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July 10: 21 Years After Murder Of Five OAU Students, Survivors, Families Await Justice


Today makes it 21 years after the bloody cult attack in which five students were murdered at Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile Ife.

It was Saturday, July 10, 1999, and the students killed included a 21-year-old 400-Level law student and the then Secretary-General of the Students Union, George Iwilade, popularly referred to as Afrika.

Others killed were Eviano Ekeimu, 400-Level Medicine; Yemi Ajiteru, an extra year student; Babatunde Oke, 100-Level Philosophy, and Godfrey Ekpede.

According to a survivor of the attack, Lanre Adeleke (Legacy), who was the then students’ union president, the then vice-chancellor, Wale Omole, was the sponsor of the deadly attack.

He told PREMIUM TIMES that his colleagues were killed in Blocks 5 and 8 of Awolowo Hall of the university, allegedly by members of Black Axe Confraternity.

While Mr Omole was accused of involvement in the attack, he has repeatedly denied the allegations and also said he was not found wanting by a panel of enquiry set up by the federal government through the Ministry of Education, then headed by Tunde Adeniran, a professor.

Mr Adeleke told PREMIUM TIMES the attack was carried out in 1999 with the intention to kill union leaders fighting against irregularities after Mr Iwilade had led students to a parade of nine members of the Black Axe Confraternity four months earlier.

He told our correspondent that he escaped being killed by jumping from the third floor of Block 8 of the Awolowo Hall where his room was.

While arrests were made thereafter, he is saddened that Nigeria’s corrupt judicial system allowed suspects to escape justice.

In an earlier report by PREMIUM TIMES, Mr Adeleke said: “We started the arrest from the day it happened. We went after some of them that we had their names. We were able to pick about 33 of them out of about 48, they were arraigned and we pursued the case in courts for good three and half years. For three and half years, I was practically doing nothing. We go to court almost every day to make sure justice prevailed.”

The matter was first handled by Justice Okoi Itam-led Judicial Commission of Inquiry, which rebuked Mr Omole’s administration before the matter was left for the court to decide.

“We were always in court because we wanted justice. Unfortunately, there were internal issues in Osun State then, which was part of the reasons why justice was not done. That was the real set back we had after three and a half years due to the complications of the judicial system itself,” Mr Adeleke told PREMIUM TIMES.

“Despite the fact (that) the judicial enquiry under the administration of Olusegun Obasanjo asked that the VC be tried, no government has made effort. No government has the morals.

“Even the bursar at that panel of enquiry confirmed to us what one of the cultists said; that they were given over N300,000 two days before the incident to buy ammunition for security reasons. It was established. The money was given to them on July 8 through one Kazeem Bello who was not even a student of Ife but a student of UNILAG. They arrested Kazeem then, and he made (a) confession.

“Despite evidence of identification by a witness who claimed to have seen Mr Idahosa, one of the suspects, with arms on the morning of the murder, and the confession of Kazeem Bello, the court held that he had no case to answer.”

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Maintaining his demand for justice, Mr Adeleke, who is invited every year to give his account of the incident, insists that: “A criminal case is not something that ends like that. It has a long life. Even if we forget about those that were illegally discharged, what about others? I knew many of them ran away immediately after the attack but that’s not the issue.

“The issue of justice is not about arresting everybody. Even if it is few or even one or even Professor Wale Omole, people will have this sense of relief. The victory lies in how much we are able to make sure cultism do(es) not rise by bringing these people to book.”

In our earlier publication two years ago, Mr Omole did not return calls or reply to text messages sent. Meanwhile, in a telephone interview on Friday, he said: “the matter is gone and I don’t want to talk about it. Even my children have told me not to address the press on this again. People bring this allegation I know nothing about every year”, he concluded as he refused further comment.

Tayo Iwilade, a graduate of OAU, also speaks about the murder of his brother and others.

Mr Iwilade, currently a lawyer and rights activist, said the family monitored the criminal trial of three of the suspects, which ended in “circumstances we consider strange to date.”

For him, he wondered whether the investigative arm of the criminal justice system has delivered well on its duty towards the search for justice.

Meanwhile, 21 years after the attack, the constant clampdown on unionism has raised concerns over the security situation on campus. Students on several occasions have accused their colleagues’ exhibit tendencies similar to those of cultists.

This newspaper also reported how the institution suspended six students for involvement in cultism last year.

For the authority, the school’s chief security officer, Babatunde Oyatokun, said the university would keep working to maintain its reputation for a peaceful campus and zero tolerance for cultism.

The university spokesperson, Abiodun Olanrewaju, did not respond to enquiries as to when the student Union ban would be lifted.

Current students of the university will be holding a virtual conference today to discuss the past, present and future of students’ unionism amidst cult attacks across Nigeria.

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THE TRAUMA OF RAPE

According to my own lame man definition,Rape is the abduction of a woman for sexual purpose which involve forceful penetration into any of the body part such as vagina,anal,oral. It can also be other sexual act that doesn't involve penetration.

The psychological effect of rape on the victim are suicidal impulses,several nightmares,fear of sex,coldness towards life,mourning,low self esteem etc.also the rapist go through some psychological effect such as regret,remorse etc.

If one falls victim of Rape ,the person should seek medical attention,visit a counsellor,report the case to the police immediately and make sure the evidence is been preserved.

However,Rape can be prevented by not allowing oneself to be isolated with a man. Also be careful of whom you allow into your house. Trust your instincts,when you feel uncomfortable around someone take your leave.Act quickly when you are around a rapist either by lying to the rapist that you have sexually transmitted diseases or you can react negatively and forcefully. .

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In Nigeria: A call for action to uphold good governance amidst general inaction, fraud, corrupt practices and insecurity to lives and property?


The federal govt led by President Bola Asiwaju Tinubu (PBAT) is busy making monetary policies that their actions are opposed to. What are the ways, and the optimal way out of this dilemma?


In the heart of Nigeria's challenges, where corruption, insecurity, and governance failures loom large, there emerges a clarion call for

transformation. Let us heed this call, for within it lies the seeds of hope and progress.


The Epistocratic Challenge: A Call for Change


Obasesam Okoi and MaryAnne Iwara, in their insightful analysis, highlight the systemic risks plaguing Nigeria: election fraud, terrorist attacks, herder-farmer conflicts, armed banditry, ethnic and religious militias, injustice, disregard for rule of law by persons in positions of authority, and police/security operatives brutality. These are not mere shadows; they are the stark realities faced by our nation. The failure of governance to address these issues is a glaring indictment of our current system.


The Charter of Accountability and Good Governance


To navigate this treacherous terrain, we must forge a new path—a charter of accountability, good governance, and systems that exhibit zero-tolerance for corruption. Let us inscribe within it the following principles:


1. Citizen-Centric Leadership: Our leaders must recognize that they serve the people and practice the servant leadership model.Their duty lies in attending to the legitimate expectations and needs of the citizens. The public good must always triumph over personal interests. Such leaders will abhor unrealistic emoluments and benefits to self, shun budget padding and extra-ordinary expenditure of public funds.


2. Transparency and Responsiveness: The opacity of governance breeds distrust. Let us throw open the doors, allowing light to disinfect our institutions. Responsive leaders listen to the pulse of the people, adapting policies to their needs.


3. Rule of Law and Human Rights: Justice is the cornerstone of good governance. Upholding the rule of law ensures that no one is above justice, and human rights are inviolable. Let us champion these ideals¹.


4. Education and Voter Capability: Our voters need enlightenment. An epistocratic system—one founded on the pedigree of leaders and the education of voters—can break the chains of ignorance. Educated voters make informed choices, and capable leaders steer the ship of state with wisdom¹.


The Optimal Way Forward


1. Institutional Strengthening: Bolster our institutions—the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), and the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB). These guardians of integrity must be fortified to combat corruption and malfeasance.


2. Holistic Policy Reform: Policies are the lifeblood of governance. Let us craft policies that empower, uplift, and protect. A robust policy framework, rooted in economic growth and development, will be our compass.


3. Unity and Collective Action: We stand stronger together. Citizens, civil society, and the private sector must unite. Our collective voice can shake the foundations of corruption and demand accountability.


The Call Echoes

Nigeria, our beloved land, awaits her redemption. Let us heed the call for change, for within it lies our destiny. Rise, fellow Nigerians, rise! The dawn of a new era beckons, and together, we shall forge a legacy of good governance, justice, and prosperity.


"It is impossible to enjoy the fruits of effort without first making the effort." — Margaret Thatcher


Let our effort be unwavering, our resolve unyielding. For Nigeria, for our children, for generations yet unborn—let us be the architects of transformation. 🇳🇬

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Yes! First African Distance Learning University Degree is Recognized in Africa , USA, Europe and Asia .

Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


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8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

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Recognized Degree Certificates from First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) in USA, Europe, Asia, Africa .


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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FADLU is Legit and also Licenced


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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FADLU is Licenced by


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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FADLU LIAISON OFFICE ENUGU .

No. 1 Giland Chime Street Railway Line New Haven Extension Enugu State , along Express , Fly over International Airport Enugu , Abakaliki Road .

Email : [email protected] ,

[email protected]

[email protected]

*************

ADDRESS : 8825 Calvin Cir Newburgh Indiana , In 47630 , United State ,

Tel (+18)12-203-0040 ,

Email : [email protected] ,

[email protected]

[email protected]


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Address : 193 Booischotseweg Street ,

City: Jemeppe-sur-sambre

State/province/area: Namur

Zip code: 5190

Country: Belgium ,

Email : [email protected]


[email protected]

[email protected]

Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/

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Nigeria Police : Government should Forms an Investigating Department Teams to Tackle Police Corruption-informing stint , during any time citizens paid police to arrest his or her fellow citizen for them - Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland , THENEWSGIST.

Innocent Behind Bars: The Harsh Reality of Wrongful Imprisonment in Nigeria , Government must create investigating department to monitor Nigeria police on that - Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland Break Silence .

Published by THENEWSGIST


Nigeria Police : Government should Forms an Investigating Department Teams to Tackle Police Corruption-informing stint , during any time citizens paid police to arrest his or her fellow citizen for them - Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland break silence.

The are so many Nigerians arrested and detained , also sent to prison's in Nigeria through false accusations laid by their fellow Nigerian

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First African Distance Learning University in Nigeria

Welcome To FADLU

By

Iwuoha Innocent


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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FADLU ONLINE UNIVERSITY

FIRST AFRICAN DISTANCE LEARNING UNIVERSITY

By

Iwuoha Innocent


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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" FADLU OPEN UNIVERSITY *


FIRST AFRICAN DISTANCE LEARNING UNIVERSITY

By

Iwuoha Innocent


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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FADLU Distance Learning University

WELCOME TO FIRST AFRICAN DISTANCE LEARNING UNIVERSITY

By

Iwuoha Innocent


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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FADLU Online University

WELCOME TO FIRST AFRICAN DISTANCE LEARNING UNIVERSITY

By

Iwuoha Innocent


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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FADLU : Top Distance Learning University in Nigeria


By

Iwuoha Innocent


Licenses Obtained by Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland:


1 . The Education Board of Accreditation accredited First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) after achieving a remarkable score of 100 points, well above the expected average of 40 points, during a self-assessment conducted through CCLP World Wide Accreditation on December 28, 2020.


2 .First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited was incorporated as a private company Unlimited by the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria on March 8th, 2021, with Registration Number: 1766732.

3 . First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is a registered member of the European Council for Business Education, with a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52. The User ID is 770, and the profile is active.


4 . First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is a Registered Member of the Association of African Universities, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) holds the Registration Number AAU/OMU/20210301/163.


5 . First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is also a proud registered member of the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) with an Account ID: 386827 E.T.C .


https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/

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World's Youngest University Owner - Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland.

Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland: Owner and Proprietor of the Globally Recognized First African Distance Learning University (FADLU)


By

Iwuoha Innocent

Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland hails from Ugwuoma village, Ogugu Ntegbenese, in Awgu Local Government, Enugu State, Nigeria. He is the proud owner and proprietor of the esteemed First African Distance Learning University (FADLU).


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

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First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


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8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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The World Youngest University Chancellor & Founder : Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland


The World's Youngest University Owner : Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland


Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland: Owner and Proprietor of the Globally Recognized First African Distance Learning University (FADLU)


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Iwuoha Innocent

Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland hails from Ugwuoma village, Ogugu Ntegbenese, in Awgu Local Government, Enugu State, Nigeria. He is the proud owner and proprietor of the esteemed First African Distance Learning University (FADLU).


Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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The World's Youngest University Owner : Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland Achievement .

Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland: Owner and Proprietor of the Globally Recognized First African Distance Learning University (FADLU)

By

Iwuoha Innocent

Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland hails from Ugwuoma village, Ogugu Ntegbenese, in Awgu Local Government, Enugu State, Nigeria. He is the proud owner and proprietor of the esteemed First African Distance Learning University (FADLU).

Licenses that Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland obtained:

1 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) received accreditation from the Education Board of Accreditation on December 28, 2020, after a self-assessment via CCLP World Wide Accreditation. FADLU achieved an impressive score of 100 points, far higher than the projected average of 40 points.

2 .

On March 8, 2021, the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria formed First African Distance Learning University “FADLU” Unlimited as a private business Unlimited. The registration number for this firm is 1766732.


3 .

With a registration date of July 19, 2021, at 17:54:52, First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is officially recognized as a member of the European Council for Business Education. The profile is live, and the User ID is 770.

4 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) is registered under the AAU/OMU/20210301/163 registration number and is a member of the Association of African Universities.

5 .

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU) becomes a registered member of AAC&U , Registration Number: 386827.

6.

First African Distance Learning University (FADLU ) Joins Distance Education Accrediting Commission (DEAC ) in the year 2023 .


7 .


8. Recognition of Signatory Excellence Awarded to Chime Ifebuchechukwu Giland through Education Charter , Certificate No : 10015 .

8 .. First African Distance Learning University, FADLU Was Established On December 28th 2020 .

https://sites.google.com/view/edufadlu/


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