In a new video has was shared by Nigerian blog site, Instablog ng, a Unilag student was seen shedding tears of joy while in a video call with Justin Bieber.

Its a very nice feeling when you meet your favourite musician, mentor, loved one, etc and this lady has shown how he love American singer, Justin Bieber.

In an Instagram live video call with the American singer, the Nigerian student was seen crying uncontrollably as she could not believe what she saw.

Watch the video below;

Source: Naijaparry.com.ng

A member of the Governing Council of the University of Lagos, Mr Bayo Adaralegbe, has resigned his appointment, joining the council Chairman and Pro-Chancellor of the institution, Dr Wale Babalakin, who earlier quit his position, franktalknow.com reports.

Adaralegbe tendered his resignation letter to the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, on Friday, saying his continued stay as member of the council will dishonour his late father, Prof Adeniji Adaralegbe’s memory.

He said, “Aside a Samsung telephone set, an Ipad device and the sum as sitting allowance per meeting, I did not in any way benefit materially, directly or through third parties from University of Lagos, certainly a rarity by today’s Nigerian standard (unless of course one wants to add the admission of a few candidates that I requested from the university management). Our council took its work very seriously. We served very selflessly, very diligently and worked extremely hard to manage the scarce resources of the university and improve its standing.

“Dr Babalakin provided very strong moral leadership as Pro Chancellor and Chairman of Council. He kept scrupulously to the promise he made at our maiden council meeting not to bid for or be awarded contracts from the university. He actually did more. By December 2019 he had poured approximately N100m of his own personal resources on different endeavours in the university. At the time this situation arose, he was in the process of transferring to the university (at no cost to it) 40 hectares of land he owned in Ogudu, Lagos to address its staff housing problems. Those of us Federal Government appointees followed his strong moral leadership.

“Recent developments have, unfortunately, made my continued stay on the Governing Council of the University of Lagos very untenable. I experienced first-hand, the Vice Chancellor of a university falsifying interview results for the position of Director of Works. Prof Toyin Ogundipe threatened to beat me up during an interview session for the position of Director of Works because I resisted his attempt to falsify interview results. It was also in University of Lagos that I experienced a Vice Chancellor attempting to appoint a professor in respect of a discipline that the university did not have a department, did not admit undergraduate or postgraduate students, and through a one page Memorandum to the Pro-Chancellor that touted the candidate as an ‘agent of change.’

“I consider my continued stay on the Governing Council of University of Lagos a serious dishonour and desecration of my late father’s memory, Prof Adeniji Adaralegbe.”

Government had earlier removed Ogundipe and Babalakin from their respective positions to allow for a thorough investigation into the crisis rocking the university including allegations of financial misappropriation against the VC.

Though a visitation panel set up has submitted its report, the crisis in UNILAG appears far from being over.

The Senate of the University of Lagos, Akoka, has rejected the removal of Prof Oluwatoyin Ogundipe as Vice Chancellor of the institution by the Governing Council.

Led by Wale Babalakin, Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Governing Council, the decision-making organ on Wednesday in Abuja removed Ogundipe as VC of UNILAG, accusing him of gross misconduct and acts of corruption.

But in a meeting held on Thursday by 88 members and anchored by Prof Chioma Ago, a former Dean of the Faculty of Law, the institution’s Senate said the removal of Ogundipe was against UNILAG’s regulation, adding that the Council removed Ogundipe without giving him the opportunity to defend himself.

BREAKING: UNILAG VC Reacts To His Removal By Governing Council

They also kicked against the appointment of Prof Omololu Soyombo as Acting Vice Chancellor of the institution.

“Part of the condition for the removal of a Vice Chancellor is that a joint committee of the Senate and Governing Council must sit and investigate with three representatives from each side but the Senate was never represented, the Senate was never consulted, the Senate never knew the allegations against their member.

“The removal of Prof Ogundipe did not follow the Act establishing the university. He was not given fair hearing and the opportunity to defend himself.

“The Senate therefore rejects the removal of Prof Ogundipe and the appointment of an Acting VC,” a member, who attended the meeting, told SaharaReporters.

The 15-year-old Ekene Franklin from Imo State who emerged as the best candidate in the 2019 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination ( UTME ) of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB ), released on Saturday cannot gain admission into any Nigerian University in spite of his outstanding score of 347 marks.

Speaking on the released results, Registrar of JAMB, Professor Ishaq Oloyode, said that the best candidate may not be admitted to the University of Lagos, which he chose as his first choice because of age.

Franklin emerged as the best in the list of over 1.8m candidates but following the National Universities Commission (NUC) minimum age rule for admission into the university which public universities don’t compromise, he stands disqualified to register as a student of the University of Lagos, his first choice school.

The second best candidate with 346 marks – 16-year-old Emmanuel Chidiebube is from Abia State with just one point less than Franklin, while 17-year-old Oluwo Isaac Olamilekan Oloyode from Osun State came third with 345 marks.

Oloyede lamented that the examination was fraught with serious irregularities and manipulation from especially the CBT exam centres and owners.

He said: “In Nigeria too, examination malpractice is exacerbated by the insatiable greed and desperate antics of parents who are hell-bent on inducting their innocent and not-so-innocent children into the world of sharp practices and corruption.

“Yet, the given circumstances made it difficult for us in 2017 to adopt the international best practice of pre-release clinical scrutiny of the results of the examination of this nature especially when one is aware of how endemic the rot had been since the period of the Paper and Pencil Test till the recently introduced CBT.”

“The foundation of examination malpractice is laid at the point of registration with the active connivance of some CBT centre owners who allowed themselves to be infiltrated by those who parade themselves as owners of tutorial classes.

“Unfortunately, some elite institutions that charge exorbitant fees, which they had made the parents part with in the name of secondary education, became active in the procurement of ‘best results’ for their students at all costs.

“These characters have permeated the system such that it is herculean to confront and dislodge them.

“The extent of this infraction is appreciated through the huge amount of money JAMB makes from the correction of names, dates of birth by the perpetrators.”

He added that JAMB had delisted about 116 CBT centres nationwide from conducting the UTME tests in future.

A graduate of the , Federal Polytechnic Ede , Osun State, Olarewaju Adekunle, reportedly committed suicide by drinking a deadly insecticide known locally as ‘ Sniper ’ .

Adekunle, Naijaparry learned, drank a bottle of insecticide on February 4, 2019, leaving a note where he stated the reason for his action.

Checks indicated that the deceased had communicated his intention to end his life to a male friend who however pleaded with him to have a rethink and face the challenge like most other men in life.

Records from his social media interactions, the deceased had uploaded a picture of the Sniper on his WhatsApp page at about 8.10 pm, some hours after he had lamented online about his situation to his friend.

He had opened the conversation at about 5.35 pm when he said in short statements: ‘My Dead Body Inside Bamboo”.

His friend however responded with words “this for what” immediately he uploaded the sniper picture.

Having uploaded the Sniper picture, his friend apparently became frantic and pleaded with him not to take any wrong step.

But all efforts to stop him proof abortive.

UNILAG Post-UTME Supplementary Results for the 2018/2019 screening exercise have been released. Candidates who partipated in the screening exercise can proceed to check their results online.

The list of candidates and their scores have been made available by the school management.

To names of candidates and their scores in the 2018/2019 Post-UTME screening exercise are contained on the attached PDF document;


Eric Idowu, an undergraduate of the University of Lagos, who allegedly bought phones worth N1million with fake bank alert has been declared wanted by SARS Officials.

According to reports, Eric bought the phones from one Azeez Bakare, a member of the NYSC who runs a mobile phone business. Narrating his ordeal, Azeez reportedly received a call from someone who identified himself as Leonard Adeleke. He placed orders on 3 Used iphone 8 Plus and one brand new iPhone X , he dropped his address for delivery.

According to Azeez, he went to make the delivery that same day at the said address. On getting there, he saw the person who placed the order and delivered the phones, after a quick check on the products, he collected Azeez account number and after sometime showed him the debit alert. But Azeez was yet to receive the alert, so they both waited. After a while, the client excused himself to go put on the generator and that was how he absconded. He was no where to be found.

Azeez tried his number but it was switched off. It was later discovered with the help of True Caller App that Eric Idowu used a fake name “Leonard Adegoke” while placing his order instead of “Eric Idowu” which is his actual name with his picture displayed by the app.

The case was then reported to the police and later transferred to Sars office.

An official of CSE Phones confirmed that Bakare is a very known person in the Company, he buys phones on credit and remits the money after sales. Azeeze is pleading with Sars operatives to help him find the culprit so he can get his money or the phones back.

The family and friends of a young undergraduate are currently in need of information in finding her after she was declared missing.

A 100 level female student from the University of Lagos has been declared missing.

The student identified as Boluwatife Olorunsola has been missing for almost one week with no leads on her whereabouts.

According to statement credited to Unilag’s Dean of Student Affairs, ‘the Student allegedly missing has been identified as OLORUNSOLA BOLUWATIFE TAMILORE, 100 level student of Employment Relations and Human Resources Management.

DSA has spoken to her mother. Her Mother saw her last on Friday last week. She has reported a case of missing person to Sabo Police Station.

Anyone with any information should contact the police and the DSA immediately’.

Blogger, Linda Ikeji and Joy Nwanna, a former student of the UNILAG, have been asked to appear before an investigative Panel of the institution over a s*x scandal.

According to a report by The Nation, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lagos ( UNILAG ), Prof Oluwatoyin Ogundipe has urged Joy Nwanna, a former student, and blogger, Linda Ikeji, to appear before its s*xual harassment panel.

The VC who made the appeal Monday at the Senate chambers said the appearance of the duo would help the Prof Chioma Agonmo-led panel to unravel Joy’s allegations of s*xual harassment against Prof Segun Awonusi of the university’s English department.

He assured them of protection should they come forward.
In May, Linda Ikeji featured a post of semi-nude photographs of Awonusi sent by Nwanna who accused him and others in the university’s English department of s*xual harassment.

Nwanna was a student of the University between 2012/2013 and 2015/2016 academic sessions.

In investigating the matter, Prof Ogundipe said the five-member panel dug into contacts from Miss Nwanna’s student records and tried reaching out to her and her next of kin but met a brick wall.

“She gave us the name of the next of kin, Samuel Nwanna. His number is 08060971976. We called but it did not go through.
Her sponsor is as Idighisai Grace. The phone number is 07033543627. We got in touch but it was another person that responded.

The number with us concerning Joy Nwanna is 07035574747. It was one Yakubu Idris that picked the call.

This particular individual had different personalities. If she is ready to attend to the request of the panel, we will give her necessary cover.

And even Linda Ikeji, who is an alumnus, we are appealing that as a proud alumnus of this university, she should assist this university to get to the bottom of this issue so that the name of the University will not be ridiculed.

“The email address she used to getting across to our University man (Awonusi), we sent a mail but got no reply.”

The VC said Awonusi on his part had appeared before the panel twice.

“Awonusi submitted a written report; the committee looked at the report. He submitted the email she sent to him and appeared before the panel twice,” he said.

Unfortunately, Ogundipe said the panel got no response from any other students regarding the sexual harassment case.

“The panel called on other students who had information about the case or others to come forward but nobody came forward,” he said.

Ogundipe said the University would not rule out using law enforcement agencies to trace Nwanna.

The VC urged members of the public with relevant information on the victim to help the University with the investigation.

He said: “The alleged victim was identified as Miss Joy Nwanna by Prof Awonusi in the course of his interactions with the Panel. Student records of Miss Joy revealed that she was admitted into the Department of English as a direct entry student in the 2012/2013 session.

She graduated from the University in 2015/2016 academic session.

“All attempts made by the fact finding panel to contact Miss Nwanna by the telephone numbers in her student records and by e-mail proved abortive.

The panel also attempted to contact Linda Ikeji to convince the alleged victim to come forward but Linda Ikeji was not forthcoming in that regard.

“The preliminary investigations have raised certain questions and issues that need to be investigated further. Investigations are ongoing.

“The University is making efforts to confirm the authenticity or otherwise of the pictures that were released.

“The University also requires Miss Joy Nwanna to come forward to substantiate the allegations.

“The Press and general public are urged to assist the University by impressing it on Miss Joy Nwanna to come forward to substantiate her claim.

An appeal is also made to Linda Ikeji to convince the victim to appear before the panel and state her side of the story.

“The University assures both Miss Joy Nwanna and Linda Ikeji of necessary protection should they decide to come forward.”

Professor Awonusi Segun of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) who was recently accused of sexual assault has finally spoken on the incident.

Olusegun, who was a former vice-chancellor of Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED) in an interview with New Telegraph, disclosed that he was blackmailed as he did not partake in any shameful act.

According to him, his mobile phone was stolen.

He said: “It is blackmail. The said pictures were taken about four years ago but sometimes ago, I received a message from a particular lady, saying she was in possession of my unclad photos and that I should pay her N400,000.

“The lady said if I did not pay the money, she would go public with the photos. I think this is what she had promised.”

However, the university in a statement issued by the communication unit of the corporate affairs directorate confirmed the incident but has promised to get to the roots of the matter.

The statement reads: “The management has a zero tolerance for allegations pertaining to sexual impropriety, and has a well-established policy against such practices.

“We wish to reassure all our stakeholders, students, parents, members of staff and the general public that management will not treat this matter with levity.

“Management will tackle the allegation with every sense of responsibility and seriousness that the matter deserves. The issue would be thoroughly investigated with transparency.”