udo) said he is a Benin man,

Eze of Oguta said he is a Benin man,

Olu of Iwerre (warri) said he is a Benin man,

Ovwie of Okere( Urhobo) Kingdom said he is a Benin man,

Obi of Isele Uku said he is a Benin man,

Obi of Agbor said he is a Benin man,

Obi of Umunede said he’s a Benin man

The Obi of Owa said he’s a Benin man

The king of Ibuza said he is a Benin man,

Orodje of Okpe said he is a Benin man,

The Dukes of Oleh and Ozoro( both of Isoko) said they are from Benin,

Udezi( Deji) of akure (Edo n’ekue) said he is a Benin man,

The Dukes of Ikwerre said they are Benin men,

The King of Ogbia Kingdom said he is a Benin man,

Edo is the largest ethnic group in Nigeria until it was decimated and adulterated by the sinister manipulations of the colonialist and their in-house collaborators.

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Peter Okoye Wonders Why Rich People Don’t Fall During Deliverance

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Peter Okoye have wonder why rich people don’t fall during deliverance service.

The popular Nigerian musician, Peter Okoye, has taken to his social media page to ask a very interesting Religious question.

In Africa especially Nigeria, we have seen more Christian’s falling down in church during Deliverance/ exorcism and the singer has observed that it only happens to people who are not rich ( Poor people).

He wrote in his tweet;
I am still Wondering why rich people don’t fall down during Deliverance Service “.

His question triggered massive reactions and answers based on opinion.

Chukwugoziem wrote. Senior man we can’t say, is like money dey comot evil spirit first before deliverance

Christian wrote;
Now do you get it, you are being spun a web of lies.

Religion is organised crime by so many only a few are real Prophets of God therefore demons will thrive in demon environment Hope this helps.

Now we will like to know your opinion in the comments section.

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Five Stages in Dating You Need to Know

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Here are five stages in dating that you need to know, at a point in our lives we tend to need someone by our side, a person who can comfort us in our trying times, a person who understands our mood and accepts our flaws.

When we find that type of person then we decides to date the person.

While dating a person we must understand that there are stages it takes before we may finally accept to marry the person.

Here are the fives stages in dating that you need to know:

1. ATTRACTION:

Every couple experiences this stage. In this stage, everything seems so beautiful, amazing, spotless, and wonderful. The focus at this stage is only on the good things you both will share.

In this stage, you both will spend more time together chatting, calling without missing a day, going out together, and laughing at every silly joke you both cracks whether it’s funny or not.

2. REALITY:

This stage is when you’ll start finding flaws in your partner. Not that you don’t love them anymore, but things will no longer be as it was.

At this stage, you can go a whole day without calling, texting, or chatting with your partner even if you are seeing them online.

3. ANGER AND CHILDISH BEHAVIOUR:

You’ll start getting angry over every little misunderstanding. Those silly jokes you use to find funny back then will now start sounding like an insult to you.

You’ll no longer be afraid of losing your partner. You’ll start talking to them disrespectfully about every little mistake they make.

And in this stage of the relationship, you’ll start casting blames on your partner and you’ll start thinking about how you’ll leave the relationship.

Most relationships are bound to fail at this stage if couples are not aware of the stage they are in. And also at this stage, cheating is inevitable if both parties are not disciplined

4. UNDERSTANDING:

This stage is when you will realize that you both are different individuals from different backgrounds, who have different qualities, who are not perfect, but still, you both have chosen to stick together

5. COMMITMENT AND SUBMISSIVENESS:

With time, you’ll get to know each other so well that you’ll be committed and submissive to each other. Now at this stage, you’ll no longer hide anything from your partner, and you’ll no longer thinking of spending your life with anyone else apart from your partner.

And also, this stage is when couples are aspired to get married; because they now know themselves very well to the point they are no longer afraid of the unknown or the future.

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The Relevance of Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE)

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Student Writing BECE in Nigeria

The relevance of the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is that students sit at the end of junior secondary school since the certificate they acquire does not contribute to their employability in future.

I must say, this is a typical certificate-oriented Nigerian question.

The relevance of the Nigeria Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) is as stated below:

The Basic Education Certificate Examination is one of the most powerful tools we have in our education system. It is meant to help students determine their pathways after JSS3.

It should be used:

1. To highlight if a child should continue the academic pathway by going into SS1 or tow the technical/vocational pathway by joining a technical or vocational school. There, they will become trade certified in their chosen fields and can start to work and earn money after three years of education.

2. To help secondary schools determine the strengths of students who decide on the academic pathway. The subject grades will help schools guide/mentor students on subject choices for Arts, Science or Humanities Department.

3. To predict students’ grades in WASCE. If a child scores a C in English Language in BECE, chances are they will score two levels below that in WASCE without interventions. The school can then put plans in place to improve those grades within the next 3 years.

4. As a tool for school improvement. If properly analysed, it can tell a school its subject strengths and weaknesses. I say up to 30% of a school fails the English Language in BECE, it shows the school is very weak in that area and they may need to look at the teachers, the curriculum, the timetabling, etc on a whole-school level.

Unfortunately, many schools (and supposed professionals) don’t even understand how to use assessment as a tool for students’ progress in general terms…and this type, for national development and planning

We have to understand that assessments aren’t always for the certificates or the future; sometimes they are for now…for data…that leads to interventions and measurable progress.

An employer shouldn’t have any business with your BECE results, actually…maybe, even WASCE

Corruption and fake certificates are what brought on verification exercises in government employments.

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