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Saturday, 4 February 2012


The obafemi Awolowo Univesity, Ife are set to commence their pre- degree test exam and is scheduled to run from the 21st to the 24th of february 2012, at the school premises.

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Federal University of Technology Akure has picked February 10 as the date for their 2011/2012 screening exam whose registration ended since november 18.

The exam is to commence by 8:00am at the school premises.
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Unizik releases 3rd batch Pre-science Admission list

The Nnamdi Azikiwe University yesterday released its pre-science list which was pasted at the pre-science notice board.

Underlisted candidates are to proceed to the Institution for registration with the following document.

• Original birth certificate
• O'level result
• High school Testimonial
• Application form(Including Receipts)
• School fees teller
• 2 passport Photographs

Registration is to commence immediately



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Yabatech releases 2nd batch list

We want to inform the general public that Yabatech has just released its 2nd batch admission list for the part time students and the said list is available for viewing at the school portal.

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Ibadan sets Deadline

The University of Ibadan fixed the 15th of February as the deadline of fees payment by the students both new and returning.

The university of ibadan made public the notice to the awareness of the students and are advised to adhere strictly to the instruction as there would be no adjustment.
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The Dean of student Affairs of the Anambra State University(ANSU) revealed that lectures are to resume on tuesday the 7th of february and advices all students to make themselves available as they would be fast in order to meet up with their academic calender that was set back as a result of the two months strike by ASUU.
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The popular saying, "From frypan to fire" is said to be a perfect description of the situation in the Imo State University Owerri as the lecturers and staffs of the imo state University embarked on and indefinite just two days after ASUU ended its two month nationwide strike.

The sounded a note of warning to the students not to return as they would not be available to lecture them. Their reason though not revealed is believed to be a dispute with the state government for failing to meet up with their demands.

"Its no surprise therefore that the president of the Academic Staff Union of Universities(ASUU) is a professor at the University and it seems they are not tired of staying at home"- VNTI
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Friday, 3 February 2012


Its really a suprise when the news got to me that not less than 5 students where shot dead when a fight broke out between two rival cult groups believed to be the Eiye confraternity and the buccaneers at the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, Ogun State in the Early ours of february 1st.

I wouldn't have believed it if I were to be told that cult gangs still exist in Nigeria prior to getting this news. The clash broke out when a member of the buccaneers was shot be an Eiye, as is the usual case with cult groups, the buccaneers went for a revenge which resulted in the death of 5 people who could not be confirmed if they are members or not members of the cult groups.

The police have come into the matter and assured the general public that normancy would be restored to the place in due course.
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Minister reveals Government commitment to Tertiary Institutions

A state made by the minister for education, professor Ruqayyatu rufai reveals the Federal government are willing to stick by any decision it made with the Academic staff union of Universities and other allied unions of tertiary Institutions in the country while at the same time, thanking the union for understanding the situation of the government and calling of their two months strike Action.

She also thanked the presidency for his understanding and support towards Education in Nigeria.

On the issue of raising the 100bn which was promised to universities in their agreement with the union, the Minister said; Tertiary Education Trust Fund(TETF), Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation(NNPC), Central bank of Nigeria and from the ICT intervention from the ministry of communication and its parastatals.

With this statement, we believe that we could study in peace without issues for a considerable period of time.

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Thursday, 2 February 2012


The registrar of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board just revealed that the registration deadline for the 2012 Unified tertiary Matriculation Examination(UTME) has been adjourned despite revealing earlier that it would not be shifted.

This I believe is as a result of the recent Strike actions by various boards in the country so as to enable students complete their registration.

The date of the exam however would not be shifted and still remains march 24th. The new extended deadline is the 2nd of march.
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Fed Poly Bidda Admission List Out

This goes to all prospective Students of the federal polytechnic bidda and urge them to go and check the just released ND1 admission list which has been pasted at the second gate of the school.

The above list was published last week.

I wish you all the best.

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This is to announce that lectures has commenced for the pre-degree students of the Imo State University Owerri. The lectures actually has been going on for the past 3 weeks as we learn so we advice any shortlisted candidate to return to school and join the lectures although no penalty has been announced for defaulters.

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Wednesday, 1 February 2012


The Academic Staff Union of Nigerian Universities finally calls off its lingering two month old strike.

Reports from yesterdays ASUU's meeting with their National Executive Council proved positive as the Union called off its two month old strike action pending the fulfilment of their agreed terms with the Federal Government on the 25th of january 2011.

As it stands now, the union has ordered lecturers and staff to return to their various Institutions and thanked them for their support through out the industrial action. Students are advised to report to classes for the commencement of various Academic Sessions.

More details from the meeting coming your way as soon as we get our hands on it.

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Nigeria plans to build Ten New Federal University

The bill passed by the Nigeria University Commission(NUC) to the senate requesting the construction of Ten New federal Universities in Various states across the country has gone through its second hearing in the senate yesterday and is still waiting to be approved.

The New institutions which aims to enhance Academic activities in Nigeria since it would reduce the number of student who fails to get admitted each year.

The bill which is still under review if approved would be a massive boost to our Educational sector as more students would have the opportunity of gaining admission into higher institutions of learning and reduce the hilarious population in member universities.

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The board of The Academic Staff Union of Universities are billed to meet with their National Executive Council yesterday to decide on the possible suspension/continuation of the strike, but results of the meeting as at this minute has not been made public keeping students in suspense.

An Unconfirmed source yesterday revealed that They (ASUU) have decided to suspend the strike action but the details are not verified and wasn't disclosed on the news yesterday, Neither did it appear in any of the National Newspapers. The source who quoted that his news was taken from the unions Twitter account but at this moment still remains unverified.

The students hope for an urgent resolution to the 2 months old strike as Academic activities has been grounded all over the country throughout the New year.

Details of the Decision would be coming your way as soon as it is verified by the Union.

Check back for latest details.

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Monday, 30 January 2012

Uniabj long awaited list, finally out.

UNIABUJA 2011/2012 Admission List is Out-

Finally! UNIABUJA: has finally released her admission list for 2011/2012 academic session. Reports insists that the list is not available online and can now be checked on the notice board in the school premises.

Candidates who are expecting their names in Uniabuja are therefore advised to proceed to the school premises and check their names.

Though the report suggests that the list is not available online, we however advice you to first check your admission status on JAMB's official website before going to the school.

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The ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) may be called off tomorrow. To this end, the leadership of the union is billed to meet at the University of Abuja, Gwagwalada, to review the strike and outcome of dialogue with the Federal Government.

ASUU, last week, met with the Minister of Education, Prof. Ruqayyatu Rufai in Abuja to resolve grey areas in the contentious ASUU agreement. The meeting could not produce the desired results as the lecturers turned down the minister's pleas to end the strike.

Before the meeting, Senate, as part of moves to get ASUU to call of the strike, passed a bill elongating the retirement age of lecturers from 60 to 70 years. The increase in the retirement was contained in ASUU's agreement signed by government some years ago.

Other items in the agreement include revamping the decaying infrastructure in universities, increased research funding and enhanced emoluments. Although the Federal Government signed the agreement, it had refused to honour it, leading to recurring strikes by ASUU

According to Daily Sun, an official of ASUU who pleaded anonymity revealed that significant inroads had been made in resolving the disagreement with government. He said: "We are almost at the end of the strike. Unless anything crops up we hope to call off the strike on Tuesday (tomorrow).

"We will meet at the University of Abuja on that Tuesday and I think the meeting will agree to end the strike."
Asked if the Federal Government had accepted to implement the union's agreement, he replied: "What I can tell you is that we have made some strides. We have a minister who, to some extent, is not playing politics with the agreement unlike what we had in the past."

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ASUU Strike: ASUU President hopeful strike will end before mid-February

The ASUU president has stated that he is optimistic the deadlock between it and the Federal Government would be resolved before mid-February.

Prof. Ukachukwu Awuzie said the government's offers to the union being studied by stakeholders.

He told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Friday that discussions were ongoing with the various stakeholders on the offers.

"The union is concerned about quick resolution of the issues and the resumption of academic activities in the universities.

"I am optimistic that the union will make its stand known before mid- February. We have taken the outcome of the Abuja meeting to the National Executive Committee of the union after which we shall also be taking it to our congress and various state branches.

"We are working on this seriously with all sense of urgency and the fact that we are consulting with all the stakeholders shows that we are interested in ending the strike within the shortest possible time- prof ukachukwu awuzie(ASUU president)

ASUU embarked on an indefinite strike on December 5, 2010 over non- implementation of their 2009 agreement with the government

Source- information nigeria

What do u think of the lingering strike?
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Sunday, 29 January 2012

Libyan detainees dies in prison

HUMANITARIAN and rights group, Amnesty International, has alleged that several people have died after being tortured by militias in Libyan detention centres, according to agency reports.
The group claimed to have seen patients in Tripoli, Misrata and Gheryan with open wounds to their head, limbs and back.
Meanwhile, UN human rights chief, Navi Pillay, has raised concerns about detainees being held by revolutionary forces, saying there were some 8,500 prisoners in about 60 centres.
"The majority of detainees are accused of being Gaddafi loyalists and include a large number of sub-saharan, African nationals," she said.
"The lack of oversight by the central authority creates an environment conducive to torture and ill treatment.
" My members of staff have received alarming reports that this is happening in places of detention they have visited," the UN rights chief said.
She urged the authorities to take control of these informal jails, review the cases, and deal with the prisoners in a legal framework.
Also, the United Nations (UN) Security Council has heard that Libyan militias are holding thousands of people in secret detention centres, while the interim government struggles to assert authority.
The council was told recent violence in Tripoli, Bani Walid and Benghazi highlighted the problem.
According to UN officials, over 8,000 pro-Gaddafi supporters are being held by militia groups, amid reports of torture.
However, a charity group, Medecins Sans Frontieres, said it has suspended some operations because its work was being "exploited".
The humanitarian medical organisation said it had stopped work in detention centres in the north-western city of Misrata because some patients were being brought in for care between interrogation sessions.
About four people died in clashes in Bani Walid, a former Gaddafi stronghold, on Monday.
The UN's Libya envoy, Ian Martin, told the Security Council in New York on Wednesday that those clashes between armed residents of Bani Walid and revolutionaries had been misreported as pro-Gaddafi forces retaking the city.
Nevertheless, he said it highlighted the challenge of reconciling the former leader's supporters and the rebels that had defeated them.
Militias were responsible for fatal clashes in Tripoli and fighting in other towns this month, he said.
"The former regime might have been toppled, but the harsh reality is that the Libyan people continue to have to live with its deep-rooted legacy," said Martin.
He described that legacy as "weak, at times absent, state institutions, coupled with the long absence of political parties and civil society organisations, which render the country's transition more difficult".
Martin said some steps had been taken towards demobilising ex-combatants.
But the government was struggling to establish its legitimacy, he added, with weapons freely available and various armed brigades having unclear lines of command and control.
While authorities had so far successfully contained any outbreaks of violence, they could escalate and widen in scope, he warned.
Libyan Defence Minister Osama al-Juwali, who has been negotiating with militiamen in Bani Walid, told British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) yesterday that the situation was stable.
As al-Juwali arrived, National Transitional Council (NTC) forces - loyal to the new government - gathered outside the town.
They were heavily armed and apparently poised to attack if talks failed, although one commander insisted they were there for "reconciliation".
Fighters in the town have reportedly expelled NTC forces into the surrounding desert.
One local official told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that 90 per cent of the town was under militia control.
Medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres said some officials had sought to "exploit and obstruct" its work.
"Patients were brought to us for medical care between interrogation sessions, so that they would be fit for further interrogation. This is unacceptable," said general director Christopher Stokes.
"Our role is to provide medical care to war casualties and sick detainees, not to repeatedly treat the same patients between torture sessions."

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Bill gates boost aids funding with $750m

MICROSOFT chairman Bill Gates yesterday pledged additional $750 million to global AIDS fund and urged governments to continue their support to save lives.
"These are tough economic times, but that is no excuse for cutting aid to the world's poorest," he said in Davos at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum.
According to Reuters, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria announced two days ago that its executive director, Michel Kazatchkine, was stepping down early following criticism over misuse of funds and cuts in funding.
The public-private organisation, which has the backing of celebrities like rock star Bono, accounts for around a quarter of international financing to fight HIV and AIDS, as well as the majority of funds to fight TB and malaria.
But it has been forced to cut back and said last year it would make no new grants or funding until 2014.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is giving $750 million through a promissory note – a fresh injection in addition to the $650 million that the Gates charity has contributed since the fund was launched 10 years ago.
While that will give an immediate boost, more is needed from governments, which have provided the bulk of the $22.6 billion that has been raised by the Geneva-based organisation to date for its work in 150 countries

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Boko Haram warns sultan

Members of the boko haram sect has issued a direct order to the sultan of sokoto ALHAJI MOHAMMED SAID ABUBAKAR 111 to intervene in the release of its members held at various prisons across the state or put the lives of his citizens at risk.

The message given to the newsmen in maidugiri by boko haram spokesman Abu Qaqa reads:

This is an open message to the Sultan(Emir) of sokoto, Alhaji Mohammed Said Abubakar, the speaker of the house of representative, Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal, and the acting governor of the state.

Before we visited kano, we wrote open letters to the senior citizens there on the imperative of releasing our members but nobody cares to talk. Indeed we sent three warnings to kano.

What happened in kano would be inevitable in sokoto unless you intervene and secure the immediate and unconditional release of our members who were specifically arrested in the city of sokoto last week thursday.

The spokesman also went against the suggestion of dialogue by the president saying, "our people are being trailed and killed on one hand and on the other hand, they are asking us to give up arms and come out. This is impossible "
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Enugu state place commisioner says boko haram suspects would not be released

Enugu state police commissioner Danazumi job, maintained that the 25 suspects brought from nsukka and claimed they were hunters would not be released until detailed and thorough investigation has been carried out. The suspects were arrested from opuje between Nsukka and kogi on their way to uzo-uwani at the early hours on friday.
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3 suspected armed robbers dead in a shootout with policemen

Delta state police confirmed that the 3 men were part of the gang that killed over ten policemen in various attacks in the state and looting their weapons. The three men were seen to carry out their robbery in military uniforms, and were nabbed by the marine police in warri during which one of the robbers disclosed that the uniforms was given to them by a serving soldier.

The police and the robbers were engaged in a gun battle in which two of the robbers were killed on the spot, and the third who escaped with bullet wounds was later found dead in the swamp yesterday.

Source- vanguard

My question is that if they were all found dead, when did the robbers mention that a serving soldier gave them the uniform?? Perhaps through the spirit....
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