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Gift Ogo Sets To Award Scholarship To Students

GIFT OGO SETS TO AWARD SCHOLARSHIP TO THE STUDENTS OF IME OBI SECONDARY SCHOOL AGBOR DELTA STATE.

    The CEO of giftnaija.com on Tuesday morning 3rd September 2017announced his one year free scholarship programme to the (JSS2) students of Ime Obi Secondary School Agbor Delta state, He stated that the reasons for the scholarship is to appreciate those who are seriously studying and for them to inspire others, he added that he is not that rich to award students scholarship but he is doing it for others to emulate those who are serious in learning.
GIFT OGO is a student of Delta state university Agbor campus and one of the STUDENTS TEACHERS in ime obi secondary school Agbor Delta state.


   WuJrHe said that his first supervision in ime obi secondary school stands as first test for the students to qualify while the second supervision stands as second test before he will finally conduct the main exam base on all he has previously taught them to know if they are really following, he also promised to come to ime obi secondary school next year for his (400L) final year teaching practice (TP) and to check the students performance for him to extend the scholarship programme to another year of learning, with some of the information we gathered, we noticed that he also rewarded the students who answered question for his first supervision and also those that make attempt but were not given the opportunity to answer, ime obi secondary school students and teachers described GIFT OGO as an Example of the youth they want in our society, a youth who understands the feelings of the less previledged, a model for other youths to emulates, a God fearing youth with good moral principles.
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The top five reasons you should choose the itel p51




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Everyone knows that itel is a household name in the area of mobile phones.Below i have five good and unarguably genuine reasons you should get an itel p51


  • THE BIG BATTERY:The battery of the itel p51 is not one to joke with,It boasts of a 5000 mah battery capacity.With a full charge this can take you up to 3 days without getting low.
  • 8MP BACK CAMERA :The back camera is awesome and    takes good shots of your memorable moments!

  •  OPERATING SYSTEM:The operating system if this device is the latest android 7.0 nougat which consists of  so many awesome features like the notifications bar,the split screen view(using two apps on the same screen at the same time!).the android nougat is the latest google experiment,so I see no reason why you should syill be without an itel p51.
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  • MEMORY:This is an important factor when it comes to buying a new android phone,you might be the type who fishes just any fancy app from the google play store,and here comes your problem, no memory!,but the itel p51 takes c are of this by giving you a 16 gigabyte rom which is expandable to 32 gig,now isn't  that awesome?
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  • THE SCREEN(DISPLAY):The screen of the itel p51 is a very big one and boasts of a whooping 5.5 display area which allows you to watch movies,play games,surf the net with great viewing experience.
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Davido insists that he is not involved in the killing of his friend



Nigerian pop star, David Adeleke, known as Davido, has reacted to the news circulating online that he was involved in the death of his friend Tagbo Umeike.
The young singer in a series of messages via his Snapchat said he was disappointed over false information circulating on the social media that he and his crew abandoned the body of Tagbo, at a hospital in Lagos and absconded.
He further said that people were mean for accusing him, adding that this was what he got for treating people like his brothers.
Nollywood actress, Caroline Danjuma, had alleged that Davido and his friends dumped Tagbo’s body at the Hospital after he died in his car Tuesday night.
According to Tagbo Umeike’s Facebook profile, he was a graduate of the Lagos State University.

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"Monkey Pox" takes over Yenagoa

 
“The monkeypox virus can cause a fatal illness in humans and, although it is similar to human smallpox which has been eradicated, it is much milder,” WHO says.

It was found out that a medical doctor and 10other persons who were infected with the monkeypox had been quarantined  at the Niger Delta University Teaching Hospital in Yenagoa Local Government Area of the state.
The isolation centre was reportedly created by the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control and the epidemiological team of the state’s Ministry of Health to control the spread of the virus.
The NCDC and the epidemiological team were said to be tracking 49 other persons who were said to have come in contact with persons who were already infected.
The state Commissioner for Health, Prof. Ebitimitula Etebu, confirmed the development, saying that samples of the virus had been sent to the World Health Organisation laboratory in Dakar, Senegal, for confirmation.
He described monkeypox as a viral illness caused by viruses that include chicken pox and smallpox, also sayingfirst case was noticed in the Democratic Republic of Congo and subsequent outbreaks in West African region.
The commissioner explained that the virus has the Central African and the West African types.
Etebu stated, “Recently in Bayelsa State, we noticed a suspected outbreak of monkeypox. It has not been confirmed. We have sent samples to the World Health Organisation’s reference laboratory in Dakar, Senegal.
”When that comes out, we will be sure that it is confirmed. But from all indications, it points towards it.
”As the name implies, the virus was first seen in monkey.
”The source is usually all animals. It was first seen in monkeys and that is why it is called monkeypox. But every bush animals such as rats, squirrels, and antelopes are involved.
“So, the secretions from particularly dead animals are highly contagious.”
He listed the symptoms of monkeypox as severe headache, fever, back pains, etc


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Senate still presses on scraping of post utme 


The Nigeria Senate wants post-UTME to be scrapped from tertiary institutions. Yesterday, the senate urged its committee on Tertiary Education to meet with relevant stakeholders, especially the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and come up with recommendations on how to achieve the goal
According to the Senate, the move has become imperative because the introduction of the post – UME examination has to a large extent failed to remedy the problems associated with the JAMB, adding that its continued existence has posed more challenges for Nigerian educational system.
The Senate has also called for the development of a strategy that would ensure the efficiency and integrity in the conduct of JAMB examination.
The resolutions of the Senate Tuesday followed a motion by Senator Umaru l. Kurfi, APC, Katsina Central and entitled, “The Need to revisit the regulatory conflict between Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) Universities in offering admission in Nigeria.”

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Five reasons Buhari is failing, By Malcolm Fabiyi

In the 2015 elections, President Muhammadu Buhari convinced Nigerians to do something that had never been done before – turn power over to the opposition party at the national level. In return, Nigerians expect him and his party, the APC, to do something that is hard to do – successfully steer Nigeria through turbulent economic and political waters.
The Nigerian people have held up their side of the bargain, by sweeping Mr. Buhari to the presidency and delivering the Senate, House of Representatives and the Governorship of a plurality of states to the APC. In doing so, Nigerians provided Mr. Buhari with every tool that a president needs to succeed.
Over one year later, the promise of change has become a premise of doom. Nigeria is ravaged by an economy in recession, heightening insecurity, epileptic power supply and a host of other ills.
Here are five major factors that have contributed to the Buhari government’s failings in steering the Nigerian ship of state.
Issue 1: No sense of urgency
Mr. Buhari is slow and steady. However, while a slow and steady hand might be needed for a pediatrician that delivers babies, fast and firm hands are required for a surgeon that is working in the emergency wing of a hospital.  Nigeria is in the emergency wing. Patient Nigeria’s condition cannot be managed with aspirin. The nation needs to be wheeled immediately into the operating theater and worked on, fervently, and with a sense of utmost urgency.
Mr. Buhari does not seem to have the same view of the condition of patient Nigeria that the rest of the country has. Six months into his administration, Buhari was yet to name his government. When the names emerged, it was one that he could have come up with on day one. No one knows how hard Mr. Buhari tried to find capable Nigerians to join him in steering the ship of state. Yet somehow, of the 170 million Nigerians that are alive, some of whom are doing big things in Nigeria and beyond, it was the present batch of overused, recycled names and faces that Mr. Buhari brought forward.
No one knows how Mr. Buhari made his selection. No one knows why it took him six months to select a weak bench. However, this is how the world’s best nations and companies do it: they commission experts to do the job. The experts would be given a brief, told the types of men and women that the government is seeking, and asked to roam the world in search of talent. Nigeria does this all the time when we are seeking for soccer talent to put in the National teams.
Mr. Buhari’s lack of urgency extends beyond how he selected his cabinet. For the last two years, Fulani herdsmen and farming communities have engaged in what can only be called ethnic warfare – that has razed villages to the ground and killed thousands of people. Yet nothing has been done to stop the killings. The power sector is comatose, yet no workable, practical plan has been put forward for addressing the issues. Militancy is on the rise in the Niger Delta, yet no coherent plan for winning the war or policing the peace has been proposed.
And for a nation that is trying to encourage foreign direct investment, it should not take over one year to appoint ambassadors.
Issue 2: Hiring for loyalty
Mr. Buhari values loyalty above all things. It is easy to understand why this is the case. Mr. Buhari was aided to power in 1983 by his friends. By 1985, the same friends had toppled him. Mr. Buhari seems to have decided that he prefers brothers to friends. In speeches and comments that he has made since becoming President, Mr. Buhari has used the loyalty argument to explain away his most baffling appointments.
A President that is committed to success, must act in the interest of the nation. They must be willing and open to making themselves vulnerable, if that is the price of progress. Without overcoming this inner battle that drives them towards loyalty above all else, they will be doomed to embracing the familiar but frail grip of mediocrity rather than the uncertain but ultimately successful grasp of progress.
Issue 3: Policy Vacuum
At the beginning of his administration, Mr. Buhari told Nigerians the many things he thought was wrong with the country. He bemoaned the fact that Nigerians imported things as basic as toothpick. He talked about how frustrated he was that the judicial system was hampering his anti-corruption war.
Almost one year later, nothing has changed. Mr. Buhari, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and leader of the party that controls the Senate and the House of Representatives is still lamenting.
Not a single coherent and consistent policy framework that is aimed at correcting many of the ills that Buhari has complained about have been put in place. Nothing has been done to make it easier for Nigerian businessmen to manufacture toothpick in Nigeria than for them to import it. There are no trains and inland water networks that will help them transport the wood that they need from the forests to the cities where their production sites and customers are. There are no plans for providing them with the energy they need to cut the wood, shave and package it. There are no policies that provide investors with access to capital at interest rates that encourage local production. There are no environmental policies that will regulate how trees are cut down and ensure that deforestation does not result, once we start making our own toothpick.
It does not matter what sector one looks at, the issues are exactly the same – the Buhari government is doing nothing of substance to enable Nigeria’s growth. Till date, the Petroleum Industry Bill, which experts all agree is key to unlocking the immense potential of Nigeria’s downstream oil sector has continued to languish.
Issue 4: A Half Hearted Anti – Corruption War
Mr. Buhari rode to power on the back of the Horse called Anticorruption. Over one year later, Nigerians are still watching the horse show. Not a single conviction has been secured in any of the major corruption cases. Despite over one year of high drama, corruption has not been banished in the country that is led by a man elected on the platform of eradicating corruption.
Buhari has complained about the judicial system that drags out cases, and a judiciary that appears complicit in corruption. Yet, he has not sent a single bill to the national assembly to modify Nigeria’s laws so that the walls of protection that the current laws offer to the corrupt can be brought down. And for those who would argue that the National Assembly would never pass such bills – here is what the Nigerian people say: let the President at least try and then he will see how a nation will rise to defend a President that is carrying out the will of the people.
In poll after poll, Nigerians have demonstrated that they will support the President if he as to ask for speedier trials and stiffer penalties.
Corruption comes dressed as many things. In its most familiar garb, it is the pilfering of public funds. But corruption is also providing employment to ones cronies and family members without due process. While the political expediency of ignoring corruption within one’s own party can be understood, it should not be tolerated. Corruption is an infectious disease. It cannot be managed. It needs to be eradicated.
So far, Mr. Buhari has not lived up to the lofty expectations Nigerians had. As time passes, Mr. Buhari’s anti-corruption war increasingly seems to be little more than a handy distraction for an increasingly critical populace.
Issue 5: Economy – Firefighting Approach, No Strategy
When the history of Mr. Buhari’s term in office will be written, Nigerians will not remember how many people were locked up for corruption. They will not remember how many Boko Haram insurgents were taken off the battle field. They will not remember how many pipelines were blown up by militants. They will only remember whether it was a period of prosperity or a period of lack. So far, Buhari’s term has been a period of abject lack and debilitating poverty.
For those who say Mr. Buhari inherited a mess that needs time to be cleaned up, here is a simple response: it was a mess he fought hard to inherit. Mr. Buhari was not running for president in Egypt. From 2003 till 2015 – 12 long years, Mr. Buhari fought for the opportunity to lead Nigeria. He knew that Nigeria was not saving for a rainy day. He knew that oil prices were dropping precipitously. He knew that the national assembly was expert at padding budgets. He knew that politicians and civil servants were pilfering public funds. He talked about all these problems incessantly when he was running for office.
Anyone looking to see how courageous leaders respond when they inherit a mess should look to Barack Obama. In 2008, he was handed the worst recession that America had seen in over 40 years. His response was epic. He rolled out the largest stimulus program ever implemented by a nation, and hired the best minds in the country. He also threw petty loyalties aside and invited former rivals like Hilary Clinton into his cabinet. Seven years later, 15 million jobs have been gained, and the USA is perhaps the best performing developed economy in the world.
Despite knowing Nigeria’s dire condition, Mr. Buhari did not seem prepared for the challenge of running a nation that was overly reliant on a single commodity for its sustenance. One year later, nothing seems to have changed. While the Buhari government’s fiscal policy is supposedly geared towards encouraging investment, the monetary policy put out by the central bank is geared towards mopping up liquidity. Raising interest rates is a way to reduce inflation if the reason for rising prices is an excess of cash in the system. In Nigeria’s case, inflation was caused by the weakening of the Naira, not excess liquidity.
There must be better coordination in his government. Fiscal and monetary policy must be aligned. However, there can be no coordination until the strategic aims of the government becomes clear to all. What exactly is the goal of the Buhari government? Is the goal to increase employment or to curb inflation? Is the goal to encourage local production, or encourage foreign direct investment? Or is it to do all of the above? What sectors are being targeted for growth?
The sad truth is this – no one in Buhari’s government can articulate what the strategic aims are. And if they can, they are certainly not sharing that information with Nigerians.
Conclusion
Mr. Buhari can still succeed. However, to right this sinking ship, he must do some things that he has not shown himself capable of doing in the last year – recognize the fierce urgency of the moment, overcome his innermost fears, and do right by the Nigerian people. Nigerians still believe in change. In the balance of his term, President Buhari must show himself worthy of the trust of the Nigerian people by giving them a government worthy of their expectations.
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UPDATED: Even if Buhari runs in 2019, I will support Atiku, Minister says

The Minister of Women Affairs, Aisha Alhassan, has restated her position that she will support a former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, for the 2019 presidential election.
Mrs. Alhassan, in an interview with BBC Hausa, added that even if President Muhammadu Buhari decides to contest in 2019, she would still support Mr. Abubakar.
“Atiku is my godfather even before I joined politics,” she said in Hausa. “And again, Baba Buhari did not tell us that he is going to run in 2019.”
“Let me tell you today that if Baba said he is going to contest in 2019, I swear to Allah, I will go before him and kneel and tell him that ‘Baba I am grateful for the opportunity you gave me to serve your government as a minister but Baba just like you know I will support only Atiku because he is my godfather. If Atiku said he is going to contest.”
Mrs. Alhassan, popularly called Mama Taraba, added that she is not scared of being relieved of her job as minister.
“If because of what I said, I am sacked, it will not bother me because I believe in Allah, that my time has elapsed that is why…”
“Baba is not a mad man like those calling for my sack. They have been sending it and spreading that if Baba sees this I will be sacked.”
PREMIUM TIMES reported how a video leaked of Mrs. Alhassan indicating her intention to support Mr. Abubakar in 2019.
Although the former vice president has not publicly declared his intention, he is believed to be strategizing and building a coalition for the 2019 elections.
President Buhari has also not declared if he will run for a second term despite his health challenges.
Read the full translation of Mrs. Alhassan’s interview with BBC below:
BBC: Your Excellency, you said you hope former Vice president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, become the president of Nigeria in 2019, why did you make this statement?
Atiku is my godfather even before I join politics, and again Baba Buhari did not tell us that he is going to run in 2019. And let me tell you today that if Baba said he is going to contest in 2019, I swear to Allah I will go before him and kneel and tell him that ‘Baba I am grateful for the opportunity you gave me to serve your government as a minister. But Baba just like you know I will support only Atiku because he is my godfather.’ (That is) if Atiku said he is going to contest; as we are talking now Atiku has not said he is going to contest. Why I said our president in 2019 is because we all hope he is going to contest, but he never told us that he is going to contest. But if he said he is going to contest I will surely do what I told you I will do.
Because if Atiku said he is going to contest and I remain in the cabinet of Baba while Baba also wants to contest, then I have become a hypocrite and I am not one. If I said I am not with Atiku, Buhari himself will not trust me at all because he will say I am a hypocrite.
BBC: Is it not early to start campaigning?
Yes I made this statement when we went for a courtesy call during Sallah festivities, I am not going to stand before him and campaign, besides this is not the time for campaign. Even when my people asked me to come out and start campaigning, I told them this is not the time for that. This is the time to work for the people.
This is the work of my political enemies, they have been going round saying I should be sacked as minister. I never hoped to be a minister, Allah gave it to me If I get sacked, it will not bother me because I believe in Allah, that my time has elapsed; because I believe only Allah do and undo. And you think Baba is a mad man like those calling for my sack? They have been sending it and spreading that if Baba sees this I will be sacked. He will not sack me from being a minister because of this, only if I commit another offence. I am doing my job as a minister with all my heart and I always protect this government because it is a government of APC. And Baba our President, the President of Nigeria and somebody that I respect even before I joined politics. I will continue to respect him as a man of integrity. For those who are saying I will be sacked, they will be shamed. And even if I am sacked, I believe it is my time as minister that has ended. I never asked for it, Allah gave it to me.
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Young University Lady Ties Towel to Lectures


A young lady from botswana has currently gone viral after she wore only a towel to her university this is according to twitter user Oaitse‏
@Oaitse42 who broke the news;
University of Botswana student wore a towel to school  (Dope) Yes or no?
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Man Who Impregnated His Sister-In-Law Find Out That Another Man Impregnated His Wife

This story actually sounds as a series in Telemundo or Zeeworld but I can assure you, it is not. This is real and I should add, it the real twist of fate. An Igando Customary Court in Lagos on Thursday dissolved a 12-year-old marriage between one Francis Stephen,45, and his wife, Ogechi,36, over impregnation of sister-in-law.
The President of the Court, Mr Adegboye Omilola, said the court had no choice, but to dissolve the union as the petitioner (wife) insisted on divorce in spite of its mediation and family members’ intervention.
“Since the petitioner insisted on divorce after several interventions, the court has no choice than to dissolve the union in spite of the fact that the husband still claims he loves his wife. “The court pronounced the marriage between Mrs Ogechi Stephen and Mr Francis Stephen dissolved today; both parties henceforth, cease to be husband and wife. “Both parties are free to go their separate ways without any hindrances or molestation,” the president said.
Earlier, Ogechi had told the court that her husband for whom she had four children, impregnated her younger sister in 2016.

“When I gave birth, I invited my sister to come and assist me to take care of the child, but I did not know that my husband had established a love relationship with her. “She confessed to me that my husband was responsible for her pregnancy when I discovered that she was pregnant,” she said.
The 36-year-old housewife accused her husband of throwing out her belongings and sent her to her village that he was no longer interested in the marriage. Ogechi, who described the man as a drunk, said: 
“he had accused me on several occasions of poisoning his food and would refuse to eat my food.” “My husband is a threat to my life; he always drinks to stupor. “He had threatened to burn me with fuel; in fact, he had used hot pressing iron to burn me.” She alleged that her brother-in-law also assaulted her sexually. “My husband’s brother used to touch my breasts and anytime I reported him to my husband, he did not caution him.
The petitioner prayed the court to terminate the marriage. In his submission, Stephen also accused his wife of infidelity, saying she was involved in a relationship with a man who impregnated her and she later attempted to abort it.
“I got to know when she got pregnant for one of her lovers and she went for an unsuccessful abortion. “On that fateful night, she was crying seriously and rolling on the floor that her stomach was paining her. I rushed her to the hospital where it was revealed that she had an abortion that was not properly done.
“Her lover came and he confessed to me that he was responsible for the pregnancy. “He told me that he only slept with my wife five times, but my wife denied it and said it was only four times and I paid the doctor to do it again. “Ogechi is also sleeping with her pastor,” he alleged.
He said that his wife accused his brother of assaulting her sexually because he caught her making love to that man that impregnated her on our matrimonial bed.
According to him, Ogechi packed out of the house at her own will.

“I never threw her belonging out nor sent her to her village. “My wife packed out last Dec. 27, 2016 when I told her we will be going to her village on December 29 for her to tell her parents about her adulterous life.” Stephen urged the court not to grant his wife’s wish for the dissolution of marriage, saying “I still love her because of the children.”
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UNIUYO Part-time Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Sandwich, Certificate & Diploma Admission 2017/2018

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Certificate, Diploma, Part-time Undergraduate, Sandwich, Postgraduate Diploma, Masters, Doctorate and Professional Programmes of the University of Uyo, for the 2017/2018 academic session.



 FACULTY OF ARTS DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE


a.  Certificate Course in French (CCF)

FACULTY OF ARTS


b.  Certificate course in Music (CIM)

(II) FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES


Certificate in Fine & Industrial Arts (CFA)

(III) Admission Requirements


A minimum of three (3) credits including English Language at the (WASC/NECO/GCE) or its equivalent are required for admission into the One year Certificate programme.

NOTE:


1.The  successful  completion  of  the  Certificate  Programme  could  enable  successful  candidates  to  seek admission through Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) into any Nigerian University, including University of Uyo, provided that they meet  the specific University, Faculty and Departmental admission  requirements.  Candidates  must  ensure  that  they  had  registered  with  JAMB. Candidates whose names are not found in the 2016/2017 UTME will NOT be admitted.

TWO (2) ACADEMIC YEARS FULL-TIME  DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES


(I)  FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE


a.  Dept. of Human Ecology, Nutrition & Dietetics
i.  Diploma in Hotel Management and Catering Services (DHMCS)
b.  Centre for Wetlands  and Waste Management Studies
i.  Diploma in Wetlands Environmental Management and Conservation (DWEMC)
ii.   Diploma in Environmental Health Management (DEHM)

(II) FACULTY OF ARTS


i.  Diploma in Theatre Arts (DTA)
ii.   Diploma in International History and Diplomacy (DIHD)
iii.   Diploma in Music Arts (DMA)
iv.  Diploma in Philosophy (DIP)
v.  Diploma in Mass Communication (DMC)
vi.  Diploma in English (DIE)
vii.  Diploma in Religious Studies (DRS)

2 (III)  FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


a.  Diploma in Insurance (DII)

(IV). FACULTY OF CLINICAL SCIENCES


a.  Professional Diploma in Biomedical Photography (DBP)

(V) FACULTY OF EDUCATION


(a)  Diploma in Library Science (DLS)
(b)  Diploma in Educational Technology (DET)
(c)  Diploma in Physical Education and Sports (DPES)

(VI) FACULTY OF LAW


Diploma in Law (DIL)

(VII) FACULTY OF SCIENCE


a.  Diploma in Computer Science (DICS)
b.  Diploma in Health, Safety, Security and Environment (DIHSSE)

(VIII) FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES


a.  Diploma in Public Admin. (DPA)
b.  Diploma in Local Government & Rural Development (DLG)
c.  Diploma in Personnel Management (DPM)
d. Diploma in Public Finance (DPF)
e. Diploma in International Relations (DIR).
f. Diploma in Social Work and Community Development (DSWD)
g. Diploma in Environment and Development (DED)
Note:  Successful  completion  of  the  Diploma  programmes  could  enable  applicants  seek  admission  by Direct entry into the University of Uyo or any other University in Nigeria.

General Admission Requirements


Candidates should possess (WASC/NECO/GCE) or its equivalent with Credit passes in four (4) subjects and  above  at  not  more  than  two  sittings  including  English  Language  and  other  Departmental requirements.  Diploma in Religious Studies requires at least four credit passes at the WASC/NECO/GCE ordinary level which must include English Language and Christian Religious Knowledge.

METHOD OF APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES


Eligible candidates should pay a non-refundable sum  of N5, 500.00  (Five thousand, five hundred  naira) only via Remita Payment Platform.
Online Registration and payment instruction.
1.  Visit http:/eportals.uniuyo.edu.ng or www.uniuyo.edu.ng (click on e-portals link)
2.  Select Certificate/Diploma Link and Click on Create Account Link
3.  Enter your details and click on Create Account Button
4.  Click on Make Payment
5.  Select Bank Option or Card Option
6.  Click on Generate e-Invoice (Bank Option) or Online Payment (Card Option)
7.  Click  on  Print  e-Invoice  (To  generate  Remita  Retrieval  Reverence  (RRR)  Number  to  make
payment at any Bank Branch)
8.  For card option, select the payment types and click pay. On the payment platform displayed, enter
your card details and click the “pay”button.
9.  After payment at the bank or via card, return to the portal and click on Login Form Link and enter
your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) Number generated, to complete your registration.

PART-TIME UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


1.  FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE


i. B. Agric. Agricultural Economics and Extension
ii. B. Agric in Crops Science
iii. B. Agric in Soil Science
iv. B. Forestry in Forestry and Wildlife
v. B.Fisheries in Fisheries and Aquaculture
vi B.Sc. in Home Economics

2.   FACULTY OF ARTS:


a. B. A Comm. Arts
b. B.A English
c. B.A His.& Int. Studies
d. B.A Philosophy

3. FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:


B. Sc. Accounting.
B.Sc. Business Management
B. Sc. Banking & Finance
B.Sc. Marketing.

4.FACULTY OF EDUCATION


a. B. A. (Ed) English
b. B. Ed Social Studies
c. B. Ed Guidance & Counseling
d. B. Sc. (Ed) Political Science
e. B.Sc.(Ed) Health Education
f. B. Ed Pre-Primary & Primary Education
g. Bachelor of Library and Information Science (BLIS)
h. Business Education
  Accounting
  Office Management
i.  Technical Education
  Electrical/Electronic Technology
  Auto/Metal Technology
  Woodwork/Building Technology
j.  Home Economics Education
k.  Computer Education
l.   Agricultural Education

5. FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES


a.  Dept. of Economics
B.Sc. Economics
b.   Dept. of Political Science/Public Administration
B.Sc. Political Science/Public Administration
d.    Dept. of Sociology & Anthropology
B.Sc. Sociology & Anthropology

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS/INFORMATION


i.  Candidates  should  possess  (WASC/NECO/GCE)  or  their  equivalent  with  credit  passes  in  five  (5) subjects at not more than two sittings, including English Language and other specific Departmental and Faculty requirements as specified in the JAMB brochure.
ii.   Candidates  are  expected  to  score  a  minimum  of  180  and  above  in  the  2016  Unified  Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME).
iii.   All candidates applying for admission into any of the Undergraduate Programmes must possess the academic qualifications as specified by the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board for subject of choice.
iv.  Undergraduate programmes run for five (5) years for UTME candidates and four (4) years for Direct Entry candidates, except  programmes  in the  Faculty of Agriculture  which runs  for six (6) years for UTME and five (5) years for Direct Entry candidates, respectively.

DIRECT ENTRY CANDIDATES


i.  For Direct Entry admission, candidates are expected to possess at least two (2) A/Level papers, NCE, Ordinary National Diploma or equivalent University Diploma (at acceptable levels) in related areas plus (WASC/NECO/GCE) or their equivalent at not more than two sittings, with credit passes in five (5) subjects including English Language, and other specific departmental requirements.
ii.   Candidates must attach the photocopies of their UTME Direct Entry SLIPS for 2016/2017.
iii.   Candidates are expected to pass the University of Uyo qualifying Screening Exercise

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR UNDERGRADUATE APPLICANTS


1.  Please  note  that  all  candidates  with  SSC  examination  results  obtained  before  2010  must  present their Certificates. Statement of results for earlier years will not be accepted.
2.  Candidates  must  ensure  that  they  had  registered  with  JAMB.  Candidates  whose  names  are  not found  in  the  2016/2017  UTME  and  Direct  Entry  Printout  will  NOT  be  allowed  into  the  screening halls.
Note:  (i)  The  same  passport  used  for  the  online  registration  will  be  used  during  the  screening  and registration after offer of admission.
(ii) No complaint of wrong Bio-Data or blank picture will be entertained after submission.
(iii) Candidates who up-load wrong Bio-Data will be automatically disqualified.
Note: Only forms of candidates who comply with the registration procedures outlined will be processed.
Candidates are required to come for the Screening Exercise with the following items:
(i)  One (1) copy of the University of Uyo 2016 ONLINE registration form dully completed with the
passport-size photograph printed in colour.
Note: Only colour printout will be accepted.
5 (ii)  Two (2) recent passport-size photographs on red background (same photograph as the one used
for the online  registration) with the name and signature of the candidates on the reverse side
of the photographs. These should be packaged in a quarto-size envelope and labeled with the candidate’s name and department.
(iii)  HB pencil, eraser and sharpener

METHOD OF APPLICATION FOR PART-TIME UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES


Eligible candidates should  pay a non-refundable sum  of N7,500.00  (Seven  thousand, five hundred naira) only via Remita Payment Platform.

Online Registration and payment instruction.


1.  Visit http:/eportals.uniuyo.edung or www.uniuyo.edu.ng (click on e-portals link)
2.  Select  Post UTME (part-time) or Direct Entry (Part-time) for Direct Entry candidates  Link and
Click on Create Account Link
3.  Enter your details and click on Create Account Button
4.  Click on Make Payment
5.  Select Bank Option or Card Option
6.  Click on Generate e-Invoice (Bank Option) or Online Payment (Card Option)
7.  Click  on  Print  e-Invoice  (To  generate  Remita  Retrieval  Reverence  (RRR)  Number  to  make
payment at any Bank Branch)
8.  For card option, select the payment types and click pay. On the payment platform displayed, enter
your card details and click the “Pay” button.
9.  After payment at the bank or via card, return to the portal and click on Login Form Link and enter
your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) Number generated, to complete your registration.

SANDWICH PROGRAMMES


(A) B. A. (Ed.) in:
a. English
b. Fine Arts
c. French
d. History
e. Religion
f. Music
(B) B.Sc. (Ed.) in:
a.  Biology
b.  Chemistry
c.  Mathematics
d.  Physics
e.  Integrated Science
f.  Physical Education
g.  Health Education
(C) B.Sc. (Ed.) in:
a.  Economics
b.  Geography
c.  Political Science
(D ) B.Sc. (Ed.) in:
a.  Business Education (Accounting/Office Management)
b.  Home Economics Education
c.  Agricultural Education
d.  Technical Education
  Electrical/Electronics Technology
  Auto/Metal Technology
  Woodwork/Building Technology
e.  Computer Education
(E ) B. Ed. in:
a.  Pre-Primary & Primary Education
b.  Guidance and Counseling
c.  Special Education
d.  Social Studies
(F) B. L. S. (Ed.) in:
Library & Information Science

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION


Only holders of the following qualifications are eligible to apply:
i.  NCE with a minimum of eight (8) points and above in Education and the teaching subjects.
ii.  General  Nursing  and  Midwifery/Psychiatry  Nursing  with  at  least  three  (3)  years  post  qualification experience may be eligible for admission for Health Education.
iii.  Candidates  with  (i)  or  (ii)  above  must,  in  addition,  possess  five  (5)  subjects  at  GCE  (O/L), NECO/WASC/TC II, SSC including English Language at not more than two sittings and any other specific departmental requirement.
iv.  Programmes  in  Sciences,  Vocational  Education  and  Library  Science  require  a  credit  pass  in Mathematics. Holders of Diploma in Library Science with at least Lower Credit are also eligible for admission into BLIS Library & Information Science
Please  note  that  a  credit  pass  in  Chemistry  is  a  requirement  for  candidates  intending  to  offer  Home Economics Education and Agricultural Education.
Duration of the programme.
Candidates will complete the programme in five years (slots) of nine (9) weeks each.

METHOD OF APPLICATION FOR SANDWICH PROGRAMMES


Eligible  candidates  should  pay  a  non-refundable  sum  of  N8,  000.00  (Eight  thousand  naira)  only  via Remita Payment Platform.

Online Registration and payment instruction.


1.  Visit http:/eportals.uniuyo.edu.ng or www.uniuyo.edu.ng (click on e-portals link)
2.  Select Sandwich Link and Click on Create Account Link
3.  Enter your details and click on Create Account Button
4.  Click on Make Payment
5.  Select Bank Option or Card Option
6.  Click on Generate e-Invoice (Bank Option) or Online Payment (Card Option)
7.  Click  on  Print  e-Invoice  (To  generate  Remita  Retrieval  Reverence  (RRR)  Number  to  make
payment at any Bank Branch)
8.  For card option, select the payment types and click pay. On the payment platform displayed, enter
your card details and click the “pay”button.
9.  After payment at the bank or via card, return to the portal and click on Login Form Link and enter
your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) Number generated, to complete your registration.

POSTGRADUATE  DIPLOMA,  MASTERS  AND  DOCTORATE  (Ph.D)  DEGREE


PROGRAMMES


A. POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA,


(I) FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE


a. Postgraduate Diploma in Agricultural Economics & Farm Management,
b. Postgraduate Diploma in Agricultural Extension and Rural Development
c. Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Health Management (PGDEHM)
d .Postgraduate Diploma in Wetlands Environmental Management and Conservation (PGDWEMC)
e. Postgraduate Diploma in Aquaculture.
f. Postgraduate Diploma in Fisheries.
g. Postgraduate Diploma in Aquatic Environmental Management.
i. Postgraduate Diploma in Food Science & Technology.
j. Postgraduate Diploma in Soil Science.
K .Postgraduate Diploma in Forestry & Wildlife.

(II)FACULTY OF ARTS


a. Postgraduate Diploma in Mass Communication (PGDMC)
b. Postgraduate Diploma in Non-violent Communication (PGDNVC)
c. Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Peace and Conflict Studies (PGDPCS)
d. Postgraduate Diploma in Religious and Cultural Studies (PGDRCS)
e. Postgraduate Diploma in Philosophy (PGDP)
f. Postgraduate Diploma in Music Arts (PGDMA)
d. Postgraduate Diploma in Theatre Arts (PGDTA)

(III)  FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


a.  Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (PGDBA)

(IV) FACULTY OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES


a.  Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Management (PGDEM)
b.  Postgraduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning (PGD-URP)
c.  Professional Postgraduate Diploma  in Tourism, Planning and Management

(VI)  FACULTY OF SCIENCE


a.  Postgraduate Diploma in Botany and Ecological Studies
b.  Postgraduate Diploma in computer Science
c.  Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Health, Safety, Security and Environment (PGD HSSE)

(VII)   FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES


a.  Postgraduate Diploma in Public Administration (PGDPA)
b.  Postgraduate Diploma in International Relations (PGDIR)
c.  Postgraduate Diploma in Local Government & Rural Development (PGDLG)
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d.  Postgraduate Diploma in Sociology/Anthropology (PGDSA)
e.  Postgraduate Diploma in Development Planning (PGDPD)
f.  Postgraduate Diploma in Geographic Information System (PGDIS)
g.  Postgraduate Diploma in Environment and Development (PGDED)

(B) MASTERS PROGRAMMES


FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE


a.  Masters of Science in Environmental Health Management

FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


a.  Professional - Master of Business Administration (MBA Executive)

FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES


Department of Sociology/Anthropology
a. M.SC. Public Order and Information Management (MPOIM)
Department of Political Science/Public Administration
a. Professional - Master of Public Administration (MPA, without dissertation)
Clement Isong Centre for Development Studies
a. M.Sc. Development Planning

(C) DOCTORATE DEGREE PROGRAMME


FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES


Department of Sociology/Anthropology
a. Ph.D. in Public Order and Information Management (MPOIM)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS


Postgraduate Programmes


To qualify for admission into Postgraduate Diploma (PGD) Programmes, candidate must be a graduate of the University of Uyo, or any other University recognized by the Senate  of the University of Uyo, or a person who holds a qualification adjudged by the Senate of the University of Uyo to be equivalent to a First  Degree  and  must  hold  at  least  a  third  class  degree.   Holders  of  a  recognized  Higher  National Diploma with Lower Credit in the relevant disciplines could also apply.
Graduate  who  possess  a  minimum  of  a  pass  degree  in  Sociology  Anthropology  or  Social  Work  from recognized tertiary institutions can also apply for Postgraduate Diploma in Public Order and Information Management,

Masters Degree Programmes


To qualify for admission into a Masters Degree Programme, applicants must hold at least a Bachelor’s Degree  (not  lower  than  a  Second  class  Lower  Division)  in  any  relevant  discipline  or  a  Postgraduate Diploma  in their relevant field  of study.  All  Applicants must satisfy the basic  UTME requirements for Bachelor’s degree.

Ph.D Degree Programmes


1.  M.Sc.  graduates  in  Public  Order  and  Information  Management  from  the  University  of  Uyo  or other institutions recognized by Senate of the University of Uyo for this purpose.
2.  Candidates  who  possess  master  degree  in  the  Social  Science,  Arts  and  Management  Sciences from  Institutions  recognized  by  the  University  of  Uyo  Senate  for  this  purpose  and  who  also possess post graduate diploma in Public Order and Information Management with relevant work experience.

DURATION


1.  For  Postgraduate  Diploma,  three  (3)  Semesters  with  (3)  Months  Industrial  Attachment  where necessary.
2.  For  Masters  Degree  in  Public  Administration  (MPA)  Three  (3)  Semesters  of  Intensive  Course Work and Long Essay.
3.  For Master of Business Administration (MBA) (Executive) four (4) semesters of Intensive Course Work and a Research Project.
4.  Ph.D. in Public Order and Information Management six (6) semesters.

ELIGIBILITY


Applicants are expected to meet the Departmental Requirements.
1.  Application forms without transcripts shall not be considered.
2.  NYSC discharge or Exemption Certificate shall be required as well except in special circumstances.
Applicants for Masters programmes shall be subjected to Screening Test as part of the admission

METHOD  OF  APPLICATION  FOR  POSTGRADUATE  DIPLOMA,  MASTERS  AND


DOCTORATE  (Ph.D)  DEGREE  PROGRAMMES  OF  THE  SCHOOL  OF  CONTINUING


EDUCATION AND PROFFESSIONAL STUDIES


Eligible candidates should pay a non-refundable sum  of N10, 500.00  (Ten  thousand, five hundred naira)
only via Remita Payment Platform.
Online Registration and payment instruction.
1.  Visit http:/eportals.uniuyo.edu.ng or www.uniuyo.edu.ng (click on e-portals link)
2.  Select Postgraduate (Part-time) link and Click on Create Account Link
3.  Enter your details and click on Create Account Button
4.  Click on Make Payment
5.  Select Bank Option or Card Option
6.  Click on Generate e-Invoice (Bank Option) or Online Payment (Card Option)
7.  Click  on  Print  e-Invoice  (To  generate  Remita  Retrieval  Reverence  (RRR)  Number  to  make
payment at any Bank Branch)
8.  For card option, select the payment types and click pay. On the payment platform displayed, enter
your card details and click the “pay”button.
9.  After payment at the bank or via card, return to the portal and click on Login Form Link and enter
your Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) Number generated, to complete your registration.

CLOSING DATE


Closing  date  for  registration  is  Eight  (8)  weeks  from  the  date  of  the  Advertisement.   Venue and Date for the screening will be communicated to the candidates later.
 
 
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