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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

OSUSTECH POST-UTME 2018/2019 FORM


Ondo State University of Science and Technology (OSUSTECH), Okitipupa has commenced its On-line registrationfor the screening exercise for admission into ALL Programmes in the University for 2018/2019 Session. 
Candidates should note that provisional admission would be offered on the basis of first come, first served.
Eligibility 
Candidates who made OSUSTECH their first choice of institution and scored 180 and above in the 2018/2019 UTME are eligible for screening. In addition, candidates must possess five (5) ‘O’ Level Credit Passes in relevant subjects including Mathematics and English Language at not more than two (2) sittings. Candidates who chose the University as second choice or did not choose it at all are advised to do a change of institution to OSUSTECH as first choice on JAMB website before registering. 

(a) SPECIFIC ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, FOOD AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Department of Agric-Economics and Extension

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Agricultural Economics and ExtensionFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science and one of Geography, Economics and at least a pass in Physics.Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.Two ‘A’ level passes in Agric. Science, Biology, Chemistry or Physics.

Department of Animal Production and Health

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Animal Production and HealthFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science and one of Geography, Economics and at least a pass in PhysicsChemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.Two ‘A’ level passes in Agric. Science, Biology, Chemistry or Physics.

Department of Crop, Soil and Pest Management

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Crop Production and Soil ScienceFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science and one of Geography, Economics and at least a pass in PhysicsChemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.Two ‘A’ level passes in Agric. Science, Biology, Chemistry or Physics.

Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture Technology

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Fisheries and Aquaculture TechnologyFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science and one of Geography, Economics and at least a pass in PhysicsChemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.Two ‘A’ level passes in biology, chemistry or physics.
National diploma (ND) with Distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects

Department of Forestry and Wildlife Management

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Forestry and Wildlife ManagementFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science and one of Geography, Economics and at least a pass in PhysicsChemistry, Biology or Agricultural Science plus Mathematics or Physics.Two ‘A’ level passes in Agric. Science, Biology, Chemistry or Physics.

Department of Food Science and Technology

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Food Science and TechnologyFive ‘O’ level credit passes in Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology/Agricultural Science, Physics and English LanguageChemistry, Biology/Agricultural Science and Physics/MathematicsTwo ‘A’ level passes in Agric. Science, Biology, Chemistry or Physics.

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY



PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Civil EngineeringFive ‘O’ Level Credit Passes In Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English And Any Other Science Subject/Technical Drawing.Mathematics, physics and ChemistryTwo ‘A’ level passes in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
National diploma (ND) with Distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects
Electrical and Electronics EngineeringFive ‘O’ level credit passes in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English and any other science subject/Technical DrawingMathematics, Physics and ChemistryTwo ‘A’ level passes in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
National diploma (ND) with Distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects
Mechanical EngineeringFive ‘O’ level credit passes in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, English and any other science subject/Technical DrawingMathematics, Physics and ChemistryTwo ‘A’ level passes in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
National diploma (ND) with Distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects

FACULTY OF SCIENCE

Department of Biological Sciences

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
BotanyFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and any one of Agricultural Science, Physics and GeographyBiology, Chemistry and any one of Agricultural Science, Mathematics and PhysicsTwo ‘A’ level passes in biology, chemistry or physics.
National diploma (ND) with Distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects
ZoologyFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and any one of Agricultural Science, Physics and GeographyBiology, Chemistry and any one of Agricultural Science, Mathematics and PhysicsTwo ‘A’ level passes in biology, chemistry or physics.
National diploma (ND) with Distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects
Fisheries and AquacultureFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and any one of Agricultural Science, Physics and GeographyChemistry, Biology and any one of Mathematics, Physics and Agricultural ScienceTwo ‘A’ level passes in biology, chemistry or physics.
National diploma (ND) with Distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects
MicrobiologyFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and PhysicsBiology, Chemistry and any one of Agricultural Science, Mathematics and PhysicsTwo ‘A’ level passes in biology, chemistry or physics.
National diploma (ND) with Distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects

Department of Chemical Sciences

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Industrial ChemistryFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and Biology/Agricultural ScienceChemistry and any two of Physics, Mathematics and Biology/Agricultural Science.Two ‘A’ level passes in Chemistry and any one of Physics, Mathematics or Biology in that order.
National Diploma (ND) with distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects
Bio-ChemistryFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics and BiologyChemistry, Biology, PhysicsTwo ‘A’ level passes in Chemistry, Biology or Physics.
National Diploma (ND) with distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects

Department of Mathematical Sciences

PROGRAMMESADMISSION REQUIREMENTSUTME SUBJECTSDIRECT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
MathematicsFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English language, Mathematics, physics, plus at least two from Chemistry, Biology and Further MathematicsMathematics, Physics and any one of Biology or ChemistryTwo ‘A’ level passes in Mathematics and Physics or Chemistry.
National Diploma (ND) with distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects
Computer ScienceFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, plus at least two from Chemistry, Biology and Further MathematicsMathematics, Physics and any one of Biology or ChemistryTwo ‘A’ level passes in Mathematics and Physics or Chemistry
National Diploma (ND) with distinction and credit passes in relevant subjects
StatisticsFive ‘O’ level credit passes in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, plus at least two from Chemistry, Biology and Further Mathematics,Statistics,Economics and Geography.English,Mathematics, Physics and any one of Chemistry/Economics/GeographyAdvanced level passes in Mathematics and in atleast two other subjects from Physics, Economics and Further Mathematics
Minimum of Upper credit at any level of programme (i.e ND,HND,NCE e.t.c)

(b) Payment
A sum of Two Thousand naira (N2,000.00) only is to be paid to any bank in Nigeria through Remita platform.
To access the remita platform, please follow the procedures below:
1. Log on to www.remita.net.
2. Click “pay a Remita customer/biller”
3. Select the institution you are paying into. (Ondo State Uni of Sci. and Tech)
4. Click the name of service/purpose and select “other income from students”
5. Under the list of other income from student, select “PUTME Screening Fees”
6. Fill in ONLY “payer’s name” which is the name of the candidate and “matric number” which is the UTME registration number
7. Click “How do you want to pay” and select the channel of payment which could be Internet Banking, Mastercard, Visa and so on.
8. Submit and print the electronic receipt of payment which contains a unique Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number.

Method of Application 
Candidates are required to
i) Visit the University’s website on www.osustech.edu.ng for more information on specific admission requirements for each programme before application
ii) Log on www.osustech.edu.ng/utme and enter the Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number generated from payment to access the registration portal
iii) Complete and submit the University admission screening forms online; and iv) Print out a copy of completed admission screening form
Candidates are also advised to visit the University website from time to time to check their admission status. Enquiries

08152373021
08152373024
08152373045


Signed 
Felix Oladapo Akinnusi 
Ag. Registrar.


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Monday, July 30, 2018

UPDATE ON FUTO POSTUTME SCREENING EXERCISE


REGISTRATION FOR THE 2018/2019 FUTO POST UTME SCREENING EXERCISE

This is to inform all candidates who chose FUTO as their first choice University and scored a minimum of 180 in the 2018 JAMB Examination that although the Screening Exercise wouldend on Saturday, August 4, 2018registration of candidates would officially close on Friday, August 3, 2018.
Kindly visit the University website to follow the link for proper registration.  Candidates who did not choose FUTO as their first choice University but scored a minimum of 180 are eligible to apply provided that they have changed their Institutions to FUTO on the JAMB portal.
Signed



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Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu post-ume form out


POST-UTME SCREENING EXERCISE
FOR 2018/2019 ADMISSION
POST-UTME SCREENING EXERCISE FOR 2018/2019
ADMISSION
Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, formerly Anambra
State University, hereby invites 2018 Unified Tertiary
Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidate, who chose
the university as first choice university and scored 170 or
above in the 2018 UTME Post Unified Tertiary
Matriculation Examination (P-UTME) Exercise.
METHOD OF REGISTRATION:
Candidates are required to register on-line, on payment of
Four thousand nine hundred and fifty naira (N4,950.00)
only comprising Screening fees, two thousand naira
(N2,000.00); Processing fee, one thousand naira
(N1,000.00); Bank charges, four hundred naira (N400.00);
Remita charges, five hundred and fifty naira (N550.00);
and fee for Accessing of Result, one thousand naira
(N1,000.00).
Candidates are required to further do the following:
Pay at any branch of these Banks: Fidelity Bank Plc,
Zenith Bank Plc and Eco Bank Plc. Access PIN code
for authorized login into the University portal will be
issued to candidates following payment at the banks
listed above.
Upload their recent Passports photographs, Senior
School Certificate Examination Results JAMB UTME
Result slips, Email and GSM numbers while
completing the online registration.
Candidates who fail to upload their SSCE Results, UTME
Result slips, GSM Numbers, Email and Passport
photographs on their registration form shall be
disqualified from the screening process.
DIRECT ENTRY CANDIDATES:
Direct Entry candidates should adhere to the Method of
Registration as above, as they complete the Direct Entry
Registration Form online.
The window for Online Registration for the Screening
Exercise shall close at midnight, on Thursday, 16
August,2018.
Candidate shall be notified of the result of the Screening
Exercise online, as soon as the admission process is
completed. Please contact the following GSM number:
08038739845, 08060378049 in case of any login problem                                           



For questions chat up
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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

FUTO POST-UME ANNOUNCEMENT

The postponed FUTO Post UTME Screening Test will now commence as from Monday 30th July 2018.

Candidates are required to print their screening slipsas from Thursday 26th July 2018, to know the date and time for their screening exercise.

Signed

Director, ICT Centre

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_OPEN LETTER TO THE MANAGEMENT OF NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA

*_OPEN LETTER TO THE MANAGEMENT OF NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA_*.

Dear Vice Vice Chancellor,

Let me start by acknowledging the hard work you have put in the past 4years of your Administration. The University has made significant progress under your watch. I wish to stress that your legacies should be sustained.

Concerned students are very perturbed by the continuous negligence, lack of knowledge, and obvious incompetence some of the medical staff, a great majority of them. This has led to many deaths and very recently now, the one of a final year student of MCB. Francis would have been alive and this letter will be absolutely unnecessary if the University under your watch takes proactive steps before now by training and retraining of medical staff, equipping the place with facilities and taking students health issues, as well as other issues seriously, instead of paying lip service.

In leadership Mr. Vice Chancellor, you do not always rely on what your field marshals tell you. Sometimes, come down from your olympus mountain and hear, see, experience for yourself the complains of the Students. Stop shielding yourself from the students, you are their Vice Chancellor, their father. A lot of sycophants are hovering around you. Identify them and get rid of them.

To help assuage the students, you must as a matter of fact and urgency listen to the students three key demands:

1. Change the Dean Student Affairs, Prof. Udedi Stanley for his dictatorial approach to issues,
unprofessional method of handling students issues, poor approach and understanding of students issues and his poor management style. He is one of the sycophants you have.

2. The staff in the medical center should compulsorily be trained and retrained. They should be knowledgeable in modern methods of handling health challenges of patients.

3. The Medical Director, doctors and nurses on duty on that day should be placed on a compulsory leave without pay.

Let me also draw your attention also to the growing insecurity in the campus and its environs. Students are randomly robbed while going for night class. The security unit too needs an overhaul.

This matter of students protest have drawn wide genuine interest from within and outside. To help resolve this issue, dissociate yourself from NANS Anambra State that is populated by non students. They are greedy, hungry and opportunist. Engage the students for they are the most aggrieved.

In concluding, let me say that we have seen the reactive measures you took by forming a committe to investigate the death. We fear for the credibility of the report as these are staff of the University. The said Director of Sports have in time past shown he's very incompetent to handle that office. Independent persons should be in the committee too to strike a balance.

This matter should be resolved soon because the students will not rest until they get justice for the death of their fellow.

## *Repost untill it get to the office of the VC*##

® *#MFO#*
ALUTA CONTINUE!!!

*SENT AS RECIEVED*💯✅

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DEATH OF A FINAL YEAR STUDENT OF NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY AWKA; A CALL FOR SOLUTIONS

DEATH OF A FINAL YEAR STUDENT OF NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY AWKA; A CALL FOR SOLUTIONS, NOT EXCUSES.
Following the number of tags and remarks I have received from my friends on social media, and the resent publication from the University authority through the University public Relation officer over the genesis of the death of one Francis Chinedu Mmadubuobi, a final year student of Micro Biology Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, I have taking pains as a one time Students Union Judiciary Leader (Chief Judge SUG Unizik) to investigate/analyze the matter, and have come to the conclusion bellow.
ACCOUNTS OF HIS DEATH
FROM STUDENTS
1. Late Mr Francis Chinedu Mmadubuobi slumped while playing basketball on Saturday the 21st of July 2018 at the basketball ball court in Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka.
2. He was rushed to the University Medical Centre immediately.
3. On getting to the Medical Centre, there was no doctor at that point, however nurses were around. These nurses were confused as to what to do when they saw the state of the late young man. They therefore suggested to the students that brought the young man to pray for him to remain alive until the Doctor arrives. And indeed they started praying.
4. The students stayed for a while and decided to take him to Amaku hospital. At that point however, the Doctor rushed in. At first the students were happy that the Doctor had arrived to salvage the situation. Unfortunately, it was discovered that there was no Oxygen and BP Apparatus in the hospital and the doctor and nurses never knew. The late  young man was fast fading away before he was taken to Amaku Teaching Hospital.
5. Before they could get to the Amaku Teaching Hospital, the young man has passed on and was confirmed dead by the Doctors upon arrival.
6. The Dean of Students Affairs, in trying to calm the students upon his arrival at the hospital is reported to have said ''This is Nigeria, we don't expect things to be perfect, we don't have implements...''

ABSTRACT FROM THE UNIVERSITY AUTHORITY.
''The deceased was quickly rushed to the medical centre but had no pulse upon examination. This means that he had died before being brought to the University Medical Centre. He was thereafter taken to the Teaching Hospital at Amaku for further attempt at salvaging an already bad situation. He was found to be without pulse and was confirmed dead”.  (Dr. Emmanuel Ojukwu; The University PRO & Protocol Director).
MY SUBMISSION AND ANALYSIS
With all due respect, I disagree with The University Authority to the extent that ''the deceased was already dead before he was brought to the hospital''. This in my opinion, is a shameful effort at avoiding responsibility! The University should be seeking  solutions (and not raising defenses) to prevent future occurrences.
I shall proceed to fault the University’s statement by considering the issues listed below:
1. If the Doctor in the University Medical centre had confirmed that the deceased was already dead, why did they send him to the Amaku teaching hospital instead of the Mortuary at Amaku?
I and a friend once witnessed the incident of death in the same University Medical centre during my time as a student. When the deceased in that instance was confirmed dead, he was taken to the mortuary immediately and not Teaching Hospital Amaku for any reexamination.
Or are they implying that the Doctor in The Nnamdi Azikiwe Medical Centre was not sure whether the deceased was dead or alive? If that is the case, it will be right to say that the Doctor is ‘QUACK' and should be sacked and replaced with a competent Medical Doctor.
Or are they implying that Nnamdi Azikiwe Medical Centre has no equipment to confirm whether the deceased was dead or alive? If that is the case, there is need for UPGRADE. This would go a long way to lend credence to what the students are clamoring for, ''shut it down or equip it''
2. At the Amaku Teaching Hospital Awka, the students assert that when they were crying over the untimely death of the deceased and were blaming the University Medical centre, The Dean of Students Affairs appeared and made this remark trying to console the students; ''This is Nigeria, we don't expect things to be perfect, we don't have implements…'' I wish we could give the dean an opportunity to counter this assertion made by the students. But if of a truth he said this, he should resign his position as the Dean Students Affairs as he is not worthy to be in such student affairs sensitive position.
And this statement, if it is found to be true, equally points to the fact that there is indeed a lack of basic equipments in the hospital as the students assert.
It is my opinion that what ever took them to the Teaching Hospital Amaku is a deficiency that calls for the attention of the University Authority, and if necessary, the Federal Government to avoid more tragic stories like this.

In 2015/2016 when I was the Chief Judge Students Union Government of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, I had once laid a complaint against the Clinic staff to the medical director and also the Dean Students Affairs over their lackadaisical attitude over students health affairs.
I could remember another incident that took place between me and one nurse in that Medical centre when I took a dying patient to the school medical centre. Instead of the nurse to immediately attend to the patient, she was busy shouting at her, reprimanding someone whom if not for God sake would have been in the land of the dead before we arrived the Hospital. Her reason was that she did not come when she had the sign of the sickness for treatment and for that reason she had to delay her treatment!
I was highly disappointed at this woman to the extent that I had to threaten her with calling the director and the Dean Students Affairs before she started calling a doctor. I wonder the institution she attended anyways, I know it could never be Nnamdi Azikiwe University.

Finally, I am of the view that there should be a total overhauling of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University Medical Centre to meet up with the status of a Federal University Hospital, instead of raising baseless defences which I deem unreasonable and unfounded.
It is Francis Chinedu today, it could be you, your children, siblings or relations tomorrow. It may be there in Unizik or elsewhere. Let us right the wrong now to avoid future occurrences. The change begins with us.
TO UNIZIK STUDENTS
Accept my condolences. I read of your peaceful demonstration, I commend that. I equally commend the Faculty presidents. However, I plead that you stop at the peaceful demonstration and channel other grievances to the VC through the Students Union Government. The Vice Chancellor I know and the Director of Medicals I know will act fast and ensure that such a thing does not happen again.
GREATEST ZIKITES!!!
May the soul of Francis Chinedu Mmaduabuobi rest in peace!    Amen
Dated 23rd of  July 2019 at 1:30PM

George Chibuike Ohachosim Esq writes from Bodija Ibadan, Oyo State of Nigeria.

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Monday, July 23, 2018

How unizik student die without assistant of a medical personal




Live report from mediaspina.com
For those who don't understand the story, Francis is a final year student
He is to take his last paper on Monday, then he will become a graduate
He was playing basketball on Saturday evening in the basketball court in unizik,he slumped
He was rushed to unizik medical center,no doctors on duty,the one there ignored him saying there was no oxygen
After waiting for so long,Francis was rushed to another clinic,when they got there he was dead already
RIP Francis
The management of the university on Facebook, are trying to hide the true from the general public.
Report gotten by The decayed coursemate.
Eternal rest grant to him
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Friday, July 20, 2018

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EndSARS: Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus Issues Cautions Ruggedman


The Lagos State Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus, has cautioned Nigerian rapper, Ruggedman after he blasted the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Yomi Shogunle, for allegedly sharing a fake story about him.
The whole Ruggedman #EndSARS involvement as taken a new twist as Dolapo badmus has asked him to take a side.
Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus cautions Ruggedman lailasnews
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Dolapo Badmus took to social media to tell Ruggedman that hecan’t eat his cake and still have it, and should decide if he wants reformation of SARS or ending SARS.
She also noted that they still remain partners in progress, and he is always welcome to partner with the police to ensure we get the bad eggs out of the force. She wrote;
“I came across this and I wasn’t surprised! Firstly I didn’t expect @ruggedybaba to tag me having taken into cognisance the fact that in a long while he has stopped tagging me in anything police matter!
However for the fact that my attention has been drawn to this matter by way of tagging……
I need to let @ruggedybaba know that with your hobnobbing with police and seeking attention with officers and men of the police force and making it public by way of postins on social media will send a signal that you have converted from #endsars to #reformsars because it’s expected you might have been made to understand all efforts been put in place by the leadership of the force to reformsars (and of course you have demonstrated that by showing some of the efforts unknowingly to you… example is the branding of the uniform for the department)
For you to still come out to say “I stand with #endsars until it is reformed” somehow looks contradictory and confusing! You will remember vividly that your first encounter with police was when your younger brother was arrested?!
You remember I received your call through @9iceofficial Who informed me about the incident and I quickly placed a call across to you and not only was your brother released, all other men randomly picked with him were also released on my instruction to the DPO!
since then we both agreed we are going to work and we have been working together to curb their excesses until you decided to #endsars (we both know why) but anyway no one eats his cake and have it!!!
If what you stand for is #endsars let’s know and if it’s #reformsars let’s know……going forth and back will confuse anyone….
stakeholders on #endsars are engaging the police to ensure proper things are been done without too much of showing it off on social media!! My advice to you is that if really your police engagement is not for personal aggrandizement, take it off social media or else it might be misconstrued …
No one should get this twister @ruggedybaba and I remain partners in progress, he’s always welcome to partner with us to ensure we get the bad eggs out of the force.”
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INEC RECRUITMENT FORM FOR 2018/2019 GEN ELECTION IS OUT

INEC RECRUITMENT FORM FOR 2018/2019 GEN ELECTION IS OUT.
2018/2019 General Election Recruitments for Independent And National Electoral Commission (INEC) is widely on air free of charge to all Nigeria citizens who are interested in an INEC ad-hoc staff 2019.

             GUIDELINES PLS
* You must be a Nigerian citizen
* Have at least a minimum of Secondary School Certificate, which includes any of these,
WAEC, NECO or NABTEB.
* You must have a valid means of identification
* Visit us on www.Inec.gov.ng
to fill ur recruitment form now.

                  WARNING
Do not make any payment to anyone!
INEC recruitment form is totally free of charge online at just on www.Inec.gov.ng pls.

NB: pls share this information to who it may interest but a gud Nigerian with Nigeria at heart.
Together we can achieve it.
Am proud of my hardworking Nigerian youths home/abroad.
I wish all my citizens Goodluck!!

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