WOW! CHECK OUT HOW MFM, FCE AKOKA BRANCH, CELEBRATED THE GRADUATING STUDENTS. THIS IS BIIIIG



The Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM) of the Federal College of Education,Akoka branch also gave their graduating students a special treat.

This is what some of the graduating students have to say about the fellowship

In the oictures are…
Sis Olaniyan Mary (Drama cord/Liberian), Sis Makinde Elizabeth (Sis Cord), Sis Sholadoye Tosin (AGS/Ast Sis cord), Sis Folurunsho Elizabeth (Fin sec), Bro Sam Agbolade (2015/2016 Drama Cord), Bro. Emmanuel Tosin (Bible Cord), Sis Victoria, Sis Iyanu Ruth, Sis Edward Tosin, Sis Yemisi (2015/2016 Sis Cord), Sis Ruth

Dance! Dance! Dance!

BEAUTEOUS FACES LIGHT UP FCE HALL ON THEIR 50TH ANNIVERSARY CEREMONY!



The Federal college of Education (Technical) Akoka, Yaba, Lagos owing to its words on “knowledge, skill and services” recently churned out exceptional students with these traits in the technical, vocational and commercial disciplines from its college.

The Nigerian technical tertiary institution established in 1967 celebrated its 50th anniversary in grand style.

At its November 2017 Golden Jubilee celebration, it marked 50 years of its existence as well as celebrated its 37th convocation ceremony. The students were all filled with ecstasy as they united with one other again.

The college celebrated this golden jubilee with a line up of organized and colourful activities ranging from the Christian and Muslim thanksgiving, provost media chat, carnival, procession grand finale, exhibition,alumni reception,luncheon and other exciting activities; and activities, launching of endowment fund, luncheon for alumni and friends of the college, convocation lecture; dedication of buildings, convocation itself bringing together gradaunds from previous sets; 2015, 2016, 2017 to make it a complete and interesting golden Jubilee Convocation. These activities lasted for several days.

More beauteous faces

The incumbent provost of the college is Dr. Sijibomi O. Olusanya. The event was fully sponsored by the Pepsi bottled drink company

CLICK TO WATCH WHAT THE GRADUATING STUDENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE SCHOOL

MUSIC REVIEW: “YOU ARE BY JEDIDIAAH”. THIS SONG HAS GOT AN 8 MONTH OLD BABY TALKING!


So, from my catalogue of songs, I was looking for the music to review and then post on Ogefash’s blog for you all to see. So, I picked this particular track, but then I listened to it and watched with a divided attention, though it was on repeat. My attention was divided because I carried my niece- Araoluwa and was also doing some other things. But then, I noticed that her eyes never left the screen. For the first time, she valued the couch as all her attention was on the music and I could feel her moving her body to the song. I was glad because if this song made her not to move around the house looking for something to grab, then I would certainly keep playing it every day.

So, because of Araoluwa’s undivided attention, I decided to pause the music and then play it when I am ready to watch. But as soon as I paused it, 8 month old Araoluwa exclaimed “Ah-ah”, and I was aghast; in her baby way though. The reason behind her exclamation was this lovely tune by the one and only full-voiced singer Jedidiaah. So, quickly, I put all works aside, played and watched this sonorous track “You are” by Jedidiaa; this time with an undivided attention.
Click to watch the video



So the lyrics goes thus….

INTRO
We get one papa wey im dey always dey constant, even when we don suave, im still love us.
If you know say im deserve our praise, then join me, make we do this song together…
No b you dey fail o, no b you dey late oo, no b you dey sleep o, no b you dey slumber…
No b you dey disappoint oo, you are Jesus, you are our God
You are Jesus, he is the lamb of God
You are faithful, you are Jesus
That is who you are, the unchanging one.

VERSE 1
No, No b you dey fail o (My father is always one time
No b you dey late o (He is watching over me)
No be you dey sleep o (He no dey sleep, he no dey slumberrrr)
No b you dey slumber (and he has never failed me yet)
No b you dey disappoint oo
Cos you are

CHORUS
You are Jesus, you are our God
You re Jesus. He is the lamb of God
You are saviour, you are Jesus
That is who you are, the unchanging one.

INTERLUDE
You are, you are, there is nowhere you aren’t are
You are so good, you are so kind, you are so faithful
The way you are, just the way you are Lord
You are so faithful and true
……………………


The way you are,just the way you are
You are so good and kind
The way you are, just the way you are
You are so faithful and true
Just the way you are (3x) you remain the same.
Jut the way you are (3x) you are our God
My father, my friend, my king, my saviour,
My lord, just the way you are, you are beautiful, wonderful, so perfect, so beautiful
You are God, all by your self
Just the way you are, you are wonderful, you are marvellous, you are glorious, you are god, you are king, you reign
Lyrics appeared first on Ogefash’s blog

Duration: 4:59

Location:The wedding ground, though outdoor, was beautifully arranged in the usual wedding setting. The bride’s home before she got married was also presentable. Not too many locations were used though.

The singer made sure that there was nothing missing in the wedding ceremony, from the instrumentalists, to the food, cake; though drinks and the flower girls were missing. I am also wondering why the people below stood while eating.

Costume: Good constume

Just thinking
Their dialogue should have been clearly written out on the screen.

Beat: Good beat

ABOUT THE SINGER
Jedidiaah is a multi-talented gospel singer with hits like Akirisore. She is a graduate of the famous University that prides itself as the University of first choice- University of Lagos
akirisorebg

Article by Ogefash’s Styl Media House, please no plagiarism, and if you must lift any content, please acknowledge.
MUSIC

THREE SIGNS THAT SHOW YOU ARE PAYING FOR THE SCHOOL UNIFORM AND NOT THE EDUCATION


So, are you paying for the school uniform or for the education?

The above question is for parents, guardians, custodians, uncles, aunties, brothers, sisters or for anyone sponsoring a pupil’s education. I am sure you think you are paying for the education. Don’t be deceived!

So, here is the reason that I said don’t be deceived…

Most people just put their children in a school without checking the level of improvement of their children, as far as the child goes out in a school uniform in the morning and meets with his or her peers, they are perfect with that. They feel that they are fulfilling their obligation, which is, sending the child to school and also paying the school fees. They have no idea whether the child is improving or not, all they are aware of, or just wait for is the end of the term or session to pay the school fees and nothing more.


The end result of this is that you are most likely paying for the school uniform and not the education. So, after reading this article, if you find yourself guilty of paying for the school uniform and you still decide to stick with the school, I would advise you not to further waste your money, because the popular “Big Eko Market” is still open and you can buy the school uniform material and then sew the cloth for such child (you can buy a whole lot)

SCHOOL FEES RATE/CAPABILITY
Now, the fee of the school has nothing to do with the above topic. A school can be expensive/cheap and still give quality education. What matters most is the capability of the people in the school. If they are not capable, there is no way your children would be capable. Most people tend to put their children in an expensive school, and immediately relax, thinking that all expensive schools give quality education. But that is not the case. An expensive school doesn’t necessarily mean high quality education and a less expensive school doesn’t necessarily mean low quality education. It is not just by having beautiful uniform, beautiful teachers, well dressed teachers, beautiful environment, beautiful classes, whiteboards, sophisticated equipment and so on, the question is, are the people employed also beautifully equipped as well, are they beautifully capable?

In essence, if they are not, your children are just paying for the school uniform.

PHONICS CAPABILITY
Do they teach sounds in that school? can they correlate sounds? If your child is three years old and above and does not know the sounds A-Z, there is a problem with the school and you may need to do a change of school. Yes! How can you teach a child how to spell without making use of these sounds? Because, if a child wants to attempt spelling a word, these sounds are always helpful. When I want to rate a school, I first of all call a child from the smaller classes to recite the sound and if he or she is unable, then I conclude that the school is unable as well. So, school management should ensure that all the teachers know the sounds A-Z

In essence, if your children don’t know their sounds, then, they are just paying for the school uniform.

VALUE
Your child has been in a school for a reasonable period of time and you can’t see obvious changes in the child both academically and character wise, then you should know that you are just paying for the school uniform. A school should be able to add value to a child. If a child goes to school and returns the same way, you as parents, custodians should sense it in you that there is a problem somewhere. There must be an improvement in the child, even if it is not rapid, there should be a slight difference. So, always truly ask yourself if the child is better.

In essence, if there is no improvement in your child, you are just paying for the school uniform.


Article by Ogefash’s Styl Media House, please no plagiarism, and if you must lift any content, please acknowledge.

I WANT TO SPEAK HAUSA TODAY (CLASS 18)


Do you have an Hausa friend or customer, and you feel like surprising them by speaking their language? Ogefash’s blog has got you covered.Put down a word, and we will translate it in Hausa for you. Today’s words…
TIRED/GAJI; I AM/INA; ARE YOU/KUNA, NE KA

ENG: ARE YOU TIRED?
HAUSA: KUNA GAJI?

ENG: I AM TIRED
HAUSA: INA GAJI

ENG: I AM NOT TIRED
HAUSA: NI BA GAJI