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ADVISE!! Unilorin expelled students should enrol for IJMB for 200 level next year

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1. Affordable school fees
2. Affordable Hostel Facility
3. Short Course duration (8-9 months)
4. The result is acceptable in all universities
5. The programme is available for all university courses.
6. The result gives you direct entry admission into 200level in the university.
7. You don’t have to write JAMB?UTME exam.
8. IJMB is better is a better programme than JAMB or Remedial programme.
9. Jamb/Remedial result is useful for one year only, but IJMBE result has no expiry date. Thus, a candidate can use the result for many years like WAEC result.
10. JAMB/Remedial give you admission into 100 level, but IJMB gives you admission into 200 level.
11.Once you are admitted for this programme, it is like you are in your 100 level because when you finish the programme, you will enter into 200 level in the university.

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Unilorin Expelled 108 fresh students - VC reveals reason

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Prof.
AbdulGaniyu Ambali (OON), has explained that 108 students
who recently matriculated in the University were expelled
from the University because they were discovered to have
obtained admission into the institution through dubious
Prof. Ambali disclosed this last Friday (May 13, 2016) while
exchanging views with the Kwara State Commissioner of
Police, Mr. Sam Okaula, who visited him in his office.
The Vice-Chancellor noted that because of the stable
academic calendar and culture of excellence in the
University, the pressure to secure admission into the
institution is high, resulting in some candidates seeking
illegal and unauthorized ways to gain admission into the
Prof. Ambali assured the Police Commissioner of the
University's continuous cooperation, promising that the
University would be ready to offer the Police any
information they might require in the course of their work,
saying, “We will volunteer any information you need to
The Vice-Chancellor reiterated the University's stance on
zero tolerance for cultism and indecent dressing, stressing
that it has helped to maintain sanity among the students.
Prof. Ambali informed the Commissioner of Police that
members of the force that might be interested in further
education could take advantage of the opportunity provided
by the University of Ilorin Centre for Peace and Strategic
Studies (CPSS).
Earlier in his remarks, the Commissioner of Police said he
has great respect for the University of Ilorin, which,
according to him, is one of the best universities in Africa
because of its stable academic calendar.
Mr. Okaula said that security is a collective responsibility of
every member of a community, praising the University for
not having a single student among the 118 students that
were recently arrested for cult-related activities.
He commended the Security Unit of the University of Ilorin
for its focus, discipline, and professionalism, assuring the
Vice-chancellor of the continuous support of the Police.
The Commissioner of Police disclosed that the Police Force
has adopted scientific investigation method, noting that
some of the officers in the Force would require more
education as he pleaded with the Vice-Chancellor to assist
them in securing admission to improve their capacity to be
able to better deal with crimes in the country.
The CP was accompanied by ACP Akeem Yusuf, ACP
Abubakar A. Yahaya, ACP Polycarp S. Kpai, CSP Nzota Chidi
and SP Salihu T. Mynmrioles. Also on the entourage were
DSP Fabode Moses, ASP Ajayi Okasanmi, ASP Eludire O.
Clement, ASP Afolabi Olaibi, SP Onysabo Oshoka and ASP
Ikoyi Isaiah.
The Vice-Chancellor was joined to welcome the visitors by
the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (RTI), Prof. Gabriel Olatunji; the
Registrar, Mr. E. D. Obafemi; the Deputy Bursar, Mr. O.
Ogunbiyi; the Chief Security Officer, Mr. T. Tijani; the
Principal Assistant Registrars in the Vice-Chancellor's Office,
Mr. A. Sayuti; Mr. K. K. Babamale; Miss Funke Hudson; and
the Protocol Officer to the Vice-Chancellor, Mr. S. O.

JAMB Policy Meeting To Hold June 2nd 2016, Cut- off Marks To be Decided

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB)
has said that it will on June 2nd, 2016 hold its policy meeting and fix cut-off points for admission this year. It was learnt that the policy meeting will be presided
over by the Honourable Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu. 

Speaking on this, the head of information, JAMB, Dr.
Fabian Benjamin in a statement stated as follows; "This year’s meeting is scheduled to hold on June 2. 

Nationally accepted cut-off marks would be decided and issued Federal Government guidelines and regulations would be articulated and decision taken;
even as it would x-ray the performance of subsequent
years to put checks and balances." 

"The very important meeting has policy makers, the Heads of all tertiary institutions, the Vice-Chancellors, Rectors,Provost, Registrars and relevant stakeholders like the National Universities Commission (NUC),
National Youth Service Corps and others in attendance." 

"The Honorable Minister places much important on this assembly and has categorically made it clear that he won’t tolerate a situation where decision reached would be flagrantly disobeyed or not adhered to strictly.“Some of this decision borders on admissions deadlines and quota system which some institutions has failed to comply with and other sharp practices capable of undermining the entire admission process." 

He pointed out that cut-off points are minimum score as candidates is expected to score before being
admitted into any institution but equally added that institutions are at liberty to go higher depending on their peculiarities.

AKSU Notice To Students With JAMB Admission Letter or Regularization Issues

Following requests by some students for JAMB admission letters, and the outcome of the recent visit to JAMB office by the University to follow up this
matter, the Vice-Chancellor has approved that the under listed charges be paid by the concerned
students for the processing and collection of JAMB admission letters.

(a.)OLD STUDENTS: 1. Correction of names = N5,000
2. Deletion of admission = N5,000
3. Change of Admission letter to reflect new course =
payment analysis for old students
Jamb charges : N3,000 Administrative charges: N2,000

(b.) NEW STUDENTS: 1. Correction of names = N3,000
2. Deletion of admission = N3,000
3. Change of Admission letter to reflect new course =
N3,000 payment analysis for new students Jamb charges : N1,000
Administrative charges: N2,000
TOTAL PAYABLE = N3,000 Therefore, as directed by the Vice-Chancellor, the affected students are informed and advised to pay the above amount as per needs, to the University Bursary and obtain a payment receipt.

The deadline for
payment is THURSDAY, 9TH JUNE, 2016.

ASUU Mobilizes Members For Nationwide Strike Over Fuel Price Hike

Report reaching us has it that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has called on its members to embarked on a nationwide strike to demand the
reversion of the fuel price from N145 to N86. 

This was contained in a letter titled “Increase in Pump price of Premium Motor Spirit to N145 perlitre:<br /> Proposal for Joint Action with NLC" which was sent to the members
of the union nationwide by the president of ASUU, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi. Excerpts of the letter read, "ASUU members are called upon to according to our Union’s principles, to fully
respect Article 2 of the Constitution of ASUU; that our Union and members shall work for the protection and advancement of the socio-economic interests of the nation. Branch Chairpersons are to conduct emergency
congress meetings on Tuesday 17 May 2016 to mobilise our members for the action commencing on Wednesday.
All branches of ASUU nationwide are to comply”

Corp Members Serving In Rivers State Get Increment On Their State Allowances

The Rivers State Government has approved the increment of the monthly allowance paid to National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members deployed to the state from N5000 to 10,000.

This was disclosed by Mr Kenneth Kobani, Secretary to the State Government (SSG).

According to him, the corps members will soon start receiving the new allowance. “The allowances of the corps members have been increased, and Gov. Nyesom Wike has approved the
increment. “I have discussed it with the NYSC State Coordinator.

They will get the funds shortly, the
governor has approved it,” he said. He equally stated that the state government will continue to support NYSC in providing facilities at the permanent orientation camp.

UNN Post-UTME CBT Practice 2016/2017 Has Commenced

The management of University of Nigeria Nsukka in a bid To help students familiarize themselves with the Computer Based Test (CBT) system being used by the
institution for post-UTME Screening has provided a platform where students can practice using the

Candidates are to purchase a scratch card at the sum of N500 only (excludes bank commission) from any of the following banks; UBA Plc, Fidelity Bank, First Bank
or Access Bank.

Steps To Registration And Practice For UNN CBT:

1)Visit http://unnprecbt.unn.edu.ng/

2) Log on with your Jamb Registration Number and the
CBT practice Scratch Card pin you purchased.

3) Click the “Submit” button
4) Select your course of study.
5) Enter the subjects’ you registered during the JAMB
6) Click “Start“.
7) Print out the page containing your token (The number that gives you access to practice for this
8) Go back to http://unnprecbt.unn.edu.ng/
9) Click on the link below the page that says “Click
here to Login and take the test“.
10) Enter your Examination No (the number on the token you generated earlier).
11) Enter your JAMB registration number.
12) Click the Login button.
13) Start the Exam.
14) Submit when done.
15) See Result.
16) Log out from the system.

Note: UNN post-UTME 2016/2017 has not been announced.

NYSC 2016 Batch A Stream II Orientation Programme May Not Hold - DG

The Director General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brig.-Gen. Sulyman Kazaure has revealed that lack of funds may hinder the mobilization of 2016 Batch A Stream (II) prospective Corps members for orientation which was supposed
to commence on Friday 20th, 2016. 

The Director General who disclosed this during an interactive session with the senate committee on Sports in Abuja stated that the reason behind this is the fact that the money required for the exercise has not been provided by the federal Government even after several letters have been written to the appropriate agencies and even the presidency. 

He however expressed hope that the Federal Government may make a last minute effort in
providing the urgent and much needed fund for the programme. 

In response, the Chairman of the senate committee, Sen. Obinna Ogba (PDP Ebonyi Central) assured the DG of senate's intervention on the issue stating that the problem will be tackled quickly by the Federal Government using every option available as NYSC is
not something to joke with.

NYSC 2016 Batch ’A’ Stream II Prospective Corps Members Can Now Print Their Call-up

This is to inform all 2016 Batch ’A’ Stream II Prospective Corps Members that they can now print
their call-up letters from the NYSC portal.

Those who made payment online for the printing of their call-up letters during online registration can print their call up letters via any of the links below;



Note: You are to login with your registered e-mail address and password and click the 'Print Call-Up Letter' link. For Prospective Batch A Corp Members who did not
make payment online for the printing of their call-up letters during online registration, you are to collect your call-up letters from your respective institutions.

Kwara Poly to re-open radio station shut 34 years ago

The Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin, plans to re-open its
radio station, to serve as source of information to its host
The Rector of the Institution, Masud Elelu, told journalists on
Sunday in Ilorin that “Radio Polytechnic” was shut down in
“My administration decided to revamp it for the purpose of
disseminating information within the campus and the host
According to him, the institution needs N50 million to
register the radio station with the National Broadcasting
Commission, for transmission rights.
The rector disclosed that the institution would commence
soon Higher National Diploma in Mass Communication
“In the same vein, additional five science courses had been
presented to the National Board for Technical Education, for
Mr. Elelu stated that more than 300 staff of the polytechnic
had undergone different forms of training in Nigeria and
He reaffirmed the determination of the management of the
institution to encourage training and retraining of its
workforce, to enhance effective teaching and learning.

List of Federal Polytechnics in Nigeria

Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic Unwana, P.M.B 1007,
Afikpo, Ebonyi State.
Venerable Ogbonnia Ibe-Enwo
Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State.
Engr Jaafaru Buraimah (Ag. Rector)
Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State.
Dr Mrs. T. T. Akande
Federal Polytechnic Bali, Taraba State.
Dr. Saidu Umaru Jen
Federal Polytechnic Bauchi, P.M. B 231, Bauchi State.
Engr. Dr. S.M. Musa
Federal Polytechnic Bida, P.M.B 55, Niger State.
Dr A. A. Dzukogi
Federal Polytechnic Damaturu, P.M.B 1006, Yobe State.
Alh. Usman Sale
Federal Polytechnic Ede, Osun State.
Bldr Hussaini Patrick Mosisiyenemo
Federal Polytechnic Ekowe, Bayelsa State
Prof Ahiakwo Christopher Okechukwu (Ag Rector)
Federal Polytechnic Idah P.M.B 1035, Kogi State.
Mathew I. Akpata
Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, P.M.B 50, Ogun State.
Arc. Aluko Olusegun
Federal Polytechnic Ile-Oluji, Ondo State
Prof. Emmanuel Adedayo Fasakin
Federal Polytechnic Kaura Namoda, P.M.B, 1012, Zamfara
Engr. Ahmed A. Lugard
Federal Polytechnic Mubi, PMB 35 Mubi, Adamawa State.
Mal Sadiq Yahaya
Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa, P.M.B. 01 Nasarawa State.
Dr Abdulkadir Shettima Sa'idu
Federal Polytechnic Nekede, P.M.B 1036, Owerri, Imo State.
Dr. (Mrs) Celestine Ugochi Njoku
Federal Polytechnic Offa, P.M.B 420, Kwara State.
Dr. Mrs. Ayodele K. Olaosebikan (Ag Rector)
Federal Polytechnic Oko, Anambra State.
Prof. Godwin Onu
Federal Polytechnic of Oil and Gas Bonny, Rivers State
Prof Elijah Tamuno Iyagba
Federal Polytechnic Ukana, Akwa Ibom State
Prof Balama Joseph Obomanu
Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic, P.M.B 5004, Kazaure
Jigawa State.
Haj Gaji Bello Hussaini
(Ag Rector)
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna.
Dr. M. B. Ibrahim
National Institute of Construction Technology Uromi
Engr Prof S. O. Onohaebi
Waziri Umaru Federal Polytechnic, P.M.B. 1034, Birnin
Arc. Aliyu Mohammed Sani
Yaba College of Technology, P.M.B. 2011, Yaba, Lagos State.
Dr Mrs. Margaret Kudi Ladipo
© National Board for Technical Education (NBTE).

list of Approved private polytechnics in Nigeria - 2016

Allover Central Polytechnic, Sango Ota,
Plot 3A & B Abiodun Popoola Street,
Sango Ota, Ogun State.

Bolmor Polytechnic, GPO Box 11221 Dugbe, Ibadan, Oyo
State. bolmorpolytechnic@yahoo.com

College of Technology,
Iresi, Osun State

Covenant Polytechnic, Aba,
P.M.B. 7065, Aba/Owerri Road, Abayi, Aba
Abia State.

Crown Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti
P.M.B. 5424, Km 10, Ilawe Road, Odo,
Ekiti State

Dorben Polytechnic, Abuja,
P. O. Box 6322 Garki, Bwari, Abuja.

Eastern Polytechnic, 80c. Igwuruta Road (Tank),
Rumuokwurusi, P.O. Box 12667 Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

Fidei Polytechnic, Gboko
P.M.B. 185, Km 8 Gboko-Aliade Road, Benue State.

Grace Polytechnic, Surulere,
P.O. Box 9067, Lagos State.

Heritage Polytechnic, Ikot Udota, Eket,
Akwa Ibom State

Ibadan City Polytechnic,
Alakia-Isebo/Iyana Church Road
PMB 10426, Ibadan
Oyo State
0708 459 3012

Igbajo Polytechnic, Igbajo
P.M.B. 303, Osun State.

Interlink Polytechnic, Ijebu-Jesa,
Km 1, Ado-Ekiti Road
P.M.B. 5060, Ijebu-Jesa, Osun State

Kalac Crystal Polytechnic, Sangotedo, Lekki, Lagos State.

Kings Polytechnic, Ubiaja,
Edo State

Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja,
P.M.B. 21200, Ikeja, Lagos State.

Lighthouse Polytechnic,
Sonshine Hills Evbuobanosa
Km 3, Asaba Road,
P.M.B. 1724, Benin City, Edo State

Nacabs Polytechnic, Akwanga
P.M.B. 001 Akwanga

NOGAK Polytechnic, Ikom,
Cross Rivers State

Our Saviour Institute of Science, Agriculture & Technology,
P.M.B. 01161, Enugu, Enugu State.

Prime Polytechnic, Jida Bassa, Ajaokuta, Kogi State.

Ronik Polytechnic, Ejigbo,
P.M.B. 21764, Ikeja, Lagos, Lagos State.

Shaka Polytechnic, No1 Prince Shaka Momodu Street, Ogiso,
Off M.M. Way, P.M.B. 1240, Benin City, Edo State.

St. Mary Polytechnic, Kwamba, P.M.B 418, Suleja

Temple Gate Polytechnic, Abayi, Osisioma, P. O. Box 3448,
Aba, Abia State.

The Polytechnic, Igbo-Owu, Kwara State

The Polytechnic, Ile Ife,
P.M.B. 009, O.A.U. Ile-Ife, Osun State.

The Polytechnic, Imesi-Ile, Km 2, Imesi-Ile/Igbajo Road,
Osun State.

Tower Polytechnic, Ibadan,
136, Liberty Road,
P.O. Box 13039 G.P.O,
Dugbe, Ibadan. towerpol@yahoo.com

Uyo City Polytechnic, P.M.B. 1067,
Uyo, Akwa Ibom State

Wolex Polytechnic, Iwo.
1Km. 2, Iwo-Ejigbo Road,
P.O. Box 255, Osun State.


Lautech resumption date for all admitted part time Nursing students

This is to inform the newly admitted 100 level Part-Time
Nursing programme Students that lecture will commence on
May 23,2016 at the department of Nursing, College of Health
Sciences annex, LAUTECH, Ogbomoso.

CBT will be improved for 2017 UTME – JAMB Registrar

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has assured parents and candidates that it had addressed the logistics lacuna experienced in the 2016 examination, ahead of the 2017 exercise. 

The examination body said that henceforth, it would place more priority on centre accreditation, before the commencement of all its subsequent examinations. 

The Registrar of the board, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde, gave the assurance in an interview with the News
Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Lagos. 

JAMB Registrar Ojerinde blamed the logistics challenge on those
vested with the responsibility of properly accrediting examination centres during the 2016 all
Computer Based Test (CBT) Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), saying that they
compromised the process. 

The registrar, however, noted that the board had identified and sanctioned some of its staff who
were involved in the accreditation scam. (NAN)

Bowen University Teaching Hospital School of Nursing Form -2016/2017

The School of Nursing, Bowen University Teaching Hospital (BUTH), Ogbomoso, invites applications from qualified candidates for admission into the
Basic Nursing Programme for the 2016/2017 academic year. Admission Requirements: Candidates who have successfully completed the
Senior Secondary Education are qualified to
purchase the form with credit in at least five (5)
subjects, which must include: English Language,
Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, at not
more than two sittings, in two accredited SSCE examination board. (i.e. NECO & WAEC).
NOTE: Combination of NECO & WAEC will be
entertained. Method of Application: 1. Interested candidates are to download the BUTH
School of Nursing application form from the link
>> http://buth.org.ng/download/ SCHOOL_OF_NURSING_2016_ADMISSION_FORM.pdf 2. Then proceed for the payment of N7,500
through the UBA bank only
ACCOUNT NO: 2016156261
ACCOUNT NAME: Bowen University Teaching
Hospital Ogbomoso
BANK NAME: United Bank of Africa (UBA). Beware of fraud: Please never pay any money to any account different from the one
stated above. 3. After payment in the bank, change the Teller
obtained from the UBA Bank to School Receipt at
Account Section of the Institution. 4. Fill the Form with BLACK Pen and it should be
submitted with the photocopy of the School
Receipt, at the Principal’s Office. Note that
attention shall be given to forms submitted on
time. Screening Examination: The BUTH School of Nursing Admission Entrance
Examination will hold on 11th June, 2016. Closing Date: The application form must be submitted to the
Principal's Office on or before 10th June, 2016.

Full List: NUC Approved Universities for Part- Time & Sandwich Programmes

The National Universities Commission (NUC), cognizant of the need to streamline the operations
of Part Time and Sandwich programmes in
Nigerian universities, had through a publication in
the print media, including the Guardian and
Sun Newspapers of Monday, 19th March,
2012, placed a moratorium on admission into part time programmes in Nigerian universities. In the publication, the universities were requested
to fully disclose all Part-Time and Sandwich
programmes, with respect to enrolment and
staffing profile, within four weeks of
the publication, and to conduct in-house staff and
student audit and forward same to the Commission. Based on the submissions received, a total of forty
(40) universities indicated that they would run Part-
Time and Sandwich programmes as detailed below: A. Federal Universities: 1. Federal University of Technology, Owerri
2. University of Benin, Benin
3. University of Calabar, Calabar
4. University of Lagos
5. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
6. University of Port Harcourt, Port Harcourt 7. University of Uyo, Uyo
8. University of Abuja, Abuja
9. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
10. Michael Okpara University, Umudike
11. Moddibbo Adamawa University of Technology,
Yola 12. University of Agriculture, Markurdi
13. Usman Danfodio University, Sokoto
14. University of Jos, Jos. B. State Universities: 1. Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State
2. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago- Iwoye, Ogun
3. Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State
4. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba- Akoko,
Ondo State 5. Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State
6. Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ogun
7. Rivers State University of Science and
Technology, Port Harcourt
8. Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Enugu State
9. Ignatius Ajuru University of Education
Education, Port Harcourt
10. Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State
11. Ladoke Akintola University of
Technology, Ogbomoso 12. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State
13. Niger Delta University, Amasoma, Bayelsa State
14. Anambra State University, Uli, Anambra State
15. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Eboyi State
16. Cross River State University of Technology,
Calabar 17. Abia State University, Uturu, Abia State
18. Osun State University, Osun State
19. Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa
State. C. Private Universities: 1. Crescent University, Abeokuta, Ogun State
2. Caleb University, Imota, Lagos State
3. Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State
4. Lead City university, Ibadan, Oyo State
5. Achievers University, Owo, Ondo State
6. Benson Idahosa University, Benin – City, Edo State 7. Tansian University, Umunya, Anambra State
8. Wesley University of Science and
PART–TIME / SANDWICH PROGRAMMES Up to date, a total of thirty six (36) universities
forwarded their completed documents, based on
the approved format. The universities are: A. Federal Universities: 1. University of Lagos
2. University of Port Harcourt
3. University of Calabar
4. University of Benin
5. University of Abuja
6. University of Uyo 7. University of Jos
8. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile – Ife
9. Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka
10. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
11. Federal University of Technology, Owerri
12. Usman Danfodiyo University, Sokoto 13. Bayero University, Kano B. State Universities: 1. Ekiti State University, Ado – Ekiti, Ekiti State
2. Cross River State University, Calabar, Cross River
3. Imo State University, Owerri, Imo State
4. Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rivers
State 5. Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun
6. Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State
7. Enugu State University of Science & Technology,
Enugu State
8. Tai Solarin University of Education, Ijagun, Ogun State
9. Rivers State University of Science & Technology,
Port Harcourt
10. Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Eboyi State
11. Benue State University, Makurdi, Benue State
12. Niger Delta University, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State 13. Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos State
14. Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba – Akoko,
Ondo State
15. Anambra State University, Uli, Anambra State
16. Osun State University, Osogbo, Osun State
17. Abia State University, Uturu, Abia State 18. Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa
State. C. Private Universities: 1. Crescent University, Abeokuta, Ogun State
2. Caleb University, Imota, Lagos State
3. Igbinedion University, Okada, Edo State
4. Lead City university, Ibadan, Oyo State
5. Achievers University, Owo, Ondo State
6. Benson Idahosa University, Benin – City, Edo State 7. Wesley University of Science and
Technology, Ondo, Ondo State
8. Fountain University, Osogbo.

Uniabuja Suspend SUG president- see reason

Uniabuja SUG President Suspended Over Alleged Fund
The uniabuja SUG parliament takes a bold step, by
suspending chris ifeanyi from the SUG presidency.
Chris ifeanyi, who’s been stripped off, of his uniabuja SUG
presidential power, due to several funds looting allegations
labelled against him, shows no sign of regret nor guilt, as he
denied all the allegations labelled against him, in front of
uniabuja SUG Parliament speaker.
9jaflaver news team, who dogged dip into this issue, found
out that, chris ifeanyi bribed the previous SUG president
“pelumi” who’s very influential, politically, and socially in
Uniabuja campus and the student affairs. The reason to such
bribe by chris ifeanyi, was to cover all the loop holes that
might make him loose his position as the SUG president,
and also to seek for very powerful back-bones that’ll help
him retain his presidential position, which seems to be
collapsing gradually.
Chris ifeanyi who now lacks trust among his fellow uniabuja
comrades, due to his high rate of funds looting, and
embezzlement, is now facing serious charges of 4million
naira theft from the uniabuja SUG treasury. Chris ifeanyi
also collected the sum of 1million naira for an assignment to
Lagos, but the funny fact was that, chris ifeanyi hid in abuja,
forfeited the journey, pretended to be in lagos carrying out
the assignment, while he hid himself in a hotel located in
abuja, wuse town. A co-comrade of uniabuja didn’t believe
his eyes when he spotted chris ifeanyi entering the hotel
while wearing a short and a singlet, seems he came out from
the hotel for a quick shopping.
So, the uniabuja SUG parliament took the bold step of
suspending “chris ifeanyi” as the uniabuja SUG president, till
further notice.

AAUA crises continue as student beg for reduction in 15,000 reparatory fee

UNEASY calm presently pervades the 17 year old Adekunle
Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, owned by the Ondo State
Government. In the last one month, all has not been well
with the institution following a disagreement among the
university management, students and the Akungba
community, which hosts the institution. Named after the
former governor of the state, Chief Adekunle Ajasin, the
institution has been enmeshed in avoidable crisis in the last
one month.
Within the space of one month the institution had witnessed
an upheaval that led to its closure. As if that was enough, the
university authority has released names of students in
various levels that were expelled and suspended indefinitely
for alleged cult activities, exam malpractices and alleged
destruction of the institution's properties during a violent
In all, 23 students who are in their third year, were
suspended indefinitely for their involvement in cult activities
and destruction of the university properties while six others
were expelled for examination misconduct and
The students on April 9, went on rampage when a 200 level
student of the department of Economic Education in the
institution, Ojo Afolabi Daniel died during an accident
involving two commercial motorcycle operators popularly
called Okada.
But the student union leaders have dissociated the students
from the rampage which destroyed the institution's
properties and that of individuals in their host community.
They fingered miscreants, who hijacked the students'
peaceful protest to wreck havoc in the community. Over 40
persons including students were arrested and detained by
police after the bloody protest.
Vanguard gathered that what infuriated the students, leading
to the eventual violent protest was the cause of death of
their colleague, who was conveyed in the university
ambulance to the Federal Medical Centre, Owo for medical
Students protest
The aggrieved students protest was however reportedly
hijacked by some miscreants and this led to the destruction
of the university health centre, the restaurant and shops.
Properties belonging to some individuals within the
community, were either looted or destroyed by the
It took the intervention of the regent of Akungba Akoko,
Princess Oluwatoyin Omosowon, who assured the school
authorities that the community would not launch reprisal
attacks on the students upon resumption at campus before
the authorities of the University announced that the student
should resume next week Monday. Reports had it that fear
had gripped the University authorities and the students that
their host community may transfer their aggression
following the mayhem unleashed on the people during the
Dispelling the speculations of a reprisal attack, Princess
Omosowon told the University Management led by the Vice
Chancellor, Prof Igbekele Ajibefun who visited her that “I
want to state unequivocally that there is no truth in such a
report. Though some members of the community are
aggrieved over the unwarranted attack on them and the
disruption of their lawful trading and economic activities, no
one is planning any attack whatsoever. I want to assure the
university community that my people are not planning any
attack on the students. They are our children.”
Omosowon was quick to add that “I have appealed to my
people that what happened was one of the prices we have to
pay for hosting the university that has brought a lot of
economic and social changes to the town.” In his response,
Prof Ajibefun commended the people of Akungba
community for showing restraint in dealing with the protest
which he said was hijacked by miscreants.
Damages levy
Another showdown seems to be brewing as the students are
poised to reject the imposition of N25,000 damages levy/
reparation fees on each of the over 15,000 students of the
institution. They have vowed to resist the extortion by the
institution arguing that the amount they are asked to pay as
reparation levy, was not commensurate with the properties
destroyed during the protest.
Speaking with Vanguard, the Student Union President in the
institution, Adegbola Oluyemi said the money was on the
high side and pleaded with the school management to
review it downwards. He said: “We are appealing to the
school to look into the money, it is too much, cutting the
head is not the solution to headache, we are also calling on
the governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko to wade into this matter,
we don’t want to protest again but the school should reduce
the money.”
VC talks tough
The Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof Ajibefun has
vowed that criminal elements masquerading as students
would not be awarded the University’s certificate so that the
name of the university is not tarnished. According to him,
“the Management of the institution is committed to
positioning the University among the best globally.”
Meanwhile, a statement issued by the institution acting
registrar, Sunday Ayeerun said that the reparation fees has
been slashed from N25,000 to N15,000.
Ayeerun said this was done by the Management after “due
consideration of passionate pleas by well-meaning Nigerians
and, most especially, the leadership of the Students’ Union
of the university, who demonstrated a high level of maturity
and responsibility. Management has decided to reduce the
N25, 000 reparation fee earlier charged in respect of the
April 9 students’ violent protest to N15, 000.”
He asked the students present evidence of payment and a
copy of sworn Affidavit to be of good behaviour at the Faculty Office to obtain Clearance Certificate from Monday,
May 16 to Friday, May 20, 2016. However some students
spoken with insisted that the N15,000 was still on the high
side and appealed that it should be reviewed downward to
between N5,000 and N10, 000 per student.


MAPOLY Announces 2015/2016 2nd Semester Registration Closing Date

Authorities of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta has stated that Friday, 24th June, 2016 has been slated as deadline for registration for the 2nd Semester 2015/2016 Academic Session.

MAPOLY Registration Portal Re-opening

The portal will be opened to students for payment of 40% balance of school fees from Monday, 23rd May, 2016. Any student, who fails to complete his/her registration by Friday, 24th June, 2016, will be made to pay a late registration fee of Five Thousand Naira (N5,000.00) only, till Monday, 4th July, 2016, after which such his/her studentship will be forfeited.The 2nd semester 2015/2016 resumption date for all Full-Time and Part-Time National Diploma and Higher National Diploma students of the Polytechnic has also been announced.

UNILORIN Warns All Students To Desist From Internet Fraudstar [Admission Runs” & “Post Utme Score Upgrade”]

The attention of the management has been drawn to several spam and fraudulent messages circulating on the social media claiming to help admission seekers do ‘admission runs’ and ‘upgrade of post UTME score’.

All admission seekers should beware of such messages that are aimed at defrauding admission seekers of their precious resources. Admission process at the University of Ilorin is based on merit and rules as laid down by the National Universities Commission (NUC) and Joint Admissions & Matriculation Board (JAMB)

Authentic information on admission can be obtained from the University’s admission office, the official University of Ilorin website and social media.

Imo State University (IMSU) Students Staged Protest Over Workers Strike In The Institution

Students of Imo State University (IMSU), Owerri staged a peaceful protest today to condemn the continued closure of the school by the management due to workers' strike.

It will be recalled that workers at the University embarked on strike weeks ago because of non-payment of salaries
The placard carrying students are calling on the school authorities to resume activities in the school immediatey.

UNIBEN Set To Hold 1st Postgraduate Conference

The University of Benin (UNIBEN) is set to hold its first edition of the Postgraduate Conference this year.
According to the Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof F. F. O. Orumwense, who made the announcement, the conference is for all postgraduate students (pre-doctoral and doctoral students) of the institution, supervisors and supervisees.

The conference is meant to showcase the research activities of the University in furtherance of the Vice Chancellor’s strong desire for academic and research excellence.
The theme of the conference is "Advancing lecturer-student cohesiveness and productivity in Postgraduate education" and it is scheduled to hold from Monday, 16th to Tuesday, 17th of May, 2016, starting 9am daily.

Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin 2015/2016 NCE 2nd Semester Resumption Date Out

The Management of Kwara State College of Education, Ilorin wish to inform all students that the 2nd semester of the 2016/2017 session resumes on Tuesday 17th, May, 2016.


See FUTO Exam Timetable Schedule For 2015/2016 BIO101 CBT Examinations

The Vice-Chancellor has approved the conduct of the 2015/2016 BIO 101 examinations using Computer Based Testing (CBT). The schedule and modalities for the CBT exams are as follows:
BIO 1O1 CBT Exam Venue: ICT Centre, FUTO
Date: Monday, May 16, 2016 (DAY 1)
BATCH 1: 7.00am – 10.00am SAAT
BATCH 2: 10.00am – 1.00 pm AGE, CHE, CIE, EEE, MEC (Mechatronics)
BATCH 3: 1.00 pm – 5.00pm FST, MEE, MME, PET, PTE

Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2016 (DAY 2)
BATCH 1: 7.00am – 10.30am SMAT/SOHT
BATCH 2: 10.30am – 1.00pm SOBS/SOES
BATCH 3: 1.00pm – 5.00pm SOPS
(1) Departmental invigilators, as already scheduled on the University timetable, should be available on either Day 1 or Day 2, as appropriate.
(2) It is the responsibility of the departmental invigilators to accredit and check in the students in their respective departments at the appropriate time, using the departmental photo album. This is to forestall impersonation.
(3) Students should strictly adhere to the exam schedule as any student who misses his or her departmental exam schedule will not have the opportunity to write the exams at another time.
(4) Students who are not writing exams at a specified time are not expected to be seen around the ICT Centre, the venue for the exams, during such times.

Nigerian Navy screening exercise will hold tomorrow - important information for you

1. The recruitment exercise will commence with an
aptitude test and screening of certificates of candidates
at designated centres for various states nationwide from
14 May 2016. You are advised to carefully read the
instructions on the website or call the following support
lines from 9am to 4pm on working days: 08124511398
and 08159999011.

2. Candidates are advised in their own interest not to give
any form of gratification or inducement to any person
or group of persons to assist them on the recruitment

3. Candidates are advised in their own interest not to
submit multiple online applications. Any candidates with
multiple submissions will be disqualified.

Furthermore we advise all candidates to get to the venue of the exam very early because late coming will not be entertained.
Best of luck to everyone.


UNN Notice To Students With JAMB Registration Number Issues

This is to inform candidates who were admitted into University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) in the 2015/2016 session but whose JAMB numbers were not reflected
in our Admission list or who supplied wrong JAMB numbers should submit their UTME and PUTME results slips to the Admissions Office for onward submissions to JAMB Office Abuja for regularization of their

All submissions MUST be made between now and Monday 16 May 2016. 

Any submission made after the
close of work on Monday 16 May 2016 will not be received. 

All other candidates who were duly admitted in the 2014/2015, 2015/2016 sessions but whose JAMB numbers were not properly reflected in the Admission List or who have no JAMB numbers in the Admission list should also submit their UTME and PUTME slip for
same purpose. 

The names of affected candidates can be accessed via this link: http://www.unn.edu.ng/candidates- in-20152016-supplementary-admissions-list-without-


UNIPORT Resumption of Academic Activities Is Yet To Be Approved By The Senate

This is to inform all students that the the senate of the university is yet to approve datefor resumption of academic activities The revised academic calender for the 2015/2016 academic session wiill be made available on the university website,when duly approved by the senate of the university.

thank you signed


JAMB PRO: Change of course & institution deadline will not be extended

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has reiterated that it would not extend the period it had slated for the sales of forms for change of course or institution this year.

Speaking on the change of course deadline, the board’s Head of Media and Information, Dr Fabian
Benjamin, advised candidates who wish to perform change of institution or course to do so before the May 13 deadline.

Benjamin also announced that the Admission Policy Meeting of the board would hold in July.

He said that the board was expecting all stakeholders from the nation’s tertiary institutions to attend the meeting.

The JAMB official lauded the efforts being taken by the Federal Ministry of Education to turn around the fortunes of the education sector and added that the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu and his team had been quietly working behind the scene to reposition the sector. (NAN)


Plateau State Employs 4,850 Adhoc Teachers

The Plateau State Government has approved the employment of 4,850 ad hoc teachers as part of
efforts to address the acute shortage of teachers in the state. 

According to the Executive Chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Prof. Mathew Sule, made the disclosure on Thursday, the
move was to address staffing deficit that had affected the quality of education in the state. 

Sule said that government would hold an orientation programme for the ad hoc teachers before posting them to their various stations. 

He said that 403 teachers, who have completed the Federal Teachers Training Scheme, have also been engaged to bridge the shortage of manpower in
public schools. 

The SUBEB boss said that the government had accorded top priority to payment of teachers,
"despite the financial difficulties in paying other civil servants". (NAN)


FUTA Postgraduate Admission 2016/2017 Announced

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the following
Postgraduate Programmes of the Federal University of Technology,
Akure for the 2016/2017 Academic Session. Details on available programmes, admission
requirements and method of application are contained
on the attached pdf document. 

Application forms will be available for completion for eight (8) weeks beginning from Monday, 9th May,




Uniport Revised Academic calender 2015/2016 - check here

The management of University of Port-harcourt has released
a revised academic calendar fr 2015/2016 academic session.
Below is the breakdown of academic activities;
First Semester
Tuesday 3rd may - Monday 16th may 2016 (two weeks)
Reopening of portal for students registration
Monday 23rd may - Saturday 18th June 2016 (four weeks):<br /> First Semester examinations
Monday 20th June - Friday 1st July: First semester break
Wednesday 27th July 2016: Extraordinary meeting of the
senate to consider first semester result
Second Semester
Sunday 3rd July 2016: All students arrive campus
Monday 4 July - Friday 30 September 2016:<br /> i Lectures begin for all students
ii End of lectures -30th September:<br /> iii SIWES: July 2016 - December 2016
Monday 3rd October - Saturday 8th October 2016:<br /> Students union week(cultural activities,professional
exhibitions etc)
Monday 10th October - Friday 14 October 2016: Revision
Monday 17 October - Saturday 5th 2016: Second semester
Monday 7 November - Friday 9th December 2016: Long
Vacation (full time students)
Wednesday 7 December 2016: Extra ordinary meeting of
senate to consider second semester results
prof Hakeen B Fawehinmi
Deputy Vice chancellor (academic)


Crawford University Post utme form 2016/2017 out

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates
for admission into the undergraduate programmes of the
Crawford University for the 2016/2017 academic session.
Accounting (with full ICAN accreditation)
Public Administration
Banking and Finance
Industrial Relations & Personnel Mgt
Acturaial Science
Business Administration
Political Science & International Relations
Mass Communication
Industrial Chemistry
Physics with Electronics
Computer Science
Information & Communication Technology
Geology & Mineral Sciences (with full COMEG Accreditation)
Candidates must have sat for 2016 UTME and obtain the
prescribed cut-off mark
Candidates are required to have a minimum of five (5)
credits in English Language, Mathematics, and any other
three (3) relevant subjects obtained at not more than two (2)
sittings at the SSCE/WASCE,GCE /NECO or NABTECH.
Candidates will also be subjected to screening test (Written
and Oral), on a date to be communicated soon.
Intending Candidates will be expected to pay the sum of Five
Thousand Naira (#5,000) as application fee into any of the
following University account through National Electronic
Fund Transfer (N.E.F.T).
Ecobank: Acct No. 4052000497,
GTBank: Acct No. 0051223406,
UBA Plc: Acct No: 1013638653 ,
Zenith Bank: Acct No. 1010785622.
Application form can now be downloaded here , completed
form along with teller can be scanned and forwarded as an
attachment to info@crawforduniversity.edu.ng or
ttundeoluite@yahoo.com for processing.



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