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You have an upcoming scholarship exam, you really need that scholarship but you don't know how to prepare for it, perhaps you don't know how the exam would be like, the questions that would be asked, were it would be drawn from, what subjects the examination will be on, the number of questions and marks obtainable. This are questions you want answered, which frankly it's proving difficult for you to answer as no two exams are seemingly the same.
Here is a list local domestic airlines operating Nigeria, and their phone numbers and address, this airlines are responsible for domestic flights to and fro all over the country. This airlines are in operation in some states of the Federation, states like
. Enugu, Kano, Kaduna, Akwa Ibom, Lagos, Rivers, Abuja, Cross River, Delta, Imo and others. They are operating at many airports spread around the country, airports like Akanu Ibiam, Nnamdi Azikwe, MMIA and others.
ADC Airlines Plc,
Business Address: 84, Opebi Road,
Business Phone:234 1 262 1391-5
2. ADC Airlines Plc Business Address:Sheraton Hotel & Towers Zone 4 Business Phone:234 9 8100447
3. Aero. Business Address: Sheraton Hotel Ladi Kwali Way, Business Phone:234 9 4612000
4. Aero Contractors Business Address:14/15 Nwuike St Trans Amadi Industrial Layout Business Phone:234 84 332898
5. Aeromanship Lines Business Address:7 Mcneil Road,Sabo Business Phone:234 1 861893
6. Afri- Air International Ltd. Business Address :ana Complex, GeneralAviation Terminal, M/M Airport, Business Phone:234 1 4978751, 4702449
7. Air Afrique Nig. Business Address:24A Amodu Tijani St, Off Sanusi Fafunwa Street, Business Phone:234 1 2621891, 2621892-3
8. Air Atlantic Nig. Ltd. Business Address:4B Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Business Phone:234 1 4968580
9. Air Guinea Business Address:Murtala Mohhamed International. Airport, Business Phone:234 1 5848689
10. Air Nigeria Business Address:5th Floor, Etiebets Place, 21, Mobolaji Bank-Anthony Way Business Phone:234 1 460 0505, 271 1111
11. Albarkar Air Services Business Address:8A, Udi St. Off Aso Drive Business Phone:234 9 523355
12. Arik Air Business Address: Murtala Muhammed Domestic Airport, P.O. Box 10468 Business Phone:234 1 279 9999, 279 9953-9
13. Associated Airlines Ltd. Business Address:56 Moshood Abiola Crescent, Off toyin Street, Business Phone:234 1 4936514, 4973700, 4960360, 4966185, 090-400354, 09
14. Aviation & Allied Business Business Address:16 Otigba Street, Business Phone:234 1 4971250, 7741594
15. Barnax Airlines Business Address: Barnax Power Hse Aba Road Business Phone:234 84 331176
16. Bellview Airlines Business Address: Bellview Plaza, 66B Opebi Road Business Phone:234 1 270 2700-1, 270 7938
17. Bristow Helicopter Nig. Ltd. Business Address:Genral Aviation Terminal M/M Airport, Business Phone:4961070, 4962610
18. Chanchangi Airline, M/M Airport, Phone:4978226, 7744660
19. Chanchangi Airlines Business Address :port Harcourt Airport Omagwa Business Phone: 084-231920
20. Chanchangi Airlines Business Address:Abuja Sheraton hotel & Towers Zone Business Phone:5230225 Ext 8343
21. Dana Air. Business Address:Port Harcourt International Airport, Business Phone:07041512999, 07041512899
22. Dana Air. Business Address:Sheraton Hotels and Towers Business Phone:7026672144
23. Dana Air. Business Address:Transcorp Hilton Business Phone:7026672146
24. Dana Air, Business Address:51, Allen Avenue Business Phone: 1 280 9888
25. Dana Air. Business Address:Abuja Fedral Secretariate Ground Floor Annexe ll, Phase 1 Business Phone:7040500888
26. Dana Air. Business Address:Akanu Ibiam Intenational Airport, Emene Business Phone:07040399999, 0700449999
27. Dial Travels Bureau Limited. Business Address:15 Azikiwe Road UTB B/Stop Business Phone:234 84 330430
28. EAS Airlines. Business Address: 29, Adeniyi Jones Avenue Business Phone:234 1 496 5802, 497 5016-7, 497 5019
29. Fresh Air Business Address:2 Allen Avenue, Business Phone:4934590, 4979871
30. IRS Airlines Limited Business Address:Rockview Hotel Zone 2 Business Phone:234 9 4137467
Note : It's important you know this, little of the above airlines are under suspension or are out of operation. Other than that the rest are all good. This list is courtesy of Nigeriangallery
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University education was back then the sole responsiblity of the government of Nigeria, with the Universities spread through two ties of the government the State and the Federal government, each having it's own owned University. UNN, and Unilag are good examples of Federal Universites, while ABSU, IMSU are good examples of State Universites. They were lots of government owned universities back then until, gradually private universities started springing up and boosting the number of universities in the country.
Over the years, this private universities has grown, as more and more people started to be aware of this Uni, many parents now see this as a replacement not just an alternative to government owned universities. Many parents now opting for this private unis for their children, contributing to this in no small measure are for one the constant ASUU strike that can delay an undergraduate, stop him from graduating as at when due, the other is the quality of teaching being taught in government Universities, is some how low, their standard not up to average (for some universities), as a result graduates tend to perform below par. Private Universities solved this, but of course you need a lot of money to acquire your degree, and so people tend to pass it up as big man school.
Below are list of some Nigeria's private universities with the amount of money being paid on schools fees affixed to its side where possible.
List of Nigeria's major private universities
American University Of Nigeria
Achievers University, Owo ₦420, 000
Adeleke University,Ede 350,000.00
Ajayi Crowder University ₦500,000
Babcock University ₦620,000
Benson Idahosa ₦500,000
Bowen University, Iwo ₦750,000
Covenant University ₦432,000
Crawford University ₦480,000
Novena University ₦400,000
Igbinedion University Okada ₦643,000
Joseph Ayo Babalola University ₦436,000
Lead City University ₦550,500
Obong University Nigeria ₦190,000
Oduduwa University ₦164,000 Naira
Rhema University ₦325,000
Redeemer’s University ₦571,000
Caleb University ₦505,000
Afe Babalola University ₦690,000
Others are Madonna University, Gregory University and some other minor, minor ones. The Universities are all spread out in the country, from Enugu (South East), Edo (South West), Kano (North) and Rivers (South South), all zones in Nigeria are covered. So if you're looking for one you'll likely find more than one in each state.
This war is not a war where each warring party takes up weapons, nor is it a physical war where each other engages in physical combat. This is letter-writing war, between former president of Nigeria Olesegun Obasanjo known as OBJ, and the current president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. They are some matters arising from this letter writing, things you may not have heard, which I'll consider, starting from
What started OBJ's letter?OBJ claimed many things, some of which are harsh but true, his motivation was the state of the country; the Boko haram terror, power cuts, the trouble in Rivers State between Governor Ameachi and Jonathan etc. This factors moved him to write that letter a letter where he was mean indirectly calling Nigeria's president The Nigerian is CEO, where he pointed out what Mr. President need to do, or else he should resign a lot of other things was pointed out; why Mr. President is incapable of leading Nigeria, why he shouldn't run for presidency in 2015 etc. This letter is long an 18 page letter that is all written to either frighten, anger, or frustrate Goodluck Jonathan or make him feel the above feelings. Welcome to politics guys
Mr. President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan GEJ inshort, did what was expected of him he replied OBJ's letter. How GEJ replied OBJ is interesting, he didn't come out openly to challenge OBJ, pointing the level of corruption during his regime, nor did he warn OBJ to stay out of his affairs. GEJ because of his political aspiration come 2015 cleaverly threw back what was OBJ wrote, he removed himself from all the negativity in that letter while asking some of his questions, questions which brought out the worst of OBJ.
All this was done through letter writing! By grown ups and stakeholders in Nigeria, inshort it could be said that OBJ is the Godfather of politics in PDP and Nigeria at large while GEJ is the current chief executive of PDP and Nigeria, godfather makes the rules while executive executes it. For them to be at war means Nigeria is shaking, afterall when two giant Elephants fights the grass feels it. OBJ finally said what he has been longing to say since, he announced that he will be quiting Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), because a thief has just been made PDP's chairman. So he is saying bye bye to PDP unless someone is sacked.
Nigeria is funny, they are creative inshort, joking with letter writing as if they are still in primary school, ha! Since letter writing has become such a big deal, I might as well pick up my pen and paper and write a letter to MTN Nigeria, to tell them to stop sending me all those unwanted text messages, and stop over billing me. Any way this war is serious and Mr. President knows this, if this war is not settled before 2015, it will bring one of the chracteristic of war; calsualty, people will be affected, even lives may be lost.