Wednesday, 20 September 2017

IMSU 2017 Post-Utme Screening Correction Of Data

Imo state university Post Utme screening registration which commenced Monday 11th September will end mid-night Monday 25th September officially as prospective students who made mistake in the course of registration and enrolment can now effect amendment on or before the registration deadline.

More so, the Post-Utme Screening exercise for admission is slated October as candidate’s date and venue which falls within the confine of the school will be communicated through mobile number supplied during enrolment Imsu Elijah gathered, to this end disregard rumors filtering round that the physical screening exercise has commenced.

Furthermore, the academic staff union of universities has temporarily halted its industrial action which started on Monday August 14th to October ending imminent when FG fulfills the remaining part of its agreement with the union, IMSU resumption date for 2017/2018 academic session remains Monday October 2nd as there will be no extension in the recommencement date.

Regardless of your current geographical location, contact Imsu Elijah for screening registration and data correction call 08102097616

Franklin Capacity Ugochukwu (Student Union President)

Nwanna Emeka (Former SUG President, IMSU)

Channels Imsu (Director of information)

Imsu Maf (Senator Moving aluta forward)

Nwogu Chyso (Former union welfare)

Chidi Onyeji Zanders (Former union director of information) ET AL

Imsu Elijah (Campus Reporter

IPOB protests at UN General Assembly

The Federal Government said, yesterday that it is aware of sources of funding of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, and is taking steps to block them.

Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, disclosed this when he appeared on a live television programme, Good Morning Nigeria on Nigerian Television Authority, NTA.

This came at a time members of IPOB stormed the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York to protest the military invasion of South-East states and what they called dehumanization of the people in the zone.

This is even as the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has taken a swipe at the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, over the latter’s recent statement linking the uprisings by IPOB to opposition political parties.

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Nigerian Army Begins Gradual Withdrawal From Operation Python Dance In Aba

Activities are gradually returning to normal in Aba. Markets have re-opened after the five-day dusk to dawn curfew imposed on the city by the governor.

Most of the shops at Ariaria International Market, New Market, shopping centre, Cemetery markets have re-opened for business while customers were seen going about their businesses as of evening of Monday 19th September.

More so, the Nigerian army has commenced gradual withdrawal of its men stationed at various checkpoints in Aba after the clash with protesting members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), the military checkpoint have been reduced from five to three in the area.

Agony Of 21-Year-old Girl Disfigured By Fire

Life for the past three years has been a bitter story to tell for 21-year-old Miss Benita Okereke whose dream is to be a seamstress. All her dreams, expectations and goals in life are gradually being taken over by unbearable pains and stigmatization over the past three years.

Benita, a native of Obulor Iheti village, Ishiagu community in Ivo local government area of Ebonyi state has been experiencing agonizing pains after she was disfigured by cooking fire. The ugly incident took place on December 13, 2015 while she was helping her mother out in the kitchen. Benita spent minutes in fire before help could come her way through her aged mother while other children at the scene were busy playing around not willing to assist her.

For the victims mother Mrs. Celina Okereke, life has not been fair to her innocent child as her ordeals started right from the day she was brought into this world. Mrs. Celina in other to ensure the safety of her daughter had to stay five months in the hospital after given birth to Benita born 21 years ago through a cesarean section.

Sadly at 12 years, Benita who is the last child in the family of eight children developed a strange ailment, which resulted to her having seizures. The health condition denied her the right to be academically sound like her contemporaries, that at the age of 18, she was still in JSS3 at Echiele Community Secondary School, Ishiagu.

However, Benita’s present travail began On 13th December, 2015 when during a seizure she fell into fire.

Thousands of Imo women march for Okorocha

Thousands of Imo women, Monday, staged a solidarity rally for Governor Rochas Okorocha.

The women who were led by Ngozi Njoku and Mrs. Getrude Oduka, was received at the government House, Owerri, by Okorocha.

Chief Rochas Okorocha
According to the release by the governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Sam Onwuemeodo, they women decided to celebrate Okorocha’s achievements as well as his free education policy.

Monday, 18 September 2017

ASUU announces ‘conditional suspension’ of strike

The Academic Staff Union of Universities has announced a “conditional suspension” of its strike.

The ASUU President, Prof Biodun Ogunyemi, stated this at a briefing at the Nigeria Labour Congress secretariat.

Ogunyemi said the strike was suspended after the union gave the Federal Government a deadline of the end of October to fulfil its promises.

IMSU 2017 Admission Registration: Forms Can Now Be Purchased From ELITISM6

Taking into cognizance that the registration is not everlasting; it ends Monday 25th September, prospective students seeking to secure admission in the 2017 admission of Imo state university owerri can now buy and process the 2017 Post Utme screening Application form irrespective of current location by means of ELITISM6.COM is award winning tested and trusted media outfit in imsu with over 6 years of experience and service, we advise early registration to candidates as the university website is bound to experience traffic congestion during the ending hour.

The Documents needed for IMSU 2017 admission registration, includes


Above the board, avoid mistakes, register with the tested and trusted media outfit in imsu and have admission secured, call imsu Elijah 08102097616 or Chigozie 08140968432.

For further enquiry our commercial address is directly opposite the university main gate, owerri imo state.

Sunday, 17 September 2017

5, 000 Slot Availiable For 2017 IMSU Admission Seekers

Over 23,000 prospective students are seeking admission into Imo State University Owerri for the 2017/2018 academic sessions.

The Admissions Director of the school Reverend Father Ogbonna (PhD) announced this when the student union led by its president Mr. Franklin Capacity Ugochukwu paid him a courtesy visit in his office precedenting the industrial action embarked by non- academic staff of universities.

Father Ogbonna (PhD) said that based on the institution’s carrying capacity only 5,000 out of over 23, 000 candidates would be admitted into different courses and department of the University, sordid on the bearing power and comprehensiveness of the university.

Not absent during the gracious visit is the union director of information Channels Imsu, chief of staff Chijindu Ezemuonye S Ville, Imsu Maf, Chidi Onyeji Zanders, Imsu Elijah among others.

According to Father Ogbonna, the university is known for its stable academic calendar and quality education making the institution among the most sought after universities in the country, assuring that the good characteristic of virtue and learning would be continuously upheld. 

The 2017 post utme screening registration which is currently on is slated to end mid – night Monday 25th September, furthermore, avoid mistakes, meet Imsu Elijah in school to register call 08102097616.


Saturday, 16 September 2017

Mr and Miss Campus Auditions Unveiled


DATE: 23rd September 2017
VENUE: Cubana  Event Center and Eatery, World Bank. Owerri IMO state. 

MUMAFA 2017: Meet some of the house mates as event date draws nearer

MUMAFA 2017 gets more interesting as the House mates were unveiled Yesterday Thursday 14th of September.
Mumafa which is a reality show celebrating Music and Fashion is scheduled to kick off on Tuesday 19th through Saturday 23rd with a Grand Finale at Riverside Hotel and Funfare Nekede.
It is brought to you by MOF Entertainment in partnership with Greenville Entertainment and powered by Riverside

NEW BANGER : Dominic Best - Shut Down ( @lyrical_db )

When last did you hear from him release a song  well he is back and this time with a banger and you don't want to miss out.

Download and enjoy this hot new banging song from the rap lyrical maestro him self Dominic Best. Titled Shut down you can thank me later.
Dominic Best is one of the scandal free rising stars in the music industry with a rare kind of uniqueness.


Friday, 15 September 2017

Liberating Africa Through Education: Rochas Foundation Of Africa Empowers Over 13,000 African Kids #Project55555 (Photos)

By Ambrose Nwaogwugwu

For over 13,000 children beneficiaries of Rochas Foundation College - 24th of February, 1998 will forever be a date they will not forget all their life; a day that gave birth to the Rochas Foundation. 
Rochas Foundation; is a non governmental organization that caters for the poorest of the poor in our society.
Formed in 1998, three years after its formation, Rochas foundation college came into existence which was given birth to see for the educational needs of the children of the members of our society who could not afford it to have access to education with no payment attached. 

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Direct Entry Admission Registration To End Soon In IMSU

Candidates seeking to pursue their undergraduate studies in Imo state University Owerri via Direct Entry are hereby informed that the registration on JAMB portal has commenced and will end Friday 15th September while registration for Post - UTME Screening will end also mid – night Monday 25th September.

We incite early registration to avoid website congestion towards the concluding hour.

More so, meet Imsu Elijah in school for direct entry/Post-Utme Screening Registration call 08102097616

Monday, 11 September 2017

IMSU Officially Commence 2017/2018 Post Utme Registration

IMSU Officially Commence 2017/2018 Post Utme Registration
-Local Government Identitification Letter No Longer Needed

Imo state university 2017 post utme screening registration officially started today Monday 11th September as we earlier reported last week assuring prospective students of its commencement.

Candidates are to generate invoice and make the payment of 2,000 (two thousand naira) for the form excluding bank charge, after which return back to the university portal to complete registration.

Grabbed Image above shows the 2017 post utme screening application printout of a candidate who successfully completed registration today, registration still ends midnight 18th September as any candidate who fails to successfully submit credentials on or before stated date will not be considered for the 2017 admission Imsu Elijah gathered.

Local government identification letter, Birth certificate, testimonial, first school leaving certificate among others are no longer needed: The only documents needed for the exercise Imsu Elijah confirmed includes:




Registration is only for first choice candidates and must have scored 180 and above in the just concluded UTME.

Registration is still ongoing, meet Imsu Elijah in school to register call 08102097616

God Bless you.

Statement of responsibility:Imsu Elijah


The Project 55: 5: 55 Code Of Africanist Humanism: The Only Future Of Africa's Survival

Ambrose Nwaogwugwu 

Prehistoric the days of pre-colonial era which erupted and traversed towards all the length of breadth of the African continent; Africa lost her very core values of survival. 

For instance, we were condemned to abandoning our our very African ways and response to the art of living. Africa lost her religion to that of the white man. We lost our tribal religion to the mission churches of the colonial masters. 

As a result of many years of subjection to colonial pressures; we succumbed and accepted the white man's way of life.  

In displaying great humanistic first characteristic to survival which is 'ability to adapt in any environment one found himself - pragmatic and ease responders to change, Africa embraced the white man's culture of living. 
We answered the ultimate call of nature; of change, as the only constant thing in life. 

14 Years old Boy With Tumor Needs 3 Million Naira For Surgery

An elderly woman, Mrs. Margaret Okpomeshina of Umueze, Amaimo in Ikeduru LGA has called on the general public to come to the assistance of her 14 years old son who developed a tumor. 
Speaking to the founder of Genius Eyes International Foundation for the Hopeless, Mr Paulcy Cyprian Iwuala, Mrs Margaret said that her son, Uzochukwu, was diagnosed with a tumor known as Amaloblatoma of the left mandible. 
According to the poor widow who lost her husband five years ago, the tumor started like a developing tooth some time in January but after a while her son kept complaining of toothache which forced her to take him to a clinic where the doctor prescribed some drugs to help ease the pain.
Speaking in Igbo she asserted that after their visit to the clinic her son kept complaining of continued aching on that part of his mouth, which was when she noticed the swelling on her son's mouth. 
"When I saw the swelling I panicked, which was when I realized that something was terribly wrong with my son."
Continuing, she said she took her son to a doctor who confirmed her fears by indicating that her son had a tumor and was at its early stages which could be removed through a surgery at the sum of N3,000,000.00 (Three Million Naira). 

Mrs Okpomeshina says her husband left her with three boys and two girls adding than she is doing her best to fend for the family by selling bitterleaf amongst other things. 
She begged the general public to come to the help of her family who have suffered immensely since the ailment began. 
The 14 years old Uzochukwu a Jss 1 student of Amaimo Community School, said that he knows that there are good Nigerians who can help him and his family overcome their present travail. 
Speaking to the men of the press present Mr Paulcy posited that the boy needs  three million naira to have the surgery done here in Nigeria. 
He stated that the boy needs help as soon as possible considering that in a few months the problem may escalate and become more difficult to operate on.