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*IN THE NEWS TODAY* (THIS NEWS WAS COMPILED BY IDIKA PRECIOUS ) ♦ *VICE CHANCELLOR OF AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY PROF IGNATIUS ONIMAWO GRACIOUSLY GRANTS MCB CLASS OF THE 2018 AMNESTY AFTER SANCTIONS OVER WILD JUBILATION* ♦ *VICE CHANCELLOR INSTRUCTS AG. ICT CHAIRMAN, TO CONSIDER RE REGISTRATION OF THOSE WHO PREVIOUSLY REGISTERED CAUSES BUT WERE UNREGISTERED BY THE SERVER AFTER DUE CONFIRMATION* ♦ *MAKE UP SUMMER EXAMINATION TO HOLD AFTER SEVEN DAYS OF DATA COLLECTION BY
OFFICE OF THE INFORMATION SUB COMMITTEE ; STUDENTS UNION GOVERNMENT AD-HOC ADVISORY COMMITTEE *UPDATE ON STUDENTS UNION MEETING WITH THE UNIVERSITY PRINCIPAL OFFICERS* The Union In line with the recent issues bothering her members went into a round table discussion with the management today the 3rd of June 2019. Members of the Principal officers are Prof I.A Onimawo (Vice Chancellor), Prof Jude Agho (DVC), Sir Chris Adamagbo (Registrar). Union delegate are as follows Oyakhire Okuns
One morning at our Law Faculty, when our new Lecturer for “Introduction to Rights” entered the lecture hall, the first thing he did was to ask the name of a student who was seated on the first bench: “What is your name?” “My name is Justin, Sir.” “Leave the classroom and I don’t want to ever see you in my class ever!” screamed the unpleasant lecturer. Justin was bewildered. When he got hold of his
The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has said that GSM service providers should be blamed for candidates’ inability to get the results of their 2019 UTME after texting their details to a dedicated code. The Board’s Head, Media and Information, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, said the examination board was already aware of the problem and had consequently summoned a meeting with the GSM service providers. “They have assured (us) that they are working hard to get
ASIWAJU TINUBU’S MESSAGE. “The world is laughing at us. We like good economy. We want steady and constant power supply, we want jobs, we want food on our table, we desire good infrastructure and security but at the same time could not exercise patience for a willing government that is sincerely laying the foundation for all these to happen. They brainwashed you with “hunger in the land” slogan. They said 20million Nigerians lost jobs. Majority