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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Check My 2012 Jamb Utme Result Now

This is to inform every one trying to check his or her jamb result 2012 that the jamb checking website is currently experiencing some kind of difficulties due too much people checking their results at the same time.
Things to know about 2012 Jamb Utme Results Analysis
     * No. of candidates that sat for Jamb UTME 2012:   1,503,931

    * No. that scored 200 and above:     602,055 (40%)

    * No. of UTME candidates scoring 200 - 249: 601,151

    * No. of UTME result scoring above 300: 3

    * No. of UTME result scoring 270 - 299: 901

    * No. of UTME candidates scoring below 170: 336,330

    * No. of UTME candidates scoring 170 - 199: 374,920

    * No. of UTME result withheld for malpractice: 27,266
So, we are advising you that you should continue to try and try again.

eNTERTAINMENT NEWS: Naija Greatest Smoker....Awarded $0.00

Just hopping around and someone send me a funny crazy thing done by a Nigerian. I am proud to be a Nigerian because we are too talented and too much. But wait...
Is this madness or na craze dey worry this guy so? The guy should go and buy he coffin now before it is too late....Please share with your friends

JAMB UTME Result 2012 Full analysis

Here is the breakdown of JAMB UTME 2011:

    * No. of candidates that sat for Jamb UTME 2012: 1,503,931

    * No. that scored 200 and above: 602,055 (~40%)

    * No. of UTME candidates scoring 200 - 249: 601,151

    * No. of UTME result scoring above 300: 3

    * No. of UTME result scoring 270 - 299: 901

    * No. of UTME candidates scoring below 170: 336,330

    * No. of UTME candidates scoring 170 - 199: 374,920

    * No. of UTME result withheld for malpractice: 27,266

2012 Jamb Result Website: Online Result Checker

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This is an announcement to all 2012 jamb candidates to exercise some patience and wait while the technical team to enhance the server at their site. As of writing, the result checking database on the website is still not working as it ought to be.

 All Candidates that wants to check their Result are hereby advised to exercise patience as Jamb's Tech Team are still working hard to restore back the result checking facility.

If you have been trying to check it and you have been seeing the website displaying something that is similar to this

"This service is not available".

You can just try it again.



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2012 jamb utme: Witheld Results Cases

"Jamb, release my result now"
This is to inform you that some results has been witheld and will not be released till further notice. We got the alert when someone told me to check her result. Her joy was instantly turn to sadness. What a pity! When I input her registration number, only surprised to see the tab information displaying...

you CANNOT see your result because "your result is witheld for further screening"

If you have same thing or similar case, please note that you are on the fence.If your centre had cases like exam malpratices either massive or individually, then only God knows what the outcome might be. But wait, all hope is not lost. It might be released after the further screening or gone forever. Did I say forever? Just joking. You know you are too special. So, God will help us all. God bless Naija

2012 jamb utme News: Not All Results Are Accessible Now

This is to bring to your attention that at of this writing that some 2012/2013 jamb utme results are still not accessible due to the massive traffic that visited the Jamb official website since the release of the candidates results. You are hereby advised to go to the Jamb result checker site and see if your luck can shine. I mean if the site will load now. But all the same, be patience.

You know that Jamb utme is just like a  phase that you need to go through, the next phase is still ahead of you which is POST JAMB UTME. So, "take am sofiry" T-A-M and May God See You Through.

Friday, March 30, 2012

All About 2012/2013 UNILAG Post Jamb Utme

Fisrt of all, if you are a new person or you don't know much about Unilag. Then here are something you will need to know about the school. The University of Lagos - popularly known as Unilag - is a federal government university with a main campus located at Akoka, Yaba and a college of medicine located at Idi-Araba, all in Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria.It is also noted that the school is very popular in name. It do takes about 2-3 weeks after JAMB utme has taken place. So, it is very sure that the school will be ready for the post ume registration will comes up April ending and May, 2012You will have to continue studying. But according to my experience and talks I have heard about Unilag Post UME.

The questions that are set are only questions from other past post ume that will be twisted in another form. That implies that they(the lecturer and other examination bodies) are giving out same question all the time. All you have to do is to decode the trick of manipulating question. Read and understand each question before you tick the answer in your sheet. That is part of the reason why you all hear the saying among students " ENI TO MOWE, LO MO WAY" which means "IF YOU KNOW YOUR BOOKS, YOU WILL KNOW YOUR WAY".

Unilag Sure Access....Only fast birds will be needed.

I wish you the best of luck.

Delta State Poly 1st Semester Exam Date Announced

This is to notify the general public and most especially all the students Delta State Poly that the management of Delta state polytechnic Ogwashiuku has fixed her date for the semester examination.

According to a report released by the school management board, the examination will begin on the 16th April, 2012.

We are wishing all the students a successful examination.


The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, has disclosed that only three candidates scored 300 and above in its 2012 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, conducted nationwide recently.
Dibu Ojerinde, Registrar, JAMB, in a press briefing in Abuja disclosed that a total of 1,384,644 candidates who sat for the UTME examination are seeking for admission into the available spaces in the nation’s tertiary institutions.

Given the breakdown of candidates’ performance, Friday in Abuja, ‘Dibu Ojerinde,  Registrar, JAMB, said 711,250 candidates scored below 200 marks, 601,151candidates scored between 200-249 and 71,339 scored between 250-269 as well as 901 others, who scored between 270-299 marks.
Ojerinde further pointed out that JAMB have achieved a drastic reduction in the incidence of incomplete results to 28,069. According to him, “This figure although is a remarkable reduction in the previous one, it still remains high. Little wonder that the aggressive and sustained awareness campaign mounted by the Board in the last two years has produced positive result, as the figure for the 2012 UTME has been drastically reduced to 5161”

He noted that it is the hope of the Board to wish away totally, all incidences of incomplete results in our future examinations.
The JAMB boss further revealed that the introduction of the Bio-Metric Thumb printing capturing, which was introduced in the 2011 UTME has been a subject of wide discourse; some positive, while others negative, adding however that to the body, it has recorded more successes than draw backs as the system in many centres ensured candidates were orderly and peaceful.

In his words, “in this year’s examination, the Biometric machines that were deployed are technically superior and faster. It takes only about a second to get the machine to validate using candidate’s details”.
A total of 140 visually impaired (blind) candidates participated in the 2012 UTME. A total of 181 prisoners from mainly the Kaduna and Ikoyi Prisons sat for the 2012 UTME. Imo State has the  highest number of applicants in the exams as the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, got the least applicant.

2012 JamB UTME Results:Only 3 Candidates Scored Above 300

The result of the 2012 UTME has been released by the Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board, with only 3 candidates of the 1,503,931 registered candidates scoring above 300 while the results of 27,266 candidates across eight states were withheld.
The JAMB Registrar/Chief Executive, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde, who stated this at a news conference in Abuja, listed Abia, Benue, Cross River, Delta, Imo, Lagos, Nasarawa and Rivers as the affected states, due to malpractice such as extortion of money by some examination officials.

“In 2012 UTME, we had some disturbing news of extortion of money from innocent candidates by greedy proprietors and supervisors all these persons will be brought to book,” he said, adding that the outcome of investigation would determine if more results would be released..
According to Professor Ojerinde, 72, 243 scored 250 and above while 336,330 scored below 170.
“For the 2012 UTME, Imo had the highest number of applicants with 123,865 candidates; Delta came second with 88,876 candidates while Anambra placed third with 84,204 candidates and FCT recorded the lowest number with 3,380 candidates…

the University of Lagos recorded the highest applicants with 83,865 candidates; Nnamdi Azikiwe University came second with 82,148 candidates and the University of Benin came third with 80,048 candidates.”he said.
He also said arrangements have been made for candidates to check their results online using JAMB web site,



The Joint Admissions and Matriculations Board has released the results of the 2012 University Matriculation Examination.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the results of 27,266 candidatesa across eight states were withheld for various reasons.
A total of 1,503,931 candidates were registered for the 2012 UTME, which held across the country on March 24, making it the one with the highest number of registered candidates since the existence of JAMB.
Contrary to earlier fears that the Boko Haram sect would disrupt the exam in some Northern states, JAMB Registrar/Chief Executive, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde, said the State Security Service and other security agencies had been engaged to deal with any security threat.
The exam proceeded on the set date without any security problem.
More details later.

1,840 Teachers Have Been Sacked In Kaduna State

Just as the super eagles coach, IThe Kaduna State government has sacked at least 1,840 teachers in secondary and primary schools for allegedly possessing forged certificates.
Commissioner for Education, Malam Usman Mohammad, disclosed this, in a chat with journalists, in Kaduna yesterday.
He explained that Governor Patrick Yakowa’s administration embarked on the screening of all teachers in the public service to sanitise the educational system.

According to him, “after discovering that the standard of education has fallen in the state, government decided to embark on an exercise to flush out teachers with fake certificates. So you can imagine a teacher that has been working for years without the necessary qualifications and its implication for the educational system. So the first thing we did was to flush out these teachers with fake certificates. At least 1,840 of them were shown the way out.”

He said government planned to improve on the quality of education in the state by engaging qualified teachers and by embarking on total rehabilitation of all dilapidated structures to enhance students’ performance.
He disclosed that government had concluded arrangements with teachers’ training institutes to retain about 18,000 teachers with the National Certificate of Education (NCE).
Mohammad added that N3 billion has been earmarked for the development of basic education in this year’s budget.



I was on my way to somewhere when I got the information that the 2012 Jamb UTME results has been released. IT HAS BEEN RELEASED. AND IT IS CONFIRMED. On getting to the cafe, the server of Jamb website is not responding which I know that others will be facing or experiencing.

Reason is because there are a lot of students parents, guardians trying to check the result at the same time. But, chill...all is well. If you have checked yours, please share yours, if you are ye to check yours, please wait for the server to respond.

Wishing you all the best of  luck.

2012 Jamb Results Now Out -CHECK IT HERE

This is to inform the general public that the 2012 JambUtme Results Are Out.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

End Of The Road For Drug Trafficker: Nigerian To Die By Hanging In Malaysia

Though this have nothing to do with  education but we think it can be somthing of lesson to others. A high court in Malaysia has sentenced a Nigerian man, Sylvester Okole to death by hanging for drug trafficking.
The Nigerian, was found guilty of drug trafficking two years ago but the sentence was read on Tuesday, 27 March, 2012.

NigeriaNewsdesk reports that Judicial commissioner, Mohammed AdbulWahab, announced the sentence to the 33-year-old Nigerian who was charged with trafficking 11.58kg of Marijuana and was arrested by local police officers at Platform 8, Shahab Perdana bus terminal in Malaysia at 9pm on October 7, 2010.
According to reports, when the sentence was related to the convicted Nigerian by a court interpreter, he did not look worried.

Sylvester Okole, who wore a white T-shirt and a black pair of trousers to the court proceedings was represented by B. Murthy, while the Deputy Public Prosecutor, Naziah Mokhtar caried out the prosecution.
Only last month, 27 February, the Malaysian government sentenced a 34-year old Nigerian Eric Chimezie Oluigbo to death by hanging for trafficking in drugs two years ago.
Hundreds of Nigerian youths are dying every year through drug related offences and many disgraceful means in desperation to escape to other countries of the world for more dignified life.

source: pm news


Ekpoma Engineering Lecturer P.O. Otubu caught (pants down) sexually harrassing female student video. Read the full 7-minute conversation transcript here:


TRANSCRIPT: The sexual harassment encounter between Engineer P. O. Otubu of Ambrose Alli University and a female student "Judith"-The video starts with an approach to a room with a burglary proof gate and  a wooden door slightly open behind it. The gate appears locked and Engineer /Professor P. O. Otubu sat on a plastic chair panting after what appears to be a fight between him and student "Judith"

Female voice: Judith

Judith: Uhh

Femaile Voice: I wan talk to you

Lecturer: You don naked me now

Judith: (apparently calling the man) Otubu

Lecturer: Yes?

Judith: Otubu?

Lecturer: Yes?

Judith: Oh. Sheybi you for don pass me (meaning she already got a passing grade from an earlier sexual encounter with the professor) , make I go. It is better than all this sweat.

Lecturer: the other time I didn’t know your number then

Judith: Ah, ahn, you didn’t know…you did it intentionally

Lecturer: No, no, no no

Judith: So that I will come and you'll do it again , so that you will f**k

Lecturer: Me!

Judith: ( says something in local Edo dialect)

(Lecturer makes a pleading gesture to person filming the incident. Judith appears to use a phone to take lecturer’s picture)

Lecturer: my brother, you are a man. Are you a student?

Male voice: Judith, Judith, Juddith

Male voice 2: (apparently in response to lecturer’s pleading gestures) Wetin you dey beg, you dey beg me? You never see (inaudible)

Male Voice 1 from "film crew": Judith, Judith, that is okay. Open the door for him. Open for him, open for him. Please open for him

Male voice 2: Open where?

Judith: (apparently in answer to lecturer’s quiet question) I don’t know them o

Lecturer: (to man or men behind camera) My friend

(Judith derides the man’s privates )

Judith: John Thomas (laughs)

Male voice 1: Judith, wey the check wetin e wan sign. E don sign am?

Judith: I no see am see check

Lecturer:E no bounce check now I have the check

Male voices: Oya sign them now. You go sign that check before you leave this plave o. Which bank?

Lecturer: (apparently answering) Bank PHB…

Ale voice 1: okay I have somebody that can verify it for me

Lecturer: As soon as they pay in June salary, you cash it

Male voice 2: June salary? We should be waiting for June salary?

Male voice 3?: no, noooo. No.

Male voice 2: Sign it first

Male voice: where is the car key

Male voice: Sign it first

Judith: (Appears to be talking on the phone ) Honey? Ohhhh, e tell me say my car no…I dey video am sha, normal….my love

Male voice: E don sign am

(Judith , whilst on the phone, pulls lecturer’s trousers stripping him nearly naked)

Male voice: Judith, let him sign the cheque first now. (Shouting) Let him sign the cheque

(Whilst Judith is pulling the man’s trousers)

Female voice : Let am sign the cheque

Male voice: let am sign the cheque

Male voice: no worry, e no bounce

(man talks inaudibly)

Male voices keep calling out to Judith

Male voice; leave that man

Judith (still with phone to her ear says to lecturer): Put your hand down

Male voices support her request by shouting the same to lecturer

Male voice: What are you still waiting?

Female voice: Put your hand down

Judith: Put your hand down. Oya snap us. Put oyour hand down

(Lecturer complies revealing a shrivelled up penis)

Judith: Put your hand down.

Male voice: stay close, stay close

(lecturer smiles sheepishly)

Judith: (slaps his back because he has pulled his trousers up again.) Put you hand down. You are covering your john Thomas

Male voice 1: Put your hands down . you see you are covering it. Put your hands down

Lecturer: Are you taking it? (apparently asking if they are filming / taking pictures)

Judith: Oya, Snap am o. I hope e get memory card

Male voice: yes, yes

Male 2: better memory card, you never see

Judith: you are not going anywhere.

Male voice1: you are not going anywhere. Come come come come, see

Male voice2 : The fact is, If this cheque bounce, this photograph will get around this school

Male voice: settle us first, settle us now first

Lecturer; I beg, give me something to wear

Male voice: I gave you something to wear – that white knicker. Put this oon , wear that one

Lecturer: I will wear it on top of it

Male voice: wear it on top. You can go with it . It is my own

Male voice 2: I wanted to give him my knicker if he he can pay for it

Female voice: Go sit down. Your own no pass money (she says apparently to the boy who wanted money for his own shorts) - instead make una dey beg my sister

Male voice: I don beg o. I don beg o

Lecturer: This is pass…Its cheque book

Male voice: Thre are some things inside ( the ma’s trousers). Give her everything to hold (must be female voice) so that nothing is missing

Male voice: Where is the cheque book? Where is the cheque book

Judith: If you do not put this thing, I will call your wife

Female voice: e say e wan sign cheque now

Male voice: Sign the cheque, before you do anything

( A lot of behind the scene conversations. People are asking what is going on )

Judith: Which date e go put for the cheque

Lecturer: June salary

Male voice: we don’t even know when…

Male date : put any date that

Lecturer: (inaudible utterance) soon as they pay, just come and cash it. This Monday

Make voice2: If you out Monday the cheque is oing to bounce because june salary…Monday is not okay. Put month end

Lecturer: 30th

Male voice: What is on the 30th?

Lecturer: It is Friday or so.

Male voice: okay put 29th

Male voice 2:You go settle our own?

Lecturer: I have already put 30th

Male voice: hope that signature is your signature. Or else you go see yourself inside TV today

Male voice: This one clear. E clear like DVD nah. This lecturer?

(lecturer gives a frowning Judith the cheque, smiling and petting her)

Male voice: show the cheque, show am show am

(someone holds cheque up to camera)

Male voice: This is the cheque? From Mr Okosun. N100,000

Male voice 2: N100,000?

Is N100,000 okay by you

Judith: He’s paid (inaudible) N500..(rest inaudible)

(Lecturer tries to hide face behind cheque. Voices ask him to bring h is hands down from his face)
Male voice: your father

Lecturer: (smiling) you are abusing me?

Male voice: you know wetin lecturer don do me for this school?

Lecturer: Which course are you doing?

Male voice: Why you dey ask me?

(Apparently to Judith’s further protests)

Male voice: Its ok , its ok. Here is your cheque. Hold the cheque

(The cheque appears to be in the name of one Okosun)

Male voice 2: Sign that cheque on the back. Sign that cheque on the back. Put your name , you number and….your name your number and your home address

Female voice: Do all this thing, make you open this door
Transcript provided by Kayode Ogundamisi

To Whom it may concern: I am not entirely certain if this is the right email address but I felt compelled to contact your media house with this.

I came upon a video online of a college lecturer and his student, and this took me back to my years as a student in one of the Nigerian colleges, an experience that scarred me and had me living with guilt for so many years after. My hope is that your organization will take on this issue, maybe this case, and give a voice to Judith(the student in this case) and the millions of girls around the country who have had to deal with this sort of sex-ploitation at one time or another.

Our women need to speak and we would appreciate it if you would help us get our cries for help heard.

Thank you for your time and consideration.


Tracy Okorie 

Professor Okosun of Ambrose Alli University versus Judith, signs Bank PHB Cheques under durress.

Who's next? What next? Which way forward for this girl?


Check Your 2011 Neco Nov/Dec Results Here Now Out

This is the recent and latest alert that we got concerning the 2011 NATIONAL Examinations Council external examination results has been released.

This is said to be another grand mass failure. The chief registrar, professor Promise Okpala said that it is only about 10,457 representing about 10% out of the 110,724 candidates passed the English language but there was an improvement concerning mathematics this time around as about 41% of the candidates got credit.

First of all, go and purchase the scratch card at any Neco Office around you. Select year Examination Type
Select year of examination
Enter your card PIN number
Enter your Examination Number
Click on "Check My Result" button
To check your result, follow the five (5) simple steps above. You can also email or print your result 

You can now check your Neco result by using the scratch card which has been made available at all Neco Offices Nationwide. You are to buy the scratch card.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

3 Policemen Raped 16- year-old Girl

 I don't know if police that are meant to take the bulls by the horns are the ones that are doing tsomething shameful in our society.  Do you that the Kano State High Court on Monday convicted and sentenced three policemen for abduction, conspiracy and rape of a 16-year-old girl in 2011?

The policemen were former Insp. Dantalle Muhammed, who was convicted on three counts  of abduction, conspiracy and rape and sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in addition to a fine of N100,000 for rape.

He was also sentenced to eight years in prison for abduction with a fine of N50,000 and six years in prison with a fine of N50,000 for conspiracy.
The other convict,  former Insp. Yusuf Ibrahim, was sentenced to 14 years with a fine of N200,000 for abduction,  eight years and a fine of N100,000 for conspiracy and  six years with a fine of N50,000 for rape.

The third convict, Mahmuda Muhammad, was sentenced to seven years imprisonment for rape.
In her judgment, Justice Tani Yusuf expressed dismay over the action of the three former policemen of Kwalli Division, who conspired, abducted and raped the girl while they were on duty.
She said that it was inhuman for the police to have paraded the lady alongside three other suspects who ran away.
She ordered  the police to trace and arrest them. (NAN)


The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) plans to start the electronic method of conducting examinations during the Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), Chairman of the council, Professor Jonas Redwood-Sawyer said yesterday.

Redwood-Sawyer said this when he led a team to the Minister of Education, Professor Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i as part of preparations to kick off the 60th anniversary celebration of the council.
He said Nigeria has to some extent curtailed the incidents of examination malpractice.

He said all member countries are addressing the problem of technology fraud with strict monitoring during examinations.
The minister said the Federal Ministry of Education was working closely with various states through the commissioners of education to reduce examinations malpractice.

FG Has Spent N3 Trillion on Education Sector in 12 Years - Senator Anyim Pius Anyim

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Senator Anyim Pius Anyim
By Bukola Olatunji     
The Federal Government has spent a total sum of N3 trillion in the education sector since 1999 till date.
Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Senator Anyim Pius Anyim, who disclosed this in a keynote address he delivered at the ‘Civil Society/ Stakeholders’ Roundtable on Education’, organised by the Independent Service Delivery Monitoring Group (ISDMG) yesterday, expressed displeasure that not much impact had been made to justify the huge expenditure.

Anyim, who was represented by his Permanent Secretary, General Services Office, Mr. Femi Olayisade, said: “I am happy that the Chief Executive Officers of many of the parastatals in the education sector are here. I, therefore implore you all to consider the roundtable as an opportunity to discuss the ways and means of improving educational system. Government’s investment in education has to be seen making the required impact.”
Meanwhile, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) is set to introduce e-examination as it marks its 60th Anniversary. 

Chairman of the council, Prof. Jonas Abioseh Redwood-Sawyer, who disclosed this, during a courtesy call on the Minister of Education, Prof. Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufa’i, in Abuja, said the council was moving fast on the deployment of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in many of its operations for greater effectiveness, including computer activated examination, “so that we can move away from the pen and paper. All these are lined up and we are hoping that within the next few years, WAEC will be very difficult to beat or compete with,” he said.
A delegation of the five member countries of WAEC (Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone and The Gambia) had visited the minister to brief her on the programmes lined up for the 60th anniversary of WAEC, holding in Nigeria.

The Chairman of the Council, who is from Sierra Leone, acknowledged the enormous support and contributions of Nigerian government to the successes of WAEC in the last 60 years, with a pledge to see that the council continues to do its best to maintain the integrity of its certificate.

Responding, Rufa’i, also pledged the Federal Government’s continued support for the council to succeed in its mandate, adding that the government had done very much to curtail the menace of examination malpractices that had bedevilled conduct of public examinations,  a menace, which she said was not limited to Nigeria.


2012 Cross River University of Technology –CRUTECH- Matriculation Date Announced

This is to inform the general public and the students both interested and already gained admission into the Cross River University of Technology –CRUTECH- that the school has made the matriculation date known publicly.

The date for the crutech matriculation will comes up 18th of April, 2012. If you are yet to check your admission status, please do so by checking the jamb checking status site. Thanks

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