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How to Get a Job as a Research Assistant If you’re interested in a working as a research assistant while you’re an undergraduate student, speak with professors and faculty members in a field of study that interests you. Many professors hire students to work as assistants if they are majoring in the field to which the study relates. Getting a job as a research assistant while you are a student has many benefits. It allows you to earn course credits towards your degree or financial compensation, as well as strengthens your resume and marketability by allowing you to gain skills and knowledge in the area of original research. This experience could prove to be invaluable if you wish to work in your field after graduation.

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FG re-open corruption cases against Attah, Akpabio, others . FG sets to re-open corruption cases against Saraki, Akpabio, others Those whose case will be reopened include embattled Senate President Bukola Saraki, factional Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ali Modu Sheriff; and Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio Senate president, Bukola Saraki Trouble is here again for some ex-governors in Nigeria as FG is set to re-try them for corrupt practices while in office. Recall that the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr Abubakar Malami, had written to the Chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC) to reopen corruption cases against former governors. Those whose case will be reopened include embattled Senate President Bukola Saraki, factional Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ali Modu Sheriff; and Senate Minority Leader, Godswill Akpabio. Other former governors include Orji Uzor Kalu (Abia); Chimaroke Nnamani (Enugu); Saminu Turaki (Jigawa); Sule Lamido (Jigawa); Joshua Dariye (Plateau); Ahmed Yerima (Zamfara); Gabriel Suswam (Benue); Martin Elechi (Ebonyi); Danjuma Goje (Gombe) and Murtala Nyako (Adamawa). They also include Ikedi Ohakim (Imo); Obong Victor Attah (Akwa Ibom); Achike Udenwa (Imo); Abdullahi Adamu (Nasarawa); Gbenga Daniel (Ogun); Jolly Nyame (Taraba); Boni Haruna (Adamawa); George Akume (Benue); Rashidi Ladoja (Oyo); Attahiru Bafarawa (Sokoto) and Adebayo Alao-Akala. Others are Usman Dakingari (Kebbi); Adamu Mu’azu (Bauchi); Peter Odili (Rivers), and Lucky Igbindedion (Edo). According to Punch, the AGF ha also sent a similar request to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) with the same list of former governors annexed to his letter. Don’t you think this Man should help us as hunger is taking over Nigeria rather than doing all this?

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Buhari has fulfilled promises on insecurity, economy, corruption – Lai Mohammed. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said that President Mohammadu Buhari has fulfilled its campaign promises to address insecurity, fix the economy and fight corruption. The minister said the Mohammadu Buhari-led administration is on the right track and there is no alternative to what it is doing. The minister stated this at a meeting with the members of staff of the Nigerian Embassy in Madrid, Spain. The meeting was on the sideline of the minister’s two-day official visit to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). “I believe that we are on the right track, there will be some pains, but there is no alternative to what we are doing,’’ he said. Mohammed said that the administration had fulfilled its campaign promises to address insecurity, fix the economy and fight corruption. In the area of security, the minister said that when Buhari came on board, 14 of the 20 Local Government Areas of Borno, four in Adamawa and three in Yobe were under the sovereign authority of Boko Haram. He said that with proactive measures and soft diplomacy with neighbouring African countries, the U.S., France and the G-8 had helped the country to “decisively deal with Book Haram’’. “Today, all the major highways leading to Maiduguri are opened and about two months ago, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) played a league match in Maiduguri stadium,’’ he said. On the renewed agitations in the Niger-Delta region and parts of the South-East, the minister reassured that the government would not marginalise any part of the country, and assured that economic development would go round to everyone. According to the minister, the present administration is implementing fiscal discipline and other measures to address the messed up economy it inherited from its predecessors. He said with the temporarily painful measures, the government would turn around the adversity to gains and ensure that never again would the nation run a corrupt, clueless and an oil-dependent economy. The minister said that the administration had been unfairly accused of placing too much emphasis on the fight against corruption at the expense of addressing fundamental economic issues. He stressed that no amount of economic reforms put in place could work unless the “monster of corruption is successfully dealt with’’. Mohammed clarified that the administration’s fight against corruption was not selective, and that the government was not probing the 2015 elections campaign funds of the People’s Democratic Party. He assured that that the government would continue to remain focus in its efforts to rebuild the country. The Minister Consular of the embassy, Mr Sola Akinlude, who conducted the minister round the embassy, said that the official population of Nigerians resident n Spain was about 100,000.

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2016 budget fallout: Reps Appropriation Chair, Abdulmumin resigns . Dogara …says: I did no wrong …..Replaced with Mustapha Dawaki The Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriation, Hon. Abdulmumin Jibrin has resigned his position over the fallout of the 2016 budget appropriation. In a press briefing Wednesday, the lawmaker said he resigned after extensive consultations with his family members. Recall that in the wake of the passage of the 2016 budget, Jibrin was accused of allocating 20 projects worth N4.3 to himself without the consent of his committee members. A separate N40 billion worth of projects was also said to have been surreptitiously allocated to the leaderships of the Appropriations Committees of both chambers of the National Assembly which was allegedly shared without the consent or knowledge of other members. The budget was returned by the Executive for padding and had to be redone before President Muhammadu Buhari eventually assented to it sequel to a meeting of presidency with principal officers of the Senate and House of Representatives and the setting up of a 15-member harmonisation Committee to sort out grey areas. Members had called for the removal of Jibrin then as the Appropriation Committee Chair. But the lawmaker, who briefed in company of some members of his committee, said he has done no wrong in terms of the committee’s work on the 2016 budget. According to him, his resignation was a personal decision. Jibrin said his hands are clean, but promised to give details “of what transpired in the 2016 Appropriations”. The revelation, he said, “it was not to attack anybody but so that we can also learn collectively and see how we can move the system forward. But whether I like it or not, I was the Chairman of Appropriations and my signature was on all the documents even though I know that I am not at fault. “Of course we are all aware of a lot of issues that took place during the process of the 2016 budget. I have always maintained one position, that as the Chairman Appropriations, i did my very best. Until date, I have said that if anybody has anything that I have done that amounts to an abuse of my office, or amounts to an illegality, that it should be brought forward. “I’ve said it severally, that I can be reported to the authorities or the relevant arm of government, or the internal disciplinary measure of the House. Should take its course. And as it is until date, nobody has raised any issue against me. “And that has been the case even while I was Chairman Finance. For four years, I was chairman Finance and I executed my responsibility diligently and I left an unblemished record.” He said there were a lot of “obstacles here and there “during the 2016 budget appropriation. “Even if I’m not at fault, it’s only proper that I take the responsibility. I believe that the best thing I should do under the circumstances is to step aside so that the committee can move forward.” Earlier at plenary, the Speaker of the House, Hon. Yakubu Dogara had announced a replacement for Jibrin. Dogara said Jibrin has been replaced with Mustapha Dawaki Bala representing Kudu/Warawa federal constituency of Kano state. Dogara said: “He (Jibrin) met me and said he does not think he would continue as the committee chairman due to pressure of the work.” The Speaker therefore said the House leadership had taken a decision to replace him as the committee chairman. Jibrin who represents Bebeji/Kiru federal constituency of Kano State was the chairman of the committee on Finance in the 7th House of Representatives, and became the Chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations in the 8th House under the leadership of Yakubu Dogara.

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How Music Can Change the Way Audiences React to Your Scenes Psychologically

Music is an important element of any film, especially when it comes to the way your audience responds to a scene.
If you want to change the tone of a scene, one of the easiest ways to do it is with music. Understanding the power music has to affect your audience psychologically will help you make your films more dynamic and effective.
Chances are you’re familiar enough with how music changes a scene, but one thing Connolly mentions that I found particularly interesting is the connection he makes to music’s psychological effects to those of editing, known as the Kuleshov Effect. Your scene can change its entire meaning simply by having different music. That might seem a little obvious and unimpressive, but if you look at the base elements of film—the frame, the cut, the sound—the storytelling power of their assembly becomes pretty astonishing.
Learning the many emotional correlations between different sounds and music, as well as the effects they have on the human brain, is something that all filmmakers should take the time to study at length. Not only will you be able to know which pieces of music work for your projects, but you’ll also be able to experiment and invent new ways to produce desired psychological effects.