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University Of Ibadan Students Cook Outside School Gate Following School Closure

A student sent these photos in and wrote;
Since the school management told us to vacate the halls of residence for staging a very peaceful protest against the rustication of a student (Mote) because he participated in a peaceful protest in one of the halls (independence hall) and poor state of electric and water supply, UITES<

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Sexual Violence!! How 6 Boys Raped SSS1 Student In Kaduna

Linda, 17, an SSS 1 (Senior Secondary School class 1) student who is still struggling to walk, was with her cousin, Rahila when the boys appeared.

Her cousin escaped but Linda was unlucky as she was dragged by the six men to a river bank. The men raped her turn by turn before the cousin could raise the alarm.

Two boys were captured at the scene of the incident by the parents of the victim, when Rahila, the lady who escaped reported the matter to the community. Others were arrested by a vigilante

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40 Easter Bible Verses And Resurrection Quotes

Easter Bible Verses on the Resurrection

1. “The Christ will suffer and rise from the dead on the

third day, and repentance and forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name.” (Luke 24:46-47)

2. “He was delivered up for our trespasses and raised for our justification.” (Rom

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Man Commits Suicide After Failing Jamb Fot The 6th Time

By Source, this Man was seen abandoned in the wake of checking his Jamb Score.

It was obviously demonstrated that his result can’t make it to any College or POLYTECHNIC.

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Students Burn Down Private Polytechnic Over Course Scam

Some students of the Southern Nigeria Institute of Innovate Technology, Ifewara in Osun State on Monday set the private institution ablaze because some courses offered by the school were allegedly not accredited.

Our correspondent gathered that some of the students had turn violent on Sunday evening, vandalising the school’s property, when they learnt that their courses were not accredited by the National Board for Technical Education.

Buildings in the school and vehicles were torched by the irate students.

Some of the students who spoke to our correspondent on the telephone said their colleagues whose courses were not accredited started the crisis.

One of them said, “We had our matriculation on Friday and some students said they were told that their courses had not been accredited. This led to a serious protest and they destroyed so many things before they set the school on fire.

“They chased us, female students, away and stole our laptops,

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Deji Akinwande To Receive Presidential Award In The U.S

Prof. Deji Akinwande has been selected to receive ( a 2016 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) by President Obama, the United States government’s highest honor for scientists and engineers in the early stages of research. Prof. Akinwande is an associate professor

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FG Sacks 13 University Vice-Chancellors

The Federal Gov

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NABTEB Introduces Computer-Based Tests

NABTEB Introduces Computer-Based Tests

As part of measures to check examination malpractice, the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) has introduced the Computer Based Test (CBT) for its exams.
Disclosing this to newsmen in Benin City yesterday while announcing the release of the results of the November/December 2015 NABTEB examinations. The Registrar/Chief Executive of NABTEB, Dr. Olatunde Aworonti said CBT would made candidates work independently.
The examinations were for the National Business

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Secondary School Student Raped Severally In Kirikiri Prison

A teenager has revealed how he was raped several times while in Kirikiri Prison. The teenager, Bashua (surname withheld), said that the incident happened in 2014, when he was just 16-year-old. He said that the policemen doctored his age, to ensure they arraigned and sent him to prison.

Bashua had recently regained his freedom, through the intervention of the Stephen and Solomon Foundation, a Non-Governmental Organisation (WHO). The foundation is led by Mr. Giwa Amu, a Lagos-based human rights lawyer.

Bashua, a secondary school student, said he was returning home from a coaching class when he was arrested by a team of policemen. According to him, he was later charged to court for an offence he did not commit. He said: “I was remanded at the Kirikiri Prison and experienced bein

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FUTMinna Orders 100-Level Students To Withdraw

The Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger State, has asked over 460 students admitted for the just-concluded academic session to withdraw from the institution.
Tribune Online gathered that letters of withdrawal were served on the affected students by the school management last Friday.
Further checks revealed that all the affected students were in 100 level who could not meet the requirement set for students to move to the next level in the pursuit

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