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Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Brexit, The Way Forward: Time To Stop Project Fear

Brexit, The Way Forward: Time To Stop Project Fear.

By Lashley Oladigbolu


Can we endeavour to reduce the amount of inevitable losses and fears of uncertainties over the Brexit. Perhaps, most followers of the news emanating from the Commission of European Union are failing to consider the tidal waves Brexit is unleashing to the global financial markets.
Take a look again at the onset, the moment the Remain-IN was speculated to be the winning streak and Sterling leapt forward dwarfing USD in FX before abrupt Brexit turned down the the verse of financial stakes. This has shown incredibly how powerful London as the world biggest centre of financial services can launch  effectual economic downturn not only to the European community but to the entire global village. Please check the current global financial markets as every ticking moments are registering impeding chains of global recession.
Analysts are engaging themselves across different fora over the consequences of the British decision to quit the EU.
Chairman of British African Business Alliance, Mr David Smith in a response to a post on the social media by the Executive Director of Nigerian Diaspora Direct Investment Summit, Mr Bimbo Roberts Folayan, stated earlier today that : "Everyone was entitled to express their opinions and they did, to the benefit or detriment of the country and its population. I think a reversal of expectations will always bring out strong feeling, but apart from a few blatant lies, there was not corruption or fraud... It is a shame that the leaders of the country, i.e. the educated, economically active, did not account for the majority. So what we have seen is the most underprivileged, the unemployed, the older/retired populations saying that they must be heard."
He further cited one of the best analysis of the vote that he has discovered, which is useful for basic understanding of the Brexit vote, from the source below...
"-A majority of those working full-time or part-time voted to remain in the EU; most of those not working voted to leave. More than half of those retired on a private pension voted to leave, as did two thirds of those retired on a state pension.
-Among private renters and people with mortgages, a small majority (55% and 54%) voted to remain; those who owned their homes outright voted to leave by 55% to 45%. Around two thirds of council and housing association tenants voted to leave.
-A majority (57%) of those with a university degree voted to remain, as 64% of those with a higher degree and more than four in five (81%) of those still in full time education. Among those whose formal education ended at secondary school or earlier, a large majority voted to leave.
- White voters voted to leave the EU by 53% to 47%. Two thirds (67%) of those describing themselves as Asian voted to remain, as did three quarters (73%) of black voters. Nearly six in ten (58%) of those describing themselves as Christian voted to leave; seven in ten Muslims voted to remain.
-The AB social group (broadly speaking, professionals and managers) were the only social group among whom a majority voted to remain (57%). C1s divided fairly evenly; nearly two thirds of C2DEs (64%) voted to leave the EU.
You can find the detail of this at
http://lordashcroftpolls.com/2016/06/how-the-united-kingdom-voted-and-why/
According to David, UK businesses will be re-evaluating their sales markets and working out where they can secure their future orders from. If there is any significant change in activity with Europe they will be forced to look elsewhere.
"Perhaps this is an opening for African Business leaders to offer their services and contacts in opening up new markets for them in Africa... It will not be for everyone, but there will be many not working in Africa  at the moment who will welcome new distribution partners", he added.
To be continued.

Lashley Oladigbolu is an accredited journalist of the World Bank Online Media Briefing Centre.

Press Statement of President of Senate, Bukola Saraki

Press Statement by President of Senate, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Senator Bukola Saraki - June 27, 2016


Today we the leaders of the Nigerian Senate reiterate our innocence against the charges filed by the Attorney General of the Federal Government of Nigeria at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court on the allegations of forgery of the Senate Standing Rules document.
In our view, the charges filed by the Attorney General represent a violation of the principle of the Separation of Powers between the Executive Branch and the Legislative Branch as enshrined in our Constitution.  Furthermore, it is farcical to allege that a criminal act occurred during Senate procedural actions and the mere suggestion demonstrates a desperate overreach by the office of the Attorney General. These trumped up charges is only another phase in the relentless persecution of the leadership of the Senate
This misguided action by the Attorney General begs the question, how does this promote the public interest and benefit the nation?  At a time when the whole of government should be working together to meet Nigeria’s many challenges, we are once again distracted by the Executive Branch’s inability to move beyond a leadership election among Senate peers. It was not an election of Senate peers and Executive Branch participants.
Over the past year the Senate has worked to foster good relations with the Executive Branch.  It is in all of our collective interests to put aside divisions and get on with the nation’s business.  We risk alienating and losing the support of the very people who have entrusted their national leaders to seek new and creative ways to promote a secure and prosperous Nigeria.  As leaders and patriots, it is time to rise above partisanship and to move forward together.
However, what has become clear is that there is now a government within the government of President Buhari who have seized the apparatus of Executive powers to pursue their nefarious agenda.
This latest onslaught on the Legislature represents a clear and present danger to the democracy Nigerians fought hard to win and preserve.  The suit filed on behalf of the Federal government suggests that perhaps some forces in the Federal Republic have not fully embraced the fact that the Senate’s rules and procedures govern how the legislative body adjudicates and resolves its own disputes.
Let it be abundantly clear, both as a   Press Statement by President of Senate, Bukola Saraki - June 27, 2016
Today we the leaders of the Nigerian Senate reiterate our innocence against the charges filed by the Attorney General of the Federal Government of Nigeria at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court on the allegations of forgery of the Senate Standing Rules document.
In our view, the charges filed by the Attorney General represent a violation of the principle of the Separation of Powers between the Executive Branch and the Legislative Branch as enshrined in our Constitution.  Furthermore, it is farcical to allege that a criminal act occurred during Senate procedural actions and the mere suggestion demonstrates a desperate overreach by the office of the Attorney General. These trumped up charges is only another phase in the relentless persecution of the leadership of the Senate
This misguided action by the Attorney General begs the question, how does this promote the public interest and benefit the nation?  At a time when the whole of government should be working together to meet Nigeria’s many challenges, we are once again distracted by the Executive Branch’s inability to move beyond a leadership election among Senate peers. It was not an election of Senate peers and Executive Branch participants.
Over the past year the Senate has worked to foster good relations with the Executive Branch.  It is in all of our collective interests to put aside divisions and get on with the nation’s business.  We risk alienating and losing the support of the very people who have entrusted their national leaders to seek new and creative ways to promote a secure and prosperous Nigeria.  As leaders and patriots, it is time to rise above partisanship and to move forward together.
However, what has become clear is that there is now a government within the government of President Buhari who have seized the apparatus of Executive powers to pursue their nefarious agenda.
This latest onslaught on the Legislature represents a clear and present danger to the democracy Nigerians fought hard to win and preserve.  The suit filed on behalf of the Federal government suggests that perhaps some forces in the Federal Republic have not fully embraced the fact that the Senate’s rules and procedures govern how the legislative body adjudicates and resolves its own disputes.
Let it be abundantly clear, both as a citizen and as a foremost Legislator, I will continue to rise above all the persecution and distraction that have been visited on me. In the words of Martin Luther King Junior, “the ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at a time of challenge and controversy”.
I will remain true and committed to the responsibilities that my citizenship and my office impose on me. Without doubt, the highest of those responsibilities is the steadfast refusal to surrender to the subversion of our democracy and the desecration of the Senate. This is a cross I am prepared to carry. If yielding to the nefarious agenda of a few individuals who are bent in undermining our democracy and destabilising the Federal government to satisfy their selfish interests is the alternative to losing my personal freedom, let the doors of jails be thrown open and I shall be a happy guest.
Signed
Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, CON
President, Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Monday, 27 June 2016

Exclusive: Whistleblower promises to expose major corruption in the EFCC

  [EXCLUSIVE]
By Adenike Lucas


A well-informed source who vowed to expose the acting chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) agency has denied that there is any "cover up" being orchestrated by the Presidential ‘kitchen cabinet staffs.'
In a twist of event, the former anti-graft officer who spoke to Adenike Lucas on the condition of anonymity, claimed that Ibrahim Magu who was allegedly linked to the ongoing arms fraud is "neck-deep" in corruption and is "trying really hard to secure his clearance from the Senate hence his reason to tarnish the image of the Abba Kyari, the Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, along with the Director General of the Department of State Security (DSS)".
A recent report accused Ibrahim Magu of being connected with a member of the Arms Probe Committee, Air Commodore Umar Muhammed (rtd.), who is said to have been arrested by the Department of State Service (DSS) for alleged fraud.
The news story published by This Day claiming that Muhammed (rtd.) was a front for an EFFC official stopped short of mentioning Magu and the current National Security Adviser Mohammed Babagana Monguno as the officials of the anti-graft agency whom Mr. Muhammed was allegedly fronting for.
This allegation has since been debunked by Wilson Uwujaren, EFCC's head of Media and Publicity.
In a statement issued by Uwujaren, Magu expressed that the act to link him to the arms fraud was corruption fighting back. He urged the Presidency to set up a high-powered inquiry to verify the claims of the report in view of the gravity of the issues."
But the source made it known that the current DSS DG Lawal Musa Daura was a kinsman of Nigeria's Commander-in-Chief of Armed forces, who would never sabotage the work of the President.
"This is not corruption fighting back, the brave whistleblower said. "Magu is only trying to preserve his job and that of his Godfather, Monguno who acquired a lot of properties in Abuja during Dr Goodluck Jonathan's administration." To elaborate on how embedded corruption is in the EFCC, he spoke on the matter that happened not too long ago when Senator Ike Ekweremadu was appointed an anti-corruption ambassador, the source revealed that the letter would have been seen and corrected by the chairman, Magu.
Defending the EFCC National Assembly Liaison Officer, Suleiman Bakari who gave the award, this informant who is known to Magu asked "why was the press team from the organisation invited if it was not authorised by Magu?"
Regular cadets at the commission have been unfairly laid off since the sack of the former chairman. The brave whistle blower known to Mr Magu revealed the depth at which things had taken for worse and the cover up attitude used by failing police staffs within the anti-corruption agency.
Ibrahim Magu and efcc logo copy
Acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, 
"Magu is not really serious about the anti-graft war". Otherwise, why did he suspend with impunity, five Regular Operatives of the EFCC, with one of the most senior even to Mr. Magu himself, for exposing the atrocities of the erstwhile boss of the agency, Mr Ibrahim Lamorde.
Describing the recent arrest of corrupt people as mind twisting, the source revealed that the acting chair is using the fight against corruption to convey selected information and indicators to audiences to influence their emotions, motives, and objective reasoning.
He claims that Magu is covering for his police colleague, Mr. Lamorde, who encouraged corrupt staff such as Suleiman Abdul, the Head of Intelligence and Special Operations Section, and one DCP. Mohammed Wakili, who fraudulently collected money from Pension cases under his investigation.
The source established a link between Saharah Reporters who recently claimed that Magu was about to be forced out by the DSS saying the the online news medium had always gotten its news from the EFCC since the days of Nuhu Ribadu.
According to him, Magu and Lamorde are "both Nuhu's boys". "They have Sahara in the palms."
denilucs@hotmail.com

Sunday, 26 June 2016

Story of Dubai Properties Owned By Nigerian Army Chief Is A Terrorist Strategy -Army

TEXT OF PRESS CONFERENCE HELD BY MAJOR GENERAL LEO IRABOR THEATRE COMMANDER OPERATION LAFIYA DOLE TODAY SATURDAY 25TH JUNE 2014 IN MAIDUGURI

Major General Leo Irabor
Maj. Gen Leo Irabor. Pic. Credit:  ChannelsTV


1. The attention of Theatre Command, Operation LAFIYA DOLE has been drawn to some issues in the online Sahara Reporters of 24 June 2016 with a story line on the allegation that the COAS and his wives own some properties in Dubai. The report among other vicious and smear campaign issues, impugned that some ‘concerned officers and soldiers in the North East’ allegedly wrote a petition on the state of affairs in the Operation LAFIYA DOLE. What a baseless, unfounded and wicked insinuation! It is for this reason that I call you today to clear issues as they affect Operation LAFIYA DOLE. The other issue regarding property in Dubai is outside my purview, but has been responded to appropriately by the Acting Director Army Public Relations.
2. For the avoidance of doubt, the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt Gen Tukur Yusuf Buratai, since assumption of office, has taken the affairs of Op LAFIYA DOLE to a level that showed unparalleled commitment to the operational effectiveness and good welfare of troops. For example, between January till now, the COAS has provided various quantities of ammunition types, vehicles and other equipment in the Theatre. He has equally provided uniforms and boots for all the troops in Op LAFIYA DOLE. The payment of allowances and other requirements have been regular and in most cases, up-front. The COAS’ regular visits to the frontline are well known to all. The aggregate impact of the efforts is the huge operational successes being recorded in the Theatre. The morale of troops has equally risen to a level that was never witnessed in the past.
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3. The report further imputed that the motorcycles inducted into Op LAFIYA DOLE and employed by the Motorcycle Battalion, were used and refurbished. What a sad tale of lies! When a report of that nature was received earlier, the COAS instituted a high-powered investigation by Military Police. The findings of the investigation team revealed that the motorcycles were brand new and were delivered in crates as knocked-down-parts. The technicians who fixed some of them, failed to tighten some knots firmly which was later rectified. Ever since, the motorcycles have proven useful in various operations.
4. The Motorcycle Battalion comprises trained counter-terrorist personnel, skilled in the use of motorcycles to enhance the capability of own forces to patrol, block routes, picket and pursue any remnants of the BHTs who usually use motorcycles in terrains where four-wheel vehicles cannot manouver. So, this has proved successful in the last major major Operation CRACK DOWN which has practically brought to an end the activities of the BHTs particularly along Maiduguri-Damboa-Biu and Damaturu-Buni Yadi Biu roads, which were opened to the public earlier in the year.

5. I consider this publication as part of the concerted, organised terrorist strategy to distract our winning spirit in the war against BHT. We will not lose traction. That is our resolve. All officers and soldiers in Op LAFIYA DOLE are committed and dogged in this resolve.
6. I call on all well-meaning Nigerians, especially those who reside in the North East, being the direct beneficiaries of the great gains made by troops of Op LAFIYA DOLE under the firm direction of COAS, Lt Gen TY Buratai, to condemn this siege on their conscience. I call you to condemn this callous and irresponsible act. The publication is an attack on the good efforts by the troops of Op LAFIYA DOLE. It should be resisted in its entirety and with the endowments at our disposal.

7. On that note, let me thank the general public and other stakeholders for the huge support rendered to Op LAFIYA DOLE. We remain committed to our mandates and would not be distracted by whatever means.

8. Thank you. 

LEO IRABOR
Major General
Theatre Commander
Operation LAFIYA DOLE

Friday, 24 June 2016

Nigerian Police Officers Must Declare Their Assets -Acting I-G

All officers from the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) to Inspector-General of Police, will henceforth declare their assets, the Acting Inspector-General of Police, Mr Ibrahim Idris, has declared. Idris made the statement on Thursday in Abuja when he paid a courtesy visit to the Minister of Interior, Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau (rtd).
He said that the directive was in line with Section 13 cap 15 Code of Conduct Act. “Every police officer from the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police to Inspector-General who are commission officers must declare their assets,“Idris said. He added that the directive would guide the conduct of police officers in carrying out their duties.
The police boss promised that under his administration, the integrity of the force would be further enhanced. “I assure you sir, that we will raise the integrity of the Nigeria Police Force to be more accountable to the people,“he said. The acting I-G added that under his command, the police would operate within the rule of law.
President Muhammadu Buhari (L) in a handshake with the new Acting IGP, IBRAHIM  
IDRIS, during a visit to the Presidential Villa in Abuja on Tuesday (21/6/16) 4523/21/6/2016/ICE/HB/NAN
President Muhammadu Buhari (L) in a handshake with the new Acting IGP, IBRAHIM IDRIS
He said that the presence of police officers would be felt in all villages and streets across the country. Responding, Dambazau urged the acting I-G to focus on the three key issues of corruption, economy and security for the success of this administration. “You have a lot of challenges as the chief law officer of the country,“he said.
The minister urged the new police boss to collaborate with other security agencies to address the issues of crimes and post conflict resolution in the North-East. “The post conflict resolution in the North-East has to be comprehensive and holistic,“he said. Dambazau advised his guest to carry everybody along and put the right persons in the positions of command commissioners and zonal commanders.
“No matter how smart you think you are, you cannot do it alone without the support of others,“he said, and advised Idris to make the welfare of his officers a priority. He assured him of the support of the ministry to discharge his mandate. In his inaugural speech, Idris said that the police under his administration would be guided by the international core values of policing.
Vanguard.

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

JNFLF alleges Army planning to overthrow Buhari's government !

Army planning to overthrow Buhari's government, says JNDLF
– The Joint Niger Delta Liberation Force (JNDLF), a body of different militant groups has warned President Muhammadu Buhari


– The group made this known on Tuesday, June 21 while revealing that some top army officers are planning to sack Buhari’s government through a coup d’├ętat JNDLF, which claimed responsibility for the threats issued on launching a missile attack which caused pandemonium in the Niger Delta region, stressed that people behind the coup plot were getting ready to instigate anarchy in the region, as part of their ulterior motive to overthrow Buhari’s government.

The militants revealed this in an electronic statement that some high ranking army officers were already involved in the plan of the coup, because they approached the leaders of their group, with an appeal that they should continue with the ongoing attacks on oil installations and petroleum pipelines.
JNDLF alleged that the “coup plotters” wanted to use the continued destruction of oil facilities as the real reason to overthrow the federal government.

The electronic statement released, was signed by those who identified themselves as ‘General’ Torunanaowei Latei (Creek Network Coordinator); ‘General’ Agbakakuro Owei-Tauro (Pipeline Bleeding Expert); ‘General’ Akotebe Darikoro (Commander, General Duties) and ‘General’ Pulokiri Ebikade (Intelligence Bureau). buhari's governmentThe militant group stated:
“We are constraint to let the cat out of the bag today that PresidentMohammadu Buhari should be wary about the security of this country as some military men are making move to remove him from power by instigating civil unrest in the country.
“Some top military men through their civil agents approached us to cause and continue the vandalization of the oil and gas pipelines in the Niger delta region so as to use as an excuse to take over the government from democracy to military rule in the country.
“We said no as such plan will not work and not in conformity with our genuine desire of agitation.The military want to disgrace him now and let him quickly look into the issues and make pronouncement for his administration to be in peace.
“Let president should analyze certain memo from the military concerning Niger delta region before taking action or otherwise the military will use that as a platform to remove him.
We know the issue of Niger delta is political and we preferred political solution to resolve it but if the president refused.”
Niger Delta militants The group further added that President Buhari should apply the necessary measures to solve the Niger Delta region problems, in order to for the ploy of these top military to fail. It said:
“We received several calls unknown to persuade us to continue the bombing and that when succeeded in overthrowing the government we will be placed on a better position, we said capital NO!
“When asked of their names they are above Major General’s level. They refused to disclose their names but their intonations seem like yoruba and Hausa. Our agitation is not for selfish interest but for the overall benefit of the Niger delta region.

buhari's government
President Muhammadu Buhari and chief of army staff, Lt Gen Tukur Buratai
“We’ll not kidnap any person, kill or hostage taking of any expatriate in the country but will continue our agitation with clear determination to actualize our course in Nigeria.
“We believe their sinister plan because their is ceasefire in the region for dialogue, but since then the attitude and actions of the service chiefs show that such plan could work for them.”
In a news that came up earlier on Wednesday, some groups of Niger Delta militants asked the federal government to be ready for more attacks in the oil-rich region of Nigeria as the two-week ceasefire between them and the government comes to an end.
Source: naij.com

LIST OF SUCCESSFUL NIGERIAN AIR FORCE DSSC CANDIDATES RECOMMENDED FOR INTERVIEW SCREENING

LIST OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES FOR 2016 NAF DSSC INTERVIEW SCREENING

DIRECT SHORT SERVICE COMMISSION 2016: LIST OF SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES SELECTED FOR INTERVIEW SCREENING
Under listed candidates, who applied for the NAF 2016 DSSC, were successful at the regional screening. They are therefore invited for the final selection interview scheduled to commence on 3 July 2016 at NAF Base, Mando Road Kawo, Kaduna. Candidates are to prepare to stay in Kaduna for about 7 days and to report with the following items:
• Original Credentials
• 2 White Vest
• 2 Blue PT Shorts
• 1 Pair of Canvas Shoe

Direct download link: http://tinyurl.com/zfvmds4

LIST OF SUCCESSFUL DSSC CANDIDATES RECOMMENDED FOR INTERVIEW SCREENING

ABIA STATE
Serial Applicant ID Name Sex Degree with Grade
(a) (b) (c ) (e) (h)
1 DSSC201618149 NDUKWE MATHEW SAMUEL MALE HND BUILDING TECH
2 DSSC201606568 SUNDAY CHRISTOPHER UKA MALE HND
3 DSSC201626136 PRECIOUS IHEUKWUMERE IKONNE MALE BSc NURSING
4 DSSC201607615 EMEKA NKEMKA IHEUKWUMERE MALE BSC ARCHITECTURE
5 DSSC201638530 CHINEMEREM CHINEDUM IHEANACHO MALE BSc STATISTICS
6 DSSC201604552 DAVID NKEMUAKOLAM ONUMEAGBU MALE HND Elect/Elect
7 DSSC201653406 CHIBUEZE IKE MALE BSC BUILDING/REG PLANNING
8 DSSC201604610 UZOMA CHIBUIKEM AKWARA MALE Bsc Sociology
9 DSSC201613851 CHIGOZIE BABANGIDA ANYASOR MALE BSc Med Radiography
10 DSSC201683296 IHEANYI JOHN ORJI MALE MBBS
11 DSSC201685823 CHINAZO IROKANULO FEMALE BMLS
12 DSSC201631191 CHINEDU OTI MALE BSC ED CHEMS


ADAMAWA STATE
1 DSSC201610358 BONGSHI IBRAHIM MALE HND ELECT/ ELECT
2 DSSC201636832 LABAN DANZARIA MALE B TECH
3 DSSC201610612 ABDULRAHMAN ADAMU MALE BSc INFO TECH
4 DSSC201619917 ENOCK SAMUEL MALE B.TECH
5 DSSC201674891 ABUBAKAR KAPO HASSAN MALE BSc
6 DSSC201623155 ADARKI W. PONGRI MALE BSc Pharmacy
7 DSSC201604611 ABDULQADIR JADA MAHMUDU MALE B.ENGR
8 DSSC201679136 AYMAN HAYATU MALE BSc
9 DSSC201672181 IJIDAI JOHN MALE HND
10 DSSC201610055 ABUBAKAR DIKKO MALE LLB/BL
11 DSSC201631596 JUNAIDU TUKUR BELLO MALE B.Sc MLS
12 DSSC201682857 AMINU IBRAHIM DILLI MALE BSc Comp Software Networking
13 DSSC201611535 ENOCH MAGDALENE FEMALE HND COMP SCI




AKWA IBOM STATE
1 DSSC201602834 INI SUNDAY UDO MALE HND MECH ENG
2 DSSC201640045 A MONDAY EFFIONG MALE HND COMPUTER ENGR
3 DSSC201676729 ELIJAH KENNEDY BEN MALE B.ENG EEE
4 DSSC201629345 IMAOBONG MONDAY UDOH FEMALE B.MS MED LAB SCI
5 DSSC201605704 NSIKAN FRIDAY BASSEY MALE HND E. ELECT. ENGR
6 DSSC201617693 IDORENYIN FRANCIS UMANA MALE HND QUNTITY SURVEYING
7 DSSC201623129 GODWIN FRIDAY EDOHO MALE BA (LAW)
8 DSSC201600483 EDIDIONG EMMANUEL ASUQUO MALE BSC BUILDING SCIENCE
9 DSSC201635072 OTOBONG UDO BEN FEMALE BMLS
10 DSSC201602034 USEN EFFANGA USEN MALE MBBS
11 DSSC201679953 UNYIME SUNDAY JASPER MALE BMR
12 DSSC201666121 GRACE EFFIONG JOSHUA FEMALE HND ENVIRON HEALTH


ANAMBRA STATE
1 DSSC201630576 OLISAEMEKA CHRISTOPHER
ANANWUNE MALE HND MECH ENGR
2 DSSC201613552 JAMES CHIGOZIE NWACHUYA MALE B.ENG MECH ENG
3 DSSC201661576 FRANCIS FRANK NWANKWO MALE HND RADAR ENGINEERING
4 DSSC201624902 JULIAN KENECHUKWU ARINZE MALE HND Elect/Elect
5 DSSC201625876 CHINEDU ANTHONY MBONU MALE B.eng ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGR
6 DSSC201685839 BENJAMIN OSONDU ONUORAH MALE HND COMPUTER SCIENCE
7 DSSC201650443 TOCHUKWU VICTOR CHUKWUDUMEME MALE HND Elect/ Elect
8 DSSC201606461 BETHRAND UZOMA OKAFOR MALE B.Eng MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
9 DSSC201623583 CHUKWUMA LOIUS CHUKWUKA MALE B.ENG ELEC ELECT
10 DSSC201632284 KOSISOCHUKWU CHIBUEZE EZEKAFOR MALE B.ED MATHS
11 DSSC201623087 EMMANUEL CHUKWU UDEGBUNAM MALE BLL LLB
12 DSSC201631776 CHINWEOKE NNEAMAKA OGBALU FEMALE BSC SOCIOLOGY
13 DSSC201698128 EMMANUEL CHIAGOZIE ONYEJEKWE MALE BA THEOLOGY

BAUCHI STATE
1 DSSSC201626491 ISYAKA AHMED JIBRIN MALE BSc Bus Info Sys
2 DSSC201620547 USMAN SANI MALE DOCTOR OF VETERINARY
3 DSSC201619431 TIMOTHY LINUS MALE HND HOSPITALITY MANAGER
4 DSSC201616201 SIRAJO AHMED JIBRIN MALE B.Sc Network Technology
5 DSSC201655558 IMRANA DAN'AZUMI MALE BSc Info Tech IT Progam
6 DSSC201600656 SADDAM SALISU GARBA MALE B.Eng Mech
7 DSSC201629727 MUHAMMAD ISAH KABIR MALE B.Sc. Q S
8 DSSC201608582 GIDAS SUNDAY JOSHUA MALE B.Tech
9 DSSC201619456 ISHAYA ALHAMDU MALE B.Tech
10 DSSC201601663 IBRAHIM ILIYASU MALE Edu. English
11 DSSC201620898 RILWANU GIDADO MOH MALE B.Tech
12 DSSC201666151 KABIRU ABDULKADIR MALE B.sc INFO TECH

BAYELSA STATE
1 DSSC201630115 TARIERE GODFREY TINKORAGHA FEMALE BSC STATISTICS
2 DSSC201627744 BOYELAYEFA SOPHIA ATTI FEMALE HND COMP. SCI
3 DSSC201617185 MACAULAY ENIEKEBI MALE HND ENV HEALTH TECH
4 DSSC201640433 EPHRAIM AYIBAKURO SUOBITE MALE MBBS
5 DSSC201620713 EBIWENI ABIGAIL ENAREGHA FEMALE B.sc HUMAN RESOURCE MGT
6 DSSC201657758 BASILA INIE ALLAGOA FEMALE B.NURSING SCI
7 DSSC201618464 EREKEDOUMENE JEFFREY MADUKU MALE MBBS
8 DSSC201639028 ZILAYEFA JOSEPH MACAULAY MALE B.ED CHEMISTRY
9 DSSC201637926 TUBOKEYE KELVIN AKASAH MALE BSC SOCIOLOGY
10 DSSC201626068 CYRIL EBI AKPOFURE MALE BMLS
11 DSSC201604609 OYINTARE YOLANDA KEBOH FEMALE MSC HRM
12 DSSC201603090 SARAH WORIPIRE GEORGE FEMALE BSC. COMP. SCI
13 DSSC201624384 BOYE TARE BLESSING FEMALE BSC STATISTICS

BENUE STATE
1 DSSC201608615 JOSEPH OCHE AGADA MALE BSC STATISTIC
2 DSSC201612921 HELEN ORI OCHEPA FEMALE B.TECH
3 DSSC201626558 MONDAY EMMANUEL JOHNSON MALE HND Qty Suvy
4 DSSC201600944 HEMBADOON LINDA AGBECHA FEMALE BSc ED TECH
5 DSSC201615171 TERHEMBA GWER MALE BSc B/TECH
6 DSSC201626263 TERNA PETER ASHI MALE BSc MEC ENGR
7 DSSC201607571 EJEMBI AMBROSE EJEMBI MALE B.Sc SOCIO
8 DSSC201614946 ABRAHAM TAVERSHIMA ALAKI MALE BSc PSY
9 DSSC201676339 VICTORIA ELACHI AGHOGHOVIA FEMALE HND Comm Health Offr
10 DSSC201631357 JOHNSON ODEH EDEH MALE BSC E/ELECT
11 DSSC201619704 JAMES IJOGO OGBILE MALE BSc SOCIO ANTHRO
12 DSSC201609050 INALEGWU ADOLE MALE SOFTWARE ENGR
13 DSSC201606533 AUDU FELIX ENENCHE MALE BSc MATHS COMP

BORNO STATE
1 DSSC201600465 AMINU CHARA MUSA MALE BSC INFOR TECH
2 DSSC201652597 BELLO ABDULLAHI BELLO MALE BA ISLAMIC STUDIES
3 DSSC201601646 ULARAM JETI KUMANGGAR MALE B.Ed Maths
4 DSSC201603228 SANUSI LIMAN SHETTIMA MALE BA
5 DSSC201614135 RUKAIYA SHUAIBU BURATAI FEMALE BSc Chemistry Edu
6 DSSC201605539 MUSTAPHA NIL SHETTIMA MALE BSc Comp Engr
7 DSSC201605386 MOHAMMED TIJJANI GREMA MALE BSC MATH EDUCATION
8 DSSC201611417 SALEH RAMAT HALA MALE LLB
9 DSSC201621985 ADAMU UMAR MALE B. Tech Building
10 DSSC201604926 MICAH IJUDIGAL MAIWANDO MALE BSc ADMIN/PERS
11 DSSC201606022 ABDULLAHI USMAN BUTU MALE BSc Radiography
12 DSSC201614410 ARI DOMINIC GAMARAJA MALE ADMIN/PERS

CROSS RIVER STATE
1 DSSC201683576 FRIDAY ABANG AGBOR MALE HND PURCHASING/SUP
2 DSSC201610275 OBENKE PATRICK EYONG FEMALE B.Tech Qty Suvy
3 DSSC201627660 CHRISTIAN TAKUM AKUBA MALE HND E/ELECT
4 DSSC201609348 SUNDAY OKOI SUNDAY MALE BSc. Comp Science
5 DSSC201607562 JAMES AGI OGAR MALE BA Eng Edu
6 DSSC201621843 FIDEL AJU OGAR MALE BSC ARCHITECTURE
7 DSSC201617462 ENYA MANYO EDU MALE BSC EDN
8 DSSC201669675 EMMANUEL FRIDAY ENYI MALE B.ENG ELECT/ELECT
9 DSSC201633984 VINCENT EDOGI IGBO MALE HND MECH ENG
10 DSSC201670318 FRIDAY PETER USANG MALE B.ED CHEM
11 DSSC201608872 CLEMENT JOSEPH ASHU MALE HND Human Resources Mgt
12 DSSC201617045 PRECIOUS SAMPSON AUSTIN MALE LLB.LAW

\DELTA STATE
1 DSSC201664873 MICHEAL CHUKWUDI ODINFONO MALE HND MECH ENG
2 DSSC201661053 JERRY OBINNA CHUKWUJI MALE HND Stat
3 DSSC201659389 JOSHUA UCHE OKOGBA MALE HND MECH ENG
4 DSSC201626474 CHUKWUNWEIKE OSUWE MALE HND Mech Eng
5 DSSC201685453 SAMUEL ANINYEI MALE HND EE
6 DSSC201685293 ANDREW AKPOME OMODAJI MALE HND Comp Sci
7 DSSC201626723 EMUVOKE MATHEW OTITEH MALE Bsc Ed Chem
8 DSSC201600306 DANIEL IFECHUKWUDE CHIAZOR MALE B.SC BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS
9 DSSC201617131 IFEOMA AMANDA AWABUWA FEMALE Bsc.(ED) CHEMISTRY
10 DSSC201604876 JOSHUA OGHENERUEMU UKPEDE MALE HND Elect Elect
11 DSSC201633232 ONYEKA ETUOKWU MALE HND ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS
12 DSSC201621402 OROBOSA EVRORO MALE HND Mech Eng

EBONYI STATE
1 DSSC201624927 SAMPSON CHINWEOLU OSI MALE HND PURCHASING &SUPPLY
2 DSSC201626169 FRIDAY AFIOGU OGAH NWOPU MALE HND AIRCRAFT ENGR TECH
3 DSSC201640503 IKECHUKWU OTU ALUM MALE HND ELECT. ELECT. ENGR
4 DSSC201618724 INNOCENT CHIGOZIE AJAH MALE B.SC HOSPITALITY MANAGER
5 DSSC201640934 KENNEDY EMEKA OBASI MALE HND ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGR
6 DSSC201648464 COMFORT EZICHI OGBONNAYA FEMALE HND Elect/ Elect Engr
7 DSSC201630519 MICHAEL AFAMEFUNA NWEKE MALE B. PHARM
8 DSSC201674732 ANGELA AKANELE ISU FEMALE HND HOTEL AND CATERING MGT
9 DSSC201678278 EKUMA GABRIEL OTU MALE MBBS/PRIMARY
10 DSSC201634138 AMADI OWORA AMADI MALE MBBS MEDICINE AND SURGERY
11 DSSC201610918 ONU EZE ANIEZI MALE BSc Arch
12 DSSC201606401 AUGUSTINE OKPARA OFOR MALE B Eng Automotive Eng

EDO STATE
1 DSSC201603423 ELVIS OMOAKA MALE HND ELECT/ELECT ENG
2 DSSC201655649 ABRAHAM SMART ESAN MALE HND COMP SCI
3 DSSC201607135 ERIC TITO EBOEKHAPHI MALE HND Mech Eng
4 DSSC201634619 ABDULRASHEED ABDULAI MALE HND Mech-Eng
5 DSSC201629086 IBRAHIM SEDI TIJANI MALE HND MECH ENG
6 DSSC201614768 MAURICE OSARO IDEMUDIA MALE HND Elect/Elect
7 DSSC201677441 IFEANYI ORIHU MALE HND Mech Eng
8 DSSC201603049 YAKUBU BABANGIDA ABUBAKAR MALE HND Mech-Eng
9 DSSC201677507 ONOBUMEH APOLOGUN BALOGUN MALE HND BUILDING TECHNOLOGY
10 DSSC201615802 EKPEN OTOIBHILI FEMALE LLB,BL
11 DSSC201642845 EHIKIOYA SOLOMON AKHIDUE MALE HND Building Tech
12 DSSC201666043 NEHIKHARE ADRIAN UGIAGBE MALE B.Dental Surg

EKITI STATE
1 DSSC201625791 FEMI J AGUNBIADE MALE HND Elect/Elect
2 DSSC201601366 AYODEJI STEPHEN AKINYEMI MALE HND ELECT ELECT
3 DSSC201622458 IDOWU SUNDAY AINA MALE HND ENVIROMENTAL HEALTH TECH
4 DSSC201609768 DELE EMMANUEL AJAYI MALE BSC PSY
5 DSSC201606939 ADERONKE RACHAEL OJO FEMALE B.Sc STATISTICS
6 DSSC201627993 SAMSON TOPE OGUNJEMILA MALE BSc Statistic
7 DSSC201631236 BOLAJI DEBORAH IBOSIOLA FEMALE B.PT PHYSIOTHERAPY
8 DSSC201602357 KOLAWOLE TEMITOPE OLADIMEJI MALE RN NURSING SCIENCE
9 DSSC201632465 ADENIRAN OLUWASEUN TAIWO MALE B.Sc PSYCHOLOGY
10 DSSC201609828 OLUSOLA ABE MALE B.sc COMPUTER SCIENCE
11 DSSC201630628 OLUWATOBI RICHARD OGUNBIYI MALE LLB
12 DSSC201611595 OLUWAFI SAMUEL OMOTOLA MALE HND E/ELECT

ENUGU STATE
1 DSSC201644112 JOHNPAUL ANICHI MALE HND Elect/ Elect Engr
2 DSSC201622001 CHUKWUEMEKA LAWRENCE ANI MALE BSc Statistic
3 DSSC201644018 OKECHUKWU AYODELE OFFOR MALE B.PHARM PHARMACY
4 DSSC201611374 MAXIMUS IFESINACHI ANIOKE MALE HND EE
5 DSSC201657691 CHIJIOKE KELVIN EZE MALE BSC MECH ENG
6 DSSC201601768 IFEDIORA GERALD CHUKWU MALE B.ENG COMPUTER ENGINEERING
7 DSSC201633445 CHUKWUANUGO ALUTAOJI MALE HND COMP SCI
8 DSSC201627935 WILLIAMS ARINZE ONUOHA MALE LLB
9 DSSC201603611 CHIOMA NKECHINYERE ENEH FEMALE HND COMPUTER ENGR
10 DSSC201637986 CLEMENT CHUKWU MALE B.TECH ED ELECT TECH
11 DSSC201636246 NNANNA JEFF EJIOGU MALE HND ARCHITECTURE
12 DSSC201637384 NNAEMEKA KINGSLEY AGU MALE BSC PSYCOLOGY
13 DSSC201646820 IMMACULATA ANULIKA OZOUDE FEMALE B Optom
14 DSSC201625604 ALPHONSUS OGBODO MALE mech engr


FCT
1 DSSC201662393 ABDULRASHEED OHINOYI ISAH MALE BSc Sociology
2 DSSC201607005 BEKITDA BLESSING WIKA FEMALE HND PERS MGT
3 DSSC201609943 NDAGI MOHAMMED MALE B.Sc. Sociology
4 DSSC201656075 FRANCA AGOR FEMALE BSc SOCIOLOGY
5 DSSC201684317 ABUBAKAR SADIQ ALHASSAN MALE Bsc.ed ENGLISH LANGUAGE
6 DSSC201685595 ISAH ABDULLAHI MALE BSc Sociology
7 DSSC201653851 HAMZA MUSA SALIHU MALE HND AC ENG TECH
8 DSSC201608222 SALIFU YUNUSA JIBRIN MALE B.Sc. Statistics Comp
9 DSSC201624989 JOSEPH ISEDE SAMPSON MALE HND DENTAL TECHNOLOGY

GOMBE STATE
1 DSSC201671211 YILA TOKARA NADELA MALE Doc Vet Med
2 DSSC201666438 ABDULMAJEED YUSUF MALE PGD Mech Engr
3 DSSC201682500 ASAPH WAKILI ANTHONY MALE HND ELECT ELECT
4 DSSC201665231 SANI A. HAYATU MALE BSc ED CHEM
5 DSSC201633629 MUSA WUYO MUHAMMED MALE B.ENG
6 DSSC201649839 DALHATU MOHAMMED BODERI MALE Sociology
7 DSSC201622780 AYUBA KWASAKO DANBURAM MALE B.Eng RADAR ENGR
8 DSSC201624360 ZAHARADDEEN ZAKARI YAU MALE B.PHARM
9 DSSC201622442 JACOB GURE-GURE EDWARD MALE HND ADMIN
10 DSSC201652252 KILANG YILA BALA MALE BNSC
11 DSSC201677397 EMMANUEL BABALE ILIYA MALE HND Purchasing & Supp
12 DSSC201614545 MELA RICHARD WADA MALE MBBS

IMO STATE
1 DSSC201663060 CHINEDU ISHMAEL URUKWEM MALE B. PHARM
2 DSSC201601786 ISRAEL KELECHI NZOROMOBI MALE HND E/ELECT
3 DSSC201645846 CHUKWUEMEKA JOHN NWADIOHA MALE B.ENG MATERIAL AND METALUGICAL ENG
4 DSSC201662190 JOHNPAUL CHITURU OGUGUO MALE B TECH INFO TECH
5 DSSC201609185 PERPETUA CHINYERE ALAEKWE FEMALE BMLS
6 DSSC201644944 TOBECHUKWU COLLINS NWAIWU MALE B.SC SOCIOLOGY
7 DSSC201617725 IFEDY WILLIAMS AKAMERE MALE BSC EDN CHEMISTRY
8 DSSC201607923 CHIKA PASCALINA ONUOHA FEMALE OPTOMETRIST
9 DSSC201631883 CHRISTOGONUS SAMSON UWALAKA MALE Bsc Com-Sci
10 DSSC201607692 LARRY UGONNA EMENOGU MALE LLB
11 DSSC201633519 CHUKWUEMEKA MICHAEL UDOM MALE B.ENG. ELECT. ELECT. ENGINEERING
12 DSSC201665388 GODSWILL OKECHUKWU NWOKOROBIA MALE Bsc Sociology

JIGAWA STATE
1 DSSC201639499 ISAH MUSA KAZAURE MALE HND Mech Eng
2 DSSC201652181 AUWAL SANI MALE B.Sc. Comp. Sci. Network
3 DSSC201613740 MUAZU MANSUR BAWA MALE BSc Sociology
4 DSSC201608152 ABUBAKAR AHMED MALE HND HRM
5 DSSC201612994 KABIRU KASSIM HARUNA MALE MBBS
6 DSSC201681157 DAUDA ALIYU MALE MBBS
7 DSSC201619438 AUWALU ALHASSAN MALE BL,LLB
8 DSSC201611926 HUSSAINI NURUDDEN WURIWA MALE B. HRM
9 DSSC201608304 SALISU MUHAMMAD WAKLI MALE B.Sc. Ed chemistry
10 DSSC201601047 MANSUR LIMAN MALE B.Sc. Sociology
11 DSSC201623562 SALIHU MURTALA GALADIMA MALE BSc Chemistry
12 DSSC201623354 IBRAHIM MUHAMMAD KANYA MALE BSc Statistics


KADUNA STATE
1 DSSC201643746 GODWIN AARON MALE HND Elect/Elect
2 DSSC201632863 AUTA EMMANUEL ADAMU MALE BSc Sociology
3 DSSC201642977 SALAHUDDEEN ISAH MALE BSc Sociology
4 DSSC201603633 MAMMAN KATOH MALE HND Qty Suvy
5 DSSC201623857 BASHIR ILIYASU UMAR MALE BSc Building
6 DSSC201636343 SULEIMAN ABDULLAHI MALE HND COMP SCI
7 DSSC201658609 ZUBAIRU ABDULLAHI UMAR MALE HND HEALTH RECORD
8 DSSC201603481 ABDULWAHAB ABDULWASIU MALE BSC INTER STUDIES
9 DSSC201681924 ABRAHAM BARDE MALE BSc Chemistry
10 DSSC201610181 HARUNA DAHIRU MALE BSc Sociology
11 DSSC201633295 SADIQ ABUBAKAR AMINU MALE BSc Comp Science
12 DSSC201644382 NUHU BAKO ALIYU MALE MBBS
13 DSSC201642323 GLORIA HUSAINI SAIDU FEMALE RN RM
14 DSSC201616452 SALEH HADI UMAR MALE HND COMP SCI



KANO STATE
1 DSSC201638235 UTHMAN ABDULLAHI UMAR MALE HND ELECT/ELECT
2 DSSC201670652 NAZIRU JIBRIL MUSA MALE HND Elect/Elect
3 DSSC201647841 ISMAIL FAROUK LABARAN MALE Msc Comm Engr B Eng
4 DSSC201664954 ABUBAKAR SADIQ MOHAMMAD MALE Msc Elect Elect
5 DSSC201685725 ISMAIL MUHAMMAD KABIR MALE B info Tech
6 DSSC201630968 USMAN KHALIFA MALE B. Info Tech
7 DSSC201665469 UMAR YAKUBU MOHAMMED MALE B Tech Info Tech ,Network Mgt
8 DSSC201606227 SA'IFULLAHI KABIRU MALE BSC ELECT/ELECT
9 DSSC201634308 ABDULLAHI GAMBALE MANSUR MALE BSc Info Tech
10 DSSC201606482 ABUBAKAR IBRAHIM MALE BSc English Edu
11 DSSC201602133 ABDULRAHMAN NASIR AHMED MALE BSc Sociology
12 DSSC201644196 FARDEEN MUHAMMAD ALIYU MALE BSc Maths


KATSINA STATE
1 DSSC201628396 ABDULSALAM AHMED MALE MSC SOFT WARE ENGR
2 DSSC201611332 MUHAMMAD MAHMUD MALE HND Purchasing & Supply
3 DSSC201624658 ABUBAKAR SADIQ TUKUR MALE B Tech Qty Survey
4 DSSC201610952 SHAMSUDDEEN LAWAL MALE BSc Mech Engr
5 DSSC201608274 SANI IBRAHIM MALE HND MECH ENG
6 DSSC201655412 SAHABI MUSA MALE HND Environ Health
7 DSSC201601574 ISAH HUSSAINI MALE HND Human Res Mgt
8 DSSC201641396 BELLO MOHAMMED INUWA MALE BLL CIVIL LAW
9 DSSC201656209 AHMED UMAR ABUBAKAR MALE BSc Mech Engr
10 DSSC201655138 AHMED RUFA'I ISAH MALE LLB Law
11 DSSC201680284 KABIR MUHAMMAD YAHAYA MALE BSc Chem Edu
12 DSSC201609791 ISAH KAITA MUSTAPHA MALE BSc Ed Maths

KEBBI STATE
1 DSSC201608341 BASHAR MUHAMMAD MALE B.sc SOCIOLOGY
2 DSSC201609783 KABIRU ALWASA MUSA MALE B. ED ENG
3 DSSC201609013 USMAN BUNZA MOHAMMED MALE MBBS
4 DSSC201613536 RILWANU DABAI ISYAKU MALE HND MECH ENG
5 DSSC201610668 MUBARAK MUSA MALE B.sc Ed Maths
6 DSSC201633811 JAMILU YUSUF MALE B.sc Ed Maths
7 DSSC201642473 NASIRU ALIERO SANI MALE B.sc PHARMACY
8 DSSC201658452 YUNUSA IBRAHIM MALE HND LAB SCIENCE
9 DSSC201648090 MAHMUD MUSTAPHA IBRAHIM MALE LLB & BL
10 DSSC201637089 ABDULWAHAB ABUBAKAR MALE RN/RPN
11 DSSC201613773 SALIHU . LUQMAN MALE BSC EDU ELECT ELECT
12 DSSC201676529 NICHOLAS MARCUS BULUS MALE BSC ELECT ELECT ENGR

KOGI STATE
1 DSSC201629671 MUHAMMED ADINOYI ISA MALE B DENTAL SURGERY.
2 DSSC201667767 SANUSI MOMOH MALE HND HRM
3 DSSC201652788 OJODALE AUGUSTINE AKOR MALE B.ED MATHS
4 DSSC201662354 JEROME OLUWADAMILOLA BAIYEGUNHI MALE BTECH COMP. ENGR
5 DSSC201658002 OLUWADAMILARE TOBECHUKWU
TOLUHI MALE B.SC HRM
6 DSSC201630978 ABDULMALEEQ OMEIZA ENEJIYON MALE HND Mech Engr
7 DSSC201636928 HABIB ONORUOYIZA MUHAMMED MALE HND Statistics
8 DSSC201613254 SAMUEL OJONUGWA SANNI MALE B. ENG MECH ENGR
9 DSSC201612126 DAVID TEMITOPE JOHN MALE HND MECHANICAL ENGIEERING
TECH
10 DSSC201641033 SIDIKAT ETUDAIYE FEMALE BSc Ed Chem
11 DSSC201626770 OSHEIMOH STEPHEN ENESI MALE HND QS
12 DSSC201647005 FRIDAY KARIMU MALE HND PREV HELTH
13 DSSC201609510 JOSEPH OGIRIMA OVOSI MALE MBBS,PGD Stat FMC, PC Consult

KWARA STATE
1 DSSC201663955 SULAIMON BOLAKALE ABDULGANIYU MALE HND ELEC/ELEC ENGR
2 DSSC201621105 TIJANI AYINDE ABDULLAHI MALE HND ELEC ENGR
3 DSSC201639151 MUKAILA AFOLABI HUSSEIN MALE HND COMPUTER ENGR
4 DSSC201606074 UMAR AYODEJI YUSUF MALE HND E/ELECT ENGR
5 DSSC201615670 ABDULRASAK ONAGUN MALE HND ELECT/ELECT
6 DSSC201614472 ISMAILA IBRAHIM USMAN MALE LL B/BL
7 DSSC201615559 TOMISIN JOEL ASHAOLU MALE HND Statistics
8 DSSC201614593 TUNJI LAWAL ELETU MALE B.TECH ELECT/ELECT
9 DSSC201674548 AFOLABI EMMANUEL FATIGUN MALE HND COMP SCI
10 DSSC201632643 ABDULRAZAQ YUSUF MOHAMMED MALE B.Ed
11 DSSC201622964 ABDULMUTALIB SHEGUN HAMED MALE HND Mech Engr
12 DSSC201660928 SULEIMAN OLAIDE LAWAL MALE B TECH ARCHITECTURE

LAGOS STATE
1 DSSC201654054 SARAH BUKOLA ADELAJA FEMALE HND Ac Eng
2 DSSC201664243 JOSHUA AYODEJI ITIOLU MALE B SC INFO TECH
3 DSSC201626791 OLALEKAN SAHEED IBRAHIM MALE B.eng MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
4 DSSC201634828 QUDUS OLAWALE OSHUN MALE HND QUANTITY SURVEYING
5 DSSC201603836 TOLULOPE ELIZABETH AKERELE FEMALE LLB
6 DSSC201647626 MUSA ABIODUNDE TELE IMAM MALE B.sc , M.sc SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
7 DSSC201601709 SEGUN MUSTAPHA ABIOYE MALE B.sc NUTRITION AND DIETETICS
8 DSSC201671811 OLABISI MAUSI BANKOLE FEMALE B.sc ed ENGLISH LANGUAGE
9 DSSC201657824 ANUKEJI OJO MONSURU MALE B.sc HRM
10 DSSC201652510 DAMILOLA ANUOLUWAPO BANKALE FEMALE RN NURSING
11 DSSC201621911 DAYO CHARLES OBASUYI MALE HND SUPPLY
12 DSSC201638513 OLUWATOSIN ZAINAB IDRIS FEMALE DOC OPTOM

NASSARAWA STATE
1 DSSC201616684 JEREMIAH ISHAYA DOGONZO MALE HND Elect Elect
2 DSSC201600327 ABBA MUSA MALE BSc Building Tech
3 DSSC201603106 ALAMIN ISA BELLO MALE BSc Electrical Engr
4 DSSC201617980 AYAKA DAVID KOTSO MALE BLL
5 DSSC201681675 AMINU MAGAJI MOHAMMED MALE HND HRM
6 DSSC201654956 HADIZAT MERCY DANJUMA FEMALE HND Hospital Mgt
7 DSSC201606831 SHAMSUDEEN BABA ABDULLAHI MALE B.PHARM
8 DSSC201605170 JEREMIAH OYIGOCHO OIGANJI MALE MMBS
9 DSSC201629029 FAROUK UMAR ABUBAKAR MALE B.SC
10 DSSC201667336 ABDULLAHI MUHAMMAD SANI MALE MBBS
11 DSSC201624672 AHMED JERRY ABAH MALE B.Sc Maths
12 DSSC201608902 UMBUGADU FRANCIS ANZAKU MALE BSc Sociology


NIGER STATE
1 DSSC201646178 UMAR MUSA MALE B Eng Elect Comp Engr
2 DSSC201648252 ALIYU ALHAJI SULEIMAN MALE BSc Edu Math
3 DSSC201602125 DIMAS GANA YISA MALE B TECH MECH ENGR
4 DSSC201602283 YUNUSA ETSU-NDAGI MALE BSc Network Engineering, MSC Inform Tech
5 DSSC201672082 MUHAMMAD USMAN ALKALI MALE BSc Nursing
6 DSSC201610407 HASSAN MOHAMMED MALE MBA
7 DSSC201636074 JOSEPH MAITALA MALE HND Purchasing & Supply
8 DSSC201608714 AISHA MOHAMMED UMAR FEMALE MBA HRM
9 DSSC201647112 MUHAMMAD MUKTAR HASSAN MALE B.Pharm
10 DSSC201612405 SAIDU AHMED MALE BSc Nursing
11 DSSC201624468 ABUBAKAR SADIQ MOHAMMED MALE MBBS, MDCN
12 DSSC201602347 USMAN MOHAMMED WAZIRI MALE B TECH FOOD SCIENCE AND NUT
13 DSSC201600189 SULEIMAN SULEIMAN MALE BSC STATISTICS


OGUN STATE
1 DSSC201638966 IBRAHIM OLADIPUPO ADEGBOYEGA MALE HND STATISTICS
2 DSSC201670711 WASIU OLAJUWON OSISANYA MALE HND Elect/Elect
3 DSSC201659132 MOSES OLAYINKA OYEDELE MALE BSC STATS
4 DSSC201661276 WASIU ADEWALE AKEEM MALE MBBS
5 DSSC201663016 TEMILOLA JOHN SOYEMI MALE B.Sc STATISTICS
6 DSSC201605244 OLAYINKA ABIKE ABIDEMI AWOFODU FEMALE MBBS,BACHELOR OF MEDICINE, BACHELOR OF SURGERY
7 DSSC201611078 OLUKEMI ADENIKE SANYAOLU FEMALE B.Sc PSYCHOLOGY
8 DSSC201610011 IBRAHIM OLATEJU SHOGE MALE BSc Sociology
9 DSSC201646028 FAOZIYAT ADEOLA ATORO FEMALE HND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY
10 DSSC201631719 DELE TOPE LAWAL MALE HND Pur & Sup
11 DSSC201616332 OLAWALE OLUGBENGA OYEBOLA MALE MBBS
12 DSSC201618154 FAITH OLUWAYEMISI OLUWATUMISILE FEMALE RN, RM
13 DSSC201600420 ADEROJU OLOWOKANDE OGUNDALU MALE BSc Comp Science
14 DSSC201643419 BASHIR OLAMIJI LAWAL MALE BSC

ONDO STATE
1 DSSC201603695 ABIODUN FELIX AGIDI MALE B.COMP APP
2 DSSC201685013 ITUNUOLUWA DANIEL AKINKUGBE MALE HND COMPUTER SCIENCE
3 DSSC201607359 OLASUNKANMI JOEL ADEBOYE MALE HND PURCHASING & SUPPLY
4 DSSC201618948 TEMITOPE ISRAEL OGEDENGBE MALE MBBS
5 DSSC201647880 TAJUDEEN OJO OLABINJO MALE HND SURVEYING AND GEOINFORMATICS
6 DSSC201600748 ABIDEMI ALABI MALE HND BUILDING TECHNOLOGY
7 DSSC201617405 FOLASADE ADETOLA ADEWOLE FEMALE BSC MEDICAL LAB. SCIENCE
8 DSSC201626755 ADEBOLA ADEJUMOKE ADEWOLE FEMALE BSC MEDICAL LAB. SCIENCE
9 DSSC201666446 OLAWALE ABDULRASHEED TALABI MALE HND ENVR HEALTH
10 DSSC201660318 TOPE CHARLES FASORANTI MALE BSC DENTAL SURGERY
11 DSSC201652566 ADENIYI ADEDEJI ADEGOROYE MALE BENG MECH
12 DSSC201615004 TEMITOPE SAMSON YAKUBU MALE B.ENG MECH,M SC MECH ENGR

OSUN STATE
1 DSSC201640650 AYODELE OLUFEMI OGUNLELA MALE MB BS/MB ChB
2 DSSC201667737 AKINOLA AYODEJI OSUNGBADE MALE HND STATISTICS
3 DSSC201655507 ADEDAYO JOHNSON OGUNGBILE MALE BTECH Q/S
4 DSSC201644230 AKEEM OYEYEMI AZEEZ MALE B.TECH COMPUTER ENGR
5 DSSC201624519 OLUSOLA OYENIYI OYENIRAN MALE MBBS
6 DSSC201651923 EZEKIEL SUNDAY AKANDE MALE HND MECHANICAL ENGR
7 DSSC201606929 MOJEED ADEGOKE OLAWUYI MALE B.TECH COMPUTER ENGR
8 DSSC201612072 EBENEZER OLUWADUNSI ADEYEYE MALE B.sc STATISTICS
9 DSSC201662604 OLUWATOSIN DAVID ABE MALE MBBS MEDICINE & SURGERY
10 DSSC201658122 OLUKUNLE ADELEYE ODEYEMI MALE HND ELECT ELECT UPPER CREDIT
11 DSSC201603734 SHUAIB OLORUNNISOLA AZEEZ MALE BSC SOCIOLOGY
12 DSSC201679369 JOSHUA OLUWABUNMI ELUFIDIPE MALE HND Mech Eng Tech
13 DSSC201654907 IBIDUNNI AINA AKINPELU FEMALE LLB

OYO STATE
1 DSSC201653015 KAMILU SALAWU MALE HND Elect Elect
2 DSSC201604019 LATEEF AKINOLA AJIBOLA MALE HND STATISTICS
3 DSSC201616638 SAHEED ADEYINKA GBADAMOSI MALE HND ENVIR HEALTH
4 DSSC201609934 LUKMAN ALAO ADERIBIGBE MALE HND ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS
5 DSSC201635798 AYOOLA OLALEKAN OLALEYE MALE HND AIR CRAFT ENG.,
6 DSSC201640315 BUKUNMI JACOB OGUNDEJI MALE HND MECH ENGR
7 DSSC201619181 SHAMSIDEEN ABIODUN YUSUF MALE HND Elect Elect
8 DSSC201607523 OLAGOKE OLALEKAN MALE BSc CLINICAL PSYCH
9 DSSC201632795 ADESIYAN SUNDAY MALE HND Mechanical Engr
10 DSSC201625126 COMFORT YETUNDE BABATUNDE FEMALE B.SC SOCIOLOGY
11 DSSC201602201 ADEBAYO ADEDAYO ADELAKUN MALE BSC SOCIOLOGY
12 DSSC201612398 KABIRU OLATUNJI MURTALA MALE BSC SOCIOLOGY

PLATEAU STATE
1 DSSC201662162 JEREMIAH DANIEL PAM MALE HND Elect/Elect
2 DSSC201604106 MANTIM NANDOM WUYEP MALE LLB/BL
3 DSSC201620119 MAFENG STEVEN CHOLLOM MALE BSC ARCHITECTURE
4 DSSC201675478 MANTIM RINDAPS MALE Bsc. COMPUTER SCIENCE
5 DSSC201613110 KABIRU BARAU AHMED MALE BNSC
6 DSSC201602114 SELDAM RAMNAN TANGDEN MALE RN/RNAS
7 DSSC201623010 KUSMOEN NTIEM MUDA FEMALE LLB LAW
8 DSSC201639317 YOHANNA NANJUL MALE HND RADAR ENGINEERING
9 DSSC201606732 NANKIN KEVIN CIROMA MALE LL B/BL
10 DSSC201603497 ABDULSHAKUR ZAKARI MALE HND
PREVENTIVE/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH OFFICER
11 DSSC201625570 AUWAL HASSAN SAEED MALE B.SC
12 DSSC201628984 BONIFACE DANKYAL KAJAI MALE HND LOWER
13 DSSC201629030 BWALL KEFAS TOBIAS MALE B.A(Edu)

RIVERS STATE
1 DSSC201623466 PRINCEWILL NDUBUEZE ORJI MALE SCI LAB TECH
2 DSSC201664614 IDEOZU ECHIKWA MALE BSc BIOMEDICAL SCI
3 DSSC201611048 KEMEZIDEI EKE FRED MALE B.ENG EEE
4 DSSC201632567 IBIELA LETHUKUTHULA AMASO FEMALE MBBS
5 DSSC201622719 CHIOSOM CHIOSOM OKWA MALE HND Elect Elect
6 DSSC201611982 TAMUNOPASISI NATH OKOLOBO MALE Bsc. info tech
7 DSSC201629232 CHIGOZIE PRINCE AMADI MALE B. ENG EEE
8 DSSC201680124 OWHORCHUKWU AMADI-WALI MALE BMLS
9 DSSC201610491 IMEAH DORNUBARI MALE B.eng Mech Eng
10 DSSC201624140 KALINWANA ISAAC NWUCHE MALE HND HEALTH INFO MGT,
11 DSSC201620903 JUDITH FRANKLIN THOMPSON FEMALE RNA/RMM
12 DSSC201603606 CONFIDENCE NYEBUCHI AGBURUM MALE BSc

SOKOTO STATE
1 DSSC201628416 ABDULKAREEM IBRAHIM MALE HND Mech Eng
2 DSSC201680187 ISA SALE MALE HND STATISTICS
3 DSSC201670142 HABIBU ALHAJI MOHAMMED MALE BSC SOCIOLOGY
4 DSSC201631911 MUSA MUHAMMAD MALE B.SC STATISTIC S
5 DSSC201605716 UMAR SAID UMAR MALE HND HRM
6 DSSC201631811 MUHAMMAD SANI IDRIS MALE HND HRM Upper Credit
7 DSSC201622950 AMINU ALHAJI GADO MALE BSC MSC BUILDING TECH0
8 DSSC201626971 IBRAHIM MAMMAN AYUBA MALE BSc Arch
9 DSSC201648624 ABUBAKAR SHEHU MALE HND DENTAL
10 DSSC201622365 UMAR MIKAIL MALE RN/RPON
11 DSSC201669228 HARUNA IBRAHIM MALE MBA BUS ADM
12 DSSC201602648 BASHAR MUHAMMAD USMAN MALE BSC MED LAB SCIENCE

TARABA STATE
1 DSSC201611950 NKARESWEN GARBA ENOCH MALE BSc SOCIO/ANTHRO
2 DSSC201648288 AKEN JOHN JONATHAN MALE BSc
3 DSSC201603518 YAKUB USMAN YUNUSA MALE BTECH
4 DSSC201615667 YAHAYA MOHAMMED SANDA MALE BSC SOCIOLOGY
5 DSSC201620891 HAMZA ABDULLAHI MALE BTECH
6 DSSC201627423 ABDULSALAM HAMMAN MALE BSC.ED
7 DSSC201637792 KELVIN ANAGU EKI MALE BSc ED CHEM
8 DSSC201606452 MU'AWIYA YUNUSA MALE LLB
9 DSSC201644251 MOHAMMED IBRAHIM MALE BSc SOCIO
10 DSSC201668960 TYOSE UNGERA NGUBO MALE MBBS
11 DSSC201614628 KWACHI ILLIYA ENOCK MALE BA B DIVINITY
12 DSSC201612581 MUHAMMED NASIRU ZUBAIRU MALE BSc HONS SOCIO

YOBE STATE
1 DSSC201623851 AHMAD ABULFATHI ABBA MALE BSC COMPUTER APPLICATION
2 DSSC201647406 THOMAS YERIMA YUNANA MALE HND MLS
3 DSSC201624067 IBRAHIM MOHAMMED SAIDU MALE B TECH CHEMISTRY EDUCATION
4 DSSC201606898 KAWU ALI AMSAMI MALE BSC SOCIOLOGY & ANTHR
5 DSSC201608088 ABDULLAHI ABUBAKAR MALE BSc Education Maths
6 DSSC201602683 YOHANA AUDU MALE B.SC SOCIOLOGY
7 DSSC201625304 MOHAMMAD BULAMA YAHAYA MALE B TECH ELECT TECH
8 DSSC201605984 MUSTAPHA LAWAN LANTEWA MALE BSc chemistry
9 DSSC201672198 YUNUS ADAM ABUBAKAR MALE BA ISLAMIC STUDIES
10 DSSC201604558 YUSUF YUSUF MUSA MALE B.Rad Med Radiography
11 DSSC201624308 GREMA MOHAMMED ALI MALE B NURSING SCIENCES
12 DSSC201670960 ZAKARI ADAMU MALE HND HRM

ZAMFARA STATE
1 DSSC201654057 SHAMSU HUSSAINI MALE B.Sc Ed Maths
2 DSSC201618578 SAFWAN JODI YUSUF MALE B.Sc. Maths
3 DSSC201611431 BELLO UMAR MALE LLB
4 DSSC201630151 ADAMU MOHAMMAD YUNUSA MALE BSc Med Radiography
5 DSSC201603647 KABIRU KABIRU ALIYU MALE MBBS
6 DSSC201600357 UMAR GARBA MALE HND Purchasing & Supply
7 DSSC201605799 MUHAMMAD SUFYAN GARBA MALE BSc Info System
8 DSSC201603267 ABDULKADIR DANKWAIRO GARBA MALE HND Q/S
9 DSSC201667037 YAZID MUSA AHMED MALE Msc, BSc Ed Eng Lang
10 DSSC201610361 AMINU MUHAMMAD LAWAL MALE MBBS
11 DSSC201638144 SANI SHEHU MALE HND Dental Theraphy
12 DSSC201676175 AMINU ADAMU MALE BSc Ed Chemistry

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