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Youths Want Urhobo As FUPRE’s VC

Ughelli — URHOBO youths, Monday, appealed to President Goodluck Jonathan to prevail on the Governing Council of the Federal University of Petroleum Resources, Effurun, FUPRE, Delta State, to appoint an Urhobo person as Vice Chancellor of the institution. The youths, operating under the aegis of Coalition of Urhobo Youth Organisation, …

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Host community lays seige to FUPRE

By  Emma Amaize WARRI—SOME members of Ugbomoro community, host to the Federal University of Petroleum Technology, FUPRE, Ugbomro, Effurun, Delta State, yesterday, laid siege to the institution for allegedly marginalising them in the area of employment. The natives, including chiefs and youths, stormed the administrative block of the university and …

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Gbagi gave me $50000 bribe says FUPRE VC

By EMMA AMAIZE WARRI – VICE-Chancellor of Federal University of Petroleum Resources, FUPRE, Effurun, Delta State, Professor  Babatunde Alabi, alleged, yesterday, that the $50,000 bribe former Minister of State for Education, Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, accused him of receiving, was willingly offered by him, Gbagi. Prof. Alabi, at a briefing on …

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FUPRE students protest over non-accreditation of degree courses

By Emma  Amaize WARRI— PLACARD-CARRYING students of Federal University of Petroleum Resources, FUPRE, Ugbomro, Delta Delta, yesterday, protested the non-accreditation of degree programmes offered by the institution since it was established. The university was set up five years ago. The studenst, who refused to sit for their final year examination, …

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Anti-riot policemen deployed in FUPRE

By Emma Amaize WARRI- A lorry-load of anti-riot policemen were deployed to the Federal University  of Petroleum Resources, FUPRE, Ugbomro, Delta State, Thursday afternoon, as crisis between the authorities of the institution and students over non-accreditation of their degree courses escalated. Vanguard learnt that the 400-level students, who declined to …

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