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Sokoto State University Batch A Admission List – 2015/2016

Sokoto State University Batch A Admission List for the 2015/2016 academic session has been released and all candidates that applied for admission into the institution can now check the list online:

Sokoto State University Batch A Admission List - 2015/2016

2015/2016 Sokoto State University Batch A Admission List

Sokoto State university has released the batch A list of admitted students for the 2015/2016 academic session. Follow the procedure below to check your admission status:

1) Candidates can check their admission status via this link:

>> http://ssu.edu.ng/postutme/index.php

2) Enter your UTME Reg Number

3) Click on “Check Result” to view your admission status.

About Sokoto State University

Sokoto town as the seat of the caliphate was built by Sultan Muhammad Bello, who was son to Sheikh Usman bin Fodio, the leader of the Sokoto Jihad of 1804.

The area that constitutes the present day Sokoto State predates the creation of Nigeria, the Sokoto Caliphate, the Gobir Kingdom, and the Songhai or Kebbi Kingdom of Muhammad Kotal Kanta. The area rather had witnessed the wanderings and crisscrossing of Stone-age man as recorded by Basil Davidson and Garba Nadama in their various sources.

Perhaps, the full account of the civilization that had developed in this part of the world could be fully grasped if the works of heinrich Barth are fully read, in conjunction with that of the great Arabs and Berbers travelers of Western Sudan. This civilization existed as early as 500AD and up to 1500AD, and its Central activity was that of acquiring Islamic knowledge and History.

This civilization brought about the appearance of the Great Kingdom of Kanta of Kebbi and the subsequent Hausa-City states and later, the Sokoto Caliphate. The Sokoto Caliphate saw to the emergence for the first time of a qualitative Political Arrangement that witnessed the development of a central governance structure with flag bearers controlling the units of the confederation. Education was not centrally organized in the Sokoto polity, so also were other areas of human endeavours. Every confederating unit was allowed to evolve its’ own organizations.


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