“The Candidates Get Special Admission Consideration”: List of Educationally Less Developed States

“The Candidates Get Special Admission Consideration”: List of Educationally Less Developed States

  • New findings have revealed how developed some states within Nigeria are and what candidates go through seeking admission
  • Candidates from Adamawa, Bauchi, Bayelsa, and Benue are said to be given special consideration when seeking admission into Nigerian universities
  • Interestingly, almost all the northern states make up the trending list that has many Nigerians querying the activities of their leaders

Adamawa state has emerged as one of the educationally less developed states in Nigeria.

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Candidates from these states enjoy special consideration when seeking admission into tertiary institutions. Photo credit: @JAMBHQ
Source: Twitter

In a recently published ranking, the top northern state is closely followed by Bauchi state, in the second position with the same ranking bracket.

As published by StatiSense on Monday, September 18, 2023, the full list of the states got many questioning their current and past leaders in the zone and how they fared while serving the people.

While many hailed the leaders of the states that did not make the list trending on X, a few blasted the past leaders of the educationally less developed states.

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Below are the states that are less developed educationally. Candidates from these states reportedly have special admission consideration.

  1. Adamawa
  2. Bauchi
  3. Bayelsa
  4. Benue
  5. Borno
  6. Cross River
  7. Ebonyi
  8. Gombe
  9. Jigawa
  10. Kaduna
  11. Kano
  12. Katsina
  13. Kebbi
  14. Kogi
  15. Kwara
  16. Nasarawa
  17. Niger
  18. Plateau
  19. Rivers
  20. Sokoto
  21. Taraba
  22. Yobe
  23. Zamfara

Nigerians react to the report of least educationally developed states

Nigerians, as usual, took to the comment section on X page with different reactions to the development.

@JakesOlasupo tweeted:

"Almost all the Northern states are there. They are the ones with the loudest mouth when it comes to elections."

@LupinIkenga tweeted:

"Ndi Igbo, we need to come together and take Ebonyi off this list. It’s a big embarrassment seeing an Igbo state in this disgusting degrading list. We are bigger and better than this."

@eldermohammad tweeted:

"It's great to see that these states are providing special admission consideration for candidates. Access to education is essential for personal growth and societal development."

@TFKay_ tweeted:

"Kudos to Awolowo for exempting Yoruba states from the list."

@Ejikemuwa1 tweeted:

"Bayelsa and Rivers on this list? All their past and present Governors,all the stakeholders in there should bury their heads in shame. 2 oil producing states for that matter."

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