TOP AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIPS TO SCHOOL ABROAD IN NIGERIA

Opportunities they say comes but once.

Here are fresh scholarships mainly for New/Fresh University Students. If you are already in school and planning to start a new course abroad, you can also apply. It’s totally free to apply. See below; Continue reading TOP AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIPS TO SCHOOL ABROAD IN NIGERIA

See the MOST SOUGHT AFTER NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS ACCORDING TO JAMB, THE 1ST 3 WOULD SURPRISE YOU

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The University of Ilorin had the highest number of admission applications for any university in Nigeria between 2012 and 2016, admission statistics from the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board show. Continue reading See the MOST SOUGHT AFTER NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS ACCORDING TO JAMB, THE 1ST 3 WOULD SURPRISE YOU

RSU CULTURAL DAY TURNS SOUR, AS CSO STOPS EVENT

The minds of a majority RSU Students were spoilt when in the mid of the cultural celebrations, the school’s Chief Security Officer, intervened when some ‘ethnicals’ began fighting for speculated unequal disbursement of dues. Continue reading RSU CULTURAL DAY TURNS SOUR, AS CSO STOPS EVENT

RSU SUG STUDENT WEEK: OLD SCHOOL DAY (PICTURES INCLUDED)

Students come out to do it the Old Fashion Way…

By  Kurotams Hanson and Soky Williams Leslie

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.

It was lit…

Continue reading RSU SUG STUDENT WEEK: OLD SCHOOL DAY (PICTURES INCLUDED)

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN VC EXPLAINS REASON FOR CLOSURE OF SCHOOL

 

The Vice Chancellor UI, Prof. A. I. Olayinka

“WHY WE CLOSED DOWN UI”, Prof. A. I. Olayinka , UI VC.

– By Sunday Saanu (Media Assistant to the Vice-chancellor, University of Ibadan)

University of Ibadan Vice Chancellor , Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka has provided more insight into the circumstances leading to the closure of the institution against Continue reading UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN VC EXPLAINS REASON FOR CLOSURE OF SCHOOL

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN STUDENTS’ UNION REACTS TO CLOSURE OF SCHOOL THROUGH PRESS RELEASE

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT OF THE STUDENTS’ UNION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND THE STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN DELIVERED ON THURSDAY, 1ST OF JUNE, 2017 BY THE STUDENTS’ UNION PRESIDENT, OJO ADEREMI Continue reading UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN STUDENTS’ UNION REACTS TO CLOSURE OF SCHOOL THROUGH PRESS RELEASE

GREAT IFE STUDENTS’ UNION CONDEMNS COLORED WATER IN THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY

 

Concerning the recent challenge of pipe borne water supply facing the OAU students the Students’ Union Government have moved to make a statement on the issue reassuring students that all shall be well in due time, the press release is as follows: Continue reading GREAT IFE STUDENTS’ UNION CONDEMNS COLORED WATER IN THE SCHOOL COMMUNITY

PRESS RELEASE FROM OFFICE OF PRESIDENT OVER SHOOTING OF STUDENTS BY POLICE OFFICERS

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PRESS RELEASE BY THE UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR STUDENTS’ UNION GOVERNMENT

31TH May, 2017

We had intentionally delayed this press release to allow us time to engage with relevant stakeholders before saying anything about the 3 students that were shot during a hijacked protest at Murtala Mohammed Highway on 27th May. Continue reading PRESS RELEASE FROM OFFICE OF PRESIDENT OVER SHOOTING OF STUDENTS BY POLICE OFFICERS

RSU AWARDS 2017 POLL

The Rivers State University SUG through the Office of the Director of Socials  present the First ever RSU AWARDS there are 20 categories. As part of SUG Student week celebration.

RECOGNISING EXCELLENCE AND CREATIVITY.

Enjoy your voting experience, Powered by the Kampusareablog Team.

 

 

 

RIVERS @ 50; A Student’s Perspective. A Must Read!!

                    RIVERS GOLDEN JUBILEE

 by

                                 Umoh Abraham

              OVERVIEW OF RIVERS STATE

Rivers state is located in the South-South geo-political zone of Nigeria. Rivers State, the treasure Base of the country was created on May 27, 1967 by the General Yakubu Gowon’s administration. Continue reading RIVERS @ 50; A Student’s Perspective. A Must Read!!

UI SHUT AS STUDENTS PROTEST AGAINST MANAGEMENTS INABILITY TO PROVIDE I.D CARDS AND BAN ON ELECTRICAL COOKING APPLIANCES

By DANIEL FAITHFUL M.

The Management of the University of Ibadan resorted to shutting the institution down to prevent a breakout of violence and destruction as students conducted themselves for a peaceful protest yesterday, May 27th, 2017. Continue reading UI SHUT AS STUDENTS PROTEST AGAINST MANAGEMENTS INABILITY TO PROVIDE I.D CARDS AND BAN ON ELECTRICAL COOKING APPLIANCES

CROSS RIVER AT 50: THE SAD TALE OF THE STUDENTS, 13MILLION AND THE COMMISIONER. (Detailed Eye Witness Report)

3 STUDENTS; 2 UNICAL AND 1 CRUTECH STUDENT SHOT.

13 MILLION NAIRA PROMISED TO STUDENTS.

1 MILLION NAIRA PROVIDED FOR STUDENTS TO SHARE.

BY DANIEL FAITHFUL M.

Even though the details of  27th May; that for some would remain a ‘Black Saturday‘ is cumbersome, I would like to present the details chronologically: Continue reading CROSS RIVER AT 50: THE SAD TALE OF THE STUDENTS, 13MILLION AND THE COMMISIONER. (Detailed Eye Witness Report)

LAGOS AT 50: LAGOS TURNS UP IN STYLE

LAGOS CELEBRATES ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY IN GRAND STYLE

By Orhungul ‘OD’ Usha

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Lagos State Flag

The history of Nigeria and its beautiful people is littered with historical events with some glorious, noteworthy, and joyful while some others, tragic. The year 1967 would be forever etched as one of the darkest years in Nigerian history in the hearts of Nigerians as the massacres that would go on to birth the Nigerian civil war took place. 50 years later and Nigerians are celebrating the date, not because of its tragedies however but because the country’s most enterprising state, Lagos state was created.

Continue reading LAGOS AT 50: LAGOS TURNS UP IN STYLE

OOU Excursion Disaster: Tears Flow As OOU NASS President Is Finally Buried

Excursion Disaster: Tears Flow As OOU NASS President Is Finally Buried

By Aina Tolulope

The late President of National Association of science Students (NASS) OOU Ago – Iwoye Chapter, Comrade Adefuwa Christopher has been laid to rest on Sunday, May 28 2017 at his home town in Ijebu Isiwo.
Continue reading OOU Excursion Disaster: Tears Flow As OOU NASS President Is Finally Buried

NASS ACCIDENT: ADMITTED INJURED STUDENTS DISCHARGED FROM THE MINI CAMPUS HEALTH CENTRE

NASS ACCIDENT: ADMITTED INJURED STUDENTS DISCHARGED FROM THE MINI CAMPUS HEALTH CENTRE

By Olawale Smart

The injured victims of the the OOU National Association of Science Students(NASS) who were involved in the After-Excursion accident in Ondo state, and said to be earlier admitted at the Mini-Campus health center have all been discharged. Continue reading NASS ACCIDENT: ADMITTED INJURED STUDENTS DISCHARGED FROM THE MINI CAMPUS HEALTH CENTRE

Ondo Accident Disaster: Tragedy Strikes As OOU NASS President Is Confirmed Dead

Ondo Accident Disaster: Tragedy Strikes As OOU NASS President Is Confirmed Dead

By Aina Tolulope

OOU Press Club has confirmed the death of the Adefuwa Christopher, the President of National Association of Science Students (NASS), OOU Ago- Iwoye Chapter. This follows after about 61 students from the faculty of science were involved in an accident while returning from an excursion trip in Ondo state. Continue reading Ondo Accident Disaster: Tragedy Strikes As OOU NASS President Is Confirmed Dead

STUDENTS OF OOU INVOLVED IN AUTOMOBILE CRASH

OOU Science Students Involved In An Accident While Returning From Excursion

By Aina Tolulope

Some Students of National association of Science students, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye have been involved in an accident while returning from an excursion trip to Idanre Hills and Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) in Ondo State. Continue reading STUDENTS OF OOU INVOLVED IN AUTOMOBILE CRASH

LAUTECH CLOSURE: OSUN STATE GOVERNOR SAYS IS FINANCIALLY INCAPABLE TO RUN THE UNIVERSITY

OSUN STATE GOVERNOR, RAUF AREGBESOLA SAYS THAT THE STATE IS ‘FINANCIALLY INCAPABLE’ OF RUNNING LAUTECH.

Osun state governor, Rauf Aregbesola has openly lamented about the crisis his government is having with students of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology(LAUTECH). The institution has been shut down for months now due to the government’s inability to release funds.

Gov.Rauf Aregbesola

Students of LAUTECH have been holding several protests with the latest being occurring last Wednesday and Thursday. They stormed the state capital, Osogbo, wielding placards and condemning the government’s attitude towards the problem. The protest totally shut down activities in the state capital as vehicular movements were halted for over eight hours.

In response, Aregbesola denied statements that his government was not concerned with the issue, he revealed that the problem could not be tackled due to poor finances. He told journalists during a media night out in the Government House, which was part of activities to commemorate his 60th birthday, that “this is not a matter of not having interest in LAUTECH. With the economic realities on ground, I cannot continue with the pattern of funding the school because we are financially incapacitated”.

Meanwhile students of LAUTECH have resorted to sleeping on the streets in protest of the indefinite closure of their school

He further stated;

“I am incapable. The funds are not just there. Though I still make contributions and my deputy governor is here to testify that I still sign cheques to make payment every month to LAUTECH. It is small. It is not a matter of interest, but incapacity. The failure of the management to live within its means is another issue”.

“We stop giving financial support to Osun State University (UNIOSUN), an institution with about 12,000 student population about three years ago and the university is still running on its own till today. The population of LAUTECH is about 33,000 and the difference between the tuition fees being paid by LAUTECH and UNIOSUN is not much,”

However, he disclosed that a private audit firm had been commissioned by both Oyo and Osun, co-owners of the University, to carry out a total audit of the institution’s management and finances.

PROF. YEMI OSIBANJO DEMOCRACY DAY SPEECH

DEMOCRACY DAY SPEECH BY HIS EXCELLENCY, PROF. YEMI OSINBAJO, SAN, THE ACTING PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, COMMEMORATING THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY OF THE BUHARI ADMINISTRATION, MAY 29, 2017

Dear Nigerians, I bring you good wishes from President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR, who as we all know is away from the country on medical vacation.

Continue reading PROF. YEMI OSIBANJO DEMOCRACY DAY SPEECH

RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENT WEEK 2017

By DANIEL FAITHFUL

The long awaited biggest campus event is already here. The Rivers State Universitity Student community is all set for this years edition of the Student week. The student week organised by the Director of Socials  Adokiye  Tamunosikima.

The SUG students week is scheduled to begin today, Monday 29th May 2016.

Details of the 2017 Student week Activities:
Monday: Jean/Mask Carnival
Tuesday: Sports Grand Finale
Wednesday: Rivers State Youth Summit
Thursday: Old School Day
Friday: Rag day/ Award/ Pageantry Night
Saturday: Cultural Day
Sunday: Thanksgiving

The Director of Socials who stated that the Student week was an annual tradition He said “The student Union week is an annual ritual as stipulated in the school’s calendar
It is a week set aside for Students to ease them of the tremendous classroom stress
in all it’s a week of fun”. He also added that  this years edition was going to be the best for students to remember in years to come.

JEAN/MASK CARNIVAL

For now all roads leads to Love garden for the commencement of the Jean and mask carnival!

MR and MISS UNICAL 2017 WINNERS OFFER CHARITY TO CHILDREN.

Kindness in words creates confidence,.Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love. – Lao Tzu

By DANIEL FAITHFUL

It was only  but few months ago, when the 2017 Mr and Miss UNICAL came to a close with the crowning of its winners, but for these current Kings and Queens, their one year on the throne is more than wearing crowns.
Continue reading MR and MISS UNICAL 2017 WINNERS OFFER CHARITY TO CHILDREN.

Cross River at 50; overview of the state

 

Brief Overview of Cross River state by

NDIFON HENRY

Cross River is a state in the south- south  geopolitical zone of Nigeria. It’s coordinates are 5°45’N  8°30’E with a land mass 20,156 sq/km.

Continue reading Cross River at 50; overview of the state

NIGERIA RANKED 7TH AMONGST 57 COUNTRIES WITH SHORTAGE OF HEALTH WORKERS

SOURCE: Doctorsquaters

Nigeria is ranked 7th among 57 countries classified as facing a critical shortage of health workers, it was learnt Tuesday.

According to the Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole the country has a shortage of 144,000 health workers. Nigeria is ranked second in Africa behind Ethiopia with 152,000. Continue reading NIGERIA RANKED 7TH AMONGST 57 COUNTRIES WITH SHORTAGE OF HEALTH WORKERS

STAFF OF FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE-EKITI EMBARK ON INDEFINITE STRIKE

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Academic activities were yesterday halted as workers of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) began an indefinite strike.

The workers protested against alleged victimisation, intimidation and non-payment of their hazard allowances. Continue reading STAFF OF FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE-EKITI EMBARK ON INDEFINITE STRIKE

TWO ROBBERS WHO ATTACKED A STUDENT OF FUTMinna, STRIPPED AND TIED.

Two thieves Have Been apprehended after inflicting deep cut on a student with cutlass in GK campus, FUTMINNA.

They were intercepted by neighbours who came to rescue the victim and his girlfriend today. The robbers who were said to be four in number attacked a student (name with held) in Entrepreneur and Business Studies Department with a machet leaving cuts on him after stabbing him vigorously. They took his phones and laptop. Continue reading TWO ROBBERS WHO ATTACKED A STUDENT OF FUTMinna, STRIPPED AND TIED.

IMO STATE HAS HIGHEST JAMB APPLICATIONS, GOV. OKOROCHA ATTRIBUTES RECORD TO FREE EDUCATION PROGRAMME.

By Chinonso Alozie

Owerri—Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State, last wednessday, said the state was able to maintain its record as a state with the highest Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, applications due to his free education programme. Continue reading IMO STATE HAS HIGHEST JAMB APPLICATIONS, GOV. OKOROCHA ATTRIBUTES RECORD TO FREE EDUCATION PROGRAMME.

OAU STUDENTS UNION CONGRATULATES PROFESSOR EYITOPE NEW V. C AND ISSUE DEMANDS.

CENTRAL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL,

GREAT IFE STUDENTS’ UNION

A CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE TO PROFESSOR EYITOPE OGUNGBENRO OGUNBODEDE ON HIS APPOINTMENT AS THE VICE CHANCELLOR OF OAU

“We cannot seek achievement for ourselves and forget about progress and prosperity for our community. Our ambitions must be broad enough to include the aspirations and needs of others for their sakes and our own.” – Cesar Chavez

Prof. E. O. Ogunmodede. New V. C

Continue reading OAU STUDENTS UNION CONGRATULATES PROFESSOR EYITOPE NEW V. C AND ISSUE DEMANDS.

Sponsored Post: RSU ENGINEERING STUDENTS WEEK.

National University Engineering StudentS Association, Rivers State University, Presents the Largest Science and Technology Focused event on campus.

By Daniel Faithful Miebaka

The RIVERS STATE UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING WEEK 2017.

THEME: LIFE OF AN ENGINEER: IN AND AFTER SCHOOL. Continue reading Sponsored Post: RSU ENGINEERING STUDENTS WEEK.

LAWYERS ADVISE PARENTS OF SUSPENDED STUDENTS TO SUE COVENANT UNIVERSITY

By Seun Joseph

Lawyers have advised the over 200 students of Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, who were recently suspended for missing an Easter ‘Youth Alive’ programme to sue the institution.

The management of the school had placed the students on compulsory suspension for not taking part in the said retreat. Continue reading LAWYERS ADVISE PARENTS OF SUSPENDED STUDENTS TO SUE COVENANT UNIVERSITY

COVENANT UNIVERSITY SUSPENDS 200 STUDENTS OVER FAILURE TO PARTICPATE IN EASTER RETREAT

Covenant varsity sanctions 200 students for missing Easter programme

Source : Punch
By Bukola Adebayo

Parents and students at the Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, have described as “unjust” the suspension of undergraduates at the institution for not attending its Easter ‘Youth Alive’ programme.

Continue reading COVENANT UNIVERSITY SUSPENDS 200 STUDENTS OVER FAILURE TO PARTICPATE IN EASTER RETREAT

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