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BREAKING: 14 Kogi Poly students expelled for alleged Exam misconduct, 185 withdrawn for poor academic performance (Full List)

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The academic board of Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja has approved the withdrawal of 185 students from various schools and departments for poor academic performance in the second semester of the 2021/2022 academic session.

This was part of far reaching decisions at the 13th emergency meeting of the Board held on Tuesday in Lokoja.

The Board led by its chairman, Dr. Salisu Ogbo Usman approved the reports of the Results Verification Committee led by the Deputy Rector, Dr. Kehinde Felix Lamidi.

The board frowned at students performing below academic standard despite providing conducive atmosphere for learning and charged them to redouble their efforts and be more focused in their academic pursuit.

Meanwhile, fourteen students have been expelled from the Polytechnic on account of examination misconduct and related offences.

The Board approved the expulsion having been satisfied with the reports of the Central Examination Misconduct Committee led by Mrs. Grace Ehimony.

Other decisions reached by the Board on Examination Misconduct cases include the exoneration of two, written warning to 2 students, three students to be rusticated for one semester and seventeen students asked to carry over courses they were charged with in an offence.

Dr. Usman, who commended the Board’s Central Examination Misconduct committee and those of schools and departments for a thorough job, called for synergy among the committees so as to make decisive resolutions capable of raising the quality of teaching and learning at the Polytechnic.

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He equally reassured the Polytechnic community of the Board and Management’s continued resolve to make reforms that would be beneficial to all stakeholders identified with the institution.

LIST OF STUDENTS WITHDRAWN ON POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

1. PAUL DORCAS OJOCHEGBE – 2021/ND/OTM/004.

2. DANJUMA KERIMU – 2021/ND/OTM/007

3. CHIJIUBA MARY MELANIN – 2021/ND/OTM/018

4. MUSA ALI – 2021/ND/OTM/025

5. ATTAH ADAH GODWIN – 2021/ND/OTM/038

6. EGWUEKWE BENITA KELECHI – 2021/ND/OTM/074

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7. JOSHUA DAVID ENEMONA – 2021/ND/OTM/098.

8. ONUH SEDIQ – 2021/ND/OTM/099

9. ALIH FAITH – 2021/ND/OTM/110

10. ISAAC ZEKERI – 2021/ND/OTM/127

11. JAMES OJOMACHEWNU – 2021/ND/OTM/141

12. SEIDU SHEKUR – 2021/ND/OTM/145

13. BALA MUHAMMED – 2021/ND/OTM/161

14. KASHIM MUHAMMED – 2021/ND/OTM/162

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15. SANI MUSA OMACHOKO – 2021/ND/OTM/163

16. TIJANI MUNIRAT – 2021/ND/OTM/166

17. EDOGBO UNEKWOJO BLESSING – 2021/ND/OTM/170

18. OGEGE AMOS – 2021/ND/OTM/172

19. USMAN NEFISETU – 2021/ND/OTM/221

20. APEH MONDAY – 2021/ND/OTM/223

21. ABUH AYUBA – 2021/ND/OTM/240

22. LAWAL AISHAT 2021/ND/OTM/259

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23. MAJI HOPE – 2021/ND/OTM/264

24. YAKUBU JOY WASILAT – 2021/ND/OTM/301

25. SIMON EMMANUEL KENYA – 2021/ND/OTM/306

26. ABU JEMILETU – 2021/ND/OTM/328

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27. ABDULLAHI NANAHAWA OVAYI – 2021/ND/OTM/353

28. JULIUS BOLUWATIFE – 2021/ND/OTM/356

29. USMAN SAADAT – 2021/ND/OTM/358

30. YUNUSA CHARITY OJOCHEGBE – 2021/ND/OTM/360

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31. KUTEYI OMOTAYO ADETOMI – 2021/ND/OTM/365

32. ILIYASU IDRIS – 2021/ND/OTM/379

33. MUKAILA KAFAYAT – 2021/ND/OTM/391

34. ABIODUN RUTH OPEYEMI – 2021/ND/OTM/395

35. AINA IYANU – 2021/ND/OTM/401

36. MUHAMMED HABIBU – 2021/ND/OTM/404

37. MUHAMMED HAMZA – 2021/ND/OTM/405

38. ARIYO SEGUN SAMUEL – 2021/ND/OTM/406

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39. JOHN ONUCHE – 2021/ND/OTM/418

40. ADEKUNLE JOY TEMITOPE – 2021/ND/OTM/423

41. EMMANUEL EBUNLOMO HAPPINESS – 2021/ND/OTM/429

42. ABDULKAREEM ABDULWOLI OGIRIMA – 2021/ND/OTM/439

43. AMINU ABDULRAHMAN – 2021/ND/OTM/240

44. MONDAY ISRAEL OJODALE – 2021/ND/EEE/001

45. JAMES SAMUEL OMEIZA – 2021/ND/EEE/008

46. ISMAIL ABDULRASHEED ADAVIZE – 2021/ND/EEE/010

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47. MACKLINS ISRAEL OLUWADAJARE – 2021/ND/EEE/017

48. ROTIMI SAMUEL TEMITOPE – 2021/ND/EEE/020

49. SANNI ATIKU – 2021/ND/EEE/032

50. SALIU ABDULATEEF JAMIU – 2021/ND/EEE/035

51. OJI HEART OJONUKPE – 2021/ND/EEE/047

52. OCHIMANA NICODEMUS PATRICK 2021/ND/EEE/049

53. OJO OLUWATOBI – 2021/ND/EEE/052

54. IBIDUN PROSPER TOBI – 2021/ND/EEE/057

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55. APEH ADEJOH SUNDAY – 2021/ND/EEE/073

56. IBRAHIM MUSTAPHA ITOPA – 2021/HND/EEE/005

57. JOHN NELSON ONECOJO – 2021/HND/EEE/074

58. NEGEDU PRECIOUS ELE-OJO – 2021/ND/SLT/308

59. JAJA TOBI SEUN – 2021/ND/FA/085

60. BENJAMIN JOSHUA OTEDOLA – 2021/ND/FA/134

61. OGUNGBOHUN OPEYEMI LYDIA – 2021/ND/ACCT/035

62. RABIU ABUBAKAR – 2021/ND/ACCT/069

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63. HASSAN HAMZA DANJUMA – 2021/ND/ACCT/115

64. ALIYU RIDWAN TEMITOPE – 2021/ND/ACCT/136

65. SUNDAY PHILIP OJOAJOGWU – 2021/ND/ACCT/147

66. ISAH PATIENCE – 2021/ND/ACCT/169

67. ATAGUBA ABDUL – 2021/ND/ACCT/177

68. SIAKA USMAN – 2021/ND/ACCT/179

69. UMARU MAKWU ABUBAKAR – 2021/ND/ACCT/200

70. GABRIEL SUNDAY OJODALE – 2021/ND/ACCT/205

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71. ZEKERI KEBIRU – 2021/ND/ACCT/221

72. ABDULRAHEEM LAWAL AMOTO – 2021/ND/ACCT/242

73. GARBA YAHAYA – 2021/ND/ACCT/257

74. JERE WISDOM – 2021/ND/ACCT/259

75. OLADUNJOY FADEKEMI MODUPE – 2021/ND/ACCT/260

76. KAZEEM AISHAT OLAMIDE – 2021/ND/ACCT/268

77. ABDULKAREEM JEMILU – 2021/ND/ACCT/275

78. DANIEL SUNDAY EJEH – 2021/ND/ACCT/287

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79. KAMORUDEEN MARIAM OLAMIDE – 2021/ND/ACCT/289

80. MUSA FATIMA – 2021/ND/ACCT/293

81. BELLO NIMATU IYABO – 2021/ND/ACCT/296

82. SAIDU ABDULKADIR – 2021/HND/PAD/038

83. OLUKOTUN KAZEEM AYODEJI – 2021/HND/PAD/073

84. OLAIYA ABAYOMI MONDAY – 2021/HND/PAD/074

85. IBRAHIM JOY – 2021/HND/PAD/088

86. YUSUF ABDULATEEF – 2021/HND/PAD/104

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87. HASSAN MUSA – 2021/HND/PAD/106

88. IBRAHIM AHMED OZOVEHE – 2021/HND/PAD/123

89. IBRAHIM SALIHU – 2021/HND/PAD/131

90. HASSAN ZAINAB – 2021/HND/PAD/138

91. ABDULATEEF RUKAYAT – 2021/HND/PAD/142

92. OMOTOSHO MONDAY ADE – 2021/HND/PAD/146

93. YAKUBU MOHAMMED – 2021/HND/PAD/149

94. ABIODUN AYOMIDIMEJI – 2021/HND/PAD/150

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95. OLUDARE JOSHUA TOYOSI – 2021/ND/SLT/ 259

96. SIYAKA JUWARETU – 2021/ND/LIS/014

97. AYO GOODNESS ENYO – 2021/ND/LIS/039

98. ADOFU WISDOM UNEKWU – 2021/ND/LIS/046

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99. HARUNA UMAR FARUQ – 2021/ND/LIS/050

100. KOLADE VINCENT JOHN – 2021/ND/LIS/118

101. ISAH SAIDU ABDULLAHI – 2021/ND/LIS/144

102. KADIRI MARY – 2021/ND/LIS/150

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103. ATOKOLO ESTHER – 2021/ND/LIS/174

104. SUMAILA LEAH – 2021/ND/LIS/180

105. OMALE BASIL ADAMA – 2021/ND/LIS/183

106. OMALE LARE – 2021/ND/LIS/186

107. AROWOSAYE SOFIAT KEMI – 2021/ND/LIS/242

108. ISAAC ABIGAIL – 2021/ND/LIS/243

109. OMOTOLU IMOLE MARY – 2021/ND/LIS/272

110. MUHAMMED HAMZA – 2021/ND/LIS/281

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111. FADILE OLAMIDE FAVOUR – 2021/ND/LIS/292

112. IBRAHIM OJOCHEGBE MUNIRAT – 2021/ND/LIS/296

113. MOMOH HALIMAT – 2021/ND/LIS/321

114. OLORUNFEMI MARY BLESSING – 2021/ND/LIS/331

115. ABIMBOLA OLAMIDE RACHEAL – 2021/ND/LIS/335

116. TOKULA MATHIAS OJONIMI – 2021/ND/LIS/341

117. OGAH WISDOM ENYO-OJO – 2021/ND/LIS/353

118. SALIU BENARD JOHN – 2021/ND/LIS/356

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119. OLORUNPOMI TUNDE JOSHUA – 2021/ND/LIS/419

120. ISAMAILA ZULEIHAT – 2021/ND/LIS/422

121. ISAH IBRAHIM – 2021/ND/LIS/429

122. ADENIYI LOVETH – 2021/ND/LIS/435

123. ADEYANJU MISTURAH – 2021/ND/LIS/438

124. ZHEMANE GLORIA RAGBA – 2021/ND/LIS/441

125. OBADEMOWO AYOMIDE FUNMILAYO – 2021/ND/LIS/448

126. OMOARE TOSIN JOSEPH – 2021/ND/LIS/468

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127. ABDUL MUSTAPHA – 2021/ND/LIS/470

128. HASSAN ZAINAB IZE – 2021/ND/CPS/004

129. ABDULAZEEZ BASHIRU ADEIZA – 2021/ND/CPS/313

130. OLOGE VICTOR OLUSEGUN – 2021/ND/PAD/043

131. ABDULSALAM JEMIL ADAVIZE – 2021/ND/PAD/175

132. UMAR RABIU – 2021/ND/PAD/195

133. IKULAGBA MICHAEL TOBILOBA – 2021/ND/PAD/271

134. HAYATU REKIYAT – 2021/ND/PAD/300

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135. ABDULRAZAK SHUAIBU KENCHI – 2021/ND/PAD/318

136. OMALE PEACE ELEOJO – 2021/ND/PAD/347

137. YUSUF MUHAMMED AWAL – 2021/ND/PAD/405

138. YAHAYA ABDULAZEEZ MUSA – 2021/ND/PAD/442

139. MUHAMMED ABDULAHI OPEYEMI – 2021/ND/PAD/552

140. OGUNBIYI TOBI – 2021/ND/PAD/553

141. SHAIBU UMMIHARI ONIZE – 2021/ND/PAD/582

142. USMAN IBRAHIM – 2021/ND/PAD/635

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143. UMAR JAMILU – 2021/ND/PAD/640

144. JOHNSON RUTH MOREEN – 2021/ND/PAD/650

145. SALIFU RAMATU NULL – 2021/ND/PAD/695

146. ADESINA OJO MARUF – 2021/HND/BUS/103

147. OGUCHE SAMUEL EDOGBO – 2021/HND/BUS/124

148. OLOJO JOHN – 2021/HND/BUS/129

149. AJAYI BLESSING OLUWAFUNMILAYO – 2021/HND/BUS/163

150. SHAIBU USMAN – 2021/HND/BUS/172

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151. IDRIS ZALAIYAT – 2021/HND/BUS/185

152. OLUFINRAN OSHO DAVID – 2021/ND/BUS/032

153. IBIDERO DUPE – 2021/ND/BUS/060

154. YAHAYA BULIAMEEN OLADEJI – 2021/ND/BUS/085

155. BAMIDELE EZEKIEL – 2021/ND/BUS/169

156. RABIU AHMED SALIFU – 2021/ND/BUS/196

157. BELLO BILIKISU ONIZE – 2021/ND/BUS/284

158. REUBEN TAIYE EMMANUEL – 2021/ND/BUS/288

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159. ADEWALE YUNUS TOYOSI – 2021/ND/BUS/322

160. ISAAC JUSTINA – 2021/ND/BUS/323

161. ALIU ABOSEDE RUKAYAT – 2021/ND/BUS/331

162. IBRAHIM MAMINETU – 2021/ND/BUS/376

163. ABDULLAHI IDI USMAN – 2021/ND/BUS/379

164. USMAN MUSLIMAT OMOLADE – 2021/ND/BUS/420

165. OCHIMANA ESTHER OJODUGBOMI – 2021/ND/BUS/422

166. IBRAHIM ALIH – 2021/ND/BUS/459

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167. SALIHU KHADIJAT – 2021/ND/BUS/462

168. FEMI EMMANUEL – 2021/ND/BUS/476

169. SALISU MUNIRAT – 2021/ND/BUS/489

170. AJISAFE FUNMILAYO – 2021/ND/BUS/497

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171. AMEGO MARY ADEJE – 2021/ND/BUS/514

172. MEDAIYEDU TOBI MONDAY – 2021/ND/BUS/534

173. OSASONA MARY SIMISOLA – 2021/ND/BUS/535

174. MATHEW EKELE IDOKO – 2021/ND/BUS/551

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175. SHAIBU RESHIDAT – 2021/ND/BUS/563

176. MATHEW TOYIN – 2021/ND/BUS/580

177. ABEL OLAYINKA JAMES – 2021/ND/BUS/597

178. SALIHU ABDULYAKINI ONORUOIZA – 2021/ND/BUS/598

179. ONUH PHILIP – 2021/ND/BUS/621

180. MUHAMMED ALIH DASABE – 2021/ND/BUS/642

181. ISIAKA ABDUL – 2021/ND/BUS/645

182. YAHAYA UMAR – 2021/ND/BUS/464

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183. JONAH TOLANI OLUWATOYOSI – 2021/ND/BUS/655

184. RAYMOND JESICA OLUSHOLA – 2021/ND/BUS/661

185. OLAREWAJU MAYOKUN ELIZABETH – 2021/ND/BUS/663

LIST OF EXPELLED STUDENTS ON ACCOUNT OF EXAMINATION MISCONDUCT OFFENSES

1. NEGEDU ISAAC ENEMONA – 2021/ND/CPS/115.

2. TAIWO ISRAEL BOLUWATIFE – 2021/ND/CPS/174.

3. IBRAHIM AWOLU – 2021/HND/MME/006.

4. ABDULLAHI FATIMAT OHUNENE – 2020/ND/FET/003.

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5. OLOWOYEYE GBENGA – 2020/ND/CVE/056.

6. IBRAHIM LADIDI – 2020/ND/LIS/194.

7. DANIEL ACHENYO GOODNESS – 2020/ND/LIS/241.

8. AYENI MOSES – 2021/NDS/ACCT/03004.

9. AHMED LATIFAT KEMI – 2021/DIL/03005.

10. TAIWO TOYIN GRACE – 2020/ND/PAD/03004.

11. SALAWU GRACE EROMI – 2019/ND/BUS/01016.

12. SULEIMAN ADISHETU – 2021/ND/BUS/01003.

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13. ARIYO IYABO MARY – 2021/ND/BUS/01040.

14. TANIMOLA HELEN – 2020/ND/CPS/01013.

LIST OF STUDENTS TO CARRY OVER COURSES

1. ANDREW GIFT ELEOJO – 2021/ND/PAD/415.

2. USMAN DANIEL ABDULLAHI – 2020/ND/ACCT/03001.

3. PAUL SAMUEL FRIDAY – 2020/ND/ACCT/03002.

4. MERU TEMITOPE AFOLAKE – 2020/ND/BUS/03001.

5. KPONGBO MUSA PETER – 2019/DIL/01012.

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6. OLUKAYODE AYODELE – 2021/NDS/PAD/03003.

7. BAMIDELE CHRISTIANA IYABODE – 2019/ND/PAD/01126.

8. RAPHAEL OLUSAYE MONDAY – 2019/ND/PAD/01148.

9. OYE MOSES – 2020/ND/PAD/03005.

10. ADEBAYO OPEYEMI – 2020/ND/PAD/03001.

11. FAGBEMI OLUWASANMI BABALOLA – 2019/HND/PAD/01059.

12. BLESS PANJI BITRUS – 2021/ND/PAD/03003.

13. SUNDAY ABIODUN – 2019/ND/BUS/01078.

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14. OLORUNPOMI ELIZABETH – 2019/ND/PAD/01035.

15. LAWAL WASIU – 2020/ND/PAD/02038.

16. OLAJIDE BUNMI – 2020/ND/ACCT/03005.

17. JOB OLAITAN OLUFUNKE – 2020/ND/PAD/03003.

LIST OF EXONERATED STUDENTS

1. SALIHU MUHAMMED NURUDEEN – 2019/ND/BLD/084.

2. BAMIDELE CHRISTIANA IYABODE – 2019/ND/PAD/01126.

LIST OF STUDENTS TO BE RUSTICATED FOR ONE SEMESTER

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1. DANIEL ABRAHAM GIMBA – 2019/ND/BLD/004.

2. OLORUNLEKE ABRAHAM – 2019/ND/BLD/016.

3. IDRIS MUHAMMED DANLAMI – 2021/ND/BUS/01024.

LIST OF STUDENT TO BE ISSUED WRITTEN WARNING

1. ELIJAH VICTORIA – 2020/HSLT/ENV/001.

2. BALOGUN MERCY – 2020/HND/BUS/010.

Chairman of the board, Dr Salisu Ogbo Usman while commending the members of the board for their continued support seized the opportunity to encourage students to always take advantage of the conducive atmosphere for learning and be more focused.

Meanwhile, the affected students have been charged to submit all the Polytechnic properties in their custody including their Identity cards to the Security unit before exiting the instution.

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(Kogi Reports)

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UNILORIN expels four final year students, five others 

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The University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) in Kwara State has taken a firm stance against academic dishonesty by expelling nine students for their involvement in examination malpractice.

This decisive action, detailed in the Unilorin Bulletin released on February 19, 2024, underscores the institution’s unwavering commitment to upholding academic integrity and standards.

Among the expelled students are four final year students, highlighting the severity of the consequences for such violations, regardless of the student’s academic standing. The individuals affected hail from various faculties, indicating that the issue of exam malpractice is not confined to a specific area of study.

The list of expelled students includes Lateef Lukman Olayemi, a 500-level student from the Agriculture/Aquaculture and Fisheries department; Kuranga Abdulmuiz Olalekan, also a 500-level student but from Agriculture/Agricultural Extension and Rural Development; Adebisi Janet Bosede, a 100-level student in Arts/Linguistics and Nigerian Languages; Ogundijo Abdulmalik Akinkunmi, a 500-level student in CIS/Library and Information Science; and Ashekun Oladiji Quadri, a 400-level student in CIS/Telecommunication Science.

Other expelled students are Eqwudah Lucky Ojonumba from the 300 level Education/Adult and Primary Education Studies; Musa Mohammed Asuku, a 500-level student in Engineering and Technology/Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Ahmed Saddam Opeyemi, another 500-level student in Engineering and Technology/Materials and Metallurgical Engineering; and Ayinla Jamiu Olaitan, a 400-level student in Life Science/Zoology.

The expulsions were based on the recommendations of the Students’ Disciplinary Committee during its 219th session, receiving endorsement from the Vice Chancellor, Prof Wahab Egbewole.

This action by the university administration sends a clear message about the seriousness with which it treats academic misconduct and its commitment to preserving the sanctity of its examination processes.

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British Council increases IELTS fee to N139,000 for Nigerians

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The British Council in Nigeria has announced yet another increase in the fees for the English Language Testing System, IELTS examinations, marking the second hike in the past five months.

As of February 1, 2024, applicants will be required to pay N139,000 for both the Computer Academic and General Training Modules.

The British Council attributed this adjustment to the rising costs associated with conducting the examinations.

The IELTS is widely recognized globally as a measure of language proficiency for non-native English speakers.

In an official notice posted on their website, the council stated, “We would like to inform you that there has been a review of our IELTS fees. The new price list of the IELTS range of tests offered by the British Council will be effective for registrations on or after 1 February 2024.”

The notice further explained that the price change is a response to the increased costs of delivering the exams.

“ This adjustment is expected to support the continuation of a diverse range of services and comprehensive support for individuals striving to achieve their language proficiency goals,” it added.

This latest increase of IELTS examination fee comes just five months after the previous adjustment in September 2023 when the fee rose from a range of N80,000 to N90,000 to the current N107,500.

The British Council expressed gratitude to applicants and emphasised their commitment to providing valuable services.

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Parents responsible for increase in illegal degree awarding institutions – NUC

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The National Universities Commission (NUC) has blamed the proliferation of illegal degree awarding institutions on parents whom he said had placed a premium on university certification.

The Acting Executive Secretary, Mr Chris Maiyaki, said this on Sunday in Abuja during an interview with the  News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).

He told NAN that unaccredited degree awarding institutions and satellite campuses remained banned in the country.

He advised parents to thoroughly scrutinise institutions before sending their wards there to acquire certificates.

“Everybody is right to pursue university education but how you go about it is the crux of the matter.

“The challenge of access, the huge gap between supply and demand makes parents desperate about getting university education for their children  and this makes them vulnerable to greedy and fraudulent persons with commercial undertone,” he said.

Maiyaki explained that a committee was however set up to stamp out illegal institutions across the country.

“When we were challenged by this menace of our satellite campuses, NUC in 2000 undertook resource assessment of all outreach centres and we came up with the state of affairs of satellite campuses.

“We wrote to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) and FEC was so gracious and there was a total ban on satellite campuses at that time.

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“We took a step further at NUC and shut down these centres. So satellite campuses remain banned and outlawed.

“We establish a committee on the closure of illegal universities and we mandated it to identify, locate and prosecute those perpetrating illegalities and we also do this in a multi- stakeholders collaboration involving security agencies,” he said.

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He also said a committee was reconstituted in 2021 to identify and prosecute operators of illegal institutions noting that effort  recorded a huge success.

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