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6 Ways To Be A Better Listener

Listening is not a concept and idea that is unique to everyone. Some people cannot just listen to you when you are talking to them. They simply lose concentration. This is why there are so many complaints about people finding it difficult to understand each other in a relationship because they do not listen.

Well, if you are not a good listen, you are in luck! Jumia Travel shares tips on how to become a better listen.

Listen to learn
Certain individuals listen just because they want to be polite. They are not interested in whatever you have got to say. Hence, they are right there with you but their mind is somewhere else. At the end, when you ask about what you said, they are lost.

Put your phone away

Smartphone has always been a distraction when people are having a conversion. So, to become a better listener, get rid of your phone.

Wait until the speaker is done talking

Do not interrupt a conversation. You should give that person the opportunity to finish expressing his or her opini…

Reckless Tanker Driver Ran Into A Company Building

Over-speeding is bad. A fuel tanker filled with Petrol was involved in a accident around Oba old Road in Anambra State yesterday. According to an eyewitness, Prisca Chiamaka, the driver was driving from another town on a high speed and unfortunately the brake system failed.

The vehicle skidded off the road and crashed in into a building.

Why LAUTECH students prevented JAMB Candidates from writing exams

There was mild drama at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology ( LAUTECH) in Ogbomoso, Oyo State on Monday, as aggrieved students shut the school gates to prevent UTME candidates from writing their examination scheduled for Monday morning.
The gates were reportedly locked by 5am after the student leaders had a meeting insisting that government must fight the crisis in the institution before admitting new students.

The demands include a comprehensive academic calendar, as many complained of having 3sets of 100 level students, including 200 level.

The students also charged the school authorities to fix an appropriate time for commencement of lectures and meet all necessary demands or risk a total lockdown of the institution.
The student leaders hope the protest will convince the federal government to intercede in the ongoing crisis in the institution.

Kidnappers demand N70m ransom for abducted Ondo state permanent secretary

Kidnappers are reportedly demanding for N70 million as ransom for the release of a Permanent Secretary in the Ondo State Hospital Management Board, HMB, Dr. Niran Ikuomola  who was abducted on Sunday evening. Secretary of the state chapter of the Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, Dr. Roland Arohunmolase confirmed the abduction saying the victim and his driver was picked up on Sunday evening along the Lokoja-Abuja Highway, on his way to Abuja for an official engagement.
Arohunmolase also says that the leader of the kidnappers has opened contact with the association. According to him, the kidnappers have confirmed that the Permanent Secretary and his driver are with them.

The family members of the victim have been contacted and a ransom of N70 million demanded before he would be released from their captivity.

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Lai Mohammed's Information Ministry to spend N254m on travelling

A breakdown of the amount showed that N254 million is allocated to travelling and transportation as against N273,706,901 earlier allocated; N257 million for miscellaneous, against N347 million earlier allocated, while N30 million is allocated for refreshment as against N40 million earlier allocated in the fiscal year.