Finally!! OAU Reveals Identity of Sex-For-Marks Student - See Photo

Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU has revealed the identity of the student involved in a sex-for-marks scandal.

The management of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) in Ile-Ife, on Thursday revealed that Monica Osagie was the student involved in a sex-for-marks scandal, that has sorely questioned the morality of university dons, in the training of young Nigerians.

See: Listen to The Scandalous Audio Between the Monica Osagie and Prof. Richard Akindele.

Prof. Eyitope Ogunbodede, the Vice Chancellor of OAU, said Monica Osetobe Osagie is a Postgraduate Student on the Master of Business Administration Regular programme.

He also announced the suspension of Prof. Richard Akindele, the don involved in the scandal.

See also: OAU Indicts Sex-For-Mark Professor, Suspends him Indefinitely .

Ogunbodede’s action followed the submission of the interim report of the committee, set up to investigate the allegation of sexual harassment revealed in an audio recording.

“The committee observed that a prima facie case of inappropriate relationship with the female student had been established against Professor Richard I. Akindele,” he said.

LASU To Replace Phased-Out External System with Open Distance Learning (ODL)

Lagos State University, LASU has announced its intention to replace the phased-out External System with Open Distance Learning (ODL). According to the Vice-Chancellor, the ODL programme will commence September/October.

Vice Chancellor, Lagos State University (LASU) Prof Lanre Adigun Fagbohun, has expressed happiness that the Lagos State University External System (LASUES) has been wound down having substantially graduated most of its students.

“All those buildings in Anthony, Jibowu, Agege and rest that we once used for the external system no longer belong to us. We have told the owners to do whatever they want with their properties, Fagbohun told reporters during an interactive session at the university premises on Wednesday, last week.

Nonetheless, he said the university still retains an office, headed by the LASUES Director Dr Steve Ogunpitan for some outstanding students with one complaint or the other.

To replace LASUES, Fagbohun said the National Universities Commission (NUC) has approved Open Distance Learning (ODL) education.

“Do not forget that it was due to the problem of access that LASU established LASUES, but we have complied with NUC’s directive to close it up and in lieu we now have ODL, which also has NUC approval.

“We would have actually started (the ODL) but we are being careful because we want it to be very effective in terms of delivery. We are running a pilot project and I can assure you that come September/October, we shall commence in earnest,” said the VC.

He said LASU had also entered into Memorandum of Understanding with various foreign universities as well as small and medium enterprises to boost its entrepreneurship programme.

Fagbohun said: “We have signed MoUs with SMES and other companies. The idea is we don’t want to do what you generally see around. Our aim is that when they have had the theory in class, they will meet with industry partners and practicalise these things they were taught.

“One of the companies we have signed with has expertise to the extent that they will give you a paragraph to write, and after, do a scientific analysis of that paragraph and tell you, if you are troubled emotionally, psychologically, financially and otherwise. So, the idea is to deepen the practical aspect of entrepreneurship.”
Further, Fagbohun said since he took over as VC, he has remained committed to inclusive governance, infrastructural growth and students/workers’ welfare.

Bowen University Post-UTME Screening 2018/2019 Form Now On Sale

Bowen University Post UTME/Admission screening Form for the 2018/2019 as been released Online..

The post utme form fee is Ten thousand,three hundred Naira (N10, 300)

Bowen University invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into its degree programmes for the 2018/2019 academic session.


(i) UTME
1. All applicants are required to sit for the
2018 Unified Tertiary MatriculationExamination (UTME)
2. All applicants are required to have credits at SSCE, GCE, NECO, NABTEB or approved equivalent in at least five (5) subjects, which must include English Language and four other subjects as may be specified by each Faculty.
3. The five credits should be obtained in not more than two sittings.
4. For Medicine and Surgery (MB; BS), Nursing Science and Physiotherapy programmes, the five credits (including Mathematics and English) must be obtained at only one sitting.
5. Candidates awaiting results may apply.
6. All applicants will be required to go through Bowen University Screening Exercise.
7. Interested candidates who will apply to JAMB for admission and wish to change their choice to Bowen University are required to:
Apply for change of institution through JAMB.
Complete the Bowen University On-line Application Form.
Participate in the Bowen screening exercise .

1. All applicants for direct entry must satisfy any of the following:
2. NCE at credit level, ND and approved equivalents with at least Lower Credit in relevant fields.
3. At least two Advanced Level passes at acceptable grade level.
4. The Interim Joint Matriculation Board (IJMB),Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB) or Cambridge moderated School of Basic Studies at acceptable grade levels.
5. In addition to NCE/ND/IJMB, JUPEB or two Advanced Level papers specified by each Faculty or programme, candidates must also satisfy the Ordinary Level requirements.
6. HND holders may be admitted to 200 Level or 300 Level depending on the regulation guiding admission into each department / programme.

All direct entry candidates are required to apply through JAMB .


(a) On-Line Application
To complete the on-line application form:
Visit Bowen University website @
Click on “Apply Now ( )” under the UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION sub menu. This takes you to the admission guide. Go through it and click on “CLICK HERE TO APPLY” at the bottom of the page to create an identity (Pre-Registration).

After the pre-registration, generate a payment invoice with your unique transaction ID for the sum of Ten thousand,three hundred Naira (N10, 300) only as application form fee.
Then, proceed to Quick teller page to make payment online.

Payment for on-line forms through Banks – After generating a unique transaction ID through the University website, applicants may proceed to any of the following banks with their transaction ID to make payments: Skye Bank, Sterling Bank, Unity Bank, Wema Bank and United Bank for Africa (UBA).

Upon confirmation of payment, proceed to the School Admission page “ to log in using your already created username and password in order to complete and submit the application form.

Upon successful submission, print out your acknowledgement card and profile.
Applicants in Lagos State may wish to visit the Bowen Microfinance Bank, Baptist Academy Compound,Obanikoro, Lagos for assistance to completing the application form. Contact: 08034955444, 08023672806, 08062435570


All applicants are to appear for BOWEN University Screening Exercise at any of the following Centres:

i. Baptist Academy, Obanikoro, Lagos
ii. Baptist College of Theology NTA/TV Road, Benin-City
iii. Fullness of God Nursery and Primary School, Ijapo Estate, Akure.
iv. Baptist Theological Seminary, Kaduna
v. Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State
vi. Faith Baptist College,#1 Rumuaparaeli Street, Beside Holy Rosary Secondary School, Old GRA Port-Harcourt, Rivers State.
vii. First Baptist Church, Area 11,Garki, Abuja
viii. Union Baptist Grammar School, Ga-Akanbi, Ilorin, Kwara State.
ix. Baptist Girls College, Missions, Idi Aba, Abeokuta, Ogun State.
x. Gilgal International School, Shelter Afrique Extension, Mbiabong, Uyo, Akwa –
xi. Ibom State.
xii. Ethiope-Delta State Baptist Conference, Amukpe, Sapele, Delta State.
Candidates are requested to come along with the following for the screening exercise:
i. Writing Materials
ii. On-line Generated Acknowledgement form
iii. 2018 UTME result slip
iv. O’Level result
v. Birth certificate


Applicants may visit any of the following centres for enquiries:
i. Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State. Tel: 09036206970 or 07085434397
ii. Bowen University Liaison Office, Baptist Building, Oke Bola, Ibadan, Oyo State. Tel: 08033797387
iii. First Baptist Church, Opposite NNPC Quarters, Area 11, P. O. Box 331, Garki, Abuja. Tel: 08059648342, 08039102716.
iv. Ekiti Baptist Conference Secretariat, Km. 3 Ikere Road, Off Ologede Police Station, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State. 08036904499
v. Baptist College of Theology Benin, NTA Road, Benin City, Edo State. 08038412738
vi. Central Baptist Conference Secretariat, Lamingo Dam road, Rikkos, Jos, Plateau State. 08065517071.
vii. Bethel Baptist Conference, 4 Ahmadu Bello Way, Kaduna, Kaduna State. Tel: 08023551299
viii. Bowen Microfinance Bank, Baptist Academy Compound, Obanikoro,Lagos. Tel: 08034955444, 08062435570
ix. Imo Baptist Conference Secretariat, 120 Wetheral Road, Owerri, Imo State. 07037919943.
x. Rivers Baptist Conference Secretariat, No 7 William Jumbo Street, Old GRA, Port-Harcourt. 08064180777.
xi. Kwara Baptist Conference Secretariat, Afon Road, Ganmo, Ilorin, Kwara State. 08039125460.
xii. Ogun State Baptist Conference, Baptist Mission Compound, Idi-Aba, Abeokuta, Ogun State. 07069647706.
xiii. Ondo State Baptist Conference Secretariat, Block 001 Plot 7 & 8 Alagbaka GRA, Extension Adjacent Freeman Petrol Station, Oba Ile Rd, Akure, Ondo State. 07038917271.
xiv. Lagos Central Baptist Conference, Secretariat, C/O Ijero Baptist Church, 884, Apapa Road, Church, 122, Ipaja Rd, Ikeja, Lagos
xv. Lagos West Baptist Conference, Secretariart, C/O Union Baptist Church, Ebute-Metta Agege
xvi. Delta State Baptist Conference, Amukpe, Sapele, Delta State. 08057257907.
xvii. Zion Baptist Secondary School, beside Bowen Pre-degree Programme Centre, Agunbelewo, Ilobu Road, Osogbo, Osun State. Tel: 08136899924
xviii. Beulah Baptist Centre, Behind Baptist High School, Ogbomoso, Oyo State. 08053514160
xix. Oyo West Baptist Conference Secretariat, Oyo, Oyo State. 08035762942
xx. Providence Baptist Church, Uyo, Akwa – Ibom State 08039102716
xxi. Anioma-Delta Baptist Conference, C/O Victory Baptist Church, Asaba, Delta State. 08034074335, 08057022515

For Further enquires please visit our website or contact: the Registrar, Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State, through:
(i) or
(ii) Phone numbers: Bayo – 08168916329, Temitope – 0903-620-6970, Lanre – 0708-543-4397 and Niyi – 08185451648

KASU Re-opens Portal For 2017/2018 Registration

This is to inform all undergraduate studets of Kaduna State University who are unable to complete their registration before the deadline that the portal has been re-opened and a new deadline has been announced.

All concerned students are therefore advised to use this opportunity to complete their registration as there may not be any more opportunity for that after the new deadline.

The portal will finally close on April 25th, 2018

Ensure you complete your course registration before the deadline

FUDMA CEC First Admission List 2017/2018 Session

This is to inform the general public that the Continuing Education Center, Federal University Dutsin-Ma has offered admission into its various Certificate Programmes for 2017/2018 academic session.

Registration of admitted students starts on 17th April, 2018 while lectures commence 4th May, 2018.

Admitted students are to pay the sum of Thirty Two Thousand Naira only (N32,000) for Sciences and Twenty Eight Thousand Naira only (N28,000) for others. The programme fee may be paid on installment basis (50% to be paid in the first semester and the remaining 50% in the second semester);

The programme is on part-Time basis (Fridays and Saturdays). Students will be required to present the original of certificate(s) or any other evidence of qualifications at the time of registration. You are also required to present a letter of reference from a person of reputable standing in the society vouching for your good behavior at the time of registration.

The admission list is attached below;

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OAUTH School Of Health Information Management Admission, 2018/2019 Announced

This is to bring to the attention of general public that sales of forms for admission of new intakes into the School of Health Information Management [SHIM], [OAUTHC], Ile-Ife for 2018/2019 academic session is on-gonig, interested candidates must have sat for the UTME examination and obtained five (5) O’Level credits at not more than two sittings in English Language, Mathematics, Biology/Health Science and Chemistry are eligible to apply.

In addition to the above, all applicants must know that final admission into the school shall be based on the JAMB-UTME approved cut-off marks as later decided by JAMB for polytechnics, Monotecnics and Colleges of Education in the 2018/2019 academic session.


Candidates seeking for ND admission must have obtained the minimum entry requirements of five (5) credits at not more than two sittings in the WASC/SSCE/NECO/NABTEB in the following subjects,

English Language, Mathematics, Biology/Health Science, Chemistry and any other subject such as Physics, Agric Science, Geography and Economics.
Candidates must sit for the 2018 JAMB examination and must meet the cut-off points [ stipulated by JAMB] and chose the school as their first choice in JAMB applications.
Candidates intending to pursue the 2-year HND programme must have obtained in addition to 5 credits at O’levels, the National Diploma Certificate (not below Lower Credit) in Health Information Management, together with an evidence of completion of one year (compulsory) Industrial Attachment in a reputable health institution.
Professional Diploma/Technician Certificate in Health Information Management by HRORBN can also apply for HND programme.
Pregnancy is not allowed during training.


Selection of candidates will be based on the possession of requisite academic qualifications, good performance in both the written examination and oral interview. The written examination for ND applicants will be tested in:

English Language
General paper
For the HND programme, applicants will be tested in English Language, Mathematics, Health Records Management, Statistics and Knowledge of Medical Terminologies. Selected candidates will be required to pass the medical fitness examination.


Interested ND applicants are to pay a non refundable fee of two thousand naira (#2,000) while HND applicants are to pay six thousand naira (#6,000) respectively through REMITTA payable to OAUTHC, Ile-Ife account. On presentation of the evidence of payment, application forms are to be collected from;

School of Health Information Management,

Obafemi Awolowo University Hospitals Complex, Ile-Ife,

P. M. B. 5538, Ile Ife

Osun State.

Completed application forms must be returned to the Ag. Head of School not later than 22th August, 2018, while screening exercise comes up on Wednesday 28th August, 2018 by 9am and Interview on Thursday 29th August, 2018

El-Rufai Sacks 4,562 Newly-Recruited Teachers In Kaduna State for Inability To Construct Acceptance Lettern

The Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai has just sacked 4,562 teachers from the ones that were newly recruited for their inability to construct acceptance letter.

Kaduna State government has dismissed 4,562 newly-recruited teachers a few weeks after they were issued with employment letters to replace those sacked for failing a competency test.

The state Commissioner for Education, Alhaji Ja’afaru Sani, who stated this at a briefing yesterday, explained that the newly-recruited teachers were sacked because they found their ways into the service of state government through dubious means.

The state government had sacked 22,000 teachers that failed competency test based on questions meant for primary four pupils and announced that it will replace them with competent teachers, based on a competitive recruitment exercise.

Sacked, again
However, at the end of the exercise, some of the teachers could not correctly write acceptance letters, forcing the state government, according to the Commissioner, to organise another screening for all the newly-recruited teachers.

Sani said: “At the end, 4,562 incompetent ones, believed to have found their way into the final list illegally, were fished out, leaving 11,335 competent ones.
“The 11,335 newly-recruited teachers, predominantly degree holders, including a few with Master’s degrees, have already been deployed to over 4,000 primary schools.

“This was after they had undergone vigorous induction training, along with the remaining old teachers, to equip them with modern teaching techniques and effective classroom management.
“We are hoping that between now and next month ending, we will be concluding the recruitment process of the balance of 13,665 teachers.”

Smart teaching tools
The commissioner added that “we want to equip our students with the information and communication technology skills to enable them compete favourably in the current technology-driven world.”
The commissioner said to achieve technology-based teaching, the state was distributing tablet computers to teachers and students, as well as installing smart boards in schools.
Sani noted that the state Universal Basic Education Board, SUBEB, had concluded the recruitment of 11,335 teachers out of the 25,000 vacancy it earlier advertised; about 40,000 applicants sat for the recruitment examination, out of which 27,639 were invited for oral interview.
He added that 15,897 of the applicants were successful, but subjected to further screening to fish out those allegedly smuggled into the list.

Sani added that the applications for the remaining balance of 13,665 are already being received, adding that the process will commence once approval is granted by Governor Nasir el-Rufai.

UNILAG Student Arrested After She Stole Her Boyfriend’s ATM Card to Buy iPhones Worth N750k

A final year student of the University of Lagos has been arrested for allegedly stealing her boyfriend’s ATM card to purchase iPhones worth N750,000 on Jumia.

A female student of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has been arrested for stealing her boyfriend’s ATM card and using it to buy an iPhone 8 and X on Jumia.

The suspect who also bought other items on the online store was nabbed, after her boyfriend in collaboration with Jumia, traced the buyer to Unilag’s Moremi Hall where the delivery was made.

When the Jumia officials came to the hostel, she hid the phones in a bag and threw them in the dustbin. The girl is actually using an iPhone 7 Plus. However, upon realizing what was happening, the boyfriend demanded that the case be dropped.”

UNIOSUN Matriculates 3,000 for 2017/2018 Academic Session

Osun State University, UNIOSUN matriculates 3,000 as Vice-Chancellor admonishes students to remain disciplined and law-abiding through out their stay in the university
Osun State University on Wednesday, 28th March,2018 held its 11thMatriculation ceremony across all colleges as the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Labode Popoola advised the students to remain disciplined and law-abiding through out their stay in the university.

In his matriculation speechpresented across the colleges,the Vice-Chancellor described the matriculating students as fortunate as the university could only admit 3000 out of 6,865 candidates that applied to UNIOSUN this 2017/2018 academic session.

He congratulated the matriculating students, urging them to abide by the extant laws and procedures of the university, a breach of which would attract appropriate sanctions as contained in the students’ handbook and code of conducts.

The Vice-Chancellor said: “I feel highly elated to welcome you all to this matriculation ceremony, an annual event that officially marks the entry of newly admitted students to higher institutions of learning.

“This gathering, perhaps, is significant not just because of its statutory status, but a time for reflection for the fortunate candidates who were offered admissions from a pool of several qualified candidates.

“For the record, a total of 6,865 candidates applied to Osun State University thus 2017/2018 session, but only 3000 were offered admission having been found successful in the mandatory Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination(UTME) conducted by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board(JAMB), and the screening conducted by the University.

“The matriculating students present in the hall today are likened to the proverbial saying, ‘many are called, few are chosen’.

Upon my assumption of duties as the third substantive Vice-Chancellor barely fifteen months ago, I envisioned a state University that would be first among equals, most preferred, making significant contributions to the society, an efficiently run, self-reliant, sustainable institution and a force to reckon with among Universities globally; a truly 21st century University by the end of my tenure.

“Gladly, the University has continued to focus on her pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and service to society as enshrined in our vision. Currently, the University runs fourty-six (46) undergraduate programmes across the six campuses.

“All the programmes have been duly accredited by the National Universities Commission except one that will be mature for accreditation in November 2018. Our professional programmes have also been accredited by various bodies such as Council for Legal Education, Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, ICAN, COREN and many others.

“To sustain the current pace of development in this University, all hands must be on desk. As newly admitted students, you need to be reminded of the extant laws and procedures.

“This University has zero tolerance for indiscipline, indecency, cultism, any form of hooliganism, and corruption as contained in the matriculation oath. The rules are clear and any infraction, whatsoever, will attract stern penalties as itemized in the students’ handbook.”
He urged the matriculating students to be good ambassadors of the university, assuring them of adequate security across the campuses.
“The University is working around the clock to ensure maximum security on all our campuses. We however, plead that you should not hesitate to report any suspicious activities to the Provost, Dean, Head of Department, Dean of Student Affairs, Sub-Deans, and Security Officers attached to your campuses.

“While congratulating the matriculating students, I want to equally rejoice with the joyous parents and guardians who are here physically to witness the official entry of their wards into the University,” he said.

Adamawa State College of Nursing and Midwifery Admission, 2018/2019 Announced

Adamawa State College of Nursing & Midwifery, Yola , invites applications from suitably qualified and interested candidates for admission into its Post Basic Nursing, Basic Nursing and Remedial Programmes for 2018/2019 academic year.


Candidates for admission into the Post Basic Nursing Programme must be Registered Midwives with a minimum of five SSCE credits in English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry & Physics. They must also hold a current practice licence of the NMCN.

Candidates for admission into the Basic Nursing Programme should be at least 17.5 years old and have a minimum of five (5) SSCE credits in English Language, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry & Physics (at not more than 2 sittings).

Candidates for admission into the Remedial Programme should possess at least 3 credits in any of the minimum subjects required for admission into the Basic Nursing program.


Applicants can walk into Skye Bank or Zenith Bank and pay #5000 for the application forms into the College of Nursing & Midwifery, Yola, account through Adamawa State Gov’t Pay Direct.

Printout of payment slip is then presented to College Bursary Department for issuance of receipt and application form.


PLEASE NOTE: The College does not sale its forms online!!!

Application Closing Date: Not Specified.

UNICAL Gives Reason for Delay In Issuing Certificates to Graduands

University of Calabar, UNICAL gives reason for delay in issuing certificates to graduands.

The management of the University of Calabar (UNICAL) has explained that the delay in issuing certificates to graduands is due to the ongoing school fee payment verification exercise.

This is coming on the heels of complain by prospective National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) members over delay in issuing certificates.

Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Zana Akpagu who debunked the rumour that he was yet to sign the certificates explained that all the certificates have been signed but must undergo verification to ensure that fee evaders are not cleared for NYSC.

Prof. Akpagu maintained that the decision to verify the certificates was arrived at the last Governing Council meeting of the university after it was observed that only seventeen percent of the students have paid school fees .

He further said that, the university has observed that there is massive fee evasion by students hence, the compulsory screening to send only qualified students for service.

According to him “We have observed massive fee evasion. Certificates have been signed by VC but are being scrutinized by fee portal managers to ensure that only those who have paid are given certificates”.

Assuring students to remain calm, he said that there was no cause for alarm as those who are not owing the University will be cleared for service.

He added that normally, certificates are issued during during convocation as NYSC only requires testimonials or statements of results.

“The exercise will eliminate the incidence of fake graduates and ensure that only bona fide graduates are awarded the University’s degrees”, he added.

Finally; OAU Suspends Sex For Mark Professor Indefinitely

The management of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, has suspended Prof. Richard Akindele, whose telephone conversation in which he demanded for sex from a female student was recorded and released on social media.

A member of the committee who pleaded anonymity confided this to our correspondent in Osogbo on Wednesday.
He said the committee recommended the suspension of the professor in a report of the committee set up by the university to probe the matter and to authenticate the veracity of the telephone conversation, where the lecturer demanded to have sex with the student five times before he would upgrade her mark from 33 to a pass mark.

In the leaked telephone conversation, the female student, who our correspondent gathered was a postgraduate student doing her Masters in Business Administration, initiated a call and asked the professor about their earlier discussion on the matter.

The member of the committee said, “The committee recommended the indefinite suspension of the professor pending the time the final report will be ready.

The committee established a prima facie case against the professor. But note that this is the interim report of the committee.

“The committee invited the professor and the female student. We identified the student and invited her, but she did not appear. Only the professor honoured our invitation. I don’t want to tell you what he said on the telephone.”

The committee member said the lady was an MBA regular student and added that the final report would be submitted after the lady might have appeared before the panel.

However, the Public Relations Officer of the OAU, Mr. Abiodun Olanrewaju, when contacted on the telephone, told our correspondent that he would find out to know if the report was ready and get back. But he had yet to do that as of the time of filing this report.

The Vice Chancellor of the OAU, Prof. Eyitope Ogunbodede, had, on Sunday, told our correspondent that the report of the committee would be ready on Wednesday and that it would be released to the public.

It will be recalled that the the lady had released a telephone conversation she allegedly had with the professor; and the lecturer was heard demanding sex with the lady.

The lady eventually rejected the condition given during the conversation.

IMSU Teaching Practice Orientation Programme for 2017/2018 Academic Session

Imo State University, IMSU teaching practice orientation exercise for the 2017/2018 academic session.

This is to inform all 400 level, Faculty of Education students of the Imo State University (IMSU) that their TEACHING PRACTICE ORIENTATION holds as follows:

Date :23rd April 2018
Venue : FACULTY OF EDUCATION MEGA HALL (Beside Dean’s Office)
Time : 10am.

Featuring Lectures on:

Effective use Teaching skills and management by the Prof J N Mbakwem
Personality and Attitude as a professional Teacher by Prof ike Akude
ICT compliance by Solid Academic
Address and orientation about our professional examination by TRCN.
“It is compulsory for all 2017/2018 400level Education students.”

Arthur Jarvis University 2nd Matriculation Ceremony Schedule 2017/2018 Academic Session

Arthur Jarvis University, AJU 2nd matriculation ceremony date, time and venue for the 2017/2018 academic session.

This is to inform the general public and the university community that the management of the Arthur Jarvis University (AJU), Akpabuyo, Calabar, Cross Rivers State, has announced the schedule for the second matriculation ceremony for the 2017/2018 academic session newly admitted students.

Arthur Jarvis University 2nd matriculation ceremony has been scheduled to hold as follows:

Date: 28th April, 2018.
Venue: University Multi-Purpose Hall.
Time: 9:00am

AAUA New School Fees Schedule 2017/2018

Following the reduction of the school fees payable by the students of Adekunle Ajasin University (AAUA) the new school fees schedule for 2017/2018 session has been published.

The school fees schedule for new and returning students of the school for each of the faculties and levels is as indiacted below;

1. Faculties of Arts and Education:

i. Fresh Students: N100, 000

ii. Returning Students: N80,000 (200L to 300L )

2. Faculties of Science, Agric, Social and Mgt. Sciences:

i. Fresh Students: N150, 000

ii. Returning Students : N100, 000

3. Faculty of Law:
i. Fresh Students: 150,000
ii. Returning Students: N100, 000 (200L to 400L).

4. All Final Year Students

To Pay N70,000 across all the faculties
Thank you.

2018 Nigerian AGIP Oil Company Tertiary Scholarships For Nigerians

The Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited (NAOC) Joint Venture in pursuance of its Corporate Social Responsibility invites suitably qualified applicants for its 2017/2018 Session Tertiary Scholarship Scheme, effective from 17th to 30th April, 2018.

Category Of Awards

Host Communities Merit Award – For applicants strictly from NAOC Host Communities
National Merit Award – For applicants from Non-Host communities
Application Deadline: 30th April 2018

Eligible Countries: Nigeria

Type: Undergraduate

To Be Taken At:  Nigerian Tertiary Institutitons

Eligibility: To qualify for consideration, applicants MUST be:

Registered Full TIME undergraduates in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions
Certified 100 level students at the time of application (Only students admitted in 2017/2018 academic session)
Only Indigenes of NAOC Host Communities in Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta and Imo State SHOULD apply for the Host Communities Merit Award.
Only applicants studying Engineering, Geology, Geosciences and Agricultural Science are eligible
NOTE: The following categories of students should not apply:

200 level students and above
Current beneficiaries of similar Awards from other Companies and Agencies
Application Process:

1. Before you start this application, ensure you have clearly scanned copies of the following documents

Passport photograph with white background not more than 3 months old (450px by 450px not more than 200kb)
School ID Card
O’level Certificate
Admission Letter
Birth Certificate
Proof of Local Government Area of Origin
Letter from Community Paramount Ruler (Only Applicants for Host Communities Merit Award)
Letter from CDC Chairman (Only Applicants for Host Communities Merit Award).
JAMB Result
2. Ensure the documents are named according to what they represent to avoid mixing up documents during upload
3. Ensure you attach the appropriate documents when asked to upload
4. Ensure to provide valid Email and Phone Contact for effective communication

Click Here To Begin Application

Visit The Scholarship Webpage For More Information

NOTE: The aptitude test will take place at designated centers to be communicated to applicants on a later date and applicants are to fully bear the cost of transportation to and from Aptitude test centres.

NEKEDEPOLY ND/HND Evening/Weekend Part-Time Admission, 2018/2019 Announced

Applications are invited from suitable and qualified candidates for admission into the Part-Time ND/HND Evening/Weekend Programme of the Federal Polytechnic, Nekede for the 2018/2019 academic session.

Available Programmes


•Accountancy (AC) 

•Banking & Finance (BF) 

•Business Administration & Management (BAM) 

•Marketing (MK) 

•Purchasing & Supply (PS) 

•Office Technology & Management (OTM) 

•Public Administration (PA) 

•Co-operative Economics & Management (CEM)


•Computer Sciences (CS) 

•Food Technology (FT) 

•Library & Information Sciences (LIS) 

•Science Laboratory Technology (SLT) 

•Maths & Statistics (STA)


•Architecture (AR) 

•Building Technology (BT) 

•Surveying & Geo-informatics (SUG) 

•Estate Management (EM) 

•Urban & Regional Planning (URP) 

•Quantity Surveying (QS)


•Electrical Electronics Engineering (EEE) 

•Civil Engineering (CE) 

•Mechanical Engineering (ME)

•Agricultural & Bio Environmental Engineering (AE)


•Mass Communication (MC)


• Accountancy (AC)

•Banking & Finance (BF)

•Business Administration & Management (BAM)

•Marketing (MK)

•Purchasing & Suppl (PS)

•Office Technology & Management (OTM)

•Public Administration (PA)

•Co-operative Economics & Management (CEM)


•Computer Sciences (CS)

•Food Technology (FT)

•Library & Information Sciences (LIS)

•Science Laboratory Technology (SLT)


•Building Technology (BT)

•Estate Management (EM)


•Electrical Electronics Engineering (EEE)

•Civil Engineering (CE)

•Mechanical Engineering (ME)


•Mass Communication (MC)


•Accountancy (AC)

•Banking & Finance (BF)

•Business Administration & Management (BAM)

•Marketing (MK)

•Purchasing & Supply (PS)

•Office Technology & Management (OTM)

•Public Administration (PA)

•Co-operative Economics & Management (CEM)


•Computer Sciences (CS)

•Food Technology (FT)

•Library & Information Sciences (LIS)

•Science Laboratory Technology (SLT)

•Biology/Micro Biology (Option)

•Microbiology/Biochemistry (Option)

•Environmental Biology (Option)

•Maths & Statistics (STA)


•Architecture (AR)

•Building Technology (BT)

•Surveying & Geo-informatics (SUG)

•Estate Management (EM)

•Urban & Regional Planning (URP)

•Quantity Surveying (QS)


•Electrical Electronics Engineering (EEE)

•Civil Engineering (CE)

•Mechanical Engineering (ME)

•Agricultural & Bio Environmental Engineering (AE)


•Mass Communication (MC)

B. Higher National Diploma [ND] Weekend


•Accountancy (AC)

•Banking & Finance (BF)

•Business Administration & Management (BAM)

•Marketing (MK)

•Purchasing & Supply (PS)

•Office Technology & Management (OTM)

•Public Administration (PA)

•Co-operative Economics & Management (CEM)


•Computer Sciences (CS)

•Library & Information Sciences (LIS)


•Building Technology (BT)

•Estate Management (EM)


•Electrical Electronics Engineering (EEE)

•Civil Engineering (CE)

•Mechanical Engineering (ME)


•Mass Communication (MC)

The entry requirement for all National Diploma (ND) Programmes are as follows:

Five (5) credit passes in relevant subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at not more than two sittings in WAEC/NECO or NABTEB (O’ level Examinations).

For details on entry requirements peculiar to each of the courses above, candidates should visit the polytechnic website

The entry requirements for all Higher National Diploma (HND) Programmes are as follows:

•Candidates are required to possess National Diploma in their chosen programme from recognized/accredited Polytechnic or Monotechnic.

•Candidates are also to possess at list five (5) relevant O’ level creadits including English Language and Mathematics at not more than two sitting in WACE/NECO or NABTEB (O’ level Examinations).

• Candidates are required to have at least one year or two years post National Diploma Industrial Training Experience.

For details on the entry requirement peculiar to each of the Higher National Diploma (HND) Programmes, candidates should visit the Polytechnic website

Please NOTE that candidates with Nov/Dec O’ level result of year of admission for ND part-time programmes are not qualified to apply.

It is also important to NOTE that any false data entry during the on-line registration will lead to disqualification of the candidates at anytime such is discovered.

•All candidates MUST first go to the school portal and click on “Application link” on the home page under students. Depending on your interest, choose either HND or ND to proceed.

• Fill your Bio-data in the form and generate an invoice, print or copy out the invoice number, (you can do this on your mobile phone).

• Proceed to any of the designated banks below to make a payment #7,500.00 using your invoice number. You can also choose to make your payment using your VERVE, VISA or MASTER CARD. If you choose the card payment to be processed immediately.

•Approved banks where payment can be made on e-transact.

•Federal Polytechnic Nekede Microfinance Bank Limited

HND: - 4011000027

ND: - 4011000026

•Access Bank Plc Nekede -0699586849

• Return to school portal and complete your application process. Submit your data as requested and print out your acknowledgment slip. If you process your payment using your card, you will return to the portal immediately to print your receipt and acknowledgment slip.

All Application procedures MUST be concluded on or before 12 midnight of 30th June, 2018.

NOUN Receives Full Accreditation For Its Nursing Programme

He made this known during the First Faculty of Health Sciences Public Lecture held at NOUN’s headquarters on Monday in Abuja.

He said that with BNSc. Nursing, B.Sc. Public Health and B.Sc. Environmental Health-fully accredited and B.Sc. Environmental Health resource verified and approved by NUC, the institution needed partnership the Federal Ministry of Health.

“NOUN B.Sc Nursing has been fully accredited by NUC and fully accredited Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria(NMCN).

“ We are very proud of this achievement and we congratulate the faculty of Health Sciences."

“This event is important for because it provides a window of interactivity with the Federal Ministry of Health; we want to see more facilitators and supervisors from the ministry,’’ he said.

UNILAG Forensic Investigation & Criminal Intelligence Courses Admission Form for 2018/2019 Academic Session

University of Lagos, UNILAG Professional Career Development in Forensic Investigation and Criminal Intelligence Courses admission form for the 2018/2019 academic session is now on sale.

University of Lagos Consultancy Services (UNILAG Consult) and International Academy of Forensics (IAF) in collaboration with the International Institute of Certified Forensic Investigation Professionals (IICFIP), USA offer specialised Professional Training Programme (Diploma/Advanced Diploma) in Forensic Investigation and Criminal Intelligence.

Background: Globally, crimes and criminal activities have become an enduring social problem. Thus, governments, society, organisations, and criminal justice system increasingly rely on professionals skilled in forensic investigation and criminal intelligence to help solve these menaces and prevent future criminal behaviours. However, in Nigeria, extant studies have provided evidence that: A wide gap exists between the supply of and demand for properly trained forensic and intelligence officers. A good number of the current crop of forensic practitioners do not possess the requisite knowledge to effectively function in the emerging field of specialisation,

Aim:  Every investigation requires a unique roadmap. Thus, the aim of the programme is to train and equip participants with sound knowledge and deep understanding of a broad range of advances in Forensic Investigation, Criminal Intelligence, and Administration of Criminal Justice.


The Programme is designed to deliver a strong and credible groundwork that emphasises the practical aspects of scientific detection, investigation, prevention and control of crimes and criminal activities. It deals with crime allegations from inception to resolution, including obtaining indisputable evidence, interviewing and interrogation, presenting expert reports, evidence and testifying at trials.


Forensic Investigation and Criminal Intelligence

Forensic Surveillance and Intelligence Gathering

Forensic Accounting and Criminal Intelligence

Forensic Psychology and Criminal Intelligence

The programme will raise participants’ level of critical thinking, curiosity and intellectual ability in crime detection, investigation, prevention and control. Its successful completion will provide the trainees with the requisite practitioner-based skills, understanding, and knowledge to effectively work and enhance their expertise in forensics, surveillance and intelligence gathering settings. The programme also facilitates direct certification in IICFIP.


The programme is designed with the following individuals in view:

Forensic Practitioners; Military, Para-military, Crime Investigation, & Intelligence Officers.

Law Enforcement Officers: Police, Custom, Immigration, & Correctional Officers, Civil Defence Corps, and other Security Officers.

Economic and Financial Crime Investigators; Fraud Examiners, Due Diligence and Compliance Officers; Auditors; Tax Fraud Examiners, Inspectors / Practitioners, and Consultants.

Government Officials; Business Executives, Finance Officers, Managers, and Investors.

Lawyers / Legal & Para-Legal Officers; Psychologists; Investigative Journalists / Reporters.

Researchers / Academics; Educationists / Counsellors; Human Resource Practitioners; Community & Religious Leaders.


The following categories of people are eligible to apply for the Training:

Holders of relevant professional qualifications from recognised professional bodies.

Holders of university degrees / HND from recognised institutions.

Any other persons in management cadre / senior officers: Minimum of ten years work experience; Age not below thirty years; and Five ordinary level credit passes in any subjects (English language and Mathematics inclusive).

Graduating University Students (CGPA not below 2.50)

Holders of GCE Advanced Level, OND, NCE, Diploma or any other certificate from recognised higher institutions: Minimum of five years work experience; Age not below twenty-five years; and five ordinary level credit passes (English language and Mathematics inclusive).

Training Centre: Training Room, UNILAG Consult Building, by First Bank, DLI / ISL Roundabout, University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba, Lagos

Duration: Six (6) Months (Saturdays Only)

Time: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Commencement Date: Saturday, 28 April, 2018

Application Fee: ₦10,000, obtainable at 2nd Floor, Unilag Consult Building.

Programme Fees: ₦300,000 (IICFIP Membership Fees not inclusive)

Bank Account Details: UNILAG Consult, A/C. No.: 2029937936, First Bank (Nigeria) Plc


On completion of the Training, Professional Diploma / Advanced Diploma Certificate will be jointly awarded by the UNILAG Consult and International Academy of Forensics (IAF) to successful participants; while IICFIP will award (optional) Certified Forensic Investigation Professional (CFIP) Certificate.

Enquiry (Tel.): 08038211452 & 08181980476

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Abia State Teachers Embark On Strike Over 6 Months Unpaid Salaries

Teachers in Abia public schools have embarked on strike over six months salary arrears owed them by the state government.

This was even as the teachers accused the state leadership of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) of undermining the plight of members by always thwarting moves to ventilate their grievances.

The strike led to shutdown of all government-owned primary and secondary schools in Abia, which were supposed to have resumed on Monday, for the third term academic session.

A visit to some of the schools in Aba, including the Constitution Crescent Primary school, Abayi Girls Secondary School, Okigwe Road Primary and Secondary Schools, Girls Secondary Commercial School and Boys’ Technical College were all locked.

Some teachers, who were seen at venues for the ongoing West African Examination Council exams and who would not want their names in print, for fear of victimisation, told newsmen they are on strike.

“We are on strike, but, as you know, Abia State NUT strikes are usually funny. The leadership of NUT here is made up of people who betray the interest of members. By the time they finish their meeting with government and some money exchange hands, they’ll force us to go back to work; without our demands being met.

“They’ve done it before and I don’t think this will be any different. We, as secondary school teachers, received our salaries last in November 2017. My colleagues in the primary schools got theirs last in January. Our leadership is the problem. They’re showing the government that Abia NUT is a toothless bulldog,” a teacher said, yesterday.

When contacted, state NUT Chairman, Chizobam Akparanta said he could not speak on the matter as they were meeting with the Deputy Governor, Sir Ude Okochukwu.

LASU-FCE Osiele Sandwich Degree Programme Admission Form for 2018 Modular Year

Lagos State University (LASU) in collaboration with Federal College of Education, Oshiele, Abeokuta, Sandwich Degree Programme Admission Form for 2018 modular year.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the underlisted programmes in Federal College of Education, Osiele, Abeokuta, Sandwich Degree Programmes.

See also: LASU Seals Partnership with Federal College of Education Abeokuta on Sandwich Degree Programme.


B.Sc Education: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Human Kinetics Sports/Physical & Health Education, Health Education, Computer Science Education.

B.Sc Education: Economics, Political Science, Business Education, Accounting Education, Educational Management.

B.A. Education: Christian Religious Studies, Islamic Religious Studies, French Language, English Language, Yoruba Language.



Five (5) O Level Credits or TCII Merit Passes at not more than two (2) sittings with two (2) of the subjects at A Level or NCE Merit Passes in relevant areas.
A University/Polytechnic 2-year Diploma Certificate in the relevant area obtained at not less than Merit level.

Advanced Diploma in Sports from Nigerian Institute for Sports.


English Major: Credit Pass in Literature in English, English Language and Mathematics at O Level or its equivalent.

Economics Major: Credit Pass in English Language, Mathematics and Economics.

Physical & Health Education, Political Science Major: At least, a Credit Pass in English Language and Credit Pass in Mathematics or O Level or its equivalent.

Health Education Major: A Credit Pass in English Language and Credit Pass in Mathematics.

Holders of Staff Registered Nurse and Midwifery Certificate, Environmental Health plus five (5) O Level Credit Passes to include English Language and Mathematics are also eligible.

Mathematics and Science Major: Credit Pass in Mathematics and English Language.


General English at NCE is acceptable for O Level English for all courses except English major.

Merit in Arithmetic possessed at TC is acceptable as equivalent for O Level Mathematics. Other considerations:

ICAN (Part II) CIS (Part II) are acceptable for Economics.

Holders of Certificates issued by recognised Arabic institutions who may not have written Arabic at SSCE/GCE O Level will be considered for admission subject to the fulfilment of other entry requirements NCE (Arabic) at Merit Level is also acceptable.

Diploma in Health Education, Environmental Health, Physical Education, social work, Health Administration and overall grades of Merit plus three (3) O Level Credit/TC II Merit Passes which should include English Language is acceptable for:

Human Kinetics Sports/PHE, and Health Education.


The five (5) year Sandwich Degree Programme is designed for candidates with NCE but also fall short of entry qualification for the four (4) year Sandwich Degree Programme.


Application Form is obtained from Federal College of Education, Osiele, Abeokuta, Ogun State. Website: after the payment of Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000.00) only as application fee.

For further information, please visit the Centre for Sandwich Degree Programmes of the College.

Closing Date of Application is six (6) weeks from the date of this publication.

PLEASE NOTE:  Entrance Examination and Interview date shall be communicated accordingly.

Candidates are expected to come along with their writing materials, originals and photocopies of all their credentials on the day of interview.

Federal School of Surveying Oyo School Fees Schedule 2017/2018

The management of Federal School of Surveying Oyo has announced the school fees schedule for 2017/2018 Academic Session.

The details are as follows;


1 ACCEPTANCE FEE 20,000 20,000 30,000 30,000 30,000

2 REGISTRATION FEE 5,000 5000 7500 7500 7500

3 MEDICAL SERVICE FEE 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500

4 LIBRARY FEE 2000 2000 3000 3000 3000

5 EXAMINATION FEE 4000 4000 7000 7000 7000

6 LAB/WORKSHOP FEE 2000 2000 4000 5000 5000

7 PRACTICAL & FIELD STUDY FEE 8000 8000 8000 8000 8000

8 PRACTICAL SAFETY JACKET 3000 3000 3000 3000 3000

9 SPORT FEE 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000

10 TUTION FEE - - 37000 50000 50000

11 MATRIC FEE 3500 3500 3500 3500 3500

12 CAUTION FEE(REFUNDABLE) 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000

13 ID CARD FEE 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500

14 SCHOOL HANDBOOK 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500

15 RESULT VERIFICATION 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000

16 STUDENT WELFARE INS. SCHEME 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500

17 ICT 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000

18 TISHIP 2100 2100 2100 2100 2100

19 ENTERPRENEURSHIP 2000 2000 - - -
SUBTOTAL 69600 69600 123100 137100 137100

2(B) MEDICAL EXAM FEE 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000

GRAND TOTAL (2A & 2B) 74600 74600 128100 142100 142100

Please note that you are to deduct Acceptance fees from the total amount to be paid if you have already paid your acceptance fees.

The payments of the sum of N2,100 and N1,500 for TISHIP and Students Welfare Insurance Scheme (SWIS) respectively shall be made as follows
Also note that the Medical Exam Fee of N5000 is to be paid in cash to School Clinic

Account Name: FSS, Oyo Social Health Programme
Bank: 6216001863
Amount: N3,600

You are enjoined to please adhere strictly to the above directives. Thank You.

Undergraduate(HND & ND)---#22,500
Postgraduate(PPGD & PGD)---#27,500

YABATECH School Fees Payment Deadline, 2017/2018

This is to inform all students of Yaba College of Technology that the management of the school has fixed a deadline for the payment of 2017/2018 session fees.

All students are hereby notified that the SCHOOL FEES PAYMEN T ends on the 27TH OF APRIL, 2018 .

After which the payment portal will not be opened for any school fees payment.

Please kindly ensure all payments are made before the announced day.
Thank you.

FUOYE JUPEB Admission, 2017/2018 Announced

The Continuing Education Centre of Federal University Oye-Ekiti invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Joint Universities Preliminary Examination Board (JUPEB) Programme for 2018/2019 Academic year commencing from September 2018.

2.0 The JUPEB Programme

JUPEB is a national examination board approved by the Federal Government to conduct examinations for students with approved subject combinations for direct entry admissions into tertiary institutions. Candidates would be admitted to 200 level in Federal University Oye Ekiti or any other university that is affiliated to the JUPEB programme after fulfilling the conditions for admission as required by FUOYE or any other university of their choice. At the end of the programme certificates of Direct Entry admission would be issued to the students. Please visit: for further information.


The Programme shall run for one academic session of two semesters beginning from September, 2018 to July, 2019. During this period, students would be exposed to a broad based intensive training which would prepare them for the JUPEB examination.


Candidates must possess a minimum of 5 ‘O’ level credits (SSCE/WASCE/NECO/GCE/NABTEB), including English Language obtained at not more than two sittings in subjects relevant to their proposed courses at FUOYE or any other university.



Subjects Combination


(i)Agricultural Economics and Extension (ii) Animal Production and Health (iii) Crop Science and Horticulture (iv) Fishery and Aquaculture (v) Food Science and Technology (vi) Hospitality and Tourism Management (vii) Soil Science

(a) Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science (b) Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/ Agricultural Science


(i)English Language (ii) Linguistics (iii) History and International Relations (iv) Theatre and Media Arts

(a) Literature-in- English; Government; Economics (b) Literature-in- English, Government, Christian Religious Studies/Islamic Religious Studies (c) Economics, History, Literature-in- English (d) Literature-in- English; (e) Christian Religious Studies/ Islamic Religious Studies, History


(i)Agricultural and Bioresources Engineering (ii) Civil Engineering (iii) Computer Engineering (iv) Electrical and Electronics Engineering (v) Materials and Metallurgical Engineering (vi) Mechanical Engineering (vii) Mechatronics Engineering

Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics.


(i)Science Education (Agric. Education; Biology Education; Chemistry Education; Library and Information Sci., Mathematics Education)  (ii) Educational Foundation (iii) Business Management (iv) Business studies and Educational Management

Relevant subject combinations as listed for other Faculties.

Management Sciences

(i)                 Accounting

(ii)                Banking and Finance

(iii)              Business Administration

(iv)              Public Administration

(a)Economics, Government, Mathematics (b) Business Studies, Economics, Government (c) Accounts, Economics, Geography or Government

(d) Accounts, Business Studies; Geography or Government (e) Mathematics, Accounting, Geography.


(i)Animal and Environmental Biology (ii) Computer Science (iii) Biochemistry (iv) Geology (v) Geophysics (vi)Mathematics (vii) Microbiology (viii) Plant Science and Biotechnology  (ix) Physics (x) Industrial Chemistry

(a) Biology, Chemistry, Physics (b) Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (c) Physics, Chemistry, Geography

Social Sciences

(i)Criminology and Security Studies (ii) Demography and Social Statistics (iii) Economics (iv) Mass Communication (v) Peace and Conflict Studies (vi) Political Science (vii) Psychology (viii) Sociology

(a) Economics, Government, Mathematics (b) Mathematics, Geography, Economics (c) Literature –in –English, Economics, Government (d) Biology, Economics, Government(e) Government, Literature –in –English, Christian Religious Studies/ Islamic Religious Studies


i. Log on to

ii. Click on Pay a Federal Government Agency

iii. On the name of MDA field: Type/Select “ Federal University Oye-Ekiti-1000134”

iv. Under Name of services/Purpose select “Project”

v. In the description field type in: 2018/2019 JUPEB

vi. Enter the amount to be paid which is 10,000.00

vii. Enter the other information i.e Payer’s Email and Payer’s Phone

viii. Proceed to payment.

After 24 hrs of payment, visit Federal University Oye-Ekiti website with your Remita Receiver Reference No. (RRR) to continue your registration.


i. Candidates are required to submit a valid e-mail address and a cell phone number during registration.

ii. Complete the O’ Level section with the required 5 O’ level credits for the applied course in either one (1) or two (2) sittings


i. All candidates would be required to register for JAMB Direct Entry

ii. Candidates who voluntarily withdraw from the programme would not be refunded.

iii. Students who failed the Final JUPEB Examination may have the opportunity to reapply and repeat the programme.

iv. Applicants should check website of the University regularly for any further information.

For further information please contact the following: 08100737929, 08073024003, 0806023945 between 8:00am- 6:00pm.


Ag. Registrar

Governor Akeredolu Slashes AAUA School Fees to N100,000

GOVERNOR Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State has reduced Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko, AAUA school fees.

The Ondo State Government has reviewed downwards its new schedule of fees for the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akunga Akoko (AAUA) for returning students following pressure from students and parents.

In a statement jointly signed by the Student Union President, Olawale Ijanusi, Secretary, Adekunle Ayo-Lawrence and PRO, Samson Adelowo, the new fees were proposed by the state government after a meeting.

“In respect of the meeting held between the Governor and the leadership of the students Union alongside members of the governing council.

Below is the statement:


Greetings to our ever dogged and resilient students.

In respect of the meeting held today between the Governor and the leadership of the students Union alongside members of the governing council. After much deliberation, the meeting result to revive the tuition as follows;

Returning students:
Faculty of Law: #100,000
Faculty of Science: #100,000
Faculty of Social and management science: #100,000
Faculty of Education: #80,000
Faculty of Art: #80,000

With an option to pay twice I.e #50,000 and #40,000 per semester respectively.
Final Year students across all faculties are to pay a sum of #70,000 with an opinion of paying twice I.e #35,000 per semester.

The Governor said this is the lowest he can go and he urges every individual that they should abide by this.

Sequel to this, the Union is willing and ready to seek the opinion of students populace, the final decision of the union lies with Nigeria students.

Send your opinion to the following contacts through SMS Or WhatsApp messages.