23 Nigerian universities set their JAMB cut-off mark at 120 (LIST)

– At least 23 Nigerian universities have adopted the 120 cut-off mark introduced by JAMB

– About 26 others have pegged their cut-off marks at 180 including Veritas university

– The universities, mostly private, are among the 168 universities in Nigeria whose cut-off marks were released

According to a recent list of 168 universities released on Friday, September 1, at least 23 Nigerian universities have adopted the 120 cut-off mark recently introduced by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB).

Premium Times says the universities are mostly private and many of them are at different parts of the country.

Below is a list of the universities:

1. Achievers University

2. Adeleke University

3.Caleb University

4. Fountain University

5. Caritas University

6. Novena University

7. Renaissance University

8. Ojiagu-agbani University 9. Evangel University

10. McPherson University

11. South Western University

12. Samuel Adegboyega University

13. Wellspring University

14. Western Delta University

15. Wesley University

16. Summit University

17. Edwin Clark University

18. Hezekiah University

19. Kings University

20. Arthur Javis University

21. Crown Hill University

22. Clifford University

23. Coal City University.

On August 22, JAMB had announced the 120 cut-off peg for universities following a policy adopted by vice chancellors, provosts, rectors, admission officers, registrars and other stakeholders in the education sector.

Some universities however pegged theirs at 180, below is a list of such:

1. Bayero University

2. Afe Babalola University

3. Oduduwa University

4. Pan – Atlantic University

5. Veritas University

6. Ritman University

7. Federal University Wukari

8. Federal University Lokoja

9. Federal University Ndufu Alike

10. University of Ilorin

11. University of Maiduguri

12. University of Port Harcourt

13. Nnamdi Azikwe University

14. University of Uyo

15. Usman Dan Fodio University

16. Michael Okpara University of Technology

17. Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University

18. Federal University of Technology, Owerri

19. Federal University of Technology, Niger

20. Akwa Ibom State University

21. Ekiti State University

22. Enugu State University

23. Ondo State University

24. Lagos State University

25. Osun State University

26. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology

NAIJAGISTWESTSIDE.com earlier reported that JAMB has warned candidates that the 120 cut-off mark, does not guarantee automatic admission into higher institutions.

JAMB, through its official Twitter account stated this, however the exam body offered more explanation.

The statement read: “The 120 cut off mark doesn’t mean an automatic ticket for admission. Institutions will still admit using established criteria of merit and others.”

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Policemen in Akure brutalise a boy who questioned why a MOPOL jumped ATM queue

– Suspected policemen have brutalised a man in Akure, Ondo state capital

– The young man was beaten because he questioned a police officer for jumping an ATM queue

An unidentified man was brutalised on Friday, September 1, by a policeman and his accomplices in Akure, the capital of Ondo state for questioning the officer who jumped an ATM queue.

In the video which was posted by Instablog9ja, the man was beaten and dragged away by a uniformed mobile policeman and other men suspected to be his colleagues, not in uniform.

The accompanying words to the video read:

“A fight just happened in akure, ATM stand. The mobile police couldn’t wait so he wanted to chance the man at the ATM stand.

“So the young man didnt allow him. It turned to a serious argument that the mobile police had to slap him and the young man wanted to fight back.

“In few seconds, some other men came (not in uniform) and helped him in fighting the man back.

A trader there could be heard lamenting her wares which was probably closed to the scene of the fight,” It Read

A gunshot was released by an identified person before the young man was led away by the police.

But when contacted, Mr. Femi JosephPolice, the Public Relations Officer of the command, said he was not aware of the incident.

He also urged the victim to report the matter at the station to enable the command conduct a proper investigation, Punch reports.

He said:

“We don’t tolerate indiscipline in this command, I have not watched the video and I will try and watch it.

” But I want to appeal to the victim to come and report formally. However, we shall investigate the matter and take appropriate action against any officer involved.”

A trader who witnessed the incident said that the matter happened on Friday, Wednesday, August 1. He narrated that there were five men on the victim.
“We just saw the policemen fighting one man, we didn’t know what actually caused the fight but they beat the man mercilessly.

” When some people were trying to separate them, one of them (policemen ) fired a shot into the air to disperse everybody, it was after that that they took the man away,

NAIJAGISTWESTSIDE.com had reported that a young lady took to social media to recount how she was almost crushed to death because of a policeman, somewhere in Ibadan, Oyo state.

The slogan ‘police is your friend’ does not exactly read true in this case, as a young lady was almost killed due to police harassment.

Evans the kidnapper reveals covenant he has made with God

Notorious kidnapper Evans has said he made a covenant with God

– Evans said he is believing God for a miracle in his life

– He also promised never to lie to the court all through his trial

Nigeria’s most popular kidnapper Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike has said he made series of covenant with God over his trial before a Lagos High Court.

Onwuamadike popularly known as Evans the Kidnapper said he is hoping to get a second chance to live life rightly.

Speaking in an interview with The Sun, Evans said he believes God for a miracle over his life.

He said: “I already have a covenant with God. If police take me to court, I told God that I will not tell lies against the police or victims.

“I promise to tell the court the truth about any crime that I am guilty of. Please, people of Nigeria should forgive me.

“I just believe in God for a miracle.

“I will serve God all my life. I also promised the police that I will help them to fight crime,” Evans said.

The billionaire kidnapper who pleaded guilty to 52 charges leveled against him by the police said he has already become a pastor and will never lie.

He said it was never his intention to kill anyone during his operations as the most deadly kidnapper.

“The only time that someone died (during his operations) was during the attempted kidnap of the chairman of The Young Shall Grow Motors.

“During that operation, we were attacked and there was exchange of gunshots. They shot at us and my gang members shot back at them. It was in the morning that I heard that one inspector and the driver who drove the Young Shall Grow chairman died.

“It was an unfortunate incident. I have totally regretted everything about crime. It does not pay. I keep telling people to learn from my story. Crime does not pay.

Everything I acquired all these years are gone just in a day. I will be an agent of change in prison,” Evans added.
NAIJAGISTWESTSIDE.com earlier reported that Evans may face life imprisonment having pleaded guilty to two counts charges in court.

Also, one of his accomplices, Amadi who is the second defendant on the matter pleaded guilty too.

Na wa o! 

Bride ‘refuses’ to kiss husband on their wedding day (photos)

NAIJAGISTWESTSIDE.com has obtained photos of a bride who may have refused to be kissed by her husband on their wedding day.

The bride who appeared to be shy as opposed to being angry, refused to receive her husband’s kiss right after the pastor had officially declared them man and wife.

The bride appeared to be struggling to be free from her husband’s arms, where he had held her while trying to complete the ‘task’ he was given by the officiating pastor.

The pictures have since gone viral on social media, with people wondering if theirs is an ‘arranged marriage’.

See another picture below:

Pretty lady faces death penalty after being deceived by her Nigerian lover (photos)

A 30-year-old Russian woman identified as Maria Dapirka is facing a death penalty in Vietnam after she was arrested with hard substance in her possession.

She was reportedly caught with 3kg of hard substance by the Vietnamese customs on a flight from Singapore.

According to Dapirka, the substance was planted on her by her lover who claimed to be a top Nigerian footballer.

It was gathered that the woman met her Nigerian lover who was simply identified as Nick while she was living in Thailand.

The 30-year-old woman who had already served three years in prison was supposed to receive her sentence and verdict this Thursday, August 31, in Ho Chi Minh city.
However, her court session was postponed for further investigation. Dapirka’s session has been postponed five times already.

According to MailOnline, the lady wrote a letter to her mother Olga stating that she has accepted whatever happens to her.

She wrote: “’Don’t worry about me. I am fine. I am ready for any end. ‘I hope you will manage to visit me. I’ve not seen you for four years. I miss you so much! Please take good care of your health.”

Na wa o! 

Tertiary institutions in Nigeria have fixed cut-off marks for admissions in the 2017/2018 academic session.

NAIJAGISTWESTSIDE.com gathered that the cut-off marks, decided by the Senate and management of each institution, have also been sent to JAMB.
Nigerian varsities fix admission cut off marks

Nigeria polytechnic lecturers ASUP react to JAMB cut-off markNigeria polytechnic lecturers ASUP react to JAMB cut-off markVice Chancellors react to JAMB cut-off marksVice Chancellors react to JAMB cut-off marksJAMB cut-off marks for Nigerian universities is 180, polytechnics 150- Minister

The Education Minister announced this on Tuesday. The Minister of Education, Ruqayatu Rufai, has announced the cut-off marks for students that sat for the 2013 Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, higher institution examinations. The minister announced that the cut-off mark would be 180 for universities, and 150 for polytechnics…

Federal University Gusau sets 170 as cut-off mark for admissionFederal University Gusau sets 170 as cut-off mark for admissionOnly one-third of students who sat for JAMB scored above 200 – OfficialOnly one-third of students who sat for JAMB scored above 200 – Official

All tertiary institutions in Nigeria have fixed cut-off marks for admissions into their first year.

The cut-off marks, decided by the Senate and management of each institution, have also been sent to the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB.

PREMIUM TIMES obtained the full details of the admission scores from JAMB.

As directed by the examination body, none of the universities have cut-off marks below 120, while none of the polytechnics and colleges of education have cut-off marks below 100.

See the full cut-off marks below:
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


The recent decision of the JAMB to reduce the cut-off marks for admission has raised a serious uproar in the country.

PDP moves to woo Dangote for 2019 presidential election

– The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) may have settled for Aliko Dangote as their presidential candidate

– The party is said to have sent emissaries to woo the billionaire businessman

– Dangote is expected to contest for the 2019 presidential election under the platform of the PDP

There are indications that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) might be settling for Africa’s most richest man Aliko Dangote for its 2019 presidential campaigns.

Daily Times reports that the PDP is already making plans to woo the billionaire to contest for 2019 presidency under its platform.

NAIJAGISTWESTSIDE.com gathered that the party having zoned the presidency to north also have its national chairmanship slot for the south.

A PDP source said the party’s decision to reach out to Dangote comes with its focus to win the 2019 presidential election.

The source said the party has already sent emissary to Dangote after members of the PDP’s think tank committee constituted by the former president Goodluck Jonathan made the recommendation.
“I can confidently tell you that the PDP has made overtures to Alhaji Aliko Dangote to come and fly the presidential flag of our party for the 2019 presidential election.”

“So many things were taken into consideration before the party arrived at this decision. Alhaji Dangote has the clout, the pedigree, the name, the follower-ship and above all the financial war chest to match any presidential candidate that the governing All Progressives Congress (APC) or any other party may be bringing forward in 2019,” the source said.

Also, findings by Daily Times showed that, the billionaire businessman have in the past made contributions to the emergence of other past presidents.

The billionaire businessman is also said to have contributed to have spent about N37 billion in 2015 during the President Muhammadu Buhari’s presidential ambition.

A source said: “If Dangote can make financial contributions to ensure the emergence of other past Presidents in the country in the past, don’t you think he will be willing and ready to spend any amount to realise his own presidential ambition if he accepts the overture from the PDP?”

“This is one of the reasons why the PDP made the overtures to him (Dangote) and we sincerely hope and pray that he accepts it. If he does, the journey to the Aso Rock presidential villa for the PDP in 2019 would have been made less stressful and less thorny.”

However, a member of Ahmed Makarfi-led national caretaker committee of the PDP said it is early for comments on such issue.

Also, a close source to Dangote who spoke under anonymity said the businessman is not interested in politics.

The source said: “The attempt to woo him will fail because Dangote is not interested in politics. He is a businessman to the core and what you just asked me to react to is a distraction.

“The PDP should go and look elsewhere for its candidate for 2019 as Dangote is committed to his core vision and desire to invest and create jobs to the people.”

NAIJAGISTWESTSIDE.com earlier reported Oseloka Obaze won the just concluded PDP governorship primary election in Anambra state.

Obaze, a former secretary to the Anambra state government, scored 672 out of the votes from a total of 958 delegates.

He won the ticket ahead of Capital Oil boss Ifeanyi Ubah and a former minister of aviation and Senator at the National Assembly Stella Oduah.

How to create JAMB profile for direct entry

Creating a personal profile is now compulsory for everyone applying for JAMB direct entry 2017. This post will guide you on how to create JAMB profile for direct entry.

The 2017/2018 UTME examination is around the corner. The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board has updated their portal with some new additional things participants must take note of. One of the new features is that it is now compulsory for everyone taking the exam or applying for direct entry to have a JAMB profile on the JAMB website. Creating your profile on the website will enable you do your JAMB registration, check your result, print out your result and also print out your admission letter amongst other things.

Follow the instructions below to create your JAMB profile:
• Visit the official JAMB portal for participants on http://www.jamb.org.ng/efacility/login.

• Click on ‘Create account’.

• Provide your email address and every other information required on the page that opens up. Make sure you register with an email address you have access to.

After you have entered all the correct information, select verify email. A confirmation email will be sent to your email address.

Open another tab on your browser and log into your email inbox.

Open the email address confirmation email sent by JAMB and click on the link to continue your profile creation in the mail.

A sign-up form page will be opened in another tab. Fill out this form carefully, and make sure all the information provided is accurate and can be confirmed.

• After completing the form, carefully go over it just to make sure everything is okay.

• They click on the ‘Sign Up’ option to complete your profile creation.

We hope these guidelines are useful tips and they are clearly explained. We wish you success in your examination. Visit the JAMB website for more information…

Young lady strikes a pose in front of her house as flood overtakes it in Benue state (photos)

Following what must have been a very heavy downpour in some parts of Benue state recently, pictures of a lady posing after her house was completely flooded has emerged.

NAIJAGISTWESTSIDE .com gathered that some parts of Benue state, were subjected to flooding due to heavy rainfall recently.

According to reports, the rain which has been falling consistently since Saturday, August 26, 2017, has displaced almost 90,000 people in the state’s capital.

One of the displaced people, a lady who is yet-to-be identified, decided not to allow herself be overtaken by sadness, choosing instead to pose for pictures inside the flood.

See more pictures below:

Na wa o!

Young lady finds her husband cheating with their mutual friend (photos)

A young South African lady identified as Katherine Johnson has narrated the story of how she caught her husband cheating with their mutual friend.

The young wife took to social media to express her grief after she was reportedly betrayed by her friend and her husband.

Johnson who walked in on her friend and her husband revealed that the two had been cheating for two years behind her back.

According to the young lady, she helped her husband with his career by taking a loan out for him in her own name.

She explained that whenever she confronted her husband about his relationship with the lady he would claim friendship.

Read her story below:

Women on social media reacted to her story and gave her useful advise on what to do about her problem.

Nigerians who cheats more between a man and a woman??