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Saturday, 18 March 2017

COMR TOMI AKPOROGHENE WOJUOLA Calls on states to emulate the Delta state law that bans handsaw operators- Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) Reporting from Campus Reporter Media

REVIEW OF NATIONAL FOREST POLICY: GEOGRAPHY STUDENTS HAIL FEDERAL GOVERNMENTS DECISION
Calls on states to emulate the Delta state law that bans handsaw operators

The Association of Geography and Regional Planning Students (AGARPS) Delta State University Chapter, has hailed the Federal Government for taking the bold step in proposing a review of the National Forest Policy aimed at combating the menace of deforestation being suffered in the country.

Comr. Tomi who praised the Federal Government, just after the National Executive Councils meeting which was held in Abuja, where the proposal was made by the Honourable Minister of state for Environment, Alh. Ibrahim Jibril for an improvement in forest governance, Establishment of National Forest Model Estate in the 36 States and the FCT, Establishment of take-off of the National Forestry Trust Fund through contributions by Wood Products Exporters according to products classification (tally processed, semi processed, charcoal) etc. and the establishment of a National Task force to effectively protect the forest amongst others.

Citing that " deforestation has progressed to about 3.5% of the total forest area level in the last decade – which translates to about 350,000 hectares of forest loss and requiring at least 420 million tree seedlings per annum to pant over-run deforestation,' the Federal Government would need massive campaigns across the 36 States and the Federal Capital Territory to see to it that this grave act of environmental degradation is put to an end".

Comr. Tomi further charged states across the country to emulate the Delta state Governments policy that bans Handsaw operators from felling trees in all its forests as a means to checkmate forest depletion.

Thursday, 16 March 2017

PETITION AGAINST DR U.N.O EDEWOR AND THE VICE CHANCELLOR OF DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY: A DEMAND FOR THE IMMEDIATE REINSTATEMENT OF TWO FEMALE STUDENTS, ENAOWHO JOY AND OJEAH OBIAJULU SILVER, WHO WERE UNJUSTIFIABLY EXPELLED FROM THE DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY. Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) Reporting from Campus Reporter Media

Two expelled students of Delta State
University, Abraka, JOY ENAOHWO AND
OJEAH OBIAJULU have written a petition
to the state house of assembly through
their solicitors claiming that they were
unjustifiably expelled from the university.
In their petition they claim victimisation by
their head of the Department, Fine and
Applied Art, Dr U.N.O Edewor.
The petition was presented yesterday
during plenary by the member representing
Ethiope East Constituency HON (CHIEF)
EVANCE OCHUKO IVWURIE.
After the prayers the house directed the
House committee on Public Petition to look
into the merit of the Petitions.
For the full story on how it happened read
their petition below:
23rd February, 2017.
The Rt. Hon. Speaker,
Delta State House of Assembly,
Okpanam Road,
Asaba,
Delta State.
Dear Sir,
PETITION AGAINST DR U.N.O EDEWOR
AND THE VICE CHANCELLOR OF DELTA
STATE UNIVERSITY: A DEMAND FOR THE
IMMEDIATE REINSTATEMENT OF TWO
FEMALE STUDENTS, ENAOWHO JOY AND
OJEAH OBIAJULU SILVER, WHO WERE
UNJUSTIFIABLY EXPELLED FROM THE
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY.
The above subject matter refers.
We are Solicitors to ENAOWHO JOY
(FOA/13/14/220090) and OJEAH
OBIAJULU SILVER (FOA/13/14/219517)
on whose behalf we write.
Sir, we are constrained to bring to your
attention and indeed seek the urgent
intervention of the Delta State House of
Assembly, being Legislative arm with a
view to obtaining justice for the aforesaid
two female fine art students of the Delta
State University who have been made
victims of oppression and highhandedness
by their lecturer and the university
management led by the Vice Chancellor. It
is also important to draw your attention to
the issues herein contained considering
that they are capable of damaging the
fabric of tertiary education in the state, if
not curtailed.
The gravamen of the case of the aforesaid
two female students is to the effect that
both of them are 300Level Students of the
Delta State University, studying Fine and
Applied Arts. Both of them sat for course
FAA 211 Drawing Examination on the 20th
of July, 2016. They wrote the examination
peacefully and submitted their scripts in
accordance with the relevant rules and
regulation of the Delta State University.
There was no incidence of examination
malpractice of any sort relating to them
and they had no issues, whatsoever, with
the Invigilators for the examination. They
also filled and signed the attendance sheet
for the examination as required of them.
However, a day after the examination was
written, the course lecturer and Head of
the Department of Fine and Applied Art,
one Dr U.N.O Edewor phoned and invited
one of them (Enaowho Joy) to come to his
office immediately, to which she complied.
Upon her arrival Dr Edewor alleged that
she and her friend, Ojeah Silver engaged
someone to write the examination for
them. The student was surprised at the
allegation and vehemently denied same.
She sought to know from Dr Edewor the
grounds for the allegation or any proof for
his allegation but he could not provide
any. It is instructive to note that the said
Dr Edewor was not present at the
examination hall and there is no report by
the Invigilators of the examination
regarding any incidence of examination
malpractice against the two female
students to support the allegations made
by Dr Edewor.
In spite of his absence from the
examination hall or any report from the
Invigilators to rely upon and
notwithstanding the lack of evidence to
support his spurious claims, Dr U.N.O
Edewor flagrantly abused his position as
the Chairman of the Examination
Malpractice Disciplinary Committee of the
Delta State University and phoned
Enaowho Joy again to come back to his
office the same day, which she did. He
then issued her with two letters of
invitation to appear before the
Examination Malpractice Disciplinary
Committee the following day. He also
instructed her to give the second letter to
her friend, Ojeah Silver.
The next day, being two days after the
examination, the two female students
(Enaowho Joy and Ojeah Obiajulu Silver)
duly appeared before the Examination
Malpractice Disciplinary Committee.
Amazingly, the panel was chaired and
presided over by Dr Edewor himself. In
fact, he was the only one amongst the
panellist who spoke throughout the
proceedings; the other panellists were
practically onlookers. He accused the two
students of engaging someone to write the
examination for them. No evidence was
presented, the source of the information
relied upon by him was not disclosed, no
witness was called, no reference was
made to any malpractice incidence or any
report showing the two girls were caught
indulging in examination malpractice etc.
The two students denied the allegations
and narrated how they prepared for and
wrote the examination by themselves,
including the fact that they duly signed the
attendance register for the examination
but Dr U.N.O Edewor whose mind was
made up ahead of time would have none
of it and so he entered a guilty verdict
against the two students upon which they
were allegedly expelled from the
University. The two students were later
informed of their expulsion via a
publication on the University’s website.
It is important to note that at the
committee hearing, Dr Edewor played the
role of the Complainant, Prosecutor (in
actual fact Persecutor) and the Judge over
the matter and by so doing violated a
fundamental tenet of natural justice which
in latin is stated thus: “Nemo Judex in
causa sua”, meaning no man shall be a
judge in his own case. He also violated the
second principle of fair hearing which is
also stated in latin thus; “Audi alterem
patem”, meaning listen the other side. The
Committee hearings were actually a
charade, put up by Dr Edewor to give
effect to his heinous motives of inflicting
injustice on the two students. In effect, the
two students were denied fair hearing.
It is unacceptable for Dr Edewor to preside
over a matter where he is the
complainant/accuser. These actions of Dr
Edewor are condemnable, unacceptable in
a citadel of higher learning and constitutes
an affront against the constitutionally
guaranteed right of fair hearing enshrined
In Section 36 of the Constitution of the
Federal Republic of Nigeria. The likes of Dr
Edewor must not be allowed to continue to
hide under the cover of “Mr Lecturer” and
Examination Disciplinary Committee to
perpetuate injustice against innocent
students.
Sir, having regards to the foregoing, the
following questions naturally comes to
mind, namely;
i. What is the identity of the person (s)
alleged to have written the examination for
the two students?
ii. Since Dr Edewor was absent from the
examination hall, who were the witnesses
that saw another person(s) write
examination for the two students?
iii. Why was the person(s) not
apprehended in the examination hall?
iiii. Why were the students not made to fill
examination malpractice and irregularities
form in accordance with the rules of the
University?
v. Why is there no Invigilator’s report
indicting the students for examination
malpractice?
vi. Why will Dr Edewor who is the Lecturer
for the Course, Head of Department and
Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee
play the role of the Complainant,
Prosecutor and the Judge in the same
matter? Could it be that he has a personal
and hidden agenda against the two
students or even one of them?
vii. How did Dr Edewor discover that
someone wrote the examination for the
two students?
viii. Who is actually the Chairman of the
Delta State University Examination
Malpractice Disciplinary Committee
Chairman? How many members are in the
committee and who are they? Can a single
member of the committee indicts a
student, issued and signed invitation
letters to the student and then presides
over the hearing for the same matter, all
within two days? Does that not give room
for real likelihood of bias against such a
student?
ix. Under the Delta States University Rules
and Regulation, can a single lecturer
phone a student at home, direct her to
come to his office immediately, give her a
letter directing her to appear before the
Examination Malpractice Disciplinary
Committee the following day and then
summarily try and expel the student from
the University within two days after the
examination?
x. Between the Dr Edewor and the Vice
Chancellor, who bears the responsibility of
remedying the injustices inflicted on the
students and assuaging them for the
setback in their studies?
xi. How many other students of the Delta
State University have fallen victim of this
sort of injustice meted to the two female
students in this case?
xii. How many other lecturers and Head of
Department are there in the Delta State
University similar to Dr Edewor who are
victimising innocent students and causing
untold hardship to their families and
Nigerians at large?
xiii. Is Dr U. N. O Edewor not an
embarrassment to the Delta State
University?
It is no doubt a wonder that the identity of
the person(s) allegedly engaged by the
two female students has remained a
mystery till date and the source of Dr
Edewor’s information has never been
disclosed, yet the two female student’s
studies are being truncated over
allegations that cannot be substantiated.
It is also noteworthy that Dr Edewor’s
actions and the procedure leading to the
arbitrary expulsion of the two female
students falls short of the established
rules and regulation of the Delta State
University for Examination malpractice
which requires that;
a. A student caught engaging in
examination malpractice is made to fill the
examination malpractice form on the spot.
b. The Chief Invigilator is then required to
submit a written report to the Dean of the
Faculty.
c. On receipt of the Report, the Dean is
required to promptly investigate the alleged
malpractice and within one week forward a
report/recommendation to the Student’s
disciplinary committee.
The foregoing is the laid down procedure
for examination malpractice and
disciplinary action contained in the Delta
State University Student’s Information
Handbook (see page 296-297). Curiously,
this procedure was not followed and what
Dr Edewor did is nothing but a sham and
same ought to be reversed immediately for
the sake of justice, fairness and equity.
Not to reverse it is to endorse and
enthrone oppression, arbitrariness,
wickedness and insensitivity to the plight
of our young ones, which if allowed to
continue, is capable of throwing the
university system into chaos and capable
of endangering not only the future of our
youths but the institution of higher
learning itself and ultimately the future of
our dear state.
Sir, in view of the foregoing, it must be
stated in very unequivocal terms that the
expulsion of the two female students,
Enaowho Joy and Ojeah Obiajulu Silver,
from the Delta State University is
unjustifiable, unlawful, unconstitutional,
unsustainable, indefensible, arbitrary,
oppressive and unacceptable. No one has
the right to jeopardise the future of others
on baseless and spurious allegations.
We therefore demand that the said
expulsion be set aside with immediate
effect and the students be reinstated
forthwith. They ought to be in 400level
right now having completed their 300level
and thus we demand that they be
reinstated to the class where they ought to
be now, in such a way that they must
graduate with their classmates who are
currently in 400level. This is the only way
they can be assuaged.
We state that Dr Edewor is an
embarrassment to the Delta State
University. Thus, we accordingly demand
that Dr Edewor be thoroughly investigated
and appropriate sanctions be meted to him
for perversion of justice, for putting the
university in a bad light and for being an
embarrassment to the Delta State the
University. This we believe would serve as
a deterrent to other lecturers who have
been indulging in or who may want to
indulge in similar illegality and abuse of
office in the University.
Thankfully, the Delta State House of
Assembly enjoys oversight powers over
the executive arm of government, inclusive
of the Delta State University. We therefore
respectfully urge you Sir, to use your good
offices to intervene in the matter with a
view to setting aside the unjustifiable
expulsion of the two female students and
have them reinstated forthwith.
We thank you.
Yours faithfully,
Oviemuno Obobolo Esq.
Principal Counsel.
CC:
1. His Excellency, the Governor of Delta
State.
2. The Honourable Chairman, Delta State
House of Assembly Committee on
Education.
3. The Honourable Member Representing
Ethiope East Constituency, Delta State
House of Assembly.
4. The Honourable Commissioner for
Higher Education, Delta State Ministry of
Higher Education, Asaba, Delta State

Comr Dio Oghale Emeka Rex(SAP, SANS, MOFR), the Director of Action and Mobilization/Chairman; Committee on Campus Affairs, NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS, appoints Hon Okonkwo Daniel as Senior Special Assistant (SSA) On Media and Publicity. #CampusReporterMedia

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF ACTION AND MOBILIZATION /CHAIRMAN; COMMITTEE ON CAMPUS AFFAIRS,NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS JOINT CAMPUS COMMITTEE (NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS) 
(Le'association Nationale Des Etudiantes Nigerians)

Dear Vigorous Comrade ,

APPOINTMENT LETTER
In consideration with your immense contribution and untiring efforts to the Nigerian Students moreover In recognition with your tireless depending the Interest of Nigerian Students within and diaspora I wish to portray the appointment of Hon Okonkwo Daniel Chijindu a 400level student in psychology department of the Delta State University, Abraka as the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) On Media and Publicity to the Office of the Director of Action and Mobilization/Chairman; Committee on Campus Affairs (NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS ).
Your appointment was compiled after much
consultations,touches,consideration and through affirming your strong solidarity for the sake of upgrading the image of Nigerian Students.
I hope you will assent this appointments as the call of sacrifice to the entire Nigerian Students.

Conclusively please accept my Congratulation.

ALUTA Continua VICTORIA ASCERTA
16/03/2017.
SIGNED:

Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR)

"The Aluta Evangelist"


Wednesday, 15 March 2017

The leadership of NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS led by Comr Ogonegbu Precious C. LAUDS OKOWA, FELICITATE WITH PEDRO - Campus Reporter Media

The leadership of the NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS, led by Comr Ogonegbu Precious C. Felicitate with the NANS ZONE B COORDINATOR Comr Pedro Chibuzo Obi as he received a brand new 18 seater official bus.

The Chairman has expressed joy while addressing the press men, he said the hard work of the coordinator is what is speaking for him, saying the coordinator deserve the vehicle and he also appreciate the Executive Governor of Delta State, Sen Dr Okowa for coming to the rescue of the Nigerian Students by providing a vehicle to ease Mobilization across the country. He said it is no more a story that the Governor is indeed a student friendly and hearing Governor, urging other Governor(s) across the Zone to key into the leadership style of Okowa.

In conclusion, the chairman gave a profound gratitude to the working SA to the Governor on Students Affairs person of Comr Ehiwario Jerry for being the mediator who facilitated all process. In addition, urging the SA to use his good office to draw closer the students cum  Comrade Community and develop it as well as he believes that the good thing is about to come.

Published by; Campus Reporter Media
15th March 2017.

Campus Reporter Media - COMR PRECIOUS, NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS CHAIRMAN LEADS HIS EXECUTIVES TO THE PRESTIGIOUS INSTITUTION OF COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, MOSOGAR

Campus Reporter Media.

Yesterday been the 14th day of March 2017, the leadership of National Association of Nigerian Students/Joint Campus Committee (NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS) led by Comr Ogonegbu Precious Chukwunedum visited the Delta State College of Physical Education MOSOGAR.

According to the chairman, he disclosed the reason of their visitation to the institution stating that, first it has been the practice of NANS as the mother and apex body governing all Nigerian students schooling within and outside to know the welfare of the students.

He said the students, through the students union government (SUG) has been complaining about the following

1. The Management order on Students to vacate the school hostels.

2. The increment in the price of text books.

3. The poor running of SUG due to fund challenges.

The Chairman who demanded to know the reason(s) while the management must have taken such decision(s) after breaking down his reasons why they visited.

The management, which was represented by the Deputy Provost (Erhruyodavwe Johnson I.) appreciate the leadership of NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS, led by Comr Ogonegbu Precious Chukwunedum as the chairman for coming to atleast hear from the management.

In response to the question(s) thrown to the management by the chairman, the Deputy Provost said that the management asked all students to vacate the hostels in Campus one because they (management) perceived danger in the environment. While speaking, he said the management has started the re-building of the hostels and as soon it is set, the students will be back to stay, saying the management want the students to live in a conducive and save environment, and assured the NANS JCC officials that the management in no distant time, will complete the hostels and the students will be back to a good habitat.

He further said, as that of the increase in text books, that committee has been set up to make sure the interest of the students is protected, saying we all know that everything has increased in price, and more over the text book(s) are printed and the cost of printing as at last year is not the same now, but the management will ensure that the price will suit the students.

The Deputy Provost said that the student unionism in the school is facing financial challenges because there are no student in the institution so the little students they have are the few paying the SUG fee of five hundred naira. The SUG President, Comr Marvin said the management are responsible for the lack of Student in the institution, because the criteria for entry the school for NCE programs is the same criteria for running DEGREE programs so you can't expect any parent to send their child to NCE knowing fully well that Degree is the highest.

The Deputy Provost cut him short stating that it was JAMB who made it not the institution.
Comr Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) The Director of Action and Mobilization / Chairman; Committee on Campus Affairs asked the SUG President if the Degree students do as well pay the SUG fee, but the President said no. That they were paying before now but the management asked them to stop the payment.

Comr Dio now asked the Deputy Provost their reasons why they stopped the payments.

The Deputy Provost answered saying, the last time when the Degree students paid money into the account of the SUG, it was a war in the school and the Degree students are also agitating for there own Union for they cannot be subjective to the NCE students but the management of the Degree students (DELSU) refused because they have not stay up to four years in the institution.

The NANS JCC Vice Chairman Comr Gift now asked the management to look for a way of helping cum funding the SUG because they need money to enable them run the daily activities of the Union, in addition to it, the NANS JCC ASG Comr Kunle suggested to the management, that they can help fund the SUG if the SUG is having programs by inviting dignitaries to lunch the SUG secretariat, and also the management should as well create room for awareness campaign of the institution therefore going for sensitization move.

After much deliberation, the management agreed to be supporting the SUG pulse with the sum of one(1) hundred thousand naira every semester to enable them carry out there duties.

The NANS JCC Welfare Director Comr Goodluck gave thanks to the management for their understanding and support.

The COEASU CHAIRMAN (Comr Itedjere Charles) who accepted the greeting also gave a vote of thanks to the leadership of NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS and prayed for a safe trip back home.

In attendance at the meeting includes;

1. Comr Ogonegbu Precious C(NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS CHAIRMAN)

2. Comr Uzuazor Gift(NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS VICE CHAIRMAN)

3. Comr Young Kunle (NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS ASG)

4. Comr Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) (Director of Action and Mobilization / Chairman; Committee on Campus Affairs, NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS)

5. Comr Goodluck (NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS WELFARE DIRECTOR)

6. Comr Itedjere Charles (COEASU CHAIRMAN)

7. Mr Oyibo G.O (DEAN STUDENTS AFFAIRS)

8. Mr Erdruyodavwe Johnson I. (DEPUTY PROVOST)

9. Comr Edijana Marvin (SUG PRESIDENT)

10. Comr Anuwa O. Hope (SUG SECRETARY)

11. Comr Onovwiaine FearGod (SUG FINANCIAL SECRETARY)

Published by; Campus Reporter Media

15th March 2017

Campus Reporter Media - NANS ZONE D SOUTH WEST, GIVES COCA COLA 7DAYS ULTIMATUM TO COME OUT WITH AN EVIDENCE OF APOLOGY TO NIGERIAN FOR THE CLAIM OF THE LIVES OF SAME COUNTRY MEN

PRESS RELEASE FROM OFFICE OF DEPUTY COORDINATOR NANS ZONE D SOUTH WEST.

It is so disheartening that the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Nigeria through their act of callousness has send many Nigerians to the life beyond with the products that are being produced by them coupled with the negligence on the part of the government. It must be noted that for the past weeks, a lot of Nigerians have been killed by the products being produced by the Coca-Cola Bottling Company which is a pointer to the fact that the government is not responsive when it comes to human lives.

     However, it is most embarrassing that the Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC) and the National Agency for Food Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has also failed to discharge their duties in securing the lives of Nigerians due to their inability to live up to expectation of their establishment. There is no gainsaying in the fact the government and its agencies are not responsive. In fact, the failure of the government to publicise and investigate the atrocities that the Coca-Cola Bottling Company has been committing which has claimed the lives of many Nigerians is an act by the government to sweep the case under the carpet.

      It is on this note that we urge the National Assembly to as a matter of necessity and exigency safe the lives of Nigerians by summoning the DGs of NAFDAC and NBC for their irresponsibility. The National Assembly should in the interests of Nigerians slam a penalty on NBC given the toxicity in the drinks that was produced by the Coca-Cola Bottling Company in avoiding future occurrence. The failure of both NAFDAC and NBC to find out the scope and the impact of the products that is being produced by the Coca-Cola Bottling Company as caused a negative health outcome on Nigerians which need to be addressed. Moreover, the NBC has failed to put in place proper measures so as to withdraw those poisons off the shelves, rather, the attitude that is being displayed by the NBC is that of non-challant. But, instead for the NBC executives to be running helter-skelter over the scandal, they've decided to do as if everything is alright as the expense of the lives of the people. The NAFDAC and NBC DGs must be prosecuted for negligence!

      Also, we give the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Nigeria a 7-day ultimatum to come out with full statement apologising to Nigerians for taking the lives of our fellow countrymen for the poisons that is been put into their products. However, if the Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Nigeria fail to do what has been requested from them, we as an organisation won't hesitate to shutdown their offices.

     Viva Aluta!!!

Signed:
Com.Saheed Afolabi SEEDORF
Deputy Coordinator
NANS Zone D
South West.

Comr Dio Oghale Emeka Rex(SAP, SANS, MOFR), the Director of Action and Mobilization/Chairman; Committee on Campus Affairs, NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS, appoints Odili as member of the mobilizing committee. #CampusReporterMedia

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF ACTION AND MOBILIZATION /CHAIRMAN; COMMITTEE ON CAMPUS AFFAIRS,NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS JOINT CAMPUS COMMITTEE (NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS)
(Le'association Nationale Des Etudiantes Nigerians)

Dear Vigorous Comrade ,

APPOINTMENTS LETTER
In consideration with your immense contribution and untiring efforts to the Nigerian Students moreover In recognition with your tireless depending the Interest of Nigerian Students within and diaspora I wish to portray the
appointment of Comrade Odili Ike Janne a 300level student in chemical engineering department of the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun as MEMBER; COMMITTEE ON CAMPUS AFFAIRS, NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS to the Office of the Director of Action and Mobilization (NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS ).
Your appointments was compiled after much
consultations,touches,consideration and through affirming your strong solidarity for the sake of upgrading the image of Nigerian Students.
I hope you will assent this appointments as the call of sacrifice to the entire Nigerian Students.

Conclusively please accept my Congratulation.

ALUTA Continua VICTORIA ASCERTA
15/03/2017.
SIGNED:

Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR)

"The Aluta Evangelist"

Tuesday, 14 March 2017

CAMPUS REPORTER MEDIA - GOVERNOR OKOWA SUPPORT NANS ZONE B WITH A BRAND NEW BUS TO EASE MOBILIZATION

DELTA STATE GOVERNMENT DONATES EXECUTIVE BUS
TO NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA STUDENTS ZONE
B.
The Delta state government has presented a bus to the
National Association of Nigerian students, NANS Zone B.
Comprising South-South and South-Eastern Nigeria.
Making the presentation on behalf of the State
Government, the Secretary to state government Hon.
Festus Agas said the present administration places high
premium on educational and human capital development
in the state
He noted that the vehicle was to ease the activities of
NANS As a body and charged the members to put the
vehicle to good use in order to justify the effort of
government.
Receiving the vehicle, the coordinator of NANS Zone B
comprising South-South and South- East, Comr. Pedro
Chibuzo Obi , thanked the State Government for the show
of love and support to the body adding that the Governor's
friendly disposition to student's affairs in the State has
further given them a pride of place as Deltans. He
promised the continued support of students for the
present administration.

Sunday, 12 March 2017

CAMPUS REPORTER MEDIA- Comr Dio, the NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS DIR OF ACTION AND MOBILIZATION, ARRIVES FUPRE

The Director of Action and Mobilization / Chairman; Committee on Campus Affairs, NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS, Comr Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) The Aluta Evangelist arrived the prestigious institution of FUPRE as against her 1st Convocation ceremony tomorrow, today been 12th March 2017.

The Director of Action and Mobilization, who just arrived the institution, was welcomed by the Students leaders and stakeholders of the institution among some includes; Comr Young Kunle(The ASG NANS JCC DELTA STATE AXIS),  Comr Abiola Sanuth (ASG, department of Environmental Science), Comr Yussuf Onni (SA to the NANS ZONE B coordinator on Public Relations) and the host of others.

Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) while expressing joy, he said his mission as a state leader and also the chairman; Committee on Campus Affairs, is to help and make sure proper preparation is made as against tomorrows event, he further told the news men that he is here to make proper arrangement for the arrival of other NANS officials who are to grace the event tomorrow.

After his speech to the news men at front of the Girls Hostel, him and in company of others went to see the convocation planning committee members for consultations and briefing on how they have come all this while.

Speaking now, he is in an indoor meeting with the committee members.

Stay tuned for more information.

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Campus Reporter Media - OAU SECURITY COMMITTEE - URGES STUDENTS TO STAY AWAY FROM CULTISM AND SOCIAL VICES

OAU STUDENTS' UNION SECURITY COMMITTEE, 2016/2017 PARLIAMENTARY SESSION.

        SPECIAL RELEASE ON SECURITY UPDATE ;  KEGITE CLASH

On the 11th of March, 2017, the kegites planned to have their Coronation. However, the SU security committee was neither informed nor carried along. This coronation is known for the inauguration of new executives which is generally celebrated by all KEGITE students from South-West Institutions in Nigeria. The KEGITES claimed to have receive permission from the School Management whose duty requires the provision of adequate security for the program, however they fail to do so. Proportionally, a fracas occurred which made them take laws into their hands. During the clash, the issue became aggravated which made some kegite members bring down a beaten student to the SU security Committee,.

Two students were stabbed and one of the victims is a student of Federal College of Education , Oyo. The other stabbed  person is OJO RAYMOND also known as IMMUNITY whose  studentship cannot be ascertained at the moment although report has it from some quarters that he has long graduated ( data unascertained). The attention of the security was called upon to address this issue and as expected we immediately swung into action to address the situation even though we were not carried along. On their arrival at our station, the security Committee noticed that the student brought down had already been beaten to stupor,seriously injured, and thoroughly stabbed. With immediate alacrity, the security committee rushed down the injured parties to the health center for proper treatment.

Surprisingly, in the course of doing so given how exigent it is to take the injured parties for medical treatment, another set of students wanted to stab the injured student while on our way to the health center, which was duely averted after mush struggle. Greatest ife! Articulate ife!  we must confess at this point In time that the Attempted Stabbing was carried out by a so called Honourable named Hon. Tobi of English Department, Faculty of Art.He attempted to stab the student from Federal College Of Education by breaking a bottle at the SU security room at the presence of two Security officers who are guiding the injured party. This was a disgrace, in fact on called for, to display the act of thuggery right in the SECURITY ROOM. Hon. Tobi is hereby advice to report with immediate effect to the Student Union Security room for the display of thuggery in the security room. Pls note that whenever anyone is physical assaulted or attacked, you are not to forward a counter attack at the party but rather report to the appropriate Constituted authority which is the security unit    .  Subject to this, the following students are to report to the security room as well;
✔ Ayoade Adedayo .A , a microbiology student of the faculty of Science also known as (TRIPPLE .A).

✔ Udeh.

Pls note that the injured parties were successfully taken to the health center and as we speak, are receiving proper medical treatment. We are currently conducting our investigation and the culprit will surely be brought to book. The SU and Its security Committee with the generality of the Great Ife Students says NO TO CULTISM AND ITS SOCIAL VICES. Please let the security consciousness be on the upward inclination and OAU will surely be a safe place for all.

Further more, its suitable to note that this administration will not tolerate any form of threat to the peace of Greatife students. Let this notice of warning be noted that whosoever found guilty of any form of of cultic practices shall face the wrath of the law. For any further information on security issues, reports are available in our offices for any interested Greatife students to access. Note that proper documentation is made for all cases handled by the security Committee as accountability and transparency is our watch word.    
ALUTA CONTINUA!!!...

Signed:
ADEKUSIBE SEYI (SHEYMAN)
C. S. O 07065467247 or 08121852714

OLAOYE GIDEON. A (G1)
P. R. O & member legal department SU security Committee

Updates from Campus Reporter Media - EKSU mourn the death of a Comrade

A GREAT COMR FROM EKSU WAS LOST (comr TAIWO)

On  Saturday 11-03-2017, A powerful comr in person of taiwo lost his life in an accident that involve a tipper and a motorcycle.

Though we all owe death a price but the manner and time at which it came to taiwo was really sadden and unfortunate.

The leadership of the national association of Nigeria students lead by 'TOWER'and his executives send our condolence to the families of taiwo and also assure all Nigeria students that justice will be done to the death of the deceased. Our friend, our colleague will not die for nothing.

The culprit has been apprehended by the police and we will put in our best by monitoring and consolidating on the facts that has established to make sure that justice prevail. Just like the legal aphorism "Ibi jus, Ubi Remedium"

I urge everyone and hope that all concerned will remain calm and I pray that the soul of taiwo rest in peace.

Solidarity forever !!!!

Comr OWOEYE OLAKUNLE (reasonable )
PRO Elect NANS Ekiti Axis
08063563464

OAU RESUMPTION FOR THE 2016 / 2017 ACADEMIC SESSION - CAMPUS REPORTER MEDIA

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RESUMPTION FOR THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION

The  Senate  of  the  Obafemi  Awolowo  University,  Ile-Ife  has  approved  that  the  2016/2017 Academic Session should commence on Sunday, 30th April, 2017.

INSTRUCTIONS  TO PROSPECTIVE AND RETURNING STUDENTS FOR THE 2016/2017 ACADEMIC YEAR ON PAYMENTS

Candidates  who  made  Obafemi  Awolowo  University,  Ile-Ife  their  first  choice  and  took  part  in  the Obafemi  Awolowo  University  Post  UTME  screening  exercise  are  advised  to  check  their  names from  the  list  of  candidates  admitted  by  the  Joint  Admissions  and  Matriculation  Board  (JAMB)  on the  Obafemi  Awolowo  University  Website  (www.oauife.edu.ng )  or  eportal.oauife.edu.ng  and follow  the  procedures  for  registration  as  laid  out.  Confirmation  of  admission  on  the  OAU  website shall  commence  with  the  payment  of  non-refundable  acceptance  fee  of  N20,000:00  (fresh students only)

Candidates  shall  thereafter  continue  with  the  registration  procedure  as  detailed  out  on  the University  Website  or  eportal  as  provided  above  i.e.  (www.oauife.edu.ng ) or eportal.oauife.edu.ng.

Candidates  are  required  to  log  on  to  University  eportal  using  their  Matric/UTME  Number  to  select payment  activity  and  then  choose  the  Type  of  Payment  (Acceptance,  Main  Charges, Accommodation….)  and  indicate  Mode  of  Payment  (Bank  Branch  /  Transfer  /  Master  Card  i.e. ATM)  in  order  to  link  the  payment  to  REMITA.  If  Bank  Branch  is  selected,  download  RRR (Remita  Retrieval  Reference)  and  use  it  to  pay  by  cash  in  any  BANK  OF  YOUR  CHOICE  that accepts  cash  payment  to  REMITA.  If  either  TRANSFER  or  MASTER  CARD  is  chosen,  supply the  additional  information  to  effect  the  payment.  Please,  note  that  you  can  access  the  University  eportal  anywhere  to  effect  your  payment  in  any  branch  of  the  Banks  nearest  to  you  effective  13th March,  2017. On  behalf  of  the  University  Administration,  we  wish  all  students  a  wonderful,  peaceful  and rewarding 2016/2017.

   A. 2016/2017 MISCELLANEOUS/DEPARTMENTAL CHARGES FOR FRESH  UNDERGRADUATE, DIPLOMA AND DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS

FACULTY/PROGRAMME : CHARGES PER SESSION
LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS: N43,700
SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC. SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC : N54,700
BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE/CLINICAL SCIENCE/DENTISTRY/PHARMACY: N57,700 

  In addition to the above charges, a Development Levy of Eighteen thousand naira only (N18,000.00)  is to be paid once and for all by Fresh Students throughout the duration of their studentship in the University. 

a. Diploma in Local Government Studies
Tuition     -          63,300.00

TISHIP(Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Prog.)  :  1,600.00  
  
TOTAL  :  N64,900.00 

b. Accommodation:  (Freshmen will be provided accommodation on first come first served basis) :  N3,090.00  

   I. OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR 2016/2017 REGISTRATION OF FRESHMEN
  Candidates who have been offered admission should upload their credentials including Birth Certificate/Sworn Declaration of Age. Each candidate will be required to submit his/her Registration Certificate Form, as downloaded, to the Faculty Secretary. They will also be required to present the print- out of the certificate form for further screening on resumption.  

    II. SCREENING OF FRESH STUDENTS
All screenings are to be done on-line. Freshmen are expected to complete their screenings before they come to campus on the 30th April, 2017 when the 2016/2017 session will commence.       

     III. PROCEDURE FOR ACCESSING THE EPORTAL:

1. Log on to the University eportal using your UTME Registration Number and choose a Password to be used on the eportal. 

2. Complete the following forms correctly on the ePortal. 
   i. CERTIFICATE FORM(for not more than two sittings)
  ii. BIO-DATA
iii. COURSE REGISTRATION FORM
iv. BED SPACE CLEARANCE FORM (Optional)

The  Course  Registration  Form  will  only  be  available  upon:
  a.  Successful  filling  of  forms  (i)  and  (ii)  above.
  b.  Payment  of  appropriate  Charges  at  the  banks.

Please  note  that  only  2000  spaces  are  available  for  each  of  the  Special  Electives except SER 001 and LIB 001, which are compulsory for all Fresh Students.

3.  Problems,  if  any,  will  be  addressed  on-line  using  any  of  the  following  options:
    i.   Online help in the e-portal (eportal.oauife.edu.ng) or computercentre.oauife.edu.ng
  ii.      Hotlines  will  be  available  for  contact  (the  Hot  lines  will  be  available  on  the  e-portal)
  iii.       Email [email protected] can be used as well.

B. 2016/2017  MISCELLANEOUS/DEPARTMENTAL  CHARGES FOR RETURNING UNDERGRADUATE AND DIPLOMA STUDENTS

FACULTY/PROGRAMME : CHARGES PER SESSION

LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS : N19,700

LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS  (Extra Semester  Rain/Harmattan): N19,700 
SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC. SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC :  N27,700
SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC. SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC  (Extra Semester  Rain/Harmattan) : 27700

BASIC  MEDICAL SCIENCE/CLINICAL  SCIENCE, DENTISTRY/PHARMACY : N30,700
BASIC  MEDICAL SCIENCE/CLINICAL  SCIENCE, DENTISTRY/PHARMACY (Extra Semester  Rain/Harmattan) : N30,700
LATE REGISTRATION FOR COURSES : N2,000.00
ACCOMODATION (RETURNING STUDENT) : N2,590.00

   i. Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local Government Studies) - Returning Students    :   N55, 300.00

   ii. Faculty of Administration, (Diploma in Local Government Studies) - Extra Semester (Rain/Harmattan) :  N54, 050.00  

Returning Students are required to pay the appropriate charges as indicated above which includes the sum of N1, 600 for TISHIP (Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Programme). 
Students with extra semester(s) are required to pay appropriate charges including TISHIP as indicated above. They should in addition, obtain clearance from their Heads of Departments to enable them log on to the e-portal for registration.  
Students should access the e-portal from any Cyber Café anywhere for their registration as stipulated above.         

BED SPACE ALLOCATION:
Fresh undergraduates and final year students will apply for Bed Space Allocation directly on the  e-portal after payment of appropriate fees. Accommodation fees are to be paid ONLY after the bed space allocation request has been granted on the e-portal.
Candidates will be required to print 3 copies of Bed Space Clearance Forms from the eportal which must be duly signed by the student and the Hall Warden.
The forms will be administered as follows:  
(i) Students are required to keep a copy
(ii) Submit one copy to the Dean, Student Affairs 
(iii) Submit the third copy to the Hall Warden to qualify you to OCCUPY the bed space allocated.

Please note that failure to submit the Bed Space Clearance Forms as stipulated above automatically disqualifies the Bed Space Allocated.  Apart from fresh undergraduate students, final year students are also given priority in the allocation of bed spaces. Other spaces available (if any) will be balloted for. Fresh and undergraduate students should note that these bed spaces are on “First Come First Served” basis.  

   D. O. Awoyemi       Registrar

_austinerot_ wishes you all a happy and hitch-free registration exercise.

Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) Reporting from Campus Reporter Media- Aluta Worwor Disregard the Communique of the NANS 72nd Senate meeting, SUE the Senate President for amendment.

A DISREGARD TO THE ALLEGED COMMUNIQUÉ OF NANS 72NRD  SENATE MEETING

The conscience is like an open wound , only the truth can heal it.~ Uthman Danfodio.

It is a popular saying that whatever is worth doing is worth doing well. This saying has again resonated in my mind after the unfortunate circulation of an alleged communiqué of the 72nrd NANS Senate Meeting by the NANS senate president, Comr. Salam Olajide. It is known to the world that the 72nrd NANS Senate Meeting was held on the 2nrd to 4th of March,2017 , at the Federal College of Land and Resources Technology (FECOLART), in Owerri , Imo State.

Although the meeting was met with gridlock at a particular point, which led its adjournment, yet certain issues as they affect the Nigerian Students, and the state of our nation were brought and looked into before the highest Law making organ of the Nigerian students, the NANS Senate.

However, it beats my imagination that the purported communiqué (ie) official resolution of the Senate Meeting been circulated by the NANS Senate President, Oyejide Salam lacks merit and facts. And as such has been rejected by men of conscience and truth!

I wish to use this opportunity to call on the Senate president of NANS to as a matter of urgency withdraw the his alleged communiqué of the 72nrd NANS Senate Meeting, as it doesn't in any way reflect the deliberation that was  engaged upon in the floor of the House. Whoever ever was in the meeting will be able to identify the discrepancy between what was discussed at the Senate Meeting and the content of the alleged communiqué as orchestrated by
the NANS Senate President and his co-travellers.

It isn't my business to conclude on the intention and agenda of the Senate President , which has clearly proven to be ulterior in nature. All I ask, is for the issues and deliberations that were looked upon by the Senate on the 3rd of March, 2017 to have its clear reelection in the communiqué , without any manipulation of content to propitiate any  faction
whatsoever.

The NANS Senate , as we know is the apex decision making body of the organization. Hence , it is sacrosanct for the body to maintain its respect, primacy of recognition and worth in terms of reliable cum factual presentation of communique , in every of her sitting.

The Senate President knows the facts and substance of what was deliberated upon in the last Senate Meeting.

He doesn't need anybody to remind him of what was discussed in Meeting he presided upon. On this backdrop,  I join the league of men with upright minds, to call on the senate president to withdraw the so called communiqué in circulation, which has several political undertones and has been found wanting  in authentication.

He should therefore, provide the Nigerian students and the nation at large, a replacement that is only predicated on facts and facts alone - as this would mark an incipience of the much expected administrative expediency in sustaining the integrity, national and international prestige of our highly revered organization, NANS.

Signed:

Comr. Okorie Ikechukwu Santos
(AkA, Aluta Worwor).

Financial Secretary, NANS, NATIONAL.

NANS ZONE D SOUTH WEST, SET FOR THERE SUMMIT

NATIONAL  ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIAN STUDENTS'      (NANS) ZONE- D
SOUTH WEST

  " As for a future life,every man must judge for himself between conflicting vague possibilities and a realistic set of possibilities".

For too long,the Leadership traits that are to characterize the Developmental goals of a responsible society has been identified lacking. Hence,the need for sensitization of Youths both as prospective Leaders and worthy citizens of the world is birthed.

     
                  We present:

           

YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMIT
               
                     (YLS)    

              with the theme

    
"Students for  Sustainable Developmental Goals - Advocacy for National Development" . It is slated to hold as scheduled below;
                    

Tentative🗓: Weds.,29th March,2017

⏱:10am

Tentative🏛 : NUJ HALL,ALONG OSOGBO GRAMMAR SCHOOL,OSOGBO, OSUN STATE.

✍✍✍:
Chairman Planning Committee
COM.AFOLABI SAHEED SEEDORF.
NANS DEP. COORD ZONE D
+2347033558019

R.S.VP

Comr. Xterry Ayaba -  +2347032069289
Comr Tony - +2348165641333
Comr Experience - +2348064924874

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Come One! Come All!!!