Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Study in China: Congratulations to our applicants from Nigeria on their admission

Admission Letter
 Study in China: Congratulations to our September /October 2016 applicants on their admission. 

Course: Aeronautical Engineering and Business Administration
Course Duration: 4 years
School: Nanchang University of Aviation


Wednesday, July 20, 2016

2016-2017 List of Universities Approved by the Ministry of Education China

2016-2017 List of Universities Approved by the MOE China

The latest list of Chinese Ministry of Education-approved medical universities which offer MBBS in English has been released. The list has been released every year since 2007 when "Provisions for Quality Control Standards on Undergraduate Medical Education in English for International Student in China" were introduced.

The list is maintained by the National (Western) Medical Education Expert Group which continually assesses medical schools in China to determine whether they are qualified to offer MBBS programs in English.


Monday, June 27, 2016

Study in China: Congratulations to our applicant from Ghana on his admission

Admission letter
Study in China: Congratulations to our September /October 2016 applicant on his admission. 

Name: Jeffery
Course: Clinical Medicine
Course Duration: 5 years + 1 year Internship
School: Fujian Medical University


Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Study in Hangzhou Normal University

Hangzhou Normal University
 Hangzhou Normal University is located in Hangzhou, the capital city of Zhejiang Province, which is reputed as a renowned city of historical and cultural heritage and “the Best Tourism City” in China. There is only a stone’s throw away from the world famous scenic resort --- the West Lake.

The university has established inter-university exchange and cooperative relations with over 30 universities and institutions of higher learning in USA, Great Britain, Korea, Japan, Australia, the Philippines, and the Taiwan region.


Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Study in China: Congratulations to our applicant from Nigeria on her admission

 Study in China: Congratulations to our September 2016 applicant from Nigeria on her admission. #studyinchina

Name: Gloria Idahille​ Mamman
Country: Nigeria
Course: Nursing
Course Duration: 4 years
School: Hangzhou Normal University


Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Study in China: Congratulations to our applicant from Ghana on his admission

Admission letter
Study in China: Congratulations to our September /October 2016 applicant from Ghana on his admission. 

Name: Joseph Kporla Ahiagba
Country: Ghana
Course: Clinical Medicine
Course Duration: 5 years + 1 year Internship
School: Fujian Medical University


Monday, March 28, 2016

Study in China: Welcome our new Student from Nigeria (Photos)

Victor @ Guangzhou International Airport
 Study in China - Welcome our new student,Victor  from Nigeria.

Major: Chinese Language.

School: Hangzhou Normal University.

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Sunday, March 6, 2016

Nigeria will not give forex to Nigerians studying abroad again – Buhari

President Mohammadu Buhari may have indirectly banned Nigerians from pursuing their educational career abroad. 

The decision followed a discovery of the high demand for US dollar by parents of the students studying abroad who buy it to foot the tuition fees of their wards always puts unnecessary pressures on the Niara, the local Nigerian currency which in turn affects the economy of the country. 

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Study in China: Welcome our new Student from Nigeria (Photos)

Tunde @ Guangzhou International Airport
Study in China - Welcome our new student,Tunde from Nigeria.

Major: Chinese Language.

School: South Western University of Finance and Economics.

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Monday, February 8, 2016

Sunday Oliseh flees Nigeria, accuses staff of witchcraft

As the zero hour approaches for the must win double header AFCON qualifier against the Pharaohs of Egypt on March 23, Sports Vanguard can reveal the real reasons why coach Sunday

Oliseh may continue to tinker the Eagles from his base in Belgium. After contracting a virus in one of his official assignments, camp sources informed that the former Juventus player has alleged occultic manipulations by his enemies on his life and has vowed to flee far from the country to where they could not fly to attack him.

Buhari unfolds N500billion social welfare programmes

The Presidency has unfurled tentative details on the implementation of its N500 billion social welfare programme, revealing that one million extremely poor Nigerians would be direct beneficiaries of the N5,000 monthly cash transfer. 

The payment which is to commence once the budget is approved by the National Assembly, is besides another five social interventions that include the provision of one meal a day to school pupils in some selected states. A total of N60 billion would be directly transferred to the one million extremely poor Nigerians, according to a statement issued by the Office of the Vice-President in accordance to President Muhammadu Buhari’s vision of building human capital. 

Friday, February 5, 2016

Top 10 Reasons to Study MBBS in China

Top 10 Reasons to Study MBBS in China

1. Eligible for any medical licensing examination.
2. Graduate with a globally recognized medical degree.
3. On par with western higher education in medicine.
4. Easy getting admission to a top medical university.
5. Living costs and tuition are considerably lower in China
6. Immersing yourself into an international studying environment.
7. Plenty of quality hospitals for internship.
8. Colorful and fulfilling campus life.
9. Study in a society with excellent public security.
10. Explore the long-standing history and profound culture.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Study in China: Congratulations to our applicant from Nigeria on his admission

admission letter
 Study in China: Congratulations to our 2016 applicant from Nigeria on his admission. #studyinchina

Name: Olayiwola Omobobola​ Emmanuel
Country: Nigeria
Course: Civil Engineering
Course Duration: 4 years
School: Changsha University of Science and Technology


Friday, January 22, 2016

APC panel disqualifies “fair-weather” Ekwunife from contesting Senate rerun on party’s platform

A five-member screening committee set up by the All Progressive Congress has disqualified a former member of the House of Representatives, Uche Ekwunife, from contesting election into the vacant seat of the Anambra Central Senatorial District.

The party selected Sharon Ikeazor, a former interim woman leader of the party, as its candidate in the election.

Buhari won’t spare Jonathan if ex-president is proven corrupt – Presidency

In Nigeria’s ongoing war against corruption, President Muhammadu Buhari will not spare anyone who has a case to answer, and his predecessor, Goodluck Jonathan, would face justice if guilty, presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina, has said.

Mr. Adesina told PREMIUM TIMES on Thursday, when he visited the newspaper’s office in Abuja, that Mr. Buhari has “no accord” to shield any corrupt person from prosecution.

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Photos : Olisa Metuh dragged to court again in handcuffs

 PDP spokesman, Chief Olisa Metuh was dragged to another court hearing today Jan. 21 in handcuffs. He's reportedly being arraigned for destroying EFCC evidence.

Metuh allegedly tore his written statement on Jan. 14th.

More photos after the cut...

Photos: A housemaid in Saudi Arabia who threatened to commit suicide by jumping off a building rescued

The Saudi Civil Defence team rescued an Asian maid who threatened to commit suicide by jumping off the sixth floor of a building in a residential area in Riyadh, Arabic daily Sabq reports.

The maid, who is employed by a Syrian family, managed to reach on to the window AC panel on the outer side of wall and then threatened to commit suicide. 

The rescue team rushed to the residential tower in Al-Maadhar district and persuaded the woman not to jump after they took her into confidence. The police has launched an inquiry into the incident.

Source : Sabq

$2.1b arms deals : Mu’azu, Dikko, Jonathan’s ex-aide may be declared wanted

As EFCC intensifies its investigations into the alleged stealing of $2.1 billion arms fund, former Chairman of PDP Adamu Muazu, former Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs Service Abdullahi Dikko Inde and four others may soon be declared wanted as they have all reportedly declined to honor invitations by the EFCC to answer questions in connection with the fraud.

According to The Nation, the others are former PDP Kebbi State governorship candidate Gen. Bello Sarkin Yaki, a former top official in the Office of National Security Adviser, Col. Bello Fadile, former Special Assistant to former President Goodluck Jonathan on Domestic Affairs Waripamowei Dudafa and a former Chairman of the Pension Reform Task Team, Mr.Abdulrasheed Maina.

Daniel Amokachi seals 1-year deal to coach JS Hercules of Finland

Former Super Eagles coach, Daniel Amokachi, has secured a one-year deal to coach JS Hercules of Finland. A position which is required to take effect immediately. The Finnish second division side, on their official website on Wednesday Jan. 20th, announced the hiring of former Super Eagles player, Amokachi as its new coach and the re-organization in their technical crew.

The club stated on its website:
“Oulu-based football club Hercules has signed an agreement with former Nigeria national team player and Coach Daniel Amokachi. The head coach for the previous season Pekka Haaranen will continue as assistant coach. Amokachi’s agreement with Hercules is one year,”.

Dasuki drags FG to ECOWAS court, demands N500million damages

Following his continued detention despite meeting his bail conditions, former National Security Adviser (NSA), Sambo Dasuki, has filed a suit against the Federal Government before the ECOWAS Court in Abuja and is demanding payment of N500 million damages for alleged rights infringement.

In the suit filed by his lawyer, Robert Emukpoeruo, Dasuki asked the court to declare his continued detention as “unlawful, arbitrary and an egregious violation” of his human rights. Dasuki in the suit also asked the court to declare that the alleged invasion of his Abuja and Sokoto residences on July 16 and 17, 2015 and the “forceful and unlawful seizure” of his properties, “without any lawful order or warrant” constituted a gross violation of his fundamental rights and offended the country’s treaty obligations as a signatory to the listed legal instruments.

L.A. to pay $24 million to 2 men who spent decades in jail for murders they did not commit

Los Angeles will pay more than $24 million to two men who spent decades in prison after they were wrongfully convicted of murder, officials said.

Kash Delano Register won his freedom in 2013 after lawyers and students from Loyola Law School doubted a key prosecution witness’s testimony.

God has a hand in Nigeria’s current economic predicament- Oyegun

National Chairman of APC, John Oyegun, says God has a hand in Nigeria’s current economic challenges. He said this while speaking to a 15-member delegation of an APC support group, Change Agents Foundation (CAF) in Abuja yesterday January 20th. 

“I think God has a hand in the current economic predicament of the country. Imagine the sudden fall in the price of crude oil, the mainstay of the Nigerian economy, from its heights in 2014, averaging $112 per barrel down to the current price of $28 per barrel – lower than the $38 per barrel which the proposed 2016 budget is predicated on. It is an object lesson for us. It tells us that we must embrace radical change in our economic model,” he said.

Pipeline bombers to be treated as terrorist – Chief of Naval Staff, Ibok-Ekwe Ibas

Abuja – Following last weekend bombing of several gas and oil supply pipelines by militants in Delta State, the Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Ibok-Ekwe Ibas said yesterday that such attacks would be treated as terrorist attack by the Nigerian Navy rather than mere pipeline vandalism.

Describing the incidents as unfortunate, the CNS who spoke during a lecture he delivered to Course 24 participants at the National Defence College titled Nigerian Navy: Challenges and Future Perspectives’ noted that the Navy was not taking the sabotage it lightly, because the act was capable of undermining the Navy’s recent push in sanitizing the nation’s maritime sector.

Diezeani Alison-Madueke appears before London police

Embattled former Nigerian Petroleum Resources Minister, Diezeani Alison-Madueke on Thursday afternoon finally appeared at a London Police Station.

In a report monitored by our correspondent on TVC, Alison-Madueke was at the Charing Cross Police Station, London to honour the invitation by the authorities.

Foreign Suppliers Blacklist Nigeria From Fuel Imports

LAGOS — Nigeria’s difficulty to import refined petroleum products, particularly, Premium Motor Spirit, PMS, also known as petrol, has worsened as foreign suppliers have blacklisted Nigeria from further business until such transactions are dollar cash backed.

The development is further compounded with the deferment of about 5.4 million litres PMS daily production, as the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, yesterday, announced the shut down of Port Harcourt and Kaduna refineries. The announcement came four days after the plants were closed.