KSU 2016/2017 School Fees Payment Details and Schedule

KSU 2016/2017 School Fees – it is to your concern that we bring this notice to inform all KSU Students that The Management of Kogi State University (KSU) has released the school fees schedule and has given approval to ZENITH BANK to commence collection of 2016/2017 Academic Session tuition fees with immediate effect.

ABSU 2016/2017 Institute of Arts and Science Second Batch Admission List is Out – www.absu.edu.ng

ABSU 2016/2017 Institute of Arts and Science Second Batch Admission List – For the interest of all prospective candidates of Abia State University Uturu (ABSU) Institute of Arts and Science,who wish to know if ABSU 2016/2017 Institute of Arts and Science Second Batch Admission List is out, it is to your concern that we bring this notice to inform about that ABSU 2016/2017 Institute of Arts and Science Second Batch Admission List .

ABSU 2016/2017 Institute of Arts and Science (1st Batch) Admission List is Out – www.absu.edu.ng

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ABSU 2016/2017 Institute of Arts and Science  Admission List is Out - For the interest of all prospective candidates of Abia State University Uturu (ABSU) Institute of Arts and Science,who know if ABSU 2016/2017 Institute of Arts and Science Admission List, it is to your concern that we bring this notice to inform you that ABSU 2016/2017 Institute of Arts and Science Admission List is now out.

EFCC Recruitment 2017 – Apply For 2017/2018 EFCC Recruitment Here

EFCC Recruitment 2017 – We here by inform you that Economic and Financial Crimes Commission EFCC Recruitment 2017 is yet start. The recruitment have not been announced and we therefore urge Nigerians to ignore claims, reports and blogs stating that EFCC Recruitment 2017 is going on.

NBA Proposes To Make Law A Second Degree Course In Nigerian Universities

 

Law A Second Degree Course In Nigerian Universities - The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has proposed to make the study of law a second-degree course in Nigerian Universities.

In a statement signed by the NBA secretary, Isiaka Olagunju, the development is to raise the bar for Nigerian lawyers and to find a lasting solution to the seemingly low standard of legal profession in the country.