WAEC releases timetable for WASSCE for Private Candidates, 2018

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – West African Examination Council (WAEC) has released the timetable for the first series of WASSCE examination for private candidates in 2018.

The exam will start on Monday, January 29, 2018, and end Thursday, February 8, 2018.

The timetable was made available via the examination council’s official Twitter handle @waecnigeria late on Thursday, December 28, 2017.

The council also stated that if there is going to be any adjustment in the released timetable, the board will communicate to the candidates.

The council’s tweet read:

‘ICYMI: Timetable for the WASSCE for Private Candidates, 2018 – First Series @IamKingDemian @ufuthman @InsideMainland @Yahyaisa5 @Itztemitope @CozyToff @nwanchizrel @Gidi_Traffic @naibac_requests @MySchoolGist’

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Registration for the exam has been re-scheduled to close by January 12, 2018. This was earlier fixed for December 29, 2017.

Candidates are expected to pay a registration fee of ₦13,950 and ₦500 as a commission to banks and accredited agents, report says.

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Presidency announces opportunity for young Nigerians

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – There is an opportunity for young Nigerians between age 13 to 24 who can show outstanding prowess in designing the season’s greetings card of Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari.

The opportunity is from Aso Rock, Nigeria’s presidential villa.

There will be a cash prize for anybody that wins the competition, but the prize was not disclosed.

The competition was disclosed via the presidency’s official Twitter handle, @AsoRock, on Tuesday, December 12, 2017.

Interested individuals have been advised to upload their designs on Instagram and tag the following usernames and hashtag with their designs, @TheAsoVilla, @BayoOmoboriowo and #PMBSeasonsGreetings.

The competition is open till midnight of Wednesday, December 13, 2017.

The tweet from the presidency’s Twitter handle (@AsoRock) read:

‘Are you a Nigerian between the age of 13 & 24?

Do you want a chance to design President ‘s Season’s Greetings Card & WIN a Cash Prize?

Then this is for you.
Upload your design to instagram & tag , &

See details below:

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Amazing discount from StarTimes

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – Christmas season is here! Brands and companies are giving out amazing offers to their customers to boost their sales and to attract more customers.

We are in the season of #BlackFriday where we enjoy amazing discounts from giant online stores like Alibaba, Jumia, and Konga, and many more companies are using this season to create more interesting offers for their customers.

StarTimes is not left out in this initiative, they want to show much love to their subscribers by giving them a breathtaking discount of 50% when they subscribe for a month and half.

To enjoy this offer from StarTimes, all you have to do is pay for one month and half, then you will enjoy 2 months free on any of the bouquets available on StarTimes from now till January 31, 2018, report says.

You can connect with StarTimes on their social media pages for more giveaways.

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Boko Haram: Fresh attack leaves many injured

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – According to latest report, yesterday, October 29, 2017, there was a powerful bomb explosion around Muna garage in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno.

Kabiru Shettima, a resident who spoke to journalist on phone, said that he could not ascertain the number of casualty but he saw people being taken to the hospital inside a tricycle.

‘I don’t know the number of casualty, but I saw people being carried inside Keke Napep. I believe they are the wounded,’ he explained.

When he was asked if he saw any corpse, Kabiru said he only saw people who sustained injuries as he was not at the exact location where the bomb blast occured.

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UNILAG: Professor Ogundipe emerges as new VC

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – Professor Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, a professor of botany, has been appointed the Vice-Chancellor (VC) of University of Lagos (UNILAG), report says.

Ogundipe becomes the 12th VC of the University. He replaces Professor Rahamon Bello.

Before the new appoint, Ogundipe was UNILAG’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academics and Research.

According to report, Toyin Adebule, the Public Relations Officer of the university, confirmed Ogundipe’s appointment, saying:

‘He has been appointed, he is our new VC.’

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Saraki faking commitment to fight corruption in NASS

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – After meeting Senate President Bukola Saraki on Thursday, Semptember 21, 2017 to discuss issues relating to details of salaries and allowances of lawmakers, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) claims that the commitment to transparency and accountability which Saraki expresses with his words does not match with the actions the Senate is taking to improve transparency and accountability within the National Assembly (NASS).

According to report, this was disclosed in a statement by Timothy Adewale, the deputy director of SERAP, on Friday, Sepetember 22, 2017.

The statement said:

‘While we appreciate the expressed commitment by Saraki to transparency and accountability of the National Assembly, and the rare opportunity to dialogue with him, we remain deeply concerned that the leadership of the Senate has unfortunately not satisfactorily addressed the damaging allegations by Professor Itse Sagay, Chairman Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption (PACAC), that a Nigerian Senator gets N29 million in monthly pay, and over N3 billion a year.’

The organisation argued in its statement that, ‘There is an apparent discrepancy in some areas between what Saraki said at the meeting and what the Senate is doing in practice to improve transparency of its operations and accountability of members. For example, the Senate President’s response to Sagay’s allegations was simply to refer SERAP to the National Assembly budget for 2017, which is available on its website. However, a careful study of the document shows that it contains only some general information and not specific details that respond directly to allegations raised by Sagay.’

It also explained that:

‘The meeting with Saraki raises more questions than it answers. The Senate budget on its website is incomplete. The absence of specific details on salaries and allowances of each senator not only makes analysis difficult, it also points to underlying weaknesses in monitoring and transparency mechanisms.

‘Without including some level of details, Nigerians may see the published National Assembly budget as nothing more than window-dressing. SERAP hopes that the leadership of the Senate doesn’t want this to be the case—and we certainly see no reason why it should be the case. As we have noted, improved transparency on the exact salaries and allowances of senators and indeed members of the House of Representatives is in the interests of all.

‘In SERAP’s view, rather than referring us to the seemingly incomplete National Assembly budget, the Senate President should have provided a line-by-line response to Sagay’s allegations. It’s important that the leadership of the Senate provides additional information that is lacking from the published budget if it is ever going to satisfactorily clear the air on the issues.’

SERAP insists that it is only through transparency that the Senate can regain the support of their constituents and the trust of the public, and contribute to ending the nation’s damaging reputation for corruption.



Police launches initiative to stop illegal detention, torture, extortion

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – On Wednesday, September 20, 2017, Nigeria’s Inspector General (IG) of Police, Ibrahim Idris, issued a Force Order that institutionalises the Police Duty Solicitor Scheme (PDSS) in the Nigeria Police Force (NPF), report says.

The scheme is an initiative that provides ‘free legal services for arrested and/or detained persons in police formations’.

According to an editorial, the scheme emerged from a collaboration between the Legal Aid Council of Nigeria (LACON), Open Society Justice Initiative and the police based on a memorandum of understanding which made the scheme available in selected states. But the Force Order (titled Force Order 20) now makes it a statutory part of police operations nationwide.

The IG said:

‘Both the Force and the general public stand to benefit from this scheme. The public, mainly the poor and the vulnerable arrested by the police for being in conflict with the law.’

He also assured that the initiative would not just allow such arrested persons get the service of a counsel free of charge but would ensure that their rights are protected.

Then he warned LACON not to see the scheme as a transfer of police functions, but as a right to access detainees in police formations and protect their rights as provided in the constitution.

Speaking earlier, Professor Chidi Anselm Odinkalu, the Senior Managing Legal Officer of Open Society Justice Initiative, said 80% of the people in prison who are awaiting trial cannot afford bail, barrister or bribe. Then explained that the scheme will eliminate the need for any of these for such persons.

Odinkalu claims that now persons arrested and/or detained are entitled to a free lawyer and they can demand for lawyers from Legal Aid Council.



Federal High Court declares IPOB terrorist group

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – Report says the Federal High Court in Abuja has granted an order describing the activities of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) as ‘acts of terrorism and illegality’, consequently declaring the group a terrorist group.

The court made this ruling on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, after the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, had filed an order claiming the activities of IPOB are ‘acts of terrorism and illegality’.

Earlier that day, Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed confirmed that the president had approved the legal process for the proscription of the group, according to report.

Speaking with journalists in Abuja, the minister said, ‘For those who are fixated with legality, I have good news for them: President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the process of proscribing IPOB, and the procedure is on as I speak.’

After clashes between IPOB members and soldiers during a military operation in the South-East this month, Nigeria Army had declared IPOB a terrorist group. The army later retracted this statement based on criticisms that it had made the declaration without the due process of law that was required.



Hurricane Irma: Record-breaking storm still raging

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – Hurricane Irma, a storm which started as a cluster of clouds over Africa, according to report, degenerated into a ‘category 5’ storm as it drifted over the warmer waters of the Atlantic ocean last week and it is still raging.

Early on Wednesday, September 6, 2017, the center (the eye) of the storm reportedly swept past the Carribean Island of Barbuda with winds of 185mph (297.7kph), then it hit the French islands of St Martin and St Barthelemy, leaving a trail of devastation.

Later on Wednesday, Irma goes on to hit parts of Puerto Rico, where it left tree limbs scattered across the roads.

The storm sustained winds of 185mph (297.7kph) for more than 24 hours (37 hours), making it the only storm to sustain this speed for that long since the 1970s.

Irma also whirled through the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba before heading towards Florida.

When the center of the storm made landfall in Cuba late Friday it maintained winds of 160mph (257.5kph).

The deadly storm made landfall on Cudjoe Key along the Florida Keys on Sunday with winds of 130mph (209.2kph) and headed towards the west coast of the state.

Early on Monday, September 11, Irma weakened to a category 1 storm as it continued to move to central Florida with winds of 85mph (136.8kph), the National Hurricane Center confirmed.

The storm has damaged several properties and reduced cities to rubbles, while killing and injuring an increasing number of people.



Official JAMB cut-off marks for all tertiary institutions for 2017/2018 admissions

After a week that Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) officially announced the cut-off marks for this year’s admission to be 120 for universities, 100 for polytechnics and colleges of education, and 110 for innovation enterprise institutions, the senate and management of each institution has released their cut-off marks for 2017/2018 admissions, report says.

It shows that many schools retained the controversial 120 mark.

See the full cut-off marks below:

S/N INSTITUTION Cut Off
1 AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI, EKITI STATE 180
2 COVENANT UNIVERSITY, CANAAN LAND, OTA, OGUN STATE 180
3 ODUDUWA UNIVERSITY, IPETUMODU, OSUN STATE 180
4 PAN-ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY, AHMED ONIBUDO STREET, VICTORIA ISLAND, LAGOS STATE 180
5 VERITAS UNIVERSITY, ABUJA, FCT 180
6 RITMAN UNIVERSITY,IKOT-EKPENE, AKWA-IBOM STATE 180
7 ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ONDO STATE. (AFFL TO OAU, ILE-IFE) 180
8 PIAGET COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IBARA, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE 180
9 BABCOCK UNIVERSITY, ILISHAN-REMO, OGUN STATE 170
10 BINGHAM UNIVERSITY, KARU, NASARAWA STATE 170
11 LANDMARK UNIVERSITY, OMU-ARAN, KWARA STATE 170
12 REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY, OGUN STATE 170
13 EDO UNIVERSITY, IYAMHO, EDO STATE 160
14 AL- HIKMAH UNIVERSITY, ILORIN, KWARA STATE 160
15 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, YOLA, ADAMAWA STATE 160
16 AJAYI CROWTHER UNIVERSITY, OYO, OYO STATE 160
17 BAZE UNIVERSITY, ABUJA, FCT 160
18 BELLS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OTA, OGUN STATE 160
19 GODFREY OKOYE UNIVERSITY, URGWUOMU- NIKE, ENUGU STATE 160
20 JOSEPH AYO BABALOLA UNIVERSITY, IKEJI-ARAKEJI, EKITI STATE 160
21 KWARARAFA UNIVERSITY, WUKARI, TARABA STATE 160
22 MADONNA UNIVERSITY, OKIJA, IMO STATE 160
23 PAUL UNIVERSITY, AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE 160
24 HALLMARK UNIVERSITY,IJEBU-ITELE,OGUN STATE 160
25 AUGUSTINE UNIVERSITY, ILARA, LAGOS, LAGOS STATE 160
26 NANA AISHAT MEMORIAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KWARA STATE 160
27 LEAD CITY UNIVERSITY, IBADAN, OYO STATE 150
28 NIGERIA TURKISH NILE UNIVERSITY, ABUJA, FCT 150
29 OBONG UNIVERSITY, OBONG, NTAK, AKWA IBOM 150
30 SALEM UNIVERSITY, LOKOJA, KOGI STATE 150
31 JIBWIS COLLEGE OF ARABIC AND ISLAMIC EDUCATION, GOMBE, GOMBE STATE 150
32 UNIVERSITY OF MKAR, GBOKO, BENUE STATE 140
33 CATHOLIC INSTITUTION OF WEST AFRICA, PORT HARCOURT. (AFFL TO UNIV OF CALABAR) 140
34 KINSEY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ILORIN, KWARA STATE 140
35 LESSEL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, LESSEL, USHONGO LGA, BENUE STATE 140
36 ECWA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IGBAJA, KWARA STATE 140
37 ACHIEVERS UNIVERSITY OWO, ONDO STATE 120
38 ADELEKE UNIVERSITY, EDE, OSUN STATE 120
39 CALEB UNIVERSITY, IMOTA, LAGOS STATE 120
40 CARITAS UNIVERSITY, AMORJI-NIKE, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 120
41 FOUNTAIN UNIVERSITY, OSOGBO, OSUN STATE 120
42 NOVENA UNIVERSITY, OGUME, DELTA STATE 120
43 RENAISSANCE UNIVERSITY, OJIAGU-AGBANI, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 120
44 EVANGEL UNIVERSITY, AKAEZE, EBONYI STATE 120
45 McPHERSON UNIVERSITY, SERIKI SOTAYO, OGUN STATE 120
46 SOUTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, OKUN-OWA, OGUN STATE 120
47 SAMUEL ADEGBOYEGA UNIVERSITY, OGWA, EDO STATE 120
48 WELLSPRING UNIVERSITY, IRHIHI-OGBANEKI, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE 120
49 WESTERN DELTA UNIVERSITY, OGHARA, DELTA STATE 120
50 WESLEY UNIVERSITY, ONDO, ONDO STATE 120
51 SUMMIT UNIVERITY, OFFA, KWARA STATE 120
52 EDWIN CLARK UNIVERSITY, KIAGBODO, DELTA STATE 120
53 HEZEKIAH UNIVERSITY, UMUDI, IMO STATE 120
54 KINGS UNIVERSITY, ODE-OMU, OSUN STATE 120
55 ARTHUR JARVIS UNIVERSITY, AKPABUYO, CROSS RIVER STATE. 120
56 CROWN HILL UNIVERSITY, EIYENKORIN, KWARA STATE. 120
57 CLIFFORD UNIVERSITY, OWERRINTTA, ABIA STATE. 120
58 COAL CITY UNIVERSITY, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE. 120
59 IPERE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AGYARAGU, NASARAWA STATE 120
60 CORONA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, LEKKI, LAGOS STATE 120
61 TANSIAN UNIVERSITY, OBA, ANAMBRA STATE 110
62 JIGAWA STATE COLLEGE OF ISLAMIC AND LEGAL STUDIES, RINGIM, JIGAWA STATE 100
63 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KATSINA-ALA, BENUE STATE 100
64 GBOKO COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GBOKO, BENUE STATE 100
65 HILL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GWANJI, AKWANGA, NASARAWA STATE 100
66 INSTITUTE OF ECUMENICAL EDUCATION, THINKER CORNER, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 100
67 ST. AUGUSTINE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (PROJECT TIME), YABA, LAGOS STATE 100
68 PAN AFRICAN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OFFA, KWARA STATE 100
69 FESTMED COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AJOWA,ONDO STATE 120
70 SUNNAH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 140
71 BIGA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ARKILLA, FEDERAL-LOW COST, NASARAWA, SOKOTO STATE 120
72 DIAMOND COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ABA, ABIA STATE 120
73 ABUBAKAR TATARI ALI POLYTECHNIC, BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 120
74 COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE AND REMEDIAL STUDIES, KANO STATE 100
75 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION(TECH.), BICHI, BAUCHI STATE 140
76 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECH.), GOMBE, GOMBE STATE 100
77 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECH.) (FEMALE ONLY), GUSAU, ZAMFARA STATE 120
78 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECH.), OMOKU, RIVERS STATE 100
79 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECH.), POTISKUM, YOBE STATE 140
80 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECH.), UMUNZE, ANAMBRA STATE 120
81 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AGBOR, DELTA STATE 180
82 CROSS RIVER STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKAMKPA, CROSS RIVER STATE 100
83 AKWA-IBOM STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AFAHA-NSIT, AKWA IBOM STATE 130
84 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKWANGA, NASARAWA STATE 150
85 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ANKPA, KOGI STATE 100
86 ADAMU AUGIE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ARGUNGU, KEBBI STATE 100
87 AMINU SALEH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AZARE, BAUCHI STATE 100
88 EMMANUEL ALAYANDE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OYO, OYO STATE 100
89 ENUGU STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECH.) ENUGU ABAKALIKI RD. ENUGU STATE. 100
90 UMAR SULEIMAN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GASHUA, GOMBE STATE 120
91 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GIDAN-WAYA, KAFANCHAN, KADUNA STATE 120
92 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GINDIRI, PLATEAU STATE 120
93 JIGAWA STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GUMEL, JIGAWA STATE 130
94 TAI SOLARIN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IJEBU-ODE, OGUN STATE 100
95 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IKERE, EKITI STATE 100
96 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ILESHA, OSUN STATE 100
97 NWAFOR ORIZU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NSUGBE. (AFFL TO UNIV OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA) 180
98 OSUN STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ILESA, OSUN STATE. (AFFL TO UNIV OF IBADAN) 100
99 THE SAMUEL BILL THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE, ABAK, AKWA IBOM STATE.(AFFL TO UNIV OF UYO) 100
100 ST. AUGUSTINE’S COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, AKOKA, LAGOS (AFFL TO UNIV OF IBADAN) 120
101 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OBUDU(AFFL TO UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR) 130
102 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION(TECH.)UMUNZE( AFFL TO NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIV, AWKA) 180
103 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION(TECH.) OMOKU(AFFL TO UNIV OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA) 130
104 UMAR SULEIMAN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GASHUA(AFFL TO UNIMAID, MAIDUGURI) 150
105 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, WARRI (AFFLIATED TO DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY, ABRAKA, DELTA) 180
106 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUC. (SPECIAL), OYO, OYO STATE 120
107 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KATSINA-ALA, BENUE STATE. (AFFL TO UNIV OF CALABAR) 120
108 KASHIM IBRAHIM COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, MAIDUGURI , BORNO STATE.(AFFL TO UNIMAID) 120
109 SHEHU SHAGARI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, SOKOTO (AFFL TO UDU, SOKOTO) 120
110 ABUBAKAR TATARI ALI POLYTECHNIC, BAUCHI STATE. (AFFILIATED TO ATBU BAUCHI) 180
111 ST. ALBERT THE GREAT MAJOR SEMINARY, ABEOKUTA. (AFFL. TO UNIVERSITY OF BENIN) 200
112 NIGERIAN AIR FORCE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KADUNA, KADUNA STATE 130
113 AUCHI POLYTECHNIC, AUCHI, EDO STATE 150
114 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, ADO-EKITI, EKITI STATE 160
115 AKANU IBIAM FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, UNWANA, AFIKPO, EBONYI STATE 100
116 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 150
117 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, BALI, TARABA STATE 100
118 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, EDE, OSUN STATE 150
119 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, EKOWE, BAYELSA STATE 100
120 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, IDAH, KOGI STATE 140
121 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC,ILARO, OGUN STATE 150
122 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, KAURA/NAMODA, ZAMFARA STATE 150
123 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NASSARAWA, NASARAWA STATE 150
124 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, NEKEDE, IMO STATE 180
125 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OFFA, KWARA STATE 150
126 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, OKO, ANAMBRA STATE 120
127 KADUNA POLYTECHNIC, KADUNA, KADUNA STATE 150
128 HUSSAINI ADAMU FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, KAZAURE, JIGAWA STATE 100
129 FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC, UKANA, AKWA IBOM STATE 150
130 ABIA STATE POLYTECHNIC, ABA, ABIA STATE 130
131 ABDUL-GUSAU POLYTECHNIC, TALATA-MAFARA, ZAMFARA STATE 150
132 AKWA-IBOM STATE POLYTECHNIC, IKOT-OSURUA, AKWA IBOM STATE 150
133 ABUBAKAR TATARI ALI POLYTECHNIC, BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 120
134 COLLEGE OF ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUSINESS STUDIES, POTISKUM, YOBE STATE 150
135 D.S. ADEGBENRO ICT POLYTECHNIC, ITORI, OGUN STATE 100
136 OGUN STATE INSTITUTE OF TECH(FORMERLY GATEWAY ICT POLY), IGBESA, OGUN STATE 100
137 THE POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN, OYO STATE 150
138 JIGAWA STATE POLYTECHNIC, DUTSE, JIGAWA STATE 100
139 KANO STATE POLYTECHNIC, KANO, KANO STATE 120
140 HASSAN USMAN KATSINA POLYTECHNIC, KATSINA, KATSINA STATE 120
141 KOGI STATE POLYTECHNIC, LOKOJA, KOGI STATE 100
142 KWARA STATE POLYTECHNIC, ILORIN, KWARA STATE 150
143 LAGOS STATE POLY, IKORODU, LAGOS STATE 150
144 NASARAWA STATE POLYTECHNIC, LAFIA, NASARAWA STATE 150
145 DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OGWASHI-UKU, DELTA STATE 150
146 OSUN STATE POLYTECHNIC, IREE, OSUN STATE 110
147 DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OTEFE, DELTA STATE 150
148 DELTA STATE POLYTECHNIC, OZORO, DELTA STATE 150
149 UMARU ALI SHINKAFI POLYTECHNIC, SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE 140
150 ADAMAWA STATE POLYTECHNIC, YOLA, ADAMAWA STATE 120
151 RAMAT POLYTECHNIC, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE 150
152 PORT HARCOURT POLYTECHNIC, RUMUOLA, PORT HARCOURT, RIVERS STATE 150
153 RIVERS STATE COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE, IKWERRE RD, RUMUEME, PORT HARCOURT 120
154 KENULE BENSON SARO-WIWA POLYTECHNIC, BORI, RIVERS STATE 100
155 RUFUS GIWA POLYTECHNIC, OWO, ONDO STATE 150
156 NIGER STATE POLYTECHNIC, ZUNGERU, NIGER STATE 150
157 GBOKO POLYTECHNICS, GBOKO, BENUE STATE 130
158 ALLOVER CENTRAL POLYTECHNIC, LYNSON CHEMICAL AVENUE , OTA OGUN STATE 130
159 DORBEN POLYTECHNIC, BWARI-GARAM ROAD, FCT-ABUJA 100
160 FIDEI POLYTECHNIC, GBOKO, BENUE STATE 150
161 GRACE POLYTECHNIC, LAGOS, LAGOS STATE 100
162 HERITAGE POLYTECHNIC, IKOT UDOTA, AKWA IBOM STATE 100
163 IGBAJO POLYTECHNIC, IGBAJO, OSUN STATE 100
164 LIGHT HOUSE POLYTECHNIC, EUBUOBANOSA, EDO STATE 100
165 NOGAK POLYTECHNIC, MILE 2 ROAD, IKOM, CROSS RIVER STATE 100
166 THE POLYTECHNIC, IMESI-ILE, OSUN STATE 100
167 RONIK POLYTECHNIC, IKEJA, LAGOS STATE 150
168 WOLEX POLYTECHNIC, IKEJA, LAGOS STATE 140
169 KALAC CHRISTAL POLYTECHNIC, 1A SIKIRU ADEWALE STR, SANGOTEDO, LEKKI, LAGOS STATE 120
170 THE IBARAPA POLYTECHNIC, ERUWA, OYO STATE 100
171 UYO CITY POLYTECHNIC, UYO, AKWA-IBOM STATE 150
172 THE POLYTECHNIC IGBO-OWU, OFF ASA DAM, OSERE ROAD JUNCTION, ILORIN, KWARA STATE 100
173 BOLMOR POLYTECHNIC, 33 OLD IFE ROAD, PMB 32, AGODI IBADAN, OYO STATE 100
174 IBADAN CITY POLYTECHNIC, IBADAN, OYO STATE 100
175 ST MARY POLYTECHNIC, KWAMBA, SULEJA, NIGER STATE 120
176 PRIME POLYTECHNICS, JIDDA BASSA, AJAOKUTA, KOGI STATE 100
177 GLOBAL POLYTECHNIC, OYEMEKUN ROAD, AKURE, ONDO STATE 110
178 SURE FOUNDATION POLYTECHNIC, IKOT AKAI, AKWA IBOM STATE 120
179 TRINITY POLYTECHNIC, UYO, AKWA IBOM STATE 100
180 LENS POLYTECHNIC, OFFA, KWARA STATE. 100
181 BAYERO UNIVERSITY, KANO, KANO STATE 180
182 UNIVERSITY OF BENIN, BENIN CITY, EDO STATE 200
183 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, GASHUA, YOBE STATE 140
184 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, GUSAU, ZAMFARA STATE 150
185 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, BIRNIN-KEBBI, KEBBI STATE 160
186 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, LOKOJA, KOGI STATE 180
187 BEST SOLUTION POLYTECHNIC, AKURE, ONDO STATE. 100
188 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, WUKARI, TARABA STATE 180
189 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE TECH, HOTORO GRA EXT, KANO, KANO STATE 100
190 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF ORTHOPEDIC TECHNOLOGY, IGBOBI, LAGOS STATE 150
191 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, DUTSE, JIGAWA STATE 160
192 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, NDUFU-ALIKE, EBONYI STATE 180
193 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ISHIAGU, EBONYI STATE 100
194 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY, OYE-EKITI, EKITI STATE 150
195 UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN, IBADAN, OYO STATE 200
196 UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, ILORIN, KWARA STATE 180
197 FEDERAL COOPERATIVE COLLEGE, IBADAN P.M.B. 5033, ELEYELE, IBADAN, OYO STATE 100
198 UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, LAGOS STATE 200
199 FEDERAL COOPERATIVE COLLEGE, KADUNA ABUJA RD JUNCTION, KADUNA, KADUNA STATE 130
200 UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE 180
201 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FRESHWATER FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY, BAGA, BORNO STATE 100
202 OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE, OSUN STATE 200
203 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FORESTRY, MECHANISATION, AFAKA, KADUNA, KADUNA STATE 130
204 UNIVERSITY OF PORT-HARCOURT, RIVERS STATE 180
205 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FORESTRY TECHNOLOGY, IBADAN, OYO STATE 120
206 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FORESTRY, JOS, PLATEAU STATE 145
207 USMANU DANFODIO UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE 180
208 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF FISHERIES AND MARINE TECHNOLOGY, VICTORIA ISLAND LAGOS STATE 140
209 NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA, ANAMBRA STATE 180
210 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF LAND RESOURCES TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI, IMO STATE 150
211 UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA, ENUGU STATE 200
212 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF HORTICULTURE, DADIN KOWA, GOMBE STATE 120
213 UNIVERSITY OF UYO, AKWA IBOM STATE 180
214 FEDERAL SCHOOL OF SURVEYING, OYO, OYO STATE 170
215 MICHAEL OKPARA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, UMUDIKE, ABIA STATE 180
216 ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA UNIVERSITY, BAUCHI, BAUCHI STATE 180
217 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OWERRI, IMO STATE 180
218 FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, MINNA, NIGER STATE 180
219 NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY, UROMI, EDO STATE 150
220 MODIBO ADAMA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, YOLA, ADAMAWA STATE 180
221 PETROLEUM TRAINING INSTITUTE, EFFURUN, DELTA STATE 100
222 BINYAMINU USMAN POLYTECHNIC, HADIJIA, JIGAWA STATE 130
223 AKPERAN ORSHI COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, YANDEV, BENUE STATE 100
224 ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, MUBI, ADAMAWA STATE 170
225 AKWA IBOM STATE UNIVERSITY, IKOT-AKPADEN, AKWA IBOM STATE 180
226 BAUCHI STATE UNIVERSITY, GADAU, BAUCHI STATE 140
227 CROSS RIVERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, CALABAR, CROSS RIVERS STATE 150
228 EKITI STATE UNIVERSITY, ADO-EKITI, EKITI STATE 180
229 ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ENUGU, ENUGU STATE 180
230 IGNATIUS AJURU UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, PORT HARCOURT, RIVERS STATE 130
231 SULE LAMIDO UNIVERSITY, KAFIN HAUSA, JIGAWA STATE 170
232 KEBBI STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, ALIRO, KEBBI STATE 150
233 KANO UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, WUDIL, KANO STATE 160
234 LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY, OJO, LAGOS STATE 190
235 LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, OGBOMOSO, OYO STATE 180
236 ONDO STATE UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, OKITIPUPA, ONDO STATE 180
237 SOKOTO STATE UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE 160
238 TAI SOLARIN UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION, IJAGUN, OGUN STATE 170
239 OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY, OSOGBO, OSUN STATE 180
240 YOBE STATE UNIVERSITY, DAMATURU, YOBE STATE 150
241 COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, JALINGO, TARABA STATE 160
242 NIGER STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, MOKWA, NIGER STATE 150
243 COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, CALABAR, CROSS RIVER STATE 150
244 JIGAWA STATE INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, KAZAURE, JIGAWA STATE 100
245 MOHAMMED LAWAN COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE 120
246 OYO STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, IGBOORA, OYO STATE 150
247 YOBE STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, GUJBA, YOBE STATE 120
248 ANAMBRA STATE COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, OBOSI, ANAMBRA STATE 100
249 LAGOS STATE COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, YABA, LAGOS STATE 150
250 POGIL COLLEGE OF HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, OKE-ERI, IJEBU-ODE, OGUN STATE 150
251 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MGT, LUTH, IDIARABA, LAGOS STATE 100
252 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MGT, OAU TEACHING HOSPITAL, ILE-IFE, OSUN STATE 150
253 KOGI STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL), KABBA, KOGI STATE 120
254 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, (TECH), LAFIAGI, KWARA STATE 150
255 KASHIM-IBRAHIM COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE 100
256 MICHAEL OTEDOLA COLLEGE OF PRIMARY EDUCATION, MOFORIJI, LAGOS STATE 100
257 NWAFOR ORIZU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NSUGBE, ANAMBRA STATE 120
258 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OJU, BENUE STATE 120
259 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ORO, KWARA STATE 100
260 SHEHU SHAGARI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, SOKOTO, SOKOTO STATE 100
261 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, WAKA-BIU, BORNO STATE 100
262 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, WARRI, DELTA STATE 100
263 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ZING, TARABA STATE 100
264 FCT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ZUBA, ABUJA, FCT 150
265 BAUCHI INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, KANGERE, BAUCHI STATE 100
266 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, LANLATE, OYO STATE 100
267 A.D. RUFAI COLLEGE OF EDU. FOR LEGAL AND ISLAMIC STUDIES, MISAU, BAUCHI STATE 120
268 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, BILLIRI, GOMBE STATE 100
269 ARABIC AND ISLAMIC COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, POTISKUM, YOBE STATE 120
270 ANGEL CROWN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GIDAN-DAYA, FCT-ABUJA 120
271 ASSANUSIYAH COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, IPETUMODU, OSUN STATE 100
272 BEST LEGACY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OGBOMOSO, OYO STATE 100
273 CALVIN FOUNDATION COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NAKA, BENUE STATE 160
274 CITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, GARKI, ABUJA, FCT 160
275 COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ERO, AKURE, ONDO STATE 100
276 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MGT, NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIV TEACHING HOSPITAL, NNEWI 180
277 UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR TEACHING HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MGT. 140
278 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MGT (UNIBEN TEACHING HOSPITAL), BENIN, EDO STATE 140
279 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MGT (UNIMAID TEACHING HOSPITAL), MAIDUGURI 130
280 SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MGT (UCH, IBADAN, OYO STATE) 150
281 SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, MAIDUGURI, BORNO STATE 130
282 SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, UNIVERSITY OF BENIN TEACHING HOSP, BENIN 120
283 CLARA SCHOOL OF MEDIA AND PERFORMING ARTS,SAW MILL DRIVE,YENAGOA,BAYELSA STATE 110
284 IBOM INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, IKOT EKPENE, AKWA IBOM STATE 120
285 ADEYEMI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ONDO, ONDO STATE 150
286 ALVAN IKOKU COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OWERRI, IMO STATE 100
287 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE 120
288 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, EHA-AMUFU, ENUGU STATE