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Friday, November 18, 2016

In Nigeria, many churches are into the educational sector, so it is not strange to see churches build schools, either primary schools, secondary or even institutions of higher learning. What is strange however is the fact that most of these institutions which turn out to be private universities, turn around and charge fees that are well out of the reach of the average Nigerian.


Here are 7 schools built by churches with high tuition fees

1. Bowen university

Bowen University is owned and operated by the Nigerian Baptist Convention. Located at Iwo in Osun state it is housed on the campus of the Baptist College which is a teacher-training institution just outside the city of Iwo. For Bowen university their school fees are as follows: – For students in B.A. and B. Sc. Programmes, a minimum of N300, 000 must be paid from the session fees in the first semester before registration. – For students in the law faculty, a minimum of N 500,000 must be paid from the session fees in the first semester before registration. – For students in the medicine and surgery department (pre-clinical), all fees and levies must be fully paid at the beginning of the first semester while a minimum of N 800,000 must be paid before registration. – For students in the medicine and surgery department (clinical), all fees and levies must be fully paid at the beginning of the first semester while a minimum of N 1,000,000 must be paid before registration.






2. Covenant university

Covenant University is a private Christian university and a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities. It is located in Ota, Ogun state, Nigeria. For Covenant university the school fees ranges from N774, 500 for courses such as Banking and Finance, Economic and Development studies, Business management and so on to N814,000 for engineering programmes and Architecture.

3. Benson Idahosa university

The Benson Idahosa University (BIU) is a private, Christian university in Benin City. It was named in honour of Archbishop Benson Idahosa, a charismatic Pentecostal minister from Benin and the university reflects his evangelical beliefs. At Benson Idahosa University, students of Agriculture pay the lowest fees, which is N278, 000 per session in their final year, while students of law pay as much as N1, 150, 000 in their first year and N643, 800 by their final year. Mathematics students pay N583, 000 per session.

4. Babcock university

Babcock University is a private Christian co-educational Nigerian university owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist church in Nigeria. In Babcock university, education program students pay the lowest school fees which is N244,000 per session, while the highest paying students are Accounting, Nursing science and Computer science students who pay as much as N482,000 in their first year alone.

5. Redeemer’s University

Redeemer’s University was established in 2005, and it is owned by the Redeemed Christian Church of God. It is located at Ede, off Gbongan-Oshogbo Road, Osun state, Nigeria. At Redeemer’s university, admission fees alone run into N110, 000 in the first year. With tuition fees and other fees running into N695, 000 in the first year alone.

6. Ajayi Crowther

Ajayi Crowther University is located in Oyo state, Nigeria. The university was established by the Supra Diocesan Board, West of the Church of Nigeria popularly known as the Anglican Communion. The faculty of humanities in the Ajayi Crother University pays as much as N395, 000 per session and it happens to be the lowest. The faculty of law students pay N690, 000 in tuition fees every session.

7. Madonna University

Madonna University is a private catholic university in Nigeria. It was founded on May 10, 1999 in Okija, Anambra state. In Madonna, medicine students pay as much as N925, 000 in their first year’s first semester alone. In the second semester they pay N575, 000, which brings the total they pay in their first year to about N1, 490, 000.

Friday, November 11, 2016



Photo Credit: PUNCH
The Governing Council of the Osun State University, Osogbo, has terminated the appointment of Dr. Olabode Ojoniyi of the Department of Languages and Linguistics, Ikire Campus, caught on video having an amorous relationship with one of his students, Mercy Ikwue.
It was gathered on Sunday that the Governing Council headed by Mallam Yusuf Ali SAN, sacked the lecturer, who appeared nude on a bed  in a hotel room and caressing Miss Ikwue.
A member of the Governing Council confirmed the sacking of Ojoniyi to our correspondent in Osogbo on Sunday.
He said, “The Council met last week and the report of the panel that investigated Ojoniyi’s amorous affair with the female student was deliberated upon. His appointment was terminated because that is the penalty stated in the Code of Conduct of Staff of Osun State University.”
Apart from the member of the Governing Council, three other lecturers including two professors confirmed that Ojoniyi had been sacked.
Part II articles 15 and 23  of the Code of Conduct for Staff and Students of UNIOSUN read, “ An academic staff shall not conduct himself/ herself in relation to students in such a manner that derogates from his status as a lecturer, examiner and adviser. Specifically, sexual harassment of students by (members of) staff is totally forbidden. Any (member of) staff found guilty of sexual harassment shall be dismissed from the service of the university and may be handed over to relevant state authority for prosecution.



“An academic (member of) staff shall not demand from students any gratification whether in cash or in kind including sexual gratification in the discharge of his/her lawful duties. Breach of this code shall warrant appropriate sanction ranging from warning to termination of appointment depending on the gravity of the offence.”
Ojoniyi’s sex act was captured in a video which is believed to have been surreptitiously recorded by the female student.
The female student was said to have been pressurised by Ojoniyi for sex and she eventually agreed and followed him to their agreed place with a laptop computer from which she pretended to be watching a movie, Things Fall Apart. Unknown to him, Miss Ikwue was actually recording their sexual activities.
Ojoniyi had accused one of the lecturers of the university, who was recently dismissed for an alleged misconduct as the person behind the drama. According to him, the lady was contracted to blackmail him. But Ojoniyi did not deny being the one in the video.
The video clip went viral afterwards and Ojoniyi, when contacted by PUNCH did not deny that he was the one in the video and did not say his image was manipulated. He only blamed his detractors for the incident.
The Acting Registrar of UNIOSUN, Bayo Shittu, who doubles as the secretary of the council, did not pick repeated calls put across to his telephone line.
He had yet to reply to the text sent to him to officially confirm the sacking as of the time of filing this report.
A professor at the university recently resigned his appointment over the alleged rape of a female student in his office.
Some lecturers and students of the university told disclosed that the professor knew that he would be sacked if the case was investigated and he hurriedly resigned to prevent the embarrassment which would follow.

According to Ada Ebonyi who shared the clip on Facebook, the guy beat his school girlfriend mercilessly.

He repeatedly pounds the girl and furiously pins her down by her hair. The girl is begging the guy, Ekene and apologising, but the beating continues until someone manages to pull the 'Mike Tyson' boyfriend off the hapless girl.




According to reports they are students of Ebonyi state University, Ebonyi state.

Watch the video below...
Vivian Iloabuchi, a recently graduated student of Dority International Secondary School, Aba, has straight A’s in all nine subjects in the just released 2016 Senior 



Secondary School exams.