Saturday, June 29, 2019

NYSC Batch B corps members get fresh warning

Brig.-Gen Shuaibu Ibrahim, Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has warned the 2019 Batch `B’ corps members against improper behavior and misconduct.
Ibrahim gave the warning after an inspection of the 2019 Batch ‘B’ NYSC members’ hostel at Okada Grammar School, Okada, Edo on Saturday, NAN reports.
The NYSC boss appealed to corps members to be guided by the NYSC Act and bye-laws which had been given to them to avoid running into problems during the service year.
He drew the attention of female corps members to the need to uphold the dignity of their womanhood by not indulging in shameful behaviour.
“Please don’t embark on unauthorised journey. Be focused, disciplined and do not make yourself readily available to kidnappers.
“Be disciplined in the discharge of your duties and uphold loyalty to the NYSC scheme.
“Always inform your friends of your whereabout and be security-conscious. Wherever you are posted, ensure you locate the nearest police station or army barracks and interact with them,’’ Ibrahim said.
The director-general encouraged corps members to embrace the Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development Programme which had been put in place to make them employers of labour and wealth creators.
He warned against unauthorised journeys, which he said was the cause of many accidents during the service year.

JAMB unveils new method of registration

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) says starting from 2020, candidates will register for its examinations with their National Identity Management Number (NIM) to solve the challenges of multiple registration.
Dr. Fabian Benjamin, Head of Media of the board made this known at a one-day capacity building workshop organised by the National Examination Council (NECO) for education correspondents in Keffi, Nasarawa on Friday.
Benjamin, who spoke on the topic: “Understanding Reporting in the 21st Century”, said the development would be facilitated through partnership with the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC).
According to him, experience has shown that malpractice in the conduct of public examination, especially the UTME, actually begins with the registration exercise.
“Four days ago, we cancelled results of four candidates because of examination malpractices we discovered after the examination.
“The board is on top of the situation as it has the determination and technology in place to forestall attempts at compromising the registration process.
“An intrinsic part of the strategies adopted by the board is ensuring that its registration period is kept very short.”
He said that the registration of candidates would now take 30 days instead of a longer period to contain the chances of fraudsters’ strategies to circumvent the process.
Benjamin also appealed to parents to desist from encouraging their children to commit examination malpractices.
On biometric challenges, he said the board had planned to ensure that by 2020 the issues of biometric problems in the course of registration would be over.
“In 2018, we have about 24,490 biometric challenges but we have been able to bring this down to 22 in 2019; but if we are able to stand on our ground by 2020, we will not have any biometric challenges,” he said.
He added that no Computer Based Test (CBT) centre would be used for the conduct of its examinations except those centre whose administrators were the owners of the CBT centres.
Speaking on the challenges of impersonations in examination, Benjamin said multiple registrations, if not checked, was an easy way to impersonate a candidate.
He noted that the board, in conforming to international best practices, would take care of people with special needs through the ICT capacity building and empowerment programme

COZA: Veteran actress, Stella Damascus slams Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo with another rape allegation

Veteran Nollywood actress, Stella Damascus, has made a fresh revelation about Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo, the founder and General Overseer of COZA.
Busola Dakolo, wife of music star, Timi Dakolo, had yesterday alleged that she was raped by the pastor.However, the Pastor later denied having raped any in his lifetime.
But the veteran script interpreter narrated how a lady she has known for 15 years confessed to her that Pastor Fatoyinbo also raped her.
The actress wondered why people could be doubting Busola’s story.
“I am in tears right now. Just got off the phone with someone I have known for 15 years. She had the same experience with this same pastor,” she tweeted.
“The details of her experience were so shocking. She told ppl around him, but they all suppressed it. Are ppl still doubting this incident?”

Suicide: UNIBEN final-year student rushed to hospital after taking sniper

The University of Benin, Ugbowo campus was on Saturday thrown into chaos as news filtered in of a young lady (names withheld) said to have attempted suicide.
Sources said the girl, said is a final year student of the department of accountancy and an inhabitant of hall-one hostel, took the deadly sniper but was immediately rushed to the hospital when her action was discovered.
It is unclear whether her suicide attempt is as a result of heart break.
“the girl took sniper but she was very lucky that people took notice very early and she has been rushed to the University of Benin teaching hospital, UBTH, where she has been placed on oxygen for treatment. But we really do not know what the result will be. ‘Na sniper dey reign na o’,” the source said.
Sources further said a student, who was crossing the road from the opposite, was involved in an accident while one other student ran mad during the night reading class in preparation for the forthcoming exam.
Reacting to the report, the University’s spokesperson, Mr Michael Osasuyi said he received a report concerning the incident concerning an attempted suicide which he also confirmed that the person is receiving treatment in UBTH and the parent are currently with the patient.
He however denied the other ones concerning a student being involved in an accident and the other one that ran mad.
“First, I want to tell you that from our record, there is no incident like accident and that of the student running mad but for the one involving the attempted suicide, we are aware. The person is at the University hospital and the parents are there looking after her,” Osasuyi added.

COZA: Ben Bruce reacts to rape allegation against Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo

Former lawmaker representing Bayelsa East in the upper legislative chamber, Senator Murray Ben-Bruce, has reacted to the rape allegations involving the founder and general overseer of COZA, Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo.
DAILY POST reported yesterday that Busola, wife of music star, Timi Dakolo, revealed how she was allegedly raped by the cleric.
The Pastor has since denied the rape allegation, saying that he had never in his life raped anyone, not even as an unbeliever.
However, in a series of tweets on Saturday, Ben Bruce said, “I am deeply saddened and I stand in solidarity with Busola Dakolo. To put in perspective the enormity of rape crime in Nigeria, one day I was talking to 6 beauty queens, 5 opened up to me that they were raped as children.
“I am saddened by the revelations of Busola, and I am calling for a full-fledged investigation and the accused if found guilty must face the full and maximum wrath of the law.
“I further call on the Government to show more support for rape victims. We currently do not do enough to support rape victims

Naira Marley makes Nollywood debut

Naira Marley is set to make his Nollywood debut in an upcoming movie titled; ‘The Enemy I know’. The news of his debut was published on Premium Times, pronouncing the popular actress, who recently got married; Regina Daniels as the Producer. It was also speculated that her husband; Ned Nwoko might be the Executive producer.
The movie is said to feature other popular actors and actresses in Nollywood. The cast and crew members have been spotted in several locations in Abuja.

Friday, June 28, 2019

Nollywood actor recounts how two ladies raped him

Controversial Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu, has revealed how two women raped him at a party.
Maduagwu took to his Instagram page to reveal a secret about himself on Wednesday, saying he was raped by two women at a party because he looked like an usher.
He explained that because of that rape, he developed phobia for night parties.
Maduagwu wrote: “I have a phobia for night party, I was raped at a party because I looked like an usher.
“This happened 5 years ago in Lekki, I have never shared this trauma-filled story with anyone before, and the only reason I am even talking about it now is because a lot of friends are always asking why I am so selective when invited to parties in Nigeria like other celebrities.
“Firstly, I get paid to party in Lagos, Abuja or any where in Nigeria; secondly, I don’t just accept “appearance fee ” to attend any party, I need to be sure of my safety, because what happened to me at a party in Lekki 5 years ago is still traumatic to say the least.
“My manager contacted me about a party, ok, I said he should negotiate the “appearance fee” which he did, but on that very night, while partying and I think I had too much drink that night, so I tried going to the toilet, I never knew two ladies were following me, I was tipsy, the next thing I heard, one of the girls, who said she was based in Canada or UK, was telling me I looked so much like an usher, that she needs to taste me.
“Before I know what was happening, these two ladies raped me illegally without showing mercy

How COZA Pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo raped me – Timi Dakolo’s wife alleges [VIDEO]

Busola, wife of music star, Timi Dakolo, has made some explosive disclosure about COZA Pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo.
She accused the cleric of raping her when she was still very young.
Busola, a mother of 3, in an interview with Y-TV, narrated how Pastor Biodun allegedly raped in the morning hours in her home and afterwards made her take in a soft drink.
Timi Dakolo had accused Fatoyinbo of taking advantage of women in COZA, and leaving them emotionally broken afterwards.
Excerpts of the interview are as below:
Busola Dakolo was born and lived most of her early life in Ilorin. The first time she left Ilorin was for secondary school at Suleja and that time away allowed her really find her Christianity. She joined and rose to become the vice-president of the Gifted School Academy Suleja’s fellowship and embraced a conservative approach to Christianity, growing to become distrustful of churches and fellowships that tried to copy worldly trends as a way to reach people outside the church.
She returned home for the holidays to find that her sisters had started attending a non-denominational ‘youth club’ that embraced all kinds of people and focused on worship and fellowship over doctrine and legalism. It took a while but her sisters convinced her to go by telling her she needed to meet different kinds of people, especially former prostitutes and cultists that have given their lives to Christ.
Busola reluctantly joined her sisters for the youth club, but she wasn’t comfortable there, partly because of the way they worshipped and because I was the youngest person there. After the service, there was a first timers call, and Busola stood up and introduced herself, explaining her initial skepticism and how their worship had changed her mind. After the service, the pastor of the club, a much younger Biodun Fatoyinbo came looking for her after the service.
Pastor Biodun wasn’t yet married ( though he was engaged to his current wife) and the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) wasn’t yet a church, it was called Divine Delight Club.
He expressed his surprise at how bold she was for someone so young and encouraged her to keep speaking up for herself. He also managed to convince her to sing at their next meeting before she left back for school. To sell this idea, he offered to personally rehearse with her, mentioning that he played the keyboard. This was before mobile phones and internet, so Busola’s sister had to take her to Fatoyinbo, who was living with his parents at the time.
Though Busola remembers the song they rehearsed, their rehearsal was uneventful, and at the next meeting she performed, her performance moving enough that a former cultist who was attending the club public renounced his past and embraced Christianity. After, the members of the club affirmed her and Fatoyinbo convinced her through gifts of books and cassette tapes to keep attending their club when she was back home from school.
Returning to school and the more conservative worship environment she was used to was harder than she had anticipated. For the rest of her secondary school year, she struggled with guilt, shuffling between her role in the conservative Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS) and the more liberal world of Fatoyinbo’s COZA. She felt she was living a dual life. Eventually she graduated and returned home to find that Divine Delight Club had grown into a church headed by Fatoyinbo, and her sisters had convinced her family to join the church. It felt like the only option she had to join as well.
Busola had embraced conservatism because she’d grown up in a polygamous family and she wanted some control over her own life in service of something bigger than herself. Her father was largely absent in her life and her mother had tried to shield them from the financial difficulty that came with parenting her and her sisters alone but she saw and it affected her deeply.
Conservative Christianity gave her purpose and the structure she desperately craved. She joined the choir at COZA as a way to integrate into the church and rid herself of the discomfort she felt towards the church. Being in the choir made her visible and eventually Fatoyinbo would take an interest in her, inviting himself to her home under the guise of getting to know her better.
The first time he visited, he asked if she’d join him on an errand run. Her mother was concerned but didn’t really push when Busola insisted that she wanted to go. They drove in his white Mercedes Benz and finally spoke for the first time. Though she was normally guarded around men, Fatoyinbo was charming, using his knowledge of her family and the absence of her father to gain her trust. Before long, he was visiting the house regularly, engaging her in ways her unavoidably distant sisters weren’t.
Fatoyinbo showed up at her house unannounced. It was a Monday morning early enough that Busola Dakolo was still in her nightgown. Her mother had traveled with her sisters and were absent at service the previous sunday. He didn’t say a word, forcing her onto a chair, speaking only to command her to do as he said. It took Busola a while to come to terms with what was about to happen, and it was why she didn’t struggle or make a fuss when he pulled down her underwear and raped her. She remembers he didn’t say anything after, left to his car, returned with a bottle of Krest and forced her to drink it, probably as some crude contraceptive. She remembers him saying.
“You should be happy that a man of God did this to you.”
At this time, his wife had just given birth to their first child, Oluwashindara.
Busola spoke up because her husband, the singer Timi Dakolo put up a social media post on Instagram accusing Nigerian clergy of condoning rape and sexual assault. People had approached him anonymously about Pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo targeting underage girls for sexual relationships and he felt obligated to publicly speak up on their behalf. His posts had created intense backlash and support and sparked rumours about who the subject of his post was and who the victims were. This wasn’t the first time Timi Dakolo had spoken up about sexual assault and he was aware of what had happened to her from the beginning of their relationship.
What motivated her to speak up about her rape was a social media post from an anonymous account that had insinuated that she had been promiscuous as a teenager and had affairs with pastors when she lived in Ilorin and questioned the paternity of her children.
The reality was, rather than the fabricated promiscuous teenager, Busola Dakolo was an isolated girl, terrified of Fatoyinbo whose salvation story heavily featured his past as a cult member. She was too terrified to tell her sisters or mother about his violence, stewing in silence for a week. Her sisters were active in the church, and to avoid suspicion she followed them to church the next Sunday. She remembers he spoke about grace during the service and after, Modele Fatoyinbo asks that she come to help her with her new baby, something she had never done before. It was normal for church members to come serve at the pastor’s house so her sisters allayed her protests.
Feeling she had no options, she went to her pastor’s house, Fatoyinbo tried to isolate her later that night from his wife and their daughter by insisting she slept in the family’s guest room. She managed to thwart his plans, appealing to the pastor’s wife to let her sleep in their master bedroom.
“No one ignores me.”
He would tell her this the next morning, smacking her butt. It was an ominous enough statement that Busola became apprehensive and tried to leave for her house once it was past twilight. It was the first of many threats she would get from the flamboyant pastor. Fatoyinbo would insist on dropping her off at home, even though she protested several times.
Instead of dropping her off at the junction as he had promised, he detoured, driving her away from safety and towards a secluded spot. He threatened her the entire drive, making proclamations about how he owned her and how he was angry that he had thwarted her the night before. He opened the car, pulled her out of the passenger seat and raped her a second time in the space of a week. First behind the car, then moving her to the bonnet for ease of access.
She didn’t fight, she had lost all her will to. She’d protected her virginity for so long that having it forcefully taken this way broke her. He guided back into the car when he was done, and told her he loved her, speaking of how he’d told his pastors that men of God raped women, that there was nothing special about what he did. He dropped her off outside her home as though everything was normal. She bathed immediately after and didn’t leave her room for three days, but while her siblings were worried about her, no one made any connections between her sudden mood and her married pastor.
Busola’s family was a ‘church family’, a family so involved in church activities that their home was routinely used as a hostel for visiting ministers and guests of the church. Fatoyinbo had exploited that, and did it again when he showed up the next Sunday, to ask why she hadn’t gone to church that Sunday. She was afraid of drawing attention to herself, so she went to church the next Sunday, and kept going, even though she left the choir and began to voice her dissent towards Fatoyinbo.
A dream was the catalyst for Busola opening up for the first time about Fatoyinbo raping her. Her elder sister had relocated to Lagos, and she pleaded to visit, drained from avoiding the pastor. In Lagos, her sister who she believes has the Sight, told her about a dream she had had, where she’d seen Busola crying, blood on a chair and Fatoyinbo smiling. She asked her pointedly, breaking months of silence and starting a flood of admissions about the rape and everything that had happened.
Her sister convinced her to return to Ilorin and together they told her other sisters and her brother, who was studying at the University of Ilorin. Her brother flew into a rage, grabbing a pocket knife and taking her to Fatoyinbo’s house. He was able to intercept them before they reached his house, and together with Wole Soetan, who she suggests is now the pastor of the COZA Portharcourt branch, convince them to return home and that Fatoyinbo would follow.
The pastor and two of his church members would eventually come to pacify her family, blaming the devil and Soetan even promising to leave the church to show how little tolerance he had for promiscuity. After Soetan would confide in Busola that he couldn’t leave the church because he felt Fatoyinbo was ‘weak’ and needed spiritual guidance and support. He convinced her siblings to keep the rape and assault from her mother.
Numb to all emotion, Busola pretended to concede and after two weeks of constant visitation from the pastors and the unspoken implication that Fatoyinbo was an alleged reformed cultist with a lot to lose if news of her rape went public, she returned to the church to protect her family and project normalcy. It was clear to her at this point that she would never feel comfortable within organized religion.
Fatoyinbo continued to target Busola in the intervening months, organizing prayer sessions and specialized deliverance sessions with guest pastors to help ‘repair’ her ‘bondage’ and suggesting to her that the violence he had meted towards her was a problem they both had in common and needed communal deliverance, Busola would find out that Fatoyinbo had been telling church members that she wasn’t ready for a relationship when the pastor’s cousin befriended her. Their time would eventually develop into a relationship and she would confide in him about what had happened to her.

Sex-for-marks lecturers in trouble – VC warns

Prof. Suleiman Mohammed, Vice-Chancellor (VC) of Nasarawa State University Keffi (NSUK), has vowed to dismiss any lecturer caught harassing female students on campus.
The VC said this on Thursday, while delivering a goodwill message at a seminar organised by the Centre for Gender Studies of the university in Keffi.
Represented by Prof. Akinwumi Olayemi, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academics) of the institution, Mohammed said the laws of the university were quite clear on the issue of sexual harassment.
“The sanction for any staff found culpable of the offence is instant dismissal from the institution and the management would make sure the law is enforced to serve as deterrent to others,” the VC said.
He commended the centre for organising the seminar and promised to support in championing the cause of fighting Gender Based Violence (GBV) in the country.
In her welcome address, Hajiya Hauwa’u Mainoma, the Director of the Centre, called on the Federal Government and other stakeholders to urgently take steps towards addressing gender-based violence in the country.
She explained that the seminar was first of its kind by the centre since its inception in 2017.
According to her, the increasing rate of sexual and other forms of violence in institutions informed the centre to put together the event aimed at creating awareness on the menace.
Mainoma called for stiffer punishment for perpetrators of gender-based violence, adding that it will create equal opportunity for all to put their God-giving potential to good use.
In a presentation, Prof. Charity Angya, former Vice Chancellor, Benue State University, Makurdi, said gender-based violence goes beyond mere physical attacks on someone based on the person’s gender.
Angya observed that both gender suffered violence in one point or the other in Nigeria, but that more women are molested than men.
She explained that gender-based violence exists more in work places and academic environment due to high discrimination in careers and field of studies.
“Education is a right and government must abolish any custom or tradition militating against girl-child education in the country.
“Such move will naturally address the violence that women go through in the society,” she said
The former VC advised that men should massively take on careers and courses hitherto assumed to be exclusively reserved for women and vice-versa, as a panacea to ending gender-based violence in Nigeria.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the seminar has as its theme: ‘Gender Based Violence and the Survival of Education in Nigeria’.

Transfer: Manchester United set to announce their £50m signing

Manchester United will announced the signing of England international, Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace, according to the The Sun.
Report emerged in England yesterday that the Red Devils have agreed a deal worth £50million with Palace for the right back.
The Sun reports that the 21-year-old defender, who arrived at Carrington earlier in the day, has completed a medical to move to Old Trafford.
The British newspaper claimed that Man United will officially confirm the capture of the youngster tomorrow.
Similarly, Press Association journalist Simon Peach has heard that everything is fine and United will announce the signing on Friday.
United have been linked with Wan-Bissaka for quite a long time.
In Wan-Bissaka, United are getting a natural right back and he should get straight into Solskjaer’s starting XI in the next campaign

Transfer: Aubameyang agrees to join Manchester United from Arsenal

Arsenal striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has said ‘said yes’ to Manchester United, according to Tuttosports.
Aubameyang has been linked with a shock move from Arsenal to United in the past few days.
Reports had emerged from Italy and England that United identified Aubameyang as a perfect replacement for Romelu Lukaku should the Belgian leave this summer.
Inter Milan and Juventus have keen interest in Lukaku, and, according to the newspaper, Aubameyang has ‘said yes’ to the idea of replacing the former Everton man at United.
Aubameyang won the Premier League golden boot last season with 22 goals.
But at 30 years old, the Gabonese international would go against manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s transfer policy of signing young players with plenty of potential.
Arsenal would also want to recoup the £54m they paid for him 18 months ago.

FCT School of Nursing Entrance Exam Date 2019/2020 Announced

FCT School of Nursing Entrance Exam Date for 2019/2020 Session has been announced. See the date below.
FCT School of Nursing Entrance Exam Date
This is to inform all the candidates that applied for admission into the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Gwagwalada, Abuja, School of Nursing, during the 2019/2020 academic session that the management of the institution has released the schedule for their entrance examination.

FCT School of Nursing Entrance Exam Date.

FCT SON Entrance Examination will hold between Friday 5th – Friday 19th July, 2019 and it will be Computer-Based (CBT).
All Applicants will receive their individual Exam Date, Time & Batch number via SMS from the institution LATEST Saturday 29th June

For more info, call any of the numbers on the application form.

MAPOLY ND Part-time Form 2019/2020 is Out | How to Apply

MAPOLY ND Part-time Form for 2019/2020 Academic Session is Out. The form cost N7,500. See available courses, their O’level requirements and How to Apply below
MAPOLY ND Part-time Form
Applications are welcomed from suitably qualified candidates for admission into the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY), Abeokuta, National Diploma (ND) programmes admission for the 2018/2019 academic session.

MAPOLY ND Part-Time Courses and Requirements.

The table below contains available ND Part-time courses and their admission requirements. Mobile users should scroll/swipe the table to view the full content:
AVAILABLE PROGRAMMES:General Entry Requirements:
Applicants for National Diploma are admitted based on qualifications obtained in NECO, SSCE,WASCE, and GCE O’Level, NABTEB or their equivalents
  • Accountancy
  • Business Administration
  • Marketing
  • Banking & Finance
Credit Passes in five(5) subjects including English Language and Mathematics obtained at not more than two sittings. Literature- in- English or Oral English are not acceptable as substitutes for English language.
  • Accountancy and Banking & Finance require a Credit in at least one of Economics/Commerce/Principle of Accounts/Book Keeping
  • Business Administration and Marketing require a credit in one of Economics and Commerce
  • Science Laboratory Technology
  • Food Technology
  • Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Computer Science
Credit Passes in four (4) subjects at one sitting or credit passes in five (5) subjects at two (2) sittings which must include Mathematics with at least a pass in English, credit in two (2) basic Science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Agric. Science and a Pass in the third Science subject.
Note: Pharmaceutical Technology requires a credit in Biology not Agric. Science and accepts a Pass in Physics. Food Technology requires a pass in Physics; Computer Science requires a Credit in English Language, Physics/Basic Electronics/Electricity.
Hospitality ManagementRequirements:
Credit passes in Five (5) subjects obtained at not more than two (2) sittings including English Language, Mathematics and one of Biology/Agric. Science/Food and Nutrition.
Two (2) other credits from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics /Statistics, Commerce/Economics, Health Science, Food & Nutrition/ Home Economics/Catering Craft, Geography, Government, Technical Drawing and one Nigerian language (Yoruba/Igbo/Hausa).
Leisure &TourismRequirements:
Credit passes in Five (5) subjects obtained at not more than two (2) sittings including English Language, Mathematics and Geography.
Two (2) other credits from Economics/ Commerce, History, Book Keeping, Principles of Accounts, Mathematics, Fine Arts, French, Food & Nutrition, Home Economics, Government and one Nigerian language. (Yoruba/Igbo/Hausa).
Nutrition and DieteticsCredit passes in four (4) or five (5) subjects obtained at not more than two (2) sittings including Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology/Agric. Science with at least pass in English Language and Physics.
Two (2) other credits from Physics, Economics/Commerce, English Language, Home Economics, Food and Nutrition.
Estate ManagementRequirements:
Credit passes in Five (5) at obtained at not more than two (2) sittings. These subjects must include; English Language, Mathematics, Economics and one of Physics/Chemistry, Biology/Agric Science, with Credit in any of the listed subjects: Geography, Government, Principle of Account, Technical Drawing, Fine Arts.
Quantity SurveyingRequirements:
Credit passes in four (4) subjects at one sitting or Credit passes in five (5) subjects at not more than two (2) sittings. These subjects must include Mathematics, Physics/Chemistry with at least Pass in English language. And any other two (2) or three (3) additional Credit Passes in any of Fine Arts, Technical Drawing or Engineering Drawing, Geography, Economics, Biology/Agric Science, Further Mathematics
Building TechnologyRequirements:
Credit passes in four (4) subjects at one sitting or Credit passes in five (5) subjects at not more than two (2) sittings. These subjects must include Mathematics, Physics and English Language. And two other (2) additional Credit passes in any of Technical Drawing, Metal Work/Wood Work, Further Mathematics, Geography, Biology/Agric Science, Chemistry and Economics.
Art and Industrial DesignRequirements:
Credit passes in Four (4) subjects at one (1) sitting or Credit passes in five (5) subjects at not more than two sittings including Mathematics and at least a pass in English Language
Three (3) or four (4)other credits from Biology/Agric. Science, English Language, Fine Art/Visual Art/Cultural and Creative Art/Die and Bleaching, Chemistry, History/Government, Literature in English, Clothing and Textiles, Geography, Economics/Commerce, Religious Knowledge, Technical Drawing and Home Economics.
Urban and Regional PlanningRequirements:
Credit passes in Four subjects at one (1) sitting or Credit passes in five (5) subjects at not more than two sittings including Mathematics, English and one from Physics/Chemistry/Biology.
Two (2) or three (3) other credits from Biology/Agric. Science, Chemistry, Physics, Further Mathematics, Geography, Economics/Commerce, Fine Arts/Technical Drawing, Government/History, Religious Knowledge and one Nigerian Language.
  • Electrical/Electronic Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
Credit passes in Five (5) subjects at not more than two sittings including English Language, Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.
One (1) other credit from Metal Work, Technical Drawing, Further Mathematics, Basic Electricity/Electronics, Biology/Agric. Science, Geography, Electrical Installation and Maintenance Work, Economics, Computer Studies, Civic
  • Mass Communication
  • Office Technology & Management
Credit passes in five (5) subjects obtained at not more than two (2) sittings including English Language and Mathematics.
Any three (3) other credits from any of History, Literature in English, Economics/Commerce, Fine Arts, French, Government, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Typewriting, Principles of Accounts and one Nigerian language (Yoruba/Igbo/Hausa), Religious Studies (CRK/IRK).
A minimum of pass in Literature in English is required in addition to the normal entry requirements.
Note: Office Technology & Management accepts credit pass in Shorthand. 

How to Apply for MAPOLY ND Part-Time Admission.

Applicants should apply on the Polytechnic’s portal making use of their ATM card/Master or Visa Card and make payment of Seven Thousand, Five Hundred Naira (N7,500.00) only, then proceed to to complete application forms online.
Application closes on Saturday, 20th July, 2019.
 Candidates are advised to carefully follow the directives on the on-line form, having confirmed their eligibility and qualifications before selecting programme to avoid being disqualified.
All available courses for the programme should be confirmed online before processing the application form.

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