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Breaking: OAU ‘sex-for-marks’ lecturer, Richard Akindele sentenced to two years in prison

Justice Maureen Onyetenu of the Federal High Court in Osogbo, Osun state has sentenced Professor Richard Akindele, a former lecturer at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, to 2 years in prison for demanding sex to pass one of his students, Monica Osagie.  LIB reported earlier that Akindele changed his plea from …

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Ebonyi State University sacks 63 Lecturers, Staff for forgery and sexual harassment

The management of the Ebonyi State University have terminated the appointment of 63 lecturers and other members of staff of the institution for alleged certificate forgeries, sexual harassment and extortion. Confirming the mass sack, the institution’s public relations office, Patrick Itumo, said some of the affected staff were offered an …

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Student committed suicide due to drug addiction, not project failure —UNILORIN management clarifies

The Management of the University of Ilorin has denied reports that one of its students, Adigun Emmanuel, committed suicide recently because he failed his project. In a statement signed and released by its Director of Corporate Affairs of the university, Kunle Akogun, said that investigation into Adigun’s death, shows that …

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16-yr-old student stabbed to death by his classmate while testing the superiroty of his charm

A 16-year-old secondary school student in Ekiti state has died following serious injuries he sustained when himself and his fellow classmate were testing the superiority of their charms on Thursday, December 6th. According to reports, the deceased, Mathew Favour and the culprit, Kehinde Timilehin, both students of Ado Grammar School …

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38% of Nigerians are illiterates – National Commission for Mass Literacy

The National Commission for Mass Literacy, Adult and Non-Formal Education is focusing on strategies to increase literacy level as more than 38 per cent of Nigerians have been described as illiterates. Its Executive Secretary, Prof. Abba Haladu stated on Friday that the level of illiteracy was a big challenge. “The …

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President Buhari approves the reduction of the cost of Forms for JAMB UTME, NECO SSCE

President Buhari has approved the reduction in the cost of forms for JAMB, UTME, NECO SSCE and the Basic Education Certificate Examination. His Personal Assistant on New Media, Bashir Ahmad, shared the news on twitter. Bashir wrote ”President @MBuhari approves the reduction in the cost of Forms for JAMB UTME, NECO SSCE and …

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Dr. Louis Ekere, Energy magnate adds new feather to his cap

The billionaire businessman, Dr. Louis Ekere, Chief Executive Officer, Homeland Integrated Offshore Services Limited, is a man of great feats, who has made several contributions toward the development of many sectors of the economy, especially oil and gas. Consequently, it was not surprising when he was conferred with the much-talked-about …

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DELSU student appreciates God after a snake that crawled into her room while she was fast asleep was killed

A student of the Delta state University, Abraka DELSU, Julie Kopet Eruotor,  took to her IG page today November 20th, to narrate how God saved her from a snake bite. According to Julie, the snake, pictured above, crawled into her room while she was sleeping. Read her testimony below I …

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Photo of LASU graduate’s original certificate found at a suya spot

This original certificate belonging to Abisoye, Azeez Oluwaseun, a graduate of Chemical and Polymer Engineering, Lagos State University, was found yesterday, November 19th at a suya spot in Epe, Lagos state, where it was almost used to wrap suya for a customer. Anyone with useful information on how to get …

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Governor Ambode approves the use of Hijab In Lagos schools

The Lagos State Government has approved use of hijab (head and body covering for females) in public schools in the state.   This was contained in a circular by the state government which was shared by the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN) who had championed the use of hijabs …

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