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Education / Bayero University First Class Graduate Shot Dead By Unknown Gunmen (Photo) by BornorBang: 6:58pm On Feb 20, 2022
Update from SIGGY .ng

Bayero University Kano, graduate identified as Mathew, a first class degree holder of information media Studies, was shot dead by unknown Gunmen while travelling to Anambra with other passengers in a car, Siggy reports.

The fresh graduate, Mr Mathew, studied Information and Media Studies, graduated with first class from the Faculty of Communication, Bayero University Kano, (BUK).

According to reports, Mr Mathew was killed alongside other passengers at Ekwulobia, one of the largest cities in Anambra State after Awka, Onitsha and Nnewi.

His remains were reportedly deposited at the General Hospital Ekwulobia.

A course mate of Mr Mathew who also interned with him at PRNigeria, Salis Manager, said Mr Mathew was billed to participate in the forthcoming orientation programme of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC.

“Mathew was among the first set of students to intern with PRNigeria Centre in Kano in 2019. He lost his father in June, few months to his final examination, and graduated as the overall best student of our Department in August 2021 and was due to enroll for mandatory NYSC programme next week,” Mr Salis said.

“He was on a 6-month non-residential fellowship program that trains, and mentors young citizen activists to push for democratic reforms – Gidan Yanci. He was on his way to Anambra from Abuja when the gunmen attacked their vehicle” a tear-filled Gambo Ibrahim, a bosom friend of Mr Mathew, who had been living with him right from their Diploma days narrated.

His sister, Jemila Mathew disclosed that Mr Mathew travelled with his boss along with other passengers including the driver in a private vehicle.

“After waylaying them, the gunmen opened fire on them, killing all of them except the driver who escaped. So, when we couldn’t reach him and hear of the incidence, we sent Sule’s picture to the mortuary to confirm if he was among those killed and we got feedback that he was identified among those killed,” she narrated.

“Prior to this sad news, I kept calling him on phone but couldn’t reach him then suddenly we heard this sad news. I am so shocked,” Binta Musawa, Mr Sule’s coursemate stated.

Mr Mathew hails from Ayangaba Kogi State. He was co-founder of hostutors.com a Nigeria social enterprise that focuses on making learning in formal and vocational education accessible and affordable for everyone by connecting all categories of learners with best-fit tutors.

His body is yet to be released at the time of this report from the mortuary at Ekwulobia.

Source: SIGGY

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Education / Gombe Governor Awards Scholarship To Winner Of National Science Competition by BornorBang: 6:19am On Feb 19, 2022
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Gombe State Governor, Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya has awarded full-time scholarship and present a cash to Maryam Ogunbayo, the overall winner of the 2022 Young Nigerian Scientists Presidential Award (YONSPA), Siggy reports.

Maryam represented Gombe state in the competition and emerged the overall winner with 119 points beating all the other States.

Maryam Ogunbayo was also the best in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics during the competition which was held last week in Abuja.

Inuwa Yahaya who was impressed by her outstanding performance announced a scholarship award to the trailblazing Maryam to whatever level of her academic career and a cash gift for making Gombe state proud.

He further applauded the competitive spirit of the young scientists and congratulated her as well as the management and staff of her school, Pen Resource Academy and her parents over the feat achieved.

The Governor also commended the Commissioner of Science and Technology as well as the staff of her Ministry for providing enabling environment for youngsters to explore and exploit their potentials.

He then charged other youngsters in the state to take advantage of the efforts Gombe state government is making in improving education by borrowing a leaf from young Maryam Ogunbayo in their academic pursuits, saying, “Let the sky be your starting point “.

Sn elated Maryam Ogunbayo, was accompanied to the Government House by the Commissioner of Science, Technology and Innovation, Dr Aisha Umar Maigari, Principal of Pen Resource Academy as well as her parents.

While presenting the SS3 student to the Governor, the Commissioner said that since coming on board, the present administration has been holding Science competitions annually at the state level in order to boost creativity among young people.

She also said that: “This year, the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation conducted the competition where Maryam Ogunbayo emerged first”.

“As Your Excellency directed, the state government-sponsored her to the competition tagged ‘774 Young Nigerian Scientists Presidential Award’

(774 YONSPA) where she came top, making Gombe the first state in the North to win such a prestigious competition”, She added.

Source: SIGGY

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Education / NDLEA Demands Drug Test For Students In Tertiary Institutions by BornorBang: 7:26pm On Feb 10, 2022
Update from SIGGY .ng

The Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Brig. Gen. Buba Marwa (Retd.) on Wednesday, February 9, requested that the management of tertiary institutions in the country make drug integrity tests a compulsory policy for students in order to curb the rising cases of drug abuse amongst youths, Siggy reports.

Marwa made the call during the launching of an anti-drug abuse initiative campaign tagged ‘Drug-free University Campaign’ at the University of Abuja, saying as part of the NDLEA effort to curtail drug abuse, it is proposing a partnership with all the tertiary institutions in the country to carry out drug integrity tests on both new and returning students.

The DG clarified that the drug test wasn't a punitive measure on students but an early detection tool to know the status of an individual’s drug use in order to apply appropriate intervention, timely treatment, and care. He further stated that he was hopeful that the University of Abuja would be its first partner to adopt the policy while others follow suit.

He explained that to achieve this, the university would have to create an NDLEA outpost on the campus where NDLEA operatives will be deployed to assist the university's authorities to scare off drug dealers and users within the university.

Source: SIGGY

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Education / Fedpoly Ado Releases New Dress Code For Students, Bans Indecencies (Photos) by BornorBang: 5:20pm On Feb 02, 2022
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The Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti has released a new dress code for students of the institution, Siggy reports.

The school listed a number of fashion statements that will no longer be allowed including colored hair, face caps, tattoos, folded sleeves, amongst others.

Source: SIGGY


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Education / IAUE Student Scalds Her Roomate With Hot Water Over An Argument (Photos) by BornorBang: 3:48pm On Feb 02, 2022
Update from SIGGY .ng

A 400-level Library and Information science department student of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, David Lovelyn, has been accused of pouring hot water on her roommate, Angel Ogbowu, leaving her with severe skin damages, Siggy reports.

According to reports, Lovelyn had engaged in a heated argument with her roommate, Angel in their hostel on Monday night, January 31, over whether or not to turn on/off the power switch as they were about to sleep.

Angel was said to have retired to bed after the exchange of words, thinking all was well only to be woken up to the hot water poured on her by Lovelyn.

The victim was also allegedly threatened to be killed by the suspect's boyfriend, should anything happen to his girlfriend, who has been missing following the incident.

The school management has been accused of protecting Lovelyn as she is yet to be arrested nor disciplined over the act.

Source: SIGGY

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Education / Corps Member Takes Risk, Gives Fine Legwork Behind Unsuspecting Soldier (VIDEO) by BornorBang: 6:56pm On Jan 28, 2022
Update from SIGGY .ng

A National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member has been seen in a video dancing behind an unsuspecting army man, a move some consider as risky, Siggy reports.

In the hilarious video shared on Instagram, the jolly corps member stepped out of his line and broke into sterling dance moves behind the unsuspecting army personnel.

His fellow corps members watched with keen interest while he vibed stealthily as if trying not to be caught.

Along the line, someone dragged the corps member back into the line but he broke out again and continued an exercise many people adjudged risky.

Fortunately for him, he wasn’t caught, neither did his colleagues give him away.


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Education / I Repeated 2 Sessions, Yet Graduated Best In My Class — UNIJOS Pharmacy Graduate by BornorBang: 8:29pm On Jan 22, 2022
Update from SIGGY .ng

Awazi Haruna, a newly inducted pharmacy graduate of the University of Jos(UNIJOS) said she graduated as the best graduating student in her class despite repeating two sessions, Siggy reports.

Awazi who graduated with second class upper (4.21CGPA), revealed that said she shunned all social activities on campus and faced her studies to excel in her academic pursuit.

“But my commitment, dedication, endurance and by God’s grace brought me this far.

“It feels amazing that after all efforts and sacrifices put in, in the end, I emerged the best.

“Nothing is as beautiful and fulfilling such as this,” she told PMNewsNigeria

She thanked her parents, siblings and all those who supported her academic sojourn, for believing in her ability to excel.

She called on young people to be hardworking, committed, and dedicated to whatever course they might be pursuing.

She was inducted on Tuesday in Jos alongside 78 of her classmates by Dr Nurudeen Mohammed, Registrar, Pharmaceutical Council of Nigeria.


Education / Female Graduate Wows The Internet With Her Shoemaking Skills (photos) by BornorBang: 8:50am On Jan 22, 2022
Update from SIGGY .ng

Edna Frimpong, a young female graduate has showcased her shoemaking skills announcing that she is very proud of it, Siggy reports.

The beautiful and determined lady, who is a Mass Communication diploma holder, noted that the world has moved away from being bookish to being skillful.

Though a diploma holder, she is currently pursuing another degree qualification which she combines with shoemaking.

Sharing her story with Legit.ng, Edna said:

My dad is a shoemaker. Professional shoemaker. So that’s how I learned the skill. I was serving him then, but I didn’t take it serious. But when Covid came, I decided to go back to learn the trade. I have diploma in communication studies, and I’m now getting my degree in public relations in Ghana. I want to continue my father’s business and take it to the next level. I feel proud being a female shoemaker.

Explaining how she balances her work and studies, Edna said: “I’m 24 years old. How do I combine my work and studies? It’s all about balancing. It’s all about understanding what you want at the end of the day. I school on weekends. My father also does this, so when I’m busy he comes and help out.


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Education / INEC Arraigns UNIUYO Professor For Electoral Fraud (Photo) by BornorBang: 9:18pm On Jan 21, 2022
Update from SIGGY .ng

A Professor of the University of Uyo (UNIUYO), named Ignatius Uduk, was arraigned at the Akwa Ibom State High Court 9 sitting in Uyo, the state capital on Thursday, January 20, on allegations bordering on electoral fraud, Siggy reports.

The lecturer was one of the collation/returning officers appointed by the Independent and National Electoral Commission for the Essien Udim State Constituency on March 9th, 2019 governorship, and the house of assembly elections, and was arraigned by the electoral body for publishing false electoral results.

Prof. Uduk and one other Uniuyo professor, Peter Ogban had been charged to court for electoral fraud in 2020, and while Professor Ogban was convicted and sentenced to three years imprisonment, Uduk’s case was repeatedly adjourned, in the course of which the judge in charge of the case was replaced by a new trial judge.

Uduk who was arraigned on a three-count charge pleaded not guilty to all of them.

The trial judge, Justice Bassey Nkanang adjourned the case to January 25 for the continuation of cross-examination.


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Education / Photos Of First Class Graduate Who Now Sells Second-hand Clothes To Survive by BornorBang: 11:20pm On Jan 20, 2022
Update from SIGGY .ng

33-year-old Kwame McSolomon bagged first class degree when he was 24 years old and resort to hawking second-hand clothes to keep body and soul together as he was unable to get a job, Siggy reports.

Not minding his parents’ humble background, he struggled through school to graduate with first-class from the university.

Kwame completed his senior high school when he was 20 years old before he gained admission into the University of Education, Winneba, Ghana, where he was awarded a first-class degree in Bachelor of Science Management Education.

He has made several attempts to secure a job but none yielded positive.

This made him resort to selling used clothing which he collects from a supplier and he sends the bulk of the money to his supplier.

The young man hopes to get a better offer soon as he would not relent in doing his best.

Online users have reacted that such a big brain has a lot to offer for him to have graduated with such a class degree in Management Education.


Education / Jubilation As FG To Unveils Details Of N75,000 Stipend For Education Students by BornorBang: 8:26pm On Dec 30, 2021
Update from SIGGY .ng

The Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) has said the details of the N75,000 semester allowance promised by President Muhammadu Buhari to students of education in federal universities and federal colleges of education will be out by January 2022.

The council stated that letters had already been written and the Ministry of Education was working with the Tertiary Education Trust Fund in that regard, The Punch reported.

The newspaper stated that the registrar of TRCN, Professor Josiah Ajiboye, disclosed this on Wednesday, December 29.

Professor Ajiboye said: “The ministers involved have prepared the letters and they are working alongside with TETFund. All the necessary things have been done; the details will be unveiled in January."

It could be recalled that President Buhari had during the 2021 World Teachers’ Day announced his administration's plan to make the teaching profession lucrative and ensure that teachers were adequately trained.

He also announced that education students in public institutions would have access to semester stipends of N50,000 for those in colleges of education and N75,000 for those in universities.


Education / Lady Narrates How She Spent 12 Years On A 4-year Course In OAU (Photos) by BornorBang: 12:06pm On Dec 27, 2021
Update from SIGGY .ng

A graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) named Omobolanle Adenle has narrated how she spent 12-years on a 4-year course, Siggy reports.

Omobolanle gained gained admission to study Linguistics and African Languages in 2010, but instead of graduating in the 2014/2015 session, she graduated in 2021.

Narrating her ordeal to PUNCH correspondent, Adenle who is now an entrepreneur, said her challenges started from the first and second semesters spent on the OAU campus.

She said, “A journey that started in 2010 and finished in 2021. I thought I would finish with my mates in the year 2015 when I obtained admission to study Linguistics and African Languages in Obafemi Awolowo University in 2010, but my first and second semesters result were nothing to write home about after putting my best foot forward. So, I got discouraged.

“I thought I will obtain Jamb and change my course the following year which I tried but failed again, so I made up my mind to finish what I’ve started but it was almost late already.

“I couldn’t handle retaking courses and doing my main courses altogether, but I did it anyway and it was a disaster throughout – but I just can’t quit and it saddens my heart at that time.

“I felt like a total failure in life and everything academics saddens my heart then till I decided to find another interest that will fill up the grief I nurse in my heart daily.”

After the “failed” semesters, Adenle had to start a business to raise money for survival.

This time, she said, the move was successful as she was able to settle many bills, including school fees on her own.

She continued, “I decided to explore the business world with my almost collapsed academics then because I needed to start generating some extra income to sort out my school bills and my general well-being.

“My business became the only get away from the deep sadness I nurse on my academics, I finally found fulfillment beyond the four walls of the classroom – buying and selling different products and services.

“I became a professional at selling anything sellable on this earth and there’s no product or service under heaven that I can’t sell with ease and speed right now as a product manager and Digital Marketer, I mastered the art of selling from hawking different products after classes to my fellow students in female hostels in OAU.

“I was actively investing in myself beyond the four walls of the school while pursuing academics, I became so good in my craft that I won a business grant in 2018.

“I became a business mogul with two physical stores in Lagos State and Osogbo, Osun State till I shifted my focus to more of digital product recently and required no physical location in Osun State anymore. ”

Determined to be a graduate, Adenle returned to academics but failed again.

She narrated that she sailed through different hurdles before being allowed to complete her studies.

At the point she had retaken all the failed courses, one of her results was said to be missing again.

She said, “I was supposed to have an extra year to sort out all the courses I failed, but I failed again and had to come back again to retake some of the courses but I choose not to come back, I was tired already and told my part adviser that I’m done with school and I want to travel out because I was frustrated.

“I came back the following year after a year break and paid dearly with several medical reports before I was allowed to retake the courses two years later. And when I thought I was finally done to be fully cleared from OAU, one of my results got missing, an elective for that matter, and for over a year we were on it till I finally gathered the courage to retake it after which it was found after retaking the course.

“The shame was unbearable when every year that I thought I’ll be done left me hanging and then I learn patience, persistence, doggedness, and how to trust God with my life exclusively.”

According to Adenle, her ordeal thought her to believe in the divine set and never to be hard on herself.



Education / Covenant University Donates 30KVA Power Generator To Nigerian Police (Photo) by BornorBang: 6:13am On Dec 27, 2021
Update from SIGGY .ng

Christmas came early for the officers and men of the Nigerian Police Force, Onipanu Division, in Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Council, when the Management of Covenant University, through her Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (CDIIC), donated a 30KVA power generating set to assist the Division in her quest to serve and protect lives of members of the community.

Speaking at the commissioning of the power generating set, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Abiodun H. Adebayo, said the gift was a way of reinforcing the University’s commitment to impacting the host community, as no organisation can exist in isolation.

Professor Adebayo, who led a delegation of the University Management to the commissioning, said that Covenant has chosen to remain intentional in her approach to community development initiatives from inception, which has been the reason that the University has staged numerous social, economic and health interventions in various areas of the community.

“Going into our 20th year, we are still conscious of our role in the development effort of our host community; thus, we are rededicating our effort in this regard,” he added. Professor Adebayo said the University had championed community development in areas such as rural electrification, provision of potable water systems, healthcare-related outreaches, and much more.

“The University recognises how essential electricity and security are in social and community development, thus the need to provide this token to the Division, and as a University, we will not relent in doing more towards making our local community a peaceable place to live and do business in,” the Vice-Chancellor added.

In his remark, the Area Commander, Assistant Commissioner of Police, ACP Muyideen Obe, appreciated the Chancellor of Covenant University, Dr David Oyedepo, for the ‘wonderful Christmas gift’ coming at a very auspicious time, while assuring the gathering that the Command and Division will see this as a morale booster to improve on the service being rendered to the community.

ACP Obe said the multifaceted benefit that Covenant University has conveyed upon Ado-Odo/Ota community is one that cannot be underestimated, and as a result of their partnership in good governance, the Command would also improve her performance to deliver on expectations. “This will propel us to do more, and we cannot afford to let you and the entire community down,” he posited.

While thanking the State Commissioner of Police, CP Sikiru Bankole, for supporting the Command in crime-fighting, ACP Obe said the investment of Covenant University in the operations of the Police in Ota had spurred the Command to become a willing partner in advancing the course of crime-fighting and community policing.

The Chairman, Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Council, Honourable Sherriff Adewale Musa, commended the Management of Covenant University for abiding by the biblical doctrine of bringing light to a dark world. According to him, it is the collaboration between the government and those in the private sector that makes governance work.

Honourable Musa appreciated the University’s involvement in filling the void identified in the community. “Giving is part of life, and Covenant has consistently taught her products to abide by that tenet, as exemplified by the 2021 graduating class donation of sanitation baskets to remove plastics wastes in the community,” he stated.

The Local Council Chairperson said some institutions had existed centuries and decades before Covenant, yet they could not boast of the kind of impact Covenant has brought to bear in the last 20 years in Ado-Odo/Ota community.


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Education / Heartbroken Lady Goes Crazy As Boyfriend Dumps Her On Christmas Day (VIDEO) by BornorBang: 7:36pm On Dec 25, 2021
Update from SIGGY .ng

A young Nigerian lady has experienced a heartbreak on Christmas, a day meant for celebration and merriment, Siggy reports.

In a video which was posted on social media, she was crying and screaming uncontrollably after being dumped by her boyfriend.

Another lady who could either be her sister of friend made frantic efforts to console and calm her down as she acted like she was about to go insane and even threatened to kill herself.



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Education / Petrol Seller Finally Graduates From University, Bags Distinction (Photo) by BornorBang: 8:13pm On Dec 23, 2021
Update from SIGGY .ng

A driven young man identified as Samuel Hackman has recently taken to social media to narrate how he successfully saw himself through university regardless of the financial obstacles he encountered, Siggy reveals.

Samuel shared that he had to work as a filling station attendant to afford to go to the university and also to take care of himself there.

In his post, the young man recounted that he worked at the filling station for eight years with no one to rely on and that took a huge toll on his health.

His post reads: ” I had no helper, I risked my health because I never had enough time to rest, my spine got wearing off, my heart was always beating unusual, my eyes were always red and my face always looked stressed.”

“My daily routine was full of tiredness but I never stopped pushing, because I needed a better someday.”

Schooling combined with working cost him some friendships but the end result was successfully bagging a second-class upper from Methodist University.


Education / We Don’t Have Money To Meet ASUU Demands At Once – FG by BornorBang: 9:25am On Dec 21, 2021
Update from SIGGY .ng

On Monday, the Federal Government through the Minister of Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba said resources were not enough to meet all the demands of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) at once, Siggy reports.

This is as the minister faulted claims of the union that the Federal Government was blackmailing it.

In the Minister’s words:

We cannot possibly be blackmailing them; we tried to explain to them that we will fulfil the agreements when we have the resources. Agreements have been signed and they are meant to be fulfilled.

But we do not have all the resources to meet all the demands at once. The thing is that we all are working together – ASUU and the Federal Government. The goal is to produce graduates, who will serve Nigeria, and to make sure that the academic calendar is running smoothly.

So, the government will always pay its dues; you do not have to go on strike to drive home your points. They need to know that it is not the government versus ASUU. It is about doing what is right. Let us use the resources as they come. There are lots of sectors that need attention.

All we are saying is that once there are resources, we will meet your needs; all you have to do is to keep the academic calendar running. So, please, where is the blackmail?

However, ASUU said it would not go on strike yet even though the government had failed to satisfactorily address all the issues raised in the 2009 agreement and the subsequent Memorandum of Understanding and Memorandum of Action between it and the Federal Government.

This was the outcome of the meeting of the ASUU National Executive Council in Abuja to review the implementation of the Memorandum of Action of December 23, 2020.

The National President, ASUU, Prof Emmanuel Osodeke, said in an interview with one of our correspondents on Sunday, “It is certain, we are not going on strike. ASUU is not going on strike; every other information will be in our press release.”


Education / SUG President Bags First Class Despite Serving As Students’ Union Leader by BornorBang: 4:16pm On Dec 18, 2021
Update from SIGGY .ng

Abubaka Charanchi Salisu, a final year student of Umaru Musa Yar'adua University (UMYU) with Reg no : U1/16/POL/1187 has bagged first class from the university despite being the Student Union Goverment (SUG) President of the school, Siggy reveals.

Part of a document made available to SiggyNG on the 16th of December, 2021 states thus;

"This is to notify that Abubaka Charanchi Salisu with reg no: U1/16/POL/1187 have successfully completed an approved course of study in November, 2021 and has been awarded the degree of BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (POLITICAL SCIENCE) "FIRST CLASS" by the senate of Umaru Musa Ya'aradua University Kastina".

However, how he was able to cope with school politics and academics remains a mystery.

A big congratulations to him from SIGGY.



Education / AE-FUNAI Rewards Overall Best Graduating Student With N500,000 by BornorBang: 7:06pm On Dec 17, 2021
Update from SIGGY .ng

A young lady named Cynthia Chioma Onuigbo has graduated with a CGPA of 4.86 from the Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufe Alike (AE-FUNAI) and was given an award of the sum of N500, 000, Siggy reports.

Miss Cynthia was adjudged to be the best graduating student after graduating with a CGPA of 4.86 at the 6th Convocation ceremony of the University.

The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Sunday Oge Elom while delivering his convocation address at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Convocation arena revealed that 22 out of 916 Students bag first class at FUNAI 6th Convocation Ceremony.

At today’s event, we are turning out 916 graduands. In the previous 4 convocation ceremonies we admitted 124, 247, 355 and 512 graduands respectively into the first degrees of this University. This year’s number shows that we are making steady rise.

The 916 graduands are being awarded Bachelor’s degrees in 10 Faculties. The breakdown is as follows: Faculty of Agriculture – 4, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences – 94, Faculty of Biological Sciences – 131, Faculty of Education – 61, Faculty of Engineering and Technology – 59, Faculty of Environmental Sciences – 13, Faculty of Humanities – 131, Faculty of Management Sciences – 99, Faculty of Physical Sciences – 95 and Faculty of Social Sciences – 226.

Out of these 916 graduands, 22 graduated with First Class, 306 with Second Class Upper, 505 with Second Class Lower, 82 with Third Class and 1 with pass. This is a good result. But the most important thing is that the University can vouch for the integrity of these results. These have also been underscored by external examiners reports and the impressive performance of many of our alumni in different works of life.


Education / Emotional Moment When Father Surprises His Daughter In School After 10yrs(VIDEO) by BornorBang: 5:35am On Dec 14, 2021
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A video has appeared online of a reunion between a man and his daughter who did not see since the child was less than year old.

The black American Man who was said to be wrongly imprisoned when his daughter was barely a toddler surprises her at school shortly after being released.

Well, after being freed, he went straight to his daughter’s school to pick her and the moment was priceless.

In the video posted on instagram by @SiggyNG, the schoolgirl was told that her parent came to pick her and just as she was exiting, she saw her dad whom she has been visiting in prison in the company of her mum.

She was very excited but emotional as she ran to him and they embraced passionately while tears dropped from her eyes.

Really, it is a wonderful scene to witness as father and daughter reunite after many long years.

You may have someone you have been longing to meet for some time now, but you are unable to, imagine how you will feel when you eventually meet them. This is the same with this girl.



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