Policemen arrested over lynching of students in Badagry

According to Punch, the policemen who just stood there and
watched while two young men were beaten to death on Sunday
July 21 in Badagry, have been arrested. The police officers,
Inspector Adefemi Ashogbon and Sergeant John Sonayon of
the Badagry Police Division were arrested on Friday August
2nd. Sergeant Sonayon was the police officer that interviewed
the victims during their torture. Eight other people have also
been arrested over the lynching.
Lagos state Commissioner of Police, Umar Manko said,
“The Divisional Police Officer did not present the matter
to us the way it happened. When we started asking
questions, we discovered that the two people, who were
killed, were not armed robbers contrary to what the
DPO told us. When we saw the video clips and watched
the way those boys were killed, we told ourselves that
we would be failing in our duties if we fail to bring
everyone involved to justice.”
The sooner they start giving long prison sentences to people
who lynch or people who are even found on the scene of a
lynching…just looking sef…the safer our family and friends
will be.

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ASUU STRIKE: WE ARE READY TO REMAIN SHUT FOR THREE TO FIVE YEARS — PROF IYAYI

Prof. Festus Iyayi former National President of the Academic
Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) explains his views and
thoughts regarding the ongoing industrial action by ASUU.
Excerpts:BENIN ASUU has gone back to the trenches with the
Federal Government. Why are you on strike?
The short answer is this: Government believes that Nigeria
should continue to be not just a second rate country but a third
rate country because the quality of development, the kind of
society you have depend on the kind of education that the
people have and the quality of education that exists in the
country. In 2009, ASUU reached an agreement with
government on how to rehabilitate and revitalize the
universities.
That agreement was a product of three years of negotiation,
from 2006 to 2009, and government agreed that it will provide
funding for universities to bring them to a level that we can
begin to produce graduates that will be recognized worldwide,
and our universities can also be classified and rated among the
best in the world.
People keep talking about universities rating, but no Nigerian
university features among the first 1,000 in the world because
of the issue of lack of facilities. So, from 2009 to 2012, ASUU
waited for the Federal Government to implement that agreement
and what government did was to believe and present the
argument that what ASUU was looking for was money, and
so, they implemented part of the salary component; they did not
implement the agreement on funding. As academics, if you pay
us N10million a month and we do not have the tools to work
with, that money is worthless because we want to be able to
conduct research, teach students the latest that is available in the
world of knowledge.
Those tools were not available and are still not available. So, in
2011, precisely in December, ASUU went on strike to force
government to implement the funding part of that agreement.
What did the government do? They apprehended the strike in
January 2012 and the Secretary to the Federal Government
invited the leadership of ASUU for a meeting in his office. We
went there, discussed with them on the basis of which on 24
January, 2012, we signed a Memorandum of Understanding
with the government under the title, “MEETING OF THE
SECRETARY OF THE GOVERNEMNT OF THE
FEDERATION WITH THE ACADEMIC STAFF UNION
OF UNIVERSITIES “and signed by Prof. Nicholas A.
Damachi, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Education
on behalf of the Federal Government.
The most important of the items signed was 3.0, that is,
“FUNDING REQUIREMENTS FOR UNIVERSITIES”.
And this is what the Federal Government said it would do:
“Government reaffirms its commitment to the revitalization of
Nigerian universities through budgetary and non- budgetary
sources of funds; government will immediately stimulate the
process with the sum of N100billion and will beef it up to a
yearly sum of N400billion in the next three years”.
As we speak now, not a Kobo, not an iota of intervention has
taken place in the universities. Yet, government itself, in the
various studies it has done, said it recognizes the pathetic state
of the universities. In order to implement this agreement,
government first gave a reason saying, ‘oh, for us to apply the
funds, let us first of all identify the areas of priorities to which
the funds will be applied’. Government also said, ‘we are not
going to give the money to the universities, what we are going
to do is to identify the projects, we will them call on
government agencies such as the CBN, PTDF, ETF to deliver
the projects to the universities that would then be estimated’.
So the money is not coming to the universities, government
will do the costing and get people to come and do all those
things such as the rehabilitation of the laboratories, classrooms
and a variety of other things.
Now what should be those things: Government set up a
committee called the NEEDS ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE
and it went round the universities and what it found was
shocking. First, it found that the students – teachers ratio was
1-400 on the average instead of being 1-40. It found out that
the classrooms were grossly inadequate and could
accommodate only about 30 percent of the number of students
that needed to enter those classrooms; they went round and
found students standing in their lecture theatres with other
students writing on their backs; they found lectures going on
under trees in some of the universities; they went to
laboratories where they found people using kerosene stoves
instead of Bunsen burners to conduct experiments; they found
specimens being kept in pure water bottles instead of the
appropriate places where such specimens should be kept.
They found chemistry labs without water; they found people
doing examinations called theory of practicals and not the
practicals and you will imagine what the practical ought to be.
And when the report was eventually presented to President
Goodluck Jonathan at the Federal Executive Council, we
understand that Jonathan said that he was embarrassed and did
not know that things were all that bad. No intervention It was
on that basis that they said that this money should be spent.
As we speak, the money has not been provided, no intervention
has taken place and the academics are tired. We negotiated for
three years, 2006-2009, we went on strike in December, 2011
and government apprehended that strike; we signed an MoU in
January 2012, between then and now, nothing happened. That
is why we are on strike. We are saying, ‘look, rehabilitate the
universities’. As a reporter, you can go round our classrooms
and you will see what our classrooms are like.
In this era, it is the quality of knowledge that you acquire that
will determine the position you occupy in any part of the world.
We did this and government did not do anything. A professor
came from Bayelsa State recently to the University of Benin,
looking for journals. We went to the library because we have
an e-library and he could not do anything there because there
was no light for two days in the library. If you go round here
now, lecturers have generators in their offices to be able to
work, every department has two or three generators to be able
to do their work.
Is that what a university should be like? If you go to the
students’ hostels, they in a sorry state, they live 12 in a room;
they are like piggery; they now have what they called short
puts, they excrete in polythene bags and throw them through
the windows into the fields because there are no toilets. If you
come into this building (faculty building), there are no toilets
and, if walk round, you will find faeces sometimes in the
classrooms because students have no place to use.
And it is like that in all other universities. Enough is enough
Academic staff has said enough is enough, we cannot continue
to work under these conditions, especially when government
gave commitment in 2012 that this matter would be addressed
but up till now nothing had happened. We had several meetings
between 2012 and now and they will say ‘next week this one
will happen; in two weeks time that one will happen, give us
one month, this one will happen’, nothing has happened.
And when students leave here, they apply for progammes in
the United Kingdom, United States and other countries for their
master degrees, PhD or other postgraduate programmes and
they are told that they cannot be admitted because their degrees
are suspect. Shell here in Nigeria spent millions of dollars re-
training graduates, people who made First Class and, when
they test them, they found out that they have problems. How
can you take an engineer who has not conducted an experiment,
all he did is the theory of practical? He does not know how the
equipment works? If you want a properly educated student
population, you have to provide the facilities.
That is why ASUU is on strike. What government has done in
the past is to say that we are on strike because of money, now
they don’t have that excuse. It is true that part of the agreement
we have with the government also talked about academic
allowances, but academics are saying that we are not interested
in that; we are saying that government should rehabilitate
facilities and once they are rehabilitated and they are up to
standard, we will come back to work.
If you go to our classrooms, we use chalk boards, the situation
of the 1960s but people are using multi-media facilities, mark
boards where you can download information. That is not
available here and government is not interested in that. No
country developed without a sound educational system and the
foundation is not the primary school incidentally, it is at the
university level because it is the university that trains other
levels.
For instance, if you want to teach in primary school, you need
people who attended the Colleges of Education; if you want to
be teacher at the Colleges of Education, you must have a degree
from the university; so, the university provides the manpower
for other levels of education and that is why you must
concentrate efforts on the university education. If you don’t do
that, other levels of education will suffer and that is what has
been happening in Nigeria.
Against this backdrop, of your complaints more private
universities are being approved by government. Will this help
to solve the problem?
Even the National Universities Commission (NUC), which is
licensing private universities, has now drawn attention to the
crisis of quality in many of these private universities. You
know what government does: We have refineries in Port-
Harcourt and Warri; I was just talking with some people
recently and they said, oh, Port-Harcourt refinery is in a state
where it can refine whatever amount of crude oil sent to it; its
plants are all now working,’ but, as at today, government has
not send crude oil to it and they cannot process anything
because they want to import.
Nigeria is the only OPEC member country that sells crude oil
to its refineries at the international price? Does that work? It
doesn’t work, but they use international price to sell crude oil to
refineries, to make it impossible for the refineries to process
crude and then they go to Spain and other countries to import
refined products. So, what is happening is that government
wants to kill the public universities just as it has killed its own
enterprises so that it can invite people to come and buy over the
public universities? Unfortunately, it will not work because
universities are not like enterprises.
In the UK, most of the universities there are public owned; in
the US, most of the universities are state owned; the one you
hear about, HARVARD, is a private one, but most of the
universities in the world are owned by government because
education is a social service; the revenue and tax collected by
government comes from the people, the commonwealth, that is
the fund that is used in funding education.
And what the government is doing is to under-fund public
universities, give them a bad name and provide an excuse to
license private universities many of which borrow lecturers
from public sector universities, many of which do not have the
equipment which public universities ought to have. And many
of the private universities focus on the social sciences, law and
arts; they do not go into engineering, medicine or sciences
because you need a lot of capital outlay, you need to spend a lot
of money building laboratories.
I went to Oxford University last year and they showed me a
laboratory that was built last year, a huge building where
people from different parts of the world went there to conduct
experiments. It cost billions of pounds and no private sector
person will like to invest such money because the returns on
investment cannot be recouped. So, private sector universities
are gimmicks by government to say that they are better than the
public sector universities, but then, how many people are there
how much fees do they pay and how many people in Nigeria
can pay the sum of N350,000 and above paid in private
universities?
Those universities are not meant for the children of ordinary
Nigerians and development has to be about the ordinary people,
it cannot be about the rich. So, there is no way, not in this
century, not the next or in a life time that private universities
will become more important than public universities.
Prof. Iyayi So what is The Way Forward?
The way forward is that the ruling elite in Nigeria must be sure
of what they want. We have an example; many years ago,
Ghanaians were here; they flooded our universities; when the
Ghanaians rulers saw what was happening, they took a step
back and said, lets us change direction’. They closed down the
universities for three years or so, rehabilitated all the facilities in
the universities and brought the students and the lecturers back.
Now, the CBN Governor Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi
disclosed that Nigerians spent about N62billion paying school
fees for 75,000 Nigerian students in Ghanaian universities. Our
people are in South Africa paying fees there, but who are those
going there; they are the children of the rich.
Ghanaians are in Ghana universities but they are not paying
what Nigerians are paying there. So, the way forward is that
government makes up its mind that Nigerians must have a place
under the sun and that place under the sun can only be
guaranteed with a sound university system. It must make up its
mind; is it to close down the university system for three years
or so, do what should be done and then invite students and
lecturers back? For instance, in the University of Benin, you
don’t have a foreign student and if you go to other universities
in Nigeria, I don’t think there are foreign students.
When I came to the University of Benin, I was interviewed by
Prof. Smith, a Briton who was the Dean at the time and many
people from different parts of the world were here as teachers
and students. But, right now, they are not in Nigeria; instead,
Nigerians are everywhere. That shows that the system has
collapsed. When we went to the National Assembly, Sen. Uche
Chukwumerije and his colleagues told us that they were on
their knees begging us to recall the students because they are on
the streets posing dangers and problems, and we said, it is
better for them to be on the streets than on the campus of
universities learning ignorance.
You cannot teach ignorance to people or half knowledge to the
people because they will be more dangerous to the society.
‘Not asking for money for ourselves’ If you have a doctor that
is not well trained, and you say ‘go and remove an appendix’,
and he goes to remove your heart because he doesn’t know
where the appendix is; it is better not to have doctors than the
one who will go and remove your heart than the appendix.
That is what the Nigerian government wants us to do and the
academics in universities are saying no, for once, let us do the
right thing; we are prepared to stay at home for between three
and five years until these problems are resolved. We are not
asking for money, facilities must be provided to make the
universities truly what they ought to be. In terms of how to
solve the problems in the universities, when the financial crisis
broke out in 2007 and banks declared that they were in trouble,
government brought out N3trillion to bail out the banks.
First, they gave the banks N239billion, another N620billion
and N1.725trillion making a total of N3trillion. Then the
aviation sector said that it was in distress, they gave the sector,
N500billion and they gave even NOLLYWOOD billions of
Naira. These sectors are important, but they are not as
important as the fundamental which is the education sector.
If you can give the banks N3trillion and all the universities are
asking for is about N1.5trillion, the same way in which they
sourced the money which they gave to the banks which they
are now saying that they should not pay back, they should be
able to do more for education. So, nobody should come to us
and say that government has no money.
If they can bail the banks with N3trillion, banks owned by the
private sector, they cannot tell us they cannot fund the
education sector because the World Bank told them that
Africans do not need higher education, that what Africans need
is middle-level technical education; that is what the Okonjo-
Iwealas and Goodluck Jonathan are for. So, let them do what
they did in the case of the banks to education and if they do
that, the problems will be solved.

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MEET THE GRADUATES OF LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY 18th CONVOCATION SET

On the 20th of february  Lagos State University graduated 11,362 students, as we all know that there is nothing in this world that has a beginning that dosent have an end, it was just like yesterday when we had our matriculation ceremony today we are graduates.
let’s take a look at their profile and  review few of the finest graduates lagos state university produced.

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Name: Alausa Babatunde Akeem
Hobby: Meeting people, going places, watching football, talking politics, and reading.
D.O.B.: 13th Sept, 198x
Dept/Fac: Zoology/Science
Likes: Humility, Originality.
Dislikes: Arrogance, being fake.
Describe yourself: I am a straight forward person, easy going, fun to be with n fun loving person, loves politics a lot.
LASU Experience: LASU hasn’t been easy, it was always demanding more from us…..in every aspect. Running from hall to hall in search of free lecture halls in the first year was something i won’t forget.
Most memorable day in LASU: my convocation day.
Most Embarrassing day in LASU: nil
Who i wanna be forever remembered for: A philanthropist, a great leader, an unwavering personality.
Favourite quote: “What will be will surely be”!
Where i see myself in five(5) years: a hard-working man, A faithful husband, a loving and caring father, and a comfortable man!
Prize(s), Post(s), Award(s): Sports Director, Department of zoology, Honourable member, SSPC-LASU, LASUSU SPC, Secretary, LASUSU Transport committee, Treasurer, LASUSU IEC, member, LASUSU independent traffic management and regulatory committee.
Award for the most Active parliamentarian at the FOS experimental awards.
CONTACT INFO;
Facebook: Alausa Ladiipo Babatunde
Twitter: @Ladiipo1309
BB pin: 26B6BC3E
Mobile number: 08077795302, 08139557338.

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NAME: OJELABI ABIGAIL OLUBUSOLA HOBBY: TRAVELLING
D.O.B: 28TH OCTOBER
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY: LAW
LIKES/DISLIKES: I LIKE DEDICATION, HARDWORK and RESILIENCE. I HATE DISHONESTY AND LAZINESS.
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: A self starter and a team player. I am also passionate about service to humanity.
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: A place where I got all round development and I was braced up for future challenges.
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: THE DAY I BECAME A BENEFICIARY OF THE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP.
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: THE DAY I WAS PUBLICLY ASSAULTED BY A MARSHALL.
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR: THE LIVES I IMPACTED AND MY SELFLESS SERVICE TO HUMANITY.
FAVOURITE QUOTE:” WE MAY NEVER ACHIEVE WHAT WE WANT TO ACHIEVE, IF WE DO NOT HAVE SOMEONE IN OUR LIVES WHO HAS ACHIEVED IT”- OREL HERSHISHER.
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: A happily married woman with 2 kids and working with a big firm.
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON: UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSIP- 2007-2010
AWARD OF SERVICE as VICE PRESIDENT, LASUSU(2011).
JCIN LASU AMBASSADOR- 2012
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE, CHRISTIAN LAW STUDENTS FELLOWSHIP OF NIGERIA (2009).
ASST. SECRETARY,BOLA AJIBOLA MOOT PLANNING COMMITTEE (2009) MEMBER,SRC FACULTY OF LAW(2008)
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER,FACULTY OF LAW,LASU (2010)
PARTNER,FEMI OKUNNU CHAMBERS,LASU.
DIRECTOR OF TRAINING,JUNIOR CHAMBER INTERNATIONAL,LASU CHAPTER. (2012)
CONTACT INFO
FACEBOOK: Ojelabi harbigail abigail
TWITTER:
BB PIN:2a03b64b
MOBILE PHONE: +2348054009784

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NAME: muhammed idris olamilekan
HOBBYlaying games, watching movies, sleeping and reading
D.O.B: 18th feb. 1988
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY:biochemistry/ sciences
LIKES/DISLIKES:honesty and commitment/ lies,deceit and backbiting
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: I am a guy who loves to be at the top of what I do, I wanna be the best guy around, best BF 2 my girl, best son 2 my parents, best book guy in school, e.t.c. I luv 2 av fun, I flex in my own way and am Godfearing. I get impressed at what I do even though I hardly show it.
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: it was fun, very scary at first but as we get used to the system, I had 2 manipulate things and it worked. I learnt in LASU that man has no limitation and nothing is impossible. Just think it and believe it
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: the day BIO 201 result was pasted, I felt I was hit by tornado. It was awful.
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: enough, can’t remember them all.
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR:I wanna be a reputable icon, a national treasure, a man that is rich by all standards, I just hope am not asking 4 much.
FAVOURITE QUOTE:beat it if u can
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS:I ll av 2 get 2 heaven and ask GOD, well I should be married sha, or my GF ll kill me.
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON: them plenty but d latest is the AOCOED academic board awards for best student in science and in aocoed (2007/2008 academic session)
CONTACT INFO
FACEBOOK: idris MI olamilekan
TWITTER:@ MI adventurer
BB PIN: 2964F5DB
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER:
08183075033

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NAME:abina olukayode joshua
HOBBY: travelling and sports
D.O.B:16th sept
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY:botany/science
LIKES/DISLIKES:bin myself/dishonesty
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: am an extrovert wif a very creative mind, d CEO of crazy group, a short black egocentric boy
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: good/bad/splendid/ hororful
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: e plenty,cos I dey into many tinz
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: e plenty 2
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR: my tenacity/ as d man of change
FAVOURITE QUOTE: do it urself- wait on no 1
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: an happy and well-to-do entreprenuer
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON: best exco dept of bot/ won many awards wif my group crazy ent./ social director, president and chairman loc
CONTACT INFO: 08086691250/330d34af/ 08035308482
FACEBOOK:joshua faculty abina scolari
TWITTER:joshuafaculty
BB PIN:330d34af
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER:08086691250

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NAME:Ahmed A.Olakunle
HOBBY:music,travelling and dancing
D.O.B:April 22
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY:MCB/SCI
LIKES/DISLIKES:LIES
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF Smart and fun to be with
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: Cool
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU:first day
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: Zoo 101 scenario
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR Good things
FAVOURITE QUOTE: nothing is what it seems
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: God’s Fulfillment
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON: HOC,HON,WELFARE
CONTACT INFO
FACEBOOK:
TWITTER: @bamedk
BB PIN:32fad2cd
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER:

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Name: Ismail azeez ishola,
HB:, like watching football, reading A̶̲̥̅̊₪d̶̲̥̅̊ meeting new friends.
DOB 06/08/198x.
Dept/fac: biochemistry/science.
Likes: reality.
Dislike: lies A̶̲̥̅̊₪d̶̲̥̅̊ being fake.
Describe yourself: I am a straight forward person, easy going, fun to be with n fun loving person.
Exp: no matter challenge Ɣø̲̣U face in life always control urself.
FAVOURITE QUOTE: its well
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: high position
FACEBOOK: http://www.fabebook.com/dublase
TWITTER:@ismaila79390008
BB PIN:2a36700e
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER:08037824058

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NAME: Babasanya Adekunle micheal
HOBBY: Playing games, electronic repair, listening to music, watching blockbusters and best sellers travelling/going places, swimming and chilling wiv friends (partying).
D.O.B: january 23 1990 +/- 1
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY: zoology and Environmental Biology/ science
LIKES/DISLIKES: humility and respect / unreal, taunted liars and backstabbing
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: A fun lover, a go getter and a committed dude. The 3 best C’s (courageous, committed and confident)…..
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: same as the hustle and bustle of lasgidi
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: when I printed ma profile in 200 level after foundation programme and got to know I was top 5 in the Dept…
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: none. Fun all through
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR: Making people smile even @ most depressing moments in sch.
FAVOURITE QUOTE: get money, make money, live rich or die naked..
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: The dude smiling to the bank . P.hd in view. Lecturing or Govt staff
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON: .depetmental financial secretary / University scholar
CONTACT INFO: I association ave. Ikd lagos
FACEBOOK: kunle babs
TWITTER: @Kunlebabs89
BB PIN: 27825E38
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER: 07037871347.

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NAME: mutiu kazeem adamson
HOBBY: basket ball, watching movies, tweeting, playing game, listening 2 music and hanging around wit friends
D.O.B: 1st of may 198*
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY: computer science / science
LIKES/DISLIKES: 8 gossips and love making friends happier
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: tall, slim fit and naughty, placid, wide, either smoke nor drink, of lagos origin, and love adventures
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: stressful, lil fun but met a lot of great peeps and lecturers
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: the day ma result was approved by senate
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: the day I failed a course, that I was xpecting 5
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR: jez being simple and always a first version of ma self
FAVOURITE QUOTE: with ALLAH all tynz r possible……2 b successful in life, u ve 2 grab life by its “tits” and squeeze it so hard
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: in sha ALLAH a comfortable father with a comfortable family, and head of ma own IT company
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON: none
CONTACT INFO
FACEBOOK:kc4queens
TWITTER:@oluwakayziebaba
BB PIN:22f2a586
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER: 08105590393

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Name: Aladeotan Adeola.
Hobby: Talking, cracking of jokes.
D.o.b: August 25th, 1988.
Dept: Mass-communication\broadcast.
Likes\dislikes: Down to earth peeps\ Pompous peeps.
Briefly describe my days in lasu: I will say mixed feelings. Your lasu experience: it was lovely,hectic and adventourous. Most memorable day in lasu: when I discovered that I was’nt actually in the worse place to be.
Most embarrasing day in lasu: was when a lecturer slapped me in the examination hall.
What do you for: for who I am. Forever be remebered for, putting smiles on peoples face.
Favourite quote: Notthing can actually stop you from achieving your dreams.
Where do I see myself in the next five: I want to be part of the world shakers.
Contact info: 08181783946.
Facebook: aladeotan adeola.
Twitter: @adefreaky.
Bb pin: 22098AE3

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NAME:Michael Adeyinka Oluwakayode
HOBBY: Football, Movie, Travelling and Reading
D.O.B: 20/08/198
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY: Mass Communication/ School of Communication
LIKES/DISLIKES: lies, pride and non challant
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: Am ambitious, God fearing, Intelligent and an Achiever.
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: Very Challenging and Rewarding
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: The day of my final exam as graduate
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: Non
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR:
FAVOURITE QUOTE: Success in Life is not by University grade but by God Grace.
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: As one of the best Broadcaster in world.
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON: Jesus Prize
CONTACT INFO
FACEBOOK:Micheal Adeyinka Oluwakayode
TWITTER: Kayolass
BB PIN: 26BC464B MOBILE PHONE NUMBER: 07031875874

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NAME:AIYEOLA JAMIU ABIODUN OTITOKORO
HOBBY: Reading, travelling & Boxing
D.O.B: 01-04-1985
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY:Business Administration / Management Sciences
LIKES/DISLIKES: Friendly & honest / bit-bitten
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: Am a young man of truth & Calibal
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: Strategically Adaptation of Environment.
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: Convocation day
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: D day my cousin lie on mi of stolen cloth.
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR:
FAVOURITE QUOTE: No matter how lie goes, truth will surely prevail one day.
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: Nigerian Military + Europe
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON: Most friendly/Ex – Officio, / Most credible Comrade
CONTACT INFO: 2, aiyeola str. Epe
FACEBOOK: OTITOKORO/aiyeola4u@yahoo.com
TWITTER:
BB PIN: 22569f14
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER: 08186023391, 08022353249

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NAME: Badru Abdulbaqi

HOBBY: Sports, Drawing, making people smile and impacting positively to the society around me.

D.O.B: 17/4/1990

DEPARTMENT/FACULTY: Computer Sci/Science

LIKES/DISLIKES: Honesty/Disappointment

BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: Am who I am.

YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: WAOH!!! LASU na elele, LASU na waye Ooo, no Campus be like am, no Campus dey like am, ewo wane LASU na elele… Its an experience I will forever remember. What people don’t know is that there are only 2 Universities: LASU and Co.

MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: The day I broke the gene of P.H.E students been Sport Director of the students’ Union for over 6yrs, there by winning the LASUSU Election 11/12 as Sports Director with a Vote of 1483 votes.

MOST EMBARASSING DAY: Can’t really recollect any embarrassing day because I make life out of anything.

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR: the positive impact I make both in people’s life any the society at large.

FAVOURITE QUOTE: It’s not over Until it’s Over

WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: Nigeria Sports Politics.

PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON:
POLITICAL POST
*100 level – HEAD OF CLASS
*100 level – HONORABLE (Science Student’s Parliamentary Council).
*200 level – HONORABLE (Science Student’s Parliamentary Council).
*300 level – GENERAL SECRETARY (Nigeria Association of Science Students, LASU Chapter)
*400 level – SPORT DIRECTOR (Lagos State University Students’ Union, LASUSU).
*400 level – CHAIRMAN SPORTS COMMITTEE (Lagos State University Students’ Union, LASUSU)

SPORT ACTIVITY
*100 level – LASU Sport Championship ( Bronze medal in BADMINTON SINGLES).
*200 level – LASU Sport Championship ( Bronze Medal in BADMINTON SINGLES).
*300 level – LASU Sport Championship ( Bronze Medal in BADMINTON SINGLES).
*Represented LASU at the 23rd NIGERIA UNIVERSITY GAMES, UNIBEN 2011 (Badminton).
*400 level – LASU Sport Championship ( Gold medal in BADMINTON SINGLES).
*400 level – LASU Sport Championship ( Gold medal in BADMINTON MIXED
DOUBLES).
*Represented LASU at the 13th WEST AFRICA UNIVERSITY GAMES, UNILORIN 2012 (Badminton).
*PARTICIPATED at the First HOD’s Cup (Nigeria Association of Computer Science Students, LASU Chapter)

AWARDS
*SPORTMAN OF THE YEAR – BITS AWARDS (NIGERIA ASSOCIATION OF COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENT, LASU CHAPTER), 2011.
*EXCELLENCE IN LASU SPORT – BITS AWARDS (NIGERIA ASSOCIATION OF COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENT, LASU CHAPTER), 2012.
*MOST POPULAR STUDENT 2011/12 – BITS AWARDS (NIGERIA ASSOCIATION OF COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENT, LASU CHAPTER), 2012.
*MASTER MINDS OF SPORTS – ALL SCIENCE PHENOMENAL AWARDS (NIGERIA ASSOCIATION OF SCIENCE STUDENTS, LASU CHAPTER), 2012.
*LASUSU EXCO OF THE YEAR – ALL SCIENCE PHENOMENAL AWARDS (NIGERIA ASSOCIATION OF SCIENCE STUDENTS, LASU CHAPTER), 2012.
*SPORTMAN OF THE YEAR – NEW DEAL AWARD ’12 (LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ UNION), 2012.
*AWARD OF EXCELLENCE – NEW DEAL AWARD ’12 (LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ UNION)
, 2012.

CONTACT INFO
FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/badru.abdulbaqii
TWITTER: @tss_global_res
BB PIN: 2843BBEC
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER: 08088418308

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*NAME: Kayode ‘K-blings’ Badmus
*HOBBY: Writing,browsing,playing Basketball.
*D.O.B: 29th May
*DEPARTMENT/FACULTY: Political Science/Social Science
*LIKES/DISLIKES: Creativity in individuals/People who engage in nefarious activities which are harmful to the society.
*BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: Am just a young dude trying to make a difference in my environment using the most powerful tool-Media to make the world better than I met it.
*YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: My Lasu experience was a double edged situation. One arm was quite memorable and filled with fun while the other hand was filled with some regrets about things I should have done better. All in all until Thursday 28th of Feb,2013 I never regretted having coming to LASU.
*MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: Day I wrote My final paper.
*MOST EMBARASSING DAY: Day my trousers got torn at ‘abe igi’ and the day I got drunk around school.
*WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR: That I left LASU better than I met it. For my 4years stay in LASu, I along with my #teamBlackBox ensured that the battered image of the school was remodeled and LASu was presented to the world as a better brand through our frantic efforts.

*FAVOURITE QUOTE: “When the wise fail to make decisions,the fools would make the decisions which would also be binding on the wise”-SMS
*WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: Doing what I know how to do best…Writing,Publishing,doing PR for entertainers and maybe organizing great events that would wow the entire country.
*PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON:
CONTACT INFO: Posts- CEO/Editor-in-Chief,BlackBoxMedia, P.R.O.-Social Science,Chief Press Secretary-NANs(Lagos Axis),Member-Lasusu SPC,etc.

Awards- Lasu Journalist of the year(2012),Most Achievement Driven of Class 2012(Bourgeois Awards),Most supporting personality from Social Science(Lasusu Awards2011),Most Prolific Writer(Pol Sci Awards2008)etc.
*FACEBOOK: Kayode K-blings Badmus
*TWITTER: @Kblingsstbadmus
*BB PIN: 22762AA4
*MOBILE PHONE NUMBER: 08083080955

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NAME: LAWAL MUSA OLADIMEJI.
HOBBY: FOOTBALL A̶̲̥̅̊ñ̷̊D̶̲̥̅̊ LECTURING.
D.O.B: 24th MARCH.
DEPT/FACULTY: ZOOLOGY/SCIENCE.
LIKE/DISLIKE: HONESTY/DISHONESTY.
ABOUT ♍ƺ: A̶̲̥̅♏ α cool,calm A̶̲̥̅̊ñ̷̊D̶̲̥̅̊ collected guy. Α principled, jovial A̶̲̥̅̊ñ̷̊D̶̲̥̅̊ confidant rare gem.
LASU XPRIENCE: α rough though interesting journey of lyf. Α hard nut was it. Tank God ℓ̊ cracked it.
MMDIL: Matriculation ∂αу. MED: D ∂αу α lecturer called ♍ƺ unserious.
WDUWTBRF: Honesty, Intelligence,α great Ambassador of LASU.
FQ: Do τ̲̅ȍ others wat Ɣ‎​‎​‎​☺ΰ seek f̶̲̥̅̊o̶̲̥̅̊я ursef.
WDUCYI5Y: Lecturing ∂αт Ȋ̝̊̅§ if î₪ Nigeria. Happily Married.
P/P/A: Honourable, Class Gov.,Sport director(dpt),Vice president(dpt), Sport director(Fac), LASU championship Winner A̶̲̥̅̊ñ̷̊D̶̲̥̅̊ first runner up(Science), Tutorial Master.
FACEBOOK: Lawal Musa Oladimeji.
TWITTER: @Lawankunu.
BB PIN: 21b39c12.
MOBILE ₪☺: 08168136642

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NAME:Bolarinwa azeez damilola
HOBBY soccer
D.O.B: Nov 9th
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY: microbilogy/science
LIKES/DISLIKES: pretenders
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: cool calm nd fun 2 b. Wit
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: great
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: NAMS week
MOST EMBARASSING DAY:none
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR: good side of me
FAVOURITE QUOTE: don’t judge a book by its cover
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: god’s fulfilment
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON:welfare director/mr microbial/cute nd brainy
CONTACT INFO
FACEBOOK:
TWITTER darhmie89
BB PIN: 28ee6fb1
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER: 08088757179

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NAME: Bello Adekunle Nurudeen
HOBBY: playing PS, watching TV, travelling, reading
D.O.B:25th Jan, 1987
DEPARTMENT/FACULTY: Microbiology/Sciennce
LIKES/DISLIKES: Honesty,being Original/ fake life, gossip, cantakerous
BRIEFLY DESCRIBE YOUR SELF: i am holy going type and i always b who i am
YOUR LASU EXPERIENCE: lasu hasnt been easy, i learnt alot both morally, academically, financially. I also learnt how to relate with people ith different conduct.
MOST MEMORABLE DAY IN LASU: the day i was given my nick name OKAZAKI
MOST EMBARASSING DAY: Dont remember
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE FOREVER REMEMBERED FOR: A great scientist
FAVOURITE QUOTE: A great. Future always goes along with a lot of sacrifice
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOUR SELF IN 5 YEARS: Great achiever, a caring husband, PHD older
PRIZE(S)/POST(S)/AWARD(S) WON:
CONTACT INFO: 08027348711
FACEBOOK: BELLO ADEKUNLE
TWITTER: @kunlebent
BB PIN: 27F53F5D
MOBILE PHONE NUMBER:08027348711