A Nigerian man identified as Muhammad T. Shehu on Facebook set the ball rolling on a discussion about Nigerian universities after he shared a photo of the male hostel of Sule Lamido University, Jigawa.
Many have praised the government for making the school environment habitable for students who have chosen a worthy cause of chasing and gaining knowledge.
It has often been reported that many Nigerian federal and even some private universities struggle to provide favourable accommodation for their student. Recently, Legit.ng shared photos of the sorry state of Madonna university which was reported to have wretched building as hostels for their students.
However, with photos like this emerging from Sule Lamido University, it can be said that there is hope for many students want to enroll in the institution.
Sule Lamido University is a state-owned public university located in Kafin Hausa, Jigawa state, Nigeria. It was established May 13, 2013, licensed by the National Universities Commission in July 2013 as a Jigawa State University, and full academic activities commenced in September 2014.
Meanwhile, the University of Benin (Uniben) has introduced something new into their convocation ceremony. According to a release, the school is adding a graduation ring to the list of items to be in the paraphernalia normally given to graduating students.
What this means is that, apart from having a mortar box, academic gown and program sheet, they now get to be given a graduation ring! This very unusual addition of a ring was announced through a document that clearly stated this fact.
The university even instructed students who were graduating to report to a particular place so they could have a finger sizing.
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