Find the latest bookmaker offers available across all uk gambling sites Read the reviews and compare sites to quickly discover the perfect account for you.
Home » Campus


August, 2021

  • 25 August

    Ataga’s family unhappy with Police, Contract Mike Ozekhome, (SAN)

    Highly respected legal luminary ,High chief Mike Agbedor Abu Ozekhome – a human rights activist, holding the rank of a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and known for his work as a constitutional lawyer and also an orator Now the family of Late Mr Michael Usifo Ataga who was brutally murdered on the 15th of June, 2021, somewhere in Lekki, Lagos, ...

  • 19 August

    El rufai opens schools, orders no uniform as security strategy

    Kaduna State Government has announced that schools in the state will re-open on Wednesday, 18th August, 2021. It, however, said the resumption affects Junior Secondary School (JSS) III students only. The state’s Commissioner for Education, Shehu Usman Muhammad, disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday. He said the affected students would appear in mufti. The state government had, last week, ...

  • 4 August

    APPLY: Over 1,500 to benefit as entry for 2022/2023 Chevening scholarships begins

    The government of the United Kingdom has called on interested candidates to apply for its 2022/2023 Chevening scholarships to study in the country. The Chevening scholarship, introduced in 1983, is an international scheme which enables students with leadership and networking skills from different countries and territories to undertake postgraduate study or courses in universities in the UK. In a statement, ...

  • 2 August

    Nigerian appointed University Chancellor in Scotland

    A Nigerian female entrepreneur, Yekemi Otaru, has been named chancellor-elect of the University of the West of Scotland (UWS). According to a statement by the university, she will take over from Dame Angiolini who will step down on September 1. As chancellor, Ms Otaru will hold formal powers to confer degrees, diplomas and other academic distinctions, and will represent the ...

  • 2 August

    UNIPORT Deputy V. C dies before confirmation of appointment

    The newly appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academics) of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT) Prof. Andrew Efemini is dead. Efemini, whose appointment was yet to be confirmed, died of undisclosed illness at the weekend, at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital (UPTH). A senior official of the university, who spoke in confidence, confirmed the incident. UNIPORT’S Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Owunari Georgewill, ...

July, 2021

  • 28 July

    Footballer slumps, dies on field

    Friends and fans of a football player identified simply as Jonah are mourning his death in Angwa-Ali community in the Akwanga Local Government Area of Nasarawa State. The footballer slumped and died while playing on the field last weekend. His friends and fans, who took to social media to mourn him, said he would be sorely missed. One Okefu Abraham, ...

  • 26 July

    Bethel Baptist High School students freed with N50m ransom . 87 not yet released

    Twenty-eight of the abducted students of Bethel Baptist High School, Damishi, Kaduna, have regained freedom after 20 days in captivity. Those who regained their freedom were among the 121 students, who were abducted when bandits invaded the school on July 5. Joseph Hayab, Kaduna state chairman of the Christian Association of Nigerian (CAN), confirmed their release on Sunday. A total ...

  • 14 July

    UNILAG, ASUU issues strike notice over Salary cut

    The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) University of Lagos branch has issued an effective strike notice if the university authorities do not end and reverse unexpected pay deductions. ASUU insisted that it was not informed or carried along in the process only to be confronted with significant discomfort at paypoint. In a statement dated July 13, 2021 and signed ...

  • 11 July

    Over 300 Houses Flooded In Taraba As ‘Cameroon Opens Dam’

    Over 300 buildings have been submerged in a flood that ravaged several communities in Jalingo, the Taraba state capital. According to residents, the flooding commenced on Saturday morning, in the wake of a heavy downpour. They also pointed fingers at the release of water from Labdo dam in Cameroon. No life has been reported lost but residents watched helplessly as ...

  • 8 July

    UNILAG Best Graduating Student, Alimi, reveals his success secrets

    The University of Lagos Best Graduating Student for the 2018/2019 set, Ibrahim Adedeji Alimi, has said that helping others to understand what was taught in class helped him to achieve his feat. Alimi explained that he neither had a fixed schedule for reading nor visited university’s library regularly. According to the Mechanical Engineering graduate, he was also motivated by scholarships ...