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Tuesday, 8 September 2020

Newspaper Review

 Early flakes. 


*Tue, 8 Sept. 2020*


*NIGERIA*


Buhari cautions against tenure elongation as Akufo-Addo emerges new ECOWAS chair


Five houses, 49 shops gutted by fire in tanker explosion in Niger 


Drop water bill, it’s agenda to divide Nigeria –Afenifere 


We’ll conduct credible elections in Edo, Ondo —INEC 


NCDC confirms 155 new COVID-19 cases, total now 55,160 


Ondo Assembly Speaker claims 'Thugs' who invaded Parliament complex came for prayers 


Bus passengers burn to death in Anambra


Nigeria has spent N1.7 trillion subsidising electricity – Buhari  


€14.7m COVID-19 fraud: Interpol, Nigeria Police nab suspects, €498,000 in Nigerian bank 


Gunmen attack Kaduna community, kill reverend, two others 


 Nigeria's Covid-19 Cases Rise By 155 to 55,160 


 Shell Denies Spilling 45,000 Barrels of Crude Oil in Bayelsa 


Covid-19: Lagos low death rate divine, says Sanwo-Olu 


Southern Kaduna: Sultan blames politicians, describes killings as madness


Access Bank Appoints Usman as Independent Director 


Increase in Electricity Tariff, PMS Bad for Housing Industry, Says NIOB


BCPG Urges Lagos to Enforce Development Control in Osborne, Ikoyi


Elochukwu: CBN Should Intervene in Infrastructure Fund to Health Facilities


FG Appeals over Deregulation, Hope Rises for Infrastructure Funding


Water Resources Bill is Done Deal, Says House Committee Chairman


Don’t Elongate Your Tenure, Buhari Urges ECOWAS Leaders 


Military Sets up Drone Base in North-east to Combat Terrorism 


I will offer quality representation, says Abiru


EFCC probe: Magu asks Salami panel to summon Malami 


Oil production drops to 1.4m bpd, says Sylva 


North central elders worried by Boko Haram camps 


Food insecurity prevalent in Lagos, Kano, Rivers, Abuja –NBS


Edo poll will hold despite drumbeat of war –INEC 


Stock market falls, investors lose N13bn 


MDAs failed to remit N1.2tn, says Fiscal Commission 


Lawmakers, opposed to Ajayi’s impeachment, protest exclusion from Akeredolu’s car largesse 


Fuel price hike: ASUU, TUC tackle FG on refineries, Buhari says subsidy dangerous 


Female inheritance: Supreme Court, Igbo culture in head-on collision 


5,180 BDCs get $51.8m on forex sales resumption 


*WORLD*


China claims Indian troops crossed LAC near Pangong 


'More of a public figure than ever': Harry's royal exit backfires


Over 2 million acres of land destroyed by 2020 wildfires in California


Saudi court issues final verdicts in Khashoggi killing, jails eight 


Hong Kong police defend tactics after video of officer tackling 12-year-old girl goes viral 


British judge begins Julian Assange’s extradition hearing


Philippines: Duterte pardons US Marine who killed trans woman 


*SPORTS*


Baba Ijebu’s frozen account won’t affect Lagos stadium renovation – Ministry


 FG is insisting on NPFL clubs licensing –Dare


Four Bundesliga stars set for Eagles debut


Senegal ’92 Eagles lament demise of six teammates

Wednesday, 2 September 2020

Imo State University Admission

 IMSU 2020/2021 POST-UTME & DIRECT ENTRY SCREENING EXERCISE TO COMMENCE 2ND SEPTEMBER (See Details)


The management of Imo State University (IMSU), Owerri, hereby announces to the general public especially its prospective students, that it has commenced the registration of candidates for the 2020/2021 POST UTME screening exercise.


ELIGIBILITY


Candidates whose choice of Institution (First or Second) is Imo State University, Owerri; and

Candidates who did not choose IMO State University as first choice University but scored the required cut-off mark can also apply on the condition that they visit the JAMB website for a change of Institution.


All candidates must have five (5) O’ level credits in relevant subjects at not more than two (2) sittings. Candidates waiting O’ level results can also apply but they will not be considered for admission until their results are available.


REGISTRATION PROCEDURE


Visit www.imsu.edu.ng and select post- UTME/DE on the admission dropdown menu.

You will be directed to the Post-UTME/Direct Entry Page at www.admission.imsu.edu.ng/post-utme/de.


Click on register on the top banner and register with your jamb number, valid phone number and email. If your registration is successful, an account would be created automatically which you would use to apply for the post –UTME/DE

Click on apply for post-UTME/DE and make payment of two thousand naira (N2000) with your debit card or through Paystack.


If your payment is successful, a post-UTME/DE application form would open; fill the form completely and correctly and then click submit at the bottom of the form.


If you were unable to complete your application for any reason, you can always come back to the post- UTME/DE page at www.admission.imsu.edu.ng/post-utme/de and click on login, to login to your account and complete your application before the closing date


After submitting your application form, print the acknowledgement slip


NOTE


Every candidate must provide a valid email address and phone number.

All applications must be filled and submitted online on or before 16th October, 2020 as the application window closes on that day.

Any wrong information given shall disqualify the candidate.


For more information and support regarding the post- UTME application: Send an email to: support@imsu.edu.ng


©

Comr. Duru Victor,

17th republic SUG Director of Information,

Imo State University

Newspaper Review

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