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Wednesday, May 6, 2020

May 06, 2020

LADDU DONATES IRON ZINC, CASH TO NSCDC

Lafiagi Descendants' Development Union under the leadership of Alhaji Abubkar Yaya Isa (Galadiman Lafiagi) has donated bundles of iron Zinc and Cash to the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Lafiagi Division for the renovation of their area office in Lafiagi.



Saturday, April 4, 2020

April 04, 2020

New Undergraduate Scholarship at Abdulkabir Aliu Foundation





New Undergraduate Scholarship for Nigerians in selected Universities at Abdulkabir Aliu Foundation


New Undergraduate Scholarship For Nigerians in selected Universitites at Abdulkabir Aliu Foundation



To benefit, applicants are required to meet four simple eligibility criteria:

  1. Be a bona fide Muslim student in some selected federal universities
  2. Maintain a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of second class upper (2.1)* or its equivalent for medical students
  3. Be of good moral behaviour
  4. Rank in the top percentile in our qualifying aptitude test.  
  5. Click here to apply:  http://abdulkabiraliufoundation.org.ng/new/

Saturday, February 22, 2020

February 22, 2020

I don't have special reading pattern - Tsonfada, FUBK First Class Graduate

Mohammed Yakub Tsonfada (from Emi Bana Lafiagi), graduated with a first-class degree from Federal University Birnin Kebbi in the 2018/2019 academic session. He had 4.85 CGPA from the department of pure chemistry in the faculty of Science. In this interview with Musa Alhassan (from Emi Korangba Lafiagi), Tsonfada highlighted seriousness, keeping good companies, God's fear and Parents as Four key factors that contributed to his feat. Excerpts. 

Mohammed Yakub Tsonfada
Good morning Sir. Can you please introduce yourself?
I'm Mohammed Yakub Tsonfada popularly called Yakubu from Emi Bana Lafiagi.
Can you please tell me about your educational background?
I started my elementary school at Sommasun LGEA primary school Lafiagi from 1997 to 2003, and then proceeded to Government Secondary School (GSS) Lafiagi from 2003 to 2009. After my secondary school, I was admitted into Kwara State College of Education Technical (COET), Lafiagi where I studied Chemistry Integrated Science Education within the period of 2012/2013 academic session to 2014/2015 academic session. Right now, I am a graduate of Federal University Birnin Kebbi (FUBK) Kebbi State, where I studied pure chemistry in the faculty of Science.

May I know the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) you graduated with?
My CGPA is 4.85

How do you feel graduating with first class?
I feel happy and special but from the bottom of my heart I don't consider it as a big deal, because I have had series of victories like this in the past, as I mentioned earlier, I was the acting SUG president of College of Education Technical Lafiagi, the position wasn't given to me because of election. I was given the position of SUG president simply because of my CGPA, I was having CGPA of 4.84 when I was in my NCE 2 second semester, because of that, the students' affairs division and some other committees looked in to my CGPA and selected me as a leading student of the year. So, I take this as nothing, though everybody needs to be happy as long as you have what you want. I'm happy, I felt special but I don't consider it as something special in my life. Because there is nothing one will have in this world which someone else has not gotten before.

What Factors do you think are responsible for you achieving this great victory?
There are lots of factors, actually, and it depends on the nature of human being. The number one factor is being serious. I don't believe we've best students these days, we only have serious students. Though, being knowledgeable is important but if you're not serious about it it'll be very difficult for you to have CGPA of that extent. Secondly, you have to know the type of friends to keep in school, you may be very intelligent, but if you have bad friends, you may be the dullest student in the school. Thirdly, you need to be conscious of the almighty Allah, because you can't do anything without the consent of Allah, you must to be prayerful. Lastly, our parents, they're very important in our lives. We must respect them, whenever they pray for you, there is no doubt about it; you are going to achieve it. There are lots of things, but these are the four I considered very important. 

Have you been leading your classes in your previous schools?
Yes, because when I was in primary school, I happened to be the Head Boy, and in my secondary school I happened to be the Science laboratory prefect 1 as well MSSN PRO. During my college days, I happened to be the assistant General Secretary in the first and later the President of National Association of Chemistry Students, at the same college of Education Technical Lafiagi. That was between 2014 and 2015, the same session, I happened to be the acting SUG president of the college, and in my university days, I happened to be the assistant Academic Director of Students Chemical Society of Nigeria, FUBK chapter before my graduation.

Is there any evidence of you serving as acting SUG President, any form of certification?
Yes, I was certified. I was given the certificate as acting SUG president.


Can you please tell me some of the experiences you had at Federal University Birnin Kebbi?
I always work hard to make sure I got something good for myself. So that I will be proud of myself whenever I am done with it, that's the best experience I think I ever had. The second one was making good friends, because in the university I had a lot of friends and I realized that 90% of them are good friends.
The bad experience I ever had during my university days was being neglected by people you think they'll help you. I am sorry; I can’t say much on that.

Do you have special reading pattern?
I don't have special reading pattern. What I do is, after a day lectures, I make sure that for three to four hours I go through the lectures we were taught for that day time before I go to bed. I also make sure I go through the lectures we did in past as early as possible in the morning.

If you have opportunity to ask federal University Birnin Kebbi for something, what will your request be?
At this moment, considering the nature of condition I'm currently, if the school can grant me opportunity to be part of them, I will appreciate it. I mean being part of them as a staff. I am appealing to the school to offer admission to more and more of my people from here, because I believe in them, they can do the best. I realized that the number of Nupe people schooling at Federal University Birnin Kebbi especially from this town is very limited.

Are you trying to say they don't give admission base on merit for who come from this side?
In the past, I mean the first and second year of the school, they admit a lot of people from this community; in fact, we that graduated from that school are more than ten from this community. But for the past two years, the number of people that gained admission in the school from this community in that school is reducing.

If you are to study the same course, what can you do differently?
Actually, everybody's affairs depend on what God has destined for you. As human being, we know what we can do and what we can't do. I cannot say if I'm given opportunity I will graduate with 5.00 CGPA, but I know my capability. I worked towards that in the past. Because the two of my last semesters, I mean both first and second semester of my 400L I got CGPA of 5.00.


Do you combine extra curriculum activities with your studies?
Yes, I usually do that. I join Unions, society and sometimes just games.

How were you able to combine extra curriculum activities with your studies?
It’s a matter of programming yourself, I mean good schedules.

Were you in a proposed relationship during your university days? And how were you able to cope with both?
I must thank God, and I must thank my love partner, she actually tried a lot because she shows high level of understanding. Most time, I do ignore her, ignore her calls and other things but she chose to understand that this man is very busy at this moment and allow him to do what he is supposed to do at the moment. I was in a relationship, and by special grace of God I was able to cope with everything.

What advice you'll like to give to students who are behind?
My advice to students who are still in school and those seeking for admission is to have the following four factors at the back of their minds. Firstly, they should be conscious of Allah, they should be serious, they should always remember their parents who sent them to school and lastly which is not the least, they should know the type of friends they keep in school. Once you've all these four factors, from my own point of view, I don't think you'll have problem in school.



Mohammed Yakub Tsonfada


Thank you for honouring LADDU invitation, good luck in your future endeavours – from all of us at LADDU.

Saturday, January 18, 2020

January 18, 2020

LADDU 2019 SUMMIT, TOWN HALL MEETING ARCHIVE




PROGRAMME OF EVENTS
DAY 1:       Friday, 27th December, 2019.
Event 1. Courtesy call:
Courtesy call on HRH, Alh. Sa’adu Kawu Haliru, OFR, Emir of Lafiagi, Chairman Edu Traditional/ Emirate Council and Grand Patron of LADDU. To be led by the National President, Alh. Abubakar Yaya Isa, Galadiman Lafiagi, in company of National Executive Council and members Present
          Venue: Emir’s Palace, Lafiagi
          Time: 8:30am
Event 2. Special Juma’at Prayer:
          i. Special prayers to be led by Chief Imam of Lafiagi.
          ii. Remarks by HRH, Alh. Sa’adu Kawu Haliru, OFR.
          Emir of Lafiagi.
          Venue: Lafiagi Central Mosque, Lafiagi
          Time: 2:30pm
Event 3. Cultural Display
          i.   Introduction of Guests.
          ii. Introduction of Performers / Entertainers
          iii. Remarks by LADDU National President
          iv. Musical / Cultural Displays
          Venue: Emir’s Palace
          Time: 4:00pm 
DAY 2:       Saturday, 28th December, 2019.
1.       Arrival of members and NEC of LADDU
2.       Arrival of Guests and other Dignitaries
3.       The National Anthem   
4.       Opening Prayer by the Chief Imam of Lafiagi
5.       Introduction of the Guests
6.       Address of the Chairman of the Occasion
7.       Presentation of Report by National President
8.       Financial Report by the National Financial Secretary.
          Goodwill Messages
9.       I.   Sen. Mohammed Sha’aba Lafiagi, CON, Dan Iyan Lafiagi
          ii.  Alh. A. R. Shehu, Turakin Lafiagi
          iii  Alh. Ahmed Yahaya Makama, Ndeji Lafiagi
          iv. Alh. Abdulrahman Manzuma, Sha’aba of Lafiagi.
          v.  Alh. Mohammed Jibril Likpata, Ndeji Likpata
          vi. Alh. Ishiaku Mohammed, Wambai Lafiagi       
          vii. Remarks by His Royal Highness, Alh. Sa’adu Kawu Haliru, OFR.
                 Emir of Lafiagi
          vii. His Excellency, Mall. Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq
                 Executive Governor of Kwara State.
10.     Town Hall Meeting Plenary:
          Theme: Annexing the Human Capital and Natural Resources towards Sustainable Development in             Lafiagi Emirate
          I.   Presentation of lead paper on the theme of the summit - Guest Speaker:
          ii. Discussions on Sub-themes
               Contributions & Suggestions
          iii. Communique
11.     Vote of Thanks
12.     Adjournment
13.     Closing Prayer    
DAY 3:       Sunday, 29th December, 2019

I.       Nigeria Correctional Services
ii.       Ndeji Community
iii.      Chewuru Community
iv.      Water Works, Lafiagi.
v.       General Hospital, Lafiagi.
DR. AISHAT L. ABDULKADIR
Girl Child Education: A Panacea for Economic Development
DR. MUHAMMED J. ABDULLAHI
Prevalence of Substance Abuse: A challenge to Mental Health among Youth
ALH. MAMMAN TSWAKO MOHAMMED
Entrepreneurship: Solution to youths Empowerment
ACP AL-HASSAN KAWU
Youth Restiveness: A security threat to community development
BARR. MANZUMA ISSA
Industrial Cooperate Social Responsibility: A must not a privilege

Monday, December 16, 2019

December 16, 2019

LADDU President appreciates Members for contributions, donations

LADDU National President, Alhaji Yaya Isa on behalf of all EXCOS and members appreciate donors and all for their supports. 



In a statement made available to PRO II by the National General Secretary, Dr. Umar Majin, the president appreciate everyone for their contributions adding that the Union still need their assistance now more than ever.

The statement read... Salamalaykun my esteemed members, on behalf of the President and the executive, I appreciated all our donors in the past and of recent, may Allaah replenish you abundantly. 

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And for those who are still contemplating, the Union need your assistance now more than ever. You are all welcome back home coming 27th to 29th Dec 2019.
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Wednesday, December 11, 2019

December 11, 2019

Nupe Alphabets and pronunciation

Nupe Alphabets and pronunciation


Nupe is a number of the Nupoid branch of the Volta-Niger language family. It is spoken mainly in the Middle Belt region of Nigeria, in Niger State, Kwara North, Kogi State and Federal Capital Territory. There are about 1 million speakers of Nupe, which is also known as Nupe-Nupe-Tako, Nufawa, Nupeci or Nupenchi. It is closely related to Gbari and Kakanda.
There are two dialects of Nupe: Nupe central and Nupe Tako. The written language is based on Nupe central.

Nupe alphabet and pronunciation

Nupe alphabet and pronunciation

Notes

Tones are indicated as follows: á = high tone, à = low tone, a = mid tone, â = falling tone, ǎ = rising tone. Alternatively the falling tone is marked as ǎ and the rising tone as â. Other tone indication may be used, as in the sample text.

Sample text in Nupe

Wun ayike yi ga gạ, ga, yi de lefi ndondo à na, yi eta nimi yi ta, gasikiya ma da nimi yi bo à : wun ayike yi ga ye lefi yizi na, U yi Eza aminci, to Gasikiyadeci nạ Wun a jin yi gafara lefi yizi nạ, to nạ Wun a la yi li be eli dede nyi nạ kpata.

Sample video in Nupe

Links

Volta-Niger languages

AjaEdoEweFonGenIgboNupeYorùbá

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December 11, 2019

NUPE NUMERALS: Enyaba NUPE

NUPE NUMERALS: Enyaba NUPE



COUNTING FROM 1-10 IN NUPE

1. Nini
2. Guba
3. Guta
4. Guni
5. Gutsun
6. Gutswanyi
7. Gutwaba
8. Gutota
9. Gutwani
10. Guwo

COUNTING IN TENS IN NUPE

10. Guwo
20. Eshi
30. Gbanwo
40. Shiba
50. Arata
60. Shita
70. Adwani
80. Shini
90. Shitsun din guwo
100. Shitsun

COUNTING IN HUNDREDS IN NUPE

100. Shitsun
200. Kpako
300. Kpako tu shitsun
400. Kpauba
500. Kpauba tu shitsun
600. Kpauta
700. Kpauba tu shitsun
800. Kpauni
900. Kpauni tu shitsun
1000. Kpautsun

COUNTING IN THOUSANDS IN NUPE

1000. Kpautsun
2000. Gba
3000. Gba tu Kpautsun
4000. Gboba
5000. Gboba tu Kpautsun
6000. Gbota
7000. Gbota tu Kpautsun
8000. Gboni
9000. Gboni tu Kpautsun
10,000. Gbotsun

1million. Kpautsuntsun

1billion. Kpautsuntsun eda Kpautsun(Gbagbadi)

1trilion. Kpautsuntsun eda kpautsuntsun (Gbagurasa)

10power15(Billiard). Guwo egi fiti gwegi (Gbagurasakpau)

10power24(Septillion). Sabadzo
​EGI NUPE MI YOO!!​

Sunday, December 8, 2019

December 08, 2019

LADDU 2019 ANNUAL EVENTS

LADDU 2019, ANNUAL EVENTS!

Dear compatriots, arising from the executive meeting held Saturday, 7th December 2019, the following are the programmes of events as approved by LADDU National Executive Council:



Day1:           Friday, December 27, 2019
            i.   Special Jumuat Prayer. Venue: Central Mosque Lafiagi, Time: 2:30 pm.
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            ii.   Cultural display - Venue: Emir's palace.  Time; 4 pm.


Day 2:       Saturday, December 28, 2019
             i.     Town Hall Meeting, Venue: College of Education Technical Lafiagi Auditorium. Time: 9 am prompt.
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           ii.      Children entertainment programme. Venue: President's Residence, Nagun street, Lafiagi. Time: 8pm.


Day 3:         Sunday, December 29, 2019
           i.       Visitation to Nigeria Correctional Service Lafiagi, Ndeji community, Chewuru and General Hospital Lafiagi. Point of convergence: President's residence, Nagun street, Lafiagi. Time: 9:00am






You are all invited to grace the events.



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Sunday, October 20, 2019

October 20, 2019

Customer Care Representative Job at MTN Nigeria



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MTN Nigeria – The leader in telecommunications in Nigeria, and a part of a diverse community in Africa and the Middle East, their brand is instantly recognisable. The Tech Giant is currently recruiting capable hands to fill the Customer Care Representative positions.

MTN CUSTOMER CARE HALL



Job Title: Customer Service Executive
Location: Ilorin (Kwara State)
Address: No 10 Bola Saadu Building, GRA Ilorin

Job Summary
·        The Customer Service Executive is responsible for answering incoming calls; forward callers to appropriate employees and escalate complaints. MTN CCR picks calls routed to MTN customer care number 180


Key Responsibilities
·        Answering incoming calls. Having Conflict resolution skill and not joining issues with customers; patience is very essential in customer service
·        Attend to customers queries, provide customers service requests and escalate complaints
MTN CUSTOMER CARE REPRESENTATIVES AT A NIGHT SHIFT


Qualifications and Experience

·        Minimum OND, ND, NCE, BSc/HND required in any field
·        Applicant must be fluent in English and any of Nigerian 3 major languages; Yoruba, Hausa or Igbo
·        Computer skills including the ability to operate word-processing programs at a basic proficient level. Proper training is available.

Behavioural Competencies:
·        Adaptability
·        Attention to Detail
·        Customer Service

Working Situation:
v  8 hours (Full - Time) & 5 hours (Part - Time) working hours
v  Standing medical service with standard hospitals. Almost free.
v  2 days work off for Full – Time and 1 day work off for Part – Time
v  1 hour break for Full – Time and 30 minutes break for Part – Time per shift.
v  Leave and medical leave available

Salary:
            Attractive salary with add-on
Ø  Full – Time N40,000 and above
Ø  Part – Time N25,000 and above
Training fee is also paid at the end of the training even in occasions were applicant is not employed or wish not to continue with the work
Salary is paid 25th of every month
Mode of Application:
ü  Applicants should submit hard copy of CV to iSON BPO
ü  LADDU offers free submission of CVs and follow up. CV should be sent to LADDU official e-mail address lafiagiladdu@gmail.com
ü  Applicants should clearly indicate language applying for; Hausa, Yoruba or Igbo



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