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Four of our members are still missing, says UNIMAID ASUU

The insurgents last Tuesday attacked a team of geologists on oil exploration exercise in Lake Chad Basin. The team, according to Mamman, comprises NNPC staff, geologists, members of CJTF and military personnel.   The University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID) chapter of …

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Court orders uniform cut-off mark for all Unity Schools

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has granted an order mandating the Federal Government to apply a uniform cut-off mark to all candidates seeking admission into Federal Government Colleges, also known as Unity Schools, irrespective of their states of …

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188 bag first class degree at Covenant University

A total of 188 students of Covenant University in Ota, Ogun State, on Friday graduated with first class degree at the 2016/2017 convocation ceremony of the university. Prof. Aaron Atayero, the Vice-Chancellor (VC), disclosed this during the 12th Convocation Ceremony …

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WAEC: Abia is number 1 again

Official sources at WAEC have confirmed that Abia State recorded the best result in the 2017 WAEC examination. This is the 3rd year in a row that Abia is coming first since taking over from Anambra. Can someone salute our …

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UNIMAID Will Remain Open Despite Attacks – Management

The management of the University of Maiduguri has said official activities will continue at the institution despite the attack by three suicide bombers. “Following an emergency meeting at which management reviewed the situation, it was decided that all official activities …

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