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List of Private Universities In Nigeria (A-Z) 



List of Private Universities In Nigeria

This is the list of private universities we have in Nigeria,  with the year they were created. some of the private universities are owned by wealthy individuals, others are owned by Top church owners.  Private universities are more expensive than federal and state universities in Nigeria. before making a choice of your school, do well to investigate.

1.List of Private Universities In Nigeria- 2007

2. Adeleke University, Ede – 2011

3. Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti – Ekiti State -2009

4. African University of Science & Technology, Abuja – 2007

5. Ajayi Crowther University, Ibadan – 2005

6. Al-Hikmah University, Ilorin – 2005

7. Al-Qalam University, Katsina – 2005

8. American University of Nigeria, Yola – 2003

9.Augustine University – 2015

10.Babcock University,Ilishan-Remo – 1999

11.Baze University-2011

12.Bells University of Technology, Otta -2005

13.Benson Idahosa University, Benin City-2002

14.Bingham University, New Karu-2005

15.Bowen University, Iwo – 2001

16.Caleb University, Lagos-2007

17.Caritas University, Enugu -2005

18.Chrisland University – 2015

19.Covenant University Ota- 2002

20.Crawford University Igbesa – 2005

21.Crescent University – 2005

22.Edwin Clark University, Kaigbodo – 2015

23.Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin – 2012

24.Evangel University, Akaeze – 2012

25.Fountain Unveristy, Oshogbo – 2007

26.Godfrey Okoye University, Ugwuomu-Nike – Enugu State – 2009

27.Gregory University, Uturu – 2012

28.Hallmark University – 2015

29.Hezekiah University, Umudi – 2015

30.Igbinedion University Okada – 1999

31.Joseph Ayo Babalola University, Ikeji-Arakeji – 2006

32.Kings University – 2015

33.Kwararafa University, Wukari – 2005

34.Landmark University, Omu-Aran. – 2011

35.Lead City University, Ibadan – 2005

36.Madonna University, Okija – 1999

37.Mcpherson University, Seriki Sotayo, Ajebo – 2012

38.Micheal & Cecilia University – 2015

39.Mountain Top University – 2015

40.Nile University of Nigeria, Abuja – 2009

41.Novena University, Ogume – 2005

42.Obong University, Obong Ntak – 2007

43.Oduduwa University, Ipetumodu – Osun State – 2009

44.Pan-Atlantic University, Lagos – 2002

45.Paul University, Awka – Anambra State

46.Redeemer’s University, Mowe – 2005

47.Renaissance University, Enugu – 2005

48.Rhema University, Obeama-Asa – Rivers State.

49.Ritman University – 2015

50.Salem University, Lokoja – 2007

51.Samuel Adegboyega University, Ogwa. – 2011

52.Southwestern University, Oku Owa – 2012

53.Summit University – 2015

54.Tansian University, Umunya – 2007

55.University of Mkar, Mkar – 2005

56.Veritas University – 2007

57.Wellspring University, Evbuobanosa – Edo State- 2009

58.Wesley University. of Science & Technology, Ondo – 2007

59.Western Delta University, Oghara Delta State – 2007

60.Christopher University Mowe – 2015

61.Kola Daisi University Ibadan, Oyo State – 2016

62.Anchor University Ayobo Lagos State – 2016

63.Dominican University Ibadan Oyo State – 2016

64.Legacy University, Okija Anambra State – 2016

65.Arthur Javis University Akpoyubo Cross river State – 2016

66.Cn Hill University Eiyenkorin, Kwara State – 2016

67.Coal City University Enugu State – 2016

68,.Clifford University Owerrinta Abia State – 2016

69.Admiralty University, Ibusa Delta State – 2017

70.Spiritan University, Nneochi Abia State – 2017

71.Precious Cornerstone University, Oyo – 2017

72.PAMO University of Medical Sciences, Portharcourt – 2017

73.Atiba University Oyo – 2017

74.Eko University of Medical and Health Sciences Ijanikin, Lagos – 2017

75.Skyline University, Kano – 2018

76.Greenfield University, Kaduna – 2019

77.Dominion University Ibadan, Oyo State – 2019

78.Trinity University Ogun State – 2019

79.Westland University Iwo, Osun State – 2019

80.Topfaith University, Mkpatak, Akwa Ibom State – 2021

81.Thomas Adewumi University, Oko-Irese, Kwara State – 2021

82.Maranatha University, Mgbidi, Imo State – 2021

83.Ave Maria University, Piyanko, Nasarawa State – 2021

84.Al-Istiqama University, Sumaila, Kano State – 2021

85.Mudiame University, Irrua, Edo State – 2021

86.Havilla University, Nde-Ikom, Cross River State – 2021

87.Claretian University of Nigeria, Nekede, Imo State – 2021

88.NOK University, Kachia, Kaduna State – 2021

89.Karl-Kumm University, Vom, Plateau State – 2021

90.James Hope University, Lagos, Lagos State – 2021

91.Maryam Abacha American University of Nigeria, Kano State – 2021

92.Capital City University, Kano State – 2021

93.Ahman Pategi University, Kwara State – 2021

94.University of Offa, Kwara State

95.Mewar University, Masaka, Nasarawa State – 2021

96.Edusoko University, Bida, Niger State- 2021

97.Philomath University, Kuje, Abuja – 2021

98.Khadija University, Majia, Jigawa State – 2021

99.Anan University, Kwall, Plateau State – 2021

100.University of Agbor, Delta State– 2021












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Busted! How Three Men Connived To Defraud Lagos MD Through A Phantom Contract




According to a report by The PUNCH, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission’s Lagos zonal office has obtained the conviction of Joseph Adele, Richie Ojeba, and John Ogo for an N65 million fraud from the Special Offences Court in Ikeja, presided over by Justice Mojisola Dada.

The convicts began their journey to prison, according to the EFCC’s Head of Media and Publicity, Wilson Uwujaren, after conspiring to defraud Dr Joseph Mekiliuwa, the Managing Director of Wealth Builders Technical Services, through a fictitious contract they claimed Total Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited was offering for the installation of solar panels in the Egi community, Port Harcourt.

The statement read in part, “They were first arraigned in September 2020 on 15 counts bordering on conspiracy, stealing and obtaining by false pretences, to which they pleaded not guilty.

“However, on June 17, 2021, they changed their plea to guilty, when they were re-arraigned before the trial judge on amended three counts.”

One of the counts read, “That you, Joseph Worhabiko Adele (aka Joseph Azunda), Richie Edward Ojeba, John Ovie Ogo, Beauty Wugate Adele (still at large) and Hajia Jemila Yunusa (still at large), sometime in March 2019 in Lagos, within the jurisdiction of this honourable court, conspired to steal the sum of  N65,070,000, property of Dr Joseph Mekiliuwa, Managing Director, Wealth Builders Technical Services.”

According to the statement, Ojeba was also accused of possessing fraudulent documents used in the fraud.

The prosecuting counsel, S. O. Daji, told the court that the EFCC received a petition from the complainant accusing the defendants and others of defrauding him in January 2020.

“Investigation was subsequently carried out and it was discovered that the complainant was defrauded of N65,070,000, with the three defendants being beneficiaries of the fraud,” he said.

Daji also informed the court that the first defendant received N13,806,000, while the second and third defendants each received N22,350,000 and N22,150,000.

He further informed the court, “As part of the plea bargain, the first defendant has so far refunded N6,000,000 to the complainant; the second defendant has so far refunded N20,000,000, while the third defendant has refunded N12,500,000.”

He presented the EFCC with the convicts’ statements as well as the fraudulent documents obtained from the third defendant as evidence.

The defendants were all convicted on count one and sentenced to six months in prison, according to the anti-graft agency’s statement.

“They were sentenced to one year in prison on count two. The third defendant was further convicted on count three and sentenced to six months in jail. The sentences are to run concurrently. They were, however, given an option of N500,000 in lieu of the jail terms,” the statement added.

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Euro 2020:Pogba discusses Rudiger’s bite after France defeats Germany 1-0



France defeated Germany at the Allianz Arena thanks to an own goal by Mats Hummel in the first half.

Following France’s 1-0 win over Germany on Tuesday night, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba downplayed Antonio Rudiger’s bite.

Pogba also urged UEFA not to suspend the Chelsea defender as a result of the incident.

But, before halftime, Rudiger sparked outrage when he was caught biting Pogba while they were off the ball together.

Pogba lodged a complaint with the Spanish referee, Carlos del Cerro Grande, who took no action, and VAR did not appear to investigate the incident.

Following France’s 1-0 win over Germany on Tuesday night, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba played down Antonio Rudiger’s bite.

Pogba also urged UEFA not to suspend the Chelsea defender over the incident.

Pogba complained to the Spanish referee, Carlos del Cerro Grande, who took no action, and VAR did not appear to review the incident.

Rudiger ‘bites’ in Euro 2020 Pogba suffers a setback in Germany’s loss to France.

Tony [Rudiger] and I are friends. “There was nothing significant,” Pogba, who was named man of the match, said after the game in his post-match press conference.

“I believe you saw the television pictures; this is all over; this belongs in the past; I am not crying for yellow or red cards as a result of such actions.

“He nibbled, I believe, a little on me, but we’ve known each other for a long time.

“I felt it, I told the referee, he makes the decisions, and he makes the decision. It’s over; all I want to do now is play football.

“He hasn’t received a card, and I think it’s better that way. It was a fantastic match for us, the fans, and the spectators. I don’t want him to be suspended as a result of this situation. We hugged each other at the end of the game, and that was the end of it.”


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Insecurity: How the Nigerian Army Chief, Yahaya Bello, plans to address security challenges



Insecurity: How the Nigerian Army Chief, Yahaya Bello, plans to address security challenges


The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Major Gen. Faruk Yahaya, stated that addressing Nigeria’s security challenges required the collaboration of all stakeholders.

Yahaya made the revelation when he appeared before the Joint House of Representatives Committees on Defence and the Army for screening on Tuesday in Abuja.

The COAS said he hopes to bring his thirty-six years of experience in the Army to work with other service chiefs and all stakeholders to tackle security challenges in Nigeria.

“From my experience, this job can’t be done by a single service or entity, the Army itself is a group work, not individual and that’s why we’re arranged in sections, companies, battalions and brigades.

“Captured in the vision of the previous COAS, and in my vision as well, is the mention of a collaborative environment in what we do, having realized that this job is not a one-service job.

“It also necessitates other agencies and stakeholders, and as we speak, the former chief has already gathered these as a cornerstone for the achievement of his mandate, as evidenced by the composition of the Army, Navy, and Air Force, as well as the Police, DSS, and Civil Defence, and all other stakeholders,” he said.

Yahaya went on to say that internal security is an intelligence-driven operation that requires traditional rulers, communities, opinion leaders, and anyone else who can provide information, emphasizing that the enemy hides within us.

He believes that traditional rulers should provide information, support, and collaborate with the Army.


The Nigerian Army will win all battles because we are loyal to Buhari.

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