Free Yoghurt

I hope you are not thinking we would be giving or was giving free yoghurt. Anyways, Chivita was.

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Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday!

Now whose birthday is it?  Mr. Fela Durotoye also known as ‘The wise man’, ‘Mr Fantastic’.


Story short,  FD is a popular Author, Motivational Speaker and a Consultant in numerous fields.

You might be wondering “how come I don’t know this popular person?”, that’s because you know nobody. Haha! Anyways read more of him here.

Today marks a new year for him and all the way from University of Port Harcourt, some groupies are turning up already. Turning Up!? you decide ….

Among his numerous projects is EDEN: A Christian Lifestyle, Entertainment Ministry presently in 9 schools and still expanding.

Below are retrieved images, as students gathered together to mark the end of a long stressful semester. [University of Port Harcourt]


And again, Happy Birthday 🎉🎊🎁 Mr.Fela from us here at ALUTAWAKA 👋

“owo duro pẹlu oyè, jọwọ ranti awọn ọmọ rẹ” 

Behold Unique Uniport

Hi guys!

Well, University of Port Harcourt has had its examinations going on for a while now. But guess what, yesterday wasn’t friendly one bit as the heavy rainstorm quite distracted most examinations.

We couldn’t get an indoor scene but we sure covered outdoor. Geographically, the institution lacks a drainage system, I must conclude.

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NUGA Games suspended over technical hitches

I wouldn’t know but information was that everything regarding the commencement of the NUGA games was set; only for now, The Nigeria University Games Association, NUGA, temporarily suspended its national university Games which began on Saturday in Makurdi, over what it called “technical hitches”, as “both athletes and contingent officials have not been accredited as required by the guidelines of the Games”, reported by NUGA Secretary-General, B. O. Orodele, who announced the suspension on Sunday in Makurdi: ‘Naija for you.

“The temporary suspension will enable both the officials of NUGA and the host university to sort out the technical hitches,” he said.

Reacting to the hitches, the President of NUGA, Stephen Hanafyelto of the University of Maiduguri, blamed the confusion on the ICT Unit of the association which “defied my instructions over accreditation. If the problems are not resolved before Monday, we will have no option than to cancel the Games”

Athletes, who spoke on the development, expressed dissatisfaction over the confusion that had enveloped the games. They regretted the poor arrangements from NUGA and the host university, and called for a timely resolution of the differences and the technical hitches, so that the games would resume.

Coaches, heads of university contingent and athletes are therefore advised to manage available facilities for the success of the Games.