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Thursday, April 18, 2019

Image result for 100 level student commits suicide after boyfriend broke up with herA 100-level Student of the Kogi State University, Ayingba, Miss Rebecca Michael on Wednesday reportedly committed suicide shortly after her boyfriend broke up with her.
According to details, the girl recently gained admission into the department of Philosophy in the institution.

The deceased, who took her life in their 200 housing unit residence in Lokoja, according to sources, was within the age of 20.
It was reported that, the deceased drank sniper when her boy friend, who is a prominent DJ in Lokoja told her that he was no longer interested in the relationship.
After drinking the poisonous substance, she was rushed to the Federal Medical Centre were she gave up the ghost.
100 level student commits suicide
She was later buried on Wednesday at Lokongoma cemetery, Lokoja Kogi State.
The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) William Aya said that he was yet to get any report concerning the incident.
The PPRO promised to get back to our reporter when he get information from C Division office of the Nigeria Police Force Lokoja.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Corps member dies after falling from a Danfo in Lagos (Photos)Akhigbe Nuel Odiase, a Law graduate of Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma in Edo State has died after falling from a moving Danfo bus along the LASU -Isheri road in Lagos. The incident happened around 9:45pm on Monday and he was immediately rushed to the Alimosho General hospital, Igando, where he was referred to LASUTH. However, he died hours later
According to his colleague, he had a 2.1 in school and also a similar result in the law school.


Monday, April 15, 2019

Corps Member dies in camp due to alleged negligence (Photos)A Corp member, Fortune Ihe, posted to Sokoto State for his NYSC, has died at the Wamako Orientation Camp. Local reports show that the young man’s colleagues are saying it was due to negligence.
Fortune Ihe aka Biggie died around 11:30pm yesterday, April 14, 2019, after days of allegedly complaining of headache and general body pains.
According to other Corp members who protested today, the deceased had been going to the camp clinic to complain, but no one took his case seriously.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Image result for 'Nigerian University education has become sh*t - Lecturer calls out Unilag for producing 300 graduates with first classA University lecturer, Sam Amadi on Twitter has called out UNILAG for producing 300 graduates with first class.

Sam took to his twitter according to say he can swear that the graduates can not justify their first class. See tweet below;

‘I am a university teacher and I am watching on TV as Unilag graduates 300 first class graduate. Horrible. I can swear that these graduates can not justify first class. Nigerian University education has become shit’.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019


Sokoto State governor, Aminu Tambuwal, has sympathised with Abubakar Nakasari, a 200-level English Student of Usmanu Danfodio University Sokoto, whose two hands were chopped off and his motorcycle carted away by some unidentified hoodlums.
Habibu was accosted around 2am on Sunday around Manna area of Sokoto South local government where his two hands were cut off before his attackers fled with his motorcycle.
The governor who is away to Abuja on official assignment, was represented by the Deputy Governor, Hon. Manir Muhammad Dan’iya, vowed to apprehend and prosecute all those responsible in the act.

Speaking at the Orthopedic Hospital Wamakko, where Habibu was admitted, Dan’iya, said, “The governor mandated me to come and visit you and your family to assure you that all hands are on deck to arrest and prosecute the perpetrators according to the law.
“This barbaric behaviour is unbecoming among the youth and our government will not condone such act, as this will be the last to be seen in the state God’s willing,” Dan’iya added.
The deputy governor further disclosed that the governor had directed that the state government will settlement all the medical bills of the victim.
The deputy governor was accompanied on the visit by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Bashir Garba; Commissioner for Health, Dr. Ali Inname and former Commissioner of Health, Dr. Shehu, Balarabe Kakale among others.


According to report, a 200-level Linguistics student of the Usmanu Dan Fodio University, Sokoto State, has lost both hands, following an attack by some suspected armed robbers.
Habibu A. Nakasare, was attacked on Sunday, around Mana, Sokoto, by the suspects who snatched his motorcycle after chopping off his two hands.

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Image result for Meet Jane Onyinyechi Ogwo, FUTO best graduating student with CGPA of 4.9.Miss Jane Onyinyechi Ogwo, from the Department Of Maritime And Management Technology has emerged as the best graduating student of the Federal University Of Technology, Owerri, FUTO, with CGPA Of 4.90 for the 2017/2018 academic session.

There are 42 first class students produced among the convocating students today – the Vice Chancellor Prof. Francis Chukwuemeka Eze made this known to journalists in a press briefing outlining the activities of the institution’s 31st convocation on Saturday, April 6.
The meeting held at the Council/Senate Chamber. The VC also informed of the laurels won by other three students in different competitions in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
The class had many brilliant and dedicated chaps, two narrowly missed bagging 1st class honours. One gave herself totally to mentorship, listened hard to the voices of motivation and worked very hard.
She made it as the overall 2017/2018 session best graduating student in FUTO with CGPA of 4.90. She has been chosen to deliver the valedictory speech on behalf of the 2017/2018 graduands at the 31st convocation ceremony.
FUTO best graduating student

Friday, April 5, 2019

Celebrities turn up to celebrate Helen Paul's convocation
Celebrities turned up to celebrate comedienne Helen Paul as she got her a doctorate degree from UNILAG.
The comedian had her convocation ceremony and her friends and team members were present to celebrate with her afterwards
Her Jara co-host, Uti Nwachukwu, was present. Actress Funlola Aofiyebi-Raimi was also present and so was Eku Edewor and members of Jara production team.
See more photos below.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

COOU student dies in accident after he was sent out of exam hall to get a haircutA 4th-year Law student of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, COOU, has died in an accident after his faculty sent him home to get a haircut and produce his ID card before being allowed to sit for an exam with his course mates.Ezeh Goodluck, aka Kasa, arrived at his faculty ready to sit for an exam with his coursemates on Monday, April 1, 2019
Just before the exam, he uploaded his WhatsApp status. It was a good-humoured post and one that expressed hope that the exam will be in his favour.

But he wasn’t allowed into the exam hall. He was asked to go and get a haircut because his hair didn’t meet faculty standard. He was also asked to produce his ID card before being allowed to sit for the exams.

In his haste to get home in time to produce his ID card and get a haircut, he mounted a bike. Unfortunately, he didn’t arrive at his destination.
The tire of the bike blew and led to a fatal accident. The bike rider died on the spot while Goodluck was flung into a ditch.

He was still alive but unconscious and was rushed to the Chukwuemka Odumegwu Ojukwu Teaching Hospital, formerly Anambra State University Teaching Hospital.

A source told LIB that staff at the hospital simply gave him drip and all but allegedly abandoned him for 4 hours. The source also claimed that at about 6 pm, a doctor told friends of the injured student that they didn’t have the facilities needed to treat him and he needed to be transferred to a hospital in Nnewi. He was carried into the ambulance but gave up before they could make it to Nnewi.
A source who spoke to LIB claims the Dean of Law faculty later called the boy’s mother to condole with her but he was not diplomatic about it. He reportedly told the grieving mother that her son should have taken the school’s shuttle bus, instead of the bike which led to his death.
The mother, angered by her son’s senseless death, asked why her son needed an ID card to be allowed in for his exams when he has been a student of the school for 4 years and should be easily identified by his lecturers and colleagues.
Students of the school who spoke with LIB lamented about the state of the school’s Teaching Hospital and revealed that it’s a death trap for students. They said multiple students have died there due to negligence and lack of medical equipment.
Students of COOU intended to protest the death of Goodluck today but due to the ongoing exams, they decided to shelf it.