Thursday, September 29, 2022

University of Calabar

September 19, 2022

Police rescue abducted Calabar varsity student

The 24-year-old student, Deborah Effiom, was abducted from her parents house on August 31 and her parents made to pay N5.05 million in ransom.

May 3, 2022

No press freedom for Nigerian journalists if they remain underpaid: Don

The university lecturer said the Nigeria Union of Journalists had failed to safeguard its members’ interests.

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March 15, 2022

UNICAL postpones convocation ceremony over ASUU strike

UNICAL assured that a new date would be announced in due course.

University of Calabar
November 7, 2021

AnambraDecides: Polling Officer bolts with results sheets in Idemili LGA

While the returning officer, the PDP agent say there was no election in some wards, the APC agent says the election was held but it was not collated.

October 10, 2021

UNICAL to create digital profile of students

This is to enable them to have digital profiles of students of the institution.

UNICAL VC
October 7, 2021

UNICAL to sanction staff extorting students

”The attention of the university’s management has been drawn to reports alleging that members of staff are extorting money from new students.”

University of Calabar
September 6, 2021

NFVCB: Buhari regime bans movies glamourising villains

“But when you produce a particular film and you glamourise…someone who has done terrible things against the culture…without punishment, we don’t approve such films.”

June 30, 2021

Graduates refused to collect 42,000 certificates: UNICAL

The University of Calabar says there are over 42,000 unclaimed certificates by graduates of the institution from the 1980s to date.

March 25, 2021

Court jails don for falsifying election results for Akpabio

The professor of soil science was convicted for falsifying senatorial election results to favour former governor Godswill Akpabio.

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January 18, 2021

UNICAL to resume 2019/2020 academic calendar February 5

The University Senate on Monday approved the revised academic calendar for 2019/2020 session.