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Portable Mini LED Bluetooth Speaker— $11.15 (Save 34%!)

Enjoy your music anytime and anyplace with the Portable Mini LED Bluetooth Speaker . Featuring 360-degree surround sound, this small but powerful little speaker provides resonant full-range HD music quality, long-lasting playback time, and cool LED lighting. The Mini LED speaker even includes convenient Bluetooth hands-free calling and Micro SD…
Portable Mini LED Bluetooth Speaker

Enjoy your music anytime and anyplace with the Portable Mini LED Bluetooth Speaker. Featuring 360-degree surround sound, this small but powerful little speaker provides resonant full-range HD music quality, long-lasting playback time, and cool LED lighting. The Mini LED speaker even includes convenient Bluetooth hands-free calling and Micro SD Card compatibility. Perfect for backyard get-togethers, hiking, camping, fishing…wherever you want your tunes.

Makes a great gift!


* Built-in Rechargeable Li Battery
* Up To 6 hours of playtime
* 3W/5V Input for quick charging
* 3.5mm AUX Port
* Micro SD Card/TF Card
* USB port
* Built-in Microphone
* Bluetooth audio input and hands-free calling
* Power supply: DC 5V, lithium battery (300mah)
* Effective power: 3W
* Frequency: 90Hz-20KHz
* Audio Interface: 3.5MM
* Transmission range: Up to 10 meters



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VETERINARY MEDICINE in Nigeria is a 6-year course + 1 year Nysc. I personally feel there should be provision for internship and so do other Vet surgeons and students but there is currently no provision for that. 

In universities abroad, any student that will be admitted to study veterinary medicine is required to have completed a first degree in other medical-related courses like biochemistry, physiology and the likes.
This is probably because veterinary medicine requires a lot of mental strength, focused study and guts. In other words, you must be a matured student. 

In Nigeria, we currently have eleven universities where you can study veterinary medicine as a first degree course and they are: *University of Ibadan (UI, The Premier)*, University of Abuja (UNIABUJA), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto (UDUSOK), Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike (MOU), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria (ABU), Federal University of Agriculture, Makurdi (FUAM), University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID), and University of Ilorin, Kwara (UNILORIN), and University of Jos,  Jos (UNIJOS) that recently started. 

Veterinary medicine basically entails the study of disease diagnosis and treatment in *ALL* animals. The major reason why veterinary medicine is so challenging lies in the diversity of animal life forms. The anatomy of every animal is unique one way or another and that is why *COMPARATIVE ANATOMY* is a course in the 3rd year of veterinary medicine. It then follows that if the anatomy is this unique, the biochemistry and physiology will also be unique. 

Any student who wishes to study veterinary medicine must first of all love animals! He/she must also be prepared to sit in lectures for an average of 6 hours daily from Monday to Friday and read like someone preparing for an exam everyday especially if he/she is an average student. 

Veterinary medicine is a course that has a whole faculty dedicated to it alone (faculty of veterinary medicine) and comprises of the following departments (in UI):

 >Veterinary Anatomy

 >Veterinary Physiology and Biochemistry

 >Veterinary Pharmacology

 >Veterinary Toxicology

 >Veterinary Microbiology

 >Veterinary Parasitology

 >Veterinary Pathology

 >Veterinary Medicine

 >Veterinary Surgery and Radiology 

 >Veterinary Reproduction (Theriogenology)

 >Veterinary Public Health and Preventive Medicine

At the end of your 6 years in the university, you will be awarded a degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM). You will also be licensed to practice veterinary medicine through an induction ceremony and be regarded as a Vet Surgeon. A lot of responsibility comes with that title because you are expected to be able to take care of the health of any animal so you have to continue learning as much as you can and utilize every opportunity you get to gain experience either while in school or after. 

As a Vet Surgeon, you are strategically positioned for several job opportunities but you must work smart and put God first in ALL things. 

If you want to know more about the opportunities that will be available to you as a Vet Surgeon, I strongly suggest you talk to a Vet Surgeon. 

*Remember: Put GOD first.* 

See you at the TOP. 

I was assisting Dr Eyarefe of the department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. #Orthopedic surgery ©2016

The Race

I was jogging this morning and I noticed a person in front of me, about 1/2 a kilometer. I could tell he was running a little slower than me and I thought, well, I shall try to catch him. I had about a kilometer to go my path before I needed to turn off.

So I started running faster and faster. Every block, I was gaining on him just a little bit. After just a few minutes I was only about 100 yards behind him, so I really picked up the pace and push myself. You would have thought I was running in the last leg of London Olympic competition. I was determined to catch him.
Finally, I did it! I caught and passed him by.

On the inside I felt so good. “I beat him” of course, he didn’t even know we were racing. After I passed him, I realized I had been so focused on competing against him that I had missed my turn. I had gone nearly six blocks past it. I had to turn around and go all back.

Isn’t that what happens in life when we focus on competing with co-workers, neighbors, friends, family, trying to outdo them or trying to prove that we are more successful or more important? We spend our time and energy running after them and we miss out on our own paths to our God given destinies.

The problem with unhealthy competition is that it’s a never ending cycle. There will always be somebody ahead of you, someone with better job, nicer car, more money in the bank, more education, a prettier wife/girlfriend, a more handsome husband/boyfriend, better behaved children, etc.
But realize that “You can be the best that you can be, you are not competing with no one.”

Some people are insecure because they pay too much attention to what others are doing, where others are going, what they are wearing and driving.
Take what God has given you, the height, weight and personality. Dress well and wear it proudly! You’ll be blessed by it. Stay focused and live a healthy life.
There’s no competition in DESTINY, run your own RACE and wish others WELL.

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Words are sacred

Words can make a potential Osama Bin Laden to become another Martin Luther king Jr. Lovely write-up

Cristian Mihai

“Words are sacred. They deserve respect. If you get the right ones, in the right order, you can nudge the world a little.” – Tom Stoppard

Words are sacred. We invented language. We made up stories, so others knew who we were. We made up stories to tell our truth to the world. We invented words because we knew we could be whatever we made up our minds to be.

Words are magic. They can create love or hate. They can inspire others to act, they can comfort the disturbed, they can offer comfort to those disturbed by life. Words offer an escape from reality or a means to describe it. Words offer a voice to the oppressed. Words are sacred.

Words can be one man’s only weapon.

Words as the hope that the stories inside your mind will, one day, come true. Words as the sad truth that those…

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