• 28 Jan 2022 11:22 pm


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After a successful congress, the Igbogbo student Union’s administration is finally getting to the final lapse, deeming it fit to appoint committee members to ensure that the year’s annual week will take a new dimension.

Below are the committee members;

  • Comr. Idowu Adeleye Israel – Chairman
  • Sen. Comr. Raodhot Abubakir – Secretary
  • Hon. Tijani Abdulsalam – Publicity Secretary
  • Comr. Olawale Adeniji – Adviser
  • Barr. Comr. Adeleke Aroyewun – Adviser
  • Hon. Comr. Aliu Saliu – Member
  • Sen. Comr. Faithia Kolejo – Member
  • Comr. Yunus Malik – Member

The entire union comrades charged the committee with the sole responsibility to ensure that this year’s annual week takes a new dimension and ensure that the end report is an outstanding performance.

Chairman, Comr. Adeleye Israel who also was once the Director of Studies of the Union promised this year’s ANNUAL WEEK COMMITTEE will take a new dimension and be delivered greatly.

The President of the Union Hon. Comr. Clinton O. Adeniji charged the committee to avoid repetition of programs and come up with new initiatives.

He also reminded them, that the Children Education Fund Program of the Union in true took new dimensions this year and that ANNUAL WEEK shouldn’t be different too. Stating that he trust the committee’s ability to deliver greatly but emphasised on new innovative programs.

Also, he used the medium to plead with the entire Populace of Igbogbo Kingdom to ensure the program is a success, ensuring all hands are on deck and every igbogbo indigene/resident must help actualise this dream.

He lauded the projection of the Lagos State Government on Igbogbo Library and Stadium in efforts and work done which haven’t gone unnoticed by the entire student body.

He thereafter, appreciated the Local Council commitment too, stating that though there haven’t been any official effort to reach the government and appreciate this gestures, but hopes that it will be done soon.

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