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Buhari orders probe of JAMB, NIMASA, gives flood alert

ABUJA – PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has ordered the probe of former managements of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, and the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, over what it called poor remittances in the past. This is as the current leadership of JAMB has for the first time remitted N5 billion to the coffers of the government with a balance of N3 billion still to be remitted compared to maximum N3 million per annum remitted in the past.

Meantime, the Federal Government has told Nigerians living close to the Kanji Dam and River Niger to be on the look out for more flood, saying that as the rains increase the flood could be drastic. Briefing State House correspondents after the weekly Federal Executive Council, FEC, meeting, the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun disclosed that JAMB in July announced the remittance of N5 billion to the Federal Government which happens to be the highest so far in the last 40 years of its existence. She said the dis…

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Breaking: Mamman Daura allegedly discussing Buhari's health, calls Aisha names in leaked audio

- Sahara Reporters claims that it has received an audio of a conversation between Mamman Daura and a member of his cabal - In the audio the two men were allegedly discussing their worries about the president's health - The president's cousin in the audio allegedly refers to Aisha Buhari as a bomber from Yola - The conversation allegedly took place during the president’s medical vacation in London Online newspaper, SaharaReporters has reported that it has received an exclusive audio of a conversation between Mamman Daura, a cousin of President Muhammadu Buhari and one of his closest supporter, with Mamman Tukur a member of his cabal. The conversation between the two men allegedly took place during the president’s medical vacation in London where they were reportedly discussing their worries about his health condition during his treatment. In the audio both men shares their concerns about the wife of the president whom they referred to as "Sui*ide Bomber" from Yola. Th…

Bols celebrates student with distinctions in WASSCE, 299 UTME

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Thanks for visitingThe Bols International College, Ipaja, Lagos State, celebrated in grand style, the best and overall graduating student of the institution, Miss Glory Iyewunmi Olufemi, who scored distinctions in the just released West African Secondary School Certificate Examinations (WASSCE) results. The occasion was the valedictory service for the graduating 2016/17 students of the college. According to the school’s report, Miss Iyewunmi Olufemi also scored 299 cut-off marks for 2017 JAMB and has got an admission to study pharmacy at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) during the next academic session. In her address at the occasion, the proprietress of the college, Chief (Mrs.) Mobolaji Onitiri, with an impressive voice, declared to the cheering of listeners, students, management team and workers: “I read a write-up sometimes in which the writer is of the opinion that the beautiful ones are not yet born in Nigeria. I want to say categorically th…

Breaking: WAEC ready to re-introduce electronic-marking

In an effort to broaden its scope, the West African Examinations Council International Office (WIO) in Lagos, says it was set to re-introduce electronic marking for its tests. The Head of the Office, Mr Adelowo Maliki, disclosed this in an interview with newsmen on Monday in Lagos. According to him, the marking before now was done with some foreign partners based in the United Kingdom. “We started this electronic marking in 2014 through to 2015, only for us to suspend it in 2016, due to high costs as regards the high exchange rate. “But now, we are set to bring it back as we have gotten all necessary approvals from the council’s committee meetings and the council itself. “This led to our trying to develop our own in-house and by the grace of God, the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for private candidates would be marked electronically. “However, we will not be marking all the subjects through this mode, just some selected ones. “So as soon as this e…

3 grades of Nigerian universities (See where yours falls)

Based on their cut-off marks for the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Nigerian universities has been graded into A, B and C with the Grade A universities being the best. The National Universities Commission (NUC), says that Grade ‘A’ Universities of choice are those that can accommodate students with minimum of 180-200 scores in JAMB. Below is a list of the classifications: 1. Grade A universities These institutions include: University of Benin, University of Ibadan, St Albert The Great Major Seminary(Affiliated to UNIBEN), University of Lagos, Lagos State University, Afe Babalola UIniversity, Ado-Ekiti, Covenant University, Ota in Ogun state, Ekiti State University, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Niger state, Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Bayero University Kano, University of Ilorin and 29 others. 2. Grade B universities Investigations further reveal that there are other tertiary institutions in the country considered as Gra…

23 varsities set admission cut-off marks at 120 – JAMB

Aleast 23 universities in the country have adopted the 120 cut-off mark recently introduced by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB. The universities, mostly private, are among the 168 universities in Nigeria which cut-off marks were released in a document obtained from JAMB by online publication, Premium Times, last weekend.
The universities that adopted the 120 cut-off point include; Achievers University; Adeleke University; Caleb University; Fountain University; Caritas University; Novena University, Renaissance University;  Ojiagu-agbani University; Evangel University; and McPherson University. Others are South Western University; Samuel Adegboyega University; Wellspring University; Western Delta University; Wesley University; Summit University; Edwin Clark University; Hezekiah University; Kings University;  Arthur Javis University; Crown Hill University; Clifford University; and Coal City University. JAMB had on August 22, announced the 120 cut-off peg for univ…

South Hall teen charged with molestation of 7-year-old

A South Hall teenager is being held without bond on multiple charges involving sexual molestation of a 7-year-old girl over a period of a year. Brandon Lamar Daniel, 17, faces charges including aggravated child molestation and child molestation. Lt. Scott Ware, spokesman for the Hall County Sheriff’s Office, said the incidents occurred between August 2016 and August 2017. Daniel was arrested Friday and waived his committal hearing at his first appearance Sunday, according to Ware’s statement. The case remains under investigation by the sheriff’s office.
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Nigerians protest as South African party forcefully hijack house

The Nigeria Union in South Africa has protested against the hijack of a house belonging to a Nigerian Baptist missionary in that country.
Mr Theodore Ezeunara, Chairman of the union in Johannesburg South, told newsmen on Monday that persons claiming to be members of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), a political party, allegedly took over the house. He said that the EFF members chased away the tenants in the building and brought in new persons. He said that efforts made by the owner of the house and the union to stop the hijacking fell on deaf ears. He said the union had lodged a complaint with the police on the hijacking and trespassing on a property. The owner of the house, who did not want his name mentioned for safety, said that he bought the property in 2011. “The house is a bungalow, comprising of four bedroom flat, two-bedroom guest house and two rooms boy quarters. “Last week, some people came to the house, claiming to be members of a political party, drove away the tenants…

Educationists decries Post-UTME cut-off mark

Two educationists in the Federal Capital Territory have condemned the recent reduction in the cut off mark for entry into the country’s educational institutions. The Joint Admission and Matriculations Board (JAMB) had recently reduced the post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) scores to 120 from 180. They made this known in separate interviews with the Newsmen in Abuja on Monday. Prof. Pauline Okon, a professor emeritus of University of Abuja, said that the new cut-off mark would encourage laziness among students. According to her, it is capable of causing a ripple effect on the standard of education in the country. ‘’It is very embarrassing to hear that JAMB defended their reason for the drop in the cut-off mark. `It is bad enough that our educational standard has deteriorated terribly and caused our system to be viewed as a joke, leading young Nigerians to seek better education abroad. “Let us remember that the Nigerian economy, which is currently fragile, depends o…