Friday, 30 November 2018

Music Alert: Shantfeezy ft Elbo - Gangan Nan

Here Comes A Brand New Single From New World Entertainment Rapper Shatfeezy Featuring Well Known Singer Elbo. After The Successful Release Of His Last Single Coco Girl Which Is Still Buzzing And Making Waves On The Internet, Shantfeezy Still Shows No Sign Of Stopping As He Teams Up With SureBoi Elbo To Give Us Another Hit Song Titled Gangan nan.
Gangan nan Is A Sure Banger You Would Definitely Put On Repeat As It Was Produced By Genesisofrhymes. Download And Enjoy Below
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Music Alert: Mad x YomiBreezy - Deja Vu

MAD teams up with Yomibreezy to serenade with another brand new single titled “Deja Vu”, produced by Abuja’s finest producer ShugaBeat. After the release of Oxygen he shows no sign of slowing down as they delivers exceptionally on this new joint. Download and enjoy below
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Thursday, 29 November 2018

Ultimate Dance Contest 3.0 with Terry G

The most talked about show in Nasarawa state is back! This edition of Ultimate Dance Contest will feature Terry G live in Akwanga. Yes you're heard it, Terry G is coming live to Akwanga for the third edition of the Ultimate Dance Contest.

Date: Feb 2nd, 2019.
Venue: Kini Country Hotel, Akwanaga, Nasarawa State

Gate fee: N1k regular, N3k VIP and N15k Table for six

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Monday, 26 November 2018

Registration For NSUK Face Of The Week Episode 1

Become NSUK Face Of The Week To Win Cash Prizes And Lots Of Consolation Prizes From Different Brands, This Is An Opportunity For You To Gain Extra Cash From Your Social Media Reach And All Those Beautiful Pictures Of Yours.

To Register Please Contact 07054957099 or 08121845537 On Whatsapp [Registration Is N1000 Only]
1st Position - N10,000
2nd Position - N5,000
3rd Position - N3,000
Winners Will Be Selected Based On The Highest Number Of Likes On Their Photo That We Would Post On Our Instagram Page [@nsukfaceoftheweek]

Registration Starts 
25th - 30th November 2018
Contest Begins


2nd - 7th December 2018
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Iykemore Boutique November Sale - Buy 2 And Get 1 Free Promo

Iykemore Boutique November Sale - Buy 2 And Get 1 Free Promo
Iykemore Shop More Boutique Is Having A Buy 2 And Get 1 Free Promo From November 28th - 30th. This Is An Opportunity  You Can't Miss This As Iykemore Boutique  Retails In Men And Women Fashion Wears And Shoe Wear, Women Accessories Are Also Available.
Iykemore Boutique Is Located At  No 1 Hafiz Plaza Angwa Lambu Phase 1, Keffi, Nasarawa State
You Can Also Contact Them On Whatsapp Via 08039650608 And You Can Call 07066791263 To Place Your Order
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Tuesday, 20 November 2018

Nile University Games: TEAMNSUK wins Gold & Silver Medal

Nile University Games: TEAMNSUK wins Gold & Silver Medals
By Judith Omateyi |19-11-2018

The Nasarawa State University, Keffi sports team led by the director of sports, comrade Mathew Odeh Sunday emerged winners at the just concluded NILE UNIVERSITY GAMES 2018.

The team which participated in two different games of football and basketball during the competition won the gold and silver medal respectively. 
Battled by seven different teams from various universities such as the NILE University of Nigeria (host), Baze University, Africa University of Science and Technology among others, from which NSUK Team performed wonderfully and made the University community proud.

Comrade Odeh, in a phone interview expressed his profound gratitude to the acting vice chancellor of the University, PROF. Suleiman Bala Mohammed and the school  management for their support.
"We really appreciate the support and encouragement of our Vice-Chancellor ,Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed, despite the strike, he approved our going for the tournament" He said.
He further assured that he will bring more success and trophy through sports activities under his reign as the Director of Sports.

This report was compiled by Omateyi Judith and edited by Simon, Markus Yila (Mark Motion). Omateyi Judith is a 300 level student in the Department Mass Communication NSUK
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Monday, 19 November 2018

ICE PRINCE STORMS AKWANGA IN COMEDY X-RAY 2.0 WITH MC KUVUKI

Copeland Entertainment In Collaboration With White House Records Presents The Second Edition Of COMEDY X-RAY With MC KUVUKI & ICE PRINCE Tagged The Redemption Featuring Comedy, Music, Dance And Lots Of Fun!!

Live Performance From Ice Prince Zamani On Friday, 23rd November 2018 @ Kini Country Hotel, Akwanga, Nasarawa State | 5pm [No African Time]

Comedy By
Pastor Nicodemus | Job Legend | MC Rasky | MC Nappy | MC Kure | Holy Prince Majid | MC 2.5 | MC Stones | MC Ben | MC Lyte | MC Steve Dee | MC Vilex | MC Real And More

Music By
J-Bradaz | Sheks Haylion | Kapachino | Movak | JahBro | Suspi | Mac Fab | Silent P | Swizzy And More

Dance By
Prime Access | D Sword | Glorious Glamour 

On The Steel Of Wheels
Dj StarBoi | Dj Kemz | Dj LJ | Dj Berry

Tickets
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Music Alert: Dj Fortune ft Sheks Haylion & Henry Nice - Sarewa

Dj Fortune Of New Swag Entertainment Is Back With Another Fantastic Jam And He Titled This One SAREWA. The Icon DJ Teams Up With One Of Nasarawa State Finest Music Act Sheks Haylion And Talented Igbo Rapper Henry Nice On This Song That Will Top Your Music Playlist. Download And Enjoy Below

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Friday, 16 November 2018

ASUU & FG Meeting Ends In Deadlock As Strike Continues

A meeting between the Nigerian government and university lecturers has ended Thursday evening without resolution of the nationwide strike by the teachers.

The teachers said the strike which began on November 4 would continue.

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) called the strike over its demands for improved funding of universities and welfare of lecturers.

Thursday’s meeting began 3p.m and ended 8:15 p.m.

The Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, said government’s discussion with ASUU will continue next week .
Mr Ngige earlier said the meeting with the university teachers was late in coming due to the minimum wage negotiation.

He appealed to ASUU to put the interests of student as who are at the receiving end into consideration.

ASUU president, Biodun Ogunyemi, said the union have tendered its request and also said the meeting has been adjourned till next week.

According to him, no date has been fixed but “we will communicate the date to you tomorrow,” he told waiting journalists.

He said the union was forced to call the strike after its plea for the implementation of the 2009 agreement fell on deaf ears.

“Our meeting with the education minister in May and September to remind him about federal government promises to implement the agreement yielded no result,” he said.

Mr Ogunyemi earlier said the government had promised to take action on issues raised in the last MOU signed by the two parties but “it does appears that federal government is dribbling the union.”

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Thursday, 15 November 2018

Music Alert: Pillsszz ft Adekot - Represent

Pillsszz just made a banger with the Yoruba Rap monster "Adekot". He got inspirations from his last hit "Biggy Boss" featuring Naturebenn and Yankeebenz....
This track titled Represent gat all the vibes you guys are looking for.. So download and enjoy below


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Wednesday, 14 November 2018

ASUU Strike: Lecturers to hold crucial meeting with govt Thursday


ASUU Strike: Lecturers to hold crucial meeting with govt Thursday

After over one week public university lecturers commenced strike, the government has finally called them for a meeting 
tomorrow (Thursday).

Confirming this development, the president of ASUU, Biodun Ogunyemi, said the lecturers are not optimistic about the outcome of the meeting which he said ”will determine the seriousness of the Nigerian government towards ending the strike.”

“The government has invited us for a meeting tomorrow, we are not sure of their seriousness because we have been discussing with them for 16 months without any result,” he said.

On the readiness of the lecturers to call off the strike if tomorrow’s meeting swings in their favour, he said
“after the meeting, we will tell members the outcome. They are the only ones who can decide to call off the strike.”

The official also said he is not concerned about the formation of a parallel union by some aggrieved lecturers, ”who have kept on teaching regardless of the strike order.

Some lecturers at the Obafemi Awolowo University under a rival union, Congress of Nigerian Universities Academics have been teaching despite the strike.

“ASUU is the only recognised lecturers’ body, some persons are free to show they are annoyed but truthfully, the strike is on and all lecturers have respected it,” the official said.

He also denied rumours that the lecturers have accepted government’s proposal to set up an education bank, which was one of the reasons they went on strike in the first place.

“We have not accepted education banking. We were surprised on reports that we accepted it. It is a means to exploit students and make them pay tuition fee.

“Some students do not get jobs even five years after graduation and they will be asked to repay a million naira. That is selling them to slavery totally,” he said.

Other demands of ASUU include improved funding of education and improved teaching and learning conditions in the universities.
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NSUK New VC Calls for Cooperation; Speaks on Ongoing Strike.


NSUK New VC Calls for Cooperation; Speaks on Ongoing Strike. 

By Judith Omateyi 
The Acting VC of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed has urged student to take advantage of the ongoing strike period to complete their registration since the strike does not affect administrative activities.

The newly appointed VC made this call in a circular released on 14th November 2018. He expressed his gratitude to the entire university community for their goodwill messages as well as their cooperation so far in ensuring that his tenure be a successful one.

'I feel honored and humbled and I pledge with the kind cooperation of everyone to take Nasarawa State University to the next level as a 21st century university'. He said.

Furthermore, he strongly appealed to all Nigerian Students to remain calm and avoid unnecessary travels during the period of the industrial strike.

This report was compiled by Omateyi Judith and edited by Simon, Markus Yila (Mark Motion). Omateyi Judith is a 300 level student in the Department Mass Communication  NSUK
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Saturday, 10 November 2018

Is There Really S.U.G In Nasarawa State University?

10th November, 2018

As a journalist my first obligation is to upholding the truth and reporting issues factually, concisely and precisely without any form of interference and bias.

It is rather heartbreaking to note that after several months of Student Union Government's (S.U.G) resuscitation in Nasarawa State University all seems to be the same, infact students can hardly tell if S.U.G exists in NSUK or not.

Today, there are little or no physical or educational empowerment the Student's Union Government can lay claims to despite several months of been in power.

There are also no tangible structural achievement students of the varsity can point at, as a project started and completed by this administration despite monies alleged disbursed by the university management to the union. 

Then I wonder why we didn't borrow a cue from other universities where SUG had visible projects such as Bus Shuttle, Bus Stop, Inter University Debate Competition,  Donation of Water Facilities, Inter Faculty Debate Competition, Adequate Water Supply etc.

Shockingly!! In recent time there have been accusations and counter accusations of gross embezzlement leveled against the Executive President by high ranking members of the Executive and Senate; alleging that the President had squandered association's fund running into several millions of naira and even received several sums without the consent of members of the Executive and Senate.

It was further revealed that the winners of NSUK pageantry were never given a price, as they were offered blank cheques.

While the President on his own part seems to be accusing a section of his Executive and Senate of trying to sabotage, overthrow and truncate his government.

However, in my tiny-pieced opinion,  the Students Union has done a terribly bad job in student's representation, because as it stands NSUK students can not differentiate if there is SUG or not in the varsity!!! It has always been one accusation to another right from its inception thereby totally defeating and contradicting the purpose for its resuscitation.

Sadly!! I will never forget the struggles of Myself, Ofim Kelechi Ofim (Former MACOSA President), Aliyu Tala Safiyanu (Former FOSSSA President), Anas Abdulmuni (Former Pol. Sci. President), Sadiq Abdulrazaq (Former President Faculty of Admin), etc who fought  ceaselessly and relentlessly, bombarding the management to see S.U.G in NSUK.

I still vividly remember how we had to abandon our schedules and lectures in order to brokered meetings with the University management as regards resuscitating S.U.G in NSUK.

Sadly, to our utmost dismay, several months after its reinstatement all seems to be the same without any achievement to show for it.

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Wednesday, 7 November 2018

NSUK ASUU Joins Nationwide Strike; Not on Internal Strike.



NSUK ASUU Joins Nationwide Strike; Not on Internal Strike. 

By Simon Markus Yila

The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), NSUK Chapter has joined in the ongoing nationwide strike action declared by it's National body. 

This was declared after its Congress meeting held on the 6th November 2018. The institution's arm of the Union resolved and instructed all it members to stay at home until the strike is suspended by its national body. 

In a related development, there are speculations that NSUK, ASUU chapter yesterday during it Congress meeting also resolved to embark on an internal strike. 

To confirm that, NSUK Guide correspondent spoke with a lecturer of the University who is a Congress member, he revealed that the issue of an internal strike was raised but no such decision was made.

'Somebody raised the issue of internal strike, it was agreed that after the national one then we look at internal issues before deciding on what to do.' he said.

The union only resolve to join the Nationwide strike action and as soon as it is called off by the national body, academic activities will resume.

Recall that the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, announced the commencement of an indefinite nationwide strike at the end of an emergency meeting on Sunday night, 4th November, 2018.

Briefing newsmen after the closed door meeting, ASUU president, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi listed the reasons for their action to include:

1. Failure on the side of the government to honour the memorandum of action signed between the union and the federal government in 2017

2. Renegotiation with ASUU which the government intentionally ignored with impunity. Professor Ogunyemi therefore directed all the state chapters to ensure full compliance until their demands are met.

Keep following NSUK Guide as we will keep you updated on any new development. 
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Tuesday, 6 November 2018

No Increment in NSUK Tuition fee - New IT Director



No increment in NSUK Tuition fee - New IT Director
By Comr. Adeleke M. Opeyemi |5|11|2018

The Executives of The Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences paid a Congratulatory visit to the New Director of the I. T Center, Nasarawa State University, Keffi Dr. Muhammed Yahaya Idris.

During the visit, the president of the Faculty Comr. Adeleke M. Opeyemi congratulated the director, read and presented a letter of Felicitation to the him on his new Appointment in the University as the Director of the I. T Center. 

According to him "Dr Yahaya is someone with impeccable character and the Faculty enjoyed his leadership quality during his services as a lecturer and also as faculty exam officer and asserts that this his new position will be of great benefit to not just the Faculty as a whole but also to the university at large" . He said.

The new Director, warmly received the felicitations as he appreciated the effort of the Executives for the kind gesture and admonished the students never to lobby for any position and to do their best, because people are watching them.

He solicited for prayers from all students and urged not hesitate to come and lay any complaints they might encounter with NSUK portal.

The president therefore took the chance to table the numerous complains of students regarding Increase in there school fee, results issues and other related challenges. 

The new I. T director assured that the center is fully aware of the situation and are currently working tirelessly and relentlessly to ensure that all issues regarding results and other issues are being tackled and fixed accordingly. Furthermore, he said students should write to IT center officially through their departmental exam officer that the issue will be rectify immediately.

On the issue of increment in school fees, the Director admitted that there were issues with the portal that led to generation of wrong fees but it has been rectified.

However, he pointed that "the misconception of student was that the higher you go, the less you pay. Which is very wrong and as such the amount you paid in 300L is the same amount you will pay in 400L and 500L respectively with little increase or decrease which is normal. The only differences is that of 100L and 200L i.e in 100L you pay higher while in 200L you pay less". He explained.

To be more clearer the Director showed the executives the school fees schedule sent to them from the Bursary unit and that of 400L Non-indigene for the Faculty of Applied Sciences was N45,315 with Internet charges while that of indigene was N37,015.

He conluded by thanking the executives once again for the felicitation and also for seeking clarifications.

This report was compiled by Comr. Adeleke M. Opeyemi and edited by Simon, Markus Yila (Mark Motion). 
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FG Establishes Earthquake Observatory Centre In NSUK


FG Establishes Earthquake Observatory Centre In NSUK

Following the recent reports of earth tremor in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Federal Government has selected Nasarawa State University, Keffi to host a seismological station that will monitor and predict incidents of earth quakes.

The Federal Government delegation from Nigerian Geological Survey Agency (NGSA) led by a Consultant from the Agency, Prof. A. A. Adepelumi, disclosed this moments ago while briefing the Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed in his office.

Prof. Adepelumi said the exercise is "an urgent national assignment that needs to be in place within the next 48 hours".

He therefore requested from the Acting Vice Chancellor a space for the installation of seismological equipment to help monitor and proffer rapid response for earth quakes within the FCT.

The Consultant also disclosed that the agency will train some staff of the University that will man the Observatory Station who will, "from time to time transmit rhythms and data" of any incident of unusual beneath the earth activities.

The Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed, instantly directed the Physical Planning Unit (PPU) to earmark a location suitable for the facility and make ready within the next 48 hours.

He thanked the Federal Government for choosing the University for such an important development, and assured of management's support to realize the objectives of the Agency.

Other experts in the delegation include, a Director from NGSA, Mr. Nelson Amangele, a member of the Committee Prof. Charles Ofoegbu and Prof. Abu Mallam.
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Monday, 5 November 2018

ASUU Begins Nation wide Strike as organised labour shun meeting FG


The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has ordered its members across the country to commence an indefinite industrial action.

This followed a meeting of leaders of the union on Sunday at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, the Ondo State capital.

The National President of ASUU, Professor Abiodun Ogunyemi, told reporters that the union took the decision due to the poor funding of universities in the country.

He consequently directed all members of the union across various universities to withdraw their services, stressing that the strike would be total and indefinite.

Also in a related development, the organised labour Sunday night shunned meeting organised by the Federal Government to resolve the impasse on the new minimum wage.  Non of the labour leaders attended the meeting at the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha.

One of the key officers of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, revealed that the meeting was irrelevant as the only meeting they would attend was the one scheduled today for the signing of the report of the Tripartite Committee.

Source: Vanguard Ngr
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Sunday, 4 November 2018

NUC Teams Impressed With NSUK Programmes





The various accreditation teams visiting Nasarawa State University, Keffi from the National Universities Commission (NUC), for the assessment of the quality of some of the academic programmes of the University, have eulogized the quality of staff, academic regulations, serene and conducive environment of the institution.

The teams disclosed this separately during exit briefings of the Acting Vice Chancellor during the week.

Geology and Mining, Psychology, Chemistry Education, Physics Education, Economics and Theatre and Cultural Studies are the latest of the Departments that have gone through the scrutiny of the NUC.

While briefing the Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed on Saturday by the Economics and Theatre and Cultural Studies NUC Accreditation Panels, echoed similar notes made by previous teams.

According to them, "considering that you are a state-owned university, we are highly impressed.

"The philosophy and academic regulations of the programme are in line with the requirements of NUC", said the Department of Economics team. A similar view held by those for Theatre and Cultural Studies.

They added that the university environment is well organized, neat and attractive, hence conducive for learning and research.

However, the teams made some minor observations bordering on provision of more facilities and funding, for which the Acting Vice Chancellor promised to attend to as soon as possible, especially that lectures for the new semester will begin this Monday.

The results of accreditation exercises are expected in a few months time.
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BRIEF PROFILE OF PROF. SULEIMAN BALA MOHAMMED, ACTING VICE CHANCELLOR, NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI


COMRADE VICE CHANCELLOR: BRIEF PROFILE OF PROF. SULEIMAN BALA MOHAMMED, ACTING VICE CHANCELLOR, NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, KEFFI
Suleiman Bala Mohammed, a Professor of Political Sociology and Development, was appointed the Acting Vice Chancellor of Nasarawa State University, Keffi on the 8th of October, 2018, by the Governor of Nasarawa State and Visitor to Nasarawa State University, Keffi, His Excellency, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, following the expiration of the tenure of the former Vice Chancellor, Prof. Muhammad Mainoma Akaro.
Born on the March 5, 1963 in Laminga, Nasarawa Local Government Area of Nasarawa State, Prof. S. B. Suleiman attended Senior Primary School, Laminga from 1970 to 1976. On completion of his primary education in 1976, he proceeded to Government Secondary School Nasarawa for his Senior School Certificate which he got in 1981.
His quest for higher education led him to the School of Preliminary Studies (SPS), Keffi from 1981 to 1984. And in 1984, his brilliance and undying zeal for intellectual development saw him admitted into the prestigious Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Sociology.
Between 1990 and 2001, he was a postgraduate student at the University of Jos, where he bagged Master of Science Degree (M.Sc. Sociology) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D. Sociology) in 1994 and 2001, respectively. Prof. Mohammed also holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) from the National Teachers Institute (NTI), Kaduna and in 2010, the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) issued him with a Certificate of Registration.
A complete and dedicated teacher, the Acting Vice Chancellor began his teaching career while undergoing the compulsory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in 1987 at GSS Kaiama, Kwara State. On completion of the one year national service, he joined the School of Preliminary Studies, Keffi in 1988 as a Lecturer. He later transferred his services to the University of Abuja in 1996 as an Assistant Lecturer and rose through the ranks to become a Professor of Political Sociology and Development in the Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Abuja in 2011.
Within this period, Prof. S. B. Mohammed held several administrative positions, garnering a lot of experiences over time. He was a Post-Graduate (2004 – 2006), Member, University of Abuja Governing Council (2005 – 2011), Member, University of Abuja Senate (2007 – 2013), Dean, Student Affairs Division (2007 – 2009) and Member, University Management (2007 – 2009).
Between 2009 and 2011, he was the Acting Director, Center for Asian Studies of the University of Abuja, Acting Head of Department, Sociology (2011 – 2013), Director, Institute of Legislative Studies, (ILS) (2014 – 2016) and Head, Department of Sociology from 2016 until his appointment as the Acting Vice Chancellor of NSUK.
Prof. S. B. Mohammed has similarly discharged enough responsibilities in the aspect of community service. A core unionist and defender of Nigerian workers, the Acting Vice Chancellor has participated actively in the programmes and activities of academic unions as one of the top officials. You are not wrong if you describe him as “Comrade per Excellence”.
He was the Abuja Zonal Co-ordinator, Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) 2012 –2016, Chairman, Academic Staff Union of Universities, (ASUU) University of Abuja, September 2001 to September, 2005, National President, Academic Staff Union of Schools of Basic, Advanced and Preliminary Studies Keffi Branch 1992 – 1994, President, Academic Staff Union of Schools of Basic, Advanced and Preliminary Studies (ASUBAPS), School of Preliminary Studies Keffi Branch 1992 – 1994 and Secretary, Academic Staff Union of Schools of Basic, Advanced and Preliminary studies (ASUBAPS), School of Preliminary Studies Keffi Branch (1998 – 1999).
Prof. Mohammed was a Visiting Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, (2014 – 2016), an External Examiner to several universities including Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua University, Katsina, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University, (IBBU) Lapai and the Nigerian Police Academy, Wudil, Kano.
He is actively involved in the development of his community of Laminga, where he is the Chairman, Laminga Development Foundation (LDF) 2012 – Date. He was also the Chairman, Nasarawa Emirate Committee of Academic and Medical Doctors, 2013 – 2015.
On scholarly and academic publications, Prof. Mohammed has seventeen published journal articles, contributed six book chapters, twenty-eight conference papers and has edited and reviewed at least two journals.
He is a member of professional associations such as the Nigeria Anthropological and Sociological Association (NASA) and the Nigerian Sociology Society (NSS), among others.
He is happily married with children.
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Thursday, 1 November 2018

Music Alert: Ramsey - Heaven Sent

Having received numerous mind blowing testimonies and amazing reviews after the release of the song 'JO' which featured the Multiple Award Winning Nasarawa Son of the Soil Ozee , it is with great excitement the JO. Crooner Ramsey the stylist artist announces the OFFICIAL Release of another work of Art titled "Heaven Sent" Share the exhilarating experience of the song and rock your head in an oscillatory manner!

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