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Education / Re: Federal Government Scholarship (fsb 2018) Thread by SirStevenAyim(m): 9:51am On Jun 23, 2018
Education / AE-FUNAI Holds Maiden SUG Election by SirStevenAyim(m): 9:47am On Jun 23, 2018
It was an opportunity to deepen democratic culture among Students – VC
It was a free, fair and credible exercise – Students
History was made at the Alex Ekwueme Federal University Ndufu-Alike, Ebonyi State, yesterday, as the institution held its first SUG election. The University, which was established in 2011 has never had any students’ body until 2017 when the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Chinedum Nwajiuba constituted a caretaker Council to oversee the affairs of students in the institution and also to midwife the process that would lead to an elected Students’ Union Government. That process was consummated yesterday with the election of the first crop of students’ leaders in the university.

The election drew a large crowd of students who were excited to have had the opportunity to play a huge role in the first SUG election in the university. The exercise was impressive and peaceful, devoid of shenanigans usually associated with students’ election in many Nigerian universities, as students voted for their choice candidates at their various faculties without intimidation and molestation. In fact, the yesterday’s electoral exercise was a study in political astuteness, transparency and credibility on the part of the university management, the contestants and the entire student electorates.

A group of students’ electorate queuing to cast their votes during the election

Speaking while monitoring the election, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Nwajiuba who was represented by his deputy, Professor Sunday Elom, expressed satisfaction with the process and delight in the good behavior of the students, noting that the exercise was geared towards broadening democratic culture among students of the university. He also advised the incoming students’ leaders to work harmoniously with the management for the speedy growth and development of the university, noting that students of the university are highly respected by management and outsiders because of their high level of academic excellence and respect for constituted authority. He further thanked the students for turning out in good numbers to vote for their choice candidates who will represent them in different capacities.

Rep. of VC, Professor Sunday Elom, monitoring the election yesterday at the Faculty of Humanities while a student is seen checking his name in the voter’s list

Meanwhile, the students, both those who contested and those who voted in the election had expressed their satisfaction on the process and outcome of the election, noting that it was indeed free, fair and credible. They also thanked the university management for ensuring a level playing ground for all candidates, adding that the presence of security operatives during the election also ensured that the entire process was concluded without security problem.

While declaring the results of the election at the university senate chamber, the Chairman of the SUG Election Committee and Dean Student Affairs, Dr. Charles Okolie applauded the students for conducting themselves appropriately all through the election process. He also pleaded with the university management to give the needed support to the incoming students’ leaders in order to ensure a rancor-free university, even as he also urged the newly elected SUG executive to respect constituted university authorities.

Returning Officer at the Faculty of Management and Social Sciences, Okparaji Chiedozie and other electoral officers about counting the votes cast in the faculty yesterday

The winners of the election as announced by the Chairman of the Electoral committee are as follows:


Njoku Francis Ogbonna – President with 550 votes
Ukpai Gloria Ekwutosi – Vice President with 582 votes
Odono Samuel M. – Secretary with 988 votes
Iwu Ebubechi F. – Assistant Secretary with 989 votes.
Ngah Adanna Rebecca – Treasurer with 983 votes
Okafor Christian C. – Director of Socials with 772 votes
Akani Paul Oti – Director of Information with 531 votes
Onele-Ogah Lucia – Director of Finance with 967 votes
Ugwuoke Jude Ifeanyi – Director of welfare with 979 votes
Chiemeka David E. – Director of Transport with 489 votes
Ukangwobia Comfort – Director of Sports with 991 votes
Eneh Chukwuebuka J. Internal Auditor with 974 votes

Faculty of Science: Udom Jeremiah Ita with 72 votes
Faculty of Humanities: Okorie Obinna Collins with 100 votes
Faculty of Agriculture: Ngwueche Christabel with 43 votes
Faculty of Engineering and Technology: Eze Chukwuemeka E. with 54 votes
Faculty of Management and Social Sciences: Njoku Emmanuel Great with 186 votes
Faculty of Education: Williams Chiemeria with 50 votes
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences: Onyemauchechukwu Chijiuwa with 59 votes.[color=#990000][/color]
Culture / Re: OGOJA - All You Need To Know About The Ogoja People by SirStevenAyim(m): 7:58pm On Oct 23, 2017
No pictures?
biko am managing my mb


Culture / Re: OGOJA - All You Need To Know About The Ogoja People by SirStevenAyim(m): 8:29am On Oct 23, 2017
They are very good people.

you can say that again
Education / Re: 2017/2018 FUNAI Admission Guide by SirStevenAyim(m): 7:50am On Oct 23, 2017
Admission Requirements
The admission requirements for entry into undergraduate academic programmes are stated below:
Admission into the basic studies programme of the University is open to candidates who have five credit passes at the O’Levels
The credit passes shall include English and Mathematics.
Admission Requirement for Undergraduate Programms
Prospective students would need to satisfy the following general requirements before they are offered admission to the Federal University, Ndufu Alike Ikwo.
A. For admission to 100 Level (UMEa), candidates must:
1. Obtain five (5) credit passes at SSCE (or equivalent) in relevant subjects at not more than two sittings; and
2. An acceptable score in Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) in relevant subjects.
B. For admission to 200 level (direct entry), candidates should, in addition to five SSCE credit passes as in a (1) above, obtain at least two A’level (or its equivalent) passes in relevant subjects or possess NCE or OND with credit passes, or possess a good first degree in another field as the case may be.
In addition to the above general requirements, prospective students must satisfy faculty/departmental requirements.
Culture / OGOJA - All You Need To Know About The Ogoja People by SirStevenAyim(m): 7:40am On Oct 23, 2017
Ogoja is a Local Government Area in Cross River State , Nigeria . Its headquarters is Ogoja town in the northeast of the area near the A4 highway
The town was one of the provinces during pre-colonial independence. It consists of many tribal units, including Ishibori (this village has different clans such as Uhmuria, Ikaptang, Ikajor, Ishinyema, Ikariku, Imerakorm) and Igoli as the central town. Mbube, being one of the major tribes, comprises different villages, including: Odajie, Adagum, Ekumtak, Idum, Ojerim, Egbe, Nkim, Ogberia Ogang & Ogberia Ochoro, Oboso, Benkpe, Edide, Bansan, Aragban, etc. Their major source of livelihood is subsistence agriculture, basically farming of cassava, yams, palm oil, palm wine etc. Ekajuk, is one of the major clan in Ogoja Local government area. Divided into Ward I and Ward II, and includes major communities such as Nwang, Ekpogrinya, Esham, Egbong, Nnang, Ewinimba and Bansara (which are collection of a group of villages.)

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Art, Graphics & Video / Re: Obama Chooses Kehinde Wiley For His Official Presidential Portrait by SirStevenAyim(m): 8:53am On Oct 18, 2017

Only you OP, only you first, second and third to comment angry
If this isn't corruption, Diezani must be innocent!! angry
But is it your own Thread?
TV/Movies / Re: Where Is TSTV Nigeria 17 Days After Launch? – Biola Kazeem by SirStevenAyim(m): 8:49am On Oct 18, 2017

Some of you lots on nairaland are predictably irrational! Why must everything have a tribal coloration? I can give you names of lots of businesses that both Yorubas and Fulanis/Hausas have run and they ended up a colossal flop. TSTV has not even gone on air and you are already tagging it a failed business! Perhaps I should remind you that the worst telecommunication network provider in Nigeria is glo, owned by a Yoruba man!


your hate for the igbo tribe will not kill you. take it or leave you cannot bring them down they are God's own people. brown roof republican for the Waste.rn part of Nigeria

You follow share the Dstv National Cake I Know.
Education / 2017/2018 FUNAI Admission Guide by SirStevenAyim(m): 2:11am On Oct 09, 2017
To those who made federal University ndufu-alike ikwo their first choice institution and second choice,
It is important to get undiluted information from one another in order to facilitate the admission process.
Ask questions bothering your mind and don't be shy to table your problems or respond to that of others.

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