A look at the ranking indicates that the University of Ibadan, Covenant University, and Obafemi Awolowo University occupied the top three spots respectively.
While two of the top three, UI and OAU, are federal universities, the remaining one, Covenant University, is private-owned. The University of Nigeria (UNN) and the University of Lagos (UNILAG) emerged fourth and fifth in Nigeria respectively .
While Federal University Lokoja as one of the newly approved university by the Led Goodluck Jonathan administration in 2012.
The aim of the ranking is to promote academic web presence and support the Open Access initiatives.
Here is a full list of the top 20 Nigerian universities, according to Webometrics:
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