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16 Futo Students arrested & charged to court for cultism


The Imo State Police Command on Friday arrested and charged 16 undergraduates of the Federal University of Tecnhnology, Owerri and Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri, Imo State, respectively for an alleged involvement in cult-related activities in the state. In a statement by Andrew Enwerem, the Police Public Relations Officer, he stated ...

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NSCDC Arrests Five UTME Registration Fraudsters


Crack operatives of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps have successfully clamped down on some UTME registration fraudsters with useful confessions taken. Over five persons have been arrested by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps for various infractions in the ongoing registration exercise for the 2017 Unified Tertiary ...

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3 Ambrose Ali University Lecturers arrested over alleged cultism


The Edo state Police command have arrest three lectures of the Ambrole Ali University, Ekopma for allegedly involving themselves in cult-related activities. Haliru Gwandu, the state’s Commissioner of Police disclosed the development to journalists in Benin on Tuesday, adding that firearms were recovered from the arrested lecturers. Among those arrested ...

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Cross River Uncovers 734 ‘Fake’ Teachers


Some unqualified teachers in the South-south part of Nigeria illegally under the payroll of the state government have been exposed. The Cross River Universal Basic Education Board, has uncovered 734 teachers with fake National Certificate of Education and degree certificates in the state. The chairman of the state SUBEB, Dr ...

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Three dead in murder-suicide at US school (SEE PHOTOS)

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A man walked into a school in southern California Monday and shot dead his estranged wife in front of her students, killing an eight-year-old boy in the crossfire before turning his gun on himself. Police said local resident Cedric Anderson had checked into the office as a visitor after entering ...

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UI students protest against expulsion of colleagues


There was unrest in the premises of University of Ibadan today (Tuesday) as the students of the institution protested the expulsion of three of their colleagues by the school’s management and also the poor facilities in the university. According to the President of the Student Union Government, Mr. Ojo Oluwanifemi, ...

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JAMB introduces easier ways of purchasing forms


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB,has introduced an easier way of purchasing the forms for its 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, can now purchase the pin for registration using the Remita mode. This information was passed to the public on Sunday, the board said the development came on ...

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