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If you go to the hostels in some universities, you'll be astonished as to the conditions of these hostels.Some are so dirty that you'll be irritated to enter them.And the funniest thing is that the main buildings of those universities will look beautiful and attractive, but where their students live
Wike bans meeting of Igbo group in Rivers Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has placed a ban on the planned meeting of some igbo residents in the Oyigbo Local Government Area of the state.The Governor took the decision in fear of insecurity in the country, stating that the such meetings could spark fresh unrest in the Area.
The Minister of Niger Delta Senator Godswill Akpabio, in his office in Abuja, was paid a courtesy visit by the first female Vice-chancellor of the University of Calabar Professor, Florence Banku Obi, and the National leadership of Unical Alumni association.The Vice-Chancellor expressed how proud the alumni of the university and the management of the university are, to have the minister as an alumnus.
The Ugly state of the Nigeria's education has been attributed over time to a number of factors including underfunding, low-quality teaching personnel, poor infrastructure, poverty of curriculum and absence of dedicated practitioners. It was a good news for student residing in Nigeria as the Federal Government of Nigeria has presented provisional licences to 20 new private universities recently approved and registered by Federal Executive Council and National University Commission. The licences were presented
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday approved the appointment DIG Usman Alkali Baba, a Former Delta State Commissioner for Police and the Deputy Inspector General in charge of the Department of Finance and Administration at the Force Headquarter, Abuja as the New Inspector General of Police (IGP). He immediately replaces the
Court Convicts Two For Cryptocurrency Scam The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission today March 25, 2021, secured the conviction of Okungbowa Collins and Florence Omorodion before Justice Lewis Allagoa of the Federal High Court sitting in Kano on separate one count of obtaining money by false pretense.
The attention of the management of the University of Portharcourt has been drawn to a fake Facebook account opened with the name of the acting Vice Chancellor of the University of Portharcourt, Professor Stephen Okodudu by criminally minded unknown person or persons asking individuals to pay hundreds of thousands of