ASUU, NASU, SSANU shut down UNN indefinitely, demand VC’s sack

Barely 24 hours after the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, called off its 5-month old strike, the University of Nigeria Nsukka, UNN, has been shut down indefinitely by the institution’s workers.

At a heavy protest in the University on Wednesday, all the workers union demanded the immediate sack of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Bartho Okolo.

Okolo is being accused of corrupt practices and neglect of due process in running the affairs of the university.

Details later…

- DailyPostNG

ASUU Finally Calls Off Strike after NEC Meeting

ASUU Has finally called off the 6 months old 2013 Strike after a NEC Meeting in Federal University Of Tecnology, Minna.

In regards to our news in the Morning, The Union Executives Were in a meeting which will decide if the strike should go on or be called off.

We will bring More Info on the Discussions that were talked about in the meeting soon.

Stay Tuned.

UNIUYO Resumes 6th January for 2013/2014 Academic session

The University of Uyo, UNIUYO wishes to inform members of the public that Senate at its Special Meeting held on Monday, December 09, 2013 approved;

i) That the University be re-opened for normal academic activities on Monday, January 06, 2014;
ii) Friday, January 03, 2014 as deadline for payment of the surcharge of #10,000.00(ten thousand naira) each imposed on students of the Faculty of engineering and #7,500.00(Seven thousand five hundred naira) each, for other students excluding Predegree, Sandwich, Part-time and Postgraduate Students.

By this notice, students are requested to comply accordingly.

Mrs. Edak U. Umondak

UNN 2013/2014 2nd Supplementary Admission List Released

This is to Inform the General Public, especially candidates who applied and sat for the University Of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) Supplementary Admission Excercise that the institution has released the 2nd List of students who were offered provissional admission into the Various Programmes offered by the school Via Supplementary Admission.

Concerned candidates who wish to check their admission List are Buy daily sun newspaper 16th December, 2013, and check in pages 35-39 to check their Names..

For Now, The List has not been Uploaded online. We will inform you all once It has Been Uploaded!!
Good Luck!!!

Wait until we give go ahead, Delta ASUU tells striking lecturers

ALTHOUGH the Delta State Commissioner for Higher Education, Prof. Hope Eghagha has called on students to return back to classes, the leadership of Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) in the State led by Dr. Emmanuel Mordi is insisting that lecturers should still hold on until necessary protocols are concluded.

He has therefore told his colleagues to remain at home until they get the green light from the local ASUU over the suspension of the strike.

Mordi insisted that “after the suspension of the strike by NEC and briefing of DELSU congress on the outcome of NEC meeting lecturers will be free to resume teaching.

“The University administration as the University Senate may direct, will make the revised academic calendar public and all things being equal, this should happen in the next 96 hours”, he stated.

Academic activities were yet to commence at the Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka and Anwai-Asaba campuses even as the State.

Commissioner Hope Eghagha made the appeal at the official handover ceremony of e-library complex at the Anwai-Asaba campus, weekend while urging parents to ensure that their children and wards go back to their campuses as government had invested much in the provision of educational facilities in DELSU and other state-owned higher institutions.

Welcoming the Commissioner, the Vice Chancellor of DELSU, Prof. Eric Arubayi represented by the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academics, Prof. Chukwuemeka Aloamaka thanked the State government for building a library of world class in the university noting that the library edifice has boosted the image of the university and would also enhance the accreditation of many courses in the university.
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Federal University, Kashere (FUK) 2013/2014 Admission List Released!!

The general public and, especially the applicants are hereby notified that, following their application for admission into the Federal University, Kashere, through the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board for 2013/2014 Academic Session, the University hereby releases the list of successful Candidates.

Accordingly, collection of Admission Letters will commence on 2nd January, 2014 at the University Campus, Kashere, Gombe State, while registration details will be announced later.

Successful candidates should however note that they MUST posses 5 ‘O’ level Credits including English, Mathematics as well as correct subject combination for their programmes of admission before they could be allowed to register.

Interested candidates who wish to check their admission Status on the Released List can do so by Clicking Here




1.0    Sunday, 8th December, 2013
  • Returning Students Arrives
2.0    Monday, 9th December, 2013 – Saturday, 21st December, 2013
  • Lectures resume for returning students
3.0    Monday, 23rd December, 2013 – Sunday, 5th January, 2014
  • Christmas Break
4.0    Monday, 6th January – Friday, 14th March, 2014
  • Lectures Continues
5.0    Monday, 17th March – Friday, 21st March, 2014
  • Revision
6.0    Monday, 24th March, 2014 – Friday,  11th April, 2014
  • Second Semester Examinations for returning students
7.0    Wednesday,  7th May, 2014
  • Extra-ordinary Meeting of Senate to consider Second Semester 2012/2013 Results


1.0    Sunday, 8th December – Friday, 20th December, 2013
  • Fresh Students Arrives
  • Registration of Fresh Students (Monday, 9th December, 2013 – Friday, 20th December, 2013)
2.0    Monday, 23rd December, 2013 –  Sunday, 5th January, 2014
  • Christmas Break
3.0  Monday 6th January – Friday, 28th March, 2014
  • Lectures begins for fresh students
4.0  Monday, 31st March – Friday, 4th April, 2014
  • Revision
5.0  Monday, 7th April – Friday, 24th April, 2014
  • First Semester Examinations for Fresh Students
6.0  Wednesday, 21st May, 2014
  • Extra-ordinary Meeting of Senate to consider Second Semester 2013/2014 Results for fresh students

Federal Poly Oko (OKOPOLY) 2013/2014 1st Admission List Released on School Website!!!

This is to inform the general public, especially all 2013 Post UTME candidates who applied and sat for the Federal Polytecnic, Oko (OKO Poly) 2013/2014 Post UTME screening test that the school’s Admission List for the 2013/2014 Academic session Has been Released!!

Interested candidates who wish to check their status should proceed to the checking portal by Clicking Here.

Candidates Should Obtain an admission checking card from the designated banks (Where you bought Your PUTME Result Checking Card) in other to be able to access your admission status.


University of Ibadan (UI) Clearance and Acceptance Fee Payment for UTME and Direct Entry Students Starts Dec. 9th

This is to inform all UTME and Direct Entry candidates, who have been offered provisional admission that the Admissions Clearance Exercise will commence onMonday, 9 December 2013and end onFriday, 20 December 2013.

Successful candidates for the Admissions Clearance Exercise would have paid theN20, 000.00 Acceptance Fee into the Admission Processing Fee Account atFirst Bank of Nigeria Plc (Acct. No – 2018156959 or University of Ibadan Micro-Finance Bank (Acct. No – 1050000027).Candidates are expected to report to the appropriate designated venues from 8.30a.m daily for the clearance exercise.

The venues assigned to the Faculties are stated below:

Venue 1 – Gamaliel Onosode Park, Behind Trenchard Hall
(Faculties of Arts and Law candidates)

Venue 2 – Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Foyer
(Faculties of Agriculture & Forestry and Veterinary Medicine candidates)

Venue 3 – Zoology Lecture Theatre (in the Faculty of Science)
(Faculties of Science and Technology candidates)

Venue 4 – Arts Theatre (Central Admin. Area)
(College of Medicine, Faculties of Pharmacy, Education and The Social Sciences candidates)
Candidates should come along with the following documents:

1. Letter of Invitation for the Post-UTME Screening Exercise

2. Original and 4 photocopies of JAMB Admission Letter [if available]

3. Admission Acceptance Form (downloaded from

4. Original and 4 photocopies of the UTME result slip

5. Original and 4 photocopies of ‘O’ level results – WAEC, NECO, IGC

6. Original and 4 photocopies of Birth Certificate or Sworn Declaration of Age

7. Two letters of reference from two reputable persons – on letter headed papers (preferably middle level government employee or clergymen) Student religious leaders are excluded.

8. Ten (10) recent passport size photographs-showing frontal facial view. Size should be 5.2cm x 5.2cm. Names of the candidate (surname first) should be written at the back of the photographs

9. Original and 4 photocopies of bank tellers for payment ofN2,000 &N20,000 Admission’s Processing and Acceptance fees.

10. A file with tag

11. Candidates should go online to download ( and fill the following forms

· Medical form
· Undertaking form
· Admission Acceptance form
Also fill the biodata form online ( using usual login parameters.

Asuu Strike Latest: OAU Lecturers Resumes, Students Still At Home

According to the report reaching us, the Lecturers of Obafemi Awolowo University turn up to school and they met empty classes. (they are even lucky they didn’t meet vampires!).

When FG and ASUU are fighting you want the students to be crushed abi? lol. On a serious note, this ASUU 2013 Strike is one of the worst in the history of ASUU Strikes!

The students of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAUIFE), Ile-Ife, in Osun State, on Monday, 2nd December, 2013 failed to resume for academic activities despite the Federal Government directive for immediate reopening of all federal Universities in the country.

A visit to the Institution, shows that none of the students were seen on campus for possible commencement of academic activities as directed by the Government.

Mr Abiodun Olarenwaju, the Public Relations Officer of the institution, confirmed that not a single student was on campus ”for any reason whatsoever”.

He said that the few lecturers on campus were around ”for reasons other than academic activities.

‘’Sincerely, none of our students show up on campus as of today, but some of the lecturers are around, although they are not coming for any academic activity, they always come around for other reasons.

‘’You know our lecturers have not totally deserted the campus like that, many of them still come around to do one or two things in their offices, but no teaching and learning activities.’’

Meanwhile, one of the commercial motorcyclists operating within the campus environment, Mr Muraiona Abiola, said that most of their members were suffering due to low patronage since the commencement of the ASUU strike in July.

According to him, the usual heavy patronage by the students has decline since the commencement of the strike, which forced the students to leave the campus abruptly.

Abiola, therefore, called for early resolution of the issues between ASUU and the Federal Government to enable the commercial motorcyclists bounce back to business.(NAN)

Article Source: Vanguard Newspaper.