LASU 22nd Convocation Ceremony Governor Akinwunmi Ambode Will Be Present
2018 JAMB UTME Mop-Up Examination Date, Eligibility & Re-printing of e-Slips
Nick Cannon reportedly dating a set of twins and they both got tattoos of him
Federal Poly Bauchi Partners with ABU Zaria for 5 Degree Programmes
School proprietor and Principal Tie Students to Crosses and Flog them for coming late to school (photos)
    The proprietor of a school in Ogun state has been arrested for allegedly tying two pupils to a cross while the principal flogged them afterward. Afolayan Joseph, proprietor of Metorite Standard School in the Ayetoro area of Ogun state and the school’s principal are reported to have meted out the callous... Read more
Former Night club owner, Frank Okamigbo bags Msc from Unilag
  Nightlife boss, Frank Okamigbo has just bagged a Masters degree in Philosophy from the University of Lagos years after wrapping up his first degree from the same university’.   He shared photos from his graduation on social media with the caption, ‘It is within your power to see that... Read more
“Two Bachelors, two Master’s degrees, PHD” – Meet the hottest and brightest Nigerian medical doctor in town
Nigerian beauty entrepreneur and founder of Lo Lavita Hair, Lola Udu shared photos of her very hot brother, who graduated from Frank H. Netter M. D. School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University, Connecticut, U.S,  over the weekend. Dr. Lanre Udu is not only fine but already has two Bachelors, two... Read more
JAMB Makes N8.5 Billion From 2018 Admission Forms
  The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board generated a princely N8.453billion from the sales of forms to applicants seeking admission into tertiary institutions in Nigeria in 2018. A top official of the Board told this newspaper Friday morning that the revenue came from payments made by 1,602,762 candidates who... Read more
Melania Trump, Talked With Kids About Being Online
    First Lady of the United States Melania Trump, introduced her initiative to help children everywhere be their best. At her launch event at the White House, the First Lady distributed copies of Talking with Kids About Being Online, a guide to help parents and other adults have thoughtful conversations... Read more
18-year-old Nigerian girl emerges Best Graduating Student in Miles College, USA
The Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, has produced an 18-year- old Boubini Jones-Wonni, as best graduating student from Miles College, Metropolitan Birmingham, Alabama, United States of America, USA. Jones-Wonni who was declared by the university authority as best graduating student on May 5, 2018, got her admission in 2014 after... Read more
Student strips off in class to defend her presentation after professor said her clothes were “too short” for public speaking
  A university student took off her clothes in class for her presentation, after her professor said her clothes were “too short” for public speaking. Letitia Chai, 18, livestreamed her strip protest on Facebook. She said she wanted to stand up “against oppressive beliefs and discrimination” and that is why she stripped... Read more
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FUTMINNA Revokes 18 Students Admission Due to Poor Academic Performance
WAEC Deploys New Software for Detecting Malpractice in Objective Test
Covenant University Scholarship Admission Form – 2018/2019
Covenant University in Partnership with the Jim Ovia Foundation Leaders is Offering Scholarship Opportunities to 7 Nigerian 3 African Students who wish to Study in the Institution for 2018/2019 Academic Session via the Jim Ovia Foundation Leaders Scholarship (“JOFLSF”). Applications are invited from suitable and qualified candidates who wish... Read more
FCE Abeokuta Rusticates 7, Suspends 4, Expel 1 for Exam Malpractice
The Federal College of Education, Osiele Abeokuta Rusticates 7, Suspended 4 and Expels 1 Over Various Exam Misconducts During Semester Examinations. In its bid to maintain the academic standard the College was known for as the “Centre of Academic Excellence”, the College Management, having considered the report of the... Read more