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Join Larrysam, Pope Jay, Joshua Adama, Others At The Reflector Review

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Let it not be said that all a generation concerns itself with is an unguided thirst for fame and booty-shaking entertainment, in a society dying by its own sword!

Let it be said, that ours is a generation of conscious and concerned citizens; a generation where everyone rescues their voices from drowning.

Again, Reflector Review sets this stage for a town hall meeting, where we discuss trending issues like:

RESTRUCTURING NIGERIAN FEDERALISM: A CRITICAL LOOK

ROAD TO THE WHITE HOUSE: THE TRUMP-CLINTON PHENOMENON

NYSC: YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW

NASU, SSANU AND THE QUESTION OF THE NEXT VC

Our lead discussants are:

Olanrewaju Oyedeji
Adama Joshua
Ojelabi Jesujoba
Nwabilo Tim
Joel Akinguola

GREAT IFE STUDENTS! WE ANTICIPATE YOUR VOICE!

Announcer - The Team Reflector

OAU Comedian, Showbaba To Lead OAU SU Electoral Commission

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Popular OAU Comedian, Fadele Olusola, known to many as Showbaba, has emerged Chairman of the OAU Students' Union Electoral Committee. The committee which was brought on board by the Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Elujoba, in a bid to help fully reinstate the activities of the Union held an in-house election on Friday 4th November, 2016.

The Acting Dean of the Division of Students' Affairs, Dr(Mrs) Akinola, helped umpire the elections and encouraged members to appoint leaders free and fair without interference of any of the staffs.

Find the complete breakdown of the election results below;

Electoral Commission Chairman;​
Olakunle Sanyaolu (Sporo)- 2 votes
Sodiq Lawal (Bams)- 4 votes
FadeleOlusola (Showbaba)- 7 votes (Winner)

Electoral Commission Secretary;​
Ojewole Asimi- 5 votes
Akande Paul (Positive)- 8 votes (Winner)

Electoral Commission PRO;
Durodola Lukmon- Unopposed (Winner)

Electoral Commission Financial Secretary
SodiqRauf (Success)- Unopposed (Winner)

Electoral Commission…

Pre-Degree Not Cancelled, Entrance Exam Holds From November 8th – OAU CDL

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The Centre for Distance Learning (CDL) of Obafemi Awolowo University has announced that the entrance test for admission into its pre-degree programme will commence on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

The announcement also puts to rest, tensions that arose from the reported declaration by the National University Commission (NUC) saying pre-degree programme has been cancelled.

“This is to bring to the notice of the general Public that Pre-Degree Programme was NEVER cancelled by the NUC. The only affected programmes are sub-degree diploma programmes. All the prospective students of OAU Pre-Degree Programme and the concerned parents should note that there is nothing to fear. OAU Pre-Degree Programme is up and running,” the announcement read.

Candidates who have successfully applied are encouraged to login into their page to know their specific date, time and venue of examination. In the mean time, application for the programme has been further extended and is still ongoing.

OAU Peeps News Age…

OAU: Apply To Attend 2016 Computing & Intelligent System Research Group Symposium

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The Computing and Intelligent System Research Group (CISRG), Obafemi Awolowo University holds a symposium on Human Language Technology. The programme for the event is scheduled below:

Venue: ICT Centre Hall, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

Date: Monday, 7th November, 2016

Time: 10:00am

Organizers: Computing and Intelligent System Research Group

Speaker: Dr. Tunde Adegbola (Africa Language Technology Initiatives)

Click here to register in order to attend the event


ASUU OAU Congress Suspends Executive

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By ThisDay Newspaper


The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Ile-Ife branch has suspended the executives of the union led by Dr. Caleb Aborisade, while a three-man caretaker committee has been constituted to run the affairs of the union.

The decision to suspend the Aborisade-led executive was reached during the union’s meeting of October 20, where in a resolution supported by 217 members, received approval to suspend the ASUU-OAU branch executive.

In the resolution signed by the chairman, caretaker committee, Dr. Niyi Sunmonu, the congress had in its October 20 meeting observed that the executive committee has lost the confidence of members in the branch and that it has also failed to represent the union at every critical juncture within and outside the university in the recent months. Subsequently, the congress demanded that the members of the executive step down as officers of the branch until the allegations levelled against them are inve…