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OAU Resumption: Payment of Acceptance Fee Suspended, Payments Already Made To Be Refunded

The school management has notified the school community of the suspension of the payment of freshmen acceptance fee. The management is working towards refunding the payments already made after due reconciliation.   However, the payment of the main school fees and allocation of bedspace for freshmen will commence at 12pm on the 19th of February 2020.

Silent Tears

By Okafor Eberechukwu 
Oh! How shame engulfed me. It was wrapped around me like a wet cloth worn during the harmattan season, shivers running down my spine. Silent tears dripped down my clear and flawless skin. My skin was admired relentless by my peers but I still thought to myself. ”Not again!” I wished beauty could be swapped for the problem I was facing. I wished the cold ground could just open and swallow me. The thought of a 24years old girl wetting the bed was unimaginable and an embarrassment! Why couldn’t I control my bladder? Why did it have to be me facing this type of problem? Why me! Why me! The silence of the brightened room hit me hard as only the birds chippering outside with happiness was my only companion. Probably waking up to start a new day gave them so much hope and I thought. “Why were the birds given the privilege and I wasn’t”. It was only around 2am and I had slept around 12am with the feeling that if I didn’t sleep for long then I could escape this horrific exp…

"No More Space for Transfer Students from other Departments for the 2019/2020 Academic Session." Department of Sociology and Anthropology

By Emmanuel Dominic 
From the Office of the Acting HOD of Sociology and Anthropology Department in person of Dr. O. A. Ajani. A notice was pasted a notice stating that there is no more Space for transfer students from other Departments for the 2019/2020 Academic Session.  However, students are not too worry. As students who wish to be transferred to Sociology and Anthropology can still go to the DAA office to change to their desired course. Due to the lateness of the notice.

Raging Tranquility

By Pelumi Hassan  It was so quiet, where she laid with her eyes up to the old and sickening ceiling. It was a dark rotting room, with rats and cockroaches playing the day away. She didn’t move even when the rusting liquid fell to her face. She was so still, so motionless that any passerby could mistake her for a cadaver. She didn’t blink, it was also very hard to tell if she was breathing, but she was alive, very alive. Proof? She was in tears, she wasn’t crying, nor whimpering, not even sobbing; those words were too loud to describe it. She was as silent as a crypt, yet in tears. Then, for the first time in some minutes, she took deep quick breaths.  “Kola.” She thought to herself. With rush of regrets bursting out of her heart to every pain of her body. With great painful effort she tried to lay on her side, at least to prevent the slimy liquid from falling to her face.  “Kola.” She thought to herself again this time, trying to say his name, she whimpered. With the intention of sitting…

DSA exempt Students from payment of Student Identity Card

The Division of Student Affairs released the information that students whose Matriculation Numbers precede the year 2017 (e.g. 2016, 2015, etc.) would be exempted from payment for Student Identity Card for the 2019/2020 Session.This is because University recalls that students who fall in that category paid for Identity Card in the 2016/2017 Academic Session but could not get identity cards. The officials involved with students ID cards are to note this information. "The Bursar, Dean-Division of Student Affairs, Director Computer Centre, Director INTECU, and all other officers of the University involved in student registration, and students concerned, are to note this directive for full compliance."


By Okafor EberechukwuRagashida, a part 1 student of the prestigious University of Nigeria Nsukka, department of Pure and Industrial Chemistry has decided to follow his hearts choice and decision in becoming a cross dresser.Irrespective of critics from his fellow colleagues and his lecturers, Ragashida play deaf ears and carries on with his decision proudly flaunting his long fixed nails and dresses even on social media.  It has been heard that UNN pays no strict disciplinarian actions concerning dress codes in the school premises but will the school accept this?  While this is unknown, the students are surprised at this courageous step of his. Bobrisky recently said that there can never be another Bobrisky asides him but now it seems cross dressers are rising and have decided to take a stance no matter the woes and backlash.

Freshmen Helplines: Contacts of Departmental/ Faculty Executives (PRO & President)

Hello freshmen! If you have questions about your faculty or department, the agency has compiled a list of numbers of  Faculty and Departmental Presidents and PROs.
Adekunjo David  07038344915 PRO Political Science  Faculty of Social Science 
Arome 08173664571 PRO Economics Faculty of Social Science 
DY 08056496541 PRO Public Administration  Faculty of Administration
Darma 08102791719 PRO Physics  Faculty of Science 
Joseph Daniel  +234 809 083 3093 President of Philosophy  Dunedin  09034158515  PRO of Philosophy  Faculty of Art

Djoe  07082181604 PRO Accounting /Business Administration  Faculty of Administration 
Faruq 08149513043 PRO Botany Faculty of Science 
George 09067729920 PRO Law Faculty of Law
Infajay  08100441306 Engineering  Faculty of Engineering 
Joie Phebe Seth  09064839054 PRO Medicine  Faculty of Clinical Sciences

Akinola Rilwan 08109076541 PRO Microbiology  Faculty of Science 
Temiloluwa  09072173749 PRO Biochemistry  Faculty of Science
Uche  08103772499 PRO Psychology Faculty of Social Science 
Joseph  09055211316 PRO Intern…

OAU Hands Over Another Sex Scandal Lecturer to the Police

And yet again, another lecturer from the Obafemi Awolowo University makes the headlines in another sex scandal. The lecturer who allegedly teaches Chemistry at the Obafemi Awolowo University Centre for Distance learning is however said to have been suspended by the school. According to reports, he was alleged to have taken advantage of a female JUPEB student. The female student had mistakenly sent her nude video to a class group on the 2nd, February 2020.  Mr. Monday Omo - Etan who happened to be a member of the class group chat saw the video called her to his office to get intimate with her. It was reported that he had seized her phone and searched her for hidden bugs. However, she was said to have been on her period at the time, Mr. Monday achieved his aim regardless of her situation. She was forced to perform oral sex on him, swallowing his semen in the process. The victim also claimed he made her do other horrible things.  After his deed, he kept calling her to blackmail her emotiona…

Acceptance Fee to be Paid On or Before February 10, 2020

After some adjustments have been made, due to how agendas did not yield result at the last Senate meeting. The Management Finally Confirms that Fresh Students are to resume on the 22nd and 23rd of February,  while Returning Students are to resume on the 8th of next month  Also the commencement of tuition fee payment and Online registration of Course will begin next week Friday 

Below are the breakdown of the resumption date RESUMPTION FOR THE 2019/2020 ACADEMIC SESSION Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, will resume for the 2019/2020 academic session on 22nd February, 2020. However, the e-portal will be opened for registration for courses on 14th of February, 2020.  The highlights are as follows: February 14, 2020 - Online Registration for Courses for 2019/2020 Harmattan Semester Commences February 22, 2020 - Fresh Students in the Faculties of Arts/Social Sciences/Admin./Education come into Residence for 2019/2020 Harmattan Semester February 23, 2020 - Fresh Students in the Faculties of Scie…

"Give Power to the Journalists..." Ibrahim Olarotimi Empowers Student Journalists

The International Campus Journalism Conference (ICJC) is the largest conference of student journalists in Nigeria, Africa. The conference was held at Ajose lecture theatre in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Osun state on the 1st of February, 2020. Many respectable and successful journalists like Ibrahim Shitta; a broadcast journalist from TVC, Michael Olatubosun; also a broadcast journalist from Splash FM, Oguntola Sunday, Mrs. Joke Fekumo, Ajala Samuel,  and Ibrahim Olarotimi Adeyemi; the national president of Association of Campus Journalists (ACJ) were present to speak about Journalism under "General Muhamadu Buhari". The anchor of the program started by saying that Section 22 was to "Give power to the Journalists"  The program started by 11am as many students from different universities arrived. The program was anchored by Adejumo Kaabir. Mrs. Joke Fekumo, a senior legal adviser to SERAP opened the event with prayers. Soon,  the guests were introduced. The I…

OAU Final Year Student Sentenced to Jail

By Emmanuel Dominic 
On Friday 31 January, 2020, the Justice Patricia Ajoku of a Federal High Court in Ibadan,  Oyo State sentenced a student of Obafemi Awolowo University, Orimolade, to four months imprisonment. He was reported to have defrauded an American citizen of 150 dollars. Orimolade commited this crime on the 28th of September 2019 in Ibadan,  Oyo State. According to the prosecutor, Orimolade disguised as a US citizen to one American man, Nelisa Snell, that he was deeply in love with him through the internet.  The evidence before Ajoku, made the court sentence Orimolade, and plea Bargain agreement he had with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. She said;   "I have considered the plea bargain agreement entered into by the convict as well as the provisions of Section 270 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA)  2015 in the judgement and I also consider the fact that Orimolade is a very young person preparing for his final exams at OAU and that he had show…

OAU Official Resumption Date Confirmed

As promised, the Senate has decided and declared the resumption dates for both fresh and returning students.  Fresh students are to resume 22nd/23rd of February, 2020, while the returning undergraduates are to now resume on March 8, 2020 according to the proposed calendar. Information about the dates for registration is below. 
The 2019/2020 academic session is slated to end the 7th of December, 2020. 
OAUpeeps wishes all student happy

New Story - Solitude!

By Black Pen
I laughed so hard when Kunle sent me that nonsense WhatsApp sticker, with the inscription "That's why you are still a virgin". We had joked about me not having a girlfriend. I had always taken solace with my system and Google assistant. 
I knew he was a d*ck, but he knows just how to rub his love life in my face. This day, it got to me. It threw me off my feet. I had always abused myself, a way to insulate myself from other's judgment. I went offline instantly, casting my mind back to why and how my solitude started 
Secondary school in Ondo town was the highlight of my academics. I was what every good male student wanted to be. Smart, handsome, humorous, reserved, and of course, girls found me seducing. The eyes, the hair, the voice, the smart. Even myself would fall. 
None of the girls in class caught my fancy, they were sharp contrasts to my person, I wanted someone like me. But there was none in my class. none, till she came. Fair as a fairy tale. Voice …

University Panel Declares Sex for Grade Lecturer Guilty

Earlier this year,  OAU made it to the media again on Sex for grade allegations against a lecturer of the Institution; Mr Olaleye Bisi ,by a student of International Relations Department; Miss Afolayan. Following the twitter hashtag #OAUTakeBisiOut, a University panel was set up, and it was headed by Prof. Yetunde Ajibade. Several meetings with all parties involved have been conducted separately, undergoing interrogations. All Media Houses and Citizens, who took to interest in the Case, waited patiently for the verdict of the University Panel. In the early hours of the day, an informa nt, notified the agency that the university panel set up by the Senate to investigate the sex for grade allegations against Mr. Olaleye Bisi, submitted its report this morning. The Chair of the Panel, in person of Prof. Yetunde Ajibade, Provost of the Post Graduate College, who led the 7 member Panel to the VC's Office, briefed the VC on its findings.  Mr Olaleye Bisi was then found guilty as alleged an…

The History: Ojà(Market)

By Ganiyu Ayanniyi M.
The Yoruba ethnic group has proven to be a vast tribe with many brave historical achievements, culture and traditions, places, things of huge values which are well respected in the world. One of the things held in great esteem by the Yoruba tribe is its language. The Yoruba language has always been influential in different part of the world aside Nigeria, Benin republic, Togo. The language is well appreciated in Brazil, USA, Cuba and many other nations. One of the important and famous daily used word by the speakers of the language is the word 'Ọjà' which means 'market', a place where day to day activities take place. Oja is a place where buying and selling occurs as well as the distribution of services in acquisition of funds or something lucrative in return.
It was gathered that native Yoruba tribe named a place that attracted people's attention. It was said that whenever there was a public fight or dispute especially during competitions, trade…