Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Ex-Polytechnic Rector Dies During Sex Romp with Teenager in Hotel

 
 There was pandemonium at a hotel in Ughelli, Ughelli South local Government Area of Delta State yesterday as the former Acting Rector, Federal Polytechnic, Ekowe, Bayelsa State, slumped and died during an alleged love session with an unidentified female teenager.

The ex-Rector, Chief Udele Emuhohwo was said to have slumped in his room at the hotel located at Onoharigho Street, Ughelli and was rushed to a private clinic, a few kilometers from the hotel where he was confirmed dead on arrival.

Sources at Ughelli Police Area Command revealed thus “He had gone to the hotel in company of a female teenager and booked a room for an hour of love session with the girl.”
Speaking further, the source said: “The girl raised an alarm when the chief slumped but absconded following reports that the victim was confirmed dead.

Though no arrest was made in connection with the incident, a female manager of the hotel was said to have been arrested for questioning but had since been released.

Suspecting foul play over the incident, a family member who spoke to journalists at the ex-Rector’s Upper Agbarho residence said: “We are having a meeting with elders of the family if an autopsy would be conducted after which we would take a stand on the matter.”

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Celestina Kalu, could not be reached for confirmation as she refused to pick her calls or respond to the text messages sent to her mobile phone.

Monday, 28 November 2016

JAMB sets cutoff at 120 and 150 for Poly and Uni respectively




The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board have accepted to be flexible in application of cut-off marks for Universities and Polytechnics in Nigeria. This decision was taken on the 18th of November 2016, in the Second technical committee meeting on 2016 Admissions to Consider 2nd Choice Admissions in Tertiary Institutions, held in Imo State. The Registrar of JAMB, Prof. Is-haq Olarewaju Oloyede in his address unveiled the new developments and ideas that have been introduced in JAMB in order to ensure the smooth exercise of 2016 Admission process. Other dignitaries who were present in the committee meeting were; the Governor of Imo State, Chief Rochas Okorocha, represented by his deputy, Prince Eze Madumere; the Chairman Imo State Traditional Rulers Council, Eze Samuel Agunwa; the Provost of Alvan Ikoku College of Education. The decisions taken during the technical meeting were:
1.      That 30th November, 2016 shall be the last day for Admission into Public Universities in Nigeria.
2.      That JAMB has accepted to be flexible in application of Cut-off marks: that is Polytechnics can now come down to 120 and Universities 150 respectively.
3.      That regularization of Candidates who were not properly admitted in various institutions shall be done online.
4.      That those candidates who were given Admission in their 2nd and 3rd choice Institutions shall be notified by the various Institutions to go online and formalize their Admission as first choice admission. After this, they should print it out and bring it to that Institution which the Institution in turn forward to JAMB office Abuja.
5.      That Change of course can only be allowed twice for candidates by JAMB.
6.      That students should not be allowed to matriculate without JAMB admission letter.
7.      That first choice admission must come first before considering the 2nd and 3rd admission in order to avoid the problem of the past. Such a problem arises where candidates wait for admission opportunities in two institutions at the same time, thereby creating problem of not picking admission offer in their second choice in time
The JAMB Registrar, constituted three committees to handle some problems that might arise in the course of the 2016 Admission exercise.

SUG:New leader emerges in Fed Poly Oko


It was a show of oneness as the students who contested for different positions in the Student Union Government embraced themselves. Both the aspirants that lost and those that won were seen exchanging pleasantries; an act orchestrated by the Oath-of-Peace exercise, administered by the DSA, Rev.Dr. Osondu Chukwudi, who is know for his Laurette in Students Management. The New SUG president elect, Comr.Nwachukwu Evangelist in his speech, thanked the Rector and his Management team for giving all aspirants a level playing ground to contest. He equally thanked the students for electing him by queuing behind him openly without prejudice. His exact words"I thank the Rector who has given us a level playing ground. I never believed it when the Deputy Rector Administration, Sir Ejike Nwabuona said the Management led by Prof.Godwin Onu had no interest in the election and will never have such interest. I was afraid earlier because i had nobody, but now, i have confirmed that the Rector is a man of his words. This shows that he is a kindhearted and loving father.  As for my students, i love you. I thank you and I will make you proud". He further reiterated to keep to his campaign promises which included; Immediate call for congress, declaration of the Union's financial stand three weeks after he resumes officially, Open budgetary, Accountability and the completion of the Union's secretariat which has been abandoned for years by past Union leaders.
While applauding the Students for their peaceful behavior and conduct, the Digital Rector said that another electoral civilization and landmark has been created for all Nigerian Institutions. After dancing to a rendition of "Godwin", a musical piece from Korede Bello, to the bewilderment of the Students who joined in the dance and echoed allowed "We love you! We love you! We love you!", the Rector enjoined those who lost to accept their fate with integrity as it was the beginning of a new era in their experiences.

Monday, 21 November 2016

FAKE ADMISSION LETTER:


This is to warn all prospective students of Federal Polytechnic Oko to be cautious of the illegal admission letters of the Institution being issued by FAKE-ADMISSION syndicates to unsuspecting candidates. Attached below, is a sample of such letters issued to a prospective student. You are hereby informed that the admission guidelines which you must adhere strictly to as a candidate of the institution, are listed on our school portal www.federalpolyoko.edu.ng. Any other guideline that is not in tandem with what appears on the campus portal is FAKE. We hereby warn such syndicates to desist from the scrupulous act as our tracking devices are on the beam to clamp down on them soonest. We also charge you to report such syndicates when found around you; as an agent of positive change.

Federal Polytechnic Oko Condoles with Sir.Emeka Offor





While the loss of a loved one is never easy, even when anticipated, it is most certainly the hardest to believe they are taken from us forever. Your recent loss of your father who has left us at such a blissful age is definitely in the category of those hard losses for which there is so painful a reminder of what might have been.
We offer our sincere condolence and deepest sympathy on your loss. May the outpouring of sympathy, the kind acts of friends and strangers and the comfort in knowing that your loss is felt by many, help you through this difficult time.
I ask for God's blessings on you and your wonderful family. May you find the courage and strength to move forward in peace and confidence and in knowing that his life was a life full of positive achievements and benevolence.
Accept our Condolence great Friend!
                Prof.Godwin Onu
Rector, Federal Polytechnic Oko, Anambra State.

ADMISSION LIST


This is to inform all the prospective students of Federal Polytechnic Oko that the 2016/2017 admission list is out. It is checked free of charge in the Polytechnic portal- www.federalpolyoko.edu.ng.
When you login to the above website, follow the below steps:
Step 1: Verify the Captcha code to confirm that you are human by typing exactly the two image words in the text box (If you are prompted).
Step 2: Click on Admission Menu
Step 3: Click on "Check Admission Status" hyperlink in the extended window.
Step 4: Select ND/HND on the Student-type Pull down menu
Step 5: Select 2016/2017 on the Session pull down menu
Step 6: Enter your JAMB Reg.Number for ND students or your Entry Number for HND students, in the Application-Number textbox.
Step 7: Click on Submit Button to see if you have been shortlisted for a verification exercise which will be announced shortly.
GOODLUCK!

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Prof Godwin Onu supervises the workability of the upgraded ALL-IN-ONE Exam Software




The countenances of the Students of Federal Polytechnic Oko who started their Second semester examination this morning were seen in ecstatic euphoria as the Lion himself, the Rector of the Moment, coordinated students towards the perfect usability of the most advanced level examination software. That feeling of excitement that is initialized when your father sits around while you unveil your expertise was indeed noticed on the composure of the wonderful Students of Federal Polytechnic Oko as the superlative, highly distinguished cum digital Rector piloted the student’s concentration using the states of the arts software he recently embedded into the school examination system to increase perfection.
Federal Polytechnic Oko was one of the first Tertiary Institutions, if not the first in Nigeria that started writing their semester Examinations with the architectures of Educational Technology. This went a long way to curb sexual harassment and intimidation on the dear and lovely students of the Polytechnic as Lecturers can only assess the students of 30% while the computer does its job of 70% in examination. However, this did not augur well with do-wrongs and bad-influence lecturers who started faulting the management for implementing such wonderful computerized system. But the Rector, who is known for his yonder-time relentlessness in pursuing goals of acclivity and positivism, stood his ground to move the Institution not only to a high height but to its peak echelon of development.
In System Analysis, it is said that there is no perfect system because when an expert comes around, he must evoke the principle of fault finding and problem creation as to give an advice for an upgraded solution. This informed the Rector’s decision to ergonomically upgrade the examination software to a no-fault extent as to influence the usability, safety, comfort and efficiency of the semester examinations.
We therefore wish all our Students Impressive Achievement and Success in their Examinations as they enjoy the ambience of our upgraded software!!!