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OAU STUDENT OUTSHINES OTHER UNIVERSITIES AT ABUJA.

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Idowu Jamiu, a part 4 students of the department of Civil Engineering, Obafemi Awolowo emerged a winner of the essay contest organized  as part of the activities for the 15th International Conference and Annual General meeting of Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers (NICE).

    The conference tagged 'Unity 2017' with the theme- Civil infrastructure development in a challenging economy, was held in Abuja and it had several Nigerian universities such as University of Uyo and Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta as participants.

   The essay topic was "Engineering Education in Nigeria: a status quo to be maintained". Ibokette Wisdom from University of Uyo and Adeoye Adeniyi  from Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta came second and third positions respectively.

    "It is a great honour and privilege to emerge as the overall winner of this national essay contest. I appreciate the opportunity given by Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers for …

LEGAL FIRM ORDERS FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OF OAU SUSPENDED STUDENTS.

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Trailing the suspension of the four students of Obafemi Awolowo University, a letter issued from Alfred Adegoke Chambers in Osun state to the varsity management demanded for the immediate reinstatement of the Students.

    The law chambers' client is Omole Ibukun, a final year of the department of Civil Engineering, a student activist and a secretary of the Education Rights Campaign.

   The law firm tagged the act of the school as arbitrary and unconstitutional as against the provisions of the 1999 constitution of the federal Republic of Nigeria that states that; no one should be denied the entrenched rights.

    Also, the letter issued on 25th of October stated that their client was at Osogbo for private family engagement on the day of protest; implying that Omole Ibukun was not involved in the protest.

    After giving various premises for arguments against the suspension of their client, it was stated in the excerpt of the letter that;

"Consequently, we hereby demand…

'MAINLY FRESHERS' FEMALE HOSTEL ACHIEVED GREAT FEAT IN INTER-HALL FOOTBALL COMPETITION.

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Mozambique Queens

                    Alumni babes

Akintolites Team
  In the last weekend, female hostels'  teams proved their prowess on the football pitch. During the inter - Hall female football competition organised by the office of the Students' Union director of sports, the 'mainly freshers' female hostel named after the country, Mozambique, took the first position.


    The competition that was played in Adekunle Fajuyi Hall football pitch had the Four female halls of residence; Mozambique Queens, Alumni Babes, Moremite and Akintolites, as participants.  

  At the first match Mozambique Queens played a deuce of 1-1 against
Alumni Babes. It resulted in Penalty kicks, 6-5 as the score in favour of Mozambique Queens.

    Also, Akintolites won Moremi with the result of 3 goals against none. Alumni Babes won the Third place after a deuce of 2-2  with the Moremite which led to penalty kicks after extra-time. It resulted in 4-3 in favour of Alumni.

DO YOU KNOW THAT YOUR VOICE MATTERS?

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‘’ When silence is no more golden, you speak the truth’’

When I was a kid, all my parents could tell me was to keep my observations to myself- Since I was in the gathering of adult.
   Times past, I see evils that men commit on daily basis, but I’m bound to keep them to myself, since its tagged ‘disrespect’ or ‘insubordination’ to authorities. In having my chromosomes developed, such attribute posed difficulty to myself, integrity and my interpersonal relationship. A teacher of mine once molested my friend to the point of death, all my effort to make it known, was all in futility; because of the covert and cowardly attribute the society has mandated on every child , and he develops with it. It was a bitter turn-around, which I had to pay with a loss of a loved one. Assuming I was given a chance to vomit my words, maybe I would have saved a promising soul.

     On this stance, it’s no gain saying for every individual to advocate for a right to amplify their voices on the altar of our …

''HERE AT 'MAN THE MIC', WE FIX CHALLENGES''- TIMI STATED IN AN INTERVIEW.

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This is an interview session with Mr Timileyin Agbaje, the convener of MAN THE MIC series. The second edition was just concluded.

Sir, we know you but for the sake of formality, what is your name?

Timi Agbaje: My name is Agbaje Oluwatimileyin

Sir, we will like to know more about your family and educational background.

Timi Agbaje: I am the first of 4 Kingdoms. I am a recent graduate of Law from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University.

Being the convener of Man the Mic, how has it been so far?

Timi Agbaje: As a convener of Man the Mic, i can state this has been our most challenging and demanding edition so far yet most Successful. There is a responsive team that believes in the vision and execution of goals have been fantastic.

After all these training sessions, what has the feedback from the participants look like?

Timi Agbaje: Our feedbacks have been awesome. We would be dropping feedbacks soon enough. Man the mic does it classy and right. Wait on the feedbacks.

 Just like last ye…

CONVOCATION CEREMONY SET TO HOLD IN THE 3RD WEEK OF DECEMBER.

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In respect to questions posed by 2015/2016 graduates on the convocation ceremony of Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU KILONSHELE was able to gather that the convocation ceremony will be held in the third week of December.

     Speaking with the Public Relations Officer of the institution, Mr. Olanrewaju Abiodun, he affirmed that the information as regards how those qualify for the ceremony will go about the application will be out when due.

    "Necessary information for the application for convocation will be passed on to the people involved. On the date, it will be held in the third week of December. " he stated.

Olufemi Alfred .O.
Oau Kilonshele News Outfit.
Reporting.....

FREE MEDICAL TESTS DURING PANS WEEK.

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As part of the programmes lined up for the Pharmaceutical Association of Nigerian Students (PANS) convention that is being held for a week, free medical tests and drugs were dispensed to students in Obafemi Awolowo University on Thursday.

   The week long event, which commenced Monday, 23rd of October had pharmacy students from Nigerian universities, such as University of Nigeria, Nsukka; Usman Danfodio University amidst many others, as participants. 'Synergy' as the theme of the convention, was hosted by the faculty of pharmacy in Obafemi Awolowo University.

     The exercise cut across medical tests ranging from Malaria to Hepatitis to Hiv/Aids and so many students benefited from the charitable development.
     Mr.Ajayi, a student and one of the beneficiaries, was diagnosed of malaria and was immediately given free drugs. In his words, he expressed his delight by saying; " thanks to the organisers of the programme."



  According to Mr. Omoleso Quadri, one of t…

TOPE FASUA POSED A CHALLENGE TO NIGERIAN YOUTHS.

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" UK produces 1.2millon barrels of crude oil in the north sea(Scotland). our budget is used to pay interest. You are not a professional until you become dynamic in your field of discipline".



  The CEO of Global analytics, Tope Fasua In the 5th Annual Economic Conference hosted by the department of Economics, Obafemi Awolowo University challenged youths to change their lives to a better one so as to effect a great change in the world at large.


  In the heat of the lecture, he introduced a book titled "the  truth of Africa" saying;  "Africa is the most explore and documented economic country.The first refiner is John Rockefeller, he refined kerosene in 1800. During the world of Rockefeller, cars were making use of petrol."

He continued by mentioning the resources that is bestowed on Nigeria and their usage in comparison to the economic state of  The United States of America that produces 8.9millon barrels of crude oil as at 2016 by using trade oil.

Further…

OAU PRE-DEGREE REGISTRATION CLOSES TODAY.

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This is to inform candidates who have registered for the 2017/2018 Pre- degree programme of Obafemi Awolowo University that the entrance examination has been scheduled to hold on the 1st and 2nd of November, 2017.

     Registered candidates are expected to login here http://oaucdl.edu.ng/pre/ using their Username and password in order for them to print out their exam slips.

     The deadline for the application of 2017/2018 Pre-degree closes on the 30th of October, 2017. Interested candidates can register herehttp://www.oaucdl.edu.ng/pre/login/signup.php

    However, the Centre for distance learning (CDL) OAU, in a disclaimer, urged candidates to ignore SMS text messages requesting money for anything whatsoever as they are not responsible for that.

Source: www.oaucdl.edu.ng

OAU SPORTS' COUNCIL RECEIVES DONATIONS FROM NATIONAL LOTTERY TRUST FUND.

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The sports' council of Obafemi Awolowo University received donations comprising of sports kits like footballs, jerseys, track suits, bags, foot wears, socks and what have we from the National Lottery Trust Fund (NLTF) .

       During the event which took place at the Industrial and General Insurance Company (IGI) building of the university on Tuesday, 24th of October, the NLTF South West Zonal executives led by the Chairperson, Hajia Buari  presented the donated items to the Director of the university sports' council, Mr. Adamu Abu.

   Moreover, the members of the university sports' council and Students Union director of sports, Adewumi Michael  in company of some of the varsity's athletes were in attendance.

     Speaking with our correspondent the Chairperson of the South West branch of the organization, Hajia Buari, made it known that the intervention is to cut across all South Western Universities.

     "National Lottery Trust Fund has made so many inte…

"FACULTIES ARE SET TO RELEASE THE ADMISSIONS LIST"- ADMISSIONS OFFICE.

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Sequel to the questions from the  2017/2018 Obafemi Awolowo University aspirants
in respect to the release of the admission lists, OAU KILONSHELE in early hours of Tuesday, October 14, was able to confirm the modus operandi for the release of the awaited lists.

     In a conversation with the Secretary of the admissions office, who sought anonymity in line with the codes and conducts of the Civil service, she explained that the admissions lists will first be released at the faculties' level.

     " Those respective faculties will paste the lists while we, at the admissions office, will  compile the released names and send it to the JAMB office." She stated.

     OAU KILONSHELE team is committed to giving you first hand information when the released names are out at the faculty level.

Olufemi Alfred .O.
Oau Kilonshele News outfit.
Reporting....

CLASH BETWEEN OAU GALLERIANS AND PARLIAMENTARIAN OVER BUDGET SITTING

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It was a tug of war between parliamentarians and the members of the gallery of Obafemi Awolowo University at the parliamentary sitting which commenced an hour and thirty minutes beyond schedule on Friday 20th of October, at   Awolowo hall CafΓ¨ of the university. The sitting began with 36 honorables in attendance.

  At its commencement, the speaker of the house asked that the suspension of the quorum be moved; which Hon. yomi jenko from faculty of Education raised the motion rolling and seconded by Alpha T from Health sciences.

   The clerk of the house proceeded in reading the agenda of the sitting, after which Comrade Joe from the faculty of Education raised an observation that last submission at the parliamentary sitting wasn't implemented, citing the example of the victimized student and the call for Congress. He also submitted that the state of the Union should be included in the agenda, similar observations was raised by Hon. Babatunde (Baba T).

   The motion for the amen…

HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVIST COMMENDS THE ROLE OF TRADITIONAL RULERS IN THE COLONIAL ERA.

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During the symposium and lectures tagged “TAKING NIGERIAN AND AFRICA TO GREATER HEIGHTS, The place of the youth ’’ in commemoration of the 43rd birthday of Oba Enitan Ogunwusi the Ooni of Ile-Ife, Femi Falana (SAN), a human rights activist and keynote speaker praised the efforts of South Western traditional rulers during the  colonial era. In the preamble of his address to the youth, he stated that ;

      "Rather than what you have been taught in your history classes, the traditional rulers in the South West agreed to neither slavery or imperialism. Some of them like King Jaja of Opobo were exiled and some were killed. Even the annexation document that was said to have been signed by King Dosunmu of Lagos and Queen Victoria had an element of illegality. How could someone who did not understand English, sign a document written in English? "




   The occasion that was held in the noon of Tuesday, October 17 in Oduduwa hall of Obafemi Awolowo University, was graced by dig…

(UPDATED) OAU RELEASES ALL FACULTIES' CUT OFF MARKS, 50% MINIMUM .

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It has been gathered and confirmed that the following faculties have released their cut off marks for 2017/2018 admission consideration. The minimum cut off marks is pegged at 50%.

SOCIAL SCIENCES 
Demography and Social Statistics
Merit – 51.6%
Ekiti – 50%
Osun – 50%
Ogun –50%
Ondo –50%
Oyo – 50%
Lagos –50%
ELDS – 50%
Economics
Merit – 69.5%
Ekiti – 65.4%
Osun – 65.4%
Ogun –65.4%
Ondo –65.4%
Oyo – 65.4%
Lagos –65.4%
ELDS – 65.2%
Geography
Merit – 51.8%
Ekiti – 50%
Osun – 50%
Ogun –50%
Ondo –50%
Oyo – 50%
Lagos –50%
ELDS – 50%
Political Science/PPE
Merit – 59.7%
Ekiti – 58.3%
Osun – 58.3%
Ogun –58.3%
Ondo –58.3%
Oyo – 58.3%
Lagos –58.3%
ELDS – 58.2%
Psychology
Merit – 56.7%
Ekiti – 51.2%
Osun – 51.2%
Ogun –51.2%
Ondo –51.2%
Oyo – 51.2%
Lagos –51.2%
ELDS – 50.1%
Sociology and Anthropology
Merit – 55.6%
Ekiti – 50.4%
Osun – 50.4%
Ogun –50.4%
Ondo –50.4%
Oyo – 50.4%
Lagos –50.4%
ELDS – 50.3%



COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES 

Medicine -76%
Dentistry - 73.3%
Medical Rehabilitation -66.6%
Nurs…

URBAN FOOD FEST IS HERE!

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WO!
 Next time, IF I tell you say I wan chop and you bring something even Joromi will not eat.
 I will throw it in your face even if it is a Fargin that made it.

What am I trying to say?

The best meals πŸžπŸ€πŸ—πŸ•πŸ±πŸ›πŸ²πŸπŸœπŸ₯˜  πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹in Ile-Ife will be available at SUB during URBAN FOOD FEST.

Date : 10th of November

Some Thicker Bodies of meals πŸ›πŸ±will be available. The meals will range from:
Grilled Hot Sturvs and even if Man's Not Hot, he will get Something Light and Chilled to freshen up with.
Appetizers, Deserts, Main Meal and Post-Meal Snacks will be available.

Don't sleep ❌ on this,

FAM! Don't  kick Penalty into throwing. Carry your WaterBottle in your hand and meet LOJ FOODS and the host of great chefs 🎩🎩 at SUB CAR PARK  on the
10th OF  NOVEMBER.

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OAU STUDENTS SEEK PUBLIC ATTENTION FOR THE REINSTATEMENT OF SUSPENDED STUDENTS.

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At about 5:30pm on Sunday, Oct 15th 2017, the Student's Union of Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife held her 7th congressional meeting.
    The meeting was held as a result of the resolution of the Parliamentary meeting which was held at the level of Awolowo Hall cafeteria. The purpose of the meeting was to deliberate on the issue of the reinstatement of the 10 suspended students; Jacob Oluwatosin Grace (SU V.P), Oluwalade Babatunde(TMC), Udeh John, Omole Ibukun(Hon. IBK), and some post graduate students.

  The student union President, Oyekan Ibukun Edward , popularly known as Dr IBK, said the submission of the generality of Oau student is what the union will act upon concerning the suspended student. The President made it known that the post graduate students representatives have been invited since the issue on ground affect some of their colleagues so as for them to solidarize with the union.

 Hon. Emmanuel, one of those who dropped their submissions, proposed that the union…

EX UNION LEADERS PROFFER SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEMS OF OAU STUDENTS' UNION.

In the program tagged 'The platform' under the auspices of the Assistant secretary General (ASG) of Great ife student Union of Obafemi Awolowo University, the former officers of the Union present spoke to the students present and proffered solutions to the problems affecting the Union recently.

    The programme, which commenced about 4:45pm on Friday, 13th of October , kicked off with the revolutionary anthem of the great ife student. The AGS, Oyebanjo Olwaseun popularly known as Siewen gave the opening speech and stated need to reorientate all great ife student for a better life in his welcome address. "Student of the world must unite and fight, and it's a must to reinvigorate a better course of action." he said.

  The programme had past students activists like peniela Akintujoye, a former Students' Union parliamentarian and  comrade Engels, an astute activist as guest speakers . The floor was opened by Mr olateruje segun Elisha, who spoke on: judicial …

NYSC 2017: OAU RELEASES BATCH 'B' APPROVED LIST .

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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL PROSPECTIVE BATCH 'B' CORPS MEMBERS FOR 2017 NYSC MOBILIZATION

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From the office of Prof. Aransiola, the  dean of the Division of Students' Affairs (DSA) Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

STUDENTS' RIGHTS SUBSTITUTED FOR SUSPENSION RITES.

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If every mass demonstration of students and workers have been faced with retrogressive reactions from the authorities, against which it was done , autocracy in its raw form would have dwell gallantly with us.

       This is not to sympathize with the expelled comrade from University of Lagos , the suspended students from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri nor with the suspended students of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife but to state the effects of these reactions from university managements on the state of human rights across the nation.

       Some of the suspended and expelled students on the grounds of spearheading or being part of demonstrations are those who have seen the state of this country and wanted a change.

       Over 70% of students of Nigerian universities desire a place out of this country for further studies. It's not because of anything spectacular but that of the deplorable welfare of schools, which is as a result of the poor funding by th…

CMC'17 LIVE IN ILE-IFE WITH PROVISIONS FOR ACCOMODATION.

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πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½πŸ’ƒπŸ½ A time of refreshing in the presence of the Lord is here again!


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The word taught, clarity received and ministry birth as we receive the ministry of

Pastor Sekou Abodunrin

Pastor Peter Alabi

Pastor Eghosa Osunde

@Campus Ministry Congress '17

            venue:

GROOVE EVENTS CENTER, Modomo, Ile-Ife, Osun State

Date.                 Session              Time

Oct.18.            Morning             9am

Oct.19.            Morning            9am
                         Evening             5:30pm

Oct.20.             Morning            9am
                          Evening             5:30pm

Oct.21             Morning.           9am

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OAU SUSPENDED STUDENTS THREATEN TO TAKE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST THE VARSITY.

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In lieu of a peaceful protest against the 6 days of power outage staged by some students of Obafemi Awolowo University on Friday, 6th of October, some of the students have been served an indefinite suspension letter.

      On the day of the protest, 10 of the Students, who partook in the action were arrested by the police force in conjunction with the varsity security unit. Some of the Students arrested were, Gbenga Oloniran- a student of the department of Geography, Jacob Grace- the suspended Vice president of the Students Union, Koye-Ladele Mofehintoluwa - a part 3 student of the faculty of law and seven others.

     The arrested students were later released after few hours of detention  owing to the mobilization of students to More police station.

     However, between October 11 and 12, Oluwalade Babatunde, a part 3 student of the department of English; Omole Ibukun a final year of the of the department of Civil engineering and John Udeh, English department, part 2 were han…

NYSC BATCH 'B' MOBILIZATION LIST NOT YET OUT AS D.S.A PROMISES TO KEEP GRADUATES INFORMED.

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Following the rumours trailing the mobilization list for 2017 National Youth Service Corps batch "B" being out,  Oau Kilonshele considered it pertinent to keep the generality of Obafemi Awolowo University students and the general public informed on reliable and informative news.
   On Tuesday, 10th of October, our correspondent spoke with a staff member at Directorate of Student's Affairs(DSA) general office and was directed to DSA room 9 to get every necessary information concerning NYSC mobilization.
  In room 9, the officer in-charge of the exercise spoke with our correspondent and made it known that the mobilization list for 2015/2016 NYSC batch "B" is yet to be out.


"The University management through the Directorate of Students Affairs will put the information out for the concerned students when it is out."  he said.

Nurudeen Waliu Ajibade
Oau Kilonshele News Outfit
Reporting....

THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT MONKEYPOX.

Monkeypox disease is caused by the monkeypox virus. The disease was firstly noticed in laboratory monkeys and it seems to affect rodents more than other primates. monkeypox can be transmitted to humans through contact with the infected host. The virus is found in remote parts of central and West Africa, near tropical rainforests. People living in or near the forested areas may have indirect or low-level exposure to infected animals, as seen in the just established case in Bayelsa State, Nigeria


MODE  OF  INFECTION :
 The primary route of infection is thought to be contact with the infected animals or their bodily fluids. Animal-to-human transmission occurs through bites or a scratch from animals and bush meat preparation. The monkeypox virus can cause a fatal illness in humans and, although it is similar to human smallpox which has been eradicated, it is much milder. The monkeypox virus is transmitted to people from various wild animals but has limited secondary spread through human-to…

OAU CAMPUS JOURNALIST CONTESTS FOR THE PRO OF NANCE.

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National Association of Nigerian Campus Editors ( NANCE ),  2017 convention at the National Union of Journalists ( NUJ ) Secretariat Hall, Abeokuta, Ogun State, commenced yesterday, 6th of October and will be concluded today with an election of the executives of NANCE for 2017/2018. 
    In this regard, an award winning journalist from Obafemi Awolowo University,  Adejumo Kabir, is  contesting for the office of the public relations officer of the association. 
   The editor of News track platform declared his intentions few days ago online with Magazine publication, active online presence, distribution of newsletters and national image projection as his manifestoes. 
    OAU KILONSHELE NEWS OUTFIT wishes him good luck in the electioneering.. 


2ND EDITION OF MAN THE MIC TO START ON THE 20TH @ AJOSE LT IN OAU.

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Man the Mic 2. 0

                  tagged
"The Masterclass Edition" 
   starts on the 20th of October, 2017 and spans over 2 full weekends.

Venue is Ajose LT, OAU, Ife.

 Man the mic 2.0. Is a practical and thorough training with platform for made or intending MCs, OAPs, Corporate communicators, leaders, politicians, comperes and public Speakers. We thoroughly groom participants on the art of communication.
Our facilitators are highly vast and experienced icons of the media and communication industry.

Dami Oluwatoyinbo: a highly trained international speaker who facilitates similar trainings for multinational companies.

Soul of Radio: real name is Adedotun Amosun Morenikeji. He is a proud winner of  Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards among several others. He has been consistently holding several engaging radio programmes for over a decade now.

Sam Naike: he is a highly skilled trainer in the art of communication and also facilitates similar trainings for multinationals.

Olukunle Il…

OAU ICT CENTRE SPEAKS ON POST-UTME RESULTS AND COURSE REGISTRATION.

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   The post UTME Aptitude Test for Obafemi Awolowo University 2017/2018 admissions was conducted between 23rd- 30th of September 2017. The result of the week-long test was released on October 4. 

     Many of the candidates who sat for the test complained about some irregularities in the conducting and the released results. 

      Adedokun John, an aspirant of the faculty of Agriculture, who spoke with OAU KILONSHELE stated that he was given 6/40 in the Aptitude Test score.

     Also, Adeniji Emmanuel, an aspirant of the department of Civil engineering and Adewumi Rachael, who filled in for Microbiology had 0/40 as their Aptitude Test scores.

     Some students complained about the reduction of their aggregate percentage compared to what was initially released as candidates' JAMB scores were removed from the 'seal embossed' results. 

     Speaking with OAU KILONSHELE this afternoon, one of the unit head of the ICT Centre of the university, Mr. Olakunle Philips emphasized that t…

OAU POST-UTME: CANDIDATES WITH COMPLAINTS ABOUT RESULTS ARE TO LODGE IT VIA THE PORTAL.

The results of the post UTME Aptitude tests 2017/2018 , written on the 23rd- 30th of September has been released yesterday.
     However, some candidates have been having issues with the released results as some are given scores like 0,4,6... in their post UTME score box.
     Adedokun John, an aspirant of the faculty of Agriculture was given 6/40 in the Aptitude Test score.
     Also, Adeniji Emmanuel, an aspirant of the department of Civil engineering and Adewumi Rachael, who filled in for Microbiology had 0/40 as their Aptitude Test scores.
     Speaking with one of the help lines of the admissions office today,  the officer explained to Oau Kilonshele that students with complaints are to fill the form online and not come to the school.

     "Who will attend to them in school? Let them fill the form available on the school website."

    Candidates with complaints are to click on the link below:
https://admissions.oauife.edu.ng/?lnk=contact&1507054416


Olufemi Alfr…

CHECK OUT YOUR POST UTME RESULT FOR FREE

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