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Omole Ibukun, the tactically suspended student's eportal to be re-opened

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Oau Kilonshele News Outfit can authoritatively ascertain that Omole Ibukun's tactical suspension has met its end today as the student's eportal which has been closed for more than eight months will be opened in some hours to come before the day ends.

In a phone conversation with Omole Ibukun which lasted for few minutes, he confirmed that in a meeting that started at around 10:05am this morning in Prof Anthony Elujoba, the acting Vice Chancellor's office which lasted for more than an hour, the acting VC has made assurance that his 'tactical suspension' has ended and that his portal will be opened before the end of the day.

As confirmed by Omole Ibukun, the school management will be forming an investigative panel to investigate the authorship of the "Animals in the Senate" article which happens to be the main reason for Omole's earlier "tactical suspension".

This novel victory can be concluded to a product of great Ife students' unrelent…

Apply for OAU 2015/16 Rain semester Postgraduate program

Oau Kilonshele can authoritatively divulge to the general public that those interested in applying for OAU Postgraduate program can do so on http://apply.oaunetque.com.

As confirmed by the Postgraduate college, Rain Semester 2015/2016 session's application had earlier on closed on 26th of September.

Oau Kilonshele confirmed that this previous deadline has been extended to October 10.

DSA to meet all final year and prospective corp members

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The Division of Student Affairs, OAU invites all final year students/prospective corp members to a meeting with NYSC officials on briefing and sensitization exercise concerning NYSC matters on Thursday, 29th of September at exactly 10am in Ajose Hall.


Faculty of Science cutoff marks

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Faculty of Science Cutoff marks
2016/2017 admission process

Biochemistry
Merit = 61.8

Catchment
Lagos = 61.1 Osun = 61.1 Ogun = 61.3
Oyo = 61.3 Ekiti = 59.8 Ondo = 59.9
ELDS = 56.8

Microbiology
Merit = 63.5

Catchment
Lagos = 60 Osun = 62.8 Ogun = 61.1
Oyo = 60.8 Ekiti = 60.9 Ondo = 63
ELDS = 57.8

Zoology
Merit = 50

Catchment
Lagos =50 Osun =50 Ogun =50
Oyo = 50 Ekiti =50 Ondo = 50
ELDS = 50

Botany
Merit = 50

Catchment
Lagos = 50 Osun = 50 Ogun = 50
Oyo = 50 Ekiti =50 Ondo = 50
ELDS = 50

Chemistry
Merit = 58.7

Catchment
Lagos =- Osun =58 Ogun = 54.6
Oyo =58.3 Ekiti =57.5 Ondo = 58
ELDS = 50

Industrial Chemistry
Merit = 61.9

Catchment
Lagos =- Osun =56.8 Ogun = 60.3
Oyo =60.1 Ekiti =55.4 Ondo = 57.8
ELDS = 50

Physics
Merit = 58.9

Catchment
Lagos =55 Osun =58.8 Ogun = 58.7
Oyo =58.5 Ekiti = - Ondo = -
ELDS = -

Engineering Physics
Merit = 60.8

Catchment
Lagos = - Osun = 60.8 Ogun = -
Oyo =56.3 Ekiti = 59.8 Ondo = -
ELDS = 50

Mathematics
Merit = 59.…

Unknown Students' Welfare Committee formed, garboil in Mozambique hall

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On Saturday Night, 24th of September, representatives of an unknown Students Welfare Committee clashed with Annadiva and some other conscious students in Mozambique hall over price regulation lists.

The self-acclaimed Students Welfare Committee allegedly formed during an unknown public meeting at Awo Cafe few weeks back clashed with Annadiva of Mozambique hall after the earlier went to Mozambique hall to paste printed copies of investigated regulated prices to stand as the status quo for the current inflated prices of goods in butteries while some copies were removed by the later for comparison with the butteries' price tags.

The representatives of this committee filled with the likes of Michael Lenin and others who belong to DSM (leftists) had gone outside campus commendably and heroically to investigate the price tags of goods and make survey to have a regulated price tags in hall butteries so as to put an end to undue exploitation of students by butteries' attendants.

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Monday’s crisis was a fight between the masses and the Cabal—Positive, Law Part 5

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Monday’s crisis was a fight between the masses and the Cabal—Positive, Law Part 5

“The violence that occurred yesterday was that of injustice and justice, the masses and cabal” Akande Paul, politically known as Positive divulges to Oau Kilonshele today.

It was very disheartening when the students of Faculty of Law; the legal minds, Obafemi Awolowo University were reported to have assaulted one another during the course of election to unanimously vote for a representative for the post of Electoral commissioner as advised by the DSA as a process to reinstating the Students Union yesterday, 19th of September.

The supporters of Akande Paul (Positive) and Ayo Toluwalase (AY Toes) who were both the only contenders for the position at the Faculty engaged in a physical combat due to their respective reasons.

According to our correspondent who was present at the congress, Positive won AY Toes by a wide gap as evident to the blind; various hands were raised in support of Positive after few han…

ANUNSA OAU invites all to Peace Rally

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*ALL NIGERIA UNITED NATIONS STUDENTS AND YOUTHS ASSOCIATION (ANUNSA) OAU CHAPTER*
Secretariat : Fajuyi hall block 2, first floor
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*"Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that"*
Martin Luther King Jr

*"You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us. And the world will live as one."* John Lennon

ANUNSA OAU to mark United Nations' International Peace day on Wednesday, September 21st with OAU community. 

We seek for volunteers from various leadership associations on campus and individual students to come out to celebrate and promote peace in our immediate environment and the global village at large.

Speakers will be hammering on peace and its significance as we move around all halls of residence.

To volunteer and be a part of this global activity, kindly f…

Faculty of Arts releases cut-off marks for various courses

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Faculty of Arts, OAU releases cut-off marks for various courses


Dramatic Arts
Merit: 56
Catchment List
Lagos= 53.8 Oyo= 54, Ondo= 51.1, Ogun=53.6, Osun=54.7 Ekiti= 54.7
EDLS = 50.9

LINGUISTICS
Merit= 59.6
Catchment List
Lagos= 58.5 Oyo= 56.5, Ondo= 50.7, Ogun=55.5, Osun=58.4 Ekiti= 54.1
EDLS= 53.5

MUSIC
Merit= 50
Lagos= 50 Oyo= 50, Ondo= 50, Ogun=50, Osun=50 Ekiti= 50
EDLS=50

PHILOSOPHY
Merit= 50.4
Lagos= 50.4 Oyo= 50.4, Ondo= 50.4, Ogun=50.4, Osun=50.4 Ekiti= 50.4
EDLS=50.4

RELIGIOUS STUDIES
Merit= 51.2
Lagos= 51.2 Oyo= 51.2, Ondo= 51.2, Ogun=51.2, Osun=51.2 Ekiti= 51.2
EDLS= 41.2

YORUBA
Merit= 50.1
Lagos= 50.1 Oyo= 50.1, Ondo= 50.1, Ogun=50.1, Osun=50.1 Ekiti= 50.1
EDLS= 50.1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Merit= 57.1
Lagos= 51.6 Oyo= 55.9, Ondo= 53.1, Ogun=54.2, Osun=55.9 Ekiti= 52.7
EDLS=50.3

FRENCH
Merit= 51.6
Lagos= 51.6 Oyo= 51.6, Ondo= 51.6, Ogun=51.6, Osun=51.6 Ekiti= 51.6
EDLS=51.6

GERMAN
Merit= 50.5
Lagos= 50.5 Oyo= 50.5, Ondo= 50.5, Ogun=50.5, Osun=50.5 Ekiti= 50.5
EDLS…

Faculty of Arts releases cut-off marks for various courses

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Faculty of Arts, OAU releases cut-off marks for various courses


Dramatic Arts
Merit: 56
Catchment List
Lagos= 53.8 Oyo= 54, Ondo= 51.1, Ogun=53.6, Osun=54.7 Ekiti= 54.7
EDLS = 50.9

LINGUISTICS
Merit= 59.6
Catchment List
Lagos= 58.5 Oyo= 56.5, Ondo= 50.7, Ogun=55.5, Osun=58.4 Ekiti= 54.1
EDLS= 53.5

MUSIC
Merit= 50
Lagos= 50 Oyo= 50, Ondo= 50, Ogun=50, Osun=50 Ekiti= 50
EDLS=50

PHILOSOPHY
Merit= 50.4
Lagos= 50.4 Oyo= 50.4, Ondo= 50.4, Ogun=50.4, Osun=50.4 Ekiti= 50.4
EDLS=50.4

RELIGIOUS STUDIES
Merit= 51.2
Lagos= 51.2 Oyo= 51.2, Ondo= 51.2, Ogun=51.2, Osun=51.2 Ekiti= 51.2
EDLS= 41.2

YORUBA
Merit= 50.1
Lagos= 50.1 Oyo= 50.1, Ondo= 50.1, Ogun=50.1, Osun=50.1 Ekiti= 50.1
EDLS= 50.1

ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Merit= 57.1
Lagos= 51.6 Oyo= 55.9, Ondo= 53.1, Ogun=54.2, Osun=55.9 Ekiti= 52.7
EDLS=50.3

FRENCH
Merit= 51.6
Lagos= 51.6 Oyo= 51.6, Ondo= 51.6, Ogun=51.6, Osun=51.6 Ekiti= 51.6
EDLS=51.6

GERMAN
Merit= 50.5
Lagos= 50.5 Oyo= 50.5, Ondo= 50.5, Ogun=50.5, Osun=50.5 Ekiti= 50.5
EDLS…

OAU to experience outage from 10am today till 4pm

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College of Health Sciences releases cut-off marks for 2016/2017 admission

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Faculty of Social Sciences releases cut-off marks

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Faculty of Pharmacy's cut-off marks released

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Faculty of Pharmacy
Obafemi Awolowo University

All Points in percentage %
Cut-off Marks for admission

Merit = 69.4

Catchment Data
EKITI = 67.5
LAGOS = 66.2
OGUN = 66.6
ONDO = 68.8
OSUN = 68.4
OYO = 68.0

ELDS Data
64.9

Pre-degree
78.0

Gathered by OAU Kilonshele

Faculty of Administration releases cut-off marks for departments

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Faculty of Administration cut-off marks
Obafemi Awolowo University

All Points in percentage %

Management and Accounting

Merit = 63.9%

Catchment List
OYO = 63.2%
OSUN = 62.6%
EKITI = 61.6
ONDO = 62.3
OGUN = 62.6
LAGOS = 61.2

ELDS Data
Kwara = 61.3
Benue = 63.0
Kogi = 59.4
Rivers = 61.5
Kebbi = 59.0


International Relations

Merit = 58.4

Catchment List
OYO = 58.3
OSUN = 57.4
EKITI = 55.6
ONDO = 54.1
OGUN = 56.0
LAGOS = 52.8

ELDS Data
Cross Rivers = 56.9
Kwara = 55.0
Rivers = 57.1
Niger = 51.4


Public Administration

Merit = 57.7

Catchment List
OYO = 57.0
OSUN = 57.5
EKITI = 55.0
ONDO = 55.1
OGUN = 56.2
LAGOS = 50.2

ELDS Data
Bayelsa = 53.6
Benue = 53.5
Kogi = 50.8


Local Government Studies

Catchment List
OYO = 50.0
OSUN = 50.0
EKITI = 50.0
ONDO = 50.0
OGUN = 50.0
LAGOS = 50.0


Gathered by OAU Kilonshele
15-09-2016

Victims of Sunday Night horror still alive, stop death rumour : OAU Kilonshele

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Earlier this morning, a disheartening rumour was circulating around hostels breaking the death of sunday night accident victims to students.

OAU kilonshele News Outfit explicitly debunks such rumour and tags it as barbaric and callous as these victims are alive and responding to treatments.

As confirmed by a source who made a visit to the hospital yesterday, it has been reliably reported that the victims of saturday night horror, both the bikeman and student are still alive and responding well to treatments.

It was added that the bikeman has been discharged to resume tomorrow, Friday 16th for his medical operations.

The student is moving his leg showing sign of response to treatments.

Gathered by
OAU Kilonshele News Outfit

DE transcripts submission still on till further notice : Admission office, OAU

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DE transcripts submission still on till further notice : Admission office, OAU

As enquired by our correspondent, Olufemi Alfred, after a visit to the admission's office yesterday, the submission of transcripts for admission into the University by Direct Entry students still ongoing as confirmed by a secretary who refuses to disclose her name.

Olufemi Alfred was also admonished that sooner is better than later for DE students who have not submitted their transcripts yet.

Gathered by Olufemi Alfred
Edited by Afolabi Lekan D (EIC)
OAU Kilonshele News Outfit


Application into OAU pre-degree closes soon

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Method of Application

1. Pay the Application fee of ₦15,000.00 through e-Tranzact Payment Platform at any branch of First Bank, Skye Bank, Wema Bank or UBA Plc Nationwide. A Receipt which contains a Receipt Number and Confirmation Order Number
will be given to you at the Bank. (Please note that Bank charges must be paid).
Alternatively, you can also pay the application fee through Interswitch Webpay Platform using your ATM or Debit Card .
2. Go to OAUCDL website: (www.oaucdl.edu.ng) and Click on: " 2016/2017 Pre-Degree Application" and read the Instruction carefully. Create your account by clicking on "Apply Now!" . You are to supply valid username, password, email address and other required information.

3. After creating the Account, login back into your Account with your username and password.

4. Click on your preferred Payment Method (either e-tranzact or Interswitch Webpay).

5. Fill the online Application Form and upload your recent passport photograph. The p…

OAU extends 2016 admission screening till further notice

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The authority of Obafemi Awolowo University extended the 2016 admission screening till further notice.

Gathered by
OAU kilonshele News Outfit

Congress to be re-held in different faculties today

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Congress to be re-held in different faculties today
15-09-2016
Obafemi Awolowo University

Congress to re-hold today in diverse faculties on campus to elect representatives into the Electoral Commission to conduct free and fair election for the upcoming Students' Union election as commanded by the Division of Students Affairs.

The directive to re-conduct another congress was due to the discrepancies and irregularities that surfaced in the previous conducted congresses.

Although, some students from few faculties are protesting against this alleged puppetry directive from DSA as their elections were conducted without irregularities.

To avoid any form of untrue reports, campus Journalists have been enjoined to cover today's slated congresses in different faculties and note any form of irregularity from any faculty.

Compiled by
OAU Kilonshele News Outfit

OAU realizes 56million naira monthly -NASU

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OAU realizes 56million naira monthly -NASU Chairman

Just few hours after noon today, the NASU Chairman, Comrade Wole Adewumi ascertained that OAU management makes roughly 56 million naira every month at AUD 2 while he was answering a question directed to him by a student.

The event graced by a representative from the Presidency, a representative from UniOsun, SSANU executive, Intellectual Panelists, Editor in Chief Oau Peeps, Public Relations Officer of ANUNSA in person of Afolabi Lekan, Lukmon Fasasi, UCJ Unilorin President and other student executives from diverse associations from different Universities.

The theme of the event being "NATIONAL DIALOGUE ON THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA AS A PANACEA TO CONSTANT UNIVERSITIES AND YOUTH CRISIS IN NIGERIA" was well debated and discussed by the present great minds.

Mr Wole Odewumi lectured the audience present on the steps to note in winning a struggle. He affirmed that the struggle of NASU and SSANU some weeks back which led to the …

Comments on the Closed Mosques saga

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Comments on the closed down Mosques saga online

Source : Facebook

Waleola Unbeatable Akinboboye
How many of you witnessed the fracas between Alfas and Awo boiz over pornographic harassment issue back then that eventually led to the infamous "mojo break"? I saw the violence demonstrated by Awo hall mosque brothers with machetes and stones though no guns. I saw this back then and here it is now. Southwesterners are good people o...Muslims and Christians live peacefully with each other, some elements should not be tolerated to introduce extremism into us o. In fact my best friend in Medskul who happened to be my best man is a leader in Nasfat in Osun state. May God continue to foster peace amongst us all.

Yemi Lawal
So what brings in mojo crisis now? What is the connection? People were watching pornography with the volume at it peak in a public place (close to the mosque) and to you it is cool? Do you also witness the violence demonstrated by the so call "Awo boiz" …

OAU shuts down Mosques adversly

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OAU shuts down Mosques adversely
2nd of September, 2016

On a holy day such as this when the peaceful Muslim students of this great nation in Obafemi Awolowo University gathered together to pray as one in the Central Mosque, a circular alleged to have come from the Division of Students ' Affairs as signed by Mrs Akinola, the Acting Dean designates the closure of two major students' Mosques in Fajuyi and Awolowo halls respectively.

From comments online gathered from a retracted OAU Kilonshele headline, it can be asserted that a great number of Great Ife students are not in support of this claimed absurd step by the school management.

According to the circular, the Mosques would be closed on Monday, 5th of September due to alleged reports of extremism from the part of some Muslim students having their meetings in the above named halls.

The report claims that the known MSSN and the alleged extremists have been called to tabled meetings to resolve their doctrinal differences but h…