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Thursday, 31 August 2017

JAMB 2017 Cut-Off Mark: It's Still 200 for Some! Nigerian Universities, Polytechnics & Colleges of Education Fix their Cut-off Marks for Admission (See Full List)

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), was criticized heavily by Nigerians following their fixing minimum cut off marks for admissions into Nigerian universities at 120, polytechnics and colleges of education at 100, and that of innovative enterprising institutes at 110.

However, institutions are now free to raise their cut off marks for admission above the minimum set by JAMB and the various intitutions sure did. The Senate and management of tertiary institutions in Nigeria have sent their cut-off marks for admissions to JAMB.

Meanwhile, universities like Unilag, University of Ibadan, Uniben amongst others fixed their marks at 200. See the full list as shared by Premium Times 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 120
289 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, KATSINA, KATSINA STATE 140
290 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OBUDU, CROSS RIVER STATE 100
291 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (SPECIAL), OYO, OYO STATE 100
292 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHN.), AKOKA, LAGOS STATE 100
293 FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECH.), ASABA, DELTA STATE 100


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Nigeria Is a Country Where Tyranny & Injustice Runs Deep - Femi Fani-Kayode says

The former minister of aviation  during Olusegun Obasanjo administration, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode condemns the 'unprofessionalism' displays by some kitchen cabinet members of the President Buhari's administration.

He also reveals how the Muhammadu Buhari's government fights tooth and nail to making sure that some of his opinions and statements are prevented from been aired or published on Nigeria's television stations and newspapers.

On August 3rd 1857, in what can only be described as one of the most profound, moving, passionate and inspiring speeches in human history, Frederick Douglas, the former black slave and the great freedom fighter and philosopher said, inter alia, the following:

"Let me give you a word of the philosophy of reform. The whole history of the progress of human liberty shows that all concessions yet made to her august claims have been born of earnest struggle.

The conflict has been exciting, agitating, all-absorbing, and for the time being, putting all other tumults to silence. It must do this or it does nothing. If there is no struggle there is no progress.

Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation are men who want crops without plowing up the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters.

This struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, and it may be both moral and physical, but it must be a struggle.

Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them, and these will continue till they are resisted with either words or blows, or with both.

The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress. In the light of these ideas, Negroes will be hunted at the North and held and flogged at the South so long as they submit to those devilish outrages and make no resistance, either moral or physical.

Men may not get all they pay for in this world, but they must certainly pay for all they get. If we ever get free from the oppression and wrongs heaped upon us, we must pay for their removal.

We must do this by labor, by suffering, by sacrifice, and if needs be, by our lives and the lives of others".

These powerful and insightful words are as true and as relevant today as they were 150 years ago when they were first spoken.

They are words that have universal application to humanity and that have been recited and repeatedly chanted like a haunting and inspiring mantra by virtually every notable prisoner of conscience, freedom fighter and agitator for equity, liberty and human rights over the last one hundred and fifty years.

They are particularly relevant in the Nigeria of today where tyranny and injustice runs deep, where any form of resistance or opposition is regarded as subversion and is met with brutality and lethal force and where any telling criticism of the ruling APC party, government officials or the President is regarded as "hate speech" that must be suppressed.

Permit me to give just one example of the latter in this contribution which, in my view, clearly reflects the nervous and obsessive disposition, the sheer madness and the sociopathic narcissism of the Buhari administration.

A few days ago I had a revealing, probing and in-depth interview with a leading television station about President Muhammadu Buhari, his record in office over the last two years, his health and his government.

Lai Mohammed, our notoriously excitable and mendatious Minister of Information, was so upset and disturbed by the contents of that discussion that he personally called the television station that recorded it and told them that the government would close them down if they dared to air it.

His call was followed by an equally threatening one from the chief executive of the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation who issued the same threat.

Yet it did not stop there. Femi Adesina, the President's spokesman, almost defecated in his pants when he got a whisper of some of the things that I had revealed and he wondered out loud how I managed to get all the facts and information that I shared during the interview.

He begged the station not to air it as well and also threatened them with dire consequences if they did so. Sadly the station in question got cold feet, succumbed to the threats and fell for the blackmail.

I am not surprised by this and neither do I blame them for doing so. I say this because they, more than any other, have been subjected to all manner of harassment over the years yet despite that they remain one of the most balanced, professional, forthright and courageous media outfits in the country till today.

They are indeed the first among equals but they also know the monsters that they are dealing with when it comes to the Buhari administration and they appreciate the fact that they have to be extremely careful even when it comes to reporting what are essentially notorious facts.

They have to be even more careful when it comes to allowing strong opposition figures like yours truly and other non-conformists and perceived enemies of the government to use their powerful platform to air their personal opinions and strong dissenting views.

The truth is that this government is vicious and dangerous and, in my view, they are only one step away from "disappearing" (Argentinian style) media practitioners, publishers, essayists, columnists and writers that are not prepared to bow down to their unholy will and lick their filthy, unclean and unwashed posterior.

Simply put they are a chicken-hearted government that are terrified of their own shadow.

They are a government of uncircumcised Philistines who were put in power by heathens and unbelievers and who attract and enjoy the support of every low-life and apostate from the south side of hell.

Nothing terrifies them more than public scrutiny and the glorious light of accountability and truth.

From the top to the bottom they are all the same: gangsterish and paranoid charlatans who flourish in darkness and who thrive in division, conflict, lies, deceit, suppression, threats, murder, violence and intimidation.

Femi Adesina's cowardice and perfidy particularly is nothing new. This is the same man that threatened the publisher of two leading national newspapers to close my weekly column and that has been begging and offering inducements to virtually every online magazine that I write for to stop publishing my essays.

That is how fearful, feeble, powerless, shameless, cowardly and paranoid the Buhari government has become. That is the level of their depravity and that is the level that they have degenerated to.

They cannot take criticism and they cannot bear any form of factual and in-depth analysis of their abysmal and woeful performance.

They do not have the stomach or intellectual stamina for a strong and lively challenge, for what I would describe as "hardtalk" or indeed for any form of virile debate and contentious public discourse.

Simply put they behave like a congress of baboons and a colony of monkeys. They always run away from a real fight and a real debate and they are terrified of those that are ready to take them on.

Instead of attempting to defend themselves in the court of public opinion they seek to silence the opposition by the power of their might and they seek to suppress dissent, muscle the media and bury the truth.

Despite their sheer desperation to hold on to power at any cost and to cower the people and in spite of their despicable, tyrannical and inglorious mindset I have the following to say to them: like Satan, your time is short.

You oppress the people and whip them into line, not by good works or inspiring leadership, but through the usage of nothing but intimidation, lies, threats, blackmail, disinformation, witchunts, fear, hate, division and terror. Your tactics are as despicable as they are deplorable.

Yet despite your subjugation and tyranny it will soon be over for you. The earth and the heavens have rejected you, the elemental forces oppose you and the Nigerian people secretly despise you. This is the doing of the Lord and it is marvelous in our sight.

You cannot wash away the blood that you have shed. You cannot erase the memory of your failures and your atrocities and those that you have humiliated, destroyed, insulted, tortured, incarcerated and subjected to persecution and the most vicious and callous media trials.

You cannot silence the voice of the voiceless, you cannot intimidate the servant of truth and you cannot suppress the champion of the oppressed.

The finger of the Lord has marked you down for shame, torment and destruction and the sword of the Lord has wounded you beyond redemption. The rats were just the beginning. More miracles and wonders will soon come.

The truth is that no matter how hard you try to put out the raging fire and the crisis of confidence that has afflicted you it will not stop. Your days are numbered and your end is nigh. The Ancient of Days has spoken and He shall perfect it.

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How Innovation Will Help Nigeria Diversify Her Economy - Segun Adeleye

* Experts, Segun Adeleye and Ayodele Shittu have called on the Nigerian government to adopt innovations that will help diversify the Nigeria's economy

 * The experts said that diversification from oil-sector is necessary but may not be enough to grow the nation's economy

 * The duo noted that Nigeria has lost its opportunity of sustaining its wealth from oil

An expert, Segun Adeleye has giving insight on probable ways with which the economy of Nigeria could be diversified.

According to the Guardian reports, Segun Adeyele, the president of Worldstage Group while speaking at the 2017 WordStage Economic Forum in Lagos said however that diversification into non-oil sectors may be necessary but that it is not enough to sustain the Nigerian economy.

He however said that new initiatives must as a matter of urgency be adapted to ensure the growth of Nigeria's economy.

Segun said, while Nigeria seems to have lost the opportunity to develop its oil wealth in the past, the future is still bright with many yet to be harnessed resources available.

In his word; "While we are still lamenting the lost opportunity to have developed with our oil wealth in the past, we can see the future unfolding before us, just as how the internal combustion engine is projected to die and the oil business, is to become obsolete in the very near future." 

“With the calls for Nigeria to diversify its economy from oil after several missed opportunities in six decades, the new question begging for answer is, how fast and far can diversification solve economic problems in the short, medium and long terms?” Adeyele asked. 

Speaking also is an Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation Economist, Ayodele Shittu who noted that consistency, and sincerity of purpose from businesses owners and political leaders is necessary to transform Nigeria’s business environment.

He said that Nigerian businesses are yet to fulfill their potentials. Shittu as well noted that there is an urgent need to prioritize the education sector in order to support the growing human capital in Nigeria.

According to him; “The available evidence, in this regard shows that the score of the skills of the future workforce sub-pillar is lower than the score of the current workforce by 10 per cent or more," Shittu said. 

“Since the first quarter of the 2016 through the second quarter of the 2017, Nigeria has witnessed negative perceptions of business activities in the country. While the level of pessimism is declining, common constraining factors cited among the firms surveyed include financial barriers, unfavourable political climate, competition, and insufficient local demand". He said.

Recall, there had been earlier report that the vice president Yemi Osinbajo said the solution to Nigeria's problems is diversification of economy.

Yemi Osinbajo also said restructuring alone will not put an end to the problems being faced by the nation at present.

He also said that the federal government is focused on development of science and technology to improve on the economy sector.
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Environmental Problem: Over 15,000 Persons Reportedly Sacked From their Residents in the Benue State Capital, Makurdi

Report has it that over 15,000 persons have been displaced from their residents owing to the heavy downpour on Saturday night, which resulted to flooding submerging more than 2,000 houses in Makurdi, the Benue State capital, and its environs.

The hardest hit areas are Achuasa Media Village, Wadata Rice Mill, Behind Police Zone Four, Larozone Nyiman Quarters, Judges Quarters, Gboko Road, Logo, New Bank Road, Abu, Shuluwa Road and the neighbourhood of Radio Benue, where all the houses in the community, including the transmitter of the state-owned radio station, were submerged.

However, the state governor, Samuel Ortom, has appealed to the Federal Government to come to their aid to avoid a repeat of the  2012 when River Benue broke its banks, also swept away hundreds of millions of Naira worth of property and valuables in a downpour that lasted over four hours.

Governor Samuel Ortom made the appeal on his inspection of the flooded areas in Maiduguri yesterday, and described the problem as overwhelming.
The governor has however, called on those living in flood-prone areas across the state to relocate, just as he directed the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), to liaise with the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) to seek means of assisting those who have been displaced.

He also said that structures constructed on drainage channels and flood plains would be demolished.
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Harvard Got Me Reading Like Never Before..lt's a Reading Vacation - Chika Ike says

The Nollywood actress, Chika Ike posted the picture with the caption: The harder I work the Luckier I get .... No one promised that it will be easy but it will be worth  it . Harvard got me reading like never before..lt's a reading Vacation...Lol

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Nigerian Army Launches Deadly Attack Against Boko Haram, 5 top Commanders Reportedly Dead (Pictured)

* The Nigerian army carried out an operation against Boko Haram terrorists

* Top Boko Haram commanders were killed in the operation

* The Nigerian army vowed not to relent in its fight against the insurgent group

The Nigerian army in its latest operation against Boko Haram insurgent attacked some of its top commanders which has given rise to the death of five of them.

According to a statement released by Sani Usman, the spokesperson of the Nigerian Army, he confirmed that the army and the Nigerian Airforce carried out a bombardment operation that killed a large number of the terrorists.

He however, identified top five commanders of the terrorist group who were killed in the attack in the operation.
One of the Boko Haram terrorists killed in the operation. Credit: Facebook, SK Usman
They are...
1. Abu Dujana
2. Man Tahiru (Deputy to Boko Haram terrorists group Hisba leader)
3. Man Chari
4. Malam Abdullahi Abu Sa'ad
5. Goni Bamanga

Read full statement below:

Based on received information about the location of some suspected top Boko Haram terrorists’ leaders, the Nigerian Army and the Nigerian Air Force have been carrying out heavy artillery bombardments and air interdictions on registered targets that have killed a large number of Boko Haram terrorists including some of the group’s key leaders.
The army's latest operation decimated major Boko Haram commanders. Credit: Facebook, SK Usman 
The Nigerian Army artillery using Multi-Barrel Rocket Launchers has lobbed many rockets over the suspected location the terrorists’ leaders are hiding. Video clips obtained on battle damage assessment shows clear success of the exercise. More details of successes achieved will be made available as the operation continues.
Another major Boko Haram commander killed in the operation. Credit: Facebook, SK Usman
The key Boko Haram terrorists Ameers neutralized within the week during the joint Artillery and Nigerian Air Force air bombardments include; Abu Dujana, Man Tahiru (Deputy to Boko Haram terrorists group Hisba leader), Man Chari, Malam Abdullahi Abu Sa'ad and Goni Bamanga.

The Nigerian military would continue with the concerted onslaught on the reported Boko Haram terrorists’ location till they have been eliminated.

You are please requested to disseminate this information to the public through your medium.

Thank you for your kind cooperation.
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President Muhammadu Buhari Receives Hero's Welcome In His Hometown, Daura (photos)

* President Muhammadu Buhari flew to his state, Katsina for the Eid Il Kabir holiday for celebration

* The President was warmly received by his state governor and traditional rulers

* Thousands of people in his home town trooped out to welcome him

The President received resounding reception when he arrived Daura in Katsina state in readiness for the Eid Il Kabir celebration coming up on Friday, September 1.

President Muhammadu Buhari left Abuja after presiding over the federal executive council meeting on Wednesday, August 30 for his hometown.

He was received by his state governor, Aminu Bello Masari, Emir of Katsina HRH Alhaji Abdulmumini Kabir Usman and GOC 1 Division Nigerian Army Major General Adeniyi Oyebade

According to NAN reports, right inside the town itself,  President Buhari’s arrival excited many people, who broke out in prayers for his good health.

Malam Aminu Shehu, a trader who could not control his emotion, described the arrival of the president as a relief to Nigerians, especially his kinsmen who spent a year without seeing him.
He praised God that the president was looking happy and not fatigued.

“We will continue to pray for the well-being of the president’’.

Hajiya Nana Mohammed, a politician from Maiadua Local Government Area, said the president was back for the better, describing his arrival as an unprecedented home coming and “we wish him well’’.

Alhaji Abdurrahaman Danmalan, a politician and the Danmadamin Daura, described the numerous reforms introduced by the present administration as a welcome development.

He said the president was pursuing the reforms on agriculture, education, security and infrastructure with vigour.

On his part, Mr Musa Mohammed, the Chairman of the Daura chapter of the NURTW, thanked God and well meaning Nigerians for their sustained prayers for the recovery of the president

He said his members would book for an appointment to see the president to formally greet and interact with him.

Alhaji Ali Rabe, the Chairman of the Daura Emirate Amalgamation of Political Associations, also told NAN that arrangement for a thanksgiving service had been concluded.
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I Poisoned My Two Weeks Old Step-son Owing to the Hatred I've for My Husband & His Mother - 17-Yr-Old Housewife in Bauchi Confesses

The Bauchi state police command today paraded 17-year-old housewife, Hindatu Abdullahi pictured above, who poisoned her two weeks old stepson because of the deep hatred she had for her husband, Abdullahi Ori, and the boy's mother who is her husband's first wife.

The suspect who hails from Wuro Bogga village in Duguri District of Alkaleri Local Government Area of the state, said she was forced into marrying her husband two years ago.

“My husband and I have been married for two years now and we have a child. He married me as his second wife. He used to love me dearly, but he suddenly started maltreating me. He would beat me, insult me and abuse me at the slightest provocation. I reported his maltreatment to my parents all the time, but they have never believed what I told them, since it was their idea for me to marry him.

"My father forced me to marry him, against my wish. I have been staying in my husband’s house just because of my parents. I have not been in good terms with my husband and my rival. We are always fighting. I don’t know why I did what I did, but I regret it. Whatever punishment that will be given to me should be done, but every time I remember my action, I keep regretting doing what I did"

The suspect said she sneaked into the room of her co-wife when she stepped out and tried administering a poisonous substance on the child but the baby refused to take the substance. The substance however poured on the child.

“I quickly removed his clothes and cleaned the poison with it. I became very confused, realising what I had done,” she said

Abdullahi further said that the baby was then rushed to the hospital and the nurse said the baby did not swallow the poison. She said her husband who is in Saudi Arabia for the Hajj was called to be informed about the recent development

“My siblings took me to my co-wife and I apologized to her and she said she has forgiven me; but she left everything to God to judge. They called my husband on phone and told him and he vowed to divorce me when he returns from his pilgrimage,” she added.

She claimed that she was given 80 strokes of the cane after her husband’s brother insisted that she must be punished for committing such a wicked act.

“He took me to a vigilance office in our area and they gave me 80 strokes of the cane besides the tax they placed on my father, which he paid. My husband’s brother said he wasn’t satisfied with the punishment I was given, so he took me to the Police Station at Maina Maji, where I spent two nights before they brought me here” she said.

The Bauchi state command says the suspect would soon be arraigned in court.

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Benefits of Kick-Starting Your Day With Drinking Water

When you wake up in the morning, what is the first thing you put into your system? Some people prefer to kick-start their day with a cup of tea or coffee or a glass of orange juice. But how many start their day with water?

Remember, seventy per cent of the human body content is water, and so water plays an important role in the proper functioning of your body.

Below Are Some Proven Benefits

* Drinking plenty water can help to relieve headaches as some of the most common headaches are due to dehydration.

* Proper hydration will help your joints and muscles lubricated, do you're less likely to experience cramps and sprains.

* Drinking water helps to improve the vitality of your skin; you will look younger if your skin is healthier.

* Drinking water regulates your body temperature and helps to fuel your muscles.

* It also helps to flush out toxins and waste products from your body.

* Drinking water will help to relieve fatigue. If your body lacks water, your heart will have to work harder to pump out oxygenated blood to all cells, and so will the rest of your vital organs making you tired.

It is commonly known that water has many benefits to the human body. But did you know that drinking water in the morning, immediately upon waking up, can have amazing therapeutic effects for a multititude of health conditions, ranging from pain to asthma or cancer?

You may shun the idea but yes, it is true that water on an empty stomach in the morning can be immediately beneficial to the body, and adopting this habit can result in a positive change to your general health and vitality.

How to Drink Water in the Morning for Best Results:

Drink 75cl of water immediately after waking up. Avoid drinking or eating anything else for an hour before and after drinking the water. Everything at the beginning seems difficult. At first, you may have a hard time drinking 75cl of water, at a go.

It, however, becomes easier, as your body gradually becomes accustomed to the routine. As you nourish your body, daily, three times, with food and water, nourish your soul with God's word.

More Benefits of Drinking Water in the Morning

* Helps You Lose Weight: When you continue about 16 ounces of water, you will boost your body's metabolism by about 24 per cent, thus helping you lose those extra pounds.

* Balances the Lymph System: When you drink water, first thing in the morning on a daily basis, you help balance your body's lymph system. Lymph glands found in your lymph system fight infections, helping you to perform your daily activities. They also balance the fluids in your body.

* Renews Cells: Drinking water, first thing in the morning, increases the rate at which new muscles and blood cells are produced.

* Makes Your Skin Glow: Water is known to purge toxins from your blood, and as a result, you end up with a glowing skin.

* Purifies the Colon: When you drink water after you have woken up, before eating anything, you are purifying your clone, thereby making nutrients absorption easy.

Source: Read Us
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Wednesday, 30 August 2017

Governor Ayo Fayose lashes at President Muhammadu Buhari over Nigerian economy

* Governor Ayodele Fayose accused President Muhammadu Buhari of not being aware of Nigerian's suffering

* The governor said the president has lost touch with the country's economic realities

* He said that every Nigerian is suffering, given that the economy is bad

The Ekiti state governor, Ayodele Fayose has lashed out at President Buhari saying his more than three month stay in London for medical treatment may have made him lose touch with the country’s economic realities.

According to a statement issued on Wednesday, August 30 by his special assistant on public communications and new media, Lere Olayinka, Ayo Fayose said it seemed like the President Buhari was happy the citizens are suffering.

He said Buhari’s statement that he was pleased with the country’s economy situation was pitiful.

In his word: “It is like the President endorsing the sufferings of Nigerians and this is painful.

“That President Buhari, who met exchange rate at N197 to $1 said that he is pleased with the economy when exchange rate is now N370 to $1 is a clear indication that the government is being run on his behalf.

“The National Bureau of Statistics, in its unemployment report for the fourth quarter (Q4) 2016 said 3.67 million Nigerians became jobless in one year and that the number of unemployed Nigerians rose from 7.51 million at the beginning of October 2015 to 11.19 million at the end of September 2016.

“The same NBS, said in its June 2015 to May 2016 National Corruption Report, that over N400bn was paid as bribes to public officials in Nigeria in one year (June 2015 – May 2016). Yet, they will tell Nigerians that they are fighting corruption when indeed, corruption is thriving under the All Progressives Congress government of President Buhari.

“As at May 29, 2015 that Buhari became President, bag of rice was less than N8,000, a bag of rice is about N18,000 now, more than 25 states cannot pay workers salary regularly owing to dwindled revenue from the federation account, and someone is telling Nigerians that the economy is doing well? It is clear that the President has lost touch with real economic situation of the country.”

Fayose insisted that every Nigerian was aware of the economic situation of the country and said the president was not telling Nigerians the truth. He said: “Nigerians are hungry, they are suffering and telling them that all is well is like adding salt to their injury". He said.

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Blac Chyna and Mechie seems back together as both were spotted in a car dealership

Blac Chyna and her boyfriend, Mechie reportedly parted ways last week after she caught him becoming overly friendly with women online. But it appears they are back together again.
Blac Chyna and Mechie were spotted at a car dealership where they spent some time looking at cars on Monday. There are rumors that Chyna is trying to get a car for Mechie. The car dealership they stopped by is the Calabasas Luxury Motorcar dealership where Scott Disick gets his luxury cars from.
Before they were spotted at the car dealership, Chyna and Mechie were photgraphed on Saturday chatting at the San Bernardino, California, music festival and they seemed to still be very much together.

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FG’s already restructuring: It’s all lies, says Afenifere


The Federal Government has commenced the process of restructuring in the way it understands, the Minister of Information, Culture, and Tourism, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said yesterday.

His assertion was immediately rebuffed by chieftains of the Yoruba and Igbo socio-cultural groups. Elder statesman, Tanko Yakasai and  Second Republic lawmaker, Dr. Junaid Mohammed also faulted the claim, accusing the government of projecting lies.

The minister, who spoke on a Channels Television live interview, also disclosed that President Muhammadu Buhari had intervened in the reported face-off between the Attorney General of the Federation, Alhaji Abubakar Malami, and Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

Mohammed was pushed to his wits’ end in playing down the reported face-off which he said the press was determined to blow-up. He, however, assured that the President’s response to the crisis would conclude the matter.

Mohammed, during the interview anchored by Maupe Ogun, also disclosed that the Federal Government had drawn a red line on hate speech, saying any breaches would be met with requisite sanctions.

He said: “For the Federal Government, restructuring means devolution of power. Restructuring means for the Federal Government, a system whereby government’s policies and programmes can reach everybody at the grassroots.

“For us, restructuring means ability that will allow you to deliver and in our own way, we have started.

“The Acting President (then) issued an order to the Police that they should start implementing community policing; that is one aspect of restructuring that we believe will deliver better criminal justice.

“As a government, we look at our constitution as it is today and we follow strictly what the constitution says, and in applying the constitution, we look at practical ways of reaching out to people.

“The constitution is the grundnorm today; that is the basis of our being together and you cannot today as a government do anything that is contrary to that Constitution because that is the supreme law of the country.

“So, even when you talk about restructuring, you may need to amend certain provisions of the constitution, and we all know how cumbersome it is to do that. But we are not averse to genuine grievances, we are ready to look at them, but what the government cannot do is to react to the cacophony of voices.”
The minister also rebuffed insinuations of a ‘civil war’ within the administration as reflected in the crisis between the AGF, Malami, and the acting chairman of the EFCC, Mr. Magu.

He said:  “People may have different ideas, but this is not unusual, and I can assure you that the matter will soon be brought under control.

With the anchor insisting, Mohammed threw back, saying, “I think you are trying to make a mountain out of a molehill. There is nothing unusual for two agencies of the same government to have different means on how to achieve the goal. But it is a matter that will be resolved and will be resolved.”

Asked if the President was aware of the crisis, he said: “Yes, he is. He is the employer of the two of them. The President would look into the matter and, of course, pronounce on the issue. The EFCC chairman, why would he take the position that he is taking?  The AGF, why would he take the line he is taking?”

It’s unfortunate — Afenifere

Reacting to Mohammed’s position on restructuring, the pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere, described his statement as unfortunate and an attempt to confuse Nigerians.

Afenifere’s National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Yinka Odumakin, said:  “Where and how have they started? It is pathetic and unfortunate that a person like Alhaji Lai Mohammed can say such on a fundamental issue. So, when they put fiscal federalism in their party’s constitution, all they meant was community policing? “So, where is the community policing?

It is rather unfortunate that he can make such petty obfuscation to confuse the people. I heard him also saying on television that restructuring means different things to different people. So, what does restructuring mean to them (APC) when they put it in their manifesto? He should spell out what it meant to them. It is just unfortunate.”

Lai Mohammed is telling us lies...

On his part, Second Republic lawmaker, Dr. Junaid Mohammed, said: ‘’First, I am not one of those agitating for restructuring because I don’t believe in it.  I believe that those doing so, do not have the interest of the country at heart.
“From both sides of the argument for restructuring, we have seen that there is shortage of details. None of the sides understands what restructuring means to them.

“We have an Executive that is at war with the National Assembly, and that has not made them work together since the President was elected.  It is this kind of situation that makes people like my friend, Lai Mohammed, to be telling us lies.  Lai Mohammed who is a lawyer is being economical with the truth.

‘’The system of government we practice is such that you can’t do things by fiat, they have to pass through the constitutional processes.  With the situation on the ground, let us please, pipe low on agitations so that people like Lai will not be feeding us with lies.

“Those agitating for restructuring lost out in the past, at the Confab and other fora. If that is the case, why shutting down the government to satisfy the interest of those who have selfish political agenda? It is not good.”

Lai’s position is not clear — Tanko Yakassai

Elder statesman, Tanko Yakassai, called on proponents of restructuring to come up with a clear definition and blueprint in order to earn the support of Nigerians.

Yakassai told Vanguard that Lai Mohammed spoke tongue-in-cheek against the position of the likes of Chief Emeka Anyaoku and Chief Ayo Adebanjo.

He said that “the North is ready to queue behind the proponents if they can avail us with a clear definition of what they referred to as restructuring.
“Lai’s  understanding of restructuring is not in anyway near what the proponents are agitating and it will be fair for both sides to come up with a blueprint for us to evaluate and take a stand.”

It’s irritating — ECA

The Eastern Consultative Assembly,  ECA, on its part described the assertion by Lai Mohammed as irritating.

ECA Secretary, Evangelist Elliot Ugochukwu-Uko, said the Federal Government was in a cul-de-sac over what to do to save the country from imminent collapse.

“All the minorities in Sokoto, Borno, Adamawa, Kaduna, Kogi are in support of restructuring. The Igbo, Yoruba, Urhobo, Isoko, Igala, among others, are in support of restructuring. The only thing that will save Nigeria from collapse is restructuring; not cosmetic restructuring but restructuring into six regions to allow for economic prosperity.

“The oppressors must know that the days of reckoning are here and that they must account for over 400 years of misdeeds. We are not talking about palliatives; we are talking about the real solution, which is restructuring to calm frayed nerves.

“Our youths are angry, and the only way we can even beg and appease them is to ensure that the country is restructured,” he said.

Source: Vanguard

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