Category Archives: Education

Oh Dear!!! Unilorin Website Gets Hacked Again

As reported by a forum user, Just this morning, I decided to surf Unilorin homepage to check out some information on their website. I discovered that it has been overrun by hackers again. This new hackers call themselves ‘Ghost Hackers’ from Indonesia and Pakistan and have decided to cover the homepage of the website with a date March 23rd.… Read More »

49 Bag First Class At ABU’s 39th Convocation

Forty nine persons graduated with First Class degree at the 39th convocation of the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, which held on Friday. At the ceremony where 11,731 students graduated, 2,697 students obtained Masters degree, while 289 were awarded PhD degree. Speaking at the event, President Muhammad Buhari said a visitation panel would soon be constituted to rid universities… Read More »

2016 Batch B NYSC Call-up Letter Is Out – See How To Print Yours

National Youth Service Corps, NYSC Batch ‘B’ call-up letter is now available online for printing, procedure for printing is contained on this page. To all prospective corps members that wish to print their call-up letters online from the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) portal, below are the stress-free procedure you can follow to do it yourself. The National Youth Service… Read More »

‘Please Call Off The Strike’- Atiku Begs ASUU

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has appealed to the Academic Staff Union of Universities to suspend its strike action and embrace negotiation with the government. The university lecturers had on Wednesday commenced a one-week strike over failure by the Federal Government to implement the 2009 Agreement and 2013 Memorandum of Understanding. Speaking during his 70th birthday celebration in… Read More »

Waec Bans Two Schools For Examination Malpractice (Full Story)

The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has barred two secondary schools in Imo State from registering as an examination centre or presenting their students as candidates in any of its examinations for a period of 5 years. Reports stated that The council also derecognized 28 schools for two years as a result examination malpractices. The Head, Public Affairs… Read More »

ASUU Strike: Union Vows Not To Back Down Until Demands Are Met

Chairman of the University Of Calabar Academic Staff Union Of Universities (ASUU), Tony Eyang, has said the union will not back down until its demands are met. ASUU commenced a two-week warning strike on Wednesday, November 16, in protest of the Federal Government’s refusal to implement the 2009 Memorandum of Understanding with the Union among other issues. Speaking… Read More »

NYSC DG Opens Up On Mobilisation Of All Corps Members For 2016

The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) Director-General Brig-Gen. Sule Kazaure has said the poor release of funds to the scheme in the 2016 budget will affect mobilisation of eligible corps members this year. The Nation reports that Kazaure noted that while mobilisation for all graduates remains compulsory as there was no plan to amend the… Read More »

NYSC Confirms 2016 Batch B Stream II Will Commence Orientation In January 2017 | See Details

The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has assured university graduates and members of the public, that it has made necessary arrangements to ensure eligible prospective corps members, are mobilized in the next service year. Director General of the NYSC, Brigadier-General Sule Kazaure, made this known in Abuja on Wednesday, during a media parley organized for editors and reporters… Read More »

Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma Shut Down Over Students’ Protests

Confirmed reports reaching our news desks says Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma (AAU) Shut Down till further notice due to the ongoing protest by students of the institution because of hike in fee. The protest was bloody as a student was shot on the leg. Thank God no life was lost. A press statement signed by the institution’s Public Relations Officer,… Read More »

10 Types Of Nigerian Teachers We All Came Across In Secondary School

Secondary school was amazing! In our journey through secondary school, we all encountered some crazy Nigerian teachers. Here are the most interesting ones. 1. The Disciplinarian: This one was usually very strict and never hesitated to use the cane. Their classes were usually very quiet, and most people just sat in fear never really understanding anything. Everyone studied… Read More »

Kaduna Lecturer Detained For Alleged ‘Hate Speech’ Released

A former lecturer of Kaduna State University who is on trial for alleged hate speech, has been released from prison. John Danfulani, first arrested in January, was remanded in prisons two weeks ago by a High Court in Kaduna, the Kaduna State capital. “Driving home. My 13 days ordeal in Kaduna prison ended some minutes ago. Thanking comrades… Read More »

UNIZIK 300L Student Dies In Fatal Accident (Photos)

The Nnamdi Azikiwe University has lost yet another student, Mr Lawson Olisa who reportedly died on Friday in a fatal accident in Ekwulobia, Anambra state. The fatal accident involved a motorcycle and a vehicle clash which happened along Ekwulobia-Ufuma road. Until his death, Mr Lawson was a student of Building Technical Education. As we await more details, we wish to sympathize… Read More »