When is the 2017/2018 Post UTME Screening Date and Application Form of Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Ikeji-Arakeji Going to be Out?

(Last Updated On: July 4, 2017)

Now that the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has released the result of the just concluded 2017/2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME), one of the questions that preoccupy the minds of the aspirants  of Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Ikeji-Arakeji when is the 2017/2018 Post UTME screening date and application form of the school going to be out. In fact we have been inundated with phone calls from the aspirants of the school who have been asking for the date of the sale of application form and screening.

This is why we deemed it necessary to write this post so as to let you be aware that Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU), Ikeji-Arakeji has not released the application form nor the date for the 2017/2018 post UTME screening. It is likely to be around July/August. Trust us, as soon as the school releases the application form and the dates for the screening they will be made available here and this post will be updated accordingly. This is why we recommend that you bookmark this page or subscribe to our sms alert. This is important so as to save you from falling prey to the machinations of scammers.

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  1. Elombah.com is in possession of paperwork exhibiting how the Legal
    professional common and Minister of Justice, Abubakar
    Malami and former governor of Kebbi state, Abubakar Atiku Bagudu plot
    to rip Nigeria off a whopping $170 million from the $550 million Abacha loot domiciled within the United States.

    The revelation is little doubt a smear on the face of President Muhammadu
    Buhari who prides himself as anti-corruption president when the knowledge ultimately
    hits the general public area.

    It is going to little doubt be a blow for him on realising that one in all his saints, AGF Malami is
    engaged in fraudulent offers.

    In keeping with info out there to Elombah.com, $70 million of the
    loot is being plotted to be diverted to Bagudu leaving $480 million as stability.

    Aside from that, AGF Malami is asking the
    Nigerian Govt to pay 30% payment from the $480 million which
    is $144 million to the legal professional he appointed.

    Unknown to the unsuspecting Buhari, Malami is gathering $one hundred
    million out of the $144 million as a bribe, leaving the lawyer with $forty four

    With this improvement, one can simply see that these folks don’t have the curiosity of the nation at coronary heart.

    One in all our interior sources is even suggesting that:

    – both President Buhari is conscious of this, or,

    – portion of the sleaze goes to him, or higher

    – His social gathering – the All Progressives Congress [APC] has a stake in it.

    If not one of the above rings out, then all of the $one hundred million should be going to
    the AGF.

    One noteworthy truth, nonetheless, is that each ex-Governor Bagudu and
    AGF Malami are from the identical city – Birnin Kebbi in Kebbi state.

    One other noteworthy reality is that it was Bagudu who really useful Malami to President Buhari.

    The clever contact that gave Elombah.com these paperwork stated that the Nigerian-born lawyer –
    Godson Nnaka – who began the method and who was employed by President Obasanjo could be very offended.

    He’s offended that he’s being changed by Malami as a result of he refused to provide
    70% of his charges to AG Abubakar Malami.

    Malami gave the case that was began over twelve years in the past to a brand
    new legal professional who was by no means a part of the litigation as a result
    of the brand new lawyer agreed to share his charges with him.

    The preliminary lawyer Nnaka has now filed a go well with within the
    US court docket to tie up the discharge of the cash and to expose AG Malami and Governor Bagudu.

    Connected, one will discover court docket filings wherein Bagudu was asking
    the U.S. Court docket to nullify Nigeria’s
    curiosity within the seized property.

  2. After a brief lull, a combination of technical and non-technical factors, has led to a steep rise in mobile
    internet usage country. Lucas Ajanaku reports massive infrastructure roll-out
    as recession eases may sustain the tempo.

    Improved national network coverage by Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and
    migration of various networks from 3G to Long Term Evolution (LTE) may have accounted for the rise in Active Mobile
    Internet Subscriptions (AMI).

    Although the number of subscribers to the
    internet dipped marginally from 91.5million to about 90million, there
    was an increase in Internet Usage Subscriptions (IUS).

    The industry witnessed a continuous increase in internet usage
    measured in terabyte (TB). According to sources, the Nigerian Communications Commission (MCC) began the cumulative collection of internet
    usage statistics of all mobile operators in February
    this year to further understand the performance and behaviour of the active mobile internet segment.

    From the analysis, February recorded 22,019.66TB, March 30,627.40TB, and April
    31,160.00TB reflecting 41.5 per cent usage increase between February and April, 2017.

    NCC’s studies showed that this trend is likely to continue as more
    operators are licensed in the Broadband segment to
    provide wholesale broadband internet services nationwide.

    Besides, the network operators have intensified efforts to improve on their network coverage.

    Although AMI is on the increase, the Active Voice Subscription (AVS) dropped marginally from 155.1million to 149.3million in the first quarter of this year.

    The NCC studies also showed that a range of reasons were given for this decline by the operators.

    Part of their reason is their churning activities and the Commission’s directive to deactivate all unregistered
    Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards that exist in all the

    Other findings include festive period such as Christmas where people especially those who relocate from urban centres to the semi-urban and rural areas
    but drop such SIM cards after the festivals.

    There are seasonal trends when travelers drop their SIMs
    at the end of vacation and another reason is the deactivation of inactive SIM cards that were
    previously triggered by bulk Short Message Service (SMS).

    In general terms, the NCC studies indicate that as nationwide coverage increases, many subscribers did not see
    the need to have multiple SIM cards and therefore elected to drop their second
    line and kept one. This trend may continue especially due
    to the dramatic increase in data usage.

    The industry regulator explains that the Policy Competition and Economic Analysis (PCEA)
    Department amongst other functions monitors the performance of the telecoms industry as well as
    identify gaps that may require regulatory intervention. These,
    according to the Commission, are achieved through collection, collation and analysing network/subscriber data.

    NCC explained that in the month of April, all the four major
    GSM providers recorded losses in AVS.

    Specifically, MTN lost over 2.2million subscribers; Etisalat lost 576,120 subscribers; Airtel lost 319,803
    and Globacom lost 58,277 subscribers.

    The report further showed that between December 2016 and March 2017, the operators maintained a steady decline of an average 2.64 per cent
    subscription loss.

    Specifically, Etisalat lost a cumulative
    1.412million and MTN dipped by 1.211million but what they lost in voice,
    they made significant gains in data usage.

    Meanwhile, other reasons given by operators for the fall are
    that consumer spending behavioural pattern of possessing dual SIM devices may
    have changed as a result of economic recession and the directive handed the
    operators by NCC that they should implement/deactivate auto renewal of data plan/bundle services.

    Responding to some of these cited cases, PCEA agreed that there is a nexus between number
    of SIM churned out and active subscriptions for both voice and internet.

    PCEA did observe that average family income
    is competing with basic needs and inflation rate may have compelled
    families to priortise expenses.

    Already, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has identified that there is a strong link between disposa
    income and affordability of Internet services.

    “The recent releases of the Consumer Price Index report by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) indicate inflationary costs are more on the basic household needs. Hence, cost of communications/telecoms services will naturally compete with basic household needs and consumers spending behavioural pattern” the report noted.

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