Friday, 31 August 2018

OAU Aspirants To Commence Post UTME Screening Exercise Tomorrow

OAU Aspirants To Commence Post UTME Screening Exercise Tomorrow
By Farombi Oluwaseun

The Aspirants of the Obafemi Awolowo University(UTME) have been billed to commence the 2018 POST UTME Screening Exercise tomorrow,September 1,2018. As stated by the university management the examination will span through September 1-7,2018. The Examination will be computer based and will hold at the ICT Centre of the university.

It will be recalled as last year , 40questions were given to the candidates with 10 questions per subject. All aspirants have been advised to take along their POST UTME slip & should be at the centre 30minutes to their allocated time.

The Direct Entry Students should note that the screening process continues toll 20th September,2018 & are not to partake in the CBT Screening exercise.

In a bid to serve you better and reach you more readily, OAU Peeps News Agency has decided to create interactive groups for all  OAU aspirants(UTME &DE separate).

The primary aim is to disseminate targeted information to this class of persons faster.
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Thursday, 30 August 2018

OAU Outshines University Of Ibadan In Higher Institution football League

By Ganiyu Ayanniyi 

The professional football team of the Obafemi Awolowo University, OAUgiants, beats the football team of University of Ibadan named UIpioneers three goals to nil.

The match which happens to be the second leg took place at Obafemi Awolowo University's stadium known as Main Bowl after the first leg was played in University of University's stadium and both school teams departed with a draw with the score of 6 goals, three goals from each team.

The OAUgiants beat UIpioneers to qualify to the next round in which they are expected to challenge the profession team of University of Benin in Benin city on the  Wednesday 5th of September, 2018

The match took place in the presence of Prof. Ogunbodede, the V.C of OAU, the Dean of the Division of students, Prof. Aransi and many other dignitaries from both learning institutions and the higher institutions football league organizer, sponsors and promoters.

OAUgiants possessed their opponent both in first and second in a stat of 57% while the UIpioneers had 43. The OAU team scored their first goal by Oripe and second goal by Tobi in the first half after a huge outplay also the third goal was scored by the captain of the OAU team who happened to be the man of the match.

According to Oripe, one of the goal scorers of OAUgiants, after the match said;

 "I feel good with this match. I knew we would win because we (OAU team) don't lose on our field. We are playing Uniben in quarter finals"

OLUMOFE OLUWASEYI JAMES Known as Drizzy, the Captain of OAUgiants emerged as the Man of the Match.

The match's ambiance was very impressive as there were songs from supporters of both teams.

2018 OAU Post-UTME: Important Information To All Aspirants

2018 OAU Post-UTME: Important Information To All Aspirants

In a bid to serve you better and reach you more readily, OAU Peeps News Agency has decided to create interactive groups for all  OAU aspirants(UTME &DE separate).

The primary aim is to disseminate targeted information to this class of persons faster.
To join the WhatsApp group, send a direct message to any of these numbers;

Babafaros 08064189480
Samad  07067539342

on WhatsApp using the format below
'Kindly add me to the OAU Aspirants' group. My name is Ajanlekoko May. I'm a UTME or Direct Entry Candidate ""

You will be added once we receive your request.

Best Regards
OAU Peeps News Agency

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Monday, 27 August 2018

Osun Election: INEC Releases Final List of Parties candidates

Osun Election: INEC Releases Final List of Parties candidates
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Osun State has released names of forty eight political parties that are contesting for the forthcoming governorship election slated for September 22, including names of governorship candidates and their running mates.

The Resident Electoral Commissioner for the state, Mr Segun Agbaje, in his remarks during the presentation of soft copies of voters’ register to political parties, said the exercise was in line with the electoral act of the country and the law of the Commission.

He added that a total of 1,152,751 PVCs have been collected by voters out of the 1,668,524 received in the state, leaving a balance of 515,773 as at August 17.

According to him, the over 500,000 PVCs that are yet to be collected out of the over 1.6 million produced for registered voters is becoming a thing of worry to the commission.

The names of the parties and their candidates are as follows:

1. Party – A
Governor – Julius Olapade Okunola
Deputy Governor – Azeez Kayode Jimoh

2. Party – AA
Governor – Ogunmodede Adeloye
Deputy Governor – Adepoju Timothy Adetunji

3. Party – ABP
Governor – Oludare Timothy Akinola
Deputy Governor – Halimat Bunmi Ibrahim

4. Party – ACD
Governor – Genga Afeni
Deputy Governor – Oni Esther Oluwatoyin

5. Party – ACPN
Governor – Rufai Adebisi Mujidat
Deputy Governor – Agboola Peter Oluremi

6. Party – AD
Governor – James Olugbenga Akintola
Deputy Governor – Abdulhakeem Oyeniyi Bello

7. Party – ADC
Governor – Fatai Akinade Akinbade
Deputy Governor – Arowolo Oladele

8. Party – ADP
Governor – Adeoti Moshood Olalekan
Deputy Governor – Durotoye Adeolu Akinbola

9. Party – AGA
Governor – Kehinde Olufemi Lawrence
Deputy Governor – Lawal Oluseyi Afusat

10. Party – AGAP
Governor – Adejola Adebayo Rufus
Deputy Governor – Adebayo Adewale Olaolu

11. Party – ANRP
QGovernor – Alarape Babatunde A.
Deputy Governor – Adelu Ayoade David

12. Party – APA
QGovernor – Adeleke Adesoji M.A
Deputy Governor – Agbonmagbe Tosin Omowumi

13. Party – APC
Governor – Adegboyega Isiaka Oyetola
Deputy Governor – Benedict Olugboyega Alabi

14. Party – APGA
Governor – Oluwatoki Adetokunbo Adedayo A.
Deputy Governor – Adefila Mary Olaitan

15. Party – APP
Governor – Ekundayo Ademola Precious
Deputy Governor – Ojo Olugbenga Samuel

16. Party – BNPP
Governor – Olapade Olajide Victor
Deputy Governor – Dunmade Adejoke Wuraola

17. Party – C4C
Governor –Ilori Titus Oluwafemi
Deputy Governor – Alabi Temitayo Kadijat

18. Party – DA
Governor – Mutiu Abiodun Ibrahim
Deputy Governor – Fafioye Hammed Abiodun

19. Party – DPC
Governor – Aderemi Aree
Deputy Governor – Onitayo Yemisi Mary

20. Party – DPP
Governor – Solomon Ayodeji Oni
Deputy Governor – Issa Ademola Aderibigbe

21. Party – FJP
Governor – Babatunde Salako Joseph
Deputy Governor – Onifade Saheed Alade

22. Party – GDPN
Governor – Adetipe Adebodun Abiola
Deputy Governor – Ajiboye Funke

23. Party – GPN
Governor – Rafiu Shehu Anifowose
Deputy Governor – Oluwatoyin Adebayo

24. Party – HDP
Governor – Adedoyin Adegoke Joshua Oluwole
Deputy Governor – Olawale Adesoye Adewumi

25. Party – KP
Governor – Fabiyi Oluseyi Olubunmi
Deputy Governor – Ibrahim Adekunle Akande

26. Party – LP
QGovernor – Babatunde Olaniyi Loye
Deputy Governor – Aderonke Adebayor Jabar

27. Party – MMN
Governor – Raphael A. Feranmi
Deputy Governor – Ariyo Sunday Sina

28. Party – MPN
Governor – Lawal Ganiyu Akanfe
Deputy Governor – Idowu Kayode Olusegun

29. Party – NCP
Governor – Kamarudeen Kalemi Abiodun
Deputy Governor – Lawal Temitope Serifat

30. Party – NPC
Governor – Olaniyi Anthony Fadahunsi
Deputy Governor – Abdulrasheed Afusat Olanike

31. Party – NEPP
Governor – Jegede Hannah Taiwo
Deputy Governor – Rebecca Adeleke Oladepo

32. Party – NNPP
Governor – Adefare Segun Adegoke
Deputy Governor – Adeyeye Nurudeen Adeyemi

33. Party – PANDEL
Governor – Adebayo Rasheedat
Deputy Governor – Ajibola Fatimat

34. Party – PDC
Governor – Kolawole Rafiu Ojonla
Deputy Governor – Oladapo Deborah Oluwatoyin

35. Party – PDP
Governor – Ademola Nirudeen Adeleke
Deputy Governor – Albert A. Adeogun

36. Party – PPA
Governor – Adedokun Musbau Olalekan
Deputy Governor – Ibrahim Bukola

37. Party – PPC
Governor – Ifeolu Kehinde Adewumi
Deputy Governor – Sunday Makinde Babawale

38. Party – PPN
Governor – Akintunde Adesoji
Deputy Governor – Akanmu Saheed Abiodun

39. Party – PRP
Governor –Badmus Tajudeen Adefola
Deputy Governor – Olajire Gbolahan

40. Party – PT
Governor – Adegboyega Aderemi
Deputy Governor – Usman Omobolaji Taofeek

41. Party – RP
Governor – Ayodele Mercy Tosin
Deputy Governor – Adejumo Mukaila

42. Party – SDP
Governor – Iyiola Omisore
Deputy Governor – Lawal Azeez Olayemi

43. Party – SNP
Governor – Ayoade Ezekiel Adegboyega
Deputy Governor – Omolade Anike Adebayo

44. Party – SPN
Governor – Alfred Adegoke
Deputy Governor – Lameed Gafar

45. Party – UPN
Governor – Adediji Olanrewaju Adewuyi
Deputy Governor – Alabi Ola-Olu Adeniyi

46. Party – UPP
Governor – Odutade Olagunju Adesanya
Deputy Governor – Karonwi Festus Olamilekan

47. Party – YDP
Governor – Adebayo Adeolu Elisha
Deputy Governor – Aleem Atinuke

48. Party – YPP
Governor – Adetunji Olubunmi Omotayo
Deputy Governor – Salawu Kareem Aden

Sunday, 26 August 2018

How They Toyed With Her Precious Life: An Account of My Ordeal At OAUTHC Yesterday

How They Toyed  With Her Precious Life: An Account of My Ordeal At OAUTHC Yesterday

It was a pathetic event Yesterday. One of the students in my faculty suddenly collapsed and became unconscious. The school health centre had to refer us to the Accident & Emergency Unit of OAUTHC, Ile-Ife. I joined four other student executives in the ambulance as we sped of.

Barely, few minutes to the Emergency Unit, there was a huge traffic on the road. Incredibly, it was presumably a funeral party hosted by one high political chieftain in the community. Cars blocked the one-lane road on all sides. Even with the whirring of the siren, we spent over 20 minutes before we found a way amidst the heavy traffic. I wondered, how on earth would the hospital roads be blocked because of a party. I marveled. We had no option but to come down from the ambulance to ward the traffic. 

The lady lying helpless in the ambulance was already looking lifeless as the drip passed into her vein was almost getting exhausted. We spent about 30 minutes on a route that shouldn't take more than 7 minutes. All because some persons were politically celebrating their dead.

On getting to the Emergency Ward, we spent another 10 minutes making a file for the unconscious lady. The 'abiku' personnel in charge insisted that without a file, no doctor will attend to her. We were also asked to proceed to the NHIS office to complete the registration. Unfortunately, the NHIS office was under lock and key. Maybe, they've closed for the day. Who knows?

The nurse who followed us from the University Health Centre suggested that we (faculty executives)should contribute money to buy drugs as nothing could be done to help her. This got us mad and we insisted that a First Aid treatment be given to her, seeing her critical state. Her heartbeat was getting slower. I couldn't believe my ears, when a nurse asked me, "Where is her glove?" Do I look like a doctor? How would you ask me for a glove? Oh! If there are no gloves available, she won't be treated? Is that the new NMA directives? Indeed, our doctors are sick.  The drama I witnessed today showed that apart from the theoretical university degrees, most of our health experts are as empty as the oxygen cylinders in OAUTHC.

Almost an hour that she went unconscious, all we witnessed was both traffic and professional insanity. Is that why the mortuary is located next to the Emergency Unit? Our health experts are fast becoming 'mico-buharis'. Probably, many precious lives have been lost due to this  topnotch madness in the hospital. Enough is enough! We cannot continue making lives more miserable for ourselves, yet praying for Nigeria.

By Kingsley Ndimele
President, Department Of Agricultural Economics

Tuesday, 21 August 2018

OAU Suspends Six Students Indefinitely Over Allegations Of Cultism

In its avowed commitment and zero tolerance against cultism and other anti social behaviors, the management of the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife,  has suspended six students of the Institution who confirmed their membership of a secret cult.

It will be recalled that on Monday,  2nd of July, 2018, an information was received by the University Management that two students of the institution, against their will, were forcefully initiated into cultism outside the University campus. Promptly, the security Unit of the University swung into action and, after a thorough preliminary investigation, twelve students of the University were apprehended and handed over to the Osun State Command of the Nigeria Police to assist with further professional investigation.

A special release signed by the University Registrar,  Mrs.  Magaret Omosule stated that after the investigation of the suspected students by the Nigeria Police, the University, today, 20th August, 2018, received a detailed report of the Police findings where it was confirmed that six students of the University had admitted their membership of proscribed groups, thus breaching their Matriculation Oath, Code of Conduct and other pertinent University regulations.

Accordingly, and in accordance with the relevant statutes, the following students have been suspended pending the outcome of investigations by the appropriate Students' Disciplinary Committee. They are :
(1) ONYEKWUSI Praise Chinemerem,  Matriculation number ASE / 2014/218
(2). OJO Abiodun Olamide,  Matriculation number MCB /2012 /149
(3).UDE John, Matriculation number ASE /2015 /362
(4). OLADOYE Tobi Olakunmi, Matriculation number EGL /2014/ 383
(5) AYEYI Damilola Ayomide,  Matriculation number EGL /2016 /075
(6) DAVIS Jesulayomi Olakunle,  Matriculation number EGL / 2014 /207.

Management hereby uses this medium to assure the University Community and all other stakeholders, most especially the students populace that adequate measures have been put in place to secure lives and property and ensure a peaceful environment for all residents on the University estate.

As it is the collective responsibility of all stakeholders to protect the University from persons with criminal intentions, members of the University Community are advised to be vigilant at all times and report any suspicious activities which could undermine the peaceful coexistence of members of the University Community.

Saturday, 18 August 2018

NESA: Economics Students Suspend Financial Secretary

NESA: Economics Students Suspend Financial Secretary
By John Beloved 

The Nigeria Economics student association (NESA) OAU chapter held its final semester congress last Thursday.

The Congress was staged as a means to check the state of the association and deal with the faults of her executives.

Graced with the presence of the NESANs, the Congress men  Audited financial statement for May, June and july 2018 by the Audit unit of the association.

On the verge by the Congress men, this statement revealed the frivolous activities of the executives  which led to the questioning of the President, Vice president and the financial secretary.

The financial secretary (Fadahunsi Oluwafemi) after much argument was found guilty by  the congressmen and was indefinitely suspended on 3 major grounds;

 1. The misplacement on the Receipt booklets 401-450 which has not been issued to NESANs from the total receipts booklet.
The discovery of 119 invalid receipts with issued out duplicates.

2. The overstatement of annual due which could not be validated due to non remittance in the receipt booklet.

3. These reason were summed up and seen by the congressmen as lack of accountability and failure in performance of his duties.

With the above , the financial secretary of the Association, Fadahunsi Oluwafemi was also suspended indefinitely.

The Congress was almost dissolved by an uproar  over the motion for the impeachment of the financial secretary.
 The congress  however  provided an open floor for  the congressmen critically question the excesses of the executives who were found wanting.

 According to one of the congressmen who spoke with OAU Peeps News Agency, the student questioned the effort of the unit report the uprisings to ESRC

"I remember vividly that some members of the ESRC are also member of the audit committee, Now my question my audit chairman, when all this issues were developing, was the ESRC aware?" He asked.

More so the  speaker, Honourable Adetunji also emphasised on the report stating  that no letter reporting the issue was  brought his notice.

"It is unfortunate  that the clerk is not is not present here in particular, but I can say that no letter was given to the ESRC in particular."

The embattled financial secretary when asked about the missing receipts and also invalid receipts narrated the ordeal , also trying to clarify what he felt were misconceptions
"Truth be told I misplaced receipt 401-450, it receipts were numbered 101-522 in 10 boxes with 50 in each and why it was 522 was because I was given extra but I was written down which made it 522, so out of the 10reciepts I misplaced 1 which is numbered 401-450 and when presenting to the audit committee I made mention that, it was carelessness on my part to have misplaced the receipts before submitting.

Concerning reciept 101-135, there was a lecturers forum, there were about 170 students at the forum who needed to collect their receipts, so I had to tear out the duplicates and sign immediately before giving it out to the students. It was a mistake on my part that I did not go back to my original copy to sign it that is why it was classified invalid ". He added.
Meanwhile , Students from the department of Economics who spoke with OAU Peeps News Agency expressed their total disappointment  in the financial secretary and the present  administration led by Ezekiel Gbolagun.

Speaking ,  a member of the association who is also the  director of programme, Honorable Ridwan, he angrily expressed total disappointment in the association.

"" I'm the programme director of this association but I will never conform to such an act, this is stupid.
I was chatted up by two former members of the  executives not to show up for this meeting but I did.
  The president cannot even properly preside the congress.
The financial secretary of a 3month old association misplaced receipts, I'm highly disappointed in this association. I'm resigning, I'll send my letter of resignation to the ESRC tomorrow, whether there is a sitting or not, I don't care! "" He said.

Not forgetting the slack in other members of the executives which includes the president and Vice President, the congressmen after questionings  concluded that the audit committee conducts further investigations with a mandate to report at the next congress before deciding on the actions to be taken.

OAU Students Prepare Wild as Exam knocks

OAU Students Prepare Wild as Exam knocks

By Ganiyu Ayanniyi 

The Students of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, have been seen studying hard in Tandem to their  forthcoming Harmattan examinations, OAU Peeps can Authoritatively Affirm.

The exams are slated to commence on Monday 20th July, 2018 as according to the Varsity's Academic calendar.

The Hezekiah oluwasanmi library, as according to OAU Peeps visitation shows the queue and heavy influx  Students into the central University Library.

Students were also caught  especially in the nights.

 This new  development has made major lectures theatres such as 1000 SLT, AUD 1 & 2, ODLT 1 & 2, First bank LT, ALT- A, B & C, HB 1 & 2 lecture rooms, BOO C and ICAN LT amongst multitude of others get filled up to the extent that some students turn places as Amphitheater and Sport complex  to their reading centre.

Some unknown sources reveal that a particular female student ran mad as a result of over reading at ODLT at the wee hours of today.

According to reactions of some students through online medium and some interviewed students, think that those parties and free internet services within the university is meant to discourage students from studying because they query themselves that why is now these are happening and not before this exam preparation period

They added that these distractions had been in the school system for long especially during the times students need to prepare for exams.

Nevertheless, some students also think that the university is doing well because they make use of the free internet to download almost all needed materials required to study and prepare for the exams.

The school environment remains silent both during the days

The academic calendar for Harmattan Semester 2017/2018 session  which started in early May this year is expected  to end in September while the Rain Semester for the session is expected to commence in October, 2018 and to elapse in February of the following year 2019.

Friday, 17 August 2018

OAU Female Student Injures Friend Over Allegations Of Smoking

By Farombi Oluwaseun

It was an ugly drama few days ago at Bims Hostel along Ede road, Ile-Ife  as two female friends fought dirty after an heated argument.

OAU Peeps News Agency gathered that the two ladies named Temitope & Nifemi were good friends before the bad incidence. It was also confirmed that Temitope is an undergraduate student of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU),  the department of history  against Foreign languages reported by some blogs while  Nifemi is an undergraduate student of the department of Computer Science, Oduduwa University Ife (OUI).

As widely reported, it was stated that Tope threw Roll-on at Nifemi"s head for allegedly daring to advice her against smoking. However, while speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, Tope confirmed she threw the Roll-on at her friend but not for advising her against smoking. Tope stated that they have been friends for a while and that they both smoke.

Speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, Nifemi the injured OUI student stated that after the injury sustained she has been treated at a nearby hospital. She further added that she sustained the injury for being  against her friend( Tope) who smokes. Nifemi stated that she doesn't smoke at all.

Speaking further, Nifemi explained to OAU Peeps News Agency that 5 reflons(a drug)  was given to her friend Tope to keep but she took three out of the five which is not supposed to be. She(Nifemi) stated that Tope insulted her brother after they both confronted her(Tope) for smoking what is not hers.

""She is my Friend, I wouldn't  have reported her to the Police, but when she was still standing on the wrong act she did even when blood was gushing from her head, I had to call my parent and report to the Police"; Nifemi Stated.

However, Speaking extensively with OAU Peeps News Agency, Temitope the accused student stated that they both smoke, take Reflon(a drug). Temitope stated that she truly threw Roll-on at Nifemi while she(Nifemi) was abusing her over reflon which  later led to her arrest by the Police.

Tope stated  that the story on instablog is a  scandalous attempt to destroy her image as she didn't want to go to the media in the first place but her friend;Nifemi was faster than her.

  In her words with OAU Peeps News Agency, she stated;

"  This girl Nifemi is my friend,  who travels too much and most times she lies to her mum that she’s with me so I cautioned her about that, I didn’t know she was not happy with that until Monday 13th Of August; She told me to follow her to see one of her boyfriends because she  didn't  want to sleep over, so I followed her .

 When we got there, her boyfriend offered me weed and reflon which I said I’d take when I get home, her boyfriend collected the weed from my friends cousin and I was given  a sachet of reflon to take the amount I want. Due to the fact that my friend takes reflon and smokes too so I took 3 considering  my friend Nifemi too. Instantly her cousin's face changed even when I waved him goodnight, he didn’t reply me

To cut the long story short, the next day my friend told me that the reason why her cousin didn’t respond to my greetings the previous night  was because I took three out of five of refs and I questioned his immaturity to get angry over reflon,  over how much!

 That was what we were arguing about when my friend accused me of being a prostitute because the guys she likes are close to me . I told her to stop she didn’t listen, she kept calling me names and she turned her back to me and I wanted to throw the roll-on at her so she could stop talking so she turned and the roll-on met her on d forehead.. I didn't throw stone on her and it was not intentional.

And her boyfriend; Isaac went to report me to the police then I found out that her boyfriend knows the IPO in charge of the case.  This is because Isaac is a yahoo boy. That day, I was called to come to the police station which I did .The issue was settled amicably that day she even hugged me and we said we would talk about things after until  people started calling me that she was asking for my nude pictures, my matric number and my level. The next thing I would hear was my name is already on instablog 9ja".

Meanwhile, Speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, a resident of Bims Hostel where the incident occurred who pleaded anonymity, stated that the fight between the two friends remains a shock to them all as the two have been seen together different times. He stated reflon caused their fight &he cannot guarantee that that the injured student(Nifemi) doesn't smoke ,concluding with an adage which says "' Show me your friend and I will know who you are"".

Here is a photo of Tope on the left and Nifemi in the middle and right

Sex-For-Mark: CONUA Enlightens students on sexual harassment.

Sex-For-Mark: CONUA Enlightens students on sexual harassment.

By John Beloved and Alabi Aderonke

The Congress of university academics (CONUA) knowing the  need for creating awareness on the  part of both students and lecturers on the effect of sexual harassment and a need to fight the continual rise of  sexual harassment within the campus has held a programme orientating on the sexual harassment on 15th of August 2018 titled "Sexual harassment in Nigeria universities and containment" at Ajose lecture OAU, ile ife.

The event was organised majorly to orientate students on the negative impacts of sexual harassment and as well educate them on how to handle such situations.

The events served as a means to educate both students and lecturers on the laws guiding against sexual harassment and punishment for harassment.
Dr Orifoworan of faculty of law of the institution emphasized on the  difference of sexual harassment and indecent exposure.

At the congress, it was identified that harassment could be from either sex.

Dr. Moha, one of the discusser said that "female students would be flocking around some lecturers, parading their offices and she wondered what they are looking for"

However, Prof. Adeyanju cleared the air that their is no way female students wouldn't have cause to visit the male lecturer but the lecturer have just to be disciplined enough.

Different speakers from various faculty including the faculty of law, faculty of Agriculture amidst others addressed the diverse perspectives  of sexual harassment on the side of both men and women.

Their resolution include creating  awareness, boomeranging and implementing the social policy, ensuring justice at reported cases, empowering the female students,decent dressing code uphold, having an emergency line for female students , planting remote cameras in offices,  and the leadership of the University taking forefront in exposing perpetrators

While some emphasised on the importance of decent against indecent dressing, others enlightened the students on breaking the silence advising students to speak up when they are sexually harrassed instead of silently suffer from the trauma it would bring.

Miss Adesola emphasised on their self-esteem and value with should not be reduced by any patrachal ego and subjugation. Dr. Fasiku added that dereliction of duty is the bottom line of all form of absurdities in the university system.

An interactive session was declared for the audience to ask questions and share personal experiences.

During the session, both lecturers and students shared opinions on sexuality and harassment emphasising on the "culture of silence" the power of self assertiveness and the need to always be self equipped as female students.

Thursday, 16 August 2018

Eid: FG Declares Tuesday, Wednesday Public Holiday

Eid: FG Declares Tuesday, Wednesday Public Holiday
The Federal Government has declared Tuesday, August 21 and Wednesday 22, as public holidays to mark the 2018 Eid-El-Kabir celebration.

The Minister of Interior, Lt. Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau (retd.), made the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government in a statement in Abuja on Thursday by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Dr Mohammed Umar.

He enjoined Nigerians to use the period to embrace the virtues of love and sacrifice for the unity and development of the nation.

Dambazau called on Nigerians both at home and abroad to support the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari “in its determination to ensure a peaceful and united Nigeria.”

 The minister wished Nigerians a happy Eid-El-Kabir celebration.

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

NUESA Suspends President, Financial Secretary, Treasurer and Clerk.

NUESA Suspends President, Financial Secretary, Treasurer and Clerk.

By John Beloved

On the grounds of constitutional aberration, wrong Disbursement of funds andfor undermining  the power of the parliament, The OAU's Nigerian Universities Education Students' Association through the Education Students Representative Council has suspended her President,Financial Secretatry,Treasurer and Welfare Director.

The President (Gaberial okunori(Goggy) ), financial secretary( Kehinde Ademola) and the treasurer, charles johnson, were accorded 3 weeks suspension  while the welfare director Bamisaye oluwaposi has 24hours ultimatum to write an apology letter to the parliament.
However, Ebeh grace, the clerk was placed on an indefinite suspension.

A retouch in EDB, a class room in education was said to have been renovated without properly following the necessary process as stated in the constitution. The undue process  majorly includes the  disbursement of #175,500 without the  approval of the parliamentary.

Although this work  was generally commended, the  means still could not totally justify it end at the parliamentary sitting held yesterday.

A suspension lasting for 3 weeks for the president, Financial secretary and the treasurer was the outcome of the meeting as to the effect of the using unapproved funds to sort the inadequacies of class rooms which include the provisions of  bulbs and wirings in lecture rooms within the faculty of education.

Speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, a member of the parliament who pleaded animosity stated that although the suspension was to include the welfare director but was however considered at the discretion of the speaker majorly for the distribution of souvenirs to students which was to be done in a week time and also because the issues was lesser on his own side.

More so the grounds had led not just to the  suspension but also to the division of the body into two independent  groups with parliamentarians on one side and the suspended executives on the other.

However the suspended executives affirmed that although they were truly guilty of constitutional aberration as accused, the Interest of the association is highly respected.

 Reacting to the suspension while speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency,  the embattled president, Gabriel okunori affirmed that the work was unduely carried out but there was an urgent need of the work for the benefits of the NUESITEs 

"Before now, the EDB has been without light and students have been demanding for it,
So we went to the previous Dean.
He asked if we had the money, we replied yes, thinking we could afford the money Only for us to find out that money was too high and so we were trying to run away from it until the dean was changed and the issue came up again last week Friday".

He added that "This thing had to be done so we sent a letter to the house last week friday and that's a lapse on our own part.
We were walking on it, thinking that the house would approve it  but unfortunately, we did it even before the letter  got to the notice of the house  and that is truly constitutional aberration.
The house would feel its power has been undermined but we did not feel that way, we were working for the congressmen.
They are right to say we undermine their power but the truth is we did it.

It's a two way thing, I either remain in office for the next three weeks without having the lights fixed and NUESITES would not be able to read or I stay away from office and the rooms are lit, so weighing the two options I think I would rather be away from office for the students to do good". The president said.

Speaking with OAU peeps news agency, the welfare director, Bamisaye Oluwaposi added that although they might have made mistakes trying to seek the progress of the faculty, the team have no regrets, they have pledged to serve the NUESITEs by giving them the best.

"The EDB has been the main reason for the suspension but it is better for us to be suspended and the NUESITEs should enjoy, our watchword since we assumed office is "NUESITES deserve the best"
I just want everyone to know that the suspended executives would come back stronger". He stated.

Sunday, 12 August 2018

Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) Internship Programme 2018 Recruitment

Guaranty Trust Bank (GTB) Internship Programme 2018 Recruitment
Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, is a foremost Nigerian financial institution with vast business outlays spanning Anglophone West Africa and the United Kingdom. GTBank has a corporate banking bias and strong service culture that have enabled it record consistent growth in clientele and key financial indices since its inception in 1990. Guaranty Trust Bank Internship Programme 2018 Recruitment as follows;

Title: Internship Programme
Location: Nationwide

Internship Position
At Guaranty Trust Bank, emphasis is placed on growing talents. We offer internship opportunities for students and graduates to learn from a world-class organization. Our internship programmes will enable you to gather technical expertise and personal skills which will enable you to make an impact in your career and benefit from vital on-the-job experience. Its a great way to explore the career choices that lie ahead of you.

Application Requirements
Candidates applying for an internship programme with GTBank MUST meet these criteria detailed below:

Have completed WAEC/NECO with at least 5 credits including Mathematics and English
Have a minimum of 2.5 CGPA
Have 1 Guarantor (working with GTBank) or 2 Guarantors (working in other organizations as listed in the application form)*
Must not be no more than twenty-six (26) years of age

Other Requirements:

1 Passport Photograph
Birth Certificate
Valid Means of Identification (Int’l Passport, Voter’s Card, Drivers Licence, NIMC Silp/Card)
School ID Card
Statement of Results
IT Letter
Completed Guarantor Form(s)
Guarantor Details

Your guarantor must be a full/core staff of the organization s/he works for.
You are expected to provide a clear copy of your guarantor’s ID card (Front and Back).
Application Closing Date: Not Specified

Apply here

How We Read Over 50 books In Six Months

*Toyin Faleke*

 recently shared on my WhatsApp story about how I had read over 50 books just in the first half of 2018 and amidst all of the hailing about how my parents wanted a child and they gave birth to a book instead and how I was the ‘Omowe of Iwe Land’, one significant question was on the lips of everyone, “Babe, how on earth did you do it?”
Quite frankly, there was no jazz; neither was juju involved (trust me). I didn’t need to conjure incantations; neither did it require the head of a tortoise and the speed of a deer. For me, the very first step was being a book lover. I had always been fascinated by anything in prints since I was little. I mean, ANYTHING IN PRINTS; from magazines to newspapers to billboard advertisements, to my father’s Accounting textbooks (although, I still don’t understand all of the Accounting mumbo-jumbo. It confuses me), but yeah, you get the gist already. So, loving books and opening them up came easy.
Call me traditional, but I also was a sucker for hardcopy books any day. I love(d) the feel of a book in between my hands; the smell of the book so close to my face; the feeling of excitement as I flip(ped) the page, curious about what came next. My love for hardcopy books has died down to a large extent though (*insert crying face here*). The world has gone digital. Besides, as an Environmental enthusiast, it would make more sense to go softcopy than fell innocent trees to make beautiful books, right? (*insert grin here*). I joined a WhatsApp group early this year that was solely dedicated to the act of sharing books and I would say that has greatly enlarged my library of books; softcopy books at that, and it has helped a whole lot. So, people, not all WhatsApp pages are for broadcasting ‘send-this-to-7-people-and-receive-a-surprise-in-7mins’ messages – some are dedicated to a noble cause.
Answering the question of how I was able to read that not-so-many-books in such a short time, was basically the combination of loving books and having so many books to read (over 500 of them on my PC). Creating time to read those books wasn’t hard. In fact, I didn’t have to think about it or plan it into my schedule or anything. There was always time for a book, no matter how short it was or how busy I was. I read them in the bus (whilst looking up momentarily to check if the bus hasn’t driven passed my bus stop), I read them while waiting for my next lecture to begin, I read them when I am about to go to bed or basically, when I am less busy. See, it isn’t juju, is it? (*insert grin here again*).
I have had many people come up to me, lamenting about how reading books isn’t just their thing. I totally understand. But I am a hundred percent sure there is something that interests everyone. If yours is politics, begin with political books. If you are more inclined to read books on greatness or success, be my guest and start with those. Set a target if you have to. Say: One book per week or one per month. No rush. So, begin with books that catch your fancy before weaning yourself from them to delve into the hidden treasures of the other genres. I hope this inspires you in some way. Send this to 7 people and see what happens in 7 months (#wink)

*Emmanuel Faith*

Toyin has said a larger percentage of things I would have said, and I decided to feature her because she was one of those who inspired me-as at my 39th book, she had read 50 already, so just a few additions.

Hilarious as it may sound, I didn’t start out with the agenda to read 50 books although I was supposed have finished reading 50 books by December according to Michael Inioluwa Oladele, so I would start by talking about your community. Who are your friends? Your close colleagues, classmates and what do you talk about? I can’t remember the last time I downloaded a book, I sometimes just check my WhatsApp folders and see that there are new books thanks to the groups I am , my friends and those on my contact list.

If you are a Lagosian-traffic is your best friend; I understand how frustrating traffic in Lagos can be, as a matter of fact I have taken a bike from V.I to Oshodi before then took another bike to Iyana-ipaja cause I wanted to beat traffic(Please don’t ask how much I spent) but as a Lagosian , you just have to factor in traffic into your schedule you cannot spend about three to four hours on the road daily and not be able to account for any, my secret? I plan each book I want to read, as a matter of fact I have finished a whole book inside a traffic before (it was a 235 page novel by dee Henderson) . This might not work for students, but trust me, everyone has a spare time, in between classes, before lecturer arrives etc. It’s the same way you find time to read James Hadley Chase, Sidney Sheldon and Mills and Boons, our heart is always at what we cherish, so why don’t you cherish what would add value to you?

KAIZEN: Kaizen is a Japanese philosophy I came across recently while reading, it means continuous improvement in all things and so for the second half of the year, beyond reading, I plan to strategically read books that has to do with my career, area of interest and things I am passionate about, I hope you make such decisions too. The beautiful thing about reading is that you don’t really know how much you have learnt until a circumstance requires the knowledge you have acquired, or a situation requires a solution that you have read somewhere.
Etched in my memory is the day we had a foreign guest in our fellowship, she was the daughter of one our fellowship alumnus, who though was born in Nigeria, grew up abroad, spending time between the UK and US. She wanted to do a 12 weeks externship in an African hospital and chose Nigeria, her mother’s root in particular so her mum brought her to the fellowship for proper monitoring since she won’t be around with her. A lot of people found it hard to sustain a conversation with her thanks to her deep British cum American intonation so someone called me(if you know me, you’d know striking captivating conversation is a forte), to come and meet her since we were technically namesakes, so I gladly accepted the challenge(I had been admiring her from afar anyway) We started the conversation slowly and got steadily deeper, I asked her where in U.S she lived, she looked at me with all politeness and asked, Where do I know in the US,I asked her to try me, and she asked if I knew Connecticut. I replied with a hearty yes, told her Connecticut was one of the six New England states, that it shared border with Massachusetts by the North, Rhodes Island to the East and New York to the south, she was stunned!!!, she gave me a happy hi-five and we became friends immediately(we are still friends) . I learnt all I told her from John Grisham, Karen Kingsbury and Francine Rivers, I am certain you can witness to the fact that these authors explore different cities in their books. On our first hang-out, I told her about her school(She finished from Wellesley college) I told her about Chimamanda’s graduation speech and how their college MIGHT produce the first female US president, Hillary Clinton, she was in awe, and her respect and admiration for me increased exponentially, I learnt everything I told her from reading, there was no magic. If you take time to study intelligent around you, they are ardent readers, so won’t you love you join this league?
You might have to pick a reading partner, do a one book, one month thing, find a book club or any other method that works for you, but reading is one of the best activity you could embark on as it makes you rub mind with people you might ever meet…so keep reading, keep writing.

Emmanuel Faith and Toyin Faleke

Wednesday, 8 August 2018

OAU Celebrates Economics Professor As He Retires From Service

OAU Celebrates Economics Professor As He Retires From Service

By Ayanniyi Ganiyu

The department of Economics department of Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife has  today commemorated with Prof. Joseph Ajibola Faboyo.

The celebration which filled the air, filled the Faculty of law's Moot and Mock court of the institution to the Brim.

The Students, lecturers and the Non-teaching staff of departments celebrate with the lecturer on his retirement at the faculty of  Law's New Moot and Mock Court.

While speaking at the event, The Vice Chancellor of the Institution, Prof Ogunbodede congratulated the celebrant as a fulfilled lecturer.

"As a fulfilled lecturer without shady record, I congratulate you. Forty-eight years in Service is not a joke nor child's play".

He exemplified the Don as a good picture for representation of hardwork and Integrity as well as a good teacher to many other.

The Chairman Committee of Deans and Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences, Prof. Niyi Aluko describes Prof. Fabayo as " teacher, A person that doesn't discriminate and a councilor. He's very friendly with Students"

Friends, colleagues, lecturers and Students from other Universities also congratulated the Don through their various commentaries at the event.

The celebrant, professor Fabayo in his words of appreciation to everyone that came far and near to celebrate with him.

I need to thank Everyone here present here today to celebrate with me on my seventieth Birthday and retirement ceremony.
" I feel fulfilled and grateful to Everyone here today. My family, friends, colleagues and associates here today. My most fondly gratitude to the Obafemi Awolowo University, The department of Economics which I served and also happy with the opportunity given to serve.

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

HiFL: OAU Giants Set to Meet UI Pioneers Tomorrow

By Akpoyovwaire Aghogho Uniquette.

OAU Giants, the official team of the Obafemi Awolowo University are set to meet UI Pioneers to play their first game in the newly introduced Higher Institution Football League (HiFL).

OAU Giants are to play with UI Pioneers for the first leg in Ui at the UI's new Awo Stadium on Wednesday August 8 , 2018 by 4pm.
The second leg will be played in OAu on the 22nd of August 2018.

The game is organised by Higher Institution Football league in Conjunction with Nigeria University Game Association (NUGA) and Nigeria Football federation.


The semi finalist of these school will go to play in Lagos for one week.

Former Great Ife Students Union Secretary General Appointed As A Member of Oyo State Youth Parliament

By Farombi Oluwaseun

It will recalled that few months ago, Amusat Olajide popularly known as SECRENENE  ,the former welfare officer of Great Ife Students Union was appointed as a member of the Nigeria Youth Parliament, OAU Peeps News Agency has confirmed the appointment of another former Union officer who served in the same administration into the Oyo state youth Parliament.

Oketooto Olanrewaju Oluwaseun Popularly known as Hon Seun, the former secretary General  great Ife students" Union,2014/2015 parliamentary year has recently been appointed as a member of the Oyo state youth Parliament.

This was made to the public from the Oyo state  Commissioner of Youths and Sports through the office of the Special Assistant to the Governor on Youths, Honourable Afees Bolaji Repete.

" I humbly wish to inform you that His Excellency,the Executive Governor of Oyo state Senator Abiola Ajimobi has approved the constitution of the 3rd Assembly of the state Youth Parliament. Consequently, I am pleased to Inform you of your appointment as a member of the 3rd Assembly of the Youth Parliament in Oyo state. "",Part of the appointment letter reads.

Hon Seun as popularly and politically known hails from Ido local government of Oyo state and a graduate of the Department of Psychology, Obefemi Awolowo University. Speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency on his new appointment, he stated
that all glory goes to Almighty God for giving him  the opportunity to serve again.  He further stated that history has just repeated itself  through the appointment and also an avenue to echoes the voice of the voiceless, youths and the poor in general.

Akindipe Israel (Izzieman), Chairman, Hall Executive Council while speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, stated that the appointment of the former Secretary General to the Oyo State youth Parliament is a thing of joy to the great Ife community at large and also congratulated the former union officer. He further stated that it shows the youths are ready to take over the leadership of the country. He concluded that the appointment is a welcome development and will encourage youths especially great Ife students to take over leadership positions of the country after school.





The Management of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) is aware of the directive by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) that the 2018/2019 candidates who applied to study Law, Dentistry, Fine and Applied Arts, Botany and Family Nutrition and Consumer Sciences should either change course or university, due to non-accreditation by the National Universities Commission (NUC).

The general accreditation exercise was conducted across all universities in December, 2017 and the non-accreditation of some programmes cut across all universities and is not peculiar to OAU.

There are 106 programmes in the University of which the five mentioned above have issues with accreditation. Although all these programmes actually had interim status during the last exercise, they were denied accreditation because of the existing NUC regulation which does not allow for back to back interim status.

The University Management is working assiduously to address the issues raised by the NUC. It therefore has no doubt that the affected programmes will be restored hopefully in the forthcoming accreditation exercise slated for November, 2018. We hereby use this medium to officially appreciate the Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND) for the prompt release of funds to upgrade the existing structures and facilities in the University.

We appreciate the concern of all stakeholders, particularly parents/guardians and prospective students on this development and plead for their understanding.
The Management will continue to do all within its power to uphold and build upon the academic excellence for which the University is known.

Monday, 6 August 2018


*OAU Peeps News Agency*
Aug 6,2018


Prior to our publication last week concerning accreditation crisis rocking some departments in the university, it has however been brought to our notice that medical rehabilitation has finally received full accreditation.

Speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, our source in the National Universities Commission(NUC) stated that the Department Of Medical Rehabilitation truly faced accreditation issues few months ago but it has been finally resolved. NUC further advised aspirants of the Department Of Medical Rehabilitation  not to change their choice of course.

Speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, President, Ife University Physiotherapy and  Occupation Therapy Students Association  (IFUTSA) ,  Suleiman Usman stated  that Medical Rehabilitation has fully received accreditation.

The affected programmes are  Law,Dentistry,  Botany ,Fine and Applied Arts with Family Nutrition and Consumer Science.

JAMB Spokesman has advised the aspirants of the above affected programmes to login to their profile to change their course or institution.

A release by the Public Relations Officer of the University,  Abiodun Olarewaju, stated that the Vice Chancellor,   Professor Eyitope Ogunbodede, is aware of the directive from JAMB to candidates of a few Departments within the University in relation to accreditation and that the University management is working assiduously to address the issues raised.

The Vice Chancellor, therefore, further  assured the Parents, Guardians and other stakeholders, particularly the prospective students that consultation is ongoing between the National Universities Commission (NUC), Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), and the University management to restore accreditation of the affected programmes hopefully before the end of the session.

Be rest assured, OAU Peeps News Agency will keep the great Ife community informed if any further development arise.

Best Regards,
Farombi Oluwaseun (Babafaros)
Editor In Chief, OAU Peeps News Agency

Sunday, 5 August 2018

OAU Management Promises To Sort Out Accreditation Crisis

OAU Management Promises To Sort Out Accreditation Crisis
By Farombi Oluwaseun

Recall OAU Peeps News Agency has earlier reported that Faculty Of Law &Dentistry, Department of Fine Arts, Botany &Medical Rehabilitation has lost accreditation.Click here

Report gathered by OAU Peeps News Agency made it known that this is the third time Faculty of Law will lose accreditation, 1992,2006,2018 respectively. Also, a source who pleaded anonymity stated that the Department Of Botany never got full accreditation since its inception as a course of study in the university.

However,the management of Obafemi Awolowo University has promised to sort out the present accreditation crisis rocking some departments  and faculties in the institution.

Speaking with Journalist, the university Public Relations Officer, Mr Abiodun Olanrewaju stated that  the withdrawal of accreditation will be sorted out by September.

“We are going to sort it out, latest by September, and everything will come back to shape"

 It will be recalled that the non accreditation was hinted after the Nigeria University Commission notified aspirants through JAMB  to change their first choice course as soon as possible. This has left aspirants, students& parents confused on what next to do.

Uncertainty Surrounds the Sudden Death Of OAU lecturer

By Olufemi Alfred

The cause of the death of a senior lecturer of Obafemi Awolowo University, Professor Ademola Babalola, is yet to be revealed a week after his corpse was found in his residence.

The death of the Professor who was the former head of the Department of  Sociology and Anthropology, was announced last week.

According to students of the deceased faculty and department, the death of the Professor is still a mystery.

Alokan Cephas, a Part 4 student of Sociology and Ayodele Omowumi,  stated that the easy-going Professor died in his room and his body was recovered Two days after neighbours discovered that his phone was unreachable.

"After the day's work, he went home and all we heard was that his corpse was found on his bed Two days later."

Meanwhile, a reliable source, who confided under anonymity, said the Professor was stabbed in the eye and stomach because his articles and research works were against the British American Tobacco Company (BAT).

"Babalola was stabbed to death and his eyes removed. You dont mess with those companies. His research work affected those companies. They started receiving court suits and international pressure."

However, the Public Relations Officer of the school, Abiodun Olanrewaju, when contacted, denied that Professor Babalola was stabbed to death.

"When the news came to us, the security officers of the University went to his residence and had to force open the door of the Professor." He told the journalist.

"The cause of the death is still unknown as we await the result of the autopsy."

Also, a lecturer of the department and a close friend of the late Prof., Dr. Olabisi Ayodele corroborated the PRO's response saying;

"He drove himself home and laid on his couch. He was found dead in his apartment."

"He was not stabbed to death but what we are suspecting is heart failure." Olabisi buttressed

Professor Babalola, whose body will be laid to rest on Thursday, taught courses in the areas of Social Change and Development, Nigerian Societies and Cultures, and Comparative Social Institutions until his death.

 He also published extentively on how the introduction and adoption of commercial flue-cured tobacco production in the Oyo north division, under the auspices of the British American Tobacco Company (BAT) affected the socio-economic lives of the people.

Friday, 3 August 2018

OAU Students, Aspirants Panic As NUC Disaccredits Faculty Of Law And Other Departments.

OAU Students,  Aspirants Panic As NUC Disaccredits  Faculty Of Law And Other Departments.
By Uthman Samad and Farombi Oluwaseun

In the early hours of yesterday , the Nigeria University Commission through JAMB has notified some students seeking admission into Obafemi Awolowo University that their first choice course has lost accreditation.

The  JAMB notification also further instructed the aspirants to change their courses or institution as soon as possible.

The notification reads "" Your first choice course did not receive accreditation. Login to your profile and change course/institution ""

This has left aspirants and students of the institution on the fence  regarding the issue of non Accreditation by the Nigeria University  commission (NUC).

The affected courses include Faculty of law &  Dentistry with Department  Botany, Fine Arts and  medical Rehabilitation

Speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, Olawale, one of the aspirants stated that the notification came as a shock to them yesterday. He stated that this has made most aspirants unhappy because the notification means, the  affected departments will not admit candidates for the 2018 Admission Year. He further stated that the developments has made them to  either change  course or institution which is against their initial wish.

Speaking with OAU Peeps News Agency, President, Law Students Society, Adedigba Daniel confirmed the disaccreditation of Law.

 In his words,"" Yes, I can confirm that Faculty of Law has lost accreditation  but I am very sure that the authorities are already working on palliative measures to the development. Currently, the Vice Dean is in Abuja"".

It could be recalled that in the year 2006, the faculty of law, OAU lost accreditation likewise in 1992 which made law students to be forced to other faculties especially Faculty of Arts.

Also speaking , a student of health sciences who pleaded anonymity stated that  they all knew about the development this morning, he stated that the accreditation was lost due to some equipment not available for students especially in laboratories.

Meanwhile Mr Abiodun Olanrewaju, the  university Public Relations Officer, said and promised to get back to the agency  after he would have been fully informed by the Chairman Committee of Deans.

However, all efforts to speak with the University Vice Chancellor and Registrar proved abortive.