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OAU SUG excos fight over N3.8m... VP got beaten up and Director of Social stabbed

Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Students’ Union Vice President, Jacob Tosin ( Emerald ) and the Director of Social, Adedayo Afolabi ( Lamba ) fought dirty on Tuesday, 5th of September, 2017 at the CEC meeting that held at the office of the President of the Union, Oyekan Ibukun.

According to ib9ja's report; Investigation revealed that the kerfuffle is connected to N3.8 million Students’ Union backlog fund released by the University management on Thursday, 31st of August, 2017.

It was gathered that the council resolved to embark on some projects with the backlog fund which include; refurbishment of union library and construction of SUB relaxation centre, while the Vice President, Emerald expressed her displeasure over the decision because they declined her proposal. The Welfare Director of the Union, Ajiboye Adekanmi, said:“The Vice President was not pleased with the decision because we denied her the funds for fresher’s package.

We told her to wait for the disbursement of of 2016/17…
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FUTA to begin her 2017/2018 Post-Utme Screening Exercise


The Federal University of Technology, Akure online registration for the Computer-Based Post-UTME screening exercise for admission into ALL COURSES/PROGRAMMES for the 2017/2018 Academic session will commence on  Monday 4th and end on Monday 18th September, 2017.

Candidates who made the Federal University of Technology, Akure their First Choice Institution in the 2017/2018 UTME and scored 180 and above are eligible for screening.  In addition, candidates must possess five (5) credit passes including English Language and Mathematics at not more than two (2) sittings. Candidates who do not participate in the Post-UTME screening will not be considered for admission. FUTA will not consider candidates with “Awaiting Results”.

SCREENING FEE IS N2, 000.00(Two Thousand Naira) payable at any bank on e-tranzact platform only.

Candidates are required to
(i)   Visit th…

ASUU Declares Indefinite Strike From 13th August 2017

Following the outcome of the referendum meeting held Sunday afternoon in Abuja by the union leaders, the Academic staff Union of Universities has declared an indefinite strike from Monday 14th August 2017. This the Union leader says is to persuade the Federal government to meet their demands. This came after several branches of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have voted overwhelmingly for members in both federal and state universities to embark on an indefinite strike to press home the implementation of their demands.
ASUU branches nationwide on Friday held a referendum in line with an earlier directive by the National Executive Council (NEC) to vote whether the strike will be indefinite strike, one month strike, one week warning and no strike.

The meeting of ASUU NEC held at the union’s secretariat at Abuja to deliberate on the outcome of the referendum conducted by the branches.
Feelers from the NEC meeting indicate that several of the branches including the Univers…

2016/2017 AbdulKabir Aliu Undergraduate Scholarship Application Now Out.

The Administrators of the Abdulkabir Aliu Foundation are pleased to announce the
commencement of its 2017 scholarship programme.

The scholarship is for Muslim students in the eight (8) federal universities in Nigeria listed

a. Federal University, Oye-Ekiti
b. Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife
c. University of Ibadan
d. University of Lagos
e. Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
f. Federal University of Technology, Akure
g. University of Ilorin
h. Federal University of Technology, Minna

(i) Applicants must be bona fide Muslim students
(ii) Applicants must maintain a Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) that puts them
in a minimum bracket of second class upper division (2:1).

Duly qualified candidates are required to submit their application through the scholarship
website ( from 2nd August to 15th Au…

Usher Accuser Ups Lawsuit To $20M After Testing Positive

it’s been an eventful pass few days for Usher. Last week, a woman filed a $10 million lawsuit against the singer for allegedly exposing her to herpes. This week, she’s updated the suit because she tested positive and now wants more money. According to TMZ, the woman, whose name in legal documents is “Jane Doe,” immediately got tested for the STD after she saw reports online that Usher was infected. TMZ originally broke the story and the woman claims she had unprotected sex with the singer earlier this year. Now she wants $40 million — at least $20 million for emotional harm and medical bills, and another $20 million in punitive damages after testing positive... Usher’s camp has yet to respond.

Crdt: TMZ.

Mike Tyson opens up about his childhoood Sex Abuse

Mike Tyson opened up about his childhood in a recent interview and revealed a traumatic moment that changed his life forever. Mike told ESPN reporter Jeremy Schapp how being sexually abused as a little boy taught him how to be tough for the world we live in. He told Schapp a man tried to lure him into a building but refused to go into full detail of what happened to him.
“Well I don’t like to talk about that, I like to keep that where it was in the past, but I was molested as a child,” Tyson said. Despite Schapp interviewing Tyson multiple times for the last 25 years, Schapp has never discussed this story with him.
“It was no one’s business to know, people just don’t talk about it because to some people they believe it’s demasculating them,” Tyson said.
“I learned that it doesn’t make you any less of a man because it happened,” he added. Crdt: TSR.

Kenya Moore Responds To Accusations She Insulted Kim Zolciak's Son

Reports recently surfaced Kenya Moore insulted Kim Zolciak’s by mentioning her “injured son” during a Nene Leakes “Gurls and Gays” white party over this weekend. Now, Kenya is clearing those rumors claiming she never mentioned Kim’s son!
Moore spoke to Hello Beautiful to clear the air saying,
“That’s a boldface lie. Her child was never mentioned. Kim is just trying to spin the story. I don’t fight with or insult children, which is why I have not responded to the two disgusting insults from Kim’s 20-year-old daughter. As an educator, former USA, I do not respond to ignorance from children.” TMZ reported Kim and Kenya allegedly got into a brawl after a few heated words were exchanged during the party. Kim reportedly told Kenya her marriage was fake. Kenya told Kim she “pimped out her daughter for John Legend tickets.” Castmates claim Kim thought she heard Kenya say “your injured son” and then reportedly attacked Kenya.
Crdt: TSR, TMZ.

Samsung Confirms The Massiveness Of Galaxy Note 8

Samsung is clearly excited about its (highly expensive) Galaxy Note 8. Earlier this month the company ‘accidentally’ leaked it and now Samsung has gone a step further and officially promoted its massive size and new design…

This details came this week when the company sent out official press launch invites for its latest and, arguably, most important smartphone to date. But more importantly Samsung chose to give away two of the handset’s biggest talking points.

Mega Size Multiple leaks from credible sources have shown the Galaxy Note 8 will be the largest premium smartphone Samsung has ever made sporting a whopping 6.3-inch, 19.5:9 aspect ratio display. Now Samsung’s official catchphrase for the event is: “Do Bigger Things”.

All New Design
While a 6.3-inch smartphone is obviously a big device, what will minimise its footprint is switching the range to the almost bezel-less Infinity Display used in the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. In fact this allowed Samsung to enlarge the Galaxy S8 P…

9 Illegal Immigrants Found Dead In Truck Outside A Walmart, Texas.

Nine people found dead after being crammed into a hot and windowless Mark trailer found parked outside a Walmart in the midsummer Texas heat, victims of what authorities said on Sunday was an immigrant-smuggling attempt gone wrong.

The driver was arrested, and about 20 others rescued from the rig were hospitalized in very critical condition, many with extreme dehydration and heatstroke, officials said.

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus, said "We're looking at a human-trafficking crime,"  calling it "a horrific tragedy."One U.S. official said Sunday evening that 17 of those rescued were being treated for injuries that were considered life-threatening.

Spokeswoman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said Liz Johnson, said they were called to the San Antonio parking lot late Saturday or early Sunday and found eight people dead inside the truck. A ninth victim died at the hospital.

The victims "were very hot to the touch. So these people were in …

FG welcomes court order, accepts to publish names of looters

Hours after a Lagos Federal High Court ordered that names of suspected looters be disclosed to Nigerians, the Federal Government has accepted to obey the order.
The court, presided over by Justice Shagari, had sequel to a suit instituted by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), held that “the Federal Government has a legally binding obligations to tell Nigerians the names of all suspected looters of the public treasury past and present.”
Speaking on the issue with State House correspondents on Wednesday after the Federal Executive Council meeting, the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Mr. Abubakar Malami said government was willing to obey the order.
He said that President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government totally welcomed the order of the court and will ensure it was carried out as long as it does not amount to violation of the rules of the court.

Court orders Federal government to reveal owners of recovered loots

A Lagos Federal High Court on Wednesday ordered the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to disclose all information about suspected looters in the country.
According to the court, Buhari’s government should “immediately release to Nigerians information about the names of high ranking public officials from whom public funds were recovered and the circumstances under which funds were recovered, as well as the exact amount of funds recovered from each public official.”
The judgment was delivered today (Wednesday) by Hon Justice Hadiza Rabiu Shagari following a Freedom of Information suit number: FHC/CS/964/2016 brought by Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP).
The suit followed disclosure last year by the Federal Government of funds recovered from some high-ranking public officials and private individuals.
In her judgment Justice Shagari agreed with SERAP that “the Federal Government has a legally binding obligations to tell Nigerians the names of all su…