Tag: University of Abuja

University of Abuja expel students over various misconducts

The University of Abuja (UniAbuja) has expelled at least 46 students over various misconducts. The head of public relations, Habib Yakoob, announced the institutions decision in a statement on Sunday. He said the sanction followed the affected students’ breach of their sworn matriculation oath. Yakoob said this came as the[Read More…]

Breaking: JAMB Halts University of Abuja Admissions Over Unholy Process – here’s why

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has halted the ongoing admission of students at the University of Abuja due to what it described as an unholy process and unacceptable irregularities. In its latest investigation on the admission process of the University, Economic Confidential found out that the new management[Read More…]

University Of Abuja Students Lockout FCT Minister, Bala Mohammed

by Musa Abdullahi Students of the University of Abuja under the aegis, FCT National Association of Nigeria Students, NANS, yesterday locked out the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, Senator Bala Mohammed and other government officials over the refusal of the administration to purchase for them a School[Read More…]

University Of Abuja Shut Indefinitely Over Students’ Protest

The Management of the University Of Abuja Monday shut the institution indefinitely following a protest by students on the two campuses. The University’s Governing Council ordered students out of their hostels and campuses in a memo issued by the Registrar, Mohammed Modibbo, which reads, “I am directed to inform you that[Read More…]

Engineering Course Of The University Of Abuja Cleared For Admission

The engineering course of the University of Abuja has been cleared for admission from 2013/2014 academic session. The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor James Sunday Adelabu, said this at the 22nd Matriculation of the university. According to the VC, the university has overcome the accreditation challenges it had in the[Read More…]