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Sep 20, 2017

Kwasu Graduate to fill Mobilization form for NYSC Batch "B" 2017


As circulated on the Social media is an update for the Graduate Student of the 5th convocation ceremony at Kwara State University, Malete that they are hereby informed to report to the Office of the Dean Student Affairs Unit for the submission of their Jamb admission letter and hostel payment or exemption payment to obtain their mobilization form for batch B 2017.

They are advised to strictly adhere by this information and attend to it with utmost priority as the form are very few in numbers and can not be filled in proxy.

Get in here yourself and get ready for National Youth Service Corps 2017.

Kolapo Imam

Sep 6, 2017

Kwasu Student Union Election Time Table 2017


Greatest Gbagba!
Greatest GboGbo!!
Greatest Kwasite!!!

This begins the enchantments of Nigerian student union leaders and/or 'comrades' as they are referred to. Well, since I was in primary school, I've been hearing the statements and I have used them too. Unfortunately, I don't know how, where and when it all started. Worse still, I don't have a clue what the statement mean.

I'd love to know what the statements mean. I also want to know how, where and  when the phrases where first used. Finally, who are the people who first used them?

Jekayinoluwa Olabemiwo ~ J-k

The GbaGba GboGbo is about to get real as the Time Table for the first ever Student Union Government Election of Kwara State University, is finally out!!
Contained in the Election Time Table is the form sales date as well as deadlines and other programmes.

Below is an outline of the Time Table;

Send a WhatsApp message to 08089706175 for the PDF file.

Sep 5, 2017

Kwasu Vice Chancellor to approve Student Union Government - SRA


Information reaching Campus Trybe from the Student Representative Assembly of Kwara State University as shared on Whatsapp has it that the Vice Chancellor approved Student Union Government to kick off in the school.

The Vice chancellor of Kwara State University Prof. Abdul Rasheed Na Allah on the 1st of July approved the Stdent Union Government  that the students has so much crave for over 7years.

He sent a mail accross about the Kick off and even on the list of payment for this session the SUG levy of a thousand naira has been included. 

We are about to have a voice of our own, wil hereby implore interested students aspiring for a post can start creating his/her awareness now. 

This is a message from the S.R.A

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE ASSEMBLY

We wish to sincerely appreciate the _Vice-Chancellor_ for *approving the emergence of a Student Union Government* on the Kwara State University campus. 

In the VC's address to the students at the 19th Inauguration Ceremony of NANS, he declared publicly that there shall be SUG elections this semester. This has indeed put joy in the hearts of the esteemed Students and for this, we say Thank You Sir. 

However, we also wish to notify students watch out for updates from the *_Public Relations Office_* of the SRA so as to be kept apprised of developments and regards the imminent elections. 

_*LONG LIVE SRA!*_
_*LONG LIVE KWASU!*_

_Signed:_
_Public Relations Office, SRA_
+234 706 298 8462
+234 810 109 5808

Ripe Foundation Set to Deliver Free Delivery Kits


Maternal mortality is said to be one of the highly recorded health issues for pregnant women in most rural areas across the world. A woman’s chance of dying from pregnancy and childbirth in Nigeria is 1 in 13. Although many of these deaths are preventable, the coverage and quality of health care services in Nigeria continue to fail women and children. As a result, Ripe foundation is set to engage in a nationwide distribution of Super Delivery Kits to rural areas in other to prevent and reduce the rate of maternal mortality, the first set of Delivery Kits will be available in few weeks. World Health Organization (WHO) research indicates that pre-assembled, clean delivery kits with instructions for use could be a vital component in the reduction of neonatal and maternal mortality and morbidity due to cord infection, tetanus, and puerperal sepsis. Ripe foundation also promises to recruit passionate Student Ambassadors to partner with them and become change makers in their respective communities.

More information about the Super Delivery Kit can be accessed from their Facebook page :Super Delivery Kit.

Apr 14, 2017

Kwara Class of Honors - A Bukola Saraki initiative


Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki, The Chairman 8th National Asssembly, President of the Senate, Nigeria had decided to reward all First Class Kwarans for their effort towards education as he promises to finance their post graduate studies in a scholarship at any institution of their choice in the country. This is as a result of his love for the development of education and the people of Kwara at max. Kwara class of honors aims at celebrating about 71 First class graduates from Universities across the state, Information reaching us is that Individual scholars who have tendered their Post-Graduate admission letter had been reimbursed as part of the scheme promise finance their study.

Below is a short video clip of how the Senate President welcome the Scholars to the event.


Apr 13, 2017

NYSC Releases NEW & Updated 2017 Batch A Timetable

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has made an official statement making few adjustments and updates to the 2017 Batch A time table.
The 2017 timetable was previously released earlier this month but the NYSC made some adjustments today, April 13, 2017.
Photos…



New Timetable

Breaking News: Saraki Commences Free JAMB Enrollment For Kwarans

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The Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has commenced the distribution of the annual free Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) forms for Kwarans. The Senate president, who has over the years, been distributing the UTME forms to Kwarans through his ABS Mandate Constituency Office located in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital has, this time around monetized the support for thousands of candidates from Kwara Central, Kwara South and Kwara North. The monetization is as a result of the new policy of the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board which mandates every candidate to personally pay into Commercial Banks where that will be registered online.
We may recall that last week, the Constituency Office through its Director of Media and Communications, Hon. Kayode Omotose, announced the decision of the Senate President to give free JAMB forms to one thousand Kwara Central candidates. Meanwhile, as the leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state, he extended this humanitarian gesture to Kwara South and Kwara North respectively.
History has it that Saraki, as a leader who epitomizes human capacity development, has not only been giving out the JAMB forms but also organising coaching classes at different centres in Ilorin for Kwara Central, Aja-Ipo for Kwara South and Baruteen and Lafiaji for Kwara northerners.
According to the Director of Youth and Student Affairs of the constituency office, Alhaji Kale Ajanaku, the Senate President, as a leader who believes in quality education as the best tool towards a better future of Nigeria, facilitated Seventy (70) blocks of classrooms for Kwara Central Senatorial District with full furniture support, in which many of them have been completed whilst a few are near completion. He proceeded by disclosing that Sen. Saraki, as a leader with a digital mindset, has also begun the installation of computers and other ICT facilities in 8 Secondary Schools in his constituency in order to prepare Kwara State students for Computer Based Examinations right from basic schools.

Mar 28, 2017

Expel students with less than 0.5 CGPA-Buhari tells VCs

Students in federal universities who scored less than five gross point average (0.5GPA) at the end of every academic year, are to be ejected from campuses.
President Muhammadu Buhari who announced this at the convocation of the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT), also read a riot act to student agitators and the university staff collaborating with them.
President Muhammad Buhari

Buhari represented by education minister of state, Professor Anthony Anwuka, said government will no longer tolerate the disruption of academic activities by professional agitators on university campuses.
The President warned that students who are still bent on endless agitations and university staff who collaborate with them, leading to the disruption of academic activities, will be sanctioned in line with existing regulations.
“We must stop to continue housing adventurers, who have no business remaining in the universities beyond the time specified for their studies in the universities.”
“In that wise, it is being proposed that at the end of this academic year, any student with less than 0.5 CGPA should cease to be a student of the university and should be shown the way out.
“The universities must continue to have people who are serious in what they have come to do,If you have less than 0.5 in your CGPA, you are out. You are out for good so that the space will be left for those who have come to do serious business.”

Mar 13, 2017

#LadanSaidat 2017 for SHSN(KWASU) president and vice president


The current wave of news going around the Kwara State University campus, Malete is that of the campaign  in which all aspirants in various departments are trying their possible in convincing their fellow colleagues in their departments to get their vote in attaining a position to be among one of the governing body of the department.

These are the campaign advertisement of a duo aspirants who come together to form a party in which they are aspiring for two different post.

"A good objective of leadership is to help those who are doing poorly to do well and to help to those who are doing well to do even better".


  • The Most Competent
  • The Most Reliable
  • The Most Credible
  • the most Vibrant 
  • The Visionary Leader 
  • The Most Eloquent 




An Agent of Hope, VOTE  NOAH RILWAN for President and GANIU SAIDAT for Vice President


  • Support Competence
  • Support Good Governance 
  • Support New Vision 
  • Support Vision'17


CampusTrybe Team

Mar 10, 2017

PMB dedicate his life to serve Nigerians better





President Muhammdu Buhari has assured Nigerians that he will dedicate himself to serve them better in a way to repay them for their prayers and well-wishes during the time he was on medical vacation in London.


Arrival of the president late last night
The president noted that he received prayers, enormous goodwill and support from Nigerians during his ailment.

Recall that the President returned to the country Friday morning after spending over 51 days in the United Kingdom.

The President who stated this while addressing senior government officials who came to welcome him assured them that he is now feeling much better to perform his responsibilities.
He said, “The best way to repay you is to rededicate myself to serving you, protecting your interest and keeping your trust.”

Mar 5, 2017

Senate President urges universities to shun all comers programmes

Senate President, Bukola Saraki

Dr Bukola Saraki, the Senate President, has urged Nigerian universities to be agents of community development rather than running all-comers’ programmes.

Saraki gave the advice in a goodwill message at the 3rd Biennial Conference of the Committee of Pro-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities in Abuja.
He was represented by Sen. Jubril Barawo, Chairman, Senate Committee on Tertiary Education.
Saraki said in the past, Nigerian universities were known to have experts in certain programmes but this was no longer the case.
“Today, it is a different scenario, as many Nigerian universities want to run all programmes from university teaching hospital to having a nuclear department."
He said the development had paved way for the influx of unprepared students many of who could not address their special needs.
“There is, therefore, the need for Nigerian universities to change from being conventional sources of graduates to becoming engines of community development.
“Nigeria needs a new generation of universities that can serve as engines of community development and social renewal,’’Saraki said.
He said that fundamental reforms would be needed in the curriculum design of the universities to boost their efforts in proffering lasting solution to the nation’s economic social and environmental challenges.
Saraki urged the committee to look into some other unwholesome practices by some lecturers who took delight in taking up multiple appointments or full time employment in more than one university.
He said the development accounted for the reduction in the quality of graduates, as a result of lack of adequate supervision by lecturers.
He called for an end to labour disputes in higher institutions to check strikes, adding that better funding would make them relevant "in the ever-competitive contemporary education."
The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, identified resource constraints as one of the challenges facing the universities.
He, however, called on the university authorities to manage the available resources at their disposal effectively and efficiently to achieve their aims and objectives.
Adamu’s massage was tagged: "The Journey so far and the Future; the Ministerial Strategic Plan for Higher Education’’.
The minister was represented on the occasion by Hajia Fatima Gidum, Director, Tertiary Education in the ministry.
Adamu urged the conference to come up with a framework for the funding of tertiary education and augment the statutory resources.
The conference, with theme, “Sustainable Tertiary Education in a Harsh Economic Environment’’,  will end on Thursday.

Mar 4, 2017

JAMB introduces new policies for 2017

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The Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) has made some major changes in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME) for 2017.
More adjustments have however been made, and these are some of the things that will happen this year, that have never happened before:
1. No Awaiting Result
JAMB has announced that candidates who have not received their O’level results will not be able to apply or secure admission in higher institutions.
In a statement released on Tuesday, February 28, the examination body said it was part of its restructuring plan for 2017.
2. Fourth Choice
JAMB has also introduced a fourth choice of school option for candidates but would only be able to select only one government school while filling out their forms online.
3. No Choosing Of Public University
The following was also announced: The new registration platform will now be first choice, second choice, third choice and fourth choice and not most preferred, preferred etc as it was.
Candidates’ first choice can be a College, University, Innovative Enterprises Institutions or Polytechnic/Monotechnic. However, if a candidate makes a Public University his first choice, he will not have any public University to choose for 2nd, 3rd and 4th choice.
He will have on the remaining three choices, a College, a Polytechnic, Private University and IEI’S. However, candidates for the 2017 UTME can now select NCE (College) or ND (Polytechnic/ Monotechnic) as their 1st choice up to 3rd choice and the 4th IEI.
They can select the IEI (Innovative Enterprise Institution, ND) as their 1st choice up to the 4th choice, but can only pick a public university once.
4. JAMB  Form Sold Late
The organizers of the major examinations in the country, including JAMB met to avoid a clash in schedules and in order to have a harmonized timetable.
An agreement was reached at the national headquarters of the Board in Abuja on Tuesday, January 24, after a meeting with National Examination Council (NECO), West African Examination Council (WAEC) and National Business and Technical Examination (NABTEB) to harmonize the timetable.
This is one reason the registration is yet to begin.
5. Mock UTME
While speaking the body also announced that plans were in place for a mock UTME and this might explain the delay in beginning the sales of the examination forms. So if you are preparing, start your preparations now, so you can do well in both the mock and the real deal.
6. No Scratch Card
Speaking on the issue of scratch card, the registrar explained that one reason for the delay was due to issues the board had with sale of scratch cards.
He said that whereas candidates used to buy scratch cards to access the forms online previously, they planned to cancel that since it had been abused thoroughly.
According to Daily Trust, he said: “What we want to do is for students to pay directly to government coffers and we are working out the process of doing so to avoid the type of abuse that it has been subjected to.
“So, we want to sell directly and to make sure that candidates pay into TSA account. We have cases of students saying their scratch cards got burnt, others saying their scratch cards were swallowed by snakes or lost in an accident.”

UNILORIN to search students in Native wears to curb exam malpractice

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The management of the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) is set to subject students of the institution wearing native outfits to examination hall to close scrutiny in order to curb exam malpractice.
Dada Obafemi, the Registrar of the university, revealed this on Thursday that this process is necessary in order to avoid doubt and integrity. The students will be thoroughly screened before entering the examination venues.
Obafemi said: “Please note that while caps are allowed into the examination halls, they will be thoroughly checked. All Deans are requested to take note of the above for due compliance by their staff and students, who are involved in examinations as the University is set for the Harmattan Semester Examinations for 2016/2017 Academic Session.”
He added that this step was necessary because the school management received a notice that students wearing native outfits to examination hall uses it as an opportunity to cheat.
He said, “It has come to the notice of authority that students wearing some attires, including native dresses to the examination venues will require close scrutiny.”

Mar 3, 2017

Vice Chancellor warns Students against porns - UNILORIN

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The Vice Chancellor (VC) of the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has warned its newly admitted students and other students of the institution against watching pornographic videos.
The Vice-Chancellor of the institution, AbdulGaniy Ambali stated this at the Matriculation ceremony held in Ilorin, urging the students to adhere strictly to the rules guiding the institution’s operations. He noted that anyone found contravening the school rules would be shown the exit door. The vice-chancellor in his speech told the students that they were the lucky few out of 110,675 applicants who sought the university’s admission.
The newly admitted 10,886 students for the 2016/2017 academic session, were also advised to desist from involving in cultism in and outside the university campus.
According to Ambali, 110,675 applicants is the highest number of applicants for a single Nigerian university. He said that 103,482 candidates chose Unilorin as their first choice, while about 65,417 of the candidates scored 180 marks and above in their Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations.
Mr Ambali, a professor of veterinary medicine, said that 75,605 candidates registered for the Post-UTME screening and the university gave admissions to 13,570, but 10,886 out them registered.
The vice-chancellor noted that the admission was a golden opportunity that would launch them to lofty heights if properly treasured. “I expect the best from you, our new students. I expect nothing, but hard work, from you. There is no room for vices here, once you are caught, you are gone. This set means a lot to me because you will be the last I will be admitting before I finish my tenure as the Vice Chancellor,” he said.

Lagos Government embraces Edutainment

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The Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Mrs. Idiat Oluranti Adebule, has said the use of entertainment in learning will enhance quality education.




Adebule said this at the launch of Meadow Hall Edutainment Centre (MEC) in Lekki area of Lagos.
Represented by the Permanent Secretary, Deputy Governor’s Office, Mrs. Yetunde Odejayi, she said the concept of “edutainment” is quite exciting and it is noteworthy that MEC is spearheading its spread in the country’s education sector.




“I am very excited with the concept of edutainment which is all about using entertainment to complement learning. When the children learn with fun, they find it pleasurable and that makes recollection easier and faster. Meadow Hall Edutainment Centre has kick-started a revolution in this regard and I think it is worth embracing,” she said.
The Chief Executive Officer/Group Managing Director of Meadow Hall Group, Mrs. Kehinde Nwani, described the  centre as one that is essentially tailored to meet the needs of working parents by offering an opportunity for developing childre’s talents in various areas including science, technology, engineering and mathematics, bookarama (reading club), afternoon adventure, learning hub, music academy, among others.

Mar 2, 2017

FG orders closure of Queens College over sstudents death

The Federal Ministry of health has ordered immediate closure of Queen’s College, Yaba Lagos after the death of two of their students.
The two boarding students, Vivian Osuinyi and Bithia Itulua, allegedly died of diarrhoea, between Thursday, February 23 and Friday, February 24, 2017, after vomiting and stooling. The students reportedly ate Spaghetti and drank the water served in the Refectory by the college cooks.




The Federal Ministry of Health, which gave this order, said it had commenced investigations into the death of the students.
Following the outbreak of diarrhoea in the school, parents, whose wards resumed on Monday, had earlier contacted officials of the Parents Teacher Association (PTA), to find out the situation of things.
Senior Secondary III students resumed on Monday, to complete their examinations while the junior students were expected to resume next week.
However, with this shocking outbreak of diarrhoea, health officials has been ordered to send the students home. This will affect the resumption of other students.




A senior staff of the school told Daily Sun that health officials have directed that the SS III students will also be sent home to enable Lagos State health officials investigate the source of the diarrhoea as well as carry out environmental exercise in the school.
“As soon the SS III students finish their Mathematics examination, today, they will go home. We have informed parents about their coming home. The health officials insisted the students must vacate the college to allow for thorough investigation”, the source disclosed, adding that “some parents are just blowing the issue out of proportion.’’

NANS Rejects UNIOSUN Threat To Expel Students



The National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS) on Tuesday, rejected the threat by the management of the Osun State University (UNIOSUN) to expel 4,410 students for not paying their school fees before the deadline.

It will be recalled that the institution few days ago announced a plan to expel students who refused to pay their tuition fees, alleging that majority of the students have invested their school fees in different Ponzi Schemes.

The National Vice President of NANS, Mr Afolabi Aguda who disclosed this while addressing newsmen in Osogbo, noted that the threat to rusticate the students is not the best way to resolve the issue.

He added that the association would seek dialogue with the management of the institution to resolve the issue.

Feb 28, 2017

Nigeria Students gives ultimatum over xenophobic attack





The students gave the ultimatum at a demonstration at some South African companies in Abuja on Thursday.

During the protest the students carried placards and a banner, which read, “NANS Against Xenophobic Attacks on Nigerians.’’The President of NANS, Mr. Kadiri Aruna, said in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria at the office of DSTV, a South African company, in Wuse 2, Abuja, that Nigerian students had resolved to condemn the attacks.

Feb 27, 2017

UNIOSUN expels 4000 students over fees

The management of Osun State University, UNIOSUN, Osogbo has announced plan to expel over 4,000 students.

A statement signed by the Acting Registrar, Gafar Shitu, on Sunday, said any student that failed to pay the tuition fees before the expiration of February 28, 2017 deadline would no longer be a student of the university.

The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor Labode Popoola earlier told newsmen that students owed the university a backlog of school fees to the tune of N2billion.

The Registrar said no fewer than 400 parents and guardians of the defaulting students have called the University helplines to report that they had long given money to their children to pay school fees.