A mystery snake is said to have sneaked into the accounts office of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, in Makurdi, the Benue State capital and made away with N36 million cash.
Before now, JAMB candidates purchased scratch cards from JAMB state offices and other designated centers, to gain access to the Board’s website for either registration or to check their admission status but the reforms introduced by JAMB registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, recommended an end to the use of scratch cards.
A team of auditors was dispatched to different state offices of JAMB to take inventory of the sold and unsold scratch cards and recover whatever money that might have either been generated or mismanaged during the period of the sale of scratch cards.
On their visit to Makurdi office of JAMB, a sales clerk, Philomina Chieshe, told JAMB registrar and his team that she could not account for N36 million she made in previous years before the abolition of scratch cards.
In the course of interrogation, Philomena confessed that it was her housemaid that connived with another JAMB staff, Joan Asen, to “spiritually” steal the money from the vault in the accounts office.
She said: “I was one of the four sales clerks attached to JAMB office in Makurdi. My responsibility was to sell scratch cards to candidates and not involved in handling the revenues. It was the responsibility of Joan Asen and my other senior colleagues. I only remit money when am done selling the cards.
“Few months ago, there was issue of fraud in the Makurdi office. Auditors were sent from Abuja to carefully flip the record books of the office, to perhaps, ascertain the current state of affairs.
“The state Coordinator, Obilo, was not around when the audit team came. But in the course of the audit, N36 million was discovered to have been missing from the account. An investigation was launched. In the course of the investigation, it was discovered that Joan Asen, who is account staff and a lady outside JAMB have connived to steal the money.”
Philomina in her confessional statement said that Joan Asen and her accomplices confessed that they have been stealing the money “spiritually” through a mysterious snake that always sneak into the office to swallow the money from the vault.
According to her “It was a mystery to me too. I have been saving the money in the bank, but I found it difficult to account for it. So I started saving it in a vault in the office. But each time I open the vault, I will find nothing. I became worried and surprised how the millions of Naira could be disappearing from the vault. I began to interrogate everybody in the house and office, and no one could agree on what might have happened to the money. I continued to press until my housemaid confessed. She said that the money disappeared “spiritually”. She said that a “mysterious snake” sneaked into the house and swallowed the money in the vault.”
Lagos – A 42-year-old housewife, Fatimot Abiola, on Wednesday in Lagos lost her 22 -year-old marriage to her husband, Rasheed, for wearing trousers against her husband’s wish.
Delivering the judgment, the President of Igando Customary Court, Lagos, Mr Akin Akinniyi said that it appeared that the estranged couple was tired of the marriage and all efforts to reconcile both parties had failed.
Petition for marriage divorce
“Since both parties consented to the dissolution of their marriage, this court has no choice than to dissolve the marriage.
“The court pronounced the marriage between Mr Rasheed Abiola and Mrs Fatimot dissolved, both parties henceforth cease to be husband and wife.
“Both are free to go their separate ways without any hindrance and molestation,” Akinniyi ruled.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Abiola had earlier told the court that his wife wears trousers which he had warned her severally to desist but she refused.
“My mother and I had warned Fatimot severally to stop wearing trouser but she will not listen, I can no longer cope with her way of life and her deviant attitude,” he said.
The 47-year-old custom officer said that his wife was threatening him from marrying another wife.
“Fatimot is threatening to harm me if I make any attempt to marry another woman.
“But Fatimot and I have not been sleeping together as husband and wife for years,” he said.
“She once left the house and never return until after a year,” the estranged husband said.
According to him, he is experiencing depression because he does not have peace of mind.
He begged the court to dissolve the union that he did not love her again, he wants to move on with his life.
However, Fatimot said that her husband kicked against her wearing trouser claiming she wanted to be trading in prostitution.
She said that she never threatened him not to marry another wife.
The mother of three children urged the court to grant her husband’s wish. (NAN)
A former lecturer at the Department of Crop Production, College of Agriculture, Kwara State University, Malete, Dr. Solomon Osunlola, committed suicide yesterday Friday, November 17th.
According to reports, the registrar of KWASU had written to inform him of his conversion to a contract staff from a full-time appointment. This reportedly got the deceased so depressed that some of his friends had to seek spiritual help because it became a serious case.
The deceased had lost his wife three months ago. One of his friends had offered to assist him with a job at Landmark University but Osunlola declined and refused to submit his credentials.
Yesterday, his family members had to force his room door open after he did not step out in the morning. Sadly, they discovered that he had committed suicide.
Confirming his death, the director, Public Relations, KWASU, Dr. Isiaka Aliagan, said
“The Management of KWASU, Malete, would like to clarify that the late Dr. Oluremi Solomon Osunlola, was a Lecturer 1 in the Department of Crop Production, College of Agriculture. He joined the services of the Institution on a full-time appointment in 2010. However, during staff verification, it was discovered that the late Osunlola had already retired from the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Kwara Office, before taking up a full-time appointment with KWASU.
Despite the fact that the deceased violated the rule of his engagement, the university, in August, 2017, converted his appointment to contract on compassionate grounds. This is all we can say about the late Osunlola.”
His remains have been deposited at the morgue.
You would be wondering what other satisfaction will a married man with 7 children want from an infant, as minor as a three year old. Well, just not too long ago, a father of seven, Abdullahi Sani, was on Thursday docked at a Senior Magistrate court in Kastina for allegedly raping a three year old girl to death.
The 50-year-old resident of Jabiri Quarters, Fantua, was alleged to have committed the offence on October 12.
Sani is now facing rape and culpable homicide charges, which the Police said are in accordance with Section 283 and 221 of Penal Code Law.
While reading the First information Report (FIR), the police persecutor, Inspector Sani Ado stated that, Sani had called the victim who was of the same address, took her to an uncompleted building, covered her mouth and raped her.
“In the process, she died instantly”, he said.
The Police prosecutor however said investigation on the case was ongoing and requested that the case be adjourned to another date.
Abdulkadiri Umar, the Senior Magistrate directed that Sani be remanded in prison custody till December 18, when the case is to come up for mention before Senior Magistrate Falile Dikko.
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It’s not so much of a new news, hearing Lecturers having affairs with students, most especially as a consideration for academic marks/privileges. Same was the story in Cross river State were a married lecturer was arrested yesterday for inviting a female student he was assigned to supervise her final year project to a hidden hotel in barracks road, Igoli Ogoja, Cross River state.
In a video gone viral on social media, the lecturer was caught asking the student, “Have I done any wrong? Then he turned to explained to the officers that he was set for his promotion interview before the female student called him.
The officers then ordered him to their vehicle.
From the video, the man was seen begging to be allowed to go for his promotional interview which he missed due to the arrest.
The lecturer is alleged to be working at the College of Health Technology, Iboko, Yala LGA of Cross River State.
He’s also the HOD of the Laboratory Services Department of General Hospital Ogoja Cross River State.
Here’s a bit to know about the Artiste, Oluwa Benny.
INTERVIEWER: A brief introduction about yourself
OLUWA BENNY: My name is Wagoha Ebenezer Chimene popularly known as oluwa benny…(my music name)
INTERVIEWER: What led you into Music?
OLUWA BENNY: my love and I’m naturally grinded into it
INTERVIEWER: So how do you blend both Music and Education
OLUWA BENNY: yea i believe in time for everything but i have a deep passion for music but i still make my education my piriority
INTERVIEWER: Ok just tell us a bit about your newest hit
OLUWA BENNY: ok
BLACK MAGIC is one of my single(third single)
that was mixed and mastered by dsbeats.
INTERVIEWER: Any info about it?
OLUWA BENNY: it dropped officially on phcitypromo and other websites on Monday 2nd october and the links to the song
INTERVIEWER: What led you to title it ‘Black Magic’? What’s the inspiration?
OLUWA BENNY: the song was inspired by an african lady who values the black culture
INTERVIEWER: Any hint on who?
OLUWA BENNY: it remains undisclosed for now🙏
INTERVIEWER: A line of your New hit?
OLUWA BENNY: “girl i say kibumbum kibumbum ki the girls them like the black magic ehh”
INTERVIEWER: Who’s your role model? Who you look up to in Music?
OLUWA BENNY: My role model is Ycee and Burna Boy
INTERVIEWER: Any reason for this?
OLUWA BENNY: I love their musical concept and I’m in their line of music
INTERVIEWER: So which line of music are you into?
OLUWA BENNY: HIP POP, Agro Pop and Ghana Alkaida
INTERVIEWER: What are your expectations after this New single of yours?
OLUWA BENNY: I’m expecting more downloads from my fans and higher heights.
INTERVIEWER: So what have you got to say to your fans, Fam and well wishers?
OLUWA BENNY: I want to say a big thank you to my fans for believing in me and my advice is “never give up on yourself”.
your struggle now pays later.
The Calabar University Medical Students Association Games began on a very high note on Friday, 20th October at the Abraham Ordia Stadium, University of Calabar. The games began with a match between Association of Resident Doctors UCTH-Chapter and the CUMSA All Star team and an invitational inter-faculty (4*100)relay race.
The Games was officially opened with a kick-off by the Dean of Faculty Of Medicine, Prof. Victor Ansa. Other dignitaries were; Deputy Dean, Dr. Odey , ARD-UCTH President, Dr. Akan Ekereuke, ARD-UCTH President and Editor in Chief National Association of Resident Doctors, Dr. Ekpoke Ejike, Dr. Henry Okpara (former H.O.D.) Chemical Pathology and past CUMSA president, Dr.Ogar Emmanuel. Also were Student Union Government Executives, SUG vice President, Director of Sports, Director of Information, Financial Secretary and Former Attorney General of the Students Union Government.
The Match between the ARD and CUMSA all Star Team was action packed an all thrilling, with a goal for the CUMSA team on the third minute, by Ukeme Samuel of the C1A class. The ARD team showed resilience having 3 former CUMSA Presidents featuring for them, Dr. Antigha Cobhams, Dr. Jerry Ani and Dr. Emmanuel Ogar. Superb ball play came from Dr. Okeke who got a shot at goal that hit the wood work after a wonderful run-up, the rebound was converted to an equalizer by Dr. Jerry Ani at the 34th Minute. The game ended in a 1-1 draw with the trophy going to the ARD team for superior performance.
The spectators were yet to get their breath back before the start of the Invitational relay.
Invitational 4*100 relay Girls
The race feautured 3 faculties and the following were the order of results.
1st LAWSAN ( faculty of Law).
2nd CUMSA (faculty of Medicine)
3rd FABAMSSA (faculty of Basic Medicals.
Invitational Relay Boys.
The race feautured 5 faculties. With an early lead from the Faculty Of Education, but for Eyo Akwa(2016 200m Gold Medalist) who took the 2nd curve for the CUMSA team delivering Baton first to Oshie Emmanuel(2016 100m gold medalist). And an error from the Faculty Of Education team in the exchange area for the last 100meter stretch, Oshie Emmanuel capitalised under the deficit to give a gold medal with a wide margin.
1. CUMSA (faculty of Medicine)
2. LAWSAN (faculty of Law)
3. FAMEDSA (faculty of Allied Medicals)
4. FABAMSA (faculty of Basic Medicals)
5.NUESA Faculty of Education
Day one ended with a match between the PC1 (year 2 ) and C1B (junior year 4)
PC1 VS C1B
The match was balanced with these two teams evenly matched, but for a counter attack being converted to a goal for the C1B class in the 12th minute, by Utibe Udofia an assist from Ewa Anthony(Ishuz).)
Oshie Emmanuel(PC1) was removed from the game for injuries sustained after a collision in the 1st half, being replaced by Callistus(Kaka) who was unable to provide his team with an equalizer. Anselem Uduak (C1B) was man of the match.
PC1 Vs C1B
The second day of the Games began with the table tennis tournament featuring two players from each class (12 players) who went through 3 rounds before a final round.
Table Tennis Players.
Premed(Year one): Nwachukwu Precious and Ibe Frank. PC1(Year 2): Okwueze Kenneth and Iron Bar Victor. C1B(Junior year 4): Donald Ekong and Gilbert Dede. C1A(Senior year 4): Caleb Odogwu and Oyedikachi Kingsley Umoh (OKU). C2(year 5): Nathan Sinebari and Richard Adolphus. C3(year 6): Emana Alexis and Adinya Mike.
After the First round, 6 players proceeded to the Second round.
Emana Alexis Vs Donald Ekong
Nathan S. Vs Gilbert Dede
Ken Obi. Vs OKU
After the Second Round 3 players emerged for the third round to produce a 3 place winner.
Nathan Sinebari C2
Donald Ekong C1B
Nathan Sinebari was placed 3rd.
Donald Ekong faces Onyedikachi Kingsley Umeh in a fierce final battle edging out OKU to take gold after winning the two Seniors round.
Donald Ekong C1B
Onyedikachi Kingsley Umeh C1A
MATCH DAY TWO
C1A(senior year 4) VS PC1(year 2).
The C1A class who were Second at the last CUMSA GAMES FOOTBALL came into the match with an injury ridden squad with two of their top strikers being unavailable for the match and also the PC1 suffered from fatigue problems after playing the previous day.
The match was brilliant and evenly matched with the PC1 class struggling to at least pick a point or all 3 points to save themselves. Both teams lacked an attacking teeth to get a goal. The match ended in a 0-0 draw. With Irom Ekong Man of the Match.
PREMED(year 1) VS C3(final year)
The final year class came into the game with much confidence being drawn against the 100 level class who had no experience at the tournament. The Premed class were up-to a surprise start mounting pressure in the opening minutes.
The C3 class had the day with a goal from Jokah George assisted by Emana Alexis in the 23rd minute.
The PREMED class were unable to find the back of the net despite excellent performance from Ategwu Joseph.
Match ended with a 1-0 win for the final year class, with Emana Alexis being the man of the Match for a star performance.
The Long distance races also took place, Male (1500m) and Female (800m)
C2 ( year 5) begins with a surprise start in the volley ball competition.
C1B (Year 4b) onto a cruising start in the prelims
The Calabar University Medical Students Association (CUMSA) is on the headlines once again with the commencement of its traditional sports festival. The annual week-long event which features various classes within the faculty going head-to-head, indeed has promise to retain its status as the faculty games in the university. Continue reading CUMSA GAMES 2017 KICKS OFF WITH PRE-LIMS (PICS)→
Mixed reactions have welcomed the new cut off mark for university admission by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) fixed at 120 score.
The board also pegged entry qualifications benchmark into polytechnics, colleges of education and monotechnics at 100. But candidates seeking degree admission into the colleges of education must equally possess 120 like that of the universities. Continue reading JAMB NEW CUT-OFF: 120? Shocking!→
S.U.G SENATE PRESS RELEASE BY COMMITTEE ON MEDIA AND PUBLICITY OVER REJECTION OF NOMINEES FOR JUDICIARY
SENATE REJECTS EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT’s NOMINATIONS, DEMANDS REVIEW, AND RESUBMISSION FOR RECONSIDERATION BY SENATE.
BY Sen. DANIEL FAITHFUL M.
The Student community is by this notice informed that the Student Union Government Senate has rejected the list of nominations for the Judiciary arm of government.
The S.U.G executive President on the 21st June 2017, presented the list of nominations for Judiciary to the Senate for Screening and Confirmation.
The S.U.G Senate led by Sen. Etta Enyi in ensuring that the process moves swiftly so as to inaugurate the third arm of government needed for the smooth running of the Union, presented the letter to the Chairman screening committee on the same day.
SCREENING BY THE S.U.G SENATE SCREENING COMMITTEE
The Senate screening committee sat on Wednesday, 28th June 2017, for the screening of the nominees from the Executive President.
After the screening process and investigations on nominees at the level of the Faculty of law and Students Affairs Division and in line with the S.U.G Constitution; the Screening committee provided a detailed report on its exercise.
SENATE CONVENES EMERGENCY SESSION
The Senate convened an emergency session on Wednesday 5th, July 2017, for the consideration of the Screening report and Confirmation of eligible nominees.
The Chairman of the Committee Sen. Asuquo Asuquo stated that some nominees were found wanting; not satisfying constitutional provisions for such offices.
After further deliberations on the floor of the House, The House voted to reject some nominees pending their satisfaction of constitutional provisions and investigation by the Senate Fact Finding committee on some concerns raised.
The session was abruptly adjourned due to elapsing of the time allotted by school management for a session.
RESOLUTIONS AFTER THE SESSION
The Senate Screening, Fact Finding and Constitutional Matters Committees in consultation with the Senate leadership decided to reject the entirety of the list, seeking a review by the Executive President for reconsideration and possible Confirmation.
The Constitution provides for 14 days for nominees to be considered by the Senate.
The S.U.G SENATE by the provisions of its guidelines sits only on working days (Mon-Fri) between 6:00am and 6:00pm
The Senate sat for consideration of nominees on 5th July, (Day 11, due to public holidays for the Muslim Salah celebration).
The S.U.G Senate President put a call across to the S.U.G President on the same day, informing Him that nominations had been rejected, and should be reviewed, and resubmitted for reconsideration.
The Director of information issued a public notice about the Rejection of the Nominations and N.U.C.J Reported it amongst its headlines for the Day.
The Scribe of the Senate had called the President on Thursday 6th July, to deliver the ‘letter of rejection’ by the Senate. The President who stated that He was unavailable directed the Senate Scribe to deliver the letter to His Chief Press Secretary. The ‘Letter of Rejection‘ was duly submitted same day.
The S.U.G Senate awaits a reviewed list for consideration before its next sitting. The Executive council and nominees are to abide by the Senate directives as contravening would be seen as flouting the constitution and punishable by Law.
The Senate wishes to extend its best wishes and reassure the Student community of its willingness to serve and ensure that it discharges its functions with Equity, Justice, Good conscience, and reverence to the Student Union Constitution without fear and favor.
The controversy that generated over the SUG president purchasing a 14 seated Toyota Hiace bus without the knowledge of other executives and the permission of the Parliament has led to students forming a group to mount pressure on the Parliament Speaker to convene a session. The Parliament Speaker finally convened a session on Monday, June 3rd. Deliberations in Parliamentary session saw to the suspension of the President and Financial Secretary over Procedural error and Constitutional Aberration.
The leadership of the Student Union Government, led by Comr. Afufu Anthony has seen to the installation of brand new television sets in all halls of residence and also satellite television (DSTV ) Decoders and subscription.
The residents of Hall 4, Malabor, one of the hostel that for some time has been ignored and poorly maintained and leading to its long-standing dilapidated state has finally come alive, after the intervention of the Vice-Chancellor who saw to the full renovation and repainting of the hostel block.
The road to the final elections into the University of Benin Student Union Government was Long and Tedious. All lot of heat was generated in the process, candidates seeking election campaigned massively employing social media in this years election. The election process which came up quickly to the surprise of many finally came to a successful end as students from various faculties assembled to elect their choose candidates at polling units.
KampusAreaBlog Team provided Minute to minute report of the election process at various polling units.
The Students’ Affairs division, Ugbowo campus, finally gave the final results presented by the Dean of Student Affairs, Prof. Osadolor announced the popular Comrade Osemu as the president of the SUG. See full list below
FINAL RESULTS AS DECLARED BY THE DEAN OF STUDENTS.
(OGBIDI OSEMUMUDIAMEN ELVIS)
(FRANCES OKOGWU IFEOMA)
Assistant Secretary General
(IRENEN RAPHAEL EFE)
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
DIRECTOR OF SOCIALS
(ARIGBE U. JOSHUA)
DIRECTOR OF SPORTS
(GLORIOUS .O. Charles)
Congratulations to the 2017 SUG Executives From The KampusAreaBlog Team.
The Article was written any Tosin Isreal of UnibenHotPlate.
I have been trying to research about the person that introduced the night class tradition, buh the research has been futile.
Well the person has really helped lot’s of people as well as frustrated others. Ever since its inception, people have adultrated it to fit their lifestyle, from making friends to stealing and so on.
So today, I’ll be sharing with you, 10 types of people to expect when you go for night class.
1. The thieves;
Yes, Istarted with these people, because you really need to look out for them, they really didn’t come to read, they are there just to move things.
They seize opportunities like interuption of power supply or negligence (maybe a reader falls asleep) to perform wonders. Beware of them.
2. The destiny changers:
Funny as it may sound, they exist, and these set have more of the girls, their job is to confuse you that jejely came to read, they don’t only spray perf or make up, but they go to the extent of opening their cleavages and wearing short skirts that the cool guy beside them will sit confused for the rest of the night.
Please if you come across these people, i advise you change seats. And to those in this category, receive sense.
3. The fashionistas ;
They really didn’t come to confuse you, their main aim is just to show off their wardrobe.
I magine a guy wearing shades, fez cap, vintage clothings and chains or a girl wearing a fresh make up or Christmas cloths to night class??
4. The posers/fakers:
I like these people, they are the best.
Imagine someone coming to night class with about two big textbooks, 5 photocopied materials, and 8 notebooks, haba! For one night?
And the funny thing about them is that, 20min into reading, they’ll tap you and say bro please wake me up in 1hr time, don’t just bother waking them up ‘cos when you do, they will continue postponing it to the nexy hour.
I pity them cos when they get to the hostel in the morning, their roomies start shouting JACKOOOO! not knowing they slept through out.
5. The confused;
This amazing set of people will be reading one page of a material for more than 2hrs, then go to the next page and return to the previous page, and you’ll always see them murmuring..
I still think its either they just broke up, are hungry or have village problems.
6. The teachers/scholars:
There are mostly boys in this category, you’ll see them come with someone to teach (mostly the opposite sex) and be teaching what they dont even know, with hopes of making the baes fall for them (some are genuine tho).
Have you noticed that the people they teach end up scoring higher than them?
7. The socializers :
The guys also come first in this set of people, all they came to do in night class is to make friends and catch up with other friends, they know virtually everyone in agric and basement, you see them hailing anyone that just enters LT1, jacko, baddo, baby and so on.
They only come with jotters, to collect numbers.
8. The preachers;
Oh you thought i would forget them? They are supposed to top the list sef, everyone knows their official statement,
“Please spare me five minutes of your time“
Research has it that the least time they spend is 30mins. And the painful part it that up to five of them come up in one night, do the maths.
9. The serious ones :
Now these are the set of people night class was really meant for, they come, greet some friends, read and if need be go out and buy something and continue reading..
P.s, I’m in this category ooo.
10. The nocturnal lovers:
This list won’t the complete without these people. They are the romeo and Juliets, they just come to night class to hook up and cuddle up.
All they do is meet at hall2 car park, goto agric, discuss for a while then to orchard or law (to cuddle) and then to june 12 to flex.. The funny thing is most of them haven’t ever met during the day.
The OAU STUDENT UNION GOVERNMENT has organised a 6-Day event in honour of popular Student activist and former Secretary General of the student union who was killed by cultist alleged to be black axe members sponsored by the then Vice-Chancellor, on June 10, 1999.
A professor in Tennessee has a solution for a student who missed class after she couldn’t find someone to babysit her 3-year-old girl: Just bring the child to class.
The Knoxville News Sentinel reports Professor Sally Hunter at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville emailed Morgan King that she would be “absolutely delighted” to hold King’s daughter, Korbin, while teaching class.
“I’m very serious with this offer— just bring Korbyn with you!” the professor wrote, excusing the student for missing a class.
King later posted on Twitter that she cried with gratitude. And her professor’s email wound up being shared widely on social media, even by Chancellor Beverly Davenport.
Wrote Davenport: “Morgan, thanks for showing us challenges college students face. Prof Hunter, thanks for being part of the solution.”
Federal University of Technology (FUT) Minna, has donated 148 titles with 458 volumes of books to the University of Jos which library was gutted by fire late last year.
Vice Chancellor of FUT, Prof Musbau Akanji, said the books were donated because the colossal loss of books and equipment in UniJos was a national calamity.
“A library is a centre of civilisation of all cultures because it is a custodian of knowledge. When a library is burnt, it is like a culture is destroyed. It is not easy to re-build a lost library,” the VC noted.
Responding, the Vice Chancellor of UniJos, Prof. Seddi Sebastian Maimako, applauded FUT Minna for coming to the aid of the institution, adding that the university was encouraged by the kind gesture.
Prof. Maimako, who was represented by the University Librarian, Dr. Stephen Akintunde, assured FUT Minna that the books would be properly channeled and classified for the use of the students.
Prof. Maimako further revealed that the university library was host to six faculties, stating that the institution lost over 60 per cent of its books and equipment to the fire.
He disclosed that the Federal Government, through the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), approved N729 million for the renovation of the library and that construction work would soon commence after the bidding process.
If Nigerian campuses continue like this, we fit now dey yarn about United Nigeria… Gbosa for FUT Minna jare
Do you know that there are some words we use incorrectly and we don’t even know about it until today? Some of these words, you have used it incorrectly all your life that if you read about it now on this post, you would become embarrassed. These particular words actually mean the opposite of what we thought they mean to us, but they sound like they are not.
As part of efforts to mark this year’s Rivers State University SUG week, a line up of events was rolled out with the Jean Carnival on Monday, Youth summit on Wednesday, Old school on Thursday, Rag day on Friday, Cultural day on Saturday, Thanksgiving on Sunday.