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Monday, 20 February 2017

Notice! to NOUN Students

Information reaching us at from NOUN Management is that the School is calling for those students that lost their money at old portal to report to the accountant's office with evidence of their payment. We got some information that thousands of students could't register the exam last semester, do to the fall of the website' server and because of the problem the management had with Cyber Space. Speaking to some students at the first floor of the institution, the Accountant said that Students that lost their money should come with bank evidence of payment.

I used ropes as belts, drank garri daily, says UNN best graduating student

Eke Ifeanyichukwu Emmanuel is the 2015/2016 best graduating student of University of Nigeria, with a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.83. In this interview with Vanguard Learning, Eke revealed that in order to survive as a student, he used ropes as belts and drank garri daily. Excerpts: By Kelechukwu Iruoma May I know you? I am Eke Ifeantichukwu Emmanuel, a first class graduate of the department of Microbiology, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. How do you feel having emerged as the overall best? I feel excited. I see it as a realized dream. During the 2012/2013 award night ceremony, I was opportune to have attended the award night. At the ceremony, I was so excited seeing students like me shaking dignitaries and principal officers of the university. Eke Ifeantichukwu Emmanuel, UNN best Graduating student That day, I desired to be like them. I was motivated. That same night, I went back to my room and brought out my diary. I wrote a prayer request to God, that God, I want to be a first class student of Microbiology in my department and in the whole institution; I want to be the best. It is a realized dream. What were the challenges you passed through while in school? I had a whole lot of challenges. One of them was financial challenge. I am from a very humble background. We reside in

Some body called in London police to arrest a reporter of Guardian newspaper for wanting to interview President Buhari

Security men at the Abuja House in London where President Buhari is staying, yesterday called the police to arrest a correspondent of The Guardian newspaper who had arrived the premises, demanding to see President Buhari so he could interview him.

According to a report by the newspaper, after the reporter arrived the Abuja house which is the official residence of the Nigerian High commissioner to the UK in the afternoon, demanding to see the president, a member of staff at the premises told him that the President wasn't there.

Saturday, 18 February 2017

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo signs seven bills into law

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has signed seven bills passed by the National Assembly into law. The bills which include Oath (Amendment) Act 2017, Defence Space Administration Act, Veterinary Surgeons(Amendment) Act) have now become Nigerian laws. Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on National Assembly Matters, Senator Ita Enang confirmed Osinbajo's endorsement of the bills in a press statement. 

The statement reads "The Nigeria's Ag President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo SAN GCON has assented to seven bills passed by the National Assembly. 

What lie have I told? Those who call me liar are the liars -Lai Mohammed

Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has challenged those calling him a liar to pinpoint one lie he has told to warrant giving a different meaning to his first name.Speaking to Saturday Sun, he said

I challenge these people and I say fault me on facts, and not on emotions. Most of the things you see are purely emotional. Many of them believe that, because I played such a major role in the downfall of PDP, no matter what I do, they would criticize it. I want them to criticise me fairly. I want them to be objective; I’m ready to take them on. Take for instance, one of them went back and said on December 22nd 2009, I issued a statement that the minister of information should give daily bulletin on the health of Yar’Adua and I said you’re mixing things up. Number one, Mr. President is not ill; he is not in the hospital. So, there would be no need for me to give a bulletin. Two, Mr. President complied with the constitution when he was leaving. He wrote a letter to the national assembly that he was leaving on a vacation. But during his vacation, he would take the opportunity to do some medical check-ups and while he’s away, the Vice-President would be acting president. So, I do not see the situation as the

Buhari and His Many London Stage Play

Written by Deleting Momodu
Let me warn quickly that a new circus has come to town and there is a theatre of the absurd ongoing in the city of London. The patrons are very important personalities from Nigeria who have turned the supposed illness of our dear President Muhammadu Buhari into a stage play.

At the rate these medical tourists are going, Nigeria may be empty of all its fat cats as they jostle to pay obeisance lest anyone accuses them of nonchalance and of plotting against the President or wishing him dead. Yes, we can be that petty in this clime.

When President Buhari suddenly left our shores, several weeks ago, he did what our late President, Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar’Adua failed to do which was to send a simple letter to the National Assembly about his intention to go on vacation or for medical treatment, or whatever, and hand over authority to his Vice President, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. At least, it shows President Buhari had learnt a useful lesson from the experience of his brother and we must praise God for little mercies. What else could he have done? I think he should have improved on this uncommon performance by telling Nigerians he’s been battling with some debilitating ailment for some time which necessitated his having to travel regularly and sometimes suddenly. For God’s sake, it is not a crime to fall sick. We all do, in various degrees, from time to time. At over 70 years on the surface of this earth, no one would expect President Buhari to be in the most perfect state of health. It is a miracle that he survived the harrowing vicissitudes of life after he was thrown into a dungeon in 1985 during the military coup that toppled his dictatorship. He also had to contest some bloody elections a record four times before fortune smiled at him. Naturally, all of these events would have combined to conspire against his health.

Friday, 17 February 2017


The management of National Open University of Nigeria has released the approved fees for 2016/2017 session, Check out the list below
Registration Fees
Caution Deposit
Orientation Fees
Matriculation Fees
I.D Card
Library Fees
ICT Administrative Charges
Jamb Regularization
Result Verification Fee

Total Compulsory Fees