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Gambian Police Declares Davido Wanted

Gambian Police Declares Davido Wanted:

The DMW Boss Davido has been reportedly declared wanted in Gambia for allegedly assaulting one Kenny Egbuke, a celebrity photographer who came to cover his recent music concert in Gambia.

According to a report, Davido violently broke the head and tore the lips of the Gamiba’s most notable celebrity photographer.

It all started after a young female fan of Davido who has already taken a few pictures of him, went closer to him for a selfie while he was eating.

Gambian Police Declares Davido Wanted:

Davido angrily sent her back as he shouted at her. This then attracted Egbuke’s interest, who now came up to the scene advising Davido to take it cool with the lady, because star-struck ladies could be annoying, especially when they see a star like him.

However, the photographer’s advice got Davido more angry, making him throw a thick, heavy cognac glass at him, which shattered his lips and head.

Woman suicide bomber hurts 29 in Cameroon

At least 29 people were wounded on Wednesday when a women bomber blew herself up in a border town in Cameroon’s Far North, a region frequently hit by Boko Haram jihadists, security sources said.

But a second bomber was shot dead by troops deployed in the town before she could detonate her explosives, the source said.

“A suicide bomber blew herself up this morning in Amchide” on the Nigerian border, a regional security source said, speaking on condition of anonymity and giving a toll of 29 wounded.

The attack occurred on market day when the town was filling up with early-morning shoppers, a local civil defence group official said.

“There were many people hurt, I saw about 20,” he said. “After the attack, the market emptied.”

A once-bustling trade hub, in 2014 Amchide was thrust into the forefront of a major battle between Cameroonian troops and Boko Haram militants who held the nearby Nigerian town of Banki for several months.

The violence forced most residents to flee the town, although some have now begun to return.

After pushing back Boko Haram, the Cameroonian army dug long trenches around Amchide and even inside the town to foil new incursions by the jihadists, with Wednesday’s attack the first in many months. (NAN)

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Re: 2017_1 TMA Solutions – MAC117, Writing for Mass
Media I
Sat Sep 09, 2017 8:45 pm
1 __ calls for a shorter pause
Comma
2 __ marks the end of a sentence, though it calls for a
pause or change of pace.
Period
3 The Radio and TV writer, then, punctuates for the man or
woman at the microphone not for?
Public
4 Writing to the picture requires a very specialized
skill.Which is?
Writing to cues
5 TV viewer has three difficulties, which are?
seeing the picture
Hearing the words
Translating the picture and the words into a general
understanding of the topic.
***All of the above
6 TV writing presents a peculiar task because there must be
a fusion between pictures and?
Words
7 The first sentence of a broadcaster write up should?
Catch the listener’s attention
Orient him and prepare him for what is to follow
Attract the listener
***All of the above
8 As a writer, you will learn to use the warm up effectively
only through?
Experience
9 An experienced radio writer __ his copy as he writes it.
Hears
10 The public is trained to observe with its eyes but not
with it?
Ears
11 __is the central approach of writing for the air
Simplicity
12 __is preparing, copy for the air is essential if copy
preparation is to be uniform
Style Manual
13 The following are principles of a good media writer,
except?
Be clean
14 Media writers owe their audience the following, except?
Good Manner
15 Another important virtue that helps the writer fulfil his
obligation is?
Accuracy
16 Challenges arise for you as a media writer in which
areas?
Message
Messeng er
Medium
***All of th e above
17 __are subjective opinion of the individual writer.
Opinion Article
18 Message types presented in the mass media include?
News Stories
News Analys is
Commentary
***All of the abo ve

 lyrics of Don’t let me down by chainsmokers

Don’t Let Me Down
The Chainsmokers
Lyrics
Crashing, hit a wall
Right now I need a miracle
Hurry up now, I need a miracle
Stranded, reaching out
I call your name but you’re not around
I say your name but you’re not around

I need you, I need you, I need you right now
Yeah, I need you right now
So don’t let me, don’t let me, don’t let me down
I think I’m losing my mind now
It’s in my head, darling I hope
That you’ll be here, when I need you the most
So don’t let me, don’t let me, don’t let me down
Don’t let me down

Don’t let me down
Don’t let me down, down, down
Don’t let me down, don’t let me down, down, down

Running out of time
I really thought you were on my side
But now there’s nobody by my side

I need you, I need you, I need you right now
Yeah, I need you right now
So don’t let me, don’t let me, don’t let me down
I think I’m losing my mind now
It’s in my head, darling I hope
That you’ll be here, when I need you the most
So don’t let me, don’t let me, don’t let me down
Don’t let me down

Don’t let me down
Don’t let me down, down, down
Don’t let me down, down, down
Don’t let me down, down, down
Don’t let me down, don’t let me down, down, down

Oh, I think I’m losing my mind now, yeah, yeah, yeah
Oh, I think I’m losing my mind now, yeah, yeah

I need you, I need you, I need you right now
Yeah, I need you right now
So don’t let me, don’t let me, don’t let me down
I think I’m losing my mind now
It’s in my head, darling I hope
That you’ll be here, when I need you the most
So don’t let me, don’t let me, don’t let me down
Don’t let me down

Yeah, don’t let me down
Yeah, don’t let me down
Don’t let me down, oh no
Said don’t let me down
Don’t let me down
Don’t let me down (down, down, down)
Don’t let me down, down, down

ASUU SPEAKS ON CALLING OF THE STRIKE .

The Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, has said it was not in a position to determine whether an end to its ongoing strike is in sight.
ASUU Chairman, University of Abuja chapter, Dr. Ben Ugheoke, said this on Wednesday in an interview with DAILY POST in Abuja.
Recall that the lecturers, penultimate week embarked on industrial action over the failures of the Federal Government to implement its part of the agreement it signed with the union towards ensuring proper funding of the universities, the payment of full salaries by state-owned universities, and the payment of earned academic allowances, among others.
Speaking, Dr. Ugheoke explained that the onus lay with the Federal Government to call ASUU to the negotiation table with a view to bringing an end to the strike.

“I can’t tell if an end to the strike is in sight. If the Federal Government calls us for negotiations, we are not against that. But, we are in the government’s position,” he said.
On whether his chapter of the union had plans of pulling out of the ongoing industrial action, he said: “The strike is national. Whatever ASUU’s NEC (National Executive Council) directs, that’s what UNIABUJA chapter follows.”
Meanwhile, ASUU National President, Prof. Biodun Ogunyemi, has said the union was ready to commence negotiations with the government over the ongoing strike.
Ogunyemi said a meeting with the Federal Government delegation has been scheduled for Thursday, one o’clock at the instance of the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu.