Bayero University Kano (BUK) Postgraduate Registration Procedure for 2018/2019 Academic Session

Churchill Writes Petition To IGP Against Tonto Dikeh

Olakunle Churchill, the estranged husband of Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, has petitioned the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Mohammad Adamu, against the controversial actress.

Churchil accused his former wife of document forgery and illegal sale of his Toyota Prado SUV vehicle worth N22 million.

He submitted the letter through his lawyer, Ace Solicitors, to the office of the IGP and made the acknowledged copy, dated April 4, available on social media, NAN reports.

The petitioner alleged that he acquired the said vehicle through his organisation, Big Church Group.

He alleged that after their divorce, he left the white Prado SUV with Tonto Dikeh, and she thereafter forged ownership documents of the car, and eventually sold it.

The petition read in part:

“The car was bought for domestic use of the family, particularly in view of the fact that Ms Tonto Dikeh-Churchill (as she then was) had just put to bed.

“The car was bought in the name of our client’s company as a result of the partnership our client’s company had with Toyota at the material time.

“When the marriage broke down irretrievably, Miss Tonto Dikeh made away with the said vehicle and sold the vehicle to unknown person(s).

“This is without the consent of our client or the company, and without a proper paper work and change of ownership.

“Sir, this complaint has become imperative not for the purpose of recovering the said vehicle from Tonto Dikeh or any third party, but for record and documentation purposes.

“It is to absolve our client and Big Church Group Limited of any liability in the event of the said vehicle being used for any illegal purpose, as our client is not aware of who the vehicle was sold to.”

In a swift reaction, however, the actress said on her IG page: “Little by little the truth is coming out, and we all come out. Please keep shooting yourself on the leg, I am here for it.”

The controversial actress got married in 2015 to Olakunle Churchill, a Nigerian businessman and philanthropist and they have a son from the union.

However, the separation crisis started when it was reported that a certain woman had stepped into the scene, with Tonto Dikeh removing her husband’s surname from her Instagram account.

After their divorce, the duo have been at war of words on social media, with Churchill demanding for exclusive access to his son, who nonetheless has been in the custody of the actress.

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The management of the Bayero University, Kano (BUK), School of Postgraduate Studies (SPS), has released the registration procedure for the fresh and returning postgraduate students for the 2018/2019 academic session.

BUK Postgraduate Registration Procedure.

PAYMENT of BUK postgraduate school fees will close on Friday, 26th of April 2019. and ALL other activities related to postgraduate registration will close on Sunday, 28th of April 2019. Students are advised to conclude all course registration activities before the closing date as complains relating to registration would not be entertained after the closing date.

A. Authentication (http://mybuk.buk.edu.ng/sps/authentication.php)

All students whether fresh or returning need to authenticate their studentship before starting the registration process.

Fresh students need their (i) Admission letter serial number, (ii) Application Number and (iii) Registration Number for authentication. Fresh students are free to choose their password at the point of authentication. After successful authentication, a username is generated for a student.

Returning students need their (i) Registration Number, (ii) Last Session’s Username and (iii) Last Session’s Password for authentication. Returning students have a choice of changing their password at the point of authentication.

All passwords must be at least 6 characters long and are case-sensitive.

B. Login (http://mybuk.buk.edu.ng/sps/login.php)

After successful authentication, students can use their respective username and password to login in order to start or continue with the registration process.

C. Registration Procedure

The registration procedure is as follows:

i) Profile Update: Students must first update their profile. Note that students are strongly advised to update their phone numbers and emails as they are used on their BUK Personalised Payment Form (BUKPPF).

ii) Student Information Form (S.I.F.): After profile update students can generate and download/print their Student Information Form (SIF).

iii) BUK Personalised Payment Form (BUKPPF): Students must generate, download and print a BUK Personalised Payment Form (BUKPPF). Registration fees are reflected on student’s BUKPPF, to be paid using Remita e-Payments and e-Collection platform (click here for the payment procedure). Make sure you carefully read, understand and follow the payment procedure, as BUK will not be liable for any lost of funds as a result of incorrect data entry. Students must make sure that they entered ALL the information of the BUKPPF EXACTLY. Students must also ensure that

  • Name of MDA
  • Name of Service/Purpose
  • Description
  • Amount to Pay (₦)
  • Registration No.
  • BUKPPF ID
  • Payer’s Full Name
  • Payer’s Email
  • Payer’s Phone

are captured exactly as they are written on the BUKPPF. Note that Payer (Payer’s Full Name, Payer’s Email, Payer’s Phone) means the student, so even if the student is not the one making the payment (payment by proxy) make sure to use the student information. Any misinformation may lead to unnecessary delay in validating and processing of payment. Payments are usually validated and processed within 24/48 hours of making payment. NOTE THAT ALL FEES ARE NOT REFUNDABLE AFTER PAYMENT

iv) Student Payment Receipt (S.P.R.): After payment is validated and processed, students must generated and download/print Student Payment Receipt (SPR) in order to continue with the registration.

v) Course Registration: After printing the SPR, a student can register his/her courses. Students are strongly advised to seek the guidance of their respective level coordinators on the courses they are supposed to register with any limitations and/or restrictions.

vi) Course Registration Form (C.R.F.): After course registration students must generate and download/print the Course Registration Form (CRF). The CRF contains the details of the registered courses.

vii) Registration Acknowledgement Slip (R.A.S.): After printing the CRF, students can print the Registration Acknowledgement Slip (RAS) to acknowledge that they have successfully completed their registration process.

Students can logout and continue the registration at a later time.

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