Fully-Funded Doctoral Studentships for International Students at University of Oxford in UK, 2019
Police parade men who inserted pepper into Lady’s part (video)
SAD VIDEO HERE
The Edo Police command has paraded suspects arrested for stripping a 24-year-old lady and rubbing pepper into her private part after accusing her of stealing a phone (iPhone X plus) in Benin, the state capital.
The suspects including the man who inserted the pepper into the girl’s privates, were paraded alongside a native doctor who was involved in the criminal act.
According to Mr. Abubakar Yesufu, President of League of Patriotic Lawyers, the victim did not steal any phone. “She refused the sexual overtures of the kingpin, who orchestrated the aforesaid missing phone and with the aid of a native doctor, he became the accuser and enforcer in chief of that sordid show of shame,” he said.
A video which went viral online, shows how the men stripped the victim and inserted pepper into her private part, claiming that she stole the phone.
The victim was taken to Lafun Hotel located in the state. The hotel is alleged to be owned by a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress. The victim had lodged at the hotel on Sunday night with a man when the controversial phone at the centre of the entire problem got missing.
The victim was said to have been compelled to undergo strange mystic oath taking, at the end of which no result came of the entire drama. But not convinced about the whole issue, the owner of the phone and others dragged the girl to a corner where they carried out the despicable act of inserting pepper into her private parts with a view to forcing her to confess to stealing the phone.
The six suspects arrested so far in connection with the case are Otoghile Joel, owner of the phone alleged to have been stolen by the young woman; Lucky Igbinovia alias ‘One Man Squad’ in whose house the young woman was tortured; Edobor Osemwengie, manager of Lafun Hotel; Kingsley Iyamu,; Gregg Eweka and Friday Omorogbe.
Applications are invited for Fully-Funded Doctoral Studentships within the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford in the UK tenable from 1st October 2019.
Oxford is a world-leading centre of learning, teaching and research. The University of Oxford is consistently ranked amongst the very best Computer Science departments in the world, for both teaching and research. We are committed to attracting the world’s most talented students and working with them to continue the success of the department.
In order to be eligible applicants must submit evidence that you meet the University’s English language requirement for your course (or, if you are eligible, you can request a waiver of the requirement).
- Applications Deadline: January 11, 2019
- Course Level: Studentships are available to pursue Doctoral programme.
- Study Subject: Studentships are awarded to study Doctoral of Philosophy programme. The topics for the studentships are open, but should relate to the interests of one of the Department’s research areas: Algorithms & Complexity Theory, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Automated Verification, Computational Biology and Health Informatics, Cyber-Physical Systems, Foundations, Structures and Quantum, Information Systems, Human-Centred Computing, Programming Languages and Security. We also encourage applications in cross-disciplinary areas such as Linguistics, Biology, Medicine and Quantum Foundations & Quantum Computation.
- Scholarship Award: Each studentship will cover university and college fees with a stipend of at least £14,777 per year.
- Nationality: The studentships are for three years and are open to students of any nationality.
- Number of Scholarships: Numbers not given
- Scholarship can be taken in the UK
Eligibility for the Scholarship
Eligible Countries: The studentships are for three years and are open to students of any nationality.
Entrance Requirements: Applicants must meet the following criteria:
Applicants are normally expected to have, or be predicted to achieve, a first-class or a strong upper second-class grade in either (i) a four-year undergraduate degree (with integrated masters) in a relevant subject (or equivalent international qualifications), or (ii) a three-year BSc/BA degree followed by excellent (distinction) performance in a master’s degree in a relevant subject.
English Language Requirements: You must submit evidence that you meet the University’s English language requirement for your course (or, if you are eligible, you can request a waiver of the requirement), if:
- your first language is not English, or
- your first language is English but you are not a national of a majority English-speaking country recognised by UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI).
How to Apply: The mode of application is online.