The next French President is 39 years old.
But that is not the news.
He is married to a 64 year-old, that is still not the news.
His wife was his class teacher 24 years ago…not still the news.
His then class teacher had a daughter who was his class-mate…everybody including his parents thought this teacher’s daughter was his girlfriend…nope they were wrong.
He fell in love with his class teacher when he was 15…she was “happily married” with 3 kids…now the “happily married” is relative in this context.
At 17, he promised to marry her. She was at the time 42 years.
They got married in 2007 with our man now 30…well she was almost 55.
Next month he is going to be sworn-in as the President of France 6 months to his 40th birthday while his lovely wife who has 3 adult kids and 7 grandchildren (her first child is two years older than her husband while her second child, the former classmate/sweetheart is the same age as him).
His name is Emmanuel Macron (39) and he is the next President of France.
I initially had thought that this piece will motivate one alone. It was not until I read it again in Ben Carson’s “Think Big” that I know that it is also a wise saying.
Today on MMM, I wish to share with you the commonest of all mottos used in schools. So common is this motto that you can’t go to any state in Nigeria without finding a school with this motto. I even saw it as university motto in recent times
The motto is : “Knowledge is power”.This is indeed a simple but very meaningful sentence. Infact it is enough to motivate one to seek knowledge. A man with physical strength is powerful, a man with emotional strength is more powerful but a man with knowledge is the most powerful of them all.
How powerful is knowledge? Knowledge is likened to a key to a lock. If one has the strength alone, can one open a locked door without breaking it? If one has the key but does not know how to use it, can one open the door? Do doors…
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Yes, I have to reblog this for the guys and girls writing their terminal examinations. Here are tips on how to prepare for your examinations. This is the little we have. Thanks
Been a while followers of my blog… Really sorry of my inactivity. Thank God I am back anyway.. So how has been your academics? I hope it has been Great..Well, this post is for secondary and primary school students who are most likely either starting examinations today or preparing very soon for their examinations. I want to share with you good tips for your success in any examination.
- Although, you should have been preparing for the examinations since like three weeks ago, a night before every examinations is the best time for revision . Go over your notes once more, try and recap what you have read and make sure you write them down. Findings show that you tend to remember things that you wrote out off hand because you know them . The best time to do this is before you sleep at the hour of 10 00 pm.
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I am currently reading this book and it has been really really amazing. Though it is an old book, it will always be a tight one.
I beg to share with you an excerpt I saw in the book on page 20 of it. It reads:
“ The world of books is the most remarkable creation of man; nothing else that he builds ever lasts. Monuments fall, nations perish, civilizations grow old and die out. After an era of darkness, new races build others; but in the world of books are volumes that live on still as young and fresh as the day they were written, still telling men’s hearts of the hearts of men centuries dead “. – Clarence Day.
Reading this excerpt from the book made me know that the age of a book does not matter but it content matters a lot. So many you can gain from reading books, old or new that the writer, Dr Ben Carson also attested to it.
How many books have you read this year? How many books have you read in the past 90 days?
Today I challenge you to read at least two books every month? Can you try ? I guess you can if you will.
Home Management 3 (Practical ) 3hrs
Wednesday,22nd March, 2017
Technical Drawing 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.15am
Technical Drawing 1 (Objective) 10.15am � 11.15am
Health Science 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) 2.00pm � 3.45pm
Health Education 3 (Alternative to Practical Work) 2.00pm �3.45pm
Thursday, 23rd March, 2017
Fisheries (Alternative B) 2(Essay)
Fisheries (Alternative B) 1 (Objective)
Tuesday, 28th March, 2017
Foods and Nutrition 2 (Essay) 08.30am� 09.45am
Foods and Nutrition 1 (Objective) 09.45am � 10.45am
Home Management 2 (Essay) 1.00pm � 2.00pm
Home Management 1 (Objective) 2.00am � 3.00pm
Wednesday, 29th March, 2017
History 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
History 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
Friday, 31st March, 2017
Data Processing 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Data Processing 1 (Objective) 10.30am� 11.30am
Monday, 3rd April, 2017
Igbo 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Igbo 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
Hausa 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Hausa 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
Yoruba 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Yoruba 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
Civic Education 2 (Essay) 1.00pm. � 3.00pm
Civic Education 1 (Objective) 3.00pm � 4.00pm
Tuesday, 4th April, 2017
Physics 3 (Practical Alternative A) 08.30am � 11.15am (1st Set)
Physics 3 (Practical Alternative A) 11.40am � 2.25pm (2nd Set)============================
Wednesday, 5th April, 2017
Literature-In-English 2 (Prose) 08.30am� 09.45am
Literature-In-English 1 (Objective) 09.45am � 10.45am
Geography 2 (Essay) 1.00pm � 3.00pm
Geography 1(Objective) 3.00 pm. � 4.00pm
Thursday, 6th April, 2017
Physics 3 (Practical Alternative B) 08.30am � 11.15am (1st Set)
Physics 3 (Practical Alternative B) 11.40am � 2.25pm (2ndSet)
Health Science 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.00am
Health Science 1 (Objective) 10.00am � 11.00am
Health Education 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.00am
Health Education 1 (Objective) 10.00am �11.00am
Monday, 10th April, 2017
Physics 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.00am
Physics 1 (Objective) 10.00 am � 11.15am
Geography 3(Practical and Physical Geography) 1.00am-2.50pm
Tuesday, 11th April, 2017
Chemistry 3 (Practical Alternative A) 08.30am � 10.30am (1st Set)
Chemistry 3 (Practical Alternative A) 11.00am � 1.00pm (2nd Set)============================
Wednesday, 12th April, 2017
Government 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Government 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
Thursday, 13th April, 2017
English Language 2(Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
English Language 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
English Language 3 (Test of Orals) 2.00pm � 2.45pm
Tuesday, 18th April, 2017
Christian Religious Studies 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Christian Religious Studies 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
Islamic Studies 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Islamic Studies 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
Chemistry 2 (Essay) 1.00pm. � 3.00pm
Chemistry 1 (Objective) 3.00pm � 4.00pm
Wednesday, 19thApril, 2017
Financial Accounting 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 11.00am
Financial Accounting 1 (Objective) 11.00am � 12.00pm
Biology 2 (Essay) 1.00pm. � 2.40pm
Biology 1 (Objective) 2.40pm � 3.30pm
Thursday, 20th April, 2017
General Mathematics (Core) 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 11.00am
General Mathematics (Core) 1 (Objective) 1.00am � 2.30pm
Friday, 21stApril, 2017
Agricultural Science 3 (Practical) 08.30am � 10.00am (1st Set)
Agricultural Science 3 (Practical) 10.30am � 12.00am (2nd Set)============================
Monday, 24th April, 2017
Economics 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Economics 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.30am
Tuesday, 25th April, 2017
Chemistry 3 (Practical Alternative B) 08.30am� 10.30am (1st Set)
Chemistry 3 (Practical Alternative B) 11.00am � 13.00am (2nd Set)===========================
Wednesday, 26th April, 2017
Biology 3 (Practical Alternative A) 08.30am � 10.30am (1st Set)
Biology 3 (Practical Alternative A) 11.00am � 1.00pm (2nd Set)
Literature-In-English 3(Drama & Poetry)1.00pm � 3.30pm
Thursday, 27th April, 2017
Computer Studies 3 (Practical) 08.30am � 10.30am (1st Set)
Computer Studies 3 (Practical) 11.00am � 1.00pm (2ndSet)
Upholstery 2 (Essay) 1.00pm � 2.00pm
Upholstery 1 (Objective) 2.00pm � 3.00pm
Friday, 28th April, 2017
Agricultural Science 2 (Essay) 08.30am� 10.40am
Agricultural Science 1 (Objective) 10.40am � 11.30am
Tuesday, 2nd May, 2017
Bookkeeping 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.20am
Bookkeeping 1 (Objective) 10.20am � 11.00am
Store Keeping 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.20am
Store Keeping 1 (Objective) 10.20am � 11.00am
Tourism 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.20am
Tourism 1 (Objective) 10.20am � 11.00am
Mining 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.20am
Mining 1 (Objective) 10.20am � 11.00am
Office Practice 2 (Essay)08.30am � 10.20am
Office Practice 1 (Objective) 10.20am �11.00am
Wednesday, 3rd May, 2017
Animal Husbandry (Alternative B Practical 3)8.30am � 10.00am(1st Set)
Animal Husbandry (Alternative B Practical 3)10.30am� 12.00pm (2nd Set)
Commerce 2 (Essay) 1.00pm. � 3.00pmCommerce 1 (Objective) 3.00pm� 3.50pm
Thursday, 4th May, 2017
Cosmetology 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 09.50am
Cosmetology 1 (Objective) 09.50am � 10.30am
Dyeing and Bleaching 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.10am
Dyeing and Bleaching 1 (Objective) 10.10am � 10.55am.
Animal Husbandry (Alternative B) 2 (Essay)1.00pm � 3.00pm
Animal Husbandry (Alternative B) 1 (Objective)3.00pm � 3.40pm.
Store Management 2 (Essay) 1.00pm �3.00pm
Store Management 1 (Objective)3.15pm � 4.00pm
Photography 2 (Essay) 1.00pm � 3.00pm
Photography 1 (Objective) 3.15pm � 4.00pm
Electrical Installation and Maintenance Work 2 (Essay)1.00pm � 3.15pm
Electrical Installation and Maintenance Work 1 (Objective)3.15pm -4.00pm
Friday, 5th May, 2017
Catering Craft Practice 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 09.20am
Catering Craft Practice 1 (Objective) 09.20am � 10.00am
Catering Craft(Alternative to Practical Work 3)11.00am. � 11.40am
Marketing 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Marketing 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.20am
Salesmanship 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 10.30am
Salesmanship 1 (Objective) 10.30am � 11.20am
Insurance 2 (Essay) 2.00pm -3.00pmInsurance 1 (Objective) 3.00pm -4.50pm
Monday, 8th May, 2017
Fisheries 3(Alternative to Practical B) 08.30am � 10.30am (1st Set)
Fisheries 3(Alternative to Practical B) 11.00am � 1.00pm (2nd Set)
Welding & Fabrication Engineering Craft Practice 3 (Practical)08.30am�11.40am (1st Set)Welding & Fabrication Engineering Craft Practice 3 (Practical)12.00pm�3.10pm(2nd Set)==============
Wednesday, 10th May, 2017French 2 (Essay) 08.30am � 09.45am
French 1 (Objective) 09.45am � 10.45am
Thursday, 11th May, 2017
Dyeing and Bleaching 3 (Practical) 08.30am � 1.00pm (1st Set)
Dyeing and Bleaching 3 (Practical)
You felt you’d done enough
You thought you’ve earned their trust
You scaled every hurdle
Still all effort was lost
From peering eyes
To whispering talk
From heaves and sighs
To stern looks and diffusing rumours.
“Is this it?” You wonder
The once revered golden boy
By murmurings has been dissected
And his honour dismembered
As the parts of a rejected toy.
You decipher not the essence
Work yourself to ground
Just for a good name
Only for people around
To make slitting remarks, defaming comments
That thanks to God
Hit your shield of self-assuredness,
Yes self confidence
In your moral innocence
P.S : Written by Ayodele Alle Odiameh
Graphics by Ayodele Alle Odiameh
Published by Ogunleye Akinola Alex
Yes, reaching your full potential. What does the word “potential” mean in the first place? When used in this context, potential is one’s ability to do something. Added with the word “full”, it means one’s ability to successfully achieve various things.
As Students, it means being an all round success: academically sound, morally upright, tight in business if possible, socially acceptable and using your talents and developing them which might not be seen in your primary course of study. It might even mean trying new things.
I am currently reading “Think Big”, a book written by the great neurosurgeon himself, Ben Carson. Get the point? You are an history student does not mean you can not flex your muscles in web development. Actualizing your full potential require you to diversify. You can do well in just any field. Remember Falz, the bad guy, Jenifa? They are lawyers by course of study for crying out loud!!! But what do we know them for today? Law ? Not at all.
Here is another good example, Mr Ayodele Odiameh Alle is a microbiologist but developed his ability to convey his thoughts in writing good poems. Although strictly on a passion level here, he has written too numerous poems that I can’t really count. As a comment on his recent poem entitled ” Suspicion ” which will be published on our blog, http://www.ogunleyeakinola.wordpress.com later in the day, he will tell you more about himself, where you can view his works and anything he has for us.