Monday, 29 April 2019

NSUK 2018/2019 Matriculation Exercise

2018/2019 Matriculation
The orientation and matriculation of the newly admitted students for the 2018/2019 academic session have been scheduled to take place as follows:
Orientation ceremony: 
Thursday 2nd May, 2019 at the 1000 Seat Auditorium by 9 am prompt.

Friday 3rd May, 2019 at the Convocation Square by 9 am prompt.

The Matriculating Students are to meet their respective Faculty Officers for Instructions on how to collect gowns.

They are also expected to line up outside the Convocation Square according to their Faculties by 9:00am for procession on that day.

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Saturday, 27 April 2019

2019 UTME: JAMB to Release UTME Results On Monday

According to NAN, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board has assured candidates of the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination that results would be ready from April 29.

The Board’s Head of Media and Publicity, Dr Fabian Benjamin, disclosed this in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Bwari.

Benjamin said that screening of the results would soon be over and the result released.

“We are still screening but hopefully, anytime next week, the results will be ready,” he said.

Speaking also on the board’s readiness to screen results of UTME candidates from 2009 to 2018, Benjamin said this would begin after the release of the 2019 results.

He said this was part of the board’s effort to address the issues of malpractice in the system.

The board had stated that it would only release the 2019 UTME results after undergoing thorough screening to identify and apprehend examination cheats.

The process would identify those involved in multiple registrations through biometric capturing and also address group registration by some elite schools, who end up mixing candidate’s data.

The board said: “Normally, results are expected to be out within 24 to 48 hours as obtained in previous examinations held in 2017 and 2018.

“However, the board does not want this to be business as usual.

“Hence the programmed delay, which is part of its deliberate effort to properly scrutinize, identify and address all forms of examination malpractice.

“The board will continue to act decisively with regards to any irregularity discovered even after results are released.

“However, the board has made it a point of duty to screen all activities at all centres via CCTV recordings, to ensure that it does not release results of compromised examinations.”

The board, while regretting all inconvenience caused in the process, reaffirmed its commitment to providing equal opportunity to all candidates in order to articulate their aspirations.

JAMB said that effective from when it would officially release the results, all candidates can simply send RESULT, via SMS, to 55019 using the same number that was used for registration.

The result, it said, would be replied as an SMS shortly after.

This process, the board explained, was simplified to eliminate exploitation by business centres and cyber cafés who often take advantage of candidates.

It also urged candidates to ignore all messages in circulation on how to check the results as they were all products of deceit.

The 2019 UTME was conducted from April 11 to April 18 and over 1.8 million candidates registered for it.

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Friday, 26 April 2019


This is to inform the general public and those interested in applying for the NSUK Part Time Programme that the deadline for the selling of the form is 30th April, 2019.

It is another opportunity for those that didn't made the Full Time Admission to apply for the Part Time Programme to be admitted this very year instead of wasting a one year doing nothing at home.

One thing that will interest you more with the Part Time Programme is that NYSC Scheme is allowed and that's why all Part Timers are instructed to apply for the programme via JAMB apart from the school's application, so as to enable them get JAMB Reg Number for Mobilization for NYSC.

It is remaining four (4) days for the school to close/terminate this year (2018/2019) Application Forms.

for the application and inquiries, kindly meet us at Mass Com Complex, NSUK or reach us through these lines, viz;
08176579594, 08139061247, 08036335647, 08136746566, 09090230804

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Wednesday, 24 April 2019

DG NYSC Confirmed 31,800 Naira New NYSC Allowance

Many corpers are still doubtful about the news of the New increased allowance for NYSC corpers. While some are still arguing whether the new allowance payment will begin by April, some said they will only believe when they see the alert.

The DG have confirmed this adjustment via his official Twitter handle and the official NYSC Twitter handle also confirmed the 31,800 Naira increment and it may begin this month.

It is normal for some ex corpers to feel  jealous and angry at this news of increment of allowance because they left  at the moment when the increment was made. Same thing happened to 2010 batch A corpers in 2011, just when they were about to pass out from the National youth service, NYSC increased allowance from N9800 to N19,800.

This things are paramount, so therefore Corpers who may not stay to enjoy this new allowance should know that better things are ahead for them and for the new corpers who are coming in, enjoy while it last and don't forget to take advantage of the Skill Acquisition Entrepreneurship Program (SAED).

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Saturday, 20 April 2019

JAMB 2019: JAMB Speaks About 2019 UTME Exams, Malpratices/Impersonations and When Should Candidates Expect Results

- We are ready and well organized to start releasing the jamb results of merited candidates.
- We had scrutinized and carefully watched the conduction of this year's exam.
- We have found a lot of impersonating materials.
- O'Level/ND/NCE Results Upload to Start Immediately after the release of UTME Results.

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) said that about 100,000 candidates came inside hall with scientific calculators, while 500,000 candidates came inside hall with mobile phones.

"I am sure that candidates didn't know that CCTV cameras were mounted inside the exam hall where they can't imagine.
As of last year conduction, we mounted the CCTV cameras where someone can easy detect it.
So they now used a smart style in cheating inside exam hall".

"We also discovered that 300,000 did system malpractices thereby inviting external bodies or machineries to write exam for them".

"We detected that when we are checking the candidate's thumbprint and pictures in the system".

"We can boast of 1.2 million candidate's results out of 1.9 million candidates that registered exam this year ( 2019 ). 600,000 candidates scored above 200 , 300,000 candidates scored above 180 and lastly 300,000 candidates scored below 180".

"Those results are already available, we are now maintaining the online result checker portal. In no distant time, candidates will be able to access their results".

Jamb went further to say the condition of those that has fallen victim of the exam.
"As for those that are caught in exam malpractice, we are going to have a brief meeting on that, while those cut with scientific calculators, their exams will be rescheduled or deduction of their scores".

Candidates will be updated when the portal is fixed.
They urge the candidates to print their original Jamb result (coloured) and online result (either coloured or black and white).

"Candidates should not forget to upload their o'level results immediately they access their results".

There are two ways to check and print your results slip.
1. Either you visit directly to online result checker and put your email address or phone number or registeration number to print your results.


2. You visit your 2019 jamb profile  and log in , go to check 2019 utme result and put your registration number and print your results.

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New Minimum Wage: When NYSC Corps Members will start receiving N33,000 as new Alawee {Must Read}

It’s no more news that President Buhari has signed into law the long awaited Minimum Wage Repeal and Re-Enactment Act, 2019 on Thursday, 18th April 2019 to change the salary of workers from N18,000 to N30,000 monthly.

But, the question in the lips of the NYSC Corps Members is, will they also be included in the new minimum wage.

Reacting to the question yesterday, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Senator Ita Enang, said, “It covers all persons covered by the Act.”

On when the Act comes into effect, Enang said: “The effective date is 18th of April, 2019 as Mr. President has assented to it.

“NYSC Corps Members won’t be paid N30,000, but rather, they will be paid N33,000 or more.
If they’re lucky, the new payment will commence immediately this April i.e, the incoming April Alawee.

If not, they’ll still receive the increment in arrears, just like it was done in March 2011 starting with 2010 Batch B, when the alawee was increased from N9,775 to N19,800.

In arrears meaning that, they’ll receive the remaining balance, anytime the Federal Government starts to pay the new alawee, even after they’ve passed out, i.e 33, 000 – 19,800, beginning from April  when President Buhari signed it into law.”

Now remember, that every delay is a blessing!!!

Friday, 19 April 2019

Clearance/Registration for NSUK 2018/19 Supplementary List Candidates is now on (All You Need to Know)

NOTE: All new students can start coming for their data capture, payment of acceptance fee and printing of Admission letter and Clearance form, from Friday 19 April, 2019.

You can reach us via dis numbers 08139061247, 08176579594, 08036335647 09090230804.
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Step One
1. Data Capture.
This is the first step, it involves creating your student's profile on the school site. At this point you will be required to verify your Admission and fill in the necessary details about yourself and your educational background as may be required.
(Pls come with photocopies of all your credentials and your passport photograph)

Meet us at our Cyber Cafe at the Mass Comm ICT Center for all your registration. Just take a bike from the school gate to the Mass Comm Complex , once you are at the front of the Complex call us on 08139061247, 08176579594, 08036335647, 09090230804.

2. Payment for Acceptance Fee.
After Data Capture, we will print out an Applicant summary form and your Payment Invoice for Acceptance fee. As you may already know the acceptance fee is N10,500 and payment can be made via Remita. (Minus Cafe Charges)
After payment of the acceptance fee is made, we will print out your Screening form and Admission Letter.

Note: You can not get access to your Screening form and Admission Letter without first paying the acceptance fee and you can't pay the acceptance fee without doing your data capture.

Meet us at our Cyber Cafe at the Mass Comm ICT for all your registration. Just take a bike from the school gate to the Mass Comm Complex, front of the Complex call us on 08139061247, 08176579594, 08036335647, 09090230804. (Powered by TeamNsukGuide)
3. Result Verification
Proceed to the Academic Office with the screening form and your credentials for certificate verification. Note that here you will be required to buy WAEC/NECO/NABTEB result checking scratch cards, depending on which result you are using and if you are using two results, you will buy two cards.

After that, proceed to your Faculty/Department with the following alongside your Admission Letter and Screening Form:
a. UTME/DE Slip
b. Original Copies of all credentials and Indigene Certificate
c. Ten (10) recent Passport-sized photographs.

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4. Paying School Fees.
Come back to us at the cafe to give you details of the amount you are to pay as school fees from your payment invoice.

Make sure you are properly screened at the Academic Office,  the Administrative Block, Faculty & Department before proceeding to the bank to Pay your School Fees, in that order.
(At your various departments, you will be given a Departmental Handbook that would contain all the courses you are to take for every semester and other relevant information). Hold extra cash because you may be ask to pay for departmental handbooks, faculty journals and some other charges during the screening (This charges varies from dept to dept).

Upon successful payment of your school fees, return to us at the Cyber Cafe to confirm and verify your payment on the school site. After that you are to print the following documents:

1. School Fees Receipt
2. Students Information Form
3. Course Registration Form (Use the departmental Handbook Issued to you to identify courses required for your 1st semester)
4. Exam Card

Note: You can not get access to these documents without first paying the school fees.

NB: Please, make sure you are properly screened before paying school fees as there will be no refund after payment has been made.

For enquiries, please call 08139061247, 08176579594, 08036335647, 09090230804.

In Summary, 1st you do your data capture, then pay your acceptance fee to get ur screening form and Admission Letter, Get screened and Cleared, Pay your school fees and print out all 4 documents and you are ready, it seems like a piece of cake right? But i bet you that would probably be an experience that you will hardly forget. And don't expect to achieve all these in a day, its hardly possible.

Meet us at our Cyber Cafe for all your registration.

Our Cyber Cafe is located at the Mass Comm ICT Centre. You can always reach us through the number provided for all your online registration procedures and continuous guidance. Just take a bike from the school gate to the Mass Comm Complex and call us on 08139061247, 08176579594, 08036335647, .

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Thursday, 18 April 2019

NSUK 2018/19 Supplementary List is OUT (Download HERE)

This is to bring to the notice of prospective students of NSUK and general public that NSUK Supplementary list out.

The list contains names of 1,113 successful candidates who are to report to the school as soon as when the school management release registration date and procedures.

To download the admission list in PDF, kindly click on the below link to check your name.


Wednesday, 17 April 2019

NSUK SUG Meets ICT Director, Seek to end ICT Students Related Issues


 In accordance with his Academic Excellence manifesto and unwearying complains from Student community of Nasarawa State University Keffi about the school ICT, Online results, 15/16 DE results, Tution fee remita and other ICT related Students issues, Nsuk SUG today led by it's President Comr Newman S Maitoro visited the new Nsuk Director of ICT to congratulate him on his appointment and as well call for prompt action and majors in rectifying ICT related issues faced by students of the university.

The ICT Director in his speech Demonstrated his readiness to partner with SUG leadership towards academic excellence of Students in all issues presented by the union before him. 

He however called on the students to remain calm stating that the unit is fully aware of all issues faced by the students I:e Results, Printing of Tution fee invoice, and internet charges and is currently working on rectifying them. He further states that the university has entered an agreement and signed an MOU with ICT experts who are currently redesigning school site and upgrading the centre which he  believes is  in the interest of the students as in few weeks Students will enjoy uninterrupted free internet services on campus.

Comr. Ahemba T. Enoch (Da-Cruz)
Director Media, Students Union Government, Nasarawa State University Keffi


UTME 2019: Children Of Jamb Centre Owner Arrested For Malpractice

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on has arrested two biological children of an accredited Computer Based Test (CBT) centre owner in Lagos, over alleged examination malpractice..
The arrested children were said to have been caught using their mobile telephones to screenshot questions of the ongoing Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
“We were on our normal monitoring when this alarm came in that this centre, there was an examination malpractice that took place.
“I was informed that what they did was to take screen shoots of the examination questions, compile them and forward same to some of these tutorial centres which, in turn, used the questions to defraud prospective candidates.
“Unfortunately they are not aware that we are ahead of them. We have put in place, cutting edge technologies that expose fraudulent practices intended to undermine the integrity of our examination.
“What they did here was to deliberately disconnect the CCTV, thinking that we would not be able to track whatever happened here through our central CCTV in Abuja.
“One thing these fraudsters failed to understand is that we do not repeat questions used as far back as four or five years ago, let alone using them for any of the four sessions we deploy per day.
“These questions have been standardised and so they can never be the same.
“So you see these kinds of things are happening in Lagos. You can then imagine what happens elsewhere.
“We will be glad if these fraudsters are prosecuted even if the centre owners are let off the hook,” he said.
According to the registrar, with this infraction, the centre will seize to continue with the board’s examination with immediate effect.
Oloyede said that all candidates previously scheduled to sit for the examination in the centre would immediately be moved to another one.
“No one will be allowed to write the examination here again, because the centre in the first place, is not conducive for the test,” he added.
He revealed that some desperate parents were in the habit of paying up to 10 persons to sit for the examination for just one child of theirs.
“You will discover that such a candidate who goes to university with his or her picture is not the same as the one who wrote the UTME neither was he or she the one who wrote the WASSCE.
“So what is going to happen is for us to find a way of ensuring more synergy between the assessment bodies and the institutions, in such a way that all sharp practices are nipped into the bud.
“We are also looking at building mega CBT centres for our examinations but this we cannot also achieve alone.
“We have acquired a piece of land in Osun for that purpose, just as we have done in Abia. We are also trying to get one in Imo as we have high concentration of candidates in these states.
“We will also encourage genuine private investors who will now be the body that will accredit its own sub groups, just as we will also bring in the Computer Registration Council of Nigeria,” he added.

Saturday, 13 April 2019

NSUK School of Postgraduate Studies 2018/19 Proposed Re-Adjusted Academic Calendar

The Management of Nasarawa State University, Keffi Released the 2018/19 Academic Calendar for the School of Postgraduate Studies (SPGS).

The memo is written as follows;

SCHOOL OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES (SPGS) Subject 2018/2019 Proposed Re-Adjusted Academic Calendar

1. Resumption of New Students............ 11th Feb, 2019
2. Continuation of Registration.......... 11th Feb, 2019
3. 1st Semester Lectures Begin......... 11th Mar, 2019
4. Registration Ends.......... 22nd Mar, 2019
5. Late Registration Begin....... 25th Mar, 2019
6. Late Registration Ends....... 29th Mar, 2019
7. 1st Semester Lectures End............ 21st June, 2019
8. Revision week.......... 24th June, 2019
9. First semester Exams Begin............. 1st July, 2019
10. First semester Exams Ends............. 19th July, 2019
11. First semester Break Begins........ 20th July, 2019
12. 1st semester Lecture Ends......... 3rd August, 2019

1st semester 18weeks
(2weeks Registration,
12 weeks Lectures,
1 week Revision and
3 weeks Exams)


1. Return of Students for 2nd Semester......... 3rd Aug, 2019
2. 2nd Semester Lecture Begins........ 4th Aug, 2019
3. 2nd Semester Lecture Ends........... 4th Oct, 2019
4. Revision week........ 7th Oct, 2019
5. 2nd Semester Exam Begin.......... 14th Oct, 2019
6. 2nd Semester Exam Ends.......... 1st Nov, 2019.

Second Semester 16weeks
(12 weeks Lectures,
1 week Revision,
3 weeks Exams)

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JAMB 2019: Islamic Organization Blows Hot as Invigilators Stop Hijab-wearing Students

The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has reacted bitterly as some hijab wearing students were reportedly denied entry into the examination hall by invigilators and supervisors in the ongoing Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME.
The Islamic group, in a statement made available to DAILY POST on Friday, said it denounced the action of the invigilators and supervisors at the examination centers involved.

MURIC’s statement was signed by its founder and Director, Professor Ishaq Akintola.
Daughter of a former ace broadcaster, Sulaiman Aledeh, was among several hijab-wearing female students who were denied entry at a JAMB examination center in Lagos yesterday, according to MURIC.

The Islamic organisations said this was revealed in a tweet sent by the ex-broadcaster at exactly 8 am on Thursday, 11th April, 2019 on his twitter handle @aledeh.

The tweet said, ‘My daughter is writing her @JAMBHQ today but she just called me now that she’s been asked to remove her hijab before she’s allowed in at the center at New Ocean School, Megida, Ayobo. Is that the rule please? She’s NOT the only one cos they’re from a MUSLIM school.’
MURIC’s statement added, “We are aware of the refusal of some JAMB invigilators and supervisors to allow female Muslim candidates who wore hijab to the centers to sit for the examinations.

“This action is despicable, repugnant and barbaric. It is also illegal, unlawful, illegitimate and unconstitutional. When will Muslim-haters grow up? When will they become democracy-compliant? When will they respect the rule of law?

“The law says hijab is constitutional (Section 38 (i) and (ii)) but they will rather follow their whims and caprices. The Muslims of the South West are being taken for granted.
“Our love for peaceful coexistence and our reluctance to take the law into our hands is being mistaken for cowardice. But we will like to warn that there is a limit to patience.

“We remind Muslim haters in the South West that there are no more ‘stupid monkeys’ in Idanre. The only remaining monkeys over there are smarter than homo sapiens. Everyday may be for the oppressors and Muslim-haters but certainly there will be one day for the oppressed Muslims.

“This profiling of Muslims particularly through the denial of hijab rights has been on for a long time. The Muslim victims cry out daily. Many cases of hijab denial are in the courts.
“Yet the various state governments pretend as if nothing is happening. Worse still, the Federal Government has ‘decided not to interfere’. The message is very clear. The authorities are telling us that the fate of Muslims is in the hands of Muslims.

“MURIC therefore calls on Muslims in the South West to prepare for a long, intellectual and nonviolent struggle. Female Muslim students are hereby instructed to carry recording gadgets on their persons. We want all provocations, victimisations and acts of stigmatization to be secretly recorded wherever they occur because it will be impossible to get a conviction if there is no concrete evidence.

“We charge Islamic organisations, particularly the Muslim lawyers Association (MULAN), the Muslim Teachers Association (MUTAN), the National Council of Muslim Youth Organisation (NACOMYO), the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN), The Muslim Congress (TMC) to re-engineer their mobilization strategies towards deflating this rising persecution ego among Muslim-haters in the sub-region. It is high time some fanatical Muslim-haters are made to face the full wrath of the law.”

The human rights organization also alleged that a male invigilator touched the female candidates in an improper manner at the same center under the guise of carrying out searches on candidates.

“We strongly object to the way a male invigilator touched all parts of the female candidates at the center under the guise of conducting searches. It is highly unprofessional, immoral, improper and paedophilic. Men should search male candidates while women officials search female candidates. That is the global best practice.

“We aver that improper touching has occurred in this circumstance and somebody must be held accountable for it. Most of the female candidates are underaged and their parents have entrusted them into the hands of JAMB as a social contract. It is child abuse. JAMB authorities have a duty to ask questions and get appropriate answers from the center.

“Those behind this victimization hide under official assignments to perpetrate their evil acts. Unfortunately, all the government institutions which they represent declare their actions illegal. For instance, all the examination bodies have declared that hijab is allowed in examination halls. But no ad hoc or permanent staff has been punished to date for stigmatizing female Muslim students.

“Are these authorities and examination bodies waiting for the time when Muslim youths will mobilise themselves, lay in ambush and take officials who victimize female Muslims to police stations? Who shall we blame at that point? Are the Muslims in the sub-region being pushed to the wall deliberately because some people want to flex muscles or score a religious or political point?

“Although some of the JAMB candidates were later allowed to enter after being made to stay outside for a long time, we still consider this measure as unfair, uncharitable and very provocative. Muslim candidates were delayed outside the examination hall while their Christian counterparts continued writing in an examination in which all the candidates will stop at the same time.

“Is this fair? Is it just? Is it equitable? It will be difficult for female Muslim candidates who were intimidated outside the hall to gain their emotional balance immediately. It is also expected that candidates who were delayed outside while their colleagues had already started writing the examination have been disadvantaged. This is one of the methods being used by Christian officials to favour Christian candidates at the expense of their Muslim counterparts.

“It is also important to note that those who persecute female Muslim candidates in hijab have never attempted the same in any part of the North. Perhaps they know the expected consequence.
“We are placing it on record for the day when records will become priceless. More importantly, we are calling the attention of the whole world to the persecution being meted out to Muslims in South West Nigeria. Our detractors are adept at spreading false propaganda.

“Although they are the perpetrators of injustice, they are always the first to rush to the United Kingdom, the United States, the United Nations, etc. Also, they always find a way to sway media sentiment to their side. But we find solace in the knowledge that truth is constant and it will always overwhelm falsehood no matter how long.

“MURIC calls on the JAMB authorities to carry out full investigation into the victimization of female Muslim candidates at New Ocean School, Megida, Ayobo. The circumstances surrounding the improper, immoral and paedophilic searches by a male on underaged girls must also be investigated.

“Before we draw the curtain, we affirm that in view of the incessant violation of extant rules by staff andad hoc workers and the continuous criminal molestation of female Muslim candidates, JAMB and other national examination bodies like the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) owe it a duty to issue memoranda and publish advertorials containing permission to female Muslim candidates to use hijab and a clear warning to invigilators and supervisors who disallow it.

“Only thus can the examination bodies assure Nigerians that they are not collaborators in the age-long persecution of Muslims in the South West.”


BREAKING: Visitor Confirms Prof. Suleiman As Substantive Vice Chancellor

BREAKING: Visitor Confirms Prof. Suleiman  As Substantive Vice Chancellor

The Visitor to Nasarawa State University, Keffi, His Excellency Umaru Tanko Al-Makura has Confirmed Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed as the substantive Vice Chancellor of the University, effective 3rd April, 2019.

Prof. Suleiman before his appointment, was the Acting Vice Chancellor of the Institution since October 8, 2018.

His appointment followed the recommendation from the Governing Council of the University.

Nigeria Police Academy Admission 2019/2020 for 7th Regular Course – NPF.

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Nigeria Police Academy Admission Form 2019… Nigeria Police Academy, NPA admission application form for the 7th regular course is now on sale for the 2019/2020 academic session. Admission into the Academy is open to both male and female Nigerians of good character. See more details below;
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Nigeria Police Academy Admission Form 2019
Nigeria Police Academy (NPA), Wudil, Kano is inviting suitably qualified Nigerian citizens for admission into it 7th Regular Course degree programmes for the 2019/2020 academic session.

Candidates admitted into the Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil degree course will undergo a combined academic and Police training for a minimum period of Five (5) Years leading to Bachelor’s degrees and commission into the Nigeria Police Force as Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP).


a. Candidates seeking admission into the Academy must be Nigerian citizens and must be between 17 and 22 years of age, and must have a height of not less than 1.67 Metres (5 Feet 6 Inches) if male, and 1.62 Metres (5 Feet 4 Inches) if female. In addition, male candidates must have an expanded chest size of not less than 91cm (36 Inches). All candidates must be free from any physical deformity or mental disability.

b. Candidates must have obtained a minimum of SIX (6) credits at the Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) conducted by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), the National Examinations Council (NECO) or the National Business and Technical Examinations Board (NABTEB) at not more than 2 sittings and including a credit pass in English Language and Mathematics as well as subjects relevant to the candidate’s chosen course of study in the Academy.

c.  Candidates must also obtain satisfactory scores in both the written examination and the interview and must pass physical and psychological tests of fitness.


Available Programmes.


Courses leading to Bachelor’s degrees in the following disciplines are available in the Academy:


Nigerian Languages & Linguistics
History & International Studies


Management Sciences
Political Science

Biological Sciences
Computer Science
Forensic Science
Method of Application.

The Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil Selection Examination, may be Computer Based Test (CBT) or Pencil and Paper. The examination shall comprise of a General Paper (Section A) which is compulsory for all candidates. It will cover areas such as general knowledge and current affairs, English Language and Mathematics.
Other sections are to be selected according to candidate’s Faculty of choice. Only candidates who meet the Academy’s cut-off mark of 180 in UTME and above will be eligible to sit for the Nigeria Police Academy Selection Examination at the 19 designated Centres.

The list of Centres is in the Academy Website.  Eligible candidates are to bring along to the examination venue their Acknowledgement Form, Examination Card, current JAMB Result Slip and two Postcard size photographs (3.5×5 Inches) which should show only from the chest upwards.  At the back of each of the two Postcard size photographs, the candidates must write their name, State of origin, Examination Centre and signature.
How to Apply.

Interested Applicants are advised to go to the Nigeria Police Academy’s Website: in order to obtain or generate Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) Code.

The RRR code obtained can be used to make payment of N3,000.00 through any commercial Bank Branch in Nigeria. Applicants must, in addition, apply through the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board [JAMB] as well as sit for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).

Candidates need not select the Nigeria Police Academy, Wudil as a University of choice in the JAMB form.  However, only candidates who obtained the minimum UTME scores of 180 which is the Academy’s Cut-off mark in JAMB and purchased the Academy online Application Form will be eligible to sit for the Nigeria Police Academy Selection Examination.

Submission of Applications.

Applications are to be submitted online. On submission of the applications, candidates are required to download Acknowledgement Form. Only candidates who meet the cut-off mark will be enabled to download and print their examination cards.

Application Deadline: 24th June, 2019

Note: Only candidates who are successful in the Selection Examination will be invited for the Nigeria Police Academy Selection Board screening and interview. The list of successful candidates will be published on our website and in some national newspapers.


Friday, 12 April 2019

Candidates protest as WAEC omits their names in ongoing exams

Awka—TWENTY- nine students of  God’s Own Secondary School, Umuchu in Aguata local government area of Anambra State, who registered for the ongoing West African School Certificate Examinations, WASCE, have protested the alleged omission of their names for the examination by the West African Examinations Council, WAEC.

Waec Result 2017. 

Chairman of Board of Governors of the school, Mr. E.C. Eze and the Parents Teachers Association, PTA, chairman, Nze Umeanozie, in a statement made available to reporters in Awka yesterday, expressed shock that WAEC collected money from the students and failed to include them among those sitting for the examination.

According to them, the students have already missed some papers. They  wondered what would be their fate after meeting all the payment requirements by WAEC.

Their statement read: “The WAEC-organised May/June 2019 Senior Secondary School Examinations started nationwide on April 8 and many students were denied entrance into the exam halls after WAEC had collected high exam fees from them.

“For instance, 53 students of God’s Own School Umuchu, Anambra State paid N739,350 to WAEC vide Receipt No 265698 & 2656789 and FBN Ekwulobia Bank Draft Nos 90795523 & 19720179 of 11/2/2019.

“WAEC issued the school, a revenue receipt voucher for the 53 candidates. However, on 1st March 2019, the cyber café engaged to upload the student’s record to WAEC server uploaded only 24 students before it experienced network problem and closed 12am March 1, 2019, thereby leaving 29 students not uploaded.”

“The Principal of the school, Mr. C.P.Anyikwa had been to the WAEC offices in Awka and Lagos four times, pleading with the examination’s authorities to open their server and upload the 29 students for the exam, but they refused.

“The Deputy Registrar of WAEC Mr. Olajide Adebayo told the Principal that his boss, Mr. Olu I. Adenipekun, who is the head of WAEC national office was said to have travelled abroad.”


Tertiary Institutions Threaten Indefinite Strike over Unaddressed Demands

The Joint Union of Plateau State-owned Tertiary Institutions (JUPTI), has issued a 48-hour ultimatum, threatening to embark on an indefinite strike action if the state government failed to address its various demands, which the union had put before it.
The union maintained that government had over time given deaf ears to its demands; hence, wants to compel it to embark on an indefinite strike action.
The union’s position was made in a notice of strike signed by its Chairman Paul Dakogol and Secretary, Solomon Ayum; and was addressed to the State’s Head of Service, Izang Azi.
The letter dated April 10, entitled “Notice of Resumption of Indefinite Strike” was issued to journalists on Thursday in Jos the State capital on Thursday.
It would be recalled that in a letter dated January 28, 2019, and addressed to the Head of Service, the union had asked the government to address among other pertinent issues; the paucity of teaching and non teaching staff at the various institutions, non release of subvention to the institutions, 24-months pension arrears for retired staff owed by government, payment of peculiarity allowances, exemption of the institutions from the Treasury Single Account (TSA) and the non-payment of two months outstanding salaries owed staff in 2011.
The union in the notice also expressed worry over the recent withholding of the part of salaries of staff for the months of February and March, by the office of the Accountant General of the state without tangible reason.
“Arising from our meeting held April 10, JUPTI observed with concern the inability of government to address issues raised in our letter dated January 28 and even emerging ones.
“Consequently, we hereby issue a 48-hour ultimatum to the government to address all the outstanding issues we have put before it.
“Failure to meet up with these demands, the union will be left with no option than resume our earlier suspended strike at the expiration of this ultimatum,” the union warned.
It would be recalled that the Union had in September 2018, embarked on an indefinite strike over same issues raised, but later suspended it after much plea by government who promised to address all the demands; but till date has failed to do so.

We are committed in resolving all challenges – JAMB

Mr Sola Kuye, the Coordinator of the JAMB Zonal Office in Ibadan, has given an assurance that all registered candidates would write the 2019 University Tertiary Matriculation Examination in spite of some challenges currently being experienced.

Kuye gave the assurance in an interview with newsmen in Ibadan on Friday while assessing the conduct of the examination in Oyo State.

According to him, JAMB is working tirelessly to resolve the challenges arising from the conduct of the examination in some centres.

“It’s been so far so good. We thank God that with little issues here and there, we are on top of the game as we are resolving the issues.

“It is going fine today, being the second day of the examination.”Generally, we have been having the challenges of power; generators having issues in at least two centres now.

“However, they have been trying to overcome it using alternative or backup power.

“Where we couldn’t, the candidates were moved to a spare centre, which is a standby centre to write their exam,” Kuye said.

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He, however, noted that there was no issue with the internet, but only an intermittent system breakdown.

“But we have technicians who are attending to such issues, so there is no problem.o

“I want to encourage the affected candidates and their parents to keep calm, we will see to it that they write the examination.

“There would be no problem at the end of the day,” he said.

Meanwhile, a parent, Mrs Funmi Opeolu, while lamenting the hitches faced by some candidates, urged JAMB to find lasting solution to the issue of power.

“We want JAMB to do all it can to solve this power challenge; it is saddening that we are still experiencing this kind of hitch.

” Most of us, as parents, left our jobs to see to it that our wards write their exam, but we have been standing since to no avail.

“We have moved from one centre to the other, seeking a way out,” Opeolu said.

While two candidates, Miss Rukayat Olaleye and Master Kayode Ekundayo, told NAN that the examination, was hitch free, another candidate, Miss Zainab Adeagbo, complained of power outage in her centre.

NAN reports that with 31 CBT centres and over 90,000 registered candidates in Oyo State, the centres having issues are God is Able CBT Centre, Iyana Church and Excellers College ICT Centre, Olodo.

In addition to the troubled centres is a section of the Distance Learning Centre of University of Ibadan.


Thursday, 11 April 2019

Poisoning of OAU dam, act of genocide—Management

The management of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, has described the poisoning of its dam by suspected hoodlums as an act of genocide against members of the institution.
Recalls that some aggrieved indigenes of Ile-Ife, who claimed ownership of some portions of the university land,  had on April 3 invaded the university and allegedly poisoned the institution’s dam with a chemical.
Mr Abiodun Olanrewaju, the university’s Public Relation Officer, who conducted journalists round the disputed land and the dam within the school’s  premises,  on Wednesday said the poisoning of the dam was genocidal.
Olanrewaju said the chemical used in poisoning the dam, which was the only source of water for the university, killed all the aquatic animals in it.
He, however, said that the dam had been treated and was now safe to drink.
“The act is condemnable and wicked.
“How can some group of people poison the only source of dam where the over 36,000-strong university population was  drinking from.
“The act is genocidal and wicked.
“ They came through the Parakin area of the town to poison the dam but God was so good to us that immediately the dam was poisoned, rain fell for two days which washed  the poisonous chemical away.
“  We have treated the water and laboratory test had been done on it and now it is very safe to drink”, Olanrewaju said.
Olanrewaju also said the disputed land belongs to the Federal Government, adding that the university was not ready to concede it to anybody.
According to him, the land which is about 162 hectares was given to the university in the 60s by the then Ooni of Ife, Oba Adesoji Aderemi.
He said the land grabbers had started selling some portions of land to the people while construction workers working on the proposed OAU International Secondary school on the land were chased away with cutlasses and other dangerous weapons by the hoodlums.
Olanrewaju said three blocks of hostels built for students on the said land were abandoned due to attacks  by the hoodlums.
“For the safety of our children in the university, the vice-chancellor instructed us not to allocate any of 360 rooms newly built hostel to them.
” The vice-chancellor has also instructed our security men not to retaliate but it is not possible for anyone to invade Federal Government land for personal gain because the land is gazetted.
“We have informed the police and other security agencies and we believe they will act accordingly.
“We have also informed the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, and Ife Development Board, ”Olanrewaju said.
He, however, said that anyone who was ready to use any portion of the land for the generality of the people and not for personal gain could approach the university for consideration.

LASU student arrested for internet fraud, blames ASUU strike

A third-year student of the Lagos State University (LASU), Shuaib Abdulmujeed, on Wednesday, got six months jail term for engaging in internet fraud.
“The defendant shall be sentenced to six months’ imprisonment as proposed in the plea bargain agreement because of the passionate plea of the defence counsel.
“The sentence shall start from Dec. 5, 2018, which is the day he was arrested,” Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of the Ikeja Special Offences Court ruled.
Taiwo said that incidents of cyber crime in the country was becoming alarming.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Abdulmujeed had pleaded guilty to a three-count charge in a plea bargain agreement with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
The defendant pleaded guilty for possessing of documents containing false information and indicating false pretences, contrary to Sections 1(3), 6 and 8 of the Advance Fee Fraud and Other Fraud Related Offences Act.
His counsel, Mr Shina Makinde, had prayed the court to temper justice with mercy, blaming his action on strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
“The defendant went into cyber crime as a result of strike embarked on by ASUU,” Makinde told the court.
The defence counsel said that Abdulmujeed was academically gifted but fell victim of peer pressure during the strike.
“The computer recovered from him was bought by his father for his school project, his action is still a mystery to his father and his entire family.
“He has a strong 2.1 (second class upper) student, he is a very brilliant scholar, it is an unfortunate thing that he got into trouble as a result of peer pressure.
“Prison is not a reformative place, I ask my lord to show judicial empathy,” Makinde prayed.
He added that Abdulmujeed had not wasted the time of the court by deciding to enter into a plea bargain agreement.
EFCC counsel, Mrs Anita Imo, had said that the student committed the offences in December 2018 in Ikeja.
“On Dec. 7, 2018, he had in his possession, an email correspondence with the title ‘No subject,” printed from his email address linked to his phone number.
“On Dec. 13, 2018, he had in his possession, documents titled ‘Personal info and privacy’, ‘Hangout with Patricia Appel’ and ‘My Day’, which were printed from his email address which were linked to his phone number.
“On Dec. 13, 2018, he also had in his possession, an email correspondence titled ‘Yahoo’, ‘Re: Money for Scott’, ‘Hello Madam (Flight Agent)’ and ‘Hello Scott’.
“These documents were printed from his email address which he knew contained false information,” Imo said.

65 Professors Jostles for UNN VC

 NOT less than 65 professors from different universities across the country and abroad have indicated interest to contest the vice-chancellorship position of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, UNN.

Prominent among them are the two UNN deputy vice-chancellors, DVCs, of Administration and Academics, Prof. Charles Igwe and Prof. James Ogbonna respectively.

Others included are Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT, Prof. Samuel Eze, four former deputy vice-chancellors, University of Nigeria, Nsukka: Prof. Polycarp Chigbu, Prof. Ifeoma Enemo, Prof. Cyprian Onyeji and Prof. Smart Uchegbu, respectively.

Among the 65 professors, 33 emerged from different departments of the university.

Five of the professors aspiring for the vice-chancellorship position of University of Nigeria, Nsukka, indicated interest from abroad. They are Prof. Nduka Ekere (Engineering) from the United Kingdom; Prof. Jonathan Odo (Law) from Cameroon; Prof. Anthony Okoh (Microbiology) from South Africa; Prof. Lawrence Ugwuanyi (Philosophy) from the Gambia and Prof Godwin Mbamalu ( Chemistry ( from Charlotte NC.

Vanguard gathered that at the main campus of the university in Nsukka, professors have divided into groups, faculties and departments in the effort to penetrate the university governing council that has the final say before the presidency approves winner of vice chancellorship positions of the university.

The atmosphere on campus is charged as Prof. Benjamin Ozumba winds up his five-year single tenure June 14, 2019.

The professors include Prof. Kenneth Oforkansi chairman Senate ceremonials committee of the university. Oforkansi a professor of pharmacy is said to be on the right path of the university, delivered the 140th inaugural lecture of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka “breaking the barriers to effective peroral drug delivery” to upholds the tenets of social justice, straight to issues as it arises.

Notable among the contenders are the Vice Chancellor Coal City University Prof. Malachy Okwueze, a professor of Religion and former chairman Senate ceremonial committee University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Enugu state university of Science and Technology (ESUT) have nine in the list of 65 jostling for the vice-chancellorship position of the university of Nigeria, Nsukka while MOUA Umudike has four aspirants for the position.

Others from other universities   include   Prof. Eyitemi Ajporhonir (Chemistry) indicated interest from Delta state university, Prof. Victor Ariole (Arts/French) from University of Lagos, Prof. Uche B. Eke ( Chemistry) from University of Ilorin, Prof. Bartholomew Ekwueme (Chemistry) from University of Calabar, Prof. Emmanuel Ezugwu (Manufacturing Engineering), Provost Air Force Institute Kaduna, Prof. Sylvester Madu (Psychology) from Chujwuemeka Odumegwu University, Prof. Isaac Mbachu (Political Science & Defence Studies) from Nigeria Defence Academy (NDA) Kaduna, Prof. Friday Ndubuisi (Philosophy) from Christopher University, Mowe Ogun state, Prof. Samuel Nzotta (Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO), Prof. Christopher Osubor (Biochemistry) University of Benin, Prof. Jecinta Opara (Health Educational) from University of Maiduguri and Prof. Josephat Ogbuagu ( Chemistry) from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.

Professors of university of Nigeria, Nsukka top the list with 33 manes , they are Prof. Charles Livinus Anike Asadu (Agriculture), Prof. Ferdinand Chilaka, ( Biochemistry), Prof. Ikenna Dieke (English, Literary & African Studies), Prof. Emenike Ejiogu (Electronic Engineering), Prof. Chinedu Eze ( Veterinary Medicine), Prof. Joy Ezeilo (Law), Prof. Emmanuel Ibezim (Pharmacy), Prof. Christian Madu (Industrial Engineering), Prof. Chima Mbah ( Pharmacy), Prof Anene Moneke ( Microbiology), Prof. Obioma Njoku (Biochemistry) Prof. Uchenna Nwagha (Medicine & Surgery), Prof. Boniface Nworgu (Science Educational),   Prof. Chukwuyere Nwosu (Veterinary Medicine), Prof. Grace Offorma ( Arts Education),   Prof Sabinus Ofoefule (Pharmacy), Prof. Chukwunonso   Okafo (Law), Prof. Uchechukwu Okoro ( Pure& Industrial Chemistry),   Prof. Denchris Onah ( Veterinary Medicine,),   Prof. Charles Omekwu ( Library & Information science), Prof Obinna Onwujekwe (Medicine & Surgery), Prof. Micah Osilike (Mathematics), Prof. Christopher Ugwu ( Religion) and Prof. Fidelis Ugwuowo (Statistics).

The nine professors from ESUT include AguC   Agu (Law,), Abigail Alio ( Education),   Felix Asigwa (Political science), Frederick Eze ( Pub Admin.), Samuel Eze (Education), Meltius Ezeamenyi (Education), Chibueze Iloegbnam ( Mass Comm),, Ngozika Mbajiorgo ( Education), Ikechukwu Oluka (Agricultural & Bioresources Engineering) and Jude E.O Udenta (Pub. Admin)

It could be recalled that Special Assistant to Enugu state governor on market affairs Chief Aniebonam Ezugwu had earlier last month issued statement that Nsukka born professor have to succeed the serving vice-chancellor, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, noting that the position has eluded Nsukka people since the history of the university dating back to 1960 it was cited on soft green hills of Nsukka.

Vanguard reports that at the main campus of the university in Nsukka, professors have divided into groups shuttling faculties and departments in efforts to penetrate the university governing council that has the final say before the presidency approves winner of vice chancellorship position of the university.

The atmosphere on campus is charged as Prof. Benjamin Ozumba winds up his five-year single tenure June 14, 2019.

Tech: Nigerian Student Invents Amazing Video-Based Vehicle Counting System As Final Year Project

A young promising Nigerian whose name is Nicholas Kajoh (@nicholaskajo on Twitter) worked on video-based vehicle counting system as his final year project. He was able to actualize the video-based vehicle counting system using Python programming language.

Young Nicholas’ bio on Twitter says he’s a Software Engineer, Consultant, Author of the Alpha Coder (AC) Blog.

Nicholas Kajoh on Twitter wrote;

        1/2 I worked on a video-based vehicle counting system for my final year (BSc) project. It gave me the opportunity to finally dive into Computer Vision. It was built using OpenCV (Python) and a pre-trained YOLO v3 object detection model. Accuracy is not that bad IMO.

What can you say about this brainstorming Project?

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