17-Year-Old Girl Who Got A1 In All Subjects In WAEC Dies

Chisom, a 17-year-old girl who got A’s in the 2019 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), has lost her life. It was learnt that Chisom got 7 A1s, and emerged the best student from her school, Graceland college in Enugu last year. She won many awards in her school, and now death has caught short the life of this Young girl. According to a Facebook user, Michael Okoli who shared that sad news on the platform, Chisom died following a sickness which started off as a leg pain, but became severe over the year. The father of the girl who is a Professor, shared a very touching story of how his daughter died on Facebook. According to what he posted, the young girl started complaining of having a pain in the leg and just like every father that desires the best for their child, he decided to fly her to South Africa because he didn’t have trust in the medical system of this country. “At first, they were happy with her recovery rate, but they never knew it was going to end lik


New Zealand has added prostitution to the list of employment skills for its would-be immigrants. Immigrants hoping  start a new life in New Zealand can now add this new skill to their visa application.

Under the new plan, would-be immigrants can claim points as skilled commercial sex workers and escorts.

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The skill is regarded as 'providing social companionship' in the
Australian & New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) list.

To meet the requirements of a highly qualified sex worker, applicants will be expected to have ANZSCO skill level 5 and compulsory secondary school education. 

However, applicants of ANZSCO level 5 cannot be classified as skilled unless their pay is more than $25.87 per hour, which is about $53,818 per year based on a 40-hour week.

The applicants must also have at least 3 years working experience in the relevant industry.

I smell endtime.........what do you think of this New Zealand law?