Face Of The Week (Male) Shalom Dan

shalom dan

Name: Shalom Daniel

Nick: Sha Dan JAH

Relationship: In One

DOB: 2nd Sept

TEL: 07038448884

BBM PIN: 7AB72076

State of Origin: Ondo

School: EKSU

Level: 400

Dept: Philosophy

Best Food: Pounded Yam with Egunsi Soup

Hobbies: Touring, Music{Guitar}

Best Color: Orange

Best Quote: Man know thy self. An unexamined life is not worth living.

Vocation: Musical Studio Works, Painting, Event Planning and Management, Logistics, Customization of wears, Sales and General Consultancy

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Pic: High school student whose arms were chopped off by her boyfriend 2 years ago learns to live again

Until October 21, 2013, Martha Mbulungo was a charming girl in  Form Three at Yumbisye Mixed Day Secondary School, Kenya, until her boyfriend changed her life forever in a vicious attack..

“This is a day I would not like to remember as the suffering I got in the hands of my then boyfriend and fellow congregant at Jehovah Witness Church is still fresh and vivid in my mind,”  asserts Martha.

On that fateful day, her then boyfriend Wilson Kyalo, then a Form Four student at Kyanika Day School asked her to escort him to a chemist. They were walking along a narrow path when he turned and attacked her with a matchete. He cut her in the right breast then chopped off both her arms. The motive of the attack remains a mystery to her even today.

“I fell down but he continued cutting me severally, chopping my arms off. Were it not for Gender Based Violence Rescue Centre (GBV-R) in Nairobi, I could not have survived to tell this story,”  she say.

She was rushed to Kitui General Hospital but doctors were on strike and she lay on bed with little help for long hours, with her mother Mary Mbulungo by her side.

“I writhed in pain from fresh wounds in the arms and the right breast for two weeks until I asked God to take my life’,” recalls Martha.

Mary administered Martha with prescribed pain killers for two weeks. Just when she was contemplating taking her daughter home to die, help came in the names of Christine Vethi of Kitui Girl Child project and Florence Ndeti Kitui Catholic Diocese’ Peace and Justice Department.
The women, in conjunction with the church, arranged for Martha to be transfered to Nairobi Women’s Hospital where she was admitted and treated with full support from the rescue centre for several weeks.
The suspect, Wilson Kyalo was subsequently charged with two counts of attempted murder and causing actual bodily harm to Martha. During the three years the trial lasted, Mary refused the accused’s relatives advances to have the case settled out of court or even to compel Wilson to marry her.

“God stood with me and the verdict showed that justice delayed is not always justice denied,” she says.

Kitui Principal Magistrate Esther Boke found the accused guilty of the two charges and sentenced the 23-year-old to a life sentence with 14 days to appeal.

“I knelt down, wept and thanked God for answering my prayers that the court imposes a heavy penalty on Wilson for chopping off both my arms and destroying my life. I have learned the hard way to write, eat, wash and do everything for myself so as to move on with life,” says Martha.

Later, she pleaded with her single mother to take her back to school after two years of mental anguish and pain. 
Today, Martha is a Form Two student at Thika’s Joytown Secondary School for the Physically Handicapped and is learning how to live with permanent paralysis. She is presently preparing to go back to school to start her second term.


Face of the Week (Female)


NAME: Bello Oluwatomisin



08 October

: +234 (0) 7065546418

BB PIN: 55BF4D69



LEVEL: 500

DEPARTMENT: Pure and applied chemistry

BEST FOOD: Anything Rice

HOBBIES:  Baking and Learning


BEST QUOTE: “All things are possible”

Cake, small chops and events decoration. 

TM and one of her customers
One of her works
 TM and Cakes

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See the Full lists of the EKSUCA Award Winners

Latest Full List of Winners of Ekiti State university Award 2016 powered by The ACE NATION in conjunction with EKSU SUG.

The ESUCA Award is the most anticipated, highly rated award in Ekiti State at the moment.

As the event unfolds, we bring you the Full List of Winners of The Ekiti State University Award 2016

Full list of winners of The ESUCA Awards 2016

Here we go…

Senior Advocate of the Masses Gov. Ayodele Fayose

Architect of modern EKSU
Prof. Oye Bandele

Most supportive and Radical father
Prof Isaac Adanlawo

Most Outstanding student leader
Oladimeji Ibrahim

Best Friend Clique of the year
Sweet Pearls

Most Promising Artiste
Jay Collinz

Slimshady of the year
Olaniyan Damilola

Online Personality of the year
I motivate Africa

Best Class Governor
Adeniran Opeyemi

Entertainment Crew of the year
Dablinkz Record

Students MC of the year
MC Osagie

Students Association of the year

Best Reggae song of the year

Ukwu of the year
Akinluyi Mercy

Students blogger of the year
Coded EKSU Olofofo

Students entrepreneur of the year
LA Porsche (Female)

Ebony of the year

Most Social Fresher
MC Joshfad

Most hardworking (male)
Daniel Chike

Take Home to Mama (male)
Ajibola Akanni

Take Home to mama (female)

Students Bank of the year

Model of the year (male)
Golden Seun

Model of the year (female)
Bamiteko Victoria

Best Faculty President
Ibidapo Oyindamola

Most popular student (male)

Most Popular student (female)
Olayinka Alice

Club of the year
LA lounge

Best fashion designer
Mide wears

Most reserved student (male)

Most reserve student (female)
Afolabi Ifeoluwa

Most influential (male)

Most influential (female)
Olayinka Alice

Best dance group

Most popular comrade

Rookie of the year

RnB song of the year
Ruqqi Cextus

Best song collabo
Prince Dee (street rappers)

Student PRO of the year

Best Vocal performance

Best Student DJ
DJ smile

Most featured artiste

Students blog of the year
EKSU-SU Press.

Best dancehall
Jaydreamz (magic)

Most fashionable
Onifade Mary

Students entrepreneur (male)
Ajibola (science)

Most hardworking (female)

Best Students producer
Kolly B.

Indigenous rapper

Most popular lecturer
Dr Hastrup Ekundayo

Students Photo studio
Fresh Studio

Most handsome
Akinbunmi Daniel

Rap single of the year
Chitunz (Jagaban)

Money bag of the year (female)
Anifowoshe Abisola

Money bag of the year (male)
Deji Kotila

Most Expensive (male)
Adedoyin Dapink

Most expensive (female)
Bello Olayinka

Most beautiful
Adebiyi Funmi

Mr personality
Mr Olaoluwa (lulu)

Best barbing saloon
Oluwaseun (Ajet)

Political Icon of the year

Next rated artiste

Entertainment personality
Prince Dee

Most supportive alumni
Ogunremi Gboyega

Hall of fame
Clement Oluwasegun (Engoblow)

Song of the year
Lobidis (69 missed call)

Students rapper of the year

Artiste of the year