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A Taraba State University (TASU) student, Justina Dauda has celebrated graduating at 19 and a ‘virgin’

Taking to her Facebook page, Justina professed to be the most youthful corper from Taraba state at age 19 and could be known as a ‘virgin’ copper.

Her post true to form created a great deal of remarks. Some of which are:

Ken Luntsi: “Congrats Virgin Corper. Proceed to Come Back Intact koh”

Rifleman composed: Not something protected to promote virginity.All the equivalent , congrats assuming on the off chance that it’s true.That will be noteworthy in a nation where 99.99% of female understudy whore their direction through school.Far back when I was in unilag ,Moremi Hall was nicknamed Hotel de Morems

Unknown composed: Lol… I don’t have the foggiest idea why this made me giggle.. I’m a virgin in my 30s and truly on the off chance that you see me you won’t know… ..I resemble the cliché kill sovereign and I have a decent steady employment acquiring right around 2 million month to month! I haven’t been seeing someone very nearly 10 years, that implies I haven’t kissed for just about 10 years, SIGHS… . I appeal to God for conjugal settlement this year, so that I’d at last have intercourse without obstacle to the magnificence of God.. So be it

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FG set to Release New Curriculum for Universities in Nigeria

The National Universities Commission has disclosed that they are set to release a new curriculum for all universities in Nigeria.

This is as the commission announced the introduction of 17 additional disciplines to the Nigerian university system.

The NUC made this known in its latest bulletin, which was exclusively made available to The PUNCH on Sunday.

In the bulletin, the Executive Secretary of the commission, Prof Abubakar Rasheed, explained that the new curriculum was currently being worked upon by a team of experts and expressed the hope that it would be rated one of the best in the world.

The bulletin stated, “The Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission, Prof Abubakar Rasheed, has stated that the commission will soon release the new core curriculum minimum academic standards being worked upon by a committee of experts in diverse disciplines aimed at ensuring that the academic programmes of the Nigerian university system become more globally competitive.

“While reviewing the activities of the commission in the past year, Rasheed recalled that following the 2018-2023 repositioning agenda of the NUC, the university system had in the past five years been undergoing a series of reforms aimed at revitalising it. In achieving the set goals, he said that the commission had continued to stay focused on reforming the system through curriculum reengineering, introduction of new programmes, unbundling of some programmes and undertaking routine accreditation and resource verification visits as well as research and innovation.

“Under the curriculum reengineering project, the commission had conducted a comprehensive review of the entire university curricula, and a draft of the benchmark minimum academic standard was sent to the universities and relevant stakeholders for inputs and comments, which will culminate into a new CCMAS in the system. It is the goal of the commission that by the end of 2022, the new curriculum of the NUS should be rated among the best three in Africa.

“Buttressing further, Prof Rasheed said in a bid to meet the global trend in technology and other emerging areas, the commission had introduced Allied Medical Sciences, Communication Studies and others as additional disciplines in the NUS, making it a total of 17 disciplines in the system.

“Some of the programmes include Artificial and Robotic Engineering, Software Engineering, Cyber Security, Information and Communication Technology, Forensic Science, Agricultural Extension and Community Development, as well as Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering.

“Within the year 2021, the NUC approved and recommended to the Federal Ministry of Education the establishment of 20 additional private universities, making it the largest ever in a single year.”

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IMT/UNN Degree Post-UTME 2021: Cut-off marks, Eligibility and Registration Details

The Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu in cooperation with the University of Nigeria,
Nsukka (UNN) has commenced the trade of forms for the2021/2022post-UTME/ Direct Entry Screening
Exercise for admission into its Degree programmes. The webbing exercise is open to all campaigners who
scored 160 and over in the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) conducted by Joint
Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB). The webbing exercise will be for the following Degree
Programmes; Marketing – sc Banking and Public Business Mass CommunicationB.Sc Computer ScienceB.Sc Note that the below
programmes have been approved by the National University Commission (NUC), and the admitted
campaigners on scale are good to share in National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme. Campaigners with
National Diploma (ND) from honored Polytechnics in Nigeria who applied for Direct Entry in2021/2022
UTME are also eligible for the webbing examination into the below programmes. THE Webbing EXERCISE
IS COMPUTER Grounded. Date of the POST UTME for both the post UTME and Direct Entry campaigners
is on Saturday 2ndFeb. 2022. Venue CBT CENTRE, IMT (CAMPUS3), ENUGU. Time8.00 am. System OF
APPLICATION Click on ONLINE PORT Click on APPLY at top right hand corner of the
website and fill the operation Select INTERSWITCH as the payment option And induce an Tab.

ANYBANK and pay the operation figure of two thousand Naira () only through INTERSWITCH platform
under ENUGU STATE IGR payment. Campaigners can also pay using their credit card payment, publish the operation
acknowledgement . Every seeker must give a valid Dispatch And phone number. For online Operation
Support, contact 07016705460; 07042099242; or shoot an dispatch NOTE
Campaigners are needed to upload online O’Level Result (WASSCE, NECO AND NABTEB). Campaigners
whose Institutions of first choice isn’t IMT/ UNN are also advised to change to the Institute of Management
and Technology (IMT), Enugu In cooperation with the University of Nigeria Nsukka as their First Choice
Institution. Any wrong information given disqualifies the seeker.

Dr. Mrs. Ijeoma C.Aneke



Funai Post-UTME result out

This is to inform all campaigners who shared in the post-UTME Webbing exercise of FUNAI for the2021/2022 academic session that the results have been released and can be checked following the results as outlined below

To access the result, candidates are expected to pay One Thousand Naira (N1,000.00) only, by following the steps below:

1. Kindly log on to FUNAI Post UTME result checking portal via “ 

2. Enter your “JAMB Registration Number” to login

3. Select your payment option: Bank IT (Card payment ) or Generate invoice

4. Generate invoice from the portal Proceed to any bank for your payment

5. Proceed to any bank with your etranzact invoice number to pay

6. Return to the porta, login and enter your “Etranzact PIN”

7. Proceed to check your PUTME screening result.



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Music is found in every known society, past and present, and is considered to be a cultural universal. Since all people of the world, including the most isolated tribal groups, have a form of music, it may be concluded that music is likely to have been present in the ancestral population prior to the dispersal of humans around the world. Consequently, the first music may have been invented in Africa and then evolved to become a fundamental constituent of human life, using various different materials to make various instruments.

A culture’s music is influenced by all other aspects of that culture, including social and economic organization and experience, climate, access to technology and what religion is believed. The emotions and ideas that music expresses, the situations in which music is played and listened to, and the attitudes toward music players and composers all vary between regions and periods. Music history is the distinct subfield of musicology and history which studies music (particularly Western art music) from a chronological perspective.


llb degree, what it means

What does LLB mean?
You always come across a particular individual who is slightly baffled by the term “LLB”, assuming the abbreviation is quite unusual compared to BA or BSc.

Most know that BA stands for Bachelor of Arts and BSc stands for Bachelor of Science.

llb degree, however, is not abbreviated in the same way and this leads to great uncertainty.

The reason? Well, we would have to go back further and research llb degree development, although it really isn’t that complicated. llb degree starts from the Latin abbreviation Legum Baccalaureus (also known as Bachelor of Laws). Likewise, the master of law is the LLM, the Legum Magister.

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Types of LLB
This can be studied in a number of ways: in the usual three-year full-time law degree format; as a two-year degree course; or as a part-time diploma for four to six years.

This level of flexibility present in llb degree attracts many aspiring students, especially those looking to make a career change.

LLB course content
Regarding the content of the LLB programme, the course consists of seven core modules, which constitute the basic requirements for a law degree in England and Wales.

This includes contract law, criminal law, constitutional and administrative law, EU law, land law and equity and trust funds.

As part of LLB degree, students have the opportunity to supplement these core units with a variety of optional modules. It is important to take a thorough look at the course content to see if it is right for you and to learn about additional modules you can take. This will help you decide which university would be best for you to graduate from.

How hard is LLB?
As for the course itself, be prepared for a lot of reading. Being able to analyze and consult multiple texts and develop this vital skill throughout your graduation is crucial. When you graduate, this should all be second nature.

However, during your graduation, value its importance, otherwise it will cost you high grades. Remember, there is a big difference between a 2.1 and a First. Don’t be foolish enough to lose!

LLB is hard work. The more work you put in, the more you get out of it. Nicholas J McBride in his Letters to a Law Student advises you to “fall in love” with your degree, and if you do, you’ve really hit the jackpot!




Study law in Nigerian Universities

The biggest obstacle to starting a law degree in Nigeria is the cost. The cost of a public university education in Nigeria varies between $200 and $500 per year depending on where you go and what you do while in school. This is a significant amount of money for someone who is unemployed and trying to get by. There are other costs associated with living in Nigeria such as transportation, living expenses (including food), healthcare and child support. This means that the ability to get a degree will depend on how well you can manage these costs. The biggest factor that determines how much a degree costs is not only how expensive schools are but also how reputable the schools are.


Exammaterials Jamb Score Contest FIRST Edition Application Guideline and Details


Exammaterials Jamb Score Contest FIRST Edition.


We are excited to announce to the public about our forthcoming contest organized and sponsored by Exammaterials.

We are pleasured to let you know that it will be an annual contest all year round starting from 2021.

The contest will strictly be for 2021 Jamb candidates that is persons who registered for the 2021 Jamb CBT examination.

This contest is to motivate and prepare all the jamb candidates as they await writing their examinations.


application for the contest will begin on the 30th May 2021(30/5/2021) and end on the 6th June 2021 (6/6/2021).



A short quiz of 10 (ten) questions will be organized by the sponsors,

the questions will come from the Science Subject combination Mathematics English chemistry Physics and Biology two questions each.

Candidates who are able to attempt and answer the questions correctly will qualify for the final round


Among the qualified candidates,
the amiable person to score the highest in the jamb CBT examination will go home with the prize.

Application is closed

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Former JAMB registrar Professor Dibu Ojerinde arrested over alleged N900million fraud

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC)
has arrested a former Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) ,  Professor Dibu Ojerinde

The ICPC Spokesperson, Azuka Ogugua made the announcement on Wednesday.

Ogugua said in the statement that the former JAMB Boss was arrested on March 15, 2021, in Abuja for committing multiple frauds while heading JAMB and the National Examination Council (NECO).

“He has been detained by the Commission for questioning over allegations of multiple identities, abuse of office, money laundering, tax evasion, and making false statements to public officials.

“The former JAMB boss is also being questioned by the Commission for allegedly awarding fraudulent contracts to shell companies which cannot be traced,” the statement read.

The former JAMB official allegedly awarded numerous fraudulent contracts to shell companies that cannot be traced.

Two of such were contracts awarded for the supply of pencils and erasers at the cost of N450 million each to Double 07 Concept Limited, and Pristine Global Concept Limited, respectively in 2013 and 2014.

There is no evidence to show that the items which are examination materials were supplied as the contractors cannot be found.

Similar contracts were allegedly awarded to Solid Figures Limited, Holywalk Limited and other companies for various sums without any trace of executions,” ICPC added.

Ojerinde is currently being held on a remand warrant and will soon be charged to court upon the conclusion of the investigation.

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