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Tunde Emmanuel is a young ambitious man whose greatest ambition is to add value to the world. Tunde is a writer , a blogger and expert in playing table tennis

Wow! 20-year Old Nigerian  Lady Graduates With 1st Class In The US With Many Awards! (Meet Her)

Twenty year-old Nigerian-born Diane Isibor, on Saturday, went home with two prestigious awards during the 223rd convocation ceremony of Valdosta State University, United States.

They are the Spring 2017 President’s/Vice Chancellor’s Award for Academic Excellence (for the Harley Langdale Jr. College of Business Administration) and Annie Power Hopper Award.

The President’s award was bestowed on Isibor, a student from Abavo in the Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State, during the institution’s 223rd convocation held on Friday, May 5, and Saturday, May 6.

Isibor graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance with a first class and Cumulative Grade Point Average of 4 over 4, not dropping a point from her first to final year

The President’s Award for Academic Excellence is presented to the graduating student with the highest grade point average in each of VSU’s five Colleges – College of Arts and Sciences, College of the Arts, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Harley Langdale Jr. College of Business Administration, and James L. and Dorothy H. Dewar College of Education and Human Services.

The Chairman, Academic Honours and Awards Committee, VSU, Abigail Heuss, in a letter addressed to her, said people with highest levels of academic excellence were considered for Annie Power Hopper Award.

She said, “Only those few students who best exemplify the traditions of the university, the character, dignity, and charm associated with the memory of Annie P. Hopper, and who have achieved highest levels of academic excellence, are considered.

“I am happy to report that out of our finalists, you have been chosen as this year’s Annie Power Hopper Award winner, recognised by faculty from across Valdotsa State University as embodying the very best that the university seeks to cultivate in its students. On behalf of the rest of the committee, I congratulate you on this important achievement and look forward to seeing you at this year’s Honours Night dinner.”

Isibor served as the official banner carrier for the Harley Langdale Jr. College of Business Administration during the undergraduate graduation ceremony on the VSU Front Lawn.

“I am highly honoured to be considered for this award. This honour is evidence that hard work pays. I am elated to lead my fellow graduates into the commencement area. My ultimate goal is to be a leader in business. The Harley Langdale Jr. College of Business Administration has been instrumental in helping me prepare to achieve this goal,” said the daughter of Eyitemi and Desmond Isibor.

During her time as a student at VSU, Isibor regularly achieved the Dean’s List status, served as a university ambassador and a Wiley PLUS student partner, and earned a spot in the Beta Gamma Sigma Business Honours Society and the Mu Zeta chapter of Beta Alpha Psi Accounting and Finance Honours Society, where she served as the treasurer.

She was actively involved in the Society of International Students, where she served as the vice president and treasurer; the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and the VSU chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants, where she served as the director of plant tours and events and was featured in the organisation’s Campus Connection newsletter.

According to the institution, Isibor’s commitment to academic and service excellence, resulted in her earning many laurels, including the 2016 VSU President’s Choice Scholarship, 2016 Georgia Gulf Sulfur Scholarship and 2016 Institute of Management Accountants Memorial Education Fund Award.

She plans to work as a financial analyst in Atlanta, while pursuing the professional designations typical of individuals working in the accounting and finance career fields.

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Dear Undergraduates,  5 Things You Can Engage In During Your Service Year

The National youth service year is a period of selfless service to your “fatherland”. It was founded with the aim to inculcate in Nigerian youths the spirit of selfless service to the community and promote oneness and brotherhood of all Nigerians irrespective of their ethnic group, cultural or social background.

This period as it is may be quite “boring”. You might even see it as time wasting if you don’t probably engage yourself in profitable and measurable things.

Here are little tips of what you can engage in during service year such that it will be fun filled and interesting.

Go through this piece and thank me later!!

1. Acquire Vocational Skills: 

The service year is a period where you can be a boss of your own and be self-employed. Gains skills like fashion designing, catering, cosmetology and much more depending on whatever you are interested in. Enroll for Skill Acquisition And Entrepreneurial Development (SAED) programs.

2. Get Professional Certification : 

You don’t need to depend on your BSc or HND certificate only. The workplace is changing drastically. “You need to give them what they want before you can get whatever you need”. Get an affordable and accessible platform to run professional courses so you can be employable at the end of your service year. QUALIFY can give you all it take to get Qualified for any job position you are seeking.

3. Engage In Retail Businesses: 

During the period when you are serving your fatherland, you can as well serve yourself by engaging yourself in a small business that will at least fetch you income rather than depending on the allowance from the federal government or state.

4. Get A Place Of Secondary Assignment : 

Asides from your place of primary assignment (PPA), you can devote yourself to other activities, you can get a place of secondary assignment where you seek a part time job or work during the weekend.

5. Become a WhistleBlower: 

The Federal Ministry of Finance (FMF) whistleblowing programme is designed to encourage anyone with information about a violation of financial regulations, mismanagement of public funds and assets, financial malpractice, fraud, and theft to report it. As awkward as it may seem, a youth corp member could be a perfect whistleblower. If you notice any financial dealings at your PPA or anywhere around you, all you need do is to head over to the FMF-Whistleblowing online portal to submit your tip. A Whistleblower is entitled to anywhere between 2.5%-5.0% of the amount recovered. The best part is, every whistleblower is entitled to protection; no one will know you submitted the tip! That looks like a lucrative business isn’t it? You don’t even need a capital!

I hope you can find this piece helpful, as the saying goes, “ An Idle Hand is The Devil’s workshop”.

Here is wishing you a great service year experience.

Ibrahim Abubaka Lajada For Nigeria’s President In 2019 (Photos) – Politics 

– A young Nigerian politician has declared his interest to replace President Muhammadu Buhari
– He listed three things he planned to do as president
Ibrahim Abubaka Lajada who is a 34-year-old Nigerian billionaire living abroad has declared his intention to run for presidency in 2019.
“First, I would strengthen our educational system. Second, I will improve economic growth and fight corruption and lastly, I would make certain that everyone has equal and fair treatment in our society.
“Our education system in Nigeria is not one in which we should be very proud of. Yes, Nigeria does have excellent schools, colleges, and learning institutions, but our standards are not set as high as other countries. For example, our country does not fund our schools adequately. Teachers teach with not enough books, no supplies, or books that are often over 30 years old. How can we expect our children to be up to date with the world’s information if our teaching materials are not new?
“Often teachers in our public schools are forced to buy text books and supplies for our children with their own personal money. Why do they do this? Because they believe in a good education for all learners. Our country “prides” itself on the quality of education a person can receive here, yet teachers are one of the countries lowest paid professionals. Some of our teachers are not well qualified
While some applauded his interest and decision in running, others argued that the Nigerian political atmosphere will make it difficult for him to be successful.

Job Alert: Apply For  Federal Government Of Nigeria Fadama III 2017 Recruitment! (See Details)

How to Apply for Federal Government of Nigeria Fadama III 2017 Graduate, Unemployed Youth and Women Agro-preneur Support Programme

Fadama III AF Graduate Unemployed Youth and Women Agro-preneur Support (Fadama-Guys) Programme – The National Fadama Coordination Office (NFCO) now invites interested unemployed graduates youth (male and female) for:

Title: Fadama III AF Graduate Unemployed Youth and Women Agro-preneur Support (Fadama-Guys) Programme.
“Fadama” is a Hausa name for irrigable land-usually low-lying plains underlay by shallow aquifers found along Nigeria´s major river systems. Such lands are especially suitable for irrigated production and fishing, and traditionally provide feed and water for livestock. The enormous potential of this land is only very partially developed. The Fadama I and II projects successfully refined approaches for improved utilization of these lands.
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received Additional Financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Third National Fadama Development (Fadama III) Project, to support ramping up of production of four (4) prioritized staple crops (rice, cassava, sorghum and tomatoes). The Project intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to support graduate unemployed youth and women to become agro-preneurs in line with the FGN Green Alternative – Agriculture Promotion Policy (APP).
The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to increase the incomes for users of rural lands and water resources within the Fadama Areas in a sustainable manner throughout the Recipient’s territory.

The additional financing is fully dedicated to scaling up all the six components of the parent Project namely
Component 1: Capacity Building, Communications and Information Support;

Component 2: Small-Scale Community- owned Infrastructure;

Component 3: Advisory Services and Support for Acquisition of Farming Inputs;

Component 4: Support to the Agricultural Development Programs, Sponsored Research and On-Farm Demonstrations;

Component 5: Matching Grant Facility for Assets Acquisition through groups; and

Component 6: Project Management, Monitoring and evolution

Rules and Guidelines for Interested Individuals (Please review carefully)

Eligibility Criteria for application are:
The applicant is a Nigerian, resident in any of the following participating States (1st Phase): Abia, Adamawa, Akwa lbom, Anambra, Bauchi, Bayelsa, Benue, Ebonyi, Ekiti, FCT, Jigawa, Katsina, Kebbi, Kogi, Niger, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Plateau, Sokoto & Taraba.

The applicant is between the ages of 18 and 35 years old as at the tire of submitting application.

The candidate has a demonstrable passion for agriculture and is willing to become an agro-preneur. This should be indicated through a written statement in the application form;

The applicant is a graduate of any institution of higher learning (including Secondary School Leaving Certificates holders who have practiced farming and/or enterprise of choice for at least 5 years);

The applicant must have access to land and/or place where his/her agri-enterprise interest of choice would be located;

Having computer knowledge and skills would be an added advantage;

The Fadama Ill AF funding must be requested for utilization on eligible costs or activities based on a business plan to be submitted after successful application and proposed training.

Note: Any application that does not follow the rules and guidelines presented below will NOT be considered.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should follow the steps given below:
Log on to the Fadama GUYS Portal at: http://guys.fadamaaf.net and create an account

Check your mailbox for confirmation of account creation and login details to the Portal;

Complete and submit the Application Form;

Application Closing Date

15th May, 2017.
List of Documents to be Provided During On-line Registration

In addition to filling up the Application Form, the candidate must submit the following additional documents:

Scanned original copy of primary school certificate;

Scanned copies of valid Federal Government of Nigeria issued means of identification (such as international passport, INEC Permanent Voters Card, National identity card or drivers license, etc);

Scanned copy of the candidate’s original highest educational qualification certificate;

Note

The attention of interested Individuals is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrower, Revised January 2011 and 2014 setting forth the World Bank policy on Conflict of Interest.

The submission deadline will be the closing date stated above at mid-night West Africa Time (GMT+1 hour). No application will be allowed after the deadline.

Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours [from 08 hours to 1600 hours] Monday through Friday (Except Public Holidays) from the Project Officer:
National Project Coordinator,

National Fadama Coordination Office (NFCO),

No 1 Eldoret Close,Off Aminu Kano Crescent,

Wuse II,

Abuja – Nigeria.

Email: guys@fadamaaf.net

Hello Jambites: Here’s Top 10 Secrets To Scoring High in The Exam!

The belief that all you need in Jamb is to pass has thoroughly been debunked. This can be reflected in a situation where you see candidates who score around 240 are not offered admission to study their desired course. Hence the need to score high.

This brings us to the reality that passing Jamb alone (Scoring 180 to 200) is not enough. What matters now is how high you can score. The higher you score, the more your chance of getting admitted to study your course of choice.

In this article, I will not touch the exact score you need to be sure of admission. I have already treated that in my recent post on Jamb score that will guarantee you admission .

Now, lets see how to read And Score High in Jamb:

1. Read Points

The reason why so many candidates fail Jamb is that they read too hard. It sounds ironically, right? But you don’t need to read hard. All you need is to read wise.

Go through the Jamb syllabus and point out the hot topics. For example, the Jamb mathematics syllabus doesn’t require you to learn inverse of 3*3 matrix.

Learning it means that you are off point.

Reading off point is the number one reason why very intelligent students fail Jamb examination. Do not read out of point.
2. Constant Reading

I hear Jamb candidates say, “I have finished this subject, no need to focus on it”. It is not the right attitude towards learning. With every passing week, go through all your subjects over and over again. With this, the points will be clearer to you.

The reason why you should constantly go through your subjects is that it helps you refresh the ideas. Else, you will forget a whole lot of things in the jamb exam hall.
3. Put Down High Score Points

As you study for Jamb, ensure to put down the key points in your rough note. When the exam gets very close, revise the point all over again.

This has been dealt with in my post on how to

prepare for an exam overnight.
4. Don’t Just Read Calculation Courses

Do not just read calculation courses. Make sure you pick a pen, calculator and rough sheet. For every topic you learn, solve at least 20 questions.
5. Don’t Assume

Never assume that you know any topic. Test yourself whether you really understand it.
6. Avoid Procrastination

Later things. This is the language of procrastinators. Avoid the use of such language and get back to work.
7. Study Effectively

Effective study means that you actually gained something from what you have studied. As you read, ask yourself, “what have I learnt so far?”.

Telling yourself the truth is honesty.
8. Ask Questions

Do not keep quiet. When you come across what is difficult to you. Quickly seek help.
9. Study Long

It is true that life not all about duration but donation. However, most effective studies are functions of time. Spend quality time to study.
10. You Need Mentor

Mentor is someone that has written Jamb and gained admission to study his desired course. You need guide from a mentor.

culled from VEVO

Unbelievable! 18-Year-Old Boy Gets N200Million Funding For Agricultural Business (How he did it will shock you!)

HE HAS DONE IT!!!

This boy will go places. A month ago, I came across a post talking about one young boy named Samuel Robinson posted a daring tweet that said 

Who has 20 million Naira burning a hole in their pocket, give me and I will return 1billion in 2years”

I started following the guy on social media and Day before yesterday he posted that he was meeting with two billionaires yesterday and asked us to pray for him.

Well yesterday he just posted that he has gotten a commitment of 200million Naira!!! 200 freaking million Naira!!!

The writer of the post I saw was saying that this boy is Nigeria’s black Bill Gates in the making and that if he had the discipline to learn Spanish, French and German then he might be on to something. I think he was right! Because if at age 18, he is already doing this, what will he be doing when he is 30? I laughed before and doubted that this boy could get 20 million naira, not to talk of 200 million naira.

Well he has done it!!! He has freaking done it…  How the hell was he able to get two billionaires to meet him?!!! I have to say, I am amazed.

See what he posted on instagram and twitter below. His handle is samuelrobinsonx on both twitter and Instagram

Just imagine if every young person was thinking like this, wouldn’t Nigeria be as advanced as China or US by now. I’m inspired!

Health Tip: First Aid Home Remedies For Minor Burns (Know this Now)

Burns arises from exposure to intense heat, steam, hot liquids, chemicals or the sun. The treatment of burns depends on the severity of the burn.

First it’s important to know that all burns fall into 1 of 3 categories: first degree, second degree, and third degree. First degree burns can almost always be handled with simple home remedies and natural treatments, but second and third degree burns are quite serious and do deserve medical attention

First Degree Burns ( minor burns ) – Affecting the outer layer of skin (the epidermis), first degree burns may cause pain and redness, but don’t result in blistering or anything of serious concern. A burn happening within the home or sunburns are most often first-degree and can be handled with one or more of the home remedies you will see below.

Second Degree Burns – Affecting both the epidermis and an underlying skin layer called the dermis, second-degree burns can cause blistering and are much more painful than first-degree burns. These burns shouldn’t be too concerning. Be sure to observe for infection, though.

Third Degree Burns – The most serious of burns, third-degree burns are highly destructive and do deserve medical attention. These burns damage the deepest skin layers and can damage blood vessels, glands, nerves, fat, and even muscle or bone. Oddly enough, these burns may be painless due to nerve-destruction.

Now here are some natural home treatment for minor burns;

Aloe Vera – One of the primary go-to home remedies for sunburn , aloe vera is notorious for its soothing, cooling properties. To use aloe vera for burns, simply squeeze the juice out of an aloe vera plant and apply it to the burn. In addition to having a natural burn treatment right in your home, many other health benefits of aloe vera can be experienced as well. Alternatively, you can buy organic aloe vera gel at your local natural grocery market.

Egg Whites – You may have never tried this home treatment before, but it is actually a popular one. Simply separate the yolk from a couple eggs, and soak the burn in the egg whites. This ever-so-simple natural treatment could work instantly, and could leave you feeling pain-free forever after a few hours of application.

Baking Soda – Baking soda is another simple option that could dissipate the pain away. Just mix some baking soda with water to make a paste, and apply the paste to the burned area. After drying, rinse (literally) and repeat.

Aluminum Foil – Though doesn’t look like a natural remedy, using aluminum foil for burns is one of the top home remedies found on Earthclinic. After being burned, run the area under cold water. Afterwards, apply aluminum foil (shiny side) onto the burn. As many report on Earthclinic, pain may intensify upon applying the foil, but after about 30 minutes to an hour, the pain should subside if not entirely, then at least significantly.

Vinegar – A treatment used by countless individuals for years, vinegar has the potential to offer immediate relief. For treatment, just soak a cotton ball in white vinegar and apply to the burn. You might also do a compress soaked in vinegar and water. Working as an astringent and antiseptic, vinegar helps prevent infection by killing potential pathogens and helps burns to heal faster (potentially because of the pH factor).

Honey – Also harnessing antibiotic properties that can help prevent infection, honey can be a great natural burn treatment simply when applied to the area. You may also try placing honey on a gauze bandage and keeping it on throughout the day. If you go this route, change the bandage 3-4 times.

Tea Bags – Using tea bags as a natural burn treatment could certainly be the solution for you, but there are a few ways to go about this. One way is to place 2-3 tea bags under a spout of cold water, then applying the liquid. Alternatively, you may want to use 3-4 tea bags and make a mixture using 2 cups fresh mint leaves, and 4 cups boiling water, applying the liquid onto the burn with a cotton ball after letting it cool. Lastly, you can also make a stay-in-place poultice using 2-3 wet tea bags if you’re on the go. Try using black tea, as the tannic acid in in the tea can reduce pain significantly.

Lavender Essential Oil – Even used in some hospitals for burns, lavender essential oil is often recommended for both pain relief and to expedite the healing process. For treatment, you can either pour lavender oil onto a gauze or clean cloth and apply it (replacing the gauze every few hours), or you can spray the area with therapeutic grade lavender oil after exposing the burn to some cold water. Lavender has antibiotic, painkilling, and natural healing properties.

Lastly, never use ice. Ice can restrict blood flow to the skin, and further damage tissue. Instead, immediately place the burned area under cool running water, which helps the the injury from spreading, and keep it there for at least 20 minutes if possible.

9 Types Of Invigilators You Meet In The Exam Hall.

  

9 Types Of Invigilators You Meet In The Exam Hall.

Massive Vacancy at Ajaokuta Steel Company (See Details)

Ajaokuta Steel Company 500,000 Upstream & Downstream Employment 2017 – The Federal Government says the first phase of Ajaokuta Steel Company will provide 500,000 upstream and downstream employment when it becomes operational.Mr Isah Onobere, the Sole Administrator of the company made this known during a media tour to the company on Friday.Onobere said that the first phase of the plant would also provide direct employment for 10,000 technical staff when inaugurated.He also said the first phase had been completed, adding that it was envisaged to produce 1.3 million tonnes of liquid steel per annum.He said that it would cost 400 million dollars to complete Ajaokuta steel, which had reached 98 per cent completion.According to him, two billion dollars is needed for infrastructure rehabilitation and operational cost.He said that government had begun to commit resources toward the maintenance and preservation of the equipment and facilities of the plant recently and called for improved efforts.According to him, government is considering the report on various options on the way forward for the completion of the project.These options he said include outright sales, concessioning and joint venture of Ajaokuta steel.He, however, denied rumour about the company equipment being obsolete, adding that the company, with 98 per cent completed, could stand test of time, adding that all its equipment were functioning appropriately.The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports that the then President, Alhaji Shehu Shagari, laid the foundation of Ajaokuta in 1980 and within four years, it attained was 84 per cent completion.Ajaokuta steel company is located on 24,000 hectares of sprawling green-field landmass built on 800-hectares of land.It is Nigeria’s leading steel company and intended to be the leading supplier of quality steel products in all the major economic sectors, including construction, packaging, wire drawing and nail making industry among others.

Source: Emmy loaded

4 ways to treat bald head & grow long hair fast (no.4 is amazing)

– Are you sick and tired of your reclining bald hair?

– Do you want to regrow your hair without spending a fortune on hair transplant.

– Do you want to have a full hair so you can finally look good and presentable to family, friends and business partners alike?

Then you need to read this article to the very end now.

The issue of hair loss is one that can be really distressing and sad for many people, it also happens to be a common problem that affects both men and women. As annoying as it can be, the good news is it can be fixed if only you seek the right kind of remedy.Hair loss, whether in form of bald head in men, scanty edges in women, inability to grow healthy hair above a certain length, bald patches and the likes, come with a lot of consequences for the sufferer. It reduces self-esteem and causes a lot of embarrassment.Everybody wants beautiful hair because it goes a long way to enhance their appearance, and honestly, everybody deserves beautiful hair, that is why today we will be telling you about the top ways you can remedy your bad hair situation naturally without going broke or trying out anything harmful.

1. Frequent scalp massages

Do you know that massaging your scalp regularly could be one vital regimen you are missing in your life. It is easy, affordable, relaxing and surprisingly effective in aiding hair growth and treating bald hair by stimulating the scalp. Simply use a natural oil for this process, the best ones to try are castor oil, coconut oil and olive oil; just remember to not get carried away and pour too much oil, a little goes a long way and will work wonders for you.

2. Eat healthy

The popular saying ‘you are what you eat’ is one you should always keep in mind when going for natural remedies. Eating balanced and healthy diets will purge your body of toxins and help your organs function properly; your skin will be healthier, you will feel better and your hair and nails will flourish with the rest of your body. So never forget to eat healthy!

3. Keep your scalp clean, healthy and stress free

You cannot grow beautiful strong hair on an unhealthy scalp; your hair cannot thrive on dirty and infected scalp, so getting your hair washed regularly is a must if you want your hair to grow. Treat any scalp infections you may have too as they have a way of eating your hair away. For women, avoid very tight hairstyles that cause stress to your hair and cause breakage. Take care of your scalp and it will reward you with great hair and no bald spots.

4. The fastest and best remedy for hair loss – Get the Snazi hair growth serum!

The BEST method to deal with your reclining hair is to get an 100% hair serum that will deal with your hair loss issues very fast.

There are several hair solution out there but many don’t work, but there is one I tried and really worked the magic i desired.

It could be really stressful to follow a hair regimen for a very long time before you can see results, that is why you will need to get a naturally prepared remedy that already contains everything you need to keep your scalp healthy, infection-free and well stimulated – this is where the Snazi hair growth serum comes in.

With this natural solution you can regrow your bald hair, treat bald spots and even grow a longer and fuller beard if you want too.

Snazi hair serum helps stimulate hair growth unlike most hair serum other there which never really work the magic you are looking for.

I am so much sure of Snazi’’s potency, I give you a 60 days money back guarantee on using it.

Now you can practically say good bye to the shame of bald head, receding hairline, scanty edges, and stunted hair growth; the Snazi serum will give you beautiful healthy hair, full head of hair and long hair in no time.

So, are you ready to grow your hair back and look as handsome/beautiful  you should be? 

This Is How Much Most Graduates Earn In Nigeria As Starting Salary – Stutern – 


​Stutern, a Lagos-based online platform has published the salary distribution of employed graduates in Nigeria. Stutern carries out studies on employment in Nigeria and Nigerian universities and this year, they created something called the Nigerian Graduate report. According to the report released, statistics were obtained between 2010-2016. Stutern embarked on a study into the salary distribution of employed graduates and below is what was found out. 
1. More than 50% of Nigerians currently earn N50,000 or less on a monthly basis. 

2. 1 in 4 new graduates earn less than N20,000 monthly as starting salary. 

3. Over 80% of employed graduates currently earn not more than N150,000 per month.

4. Most graduates earn between N20,000 – N50,000 monthly both as starting salary and current salary. 

5. Only about 1.92% earn above N150,000 monthly. 

What  a data!

What do you think?

Probe ASUU! -Group Tells Police (See Why)

A civil society group has urged the Nigeria police to investigate officials of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) over the hacked website of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
The group, Concerned Stakeholders in Education and Governance said the officials must be investigated to ascertain the roles in the hacked website.

 A statement jointly signed by group’s president Bala Kuta and its secretary general Silas Awulu said the CSEG condemns the statement credited to the ASUU University of Ibadan chapter’s chairman Deji Omole. Omole had called for the sack of Ishaq Oloyede, JAMB’s registrar, and scrapping of the examination bodyBut in his reaction, Kuta said CSEG view Omole’s statement against Oloyede and the examination body as a plot to sabotage the admission process in Nigeria.

He said the plot is also aimed a favouring syndicates that some dubious lecturers, who are no doubt ASUU members, use for populating the nation’s higher institutions with mediocre candidates.We also demand that the Police should further probe the hackers of the JAMB website to see if there is any nexus between the criminals and members of ASUU, University of Ibadan that they can go any length to destroy Professor Oloyede and his good reforms for Nigeria,” Kuta said.

Recall that the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) arrested five suspects in this regard. We think that it is no coincidence that some of these suspects were arrested in Oyo state, where Dr Omole is based, in addition to the others caught in Ogun and Borno state.He added that the solution ASUU’s tactics is simply to get back at the chief executive of a government agency.

The group said the statement attributed to the University of Ibadan ASUU chapter chairman on scrapping of JAMB is a ploy to sabotage the education in NigeriaHe said that members of ASUU have focused on the perennial demand for increase in their wages while leaving the welfare and quality of education to the dogs that they cannot appreciate trends in education.Even as it tries to remove the speck from another’s eye, in the ultimate insult to Nigerians, ASUU has refused to address the numerous cases of cultism, examination malpractice and sexual abuses perpetrated by its members on Nigerian campuses.

 “It is therefore ridiculous that it has appointed itself into a tribunal over the Governing Board of JAMB. “We therefore call on the University of Ibadan Chapter of ASUU and Dr Omole to apologize to Nigerians for calling for the scrapping of JAMB,” Kuta added.