Shola Ogudu, the baby mama of Wizkid, has weighed in on the sex video scandal rocking Chrisland Schools in Victoria Island, Lagos.
Her son, Boluwatife, attends the school and they were both on the trip to Dubai where the pupils recorded the sex video.
Ogudu, writing via her Instagram handle: @O.Oluwashola, said she was shocked that when the only girl in the video was accosted over the development, she owned up to it “with her full chest”, a local parlance for accepting full responsibility for issues.
She wrote: “I accompanied my son to represent his school at the just-concluded WSG.
“I remember vividly the ‘shock’ in my son’s face when he was telling me about a video some other kids were watching.
“He said: ‘Mum, I couldn’t stand the video I had to excuse myself.’
“He said the gist circulating was that the girl and her click played a game of truth or dare, of which this particular girl couldn’t stop with the mind-bugging dares.
“I couldn’t believe my ears when I learned about the nasty activities these little kids get themselves involved in.
“To make matters worse, even when she was accosted about the video, she was owing to it with her full chest.”
Ogudu said the school and teachers are not to blame for the “immoral act”.
She added that parents also have a role to play in a child’s uprightness.
Net foreign exchange inflow into Nigeria drops by 62%
Net foreign exchange inflow into the Nigerian economy fell by 62 per cent year on year to $950 million in January 2022 from $2.5 billion in the corresponding period of 2021.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) disclosed this in its Economic Report for January 2022.
According to the apex bank, it sold $720 million forex through the Investors and Exporters (I&E) and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) windows during the review period.
The CBN noted that forex inflow dropped YoY by 20.3 per cent to $4.36 billion in January 2022 from $5.47 billion in January 2021.
However, forex outflow through the economy rose by 14.8 per cent to $3.41 billion in January 2022 from $2.97 billion in January 2021.
A further look at the numbers showed that YoY forex inflow through the CBN rose by 5.2 per cent to $1.82 billion in January 2022 from $1.73 billion in January 2021.
On the other hand, forex outflow through the bank fell by 8.1 per cent to $2.6 billion in January 2022 from $2.83 billion in January 2021.
CBN said: “The economy recorded lower net foreign exchange inflow in January, driven, mainly, by net flows from the CBN and autonomous sources. Aggregate foreign exchange inflow into the economy declined by 36.7 per cent to $4.36 billion in January 2022, from $6.89 billion in December 2021.
“The total foreign exchange outflow decreased by 5.1 per cent to $3.41 billion from $3.59 billion in the preceding period.
“A net inflow of $0.95 billion was recorded in the month under review, compared with net inflow of $3.29 billion in the preceding period.
“Further analysis shows that foreign exchange inflow into the bank fell by 36.7 per cent to $1.82 billion from $2.88 billion, attributed to 45.4 per cent decline in non-oil components, mainly, TSA and third-party receipts/MDA transfers, other official receipts and swaps.
“Autonomous inflow also decreased by 36.7 per cent to $2.54 billion, from $4.01 billion, due to reduction in invisible purchases.
“Foreign exchange outflow through the bank fell by 18.3 per cent to $2.60 billion from $3.18 billion in December 2021, due, largely, to decrease in public sector/direct payment, 3rd party MDA transfers, sales at the Secondary Market Intervention Sales (SMIS) and Investors & Exporters’ (I&E) windows.
“Consequently, a net outflow of $0.78 billion was recorded through the bank in January, from $0.30 billion in the previous month.”
The report also showed that the forex sold to I&E window rose YoY by 163 per cent to $580 million from $220 million in January 2021.
NYSC Registration 2022 Batch A, B & C Stream 1 and 2 | www.nysc.org.ng
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Naijaonpoint reports that the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) registration has started on the NYSC portal www.nysc.org.ng. Prospective Corps Members (PCMs) should login to the registration portal for Batch A, Batch B and Batch C respectively and commence registration immediately.
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Information reach ing us has it that NYSC Batch A, B and C registration has been announced and will begin according. You are expected to go to the portal and also read this article to get the online registration guidelines.
NYSC Registration Requirements 2022
Batch A, Batch B and Batch C NYSC Registration requirements will be published in this section. All Prospective Corps Members must read the following requirements before starting to register for the National Youth Service Corps.
- You must have an email address and an active phone number.
- Scanned Passport Photographs.
- Only those in the NYSC Senate List are eligible to register.
- Your Matriculation Number must be Accurate (This applies to locally trained PCMs).
- Foreign PCMs should upload i.) WAEC, GCE, NECO or NABTEB result or High School Diploma ii.) International Passport. iii.) First Degree i.e B.SC, HND from an accredited foreign academic institution.
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