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October 17, 2017

Education

Hundreds Of Nigerian Students Face Deportation In UK (See Why)

The current trending update as more than 100 Nigerian students on scholarship in the United Kingdom universities could be deported home as early as this week except their fees are settled immediately, according to The Telegraph of London. Fresh update reveals that the students are said to be sponsored by a regional agency and some

Wizkid And Femi Kuti Performing At Felabration 2017 (Photos)

Starboy Wizkid and Femikuti were seen vibing on stage at Felabration 2017. Others celebrities like omawumi and others were also seen at the celebration. The post Wizkid And Femi Kuti Performing At Felabration 2017 (Photos) appeared first on Naijaloaded | Nigeria No. 1 Online Portal.

NYSC Announces Passing Out Date For 2016 Batch B Corps Members

]The Management of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, has said its 2016 Batch B, (Stream One) Corps members will pass out on Thursday, November 2. The corps said on its official Twitter handle on Saturday that details of the passing out activities would be communicated to corp members by the NYSC Secretariat through zonal

Government alone can’t fund universities – Osinbajo

Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo says government alone cannot provide the kind of support required for universities to develop at the rate expected of them. He said a lot of the support had to come from alumni of the universities as well as the private sector. According to a copy of his speech made available to journalists

Two UNILAG Lecturers Stabbed A Postgraduate Student And Ran Away

A postgraduate student (English Language) of the University of Lagos, Jimi Fatunbi, has been allegedly injured by two lecturers. Fatunbi said he was slapped and stabbed by the lecturers at about midnight on Wednesday at Faculty of Education roundabout. He identified the lecturers as Dr. Babawale Taiwo and Dr. Israel Abiala, who lecture at the

89 Students Bag First Class From University Of Ilorin

A total of 89 first class graduates were produced by the University of Ilorin for the 2016/2017 academic session, this was confirmed by the Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor AbduGaniyu Amabali. The Vice-Chancellor made this disclosure in Ilorin on the occasion of a handover and valedictory press conference, which signalled the commencement of the

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