The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) is the government agency empowered to “conduct matriculation examination for entry into all universities, polytechnics and colleges of education (by whatever name called) in the country.
Forestalling the next kidnapping
As kidnapping has become so commonplace that practically anyone could fall prey, it is only prudent that individuals, as well as families, prepare for the unknown, so as not to be caught off-guard.
Custom duty payment: Options for end users of imported vehicles
The Comptroller General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ibrahim Ali (rtd), recently issued a circular to the effect that all motorists in Nigeria should go and pay custom duties if they have not done so before April 12.
Ogun: 10-Lane road construction stirs disquiet
The Ogun State government and the two major opposition parties in the state, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and the Labour Party (LP), are at loggerheads over an ongoing 10-lane road construction, which commences from Abeokuta, and ends at the Sagamu inter-change.
Lagosians at risk of fatal dog attacks
In August 2014, two young promising Nigerians-21 year old Aishat Opakunle and 14 year-old James Makwa Musa, both of Mologede Estate, Meiran, were both bitten by the same dog and died shortly after showing cardinal signs of rabies in man.
From Libya with tears: The true story of a trafficked Nigerian lady
Miss Peju Akins (pseudonym) was offered a poisoned chalice in a Lagos church in January, 2015; she embraced it hook, line and sinker!
NYSC: Burdened by funds, constrained by bureaucracy
Only recently, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) wrote to all Corps Producing Institutions (CPIs), asking them to make ready a percentage of their prospective ...
Divining the source of Niger Delta oil
“It’S a very special occasion,” Professor Oyewale Tomori declared. A bus was ferrying us from Warri’s Casa De Pedro Hotel to the Federal University of Petroleum Resources (FUPRE), in Effurun.
Anti-Grazing Law: Apprehension as Ekiti, Miyetti Allah exchange tirades
Since Tuesday when the governor raised the alarm, farmers and traders in Oke Ako, Irele, Apao villages in Ikole Council have been walking in groups and combat-ready to resist any invasion from the herdsmen.