Friday, 13 April 2018


Wednesday, 28 February 2018

UNN SUG ELECTION 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 Updated Time Table for the Students’ Union Government Election for the 2017/2018 Academic Session S/NO/DAYS/TIME/ACTIVITY/ 1.Monday February 5th 2018 8.00a.m. -4.00p.m: Collection of nomination forms. 2.Friday, 9th February, 201  3.30p.m:Return of duly completed nomination forms. 3. Wednesday, 14th February, 2018 10.00a.m: Sorting and collation of Submitted forms and short listing of Candidates. 4.Monday 5th – Tuesday 6th March, 2018 9.00a.m. Interview of Shortlisted Candidates for all election   5. Thursday, 8th  March, 2018. 12noon Publication of cleared Candidates for all elections. 6.Thursday, 8th  March, 2018 2.00 p.m. Campaign begins. 7.Monday, 12th March, 2018 12.00 noon. Campaign ends. 8. Monday, 12th  March, 2018 4.00p.m: Manifesto for Hall Government Contestants. 9. Tuesday, 13th March, 2018 9. 00a.m: Accreditation of Voters/Election into Hall Government/Declaration of Results. 10.Wednesday 14th March, 2018 5.00p.m: Manifesto night for SUG Government Contestants. 11.Thursday,  15th March, 2018 9.00a.m. Accreditation of Votes/Election into Students’ Union Government/Declaration of Results

Monday, 25 September 2017

People hearing about this ugly incident that happened in Kwara State are amazed when the secret between father and daughter who were leaving together as husband and wife was revealed during their terrible ailments after the third child.
A village called Manfile near Gaa Akanbi in Kwara was where the incident happened. It was reported that in 1992, a man called John Oyewo divorced his wife Yetunde and maried another wife Feyisayo. After this divorcement, the only daughter Yetunde had for John (Esther) was leaving with her father and the new wife. Since around the age of 15, the father had been sleeping with the girl. Many times he had aborted for the girl before it was known to the entire family but they tried to cover the shameful incident. After a couple of years, it was discovered that John never ceased to impregnate the girl in which they lost those children at the point of delivery. It was the incident that made the new wife Fesayo to pack out of John’s house.
This is what made the entire family of John decided to disown them and chased them away from the community. But because both father and daughter were addicted to meeting each other, they relocated to Manfile village where nobody recognises them and they leave as husband and wife. In that village they had a daughter and named her Ore-Oluwa. It was this child they were nursing before terrible things happened. Suddenly, an unknown sickness fell on Ore-Oluwa which claimed so much money before the girl eventually died. Immediately after the death the of the child, another strange sickness came on John himself, he would be pouring out saliva from his mouth like an imbeccile and his body has totally changed. As if that was not enough, they said John just walked away from the house when his brain was no more functioning well again and no body could trace his whereabout till the compilation of this news. Even Esther, who is now 40years is also on sick bed right now suffering from an unknown ailment. According to her when talking to people who came to her rescue, she said, ‘’that very year the father would have sex with me, it all began in the bathroom at the age of 15, the father asked me if I had bath and i said no. Immediately, he ordered me to come and bath together with him. While bathing me, he was pressing my nipples, touching every sensitive parts of my body and I insisted that he should stop but he refused to stop and after while I lost control and started enjoying it, that was how we entered the room and we had sex that day for the first time. Since then, we have been enjoying it and we do it regularly. I never knew it was bad until terrible things started happening to us.
Till today, people of Manfile in Kwara state never ceased to talk about the incident and they said the condition of Esther requires a lot of prayer and sacrifice because of the abominable thing done by both father and daughter.

Friday, 8 September 2017

Livingspring Of Knowledge And Culture

UNNpeep is an online platform for Nigerian student most especially University of Nigeria Nsukka Student for getting & posting relevant information needed by the Student either on Campus or Outside the Campus including getting News,Times Table,discussing important matters,sharing article and uploading & downloading learning materials.

Let this not happen to you... This could be a common mistake in any household. How it happened:

The gas stove was on and cooking in progress. The lady observed some cockroaches near the sink and
grabbed a can of insect killer and sprayed it near the gas stove, which was on. There was an explosion and
in no time the poor woman was covered in flames,sustaining 65% burns. 

Her husband rushed in, tried to
put out the flames and his clothes too caught fire. The husband is still in hospital, in the burns ward, still
unaware that his wife was declared dead on arrival. Let us understand: - All insect killer sprays such as "Hit",
"Mortein", "Heaven", "Raid", etc. have highly volatile and inflammable solvents.

The atomized spray particles spread very rapidly and one spark is enough to ignite this explosive mixture with oxygen present in air.

Please educate your family & friends about this and spread the word around.

Don't keep this message in your inbox. Please share...who knows you may save more than a life... I just did my part as received!

Monday, 17 July 2017

See below for procedures on how to login to the Waec result checker portal to check 2017/2018 Wassce results;
1. Visit the Waec Result Checking Portal via
2. Enter your 10-digit WAEC Examination Number; (This is your 7-Digit centre number followed by your 3-digit candidate number eg. 4123456789)
3. Select your Examination Year (i.e. 2017)
4. Select the Type of Examination [ i.e. SCHOOL CANDIDATE RESULTS]
5. Enter the Card Serial Number found on the reverse side of your WAEC Result Checker Scratch card
6. Enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN) on your Waec result checker Scratch card (Use the PIN printed on your examination /acknowledgement slip)
7. Click Submit and wait for the results window to come up.
Alternatively, you can use the SMS notification method by following the steps below;
Send SMS in the format:
WAEC*ExamNo*PIN*ExamYear to the short-code 32327 (MTN, Aritel & Glo subscribers)
For example -:
Note: Ensure you adhere strictly to the format above. There should be no space in the message. Wait for your result to be delivered to your phone via SMS. (SMS Cost N30 Only).
How many times can I check my results?
Candidates can check their results up to a maximum of 5 (five) times with the use of 1 (one) Scratch card. In order to check further after exhausting the allowed 5 (five) times you will need to purchase another Scratch card which will entitle you to another 5 (five) result checks.
If you are having trouble checking your result as a result of wrong exam number, kindly proceed to the nearest WAEC office to make corrections to information erroneously provided by you in the course of your registration.
Announcing the release of the results online via their Twitter handle, the Head of National Office (HNO), Mr. Isaac Adenipekun, said that a total of 1,567,016 candidates registered for the examination, out of which 1,559,162 candidates sat the examination.
He said that of the total number of candidates that sat the exam, 829,853 were male and 729,309 were female, representing 53.22 per cent and 46.27 per cent respectively.
According to a breakdown of the results, a total of 1,471,151, representing 94.36 per cent have their results fully processed and released, while 95,734 candidates, representing 5.64 per cent have a few of their subjects still being processed due to errors traceable to the candidates.
Such errors are being corrected and the results will be fully processed and released subsequently.
A total of 923,486 candidates, representing 59.22 per cent, obtained minimum of credits in 5 subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics.
The HNO added that there was a significant improvement in the performance of candidates when compared with the results of 2015 and 2016 examinations with the percentage of candidates in this category in 2015 and 2016 at 38.68 per cent and 52.97 per cent, respectively.

Friday, 14 July 2017

Saturday, 8 July 2017


DATE: MONDAY 10th JULY 2017 (3.00pm – 6.00pm)

BatchTimeDepartmentsNumber of studentsInvigilators


3.00pm – 4.30pm





1  – 120

    1  –  144

     1  – 157

    1   –   97

TOTAL = 518





4.30 – 6.00pm







1  –  109

1  –  149

1  –  147

1  –  12

1  –  7

1 – 11

1  –  5

1  –  4

Total = 444


  1. Students are advised to report at the examination venue at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time for identification and check-in
  2. All students MUST write the examination according to this schedule, as no arrangement has been made for any spill-over.
  3. Every student should submit his/her continuous assessment (CA) workbook to the invigilators at the entrance into the examination room.

Sign: Prof. A.B.C. Ekwealor

Thursday, 6 July 2017

Arsenal and Leicester City Football Club get the 2017/18 Premier League season under way on Friday 11 August at 1945 BST

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

The Library Management wishes to invite all staff, students and researchers, to visit the newly upgraded Institutional Repository of the University, herewith referred to as UNNSPACE. The Repository has been upgraded from 3.0 to 6.04, and running on Ubuntu Linux which has also been upgraded from 12.0 to 16.04 LTS.  Right now, University of Nigeria has the latest DSpace-powered Institutional Repository in Nigeria. Thanks to the University Administration for the support in achieving this feat.
The Upgrade enables easy navigation of the repository with relevant statistics and the integration of ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID). These and many more, are obtainable in the newly upgraded UNNSPACE.

Authors are hereby encouraged to visit the UNNSPACE following these steps:
  1. Visit,
  2. Under LIBRARIES, navigate to Institutional Repository

  Alternatively, visit the URL:
NB: Lecturers and PG students are urged to have their publications showcased on UNNSPACE by submitting to:
For enquiries, please contact: , Thanks.

Signed: The University Librarian

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Dear Colleagues

Please see below link for application to World Bank Group Young Professional Program for your students that may be interested.

The Young Professionals Program is a premier global recruitment program and is a unique opportunity for exceptionally talented young people with a passion for international development to contribute to solving some of the world’s most pressing problems.  The following are the minimum requirements to be eligible for the Young Professionals Program:

• Citizenship of a member country of the World Bank Group
• Be born on or after October 1, 1985
• A PhD or Master’s degree and relevant work experience
• Fluency in English
• Full proficiency in one or more of the WBG’s working languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish is desired but not required
• Specialization in a field relevant to the WBG Technical/Operations such as economics, finance, education, public health, social sciences, engineering, urban planning, agriculture, natural resources, and others
• At least three years of relevant professional experience related to development or continued academic study at the doctoral level.

Best regards,

We  thank Dr Edozie Ajaero for the information.

best wishes

Prof Obinna Onwujekwe

Chairman: Senate Research Grants Committee




Planning team

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Friday, 16 June 2017

Professionals who have extensive operational or policymaking experience in civil registration systems, identification, electoral, and single registry programs, stemming from their experience in senior government positions or academia, and/or skills in one of the following six specialized areas are invited to register in the directory of experts:
·         civil registration; statistics (including vital statistics data analysis);
·         law;
·         management of large operations;
·         digitization (including IT systems design, and system integration and interoperability); communication;
·         social mobilization and behaviour change (including socio-cultural and anthropological research); and
·         public health.
Deadline: June 30, 2017, by 11:45 p.m. (EDT) 
Connect with us

We thank Dr Chidi Ugwu for the information.

best wishes

Prof Obinna Onwujekwe

Chairman: Senate Research Grants Committee

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences cordially invite the University Community to a lecture by her renowned alumnus Prof Moji Christianah Adeyeye, Ph.D., FAAPS. FAACP, FNAS., Professor of Pharmaceutics and Drug Product Evaluation, William J. Fulbright Senior Scholar and Specialist Professor Emeritus, College of Pharmacy, Roosevelt University, USA .

The title of the lecture is
Venue: Prince Alexandra’s Auditorium
Date: Wednesday, 14th June
Time: 2pm

Okwun Omeaku - Chief (Dr.)

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

This is to inform members of the Convocation and the University Community that a meeting of Convocation has been fixed.

Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017.
Time: 11.00 a.m.
Venue: Ekpo Convocation Arena

In order to elect Convocation Representative into the Governing Council.

Accreditation will take place from 8.00a.m. to 11.00 a.m. and the following are requirements for accreditation:
(a)    For Staff of the University: Staff ID Card, Photocopy of Degree Certificate/Statement of Result and either National ID Card/Driver’s License or National Voter’s Card.
(b)   For non-Staff Members: Original Alumni ID Card, Photocopy of Degree Certificate/Statement of Result and either your National ID Card/Driver’s License or National Voter’s Card.
Voting will commence at 11.00a.m.
The updated list of membership shall be displayed from June 6 – 7, 2017 for cross-checking and correction of errors.
Wishing you God’s mercies as you come.
Best wishes.

Chris C. Igbokwe, Esq.


Tuesday, 6 June 2017

The Department of English & Literary Studies of the University of Nigeria is inviting the University Community to the opening ceremony of the Homecoming of her graduands scheduled for Thursday, June 08, 2017 at Princess Alexandra Auditorium & Unity Hall.

The opening ceremony, under the Chairmanship of Chief Nduka Eya, will feature the presence of the Executive Governor of Imo State, His Excellency, Owelle Rochas A. Okorocha as the Special Guest of Honour. The Keynote Speaker is the Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission, Professor Adamu Abubakar Rasheed.

The Head, Department of English & Literary Studies, Professor Ikenna Dieke cordially invites staff and students of the University to this all-important event of the Department which starts at 10.00 am each of these days
Avail yourself of this timely opportunity.

Okwun Omeaku – Chief (Dr.)
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Monday, 5 June 2017


DATE: 6TH-9TH June, 2017

1 Dr. (Mrs.) V. N. Okafor English & Literary Std. Fine & App. Arts, Music, Arch. & Tourism, 12:00  –  12:10 pm
1:00 pm – 1:10 pm
2 Dr. (Mrs.) A. N. Ejikeme Linguistics, Hist. & Int. Stds., Comb. Arts, Foreign Lang. & Lit., 2:00 pm – 2:10 am
3 Mrs. E. O. Njoku Mass Com., Theatre & Film Studies 3:00 pm – 3:10 pm
4 Dr. R. N. C. Ugwuanyi Science Edu. and Lib & Info. Sc., Soc. Sc. Edu.  Vocational Tech. Educ. 4:00 pm – 4:10 pm
5:00 pm – 5:10 pm
5 Mrs, J. C. Igbokwe Art Edu., Adult Edu,  Edu. Found and HPE 6:00 pm –  6:10 pm
    JUNE 7TH  
6 Dr. (Mrs.) N. E. Osadebe Biochemistry 7:00 am – 7:10 am
7 Mr. Patrick Igbokwe Botany and Zoology. Microbiology, 8:00 am – 8:10 am
9:00 am – 9:10 am
8 Mr. B. E. Asogwa Nursing Sc., Medical Laboratory Sc. 10:00 am – 10:10 am
11:00 am – 11:10 am
9 Dr. (Mrs.) A. N. Idoko Med. Rehab., Med. Anatomy and Dentistry. Med. Physiology and Med. Radiogr. 12:00  – 12:10 pm
1:00 pm – 1:10 pm
10 Dr. E. C. Ihekwoaba Comb. Bio. Scs. Medicine and Surgery 2:00 pm – 2:10 am 3:00 pm – 3:10
11 Dr. S. C. Ukwoma Mech. Engr. and Agic. & Bio. Engr., Civil Engr. Statistics and Mathematics 4:00 pm – 4:10 pm
5:00 pm – 5:10 pm
12 Mrs. H. U. Igbo Met. & Mat., Electrical Engr., Electronic Engr., Geology, Phys. & Astro. 6:00 pm – 6:10 pm
    JUNE 8TH  
13 Mrs. H. N. Okpala Comb. Phys. Scs. and  Science Lab Tech; Pure & Industrial Chemistry and Compu. Sc. 7:00 am – 7:10 am
8:00 am – 8:10 am
14 Mrs. C. L. Dim Crop Science; Animal Sc. Agric. Extension 9:00 am – 9:10 am
15 Mr. Nwafor, Micheal Vet. Med. and Soil Sc. 10:00 am – 10:10 am
Food Sc. & Tech and HSND; 11:00 am – 11:10 am
16 Dr. (Mrs.) J. N. Ekere Pharmacy and Agric. Econs 12:00 pm – 12:10 pm
17 Mrs. P. C. Madumere Sociology/Anthropology.; Social Work; PALG 1:00 pm – 1:10 pm
18 Mr. C. F. Ugwuanyi Comb. Soc. Scs.; 2:00 pm – 2:10 pm
19 Dr. (Mrs.) A. A. Ali Economics; Philosophy; and Religion, 3:00 pm – 3:10 pm
20 Miss Felicia Ugwu Political Sc., Geography, Psychology 4:00 pm – 4:10 pm

21 Ibegbulam, I. J. Management &
5:00 pm – 5:10 pm
22 Mbakwe, C. E. Accountancy & Banking Finance 6:00 pm – 6:10 pm
    JUNE 9TH  
23 Dr. Anaeme, F. O. Law 7:00 am – 7:10 am
24 Enem, F. N. Law 8:00 am – 8:10 am
25 Dr. Ugwoke B. U. Estate Mgt., Geo-Informatics and Surveying 9:00 am – 10:10 am
26 Akpom, C. C. Architecture, Urban & Regional Planning 10:00 am – 10:10 am
27 Dr. Ohaji, I. K. Nursing Sciences 11:00 am –  11:10 am
28 Onyam, D. I. Med. & Surg.,
Radiography &
Med. Lab.
12:00 – 12:10 pm

Saturday, 3 June 2017

It is tempting to think that because you have used a computer for a long time, you are "computer literate" or "computer savvy," but this is not the case. Here are 10 skills you absolutely must know to be considered computer literate. If you already know these, you should be helping others learn them as well!

1: Search engines
Using a search engine is more than typing in the address, putting a couple of keywords into the big text box, clicking Search, and choosing the first result. While that may work, it won't give you the best results much of the time. Learning the advanced search, Boolean operators, and how to discern good results from bad results goes a long way toward enabling you to use a computer as a powerful research tool.

2: Word processing
Word processing is one of the oldest uses for a computer. And it continues to be extremely important, even though in many ways its functions have been put into other applications. (For example, people may write more emails than documents, but the task is nearly identical.) It is tough to claim to be computer literate if the basic functions of word processing — like spell check, table creation, and working with headers — are outside your capabilities.

3: Spreadsheets
Spreadsheets were the killer application that got a lot of people willing to pony up big bucks for a PC in the early 1980s. Spreadsheets offer incredibly powerful analysis possibilities... if you know how to use them for more than storing the holiday card address list. (Okay, I use Excel for that too.) Being able to use formulas, references, and macros can turn a "grid of numbers" into actionable information in the hands of the right person.

4: Browser basics
It is almost painful to watch some "computer savvy" people operate a Web browser. The most obvious goof is going to a search engine to type in the address of the site they want to go to. But folks are unaware of a lot of other things they do that make the Internet more difficult than it needs to be. Mastering techniques like opening links in new windows, using bookmarks, editing URLs to perform navigation, clearing the browser cache, and understanding common error messages will give you access to a world of unlimited information instead of keeping you stuck with only what Web site designers make obvious.

5: Virus/malware scanning
Much of typical computer maintenance is automated or unneeded at this point, but it is still essential to understand how to check a system for nasty bugs, spyware, and other malicious applications. While the scanning tools come with real-time monitors, something can still slip onto the system before the scanner has the right filter for it. So it's critical to know how to trigger a manual virus/malware scan, as well as how to use alternative systems, spot signs of an infection, and other similar tasks.

6: Common keyboard commands
If you do not know how to copy/paste without a mouse, you are not computer literate. Sorry! Every operating system has some universal keyboard commands, and while knowing them won't add 30 minutes back into your day, it will take a lot of the "friction" out of using a computer. Learning these commands is more a matter of routine than anything else; a short tutorial done once a day for a week will probably be enough to put you in the habit, and it will make you a happier user.

7: Basic hardware terminology
It is tough to have someone help you with a problem when you tell them that your "hard drive" is unplugged, when you really mean "the computer." There are a number of common hardware misunderstandings out there, and while some are understandable (for instance, confusing a NIC with a modem — the cables look similar and they serve the same purpose, networking), knowing basic hardware terminology is a must-have skill to be a savvy user.

8: Simple networking diagnosis
Networking problems create the most common trouble with most computers. While you don't need to be able to program a Cisco router, you should know how to:
•Determine your IP address
•Verify physical connectivity to the network
•Check that you have a logical connection to the network
•Find out what path network traffic takes to get to its destination
•Translate from DNS names to IP addresses

9: How to hook it up
Despite the color coding of connections and the fact that most cords can be plugged into only one hole, tons of people still can't hook up a computer. It is tough to claim to be computer literate if you can't even get it hooked up and turned on without some help.

10: Security/privacy 101
It is a dangerous world out there! You absolutely must know how to protect yourself from attackers on the Internet and keep your personal data private. Everything from knowing to check a link before you click it to verifying that encryption is being used to transmit sensitive data to researching sites before giving them your personal data are all critical skills for the modern computer user. If you do not know how to keep yourself safe, you need to learn how.

Friday, 2 June 2017

Members of the Governing Council comprising of the Chairman, Chief Mike Olorunfemi (centre), flanked by the VC, Prof. B.C. Ozumba (right) and the Registrar, Barr. C.C. Igbokwe (left), the Principal Officers of the Univer
sity, the Federal Government Appointees, Senate Representatives, and the Congregation Representatives.
The Convocation Representative will be elected on June 10,2017.
For more details click:

Tuesday, 30 May 2017


The Vice-Chancellor has instituted “Best Blogger Awards” for deserving members of staff and students who excel in blogging. Deans of Faculty, Directors of Institute, Heads of Department and Units are requested to encourage their staff and students to participate in this exercise.



Student with 500 Blogs – Cash Prize

Most Informative Blog – Cash Prize

Most Innovation-driven Blog – Cash Prize

Most Updated Blog – Cash Prize

Most Vibrant Female Blogger – Cash Prize

Most Motivational Class (Light Refreshment)


Departmental Rep award, with more than 2,000 Blogs in the Department – Cash Prize

Faculty Rep award, with more than 3,000 Blogs in the Faculty – Cash Prize

Best Faculty Dean (Faculty with highest number of blogs) – Cash Prize

Paid sites

All Paid sites will attract extra awards (both staff and students)

Extra information

    Best Blogs will be specially advertised on the University website.
    In addition to cash, there is certificate for all awards.
    Deadline is 9th June, 2017 for Nsukka Campus
    Deadline is 14th June, 2017 for Enugu and Itiku Campuses


Rev. Dr. Ezichi A. Ituma


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