Thursday, 10 April 2014

PICTURES OF THE FLYING CARS RELEASED.

From dreams to reality
Yet, the TF-X concept is not Terrafugia's first
attempt to take to the skies. Founded in 2006,
the company made headlines in recent years
with Transition, a street legal airplane that can
be flown in and out of general aviation airports.
More like a driveable plane than a flying car, the
two-seat vehicle can fold up its wings -- just like
putting the top down into a convertible car --
and fly with a cruise speed of 100 miles per
hour; it can also be parked inside a single car
garage, driven on the road on a highway speed
and run on automotive gasoline.
Terrafugia has been flying prototypes of
Transition since 2009 and is now very close to
getting it to the market. "We have over 100
orders for Transition," says Dietrich, adding that
Transition costs $279,000. "We are expecting to
ship the first products to customers in the
second quarter of 2016."
We have to make it easier, we have to make
it safer, we have to make it faster than
driving your car.
Carl Dietrich, Terrafugia CEO
But in order for users to be able to fly the
Transition, they would need to have at least a
sport pilot's license, which requires 20 hours of
flight time -- most sport pilots take 30-35 hours
to get their sport pilot certificates.
With its new prototype, however, Terrafugia
believes that just five hours would be enough
for users to learn how to operate the TF-X
vehicle, appealing to a broader segment of the
population. Dietrich says all operators will need
to know is how to interface with the vehicle,
how to determine if it's to safe to take off and
land and what to do on the event of an
emergency -- in those cases, operators would be
able to pull a handle which would be able to
activate a parachute system for the entire
vehicle by pulling a handle.

BOKO HARAM KILLS PEOPLE WATCHING UCL.

AGAIN!

Gunmen suspected to be Boko Haram
Islamists stormed a packed viewing
centre in Nigeria’s restive northeast and
shot dead two people watching
Champions League matches, police said
Thursday.
The centre was showing the two quarter-
final matches between defending
champions Bayern Munich and Manchester
United, and Atletico Madrid-Barcelona, on
Wednesday when it was attacked.
“The gunmen came in a car and opened fire
outside the viewing centre and sped off,”
Yobe State police commissioner Sanusi
Rufa’i told AFP of the incident in Potiskum,
a hotbed of the insurgency.
“One person died on the spot while another
died later at the hospital. Several other
people were injured, some critically,” he
added.
Residents said the centre was full at the
time, with those who could not get a space
inside hanging around the windows to
watch the second-leg games, which saw
Bayern and Atletico reach the last four.
Rufa’i did not directly blame Boko Haram
for the attack but the hardline group has
been known for preaching against football
as part of its agenda to impose strict
Islamic law in northern Nigeria.
In several video clips, Boko Haram leader
Abubakar Shekau has described football
and music as a Western ploy to distract
Muslims from their religion.
In April 2012, gunmen killed two men at a
viewing centre in Potiskum, days after Boko
Haram warned people in leaflets to stay
away from such centres and calling for such
places to be closed.
Football is Nigeria’s national sport and the
country’s national team, the Super Eagles,
are the reigning African champions.
English Premier League football is wildly
popular, with many Nigerians supporting
top clubs such as Arsenal, Chelsea,
Manchester United and Liverpool, whose
matches are shown live on television.

EMINEM AND RIHANNA TO PERFORM IN MTV MOVIE AWARD.

With one of the hottest collaborations released
last year, both Eminem and Rihanna are making
triumphant returns to the Movie Awards’ stage.
Back in 2009, Eminem performed a medley of
“We Made You/ Crack a Bottle” and then created
one of the most talked about moments in Movie
Awards history with Sasha Baron Cohen, while
Rihanna performed one of her signature hits,
“Umbrella” with Jay Z in 2007.
“2014 MTV Movie Awards” rewards movie
greatness in quirky categories such as Best
Comedic Performance, Best Villain, Best Kiss,
Best Musical Moment, Best On-Screen Duo, Best
Fight, Best Shirtless Performance and more.
Voting for Movie of the Year will continue
throughout the live broadcast of the show (see
list of nominees at end of document).
Other blockbuster moments to look out for at
the MTV Movies awards this year include
Additional performances by twenty one pilots,
performing their new single “Car Radio” and Ellie
Goulding & Zedd, performing excerpts from the
“Divergent” soundtrack, the presentation of the
“MTV Generation Award” to Mark Wahlberg by
his fellow “Entourage” cast members Adrian
Grenier, Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara and Kevin
Dillon – the first public reunion for the cast
ahead of their highly anticipated movie release
in June 2015.
This year, the “MTV Movie Awards” has the
distinction of being the only Award show to
nominate cinematic legend Robert De Niro,
Kanye West and Joan Rivers in the same
category (Best Cameo), see Matthew
McConaughey and Jared Leto take on Ice Cube
and Kevin Hart (Best On-Screen Duo), and pit
Jennifer Aniston against some of the hottest men
on the planet (Zac Efron, Chris Hemsworth,
Leonardo DiCaprio and Sam Claflin) for the
coveted Best Shirtless Performance category.

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

ASUP STRIKE MAY NOT END AS SOON.

Striking lecturers in federal polytechnics
yesterday staged a protest rally in Lagos, saying
they would not end their six month-old strike
until the federal government meets their
demands.
The rally which was led by the ASUP chairman
Aromolaran Adeyemi started from the Yaba
College of Technology at about 9:00am after a
heavy rainfall.
Addressing journalists, Adeyemi said the
lecturers had resolved not to resume academic
activities until the government meets all
agreements reached with the body which
includes establishing a commission for
polytechnics as the National Universities
Commission (NUC) in the case of universities.
Adeyemi said it is unfortunate that of all the 13
demands, only two;-the constitution of governing
councils for polytechnics and assessment of
polytechnics’ needs were addressed by
government.
But Supervising Minister for Education Chief
Nyesom Wike said in Bauchi Monday that the
strike would have been over had the lecturers
accepted the federal government’s offer of
payment of N40 billion emolument in two
instalments.
“In 2009, the federal government reached a 13
point agreement with lecturers but government
has failed to meet the demands. And major
among these demands is the need to set up a
commission for the polytechnics because
universities already have a commission, colleges
of education have, nomadic education also has,
so we are demanding the establishment of a
commission for Nigerian polytechnics as well,”
Adeyemi said.
According to him, the federal government must
also ensure that the age-long disparity between
polytechnic and university graduates is removed.
He added that issues relating to the review of
the Polytechnic Act, proper funding of the
polytechnics and payment of CONTISS 15 to
lower cadre officers in polytechnics are also
included.
“It is unfortunate that the president has been
paying lip service to polytechnic education,
forgetting the fact that a good polytechnic
education is the bedrock of the transformation
agenda government is championing. This is the
reason we are shouting to the world that
polytechnic education must be rescued,”
Adeyemi said.... #DAILY TIME NEWSPAPER. 9/4/2014

JABU HAS BEEN ACCREDITED FOR A DEGREE PROGRAMME IN LAW.

THE National Universities Commission, NUC, has
given the first entrepreneurial university in
Nigeria, Joseph Ayo Babalola University, its
approval to run a College of Law.
The NUC team, which visited the institution to
ascertain its level of preparedness for the
commencement of the programmes in Law, gave
its mandate to the University via a mail sent to
the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Professor
Sola Fajana.
Professor Sola Fajana said all hands have being
on deck awaiting the approval of the
programme. He added that concerted efforts
have been made to ensure that the University is
constantly in line with the provisions laid down
by the regulatory body.
The National Universities Commission, NUC, gave
its approval for two programmes in the
University, Law (LLB) and Public Administration
(B.Sc.).
The regulatory body admonished the University
Management to provide adequate human and
material resources for the development and
growth of the approved programmes.

THE MOST EXPENSIVE NIGERIAN MADE FILM PREMIERS IN LONDON.

I still don't feel like calling it a Nollywood thing....
The film” Half of a yellow sun”, an
adaptation of Chimamanda Adichie’s, novel has
been described by movie goers in London as
one of Nigeria’s finest brand.
The film, which depicts the story of the Nigerian
Civil War, love and family, saw a “sold out ticket”
in its premiere on Tuesday night at the Odeon
Cinema in streatham.
Some movie goers at the premiere told the
Europe Correspondent of the News Agency of
Nigeria (NAN) that the film would become one of
the nation’s international acclaimed brands
given its unique story line.
Others said they were satisfied with the superb
performances by `A list’of international and
local cast in the film.
NAN reports that the hall was full to capacity
with people of all races, who wanted to fill in
the gaps on the story of Nigeria’s civil war.
The film, which was directed by Mr Biyi Bandele,
featured stars like the Nigerian-born British
actor Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Hollywood actress
Thandie Newton.
Others are Onyeka Onwenu, Genevieve Nnaji,
John Boyega and Joesph Mawle among others.
In an interview with NAN, Bandele said the film
was quite contemporary in style and had
received positive responses from movie goers.
He expressed the hope that the film will go a
long way in countering the stereotypes about
the nation, adding that “the cast of the film was
a selection of best actors”.
Also speaking Ejiofor, who won the British
Academy Film Awards 2014, for his role in”12
years a slave” said that the film was a “beautiful
story based on the Biafra civil war which
captured the beauty of the Nigerian society”.
Also speaking to NAN the author said she was
delighted that the film was able to capture the
essence of the novel.
She said the book portrayed the message she
tried to pass across about love, relationships
and the civil war.
NAN recalls that the film had its world premiere
at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival in
September.
The film will also be premiered in Nigeria and
the U.S. in April...... waiting!

UNIZIK MEDICAL STUDENT DIES AFTER READIND TDB...

Last week we received a sad news concerning
the death of one of our medical students in
Okofia ,Nnewi campus, the source said.
Name: Chisom Donny Osigwe
According to the information, she died after
observing an all night reading on Thursday 3rd
April 2014 to prepare for her quiz the next day
but to the surprise of everybody she did not
wake up to go for the lecture.
When her friends got tired of waiting for her to
wake, they started to bang on her door to know
whether she will open but she never did.
After several knocking and banging on the door,
they then broke into her room only to find
nothing else but her lifeless darkened and
changed body.
We were told that her complexion was dark
when they saw her in her room lying lifelessly.
What could possibly be the cause of this death?
Some persons interviewed said that she has
other health issues before which could be the
cause of her death.
However, the cause of her death is still a
mystery.

DEATH OF WINDOW XP AND AFRICA,........

Yes, microsoft has officially ended support for the window XP.
How i wish they know that,
over 60% of laptops in africa is still running on XP.
I wonder what they expect us to do with all those systems that can no longer get support from microsoft.
All the cybers are stucked up with window xp desktops.....
I think they should give us an alternative.

JAMB DIRECT ENTRY FOR 2014.

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board
(JAMB) has officially announced the
commencement of 2014 JAMB Direct Entry
Registration .
JAMB Direct Entry is mainly for those that
already possess a diploma certificate and wishes
to go for a degree programme in the university.
Normally, those who gained admission into the
university via direct entry will start from part 2
or 200 level in their university of choice
provided they were offered admission.
JAMB 2014 DE forms are currently on sale,
interested and qualified individuals can now go
ahead to obtain their form. All applicants must
possess either of the diploma certificates listed
below:
Cambridge A Level, B Sc, HND, ICAN, ND,
NCE, OND and IJMB.
All the holders of the diploma certificates listed
above would be admitted provided they pass
the direct entry examination and possesses the
institution requirements.

AIRTEL DATA PLAN FOR ANDROID PHONES AND TABLETS.

For sometime now... android users have been enjoying cheap data bundle from airtel (which seems to be the only thing airtel is good at) but there is a new development in airtel which they have been using to reap people off. When you subscribe for any of the data bundle, your money will be deducted but you can't check your data balance. After browsing for 2 to 3 days, the browsinng will stop. For you to contact the customer representative, you have to be on the phone for over an hour yet you won't get a reasonable reply. It is high time people stop falling victim to this broad day scam.

T-MOBILE LOSES BLACKBERRY LICENCE

According to forbes.....
If you’re one of the last remaining BlackBerry
diehards, you can cross T- Mobile off the list of
retailers selling the struggling smartphone:
following a tiff with T-Mobile over an ad
featuring Apple's AAPL -0.01% iPhone,
BlackBerry has said that it will not renew the
contract that allows T-Mobile to carry BlackBerry
devices in its stores.
BlackBerry announced late Tuesday night that
when its licensing deal with T-Mobile ends on
April 25, it will not renew the contract. The
smartphone maker said that existing BlackBerry
customers on the T-Mobile network should not
see any difference in service or customer
support, and that it is also working with “other
carrier partners” to provide T-Mobile customers
with alternative should they decide to remain
with BlackBerry over the longer term.
“BlackBerry has had a positive relationship with
T-Mobile for many years. Regretfully, at this
time, our strategies are not complementary and
we must act in the best interest of our
BlackBerry customers,” BlackBerry CEO and
executive chairman, John Chen, said in a
statement Tuesday night. “We hope to work with
T-Mobile again in the future when our business
strategies are aligned.”
The rift seems to have originated from an ad T-
Mobile ran last month that targeted BlackBerry
users and tried to get them to switch to Apple’s
iPhone. “Great offer for BlackBerry customers,”
the promotion read , offering the iPhone 5s for
no money down. ”Switch to iPhone 5s and get
powerful communications and productivity apps
with the ease of use that Apple is known for.” In
a blog post responding to the ad, Chen wrote
that BlackBerry was outraged, adding, “What
puzzles me more is that T-Mobile did not speak
with us before or after they launched this clearly
inappropriate and ill-conceived marketing
promotion.”
T-Mobile did not immediately respond to a
Forbes request for comment.
This is just the latest in a series of setbacks for
BlackBerry, which has been struggling to return
to profitability. Last week, it reported a 64%
drop in fourth quarter revenue (as compared to
the prior year), but the stock got a lift thanks to
a smaller-than-expected net loss. Earlier in
March, the company was the subject of rumors
that one of the last remaining high-profile
BlackBerry users — President Obama, of course
— was considering a switch, and that the White
House was testing Samsung and LG phones.
Following news of the killed deal with T-Mobile,
shares of BlackBerry opened 0.12% lower
Wednesday morning. After plummeting 36.5% in
2013 trading, the stock has shown a bit of
resilience in 2014, posting a 5.9% year-to-date
gain. T-Mobile, meanwhile, opened 0.18% lower;
year-to-date the stock is up just 0.33%, a rather
disappointing start to the year after 2013′s 73%
full-year return.

ASUP STRIKE..... ASUP IS THE ONE KERPING STUDENTS AT HOME.....

The Supervising Minister of Education,
Nyesom Wike has lambasted Academic Staff
Union of Polytechnics (ASUP) leadership over the
seven months old strike saying their refusal to
accept payment of their emolument of N40b in
two installment was responsible for the lingering
strike.
The Minister who could not hid his anger said
the Polytechnics students are still at home today
because ASUP rejected vehemently the option to
pay in two installment between March and
October 2015.
Wike stated this Tuesday during the North East
stakeholders town hall meeting on TETFUND
intervention held at 1000 theater hall of
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi .
“We met ASUP leadership in January and they
presented their position that the Federal
Government should pay 40b, to show that
government is committed to their plight, we
agreed to pay N20b in March and the remaining
N20b in October but they later came back and
said they will not accept the installment unless
government pay N40b in full.
So don’t say that government is not doing
nothing , If they have accepted by now we
would have pay the first installment and
October is almost here, that is the stage where
are today and nobody will agree to tell you this
truth, all we here is that Government is not
interested in polytechnic education, which
government is nit interested to see that the
students are back in school?
“Of the five of the six demands that they
presented, the Federal government has
implement almost four or five”.
The Minister explained that the Federal
Government has made huge investment in the
education sector more than any other
administration in the past adding that this
include huge investment in basic education
which is not the responsibility of the federal
Government but that if the state government in
all a bid to promote education development in
the country.
Wike disclosed that not less than N480b has so
far been released to Federal Universities,
Polytechnics and Colleges of Education across
the country by the Tertiary Education Trust Fund
for various forms of interventions including
research, infrastructural development, training
among others calling on the heads of the
various institutions to access the huge funds
lying unused.
Earlier in his welcome address, the Vice
Chancellor of Abubakar Tafawawa Balewa
University, Bauchi, Prof Mohammed Hamisu
Mohammed thanked TETFUND for special
intervention of N3b given to the University
which was expended in the building of Library
complex, school of engineering among others.
The Vice Chancellor also thanked the board of
trustee of TETFUND for the release of N400m
been currently used to build the medical college
of the University.
Also speaking, chairman Board of Trustee of
TETFUND, Dr Musa Babayo said they were
mandated by law to respond to the decay in the
state in infrastructure and declining quality of
education saying that over the years virtually all
the tertiary institution have been revitalized due
to the interventions of TETFUND.

POWER SECTOR OWNERS IN NIGERIA ARE YET TO INVEST FOR A SUSTAINABLE POWER SUPPLY

A former Minister of Power, Barth Nnaji, on
Wednesday called on investors in Nigeria’s
power sector to start investing, to improve
the quality of service and deliver better
power supply to the citizens as that was the
reason the government sold the
infrastructure to them.
According to Mr Nnaji, one of the keynote
speakers at the 7th Lagos Economic Summit
(EHINGBETI 2014) said the new owners
“invested to purchase but they haven’t invested
to improve.” He said this while appearing on
Channels Television’s breakfast programme,
Sunrise Daily.
Mr Nnaji mentioned that rapid investment is one
key issue and the companies that purchased the
distribution and generation companies must
invest quickly because “that’s the whole essence
of the privatization.”
He added that the privatization process would
be meaningless unless those companies actually
deliver on what they signed on to, which is,
“they must invest to improve efficiency of
collection and the network for distribution
companies. Those who purchased generation
companies must invest to lift the generation
figures. ”
The Federal Government had assured Nigerians
that the reforms made in the power sector
would put an end to epileptic power supply
experienced in many parts of the country but
many still complain of poor service.
On this Nnaji said the performance growth in
the sector should have been incremental and
that the investors would need to replace a lot of
dilapidated transformers, lines as well as install
connection systems, prepaid meters to satisfy
the demand for electricity.
He said, the time it would take citizens to feel
the impact of the privatization process would
vary depending on the area, noting that it would
take about a year for those in Lagos to feel the
changes.
He disclosed that there were generating plants
in Lagos which only require gas to deliver power
as quickly as possible. He mentioned that
vandalism was playing a huge role on the
unavailability of gas and that the infrastructure
needs more investment and monitoring systems
to ensure better delivery.
When asked about the possibilities of hydro
power, Nnaji said “Hydro has a limit. After
Mambilla and Zungaru (power plants), there’s
really no other big hydro that we are working on
so we have to understand that as a country.
Nnaji, who said that the success of Nigeria’s
power sector would have to come from gas fired
plants and coal fired plants, noted that there
were large deposits of coal in Enugu, Benue,
Kogi and Gombe States.
He mentioned that the large economies of the
world including America and China were using
coal-fired plants to generate up to 60 percent of
their power despite the negative implications to
the environment.
“So people can’t tell Nigeria, you should be very
clean and be tree-huggers here, while they are
powering their economy with coal. It’s just
unacceptable. I think (in) Nigeria, we have to
willfully go about this and invest in coal-fired
plants.”
He defended his position on Nigeria using coal
despite the implications to environmental
health, stating that the coal quality in Nigeria is
better that in many other countries. The coal
has no sulfur and has high calorific value and so
not “great pollutants” to the environment.    #channels television.

TOYOTA TO TAKE BACK OVER 6 MILLION VEHICLES....

Toyota is recalling 6.4 million vehicles
globally, including 35,124 in the UK, over five
separate issues.
Some 3.5 million vehicles are being recalled to
replace a spiral cable attached to the driver's
side airbag.
It may be damaged when the steering wheel is
turned and result in the airbag not being
deployed in a crash.
Other issues include problems with seat rails,
steering columns, windscreen wipers and a glitch
with the engine starters that poses a fire risk.
Toyota said it was not aware of any vehicle
crashes, injuries or fatalities caused by these
conditions.
However, it said it had received two reports of
fires in connection with the engine starter
problem.
The carmaker said that "due to inefficiencies in
the design of the starter motor relays, metallic
particles might accumulate on the contacts
within the relay".
It said that if the relays continued to be used,
the particles could come off and enter the
relay's circuitry and in the "worst case, this
could lead to the starter relays catching fire".
Approximately 20,000 vehicles involving six
Toyota models and the Subaru Trezia are being
recalled to replace both engine starter relays
and the engine starter motor.

ASUP STRIKE.......the polytechnic students deserve better.


THE POLYTECHNIC STUDENTS DESERVE BETTER

I was shocked when my mum suggested that I should buy JAMB form for the 2014/2015 academic session, does it mean she is not aware that am in my HND1? , I said to myself. Though I managed to give her a fake smile, but I was boiling with anger and decided to take a walk just to clear my head. But come to think of it, saying something is much better than keeping quite in some situations, it means the person cares and decided to give you an idea which is left for you to accept or reject.
Since October last year (2013), the polytechnics in Nigeria under the leadership of ASUP has been on strike, in as much as it is painful, the Federal Government, the media and ASUP have decided to keep quite as regards to this agonizing issue. The Media has done more harm to us than the Federal Government by keeping the members of the public in the dark on issues related to ASUP strike. One may say that there is nothing to write concerning ASUP strike or there is no press release from any of the parties involved, but it is obvious that Nigeria is a country that responds quickly to noise making, chaos and government ridiculous publicities. I want to solicit for the help of the media house which is the mouth piece of the common man to remind the Federal Government that ASUP is still on strike in case they have forgotten. I was anxiously listening to the President’s live chat on Monday 24th February 2013 and to my greatest astonishment, Mr. President never mentioned any academic related issue rather the discussion was centered on the suspension of the Central Bank Governor and other politically related matters that raised a lot of questions in my mind. Does it mean that the justification of his actions towards the Governor of the central bank is more important than the life of millions of polytechnic students at home? Mr. President said he has the power to suspend the Governor of Central Bank, is that all? Because most of us believe that the president also has the power to resolve the face off between the Federal Government and ASUP. The socio-economic relevance of the polytechnic education has been neglected, perhaps, the Nigerian Press and stakeholders needs to say something……..say something no matter what  or how it makes us feel, we need sense of belonging and deserve some atom of respect. Imagine young people at their slippery youthful age staying at home for a very long time when they are supposed to be in school, one semester has already been spent at home, but believe me, that will not stop the academic session from ending on or before November this year. Now the big question is do you know the caliber of leaders Nigeria is going to produce in the next 20 years?
The people that are in charge today will get tired one day and retire just to sit back and watch the products of their ignorance control the polity based on their own level of understanding and learning, I wonder what will be the situation of Nigeria then. A lot of us in the polytechnics have good skills that can make us self reliant after graduation, thereby check mating the problem of unemployment in the society. Technical education has been an economic power house to countries like China, India, Japan and some parts of Europe that understands it’s socio-economic importance, and it’s time we learn from them and make changes. Most Nigerian students has been brainwashed to believe that there is no job for a polytechnic graduate, an they failed to understand that there is no job at all in this country unless we start creating them, but it is very sad that one of the ways of creating massive job opportunity which is through technical education and manpower development has been thrown to the dust. Please let someone help the Nigerian youths by bringing educational columns back to our national dailies instead of the everyday political tussle that is becoming boring. We need the press as much as we need the Federal Government to respond to the plea of ASUP so that we can go back to school. How can we be celebrating the Nigeria’s Centenary in this state of mind? Please the Nigerian Polytechnic students need help; our Technical education system needs attention. Thanks.



NIMASA OVERSEA SCHOLARSHIP SCAM.......

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and
Safety Agency (NIMASA)wishes to draw the
attention of the public to a text message
being circulated from a purported HR
Consultant, requesting applicants to pay a
particular sum of money to process their
respective applications in the on-going
recruitment exercise.
The message reads in part:
"Dear applicant, in order to conclude your
recruitment exercise, you are required to pay a
computer-based smart test fee (CBST) in the
sum of 2,500 (Two Thousand Five Hundred
Naira) to; GRACELAND DYNAMICS SOLUTIONS
ACCOUNT NUMBER 1771251641 SKYE BANK ON
OR BEFORE Friday 18th May 2012. With best
regards, GRACELAND DYNAMICS SOLUTIONS, HR
Consultant".
NIMASA will not request any prospective
applicant to pay any sum of money before their
application will be processed.
NIMASA hereby notifies the public that the
purported HR Consultants is not acting on its
behalf and anybody who succumbs to the antics
of the HR Consultant does so at does so at his/her own risk..... be careful!

DATE FOR THE JAMB COMPUTER BASED TEST 2014 (CBT) RELEASED......

The Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Dibu Ojerinde, said
on Thursday that paper-pencil test (PPT) and
computer-based test (CBT) would hold on April
12 and May 17,2014, respectively across 2,000
centres.
Ojerinde stated this in an interview with the
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Bwari, Federal
Capital Territory (FCT)
According to him, the examination will be
written based on Paper Pencil-based Test (PPT)
as well as Computer-Based Test (CBT) .
“We are ready for the examination even now;
however we will give them time until April 12.
“We are going to do the examination on April 12,
for paper, pencil and dual-based test all over
the country, but the CBT(Computer-Based Test),
will start on May 17, and it will continue for 12
days.
“In any case we are prepared; we have 300
centres for CBT while we have 2000 centres for
PPT(Paper-Pencil Test).
“This is the last time we are going to do PPT; it
will be all CBT next year, we want education to
move forward, one of the ways of moving it
forward is to eradicate examination malpractice.
“That is our ambition and Nigeria will join the
committee of nations in terms of technological
development.”
Ojerinde enjoined candidates to study hard to
be able to pass as it will use the PPT.
He, therefore, expressed the organisation’s
resolve to eliminate examination malpractices.
The registrar explained that the choice of the
CBT was to help to curb examination
malpractices, release results at the same time
and encourage candidates to prepare
adequately.
“Our experience last year showed that the CBT
candidates passed better than the PPT ones;
there was no single examination malpractice,
there was no missing result and answer script,”
he said.
The registrar said further that the reasons for
limiting the choice of candidates to one
university was outcome of the meeting held
sometime at the Nigerian Universities
Commission.
He commended the decision as it would help to
tackle problems about cost and delay
experienced by candidates seeking admission
through post JAMB tests.
He said that candidates were limited to choosing
from four institutions as against six to achieve
target goal.
“We limited them to four institutions; one
University, one College of Education, one
Polytechnic and one I.E.I. that is Institute for
Entrepreneurship, because of the actions of our
institutions.
“They will call both first and second choice
candidates for Post UTME, collect money from
them and when the second choice candidate
even scores higher than the first choice; they
will prefer first choice candidates.
“So, we are saying `take a university, let that
university finish’.
“When it finishes we will send the rest of the
material to the Polytechnic, instead of waiting
for two Universities.
“Let us make it one choice. It also will reduce
cost of candidates going from one institution to
another, doing post UTME.
He cautioned candidate against registering for
both PPT and CBT; saying “it is not possible for
somebody to register for the two, you register
for only one.”
The registrar, however, warned that there would
be cancellation of registration for anyone caught
registering for both exams.
He urged candidates wishing to change their
choices of university, to do so on or before close
of the registration or stand the risk of paying the
sum of N1. 000. as fine.
Ojerinde said that the sale of UTME form would
end on March 14, adding that sites would close
on March 25. (NAN)...... #leadership newspaper

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

FUTO ADMISSION LIST IS OUT!!!!!!!!!! CHECK YOUR NAME BELOW

   



       
  
1st Batch FUTO 2010/2011 Admissions List
   
 
S/No

Name

Sex

Course Name
   
 
1

ODOWUIKE CYNTHIA IHE

F

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
2

NWANNE OBINNA V.

M

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
3

OKOLO OKECHUKWU O.

M

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
4

IGBE STEPHEN U.

M

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
5

JIDEONWO ONYEKA JIDEONWO

M

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
6

EZE CHISOM G.

F

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
7

AZUIKE MUNACHISO NGOZI

F

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
8

OGBU BLESSING AMARACHI

F

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
9

OKORO UKAMAKA E.

F

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
10

OKORONKWO AHAMEFULE .I.

M

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
11

NWAJEI EMMANUEL I.

F

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
12

UBAZUE OLUCHI JANE

F

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
13

CHIEGEIRO SAMUEL N.

M

AGRIC. ECONS
   
 
14

NDUKA PRAISE

M

ANIMAL SC. & TECH.
   
 
15

OMEJE UCHENNA .K.

M

ANIMAL SC. & TECH.
   
 
16

OBIANEFO CHIJIOKE .U.

M

ANIMAL SC. & TECH.
   
 
17

OLAWODE ADEBAYO .J.

M

ANIMAL SC. & TECH.
   
 
18

ANOKA ARINZE .C.

M

ANIMAL SC. & TECH.
   
 
19

UWASOMBA SAMUEL .C.

M

ANIMAL SC. & TECH.
   
 
20

ILODUBA KINGSLEY CHINONSO

M

SOIL SC. & TECH.
   
 
21

OBANNY NGOZIKA .C.

F

SOIL SC. & TECH.
   
 
22

UDUMA CHINEDU NDUKA

M

SOIL SC. & TECH.
   
 
23

OKONKWO OKWUDILI BENJAMIN

M

AGRIC. ENGINEERING
   
 
24

ANOZIE COLLINS UCHENNA

M

AGRIC. ENGINEERING
   
 
25

ASIKA ADINDU OSCAR

M

AGRIC. ENGINEERING
   
 
26

IBEKWE PATRICK CHIMEZIE

M

AGRIC. ENGINEERING
   
 
27

ALOZIE IKECHUKWU

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
28

EZE SLYVESTER CHARLES

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
29

OKORO GODSWILL  OBINNA

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
30

CHUKWU RICHARD EWA

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
31

ANYAELE NNAMDI UDENSI

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
32

EZE EMMANUEL .C.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
33

UGWU SHADRACH .C.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
34

IGBOKO GABRIEL

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
35

OBALIM HILARY .O.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
36

OKOEGWU SAMUEL EGWU

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
37

OFOMA GERTRUDE CHISOM

F

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
38

ONUNEKWU CHIEDOZIE .E.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
39

EGU NNEKA FLORENCE

F

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
40

UGWU EKENE

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
41

NWANZE ABUMCHUKWU .J.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
42

UBAH FRANK I.N.C.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
43

AROWOLO AYODEJI .M.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
44

CHUKWUMERIJE CHIDINMA

F

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
45

OGWO GABRIEL NNAMDI

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
46

OKOROCHA SIXTUS .C.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
47

ONWUZUA MOSES .C.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
48

OKEKE CHUKWUEMEKA .S.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
49

CHIMA DECENCY

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
50

AKUMA CHUKWUDI DAVID

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
51

ISHIWU EKWUCHE E.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
52

DURU INNOCENT .C.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
53

IKOROHA OBIANUJU .M.

F

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
54

CHIWIKE SANDRA NGOZI

F

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
55

ABEL JOHN ORGBU

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
56

DANWACHUKWU OKWUKWE .C.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
57

OKIKE NWABUEZE .R.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
58

NWALI CHUKWUEBUKA .V.

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
59

NWOJIJI BLESSING OGECHI

F

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
60

OSHIBE CHINEME PHILIP

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
61

ONWA FRANKLIN CHUKWUEMEKA

M

CHEMICAL ENG.
   
 
62

ENUWA PAUL UGOCHUKWU

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
63

OSEMEKE ONYEKACHUKWU

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
64

EZEA BONIFACE .C.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
65

AMADI ANTHONY .E.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
66

ELEDOM DECLAN .C.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
67

OHAEKELEM IKECHUKWU

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
68

BETRAM DUKE .I.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
69

NWADIBEI AUGUSTINE

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
70

ANYANWU CHIBUEZE .N.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
71

NDUBUISI EGWU EWA

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
72

AKASIKE PAULINUS .E.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
73

NWOKEARU EZEIGBO .C.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
74

AJUZIE CHIJINDU .I.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
75

ESIONE SAMUEL .N.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
76

IWUOHA AMOBI .A.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
77

ORIAKU JOEL .C.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
78

KALU IFEANYI .U.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
79

AGBAJEREONYE U.U.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
80

OFFICHA JOHNBOSCO .C.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
81

OKPALA .A. .K.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
82

EZEGBUGHA C.M.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
83

OGUIMO GENEVIVE .U.

F

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
84

OKOMA CHARLES .U.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
85

EBINYASI U.C.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
86

ALEKE HENRY .O.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
87

EGWU SIMEON .I.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
88

OKAFOR SUNDAY

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
89

RUEBEN OGONNA .O.

M

CIVIL ENGINEERING
   
 
90

ANYANWU DAVID O.M.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
91

AMOBI EBUKA LOUIS

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
92

ADIOLE ONYEDIKACHI

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
93

ANIGBOGU WINNER CHUKWUZUMA

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
94

ECHEFU UGOCHI .A.

F

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
95

EZIOKWU TOCHUKWU .N.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
96

UGWUEGBULAM KINDNESS

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
97

ESSIET NSEGHE AKANIMO

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
98

OFFOR IFEANYI CHARLES

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
99

ONUEGBU TOBECHUKWU .C.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
100

ONYENEKE STEVE CHIMA

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
101

UCHEKA CHIKE

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
102

NNORUKA KENNETH KENE

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
103

OKO SAMUEL IROHA

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
104

MADUBUBA CHIDI .F.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
105

UNEGBUNSO NNAMDI M.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
106

MUSA JONES

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
107

EZEANYIM C.S.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
108

EZENWOBI J. N.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
109

NSOFFOR ANEZE E.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
110

OKECHUKWU I.I.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
111

OBIA O.M.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
112

ANOTAENWERE E.C.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
113

ANYANELE OBIEFUNA G.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
114

EDOM F.C.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
115

MADUKA ONYEMAUCHE P.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
116

OZOEMENA U. DESMOND

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
117

ALIMBA C. JOHN

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
118

EZE ERIC C.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
119

NWEZE I.G.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
120

OKAFOR VICTOR U.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
121

UBAH M.C.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
122

UDENKA O. PAUL

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
123

OSUH CHINEDU

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
124

UROM ANDREW ISU

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
125

OWEL JOHNSON O.

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
126

GYANG PAUL PAM

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
127

BELLO JOY BUBELE

F

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
128

OFUKA HOPE AGBOR

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
129

AKPAGU OBI ANN

F

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
130

NWANKWO T. PROSPER

M

ELECT & ELECT ENG.
   
 
131

UGWULA SOPURU EZE

M

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
132

NWAOKORO TOCHUKWU B.

M

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
133

ATUWA CHINEDU .P.

M

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
134

EZENWOKE GODSWILL .U.

M

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
135

OKOH JAMES IKECHI

M

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
136

OKONKWO CHRISTIAN .O.

M

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
137

MATTHIAS .J. CHINENYE

M

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
138

AKANNE RALUCHI NWADIUTO

F

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
139

IWUANYANWU CHRISTOGONUS T.

M

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
140

AKALAWU ANTHONIA O.

F

ENVIRONMENTAL TECH.
   
 
141

OKOLI SYLVIA CHIDIOGO

F

FOOD SCIENCE & TECH
   
 
142

EBUKA NWAKIGWE DARLINGTON

M

FOOD SCIENCE & TECH
   
 
143

DIKE EMMANUEL IFEANYI

M

FOOD SCIENCE & TECH
   
 
144

IJEHOR CHIDINMA LINDA

F

FOOD SCIENCE & TECH
   
 
145

NWOGU AMARACHI STELLA

F

FOOD SCIENCE & TECH
   
 
146

IBEAWUCHI OBINNA .C.

M

MATS. & MET. ENG.
   
 
147

ANABIRI PATRICK

M

MATS. & MET. ENG.
   
 
148

NWAONU CHIDIEBERE

M

MATS. & MET. ENG.
   
 
149

AKOM FRANK .I.

M

MATS. & MET. ENG.
   
 
150

APPOLOS CHEINEMEREM

M

MATS. & MET. ENG.
   
 
151

NWAFOR IFEANYI

M

MATS. & MET. ENG.
   
 
152

OKOYE NONSO WILLIAMS

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
153

IZIMA WISDOM CHISOM

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
154

OJOBOR JOHNMARTINS

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
155

UGWU BRENDAN UCHENNA

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
156

IHEJIRIKA UCHENNA PAUL

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
157

UZOMA INNOCENT OGECHI

F

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
158

NWOKEUKWU UCHE MONDAY

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
159

ONYENEKE VITALIS IFEANYI

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
160

SIYAN BOLA OLUWAFEMI BOLA

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
161

OMOROJOR OMOHOWHO MORIAH

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
162

IKECHI BRIGHT OBINNA

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
163

OBI KINGSLEY ONYEKA

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
164

ISINEKE IGNATIUS EKE

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
165

NWAOKONKWO KENNETH .A.

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
166

OKENWA MONDAY

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
167

DIDIGWU CHINEDU GERALD

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
168

AZUENI ALOHA AZU

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
169

UGOLO UGOCHUKWU .C.

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
170

EZEOKO CHUKWUNONSO

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
171

CHINWEUBA CHUKWUKA .C.

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
172

EBULUE CLETUS IHEANACHO

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
173

UGWUOKE CORNELIUS UCHENNA

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
174

KALU MATTHEW AKWU

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
175

ENYOGHASI CHRISTIAN CHINENYE

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
176

ACHILONU CHIBUIKE VENATIUS

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
177

EMENODI CHIMEZIE BRIGHT

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
178

UBANI UZOCHUKWU MCKENZE

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
179

NWOSU CHISOM MARYANN

F

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
180

EUDEH TOCHUKWU BENEDICT

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
181

ENYI PETER CHIKWADO

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
182

UBADINANWA CHIDERA GEORGE

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
183

OBI INNOCENT UCHECHUKWU

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
184

IHEKOGWO ONYEKACHI FELIX

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
185

AMUTA CHIJIKE STANLEY

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
186

ITA DANIEL EKPE

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
187

OKORO IKENNA KENNETH

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
188

JONAH GIFT BASENE

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
189

SULE EWIS ALIU

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
190

IHE CHIDIEBERE GODSWILL

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
191

NJOKU EMMANUEL CHIBUEZE

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
192

AMADI CHAMBERLAIN

M

MECHANICAL ENG.
   
 
193

OBINWUGO CHARLES .C.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
194

UDOSEN ITORO DAVID

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
195

ONUAKU LAWRENCE .C.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
196

OKORIE MARY NWANYIOCHA

F

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
197

ARALU ONYEKACHUKWU

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
198

UBA CHRISTIANA .A.

F

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
199

OBASI EMEKA F.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
200

NWADIKE DAVID OBIOMA

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
201

MADUKA HENRY UCHENNA

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
202

NWOKEJI MARCELLANEUS C.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
203

ADIBE DECLAN C.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
204

NWOKOCHA POWELL C.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
205

OSUAGWU ESTHER I.

F

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
206

IKEZEORA CHIAMAKA D.

F

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
207

OKAFOR CONFIDENCE A.

F

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
208

AHAM VICTOR .R.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
209

UHUEGBU CHIJIOKE .R.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
210

OKAFORB CHUKWUDE .E.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
211

ONAH EMMANUEL .N.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
212

IHEKE EKE STEPHEN

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
213

IGBO GRACE MICHAEL

F

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
214

IHEME CHISOM PPROGRESS

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
215

BALOGUN LUKMAN

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
216

CHIMEZIE ONYEKACHI

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
217

NJOKU CHIEZUWO .A.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
218

EJIOFOBIRI CHIDINMA

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
219

EZENACHUKWU I.M.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
220

OKEKE IJEOMA I.

F

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
221

MGBO MONDAY OGA

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
222

NWEKE EPHRAIM .C.

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
223

NNAJIOFOR CLAUDIO

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
224

ODO ERIC SUNDAY

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
225

UMEOKE UGOCHUKWU

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
226

UGWULA NDUKWE EZE

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
227

OTA FAITHFUL IKENNA

M

PETROLEUM ENG.
   
 
228

CHUKWU GEOFREY .S.

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
229

NMERENGWA CHUKWUEMEKA V.

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
230

EKWUEME KENNETH E.

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
231

EBERECHUKWU NNAEMEKA P.

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
232

CHUKWUMA FRANCIS .C.

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
233

MADUBUEZE CHIKAODI

F

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
234

OGBONNAYA CHINEDU

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
235

AGU UCHECHUKWU

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
236

NGELE BANABAS EZIAKU

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
237

OTIEKWE HENRY C.

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
238

OKECHUKWU ARTHUR EZE

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
239

IBEZIM UDODIRIM

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
240

EGWUATU JOSEPH D.

M

POLYMER & TEXT. ENG
   
 
241

AGBUGBA CHUKWUEMEKA .G.

M

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
242

NNADI CHINONYE VIVIAN

F

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
243

DIKE CHIJIOKE .H.

M

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
244

OBIUKWU CHIDUBEM  .D.

M

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
245

UGWUMBA OGECHI .C.

F

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
246

EMEHARA CHINANUEKPERE .C.

F

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
247

UBA PEACE CHINONSO

F

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
248

OHAERI LILIAN .C.

F

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
249

UDUNZE HENRY .C.

M

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
250

MOGEKWU, CHIFUMNANYA .L.

F

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
251

AMADI, ERIC .S.

M

FINANCIAL MGT. TECH.
   
 
252

ONWUKWE OSOROCHI .G.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
253

OKOLI CHINENYE .I.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
254

AKAEZE UJU LINDA

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
255

EZE CHIBUEZE EDWIN

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
256

EZONUGWU CHINWENDU .G.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
257

EDEH CYPRAIN EBUKA

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
258

IHENETU CHARLES .I.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
259

TOMMY OFONIME .E.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
260

EDEH CHIZOBA EMMA

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
261

EZENAGU ASSUMPTA .C.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
262

OBIOHA OBIANUJU .B.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
263

IHEKEREM SAMPSON .E.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
264

IHEKWEME ALBERT .I.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
265

OKUWA JOHN SAMUEL

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
266

MADUEKE CALEB .D.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
267

KALU AKUJOBI PHILIP

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
268

MADU KENECHUKWU .A.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
269

UKOMADU VICTOR KAINE

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
270

UGORJI PROMISE .O.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
271

OGOKE STEPHEN .C.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
272

NZEREM AMARA .C.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
273

OKAFOR EKPERE

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
274

ANANABA UCHECHI

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
275

CHIDIADI ROYAL .C.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
276

UGWU JENNIFER .C.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
277

EZUGWU CHIOMA .A.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
278

OKORIE IZUCHUKWU G.

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
279

OKIKE VIVIAN .C.

F

PROJECT MGT
   
 
280

FRANCIS SAMPSON

M

PROJECT MGT
   
 
281

OBASI T. CHINEDU

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
282

MADUEKE A. CHIMEZIE

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
283

EKENTA K. UGOCHUKWU

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
284

ITULUA N. ISIBHAKONE

F

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
285

ALOBU EJIKE KINGSLEY

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
286

MBIELU E. CHRISTIAN

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
287

ANYANWU B. NJOKU

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
288

IGBOKWE KENNETH O.

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
289

ONWUEGBUCHUULAM P.O.

F

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
290

CHIDOBELU I. HENRY

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
291

OLUCHUKWU C. BENETH

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
292

UBAWUIKE U. JERRY

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
293

UMEH EBUKA C.

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
294

AFAMEFUNA O. MIRABEL

F

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
295

CHUKWU J. MADUABUCHI

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
296

ADELEYE T. RICHARD

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
297

OGBONNA EKEM P.

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
298

NWANDU ALEXAND J.

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
299

DIKE C. ANTHONY

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
300

ONYEKWELU U.J.

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
301

EMMANUEL A.A.

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
302

ONUEGBU E.D

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
303

NWANYA A. EBERE

F

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
304

ARUM D. CHIDIEBERE

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
305

AKANAGA E. KINGSLEY

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
306

IROLE E. CHUKWUDI

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
307

OCHULOR N. VITUS

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
308

ONWUKA ORJI

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
309

EGBUKWEM S. OGADINMA

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
310

UBADINMA UGOCHI

F

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
311

EGBUTA D. IKECHUKWU

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
312

OKOYE ANITA C.

F

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
313

ONYEJEGBE E. JOHN

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
314

OPARA K. TOCHI

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
315

MADUKA O. IMMACULATE

F

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
316

BECHEM C. TABE

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
317

AGWU CHIOMA P.

F

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
318

GODSWILL J. AGWU

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
319

CLEVER T. GOGO

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
320

NKWUDA OLUNNA

M

INFO. MGT. TECH.
   
 
321

NNANERI OBINNA D.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
322

NJOKU CHINEGBO .C.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
323

DIKE AUGUSTUS .U.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
324

EKANEM ADIAKANAWAN .O.

F

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
325

AKUKALIA IFEANYI .A.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
326

OKOJI ELEANYA .D.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
327

EBERE ONYEDIKACHI .S.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
328

ARCHIBONG IMOH EFFIONG

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
329

UBOR SAMPSON CHIKANELE

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
330

ACHINIHU OGBONNA .C.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
331

OKORIE JOHN

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
332

OGBONNA JOSEPH .O.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
333

JOHN TEMPLE HIGHPRIEST

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
334

CHIEKE CHIOMA LOIS

F

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
335

OKORO CHARLES .O.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
336

ONUOGU VALENTINE .C.

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
337

IJAFOR SOKARI ENOGHO

M

MARITIME MGT. TECH.
   
 
338

ONYEMAIZU JOY .A.

F

TRANS. MGT. TECH
   
 
339

ESHIET .L.E.

F

TRANS. MGT. TECH
   
 
340

OGBONNA .C. IHEKE

M

TRANS. MGT. TECH
   
 
341

EKEH MARVELLOUS .C.

M

TRANS. MGT. TECH
   
 
342

IGWE OLISAMU .M.

M

TRANS. MGT. TECH
   
 
343

EHIRIM CALLISTUS .C.

M

TRANS. MGT. TECH
   
 
344

IWUCHUKWU NGOZI .V.

F

TRANS. MGT. TECH
   
 
345

MAXWELL KINGSLEY SUNDAY

M

DENTAL TECH.
   
 
346

NNADI EMMANUEL CHUKWU

M

DENTAL TECH.
   
 
347

NDULAKA AKUNNA OLIVE

F

DENTAL TECH.
   
 
348

ATUANYA OPONE UCHE

M

DENTAL TECH.
   
 
349

OSUAGWU LAULINA

F

DENTAL TECH.
   
 
350

OFOEGBU CHUKWUEMEKA

M

DENTAL TECH.
   
 
351

NJOKU ISDORE UCHE

M

DENTAL TECH.
   
 
352

OJUKWU OGECHI INNOCENTIA

F

DENTAL TECH.
   
 
353

EKPEMANDU .G. .U.

M

Prosthesis & Orthopeadic Tech.
   
 
354

ONUKAOGU .C. .L.

F

Prosthesis & Orthopeadic Tech.
   
 
355

OLADEJO .A. .S.

M

Prosthesis & Orthopeadic Tech.
   
 
356

EZE NNAEMEKA .C.

M

Prosthesis & Orthopeadic Tech.
   
 
357

ODOH SAMUEL .C.

M

Prosthesis & Orthopeadic Tech.
   
 
358

ORJI GOODNESS .A.

M

Prosthesis & Orthopeadic Tech.
   
 
359

NICHOLAS JOSHUA .C.

M

Prosthesis & Orthopeadic Tech.
   
 
360

NNADI CHIKODI L.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
361

AZUBUOGU B.C.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
362

OYAGHA MARY O.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
363

EZIECHI NKECHI M.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
364

FELIX VICTOR C.

M

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
365

UGWU NANCY O.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
366

CHIZOTA JACINTA I.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
367

ASIKA OBIORA E.

M

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
368

ONUOHA CHINONSO J,

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
369

EKEOCHA MIRIAN

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
370

UKAEGBU P.U.

M

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
371

IKECHI TOCHI

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
372

IHECHI M.C.

M

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
373

UBA CHUKWUMA F.

M

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
374

OBANI SOPHIA

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
375

ANYIAM CHIAMAKA J.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
376

OKEREKE OLUOMACHI N.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
377

NKARU ADAEZE G.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
378

EHIRIM NGOZI P.

M

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
379

OJI NNENNA A.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
380

AKUNNA ONYINYE H.

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
381

EKUNDAYO ABIODUN A.

M

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
382

BANIGO SODIENYE

F

PUB. HEALTH TECH.
   
 
383

OKOROMA JULIET NGOZI

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
384

EKE PATIENCE KASARACHI

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
385

ANYAOGU ARMSTRONG U.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
386

IHUOMA KASARACHI J.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
387

APEH CELESTINE C.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
388

UKAEGBU KOSISOCHUKWU A.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
389

OGBOH EMEKA PETER

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
390

NWADIKE CHIJIOKE M.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
391

EMENIKE LOVELINE O.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
392

AZUBUOGU GOODNESS O.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
393

AMAEFUNA CHIAMAKA J.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
394

NWAKWUDO EUCHARIA N.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
395

DURU PRINCEWILL C.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
396

IKEH CHISOM CHRISTOPHER

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
397

NNOROM MALACHY N.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
398

ENYINNAYA UCHECHI E.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
399

OKIKE AMARACHI

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
400

IKPEAKU PETER C.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
401

KORIE CHUKWUMA H.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
402

CHUKWUDIEBERE I. K.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
403

ONWUKA ZANDRA C.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
404

IHEYI CHINWENDU A.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
405

JAMES LINDA NKEIRU

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
406

MATTHEW CHINEDU L.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
407

EMENIKE CELESTINA

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
408

UGWUOKE DANIEL AMOBI

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
409

UGWU GLORIA U.

F

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
410

EDEH IKENNA E.

M

BIOCHEMISTRY
   
 
411

WEJE CHRISTIAN NNENEDA

M

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
412

ECHENDU DANIEL JEROME

M

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
413

AKPEME ABIGAIL

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
414

NWOGU CHUKWUEMEKA .B.

M

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
415

UGOCHUKWU CHIMEZIE .V.

M

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
416

OKOLI UKAMAKA FAVOUR

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
417

UCHEGBU RITA CHIDINMA

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
418

NJOKU IFEANYICHUKWU

M

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
419

IWUH GLORIA CHINEDU

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
420

JACKSON IDONGESIT .B.

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
421

ANYANWU JULIET .C.

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
422

IBE CHRISTOPHER .A.

M

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
423

OPARA JULIET O.

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
424

IHEME CHIAMAKA LOIS

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
425

NWADIALOR CHIJIOKE .E.

M

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
426

ONWUKA MICHAEL CHISOM

M

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
427

OHIA FLORENCE NNEAMAKA

F

BIOTECHNOLOGY
   
 
428

EZUGWU CHUKWUEBU

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
429

ONWUDINJO EBUKA

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
430

MBAKA CHIOMA .A.

F

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
431

ANYASIE CHINENYE A,

F

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
432

OPARA IKENNA FRANCIS

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
433

IBE OSITADINMA LEWIS

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
434

AGWU MADUABUCHI KALU

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
435

OJUKWU EBUKA HENRY

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
436

ANYANWU VALENTINE U.

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
437

NWOSU CHIBUZOR M.

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
438

IWUABA UCHECHUKWU D.

M

 CHEMISTRY
   
 
439

ARIBEANA CHIZOMA AKUDO

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
440

EMEJULU PAUL NZUBE

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
441

OKOYE CALLISTUS CHINEDU

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
442

NWOGWOR HENRY OBIANKE

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
443

ONYEMA CHIKA IMMACULETA

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
444

UCHE OKORONKWO GODWIN

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
445

OKOLI CHINWENDU JOY

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
446

EJIOGU BRUNO OGONNA

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
447

OJIAKUI WILLIAM TOCHUKWU

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
448

MUNONYE ONYEDIKACHI SAMUEL

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
449

UDAH CLARA CHINENYE

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
450

ESOTU CHIMAOGE LYNDA

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
451

CHUKWU NNAEMEKA C.

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
452

UCHE UDOCHUKWU FAVOUR

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
453

IBEH THEDTIMUS ANAYO

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
454

MBONU BASIL CHUKWUDI

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
455

ADIGHIOGU ANTHONY CHINEMEREM

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
456

OKOYE PRECIOUS IFEOMA

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
457

OZOTA IFEOMA C. C.

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
458

EZE STANLEY TOBECHUKWU

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
459

NNODIM SUNDAY IKECHUKWU

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
460

EZENWANNE EBUKA CHARLES

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
461

CHINEME ONYINYE JOY

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
462

NNUBIA TOCHUKWU JOHN

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
463

UKEM PATRICK IKECHUKWU

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
464

EJIMU UGOCHUKWU GEORGE

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
465

OGBONNA ADAKU

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
466

IFENDU KALU IGWE

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
467

EKUMA GODWIN OKE

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
468

MADU MODESTUS UZOCHUKWU

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
469

NWALI CHIDINMA GLORIA

F

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
470

IYALA OTONYE

M

COMPUTER SCIENCE
   
 
471

OTUONYE GOSPEL C.

M

GEOLOGY
   
 
472

OBIEGBU IKENNA .C.

M

GEOLOGY
   
 
473

JIETO UZOCHUKWU P.

M

GEOLOGY
   
 
474

OMUNWA AMARACHI .V.

F

GEOLOGY
   
 
475

OBICHETA CHINAENYE O.

F

GEOLOGY
   
 
476

OKEKE OLUCHUKWU J.

F

GEOLOGY
   
 
477

OKWOSHA CHRISTIAN C.

M

GEOLOGY
   
 
478

OWULEZI GLORIA N.

F

GEOLOGY
   
 
479

ANYANWU CHIEMIKA C.

M

GEOLOGY
   
 
480

IWU MAYOR CHIBUISI

M

GEOLOGY
   
 
481

MBACHU CHIOMA .A.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
482

OPARA MAXWELL MARK

M

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
483

BEREONWU VALENTINA .C.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
484

UDEZE KELECHI .P.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
485

AMAKWE KELECHI

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
486

EGBUCHULEM PRECIOUS O.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
487

DIALA CHISOM ESTHER

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
488

MUOMA IFEYINWA UCHENNA

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
489

ASOMUGHA BELOVED .S.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
490

NWAHIRI JANE CHIMDIA

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
491

CHIMEZIE IHUNANYA .M.

M

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
492

ONYEKWERE PEACE .K.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
493

EZEJI LINDA IHUOMA

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
494

EZEMBA VIVIAN .C.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
495

IKWUMEZIE KENNETH .I.

M

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
496

OKONKWO UDOKANMA .E.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
497

ONUGBOLU CHIDINMA .S.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
498

OKONKWO E. ERNESTINA

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
499

ANINJOKU EBERE ANN

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
500

EZEOHA U. CHRISTOPHER

M

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
501

EKEH TOCHUKWU

M

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
502

CHIKWEM NKECHI

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
503

NWOGU GRACE UCHECHI

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
504

OKORIE CHIDINMA .C.

F

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
505

ISIGUZO CHIEMELA ALEX

M

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
506

BONIFACE INICHIBIA

M

INDUSTRIAL MIC.
   
 
507

UKASOANYA EMEKA

M

MATHEMATICS
   
 
508

ONWUATUDO OBINNA

M

MATHEMATICS
   
 
509

INYANG MPON .U.

M

MATHEMATICS
   
 
510

ONWUESIAMA .D.

M

MATHEMATICS
   
 
511

UNORJI HANNAH .C.

M

MATHEMATICS
   
 
512

UZOWURU EBERE

F

MATHEMATICS
   
 
513

CHUKWUKERE IBB

M

MATHEMATICS
   
 
514

UZOMA NNAEMEKA U.
 
M

MATHEMATICS
   
  
515
 
EBENEZAR C.W.
 
M
 
PHYSICS
   
  
516
 
EZE C.I.
 
M

PHYSICS
   
 
517

AKUJOR C.L.

M

PHYSICS
   
 
518

NWANGBOROGWU M.

M

PHYSICS
   
  
519
 
NJOKU I.J.
 
M
 
PHYSICS
   
  
520
 
EZEKWESILI S.O.
 
M
 
PHYSICS
   
  
521

OKEKE O.F.

M
 
PHYSICS
   
  
522
 
OGUGUA N.N.
 
F

PHYSICS
   
  
523
 
ONYEBO S.C.

M

PHYSICS
   
  
524
 
EZE O.J.

M

PHYSICS
   
 
525

OSUJI C.C.
 
M
 
PHYSICS
   
  
526
 
LINUS U.M.
 
M
 
PHYSICS
   
  
527

UGWU C.M.

M
 
PHYSICS
   
 
528

ANYANWU M.C.
 
M
 
PHYSICS
   
  
529
 
UKAHA C.E.

M

PHYSICS
   
 
530

IBE VICTOR CHIBUZO

M

STATISTICS
   
 
531

EZIHE NNEKA PRISCA

F

STATISTICS