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MAPOLY rusticates 90 students for examination misconduct



The management of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Abeokuta, Ogun State, has expelled about 90 students over examination misconduct.
The acting Rector, Dr Adeoye Odedeji, said 30 of them were summarily expelled, while 60 others were suspended by the management.
He disclosed this during the matriculation and oath-taking ceremony held at the institution on Thursday.
Odedeji said the polytechnic has zero tolerance for anti-social behaviours, examination misconduct, indecent dressing, secret associations, among others.
“Your primary aim on this campus is to obtain a certificate which will help you achieve in life. Be informed that management frowns at some anti-social behaviours, examination misconduct, indecent dressing and secret associations which you have sworn against today.
“The Polytechnic recently expelled 30 students and suspended another 60 students for examination misconduct,” he said.
The acting Rector also warned that “students are not allowed to enter the school premises with cars that have tinted glasses, for security reasons.”
Odedeji said, “As fresh students, know those who you associate with; refuse any unsolicited assistance from any quarter; run away from anything that is capable of dragging the name of the Institution and your families to the mud. Rather, invest your energy in positive and productive works that will write your name in gold.”
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Prof Ezeokonkwo emerges acting VC of UNN



 •New UNN VC, Prof Romanus Ezeokonkwo
Prof Romanus Ezeokonkwo, the incumbent Deputy Vice-chancellor, Administration at the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) has been elected as the Acting Vice-chancellor of the university.

Chief Okwun Omeaku, the Public Relations Officer of the university made the disclosure in a statement issued at the end of the 422nd session of the Senate in Nsukka on Friday.

He said that Ezeokonkwo won by 200 votes in the election conducted by the senate at its session on Friday.

According to him, Ezeokonkwo defeated Prof Johnson Urama, Deputy Vice-chancellor Academic UNN and Prof Daniel Nwachukwu, the Deputy Vice-chancellor, University of Nigeria Enugu Campus (UNEC).

“Ezeokonkwo scored 200 votes to defeat Urama and Nwachukwu who scored 180 and 25 votes respectiviely,” he said.

The PRO noted that the position of the vice chancellor became vacant following the end of the tenure of Prof Charles Igwe, whose five year-tenure would end on June 10.

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Maduka University Enugu announces school fees structure For 2024/2025 session



Maduka University Enugu has announced the registration for admission for the 2024/2025 academic session.

The university has also released its fee structure for the new academic year, which offers a range of programmes across various schools.

The announcement follows the recent release of the 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) results by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB).
Our cut-off mark is the minimum approved by JAMB for 2024/2025 academic session.

Prospective students can apply for admission into Maduka University’s undergraduate programs in the Schools of Business and Social Sciences, Computing and Engineering, Health Sciences, Pharmacy, and Law.

The university’s fee structure is designed to be at quality and affordability in mind.

The fee structure for various programmes is as follows:

School of Computing:

Computer Science: N690,000.00
Cyber Security: N690,000.00
Software Engineering: N690,000.00


School of Business and Social Sciences:
Accounting: N650,000.00
Economics: N650,000.00
Mass Communication: N650,000.00
International Relations: N650,000.00
Transport Management: N650,000.00

School of Engineering:

Civil Engineering: N690,000.00
Mechanical Engineering: N690,000.00
Mechatronics Engineering: N690,000.00
Computer Engineering: N690,000.00
Electrical & Electronics Engineering: N690,000.00

School of Health Sciences:
Medicine & Surgery: N3,100,000.00
Public Health: N690,000.00
Anatomy: N690,000.00
Physiology: N690,000.00
Radiography: N690,000.00
Biochemistry: N690,000.00
Nursing: N1,100,000.00
Medical Laboratory Science: N690,000.00
Physiotherapy: N690,000.00

School of Pharmacy:
Pharmacy N1,100,000.00

School of Law:
Law N1,100,000

IJMBE & JUPEB: N650,000

These fees cover a full academic session, including a standard N80,000 hostel accommodation and N20,000 for health care.


For students who did not take the JAMB Examination, Maduka University offers admission opportunities through the Interim Joint Matriculation Board Examination (IJMBE).

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Application form: N5,000.00
Acceptance fee: N50,000.00 (non-refundable)
Feeding: Pay as you eat
IJMBE & JUPEB students pay once, while others may pay in two instalments of 60/40%

Prospective students are encouraged to contact Maduka University for more information when necessary.

Rose – 08055091802 or Henry- 09157893107

Admission Forms:



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Enugu to host groundbreaking NgEducators International Model UN Conference



Enugu State is poised to host the inaugural NgEducators International Model United Nations Conference, a significant event being organized by the Enugu State Ministry of Education under the visionary leadership of His Excellency Dr. Peter Mbah.

This landmark conference will function as a creative simulation of the United Nations General Assembly, as Nigerian students representative drawn from all over the country will be featured as international diplomatic delegates.

Under the theme “Development of Education in Developing Countries,” the event will not only be a watershed moment for Educational discourse and innovation but aims to draft resolutions for the future of education in Nigeria through simulated plenary sessions, networking, and collaborative workshops.

The weeklong itinerary begins with a Welcome Reception on June 3rd at the Old Government Lodge, Enugu, followed by the grand inauguration at Okpara Square and the launch of Enugu Smart Green Schools in Owo. Intense Model UN Plenary Sessions and a meeting of Nigerian State Commissioners of Education will occur at the Old Government Lodge.

The conference concludes with an awards ceremony on June 7th and a reflective valedictory session on June 8th.

Notable speakers include Vice President H.E. Kasim Shettima, Governor Dr. Peter Mbah, Minister of Education Prof. Tahir Mamman, UBEC Executive Secretary Dr. Hamid Bobboyi, Ambassador (Dr.) Tivlumun Innocent Ahure, and Prof. Ndubueze Mbah. They will inspire delegates and underline the event’s essence.

The Enugu State Commissioner for Education Prof. Ndubueze Mbah highlights the alignment of this conference with Governor Mbah’s ambitious plan to transform education in Enugu State.

According to him, Central to this vision is constructing 260 ‘Smart Green Schools’ equipped with internet, computers, interactive whiteboards, 3-D printing, augmented reality, robotics, and artificial intelligence, aiming to cultivate a future-ready workforce.


This conference, part of the UN’s ‘Our Common Agenda,’ seeks to raise resolutions that accelerate progress towards SDG 4 in developing countries. By bringing together global, national, and local education stakeholders, it promises impactful discussions to reshape education. Enugu State stands on the cusp of an educational renaissance and hosting this event, demonstrates her commitment to initiating and fostering a culture of educational innovation and excellence, preparing students to thrive in an increasingly complex world.

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