Friday, 18 May 2018

I'm Very Much Arranged, Enough Prepared To Govern Osun State - Prof. Durotoye

A governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State, Professor Adeolu Durotoye has said that he is all around arranged and enough prepared to represent the state and convey dividends of democracy to the general population of Osun state.

He said this at the Correspondents' Chapel of Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) in Osogbo, capital of Osun state amid a media intelligent session labeled News-Point.

Durotoye who is a professor of Political Science and International Relations proposed that exclusive a local breed and all around uncovered individual could govern the state and that he has the limit and capacity to do it.

Durotoye who is the Provost of the College of Social and Management Sciences at Afe Babalola University, Ekiti State said the general population of Osun would not acknowledge any reason for disappointment in the next political allotment and that whoever that would govern the state must not fail.

The journalist turned university lecturer who is now a politician said he was adequately equipped and well prepared to govern the state and expressed optimism that he would get the PDP ticket and win the September 22nd election.

Durotoye said when he becomes the governor, civil servants in the state would be getting their salaries on the 25th of every month and that the retirees would be receiving their pension without delay.

He also said that 200,000 people would be gainfully employed in the state within 12 months of his administration as he would attract investors to the state and provide enabling environment for them to do their businesses in the state.

He said that the huge debt profile of the state would not hinder him from performing well as governor. He said good governance is his focus and that he would deliverer the dividends of democracy to the people.

His words "With the current situation in Osun state, we need somebody with extra-ordinary capacity, Osun needs a local breed and globally exposed person as the next Governor."

"If we can create enabling environment for investors, it will not be difficult to generate between N4billion internally and will pay salary of workers on the 25th of every month."

"I am already discussing with investors both in Nigeria and all over the world. We have plan to create 200,000 jobs in the first 12months. We will work with private investors to achieve this", Durotoye said.

Source: Thenigerianvoice
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Thursday, 17 May 2018

Video: Mc Orobo Decided To Interview The IG Of Police In Lagos About Yahoo Boys

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On the interview with mc orobo, the IG of Police in Lagos was trying to read out the yahoo boys aspect, but he couldn't.
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Saturday, 12 May 2018

Doctor cuts off Baby’s head inside Mother’s womb during delivery

   According to Daily Mail UK, A gynaecologist caused an unborn baby to be accidentally decapitated inside his mother’s womb as she carried out a bungled delivery on an NHS maternity unit.

A tribunal in Manchester heard Dr Vaishnavy Laxman, 41, should have given the 30-year old patient an emergency Caesarean section as the premature infant was in a breech position – but instead attempted to carry out the delivery naturally, it was claimed.

Tragedy struck when the doctor urged the patient to push whilst herself applying traction to the baby’s legs, it was alleged.

The manouevre caused the infant’s legs, arms and torso to become detached leaving the head still in his mother’s womb.

Two other doctors subsequently carried out a C-section on the woman to remove the infant’s head.

It was ‘re-attached’ to his body so his mother could hold him before she said goodbye.

It is claimed the mother was not even in established labour at the time.

At the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Manchester, the mother—known only as Patient A—came to face with Laxman and in a harrowing exchange across the room looked at her and said:

‘I don’t forgive you, I don’t forgive you’ as the doctor stared down at the floor.

The patient then looked away as Laxman’s QC apologised on her behalf.

The hearing was told the tragedy occurred on March 16 2014 whilst Laxman was working at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee with a team of other doctors.

The woman’s waters had broken early at 25 weeks and upon examination her unborn baby was found to have a prolapsed cord, and was in a breech position whilst the mother’s cervix was around 2-3cm dilated. It can be 10cm fully dilated.

In heart-breaking evidence Patient A, who was holding two teddy bears in her arms, told the hearing it was the first time she was due to give birth and added: “ I had been for a scan the previous Friday and I was told my son was breech and the nurse told me if anything had happened to my son it was going to be a c-section.

“But when I was taken to the labour suite nobody told me what was happening. A lot of people were talking they kept saying the baby needed to come out but nobody looked at me in the eye and told me what was going to happen.

“There were two doctors between my legs, one on my right hand side holding my hand and there were other people there too.

“I was examined by a doctor but she didn’t say anything to me. They were checking for the baby’s heartbeat and it had plummeted and that’s when I was told it was going to come out.

“I remember them saying I was 2-3cm dilated and I was told to push. Nobody said I was not having a c-section and doing something else instead. Whilst this was going on I was in pain.

“The only pain relief I was given was a spray on my tongue. I was told it was meant to loosen my cervix but I was not given gas and air – I was in pain.

“I had the doctors putting their hands inside me and I had them pushing on my stomach and then pulling me down.

“I tried to get off the bed but they pulled me back three times and just said they had to get the baby out.

“They twice tried to cut my cervix and nobody told me they were going to do it.

“There was no anaesthetic. I said to them ‘it doesn’t feel right, stop it, what’s going on, I don’t want to do it but nobody responded to me in any way.

‘Afterwards I was in a cubicle with a curtain around me and the sister came over to me and told me my son had passed away.
“I didn’t know the details but Dr Laxman came to see me and the baby’s father was there.

“Dr Laxman sat on the side of my bed and she said how sorry she was for what happened but I didn’t know the full extent of what happened at that point.

“I just said ‘it’s alright, these things happen, I forgive you.

“She went away but I started screaming when I found out the full extent – I was just crying. I was upset because of the severity of his injury.

“I would never use the word stillborn, he was not stillborn he was decapitated.

“I was pregnant, my first pregnancy I wasn’t sure what was going on and I was told it was the safest place possible.

“Nobody explained the plan or risks associated. It was like disorganised chaos and I was scared..”

Midwife Mona Chard said: ‘I was aware she had palpable tightening and some bleeding and she was moved to the labour suite.

“There was a lot of discussion but I’m not sure who was talking to who. I can’t remember Dr Laxman having a conversation with a patient.

“I was trying to reassure the patient and comfort her. I remember looking round and people were shocked.

“The doctor came over to me and said Dr Laxman had decided there wasn’t going to be a C section and I saw her pull the baby’s feet and cord and she told the patient to push.

“That is something you cannot forget and Patient A was very distressed.”

The hearing was told the woman was given cocodamol before she was examined and Dr Laxman decided on a natural delivery.

Lawyer for the General Medical Council Charles Garside QC said: “They tried to coerce the birth through traction as the baby was coming feet first followed by the lower abdomen, upper abdomen and head.

“However, there was an obstruction during the birth which proved to be fatal.

“Dr Laxman allegedly delivered the legs, torso and arms successfully but whilst trying to deliver the head, it got stuck in the cervix.

“The attempt to manipulate the baby’s head to come out of the cervix failed because the cervix has clamped onto the baby’s head and despite effort made to assist, these efforts failed.

“Dr Laxman made three attempts to cut the cervix with scissors but Baby B’s head was separated from his body and his head was stuck inside Patient A’s body.

“The doctors had to arrange for the head to be removed. A Caesarean was then carried out – not by Dr Laxman who had become overcome by events – but by Dr C and Dr D, and his head was removed in that way.

“As a matter of compassion the head was reattached so the appearance of the baby was not too extreme.

“The baby was shown to his mother so she had the consolation of seeing him.”

Mr Garside added: “At no stage was Patient A given any pain relief or instructed on when the c-section was being carried out.

“At no point did she try to comfort or consolidate or explain to Patient A what was going on.

“She failed to perform a Caesarean without general anaesthetic at a time when speed was needed.

“They should have carried out a category 1 Caesarean section. The baby had a heartbeat, it was slow, but it was not dead.

“The choice was taken by Dr Laxman to try a vaginal delivery and this was the wrong choice. They should never use a vaginal delivery in that situation.

“New babies are fragile, but this tiny baby was more fragile, and being pulled or twisted could do a lot more damage.”

Laxman, who faces being struck off, denies contributing to the death of the baby.

Her lawyer Gerard Boyle QC addressed the mother during the hearing and told her: “Dr Laxman has asked me to say she is so very sorry and deeply saddened for the outcome of your baby.

“She knows that no amount of words can or will soften your pain but she is hoping that knowing that what she was trying to do was her very best to deliver your baby quickly and sufficiently and she had best intentions at heart.

“She did not intend to harm you or harm your baby and she offers her apologies in every possible way.

“She hopes at some point in time that will make you feel in a way, slightly better.’


The hearing continues.

Source: Daily Mail UK
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Wednesday, 9 May 2018

🎧 Music: Festus - Hello Prod. By Pido

Faluyi Festus a multi-talented Nigerian singer and song writer, a student of Ekiti State University is back with a new banger titled "HELLO" the new record was produced by Pido.

This song is a good definition of true melody of love, Song for tha fine fine girls. #Wink 😜

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Thursday, 3 May 2018

Music: Olamide x Wizkid – Kana

Olamide x WizKid Kana.

YBNL Boss Olamide once again collaborates with Star boy Wizkid for a mid-tempo song titled “Kana”.

Kana” which is produced by one half of the Legundary Beatz duo Mutay has Olamide and Wizkid talk about taking care of the woman they love and care about, giving her the best of everything they can afford.

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Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Four Similarities Between US President, Donald Trump and President Muhammadu Buhari

As Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari is about to meet his US counterpart Donald Trump, BBC Igbo has been looking at four things the men have in common.

Four Things Donald Trump And Buhari Have In Common.

1) Assumed office in their 70s

Mr Buhari was 73 when he assumed office in 2015 and Mr Trump was 70 when he came to power last year.

2) Their elections came as a surprise

Mr Buhari was Nigera’s first oppostion leader to win an election - never before had a sitting president been defeated at the polls. In the US, Hillary Clinton was tipped to win the 2016 election, but the US billionaire and Republican candidate claimed victory after a string of formerly Democratic states swung his way.

3) Troubled relationship with the media

President Trump does not hide his disdain for journalists and the press in general. Mr Buhari, a former military ruler, is equally as wary and only makes policy statement when he is outside the country, tending to shun local media interviews.

4) Known for their gaffes

Mr Trump's blunt language on Twitter is infamous and he is alleged to have used the word "shithole" to describe African nations – though he denies being racist. Mr Buhari has had equally embarrassing moments. He once responded to criticism from his wife by saying she belonged in his kitchen and earlier this year upset Nigerians by suggesting young people were not hard working.


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I will Ensure Salaries Are Paid On 25th Of Every Month When I Become Osun Gov -Prof. Adeolu Durotoye

Prof. Adeolu Durotoye

  A leading gubernatorial aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Osun state, Prof. Adeolu Durotoye has promised Osun workers prompt payment of salaries and other emoluments when he becomes the governor of the state.

In his goodwill message to the workers to mark this year's workers day, the professor of Political Science disclosed that he has a template that would bring about a 'dignified civil service' and ensure that salaries are paid on the 25th of each month.

He also promised that all outstanding wages would equally be paid.

Prof. Adeolu Durotoye therefore encouraged workers to obtain their voter's card because that is the only way they can bring about a positive change and install a government that is caring and sensitive to their plight.
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Instagram Queen 'Strangle And Burn Her Two Children' After Going Broke (Photos)

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A popular Instagrammer with her own make-up business strangled her two children and then burned the corpses, claiming she couldn’t support them.
27-year-old Elena Karimova, who had 21,000 subscribers for her online sales business, is under investigation for allegedly strangling her ‘beloved’ children Khadizha and Suleiman in her Kia Rio.

Police claim she then drove to a petrol station, bought lighter fluid, and drove the bodies to a forest and set fire to her dead children, before attempting to conceal her crime in Nizhny Novgorod. The Russian woman had fallen behind with loan repayments after being divorced by her husband.
Their bodies were found in an abandoned warehouse near Nizhny Novgorod and set fire to it (Picture: East2West News)

Fearing she would be spotted by locals, she put the charred bodies in her car and returned home. Next day she put the corpses in an abandoned warehouse near Nizhny Novgorod and set fire to it. Firemen initially found what appeared to be one severely burned body after extinguishing the blaze.

‘The fireman initially thought that the charred corpse belonged to a dog,’ said local resident Evgeny Katyshev. ‘But when he came up closer, he realised these was the bodies of two children.’


‘They were in unnatural poses, and rumours spread that they had been transported in a suitcase. The bodies were so damaged only one leg remained, and it was impossible to identify the gender of the corpses.’
Locals had noticed her car at the scene and police interrogated her leading to an immediate confession, say reports.

 ‘I couldn’t provide for my children,’ she told officers. Later in court, where she was remanded in custody, she said: 

‘I’m very sorry for what happened. I do not even know how I could go about this.’

She added: ‘I lived with my husband, and then we divorced and it became difficult to raise children.’

Despite her financial problems, she spend £470 a month on car rentals and took foreign holidays. Shocked family members and friends said her action was ‘totally out of character’ and refused to believe she was capable of such barbarity.



SourceMETRO UK
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Monday, 30 April 2018

11 Innocent Children Killed As Terrorists Launch Suicide Attack On Foreign Convoy

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No less than 11 children have been killed in Afghanistan, it has been reported.

According to the Agence France Presse, AFP, a suicide attack which was carried out on a foreign military convoy in southern Afghanistan on Monday killed the innocent children who were nearby, officials said, amid a spate of attacks across the war-torn country.

Sixteen others were wounded, including foreign and Afghan security forces, when a bomb-laden car exploded in the southern province of Kandahar, provincial police spokesman Qasim Afghan told AFP.
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Those Who Wait For Me After Leaving Office Will Wait In Vain - Fayose

  Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has hit back at perceived critics who he said were waiting for the expiration of his tenure to deal with him.

Fayose said that ‘they would do so in vain’, when he was hosted at a political programme, Sunday Politics, on Channels Television on Sunday.

Those waiting for me (after leaving office) would wait in vain.

“I am Peter, the rock. I am telling you again, those waiting for me will wait in vain,” he said.

Fayose whose second term as Ekiti governor would come to an end this year (2018) maintained that he feared nobody and owed no one apology for defending the people on the path of truth.

“I have done everything, I have defended Nigerians in good conscience and I have no apologies and I will never have one. If they like let them lock me up from today until next year. Let me tell you, we have seen Presidents, we will still see more,” Fayose added.

On the issue of the $1 billion withdrawal from the Excess Crude Oil account, the governor accused the Federal Government of mismanaging funds from the Federal account which he feels are meant for the three tiers of government.

“Every accrual in this country is supposed to go into a Federal account that is supposed to be shared by the three tiers of government. As at today, the Federal Government is spending money that belongs to the three tiers of government.

The Supreme court nullified the excess crude account which means all accruals must go into a central purse. Where the Federal Government will take their share, the state will take their share and the local government will take their share,” he said.

Fayose also renewed his commitment to joining the presidential race, vowing not to rescind on the matter even in the face of expected persecution.

(Channels tv)
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Thursday, 12 April 2018

See Photo: Female Corper Arrested For N63,000 Fraud

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Gombe Zonal office, arraigned one Maduako Ugonma Chinomso before Justice Abubakar Jauro of the Gombe State High Court, on two count charge bordering on conspiracy and obtaining money by false pretence. .

Madueke, a serving corps member posted to Kaduna and later redeployed to Akwa Ibom State, was arrested at Uyo by the #EFCC Operatives, following a petition by one Yusuf Idris of Tumfure Quarters, Gombe state.

The petitioner stated that on March 21, 2017, the defendant and the others at large conspired among themselves and obtained the sum of N63,000.00 under the false pretence that the said sum was to secure a job for him with the Nigerian Customs Service, which they never did; instead, converted same to their personal use.

Investigation revealed that a member of the syndicate, Yusuf Maarku, the acclaimed recruitment officer, gave the complainant a Union Bank Number 0053158443 bearing Maduako Ugonma Chinomso through which the said sum was deposited as form, uniform and registration fee.

Further investigation revealed that there are six different accounts in different banks with huge amount of money which the suspect operates. When the charges were read to her, she pleaded not guilty.

In view of this, the prosecution counsel, A. M. Labaran applied for a trial date. Justice Jauro while adjourning the case to Monday, April 16, 2018, for hearing of her bail application, ordered that Maduako be remanded in EFCC custody
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10 Practical Ways to Overcome Sexual Temptations

The purpose of this article is encourage anyone out there struggling with any form of Sexual sin or any form of addiction, I trust God that you'd find grace and be made free as you read this!

I'm sure we all know what sexual sins are. In the New Testament, the word most often translated “sexual immorality” is porneia. This word is also translated as “whoredom,” “fornication,” and “idolatry.” It means “a surrendering of sexual purity”, and it is primarily used of premarital sexual relations.

Let me start by stating some facts about Sexual Temptations.

- It's a daily battle

- Temptations will keep coming everyday so you've got to be prepared for it

- We can't overcome by our own power
Sexual Sins

- It's a sin against God's Temple 1Cor.6:19

- It's a sin against your own body 1Cor.6:18

Now let's see some practical ways of overcoming sexual sins:-

1. It starts with God 

A thriving and healthy relationship with God is the very first step. Having a personal relationship with God is the way to go.  Putting your trust and confidence in Jesus Christ. Without this in place, be sure that all your personal efforts will be fruitless and there'll be little or no success in your battle against sexual temptations.

2. Submission

Let God be in charge of your everyday life so you can honour him in what you look at and how you see the opposite sex. Lust is Satan's trap to rob you of God's perfect plan.

3. Accountability

Be accountable to God. Take responsibility for your actions. You can also choose a trustworthy friend you can be accountable to. See Proverbs 27:17 and 1Cor. 13:33. Be wise with friends that don't share your spiritual goals. But don't act self-righteously - it's God who makes the difference!

4. Priority

Read and Follow God's word. Let his word affect and influence your thoughts and decisions. See psalms 119:9-11, Phil. 4:8. Spend quality time with God's word. Be consistent in the place of prayer. Go a step further by memorizing Bible verses to crowd out evil thoughts when you're tempted.

5. Prevention

Set boundaries. The best time to decide is not when confronted with a temptation. Decide beforehand what you'll do when temptation arises then act on the basis of the your decision. Don't compromise!

6. Discipline

Always remember that the goal of every Christian should be to be like Christ in every way. See Hebrews 12:1-2a, Titus 2:11-12. You're in a battle for your eyes and mind. Just like with sports, discipline is the key to your victory. Always ask yourself if you'll allow momentary pleasures and thrills rob you of God's best?

7. Resistance

Remember that God's part is to help while yours is to "Resist" temptations. See 1Peter 5:8-9. Be careful with your media intake - Music, Movies, websites, magazines e.t.c. carefully guard what enters your mind.

8. Fleeing

Flee the tempting situation or atmosphere immediately. Learn from Joseph. See Genesis 39:7-10, 2Timothy. 2:22. God designed your desires to be fulfilled through pure relationships and not one-sided lust that messes with your mind. Fleeing means walking away from provocative movies, TV and magazines. It's choosing not to sit across from the girl in the bumper shorts or short skirt. Fleeing is doing the right thing rather than yielding to carnal desires.

9. Learn to look away

Make up your mind to look away everytime your eyes tempt you to give in to lust and sexual temptations. See Proverbs 27:20 Job 31:1. The fact is that eyes never get enough. The eyes always want a refresher course of what they saw last time. Learn to look away!

10. Cut off evil habits by the root

Finally , the best way to overcome temptation is to avoid it in the first place. Cut off evil habits by the root. You might want to reconsider your media library - songs, videos e.t.c. even your close friends.

 Wrong things you do now will become regrets later in life. God's plan for true love and pure sex has your best interest in mind. I assure you, you'll never regret pursuing the goal of a pure life guided by the spirit of God.


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Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Download Music: Ykay Ft IG Blaq – Mr Talker(Wake Up Call)


Ykay ft IG Blaq – Mr Talker(wake up call)

New Music alert from Ykay. After dropping some hits tracks back to back featuring the life of Derah payne,Emezy,IG blaq,MD. And some hit singles like Chimdomeje and One Love featuring Emezy that is already worldwide and on all Nigerian Top blogs. Ykay is out again this time with a world class hit titled Mr Talker(Wake up Call) featuring IG Blaq. Mr Talker is a kind of dope to head tune hit single you would probably like to listen to. The Ghanian international is not soft on this one trying to catch you feeling. Kindly Download Listen and Enjoy.

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Sunday, 1 April 2018

Music: Emperor Thompson X Jamo Pyper – Oshapranpran Prod. By Xlassic



Emperor Thompson X Jamo Pyper Releases another Classic tune titled “Oshapranpran” .With no doubt “Oshapranpran” is Jam of our Century.

The Song is Produced by Classic beats , Mixed by LaLaSmokedamusic.

If you’ve not heard Oshapranpran then you’re missing the Vibe!!

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Saturday, 31 March 2018

Ekiti State University Campus Award Nominees List [Esuca 2018] - TheRebirth


Ekiti State University Campus Award

There will be audience for corrections of any kind.

You can inbox the ESUCA CEO immediately you discover any mistake whatsoever. All complaints are to be made within 1 week from today(30th March)i.e any complaints wont be welcomed after 7th of April and those that wish to join the list can also message or Jackson Holder on 08038656528
Nominees party is 21st April

VENUE:Amazing Grace Hall

Time: 8pm red carpet

Dress code ALL WHITE
      Vest is 2k

Esuca 2018 Nominees Party is compulsory for all Nominees and Friends and the gate fee is just 500
✅ All Nominees will be getting a nominees form at the party which they are to fill and submit. OYO is your case if your fail to show up!


✅ ```VOTING kicks off 23rd April 2018```
🙌   The award goes to the person with the highest vote in each of the 67 voting category plus ➕ credibility research from our official team members while 6 categories will be a non voting category  (Interested individuals should message Jackson Holder 08038656528)


 Get ready! O ma sha pra pra!   Anticipate the biggest award show in Ekiti State University.  The latter shall exceedingly be greater than the former!


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7)Rain(SCIENCES)

8)Ayemere favor(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

9)omilabu olapeju(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

10)Oloworemo Abisola(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

11)Durosomo Zainab(MANAGEMENTS SCIENCES)

12)Durosomo Zainab(MANAGEMENTS SCIENCES)

13)Effiong patience(EDUCATION)

14)Ayodele josephine hayjebee(SCIENCES)


MODEL OF THE YEAR(male)


1)Elvis billman(SCIENCES)

2)kaysteve(SCIENCES)

3)kitan_n(ENGINEERING)

4)temmy smile(ARTS)

5)eleguishi seun(SOCIAL SCIENCES)



MODEL OF THE YEAR ( female)


1)Adebiyi Abimbola(SCIENCES)

2)Ajayi favor(ARTS)

3)Aruwajoye precious(SCIENCES)

4)Debi_wunmi(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

5)i am tiannah(ARTS)

6)oyeleke damilola(ARTS)

7)Adesokan boluwatife(ENGINEERING)

8)oyebode gladys oyinloluwa(LAW)

9)morris sasha oguntuase(SCIENCES)

10)Akinola dolapo(LAW)


SLIMSHADY OF THE YEAR


1)olaiya olaminike nikky(ARTS)

2)oyebode gladys(LAW)

3)simply toyo(ARTS)

4)Aruwajoye precious(SCIENCES)

5)ogunruku faith(ARTS)

6)debby rise(MANAGEMENTS SCIENCES)

7)olaloko adedoyin(EDUCATION)

8)Aderemi Adedoyin(ARTS)

9)ismail motunrayo(SCIENCES)

10)Adesokan boluwatife(ENGINEERING)

11)Rayoo(SCIENCES)

12)Abigail Tayo(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

13)wuraola(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

14)ibitayo funke(ARTS)



MOST FASHIONABLE MALE


1)Spendy(SCIENCES)

2)Rain(SCIENCES)

3)olawale walmart(ENGINEERING)

4)osheyifunmie(ARTS)

5)Gallardo(ENGINEERING)

6)darmson(SCIENCES)

7)temorlar(ENGINEERING)

8)emmanuel holliemax(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

9)Pelumi(SCIENCES)



MOST FASHIONABLE FEMALE


1)sisi pholar stitches(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

2)Tega Anakanire(SCIENCES)

3)Idowu opeyemi victoria(ARTS)

3)i_am_tianah(ARTS)

4)yemmight(SCIENCES)

5)tonto(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

6)damilola(EDUCATION)

7)Adebayo adeola opeyemi(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)


BEST STUDENT HOSTEL OF THE YEAR


1)marvellous God(PHASE 2)

2)F and F(OSEKITA)

3)Comfort hostel(OSEKITA)

4)Friendly hostel(OSEKITA)

5)Adesoye hostel(PHASE 2)

6)Havillah paradise(PHASE 2)

7)mount carmel(PHASE 2)

8)bisma hostel(SCHOOL GATE)

9)peace hostel(WISE AVENUE)

10)Awesome God hostel(PHASE 2)

11)sheraton hostel(PHASE 2)

12)unity hostel(OSEKITA)



BEST STUDENT POET


1)odeyemi idowu(ARTS)

2)okpaise kwame(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

3)Awoyinka temiloluwa(LAW)

4)thinker myles(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

5)Bobby(SCIENCES)

6) Irish Son (SCIENCE)

7)Seun(ARTS)



BEST CLASS GORVERNOR


1)comr oyedele alfred(SCIENCES)

2)Tybumx(ENGINEERING)

3)Shinaayomi olalekan(SCIENCES)

4)kolawole femi(SCIENCES)

5)Ralph(EDUCATION)

6)Felix oluwafemi(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

7)comr Adelani mathew(SCIENCES)

8)Teko(ENGINEERING)

9)Gov.niyi(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

10)soicm(ARTS)

11)olaseni olushola ojo(EDUCATION)

12)Dazzler(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

13)kehinde paul(SCIENCES)

14)falodun ayodele(EDUCATION)

15)Ayilola Abiodun(EDUCATION)

16)sam oso horsogold(SCIENCES)

17)Bamzzy(LAW)

18)pholly(SCIENCES)

19)Fish(SCIENCES)

20)Oguntuase oluwaseun(SCIENCES)

21)owolabi olawale(EDUCATION)

22)Eng Temi(SCIENCES)

23)mogaji pelumi(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

24)Agboola joshua olumuyiwa(ARTS)

25) Otokola Oluwaseun SANTOLEE ( Education)

UKWU OF THE YEAR


1)Temisan praise(LAW)

2)orji chiamaka blessing(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

3)enny wealth(EDUCATION)

4)Ewatomi(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

5)Adeyemi blessing(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)



EBONY OF THE YEAR


1)Lami.B.(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

2)oladoyinbo oluwamayokun(EDUCATION)

3)fayose blessing swankyblaq(SCIENCES)

4)elvills billman(SCIENCES)

5)Schovic(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

6)Adeola oluwatobi adedayo(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

7)Abe victoria Ayomide(EDUCATION)

8)olamiposi(SCIENCES)

8)debby young(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

9)mogaji pelumi(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)



MOST PHOTOGENIC FACE OF THE YEAR


1)Idowu opeyemi victoria(ARTS)

2)Osheyifunmie(ARTS)

3)Adesokan boluwatife(ENGINEERING)

4)Ajayi temitope(SCIENCES)

5)Ojo olanireh(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

6)sisto(ARTS)

7)Ajayi favor(ARTS)

8)Ayemere favor(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

9)debbie young(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

10)Alabi gloria tutuola(SCIENCES)

11)Chalindony(SCIENCES)

12)Aladelokun banke(EDUCATION)

13)Mhiz gina golden(LAW)

14)fakehinde tomiloba maselina(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

15)Ademeso funke(EDUCATION)

16)Adeosun damilola(SCIENCES)

17)Avybankz(ARTS)



MOST HANDSOME


1)Aina daniel ibukun(LAW)

2)elviss billman(SCIENCES)

3)Daniel(ENGINEERING)

4)osheyifunmie(ARTS)

5)Ayomide kolapo excellence(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

6)adebiyi Ayomide(SCIENCES)

7)kitan_n(ENGINEERING)

8)Amaechi and kelvin(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

9)comr iyanzy(SCIENCES)

10)sammykid(LAW)

11)Lashaga(SCIENCES)

12)xtyga(EDUCATION)


MOST BEAUTIFUL


1)ogunruku faith(ARTS)

2)hunwisewenami(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

3)Ayemere favor(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

4)Avy(ARTS)

5)iamtianah(ARTS)

6)helenbae(SCIENCES)

7)Aramide(SCIENCES)

8)Aruwajoye precious mary(SCIENCES)

9)mimi(SCIENCES)

10)mhiz gina golden(LAW)

11)opeyemi Adefila(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

12)elewele princess(ARTS)

13)Alabi gloria tutuola(ARTS)

14)kiitan(LAW)

15)oyeleke damilola(ARTS)

16) Adesokan Boluwatife (ENGINEERING)

MOST RESERVED MALE


1)igbalode_jnr(SCIENCES)

2)olawunmi emmanuel(SCIENCES)

3)Adebiyi abimbola(SCIENCES)

4)Ayelowo victor(EDUCATION)

5)ojo gbenga Anthony(SCIENCES)

6)don smith vic(SCIENCES)

7)joshonugs(SCIENCES)

8)mogaji pelumi(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

9)gabby(SCIENCES)

10)Damzojay(SCIENCES)

11) Omoremi Olumide (LAW )

MOST RESERVED FEMALE


1)simply toyo(ARTS)

2)Ajayi funmilola(SCIENCES)

3)yemmight(SCIENCES)

4)olayinka Alice(SCIENCES)

5)mz excel(ARTS)



BEST DEPARTMENTAL PRESIDENT


1)olaiya olakanmi pkay(SCIENCES)

2)kolawe femi(ARTS)

3)charlie B(SCIENCES)

4)Comr kehinde paul(SCIENCES)



POLITICAL ICON OF THE YEAR


1)Comr alfred oyedele(SCIENCES)

2)Comr justus david dare(ARTS)

3)Najeem himran mayowa(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

4)Olayinka Alice(SCIENCES)

5)Preacher pen(ENGINEERING)

6)comr horsogold seun(SCIENCES)

7)Hon Aliyu glory(EDUCATION)

8)B.R.A(SCIENCES)

9)comr kehinde paul o.(SCIENCES)

10)comr boboye olamilekan(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

11)ogunmola emmanuel(ARTS)


STUDENT GRAPHIC DESIGNER OF THE YEAR


1)Rotimi grafix(SCIENCES)

2)Lore concept(SCIENCES)

3)Fas creativity(EDUCATION)

4) Patoshegz_gfx (MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

5)Ovick art(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

6)Ajstylz graphics(SCIENCES)



BLOGSITE OF THE YEAR


1) Manutdinpingin.com(ARTS)

2)Eksugist.info(EDUCATION)

3)Naijadoze(SCIENCES)

4)lilfap(SCIENCES)

5)com.deewhy(EDUCATION)

6)ekiti247.com(LAW)

7) EksuOlofofo. Net




STUDENT BLOGGER OF THE YEAR


1)Tz muip(ARTS)

2)Gov cray(EDUCATION)

3)lilfap(SCIENCES)

4)joshonogs(SCIENCES)

5)Preacher pen(ENGINEERING)

6)Aladetoyinbo tosin(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

7)Jeremiah omoniyi(ENGINEERING)

8)Twizzy Awe adetayo(LAW)

9)Lobest(SCIENCES)


BEST USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA


1)Tz muip(ARTS)

2)schovic ginjah pr(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

3)Joshonogs(SCIENCES)

4)yemi blaq(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

5)Mayflower(SCIENCES)

6)Tayo(ARTS)

7)jbadmus(LAW)

8)twizzy Awe adetayo(LAW)

9) Legendary PR iMotivate(ENGINEERING)


BRIAN OF THE YEAR 

(BOOKWORM/CGPA) 


1)Lawal olatunbosun(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

2)oladele stephen(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

3)Adeyeye darasimi(ENGINEERING)

4)osheyifunmie(ARTS)

5)Aliyu glory(EDUCATION)

6)polymath(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

7)comr tbrainy(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

8)Idowu opeyemi(ARTS)

9)Adeyinka_sucre(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

10)nwosu michael bukmaths(SCIENCES)

11)dr haymex(SCIENCES)

12)Aina Godwin geewin(ENGINEERING)



 MOST POPULAR LECTURER


1)Dr milo(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

2)kabiyeesi(ARTS)

3)Dr adeseke(ARTS)

4)Dr dada(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

5)Dr mrs Olaiya(ARTS)

6)Dr jemilohun(LAW)

7)Dr KK  Arogundade(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)




BEST STUDENT ASSOCIATION


1)sossa(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

2)Famassa(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

3)Nastes(SCIENCES)

4)Nassite(SCIENCES)

5)Nuessa(EDUCATION)

6)Nuasa(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

7)Fessu(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

8)Nazeb(SCIENCES)

9) Enactrus (ALL FACULTIES)

10) JCI  (ALL  FACULTIES)



STUDENT JOURNALIST OF THE YEAR


1)Gov cray(EDUCATION)

2)Agbaje oyindolapo(SCIENCES)

3)Idowu odeyemi(ARTS)

4)Twizzy Awe Adetayo(LAW)

5)Alabi gloria tutuola(SCIENCES)

6)Vj_sam(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

7)Omojola Mayowa(LAW)

8)Olujide oluwatobiloba(SOCIAL SCIENCES


BEST FACULTY PRESIDENT OF THE YEAR


1)k-blaq(ENGINEERING)

2)Tee_cell(SCIENCES)

3)Tinubu(AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES)

4)Hon tosin(SOCIAL SCIENCES)

5)profyem(LAW)

6)Adeyemo samuel(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

7)Ayosam(MANAGEMENT SCIENCES)

8)comr Deewhy(EDUCATION)

9)Owolabi olawale(EDUCATION)



MOST HARDWORKING STUDENT MALE


1. General jur (SCIENCE)

2. Dammie hills (ARTS )

3. Ralph (EDUCATION )

4. Eben (SCIENCE )

5. Comr Oluwafemi seun oso (SCIENCE)

6. Lawal olatubosun (SOCIAL SCIENCE )

7. Gift (SCIENCE )

8. Sophia (MANAGEMENT SCIENCE )

9.  General Jr (SCIENCE)

MOST HARDWORKING STUDENT(FEMALE ) 


1. Ajayi favour (ARTS )

2. Idowu opeyemi Victoria (ARTS)

3. Olayinka alice (SCIENCE)

4. Oluboye joy spy (EDUCATION)

5. Comr adedoyin idowu (SCIENCE)

6. Eben (SCIENCE)

7. Jojo (SOCIAL  SCIENCE)

8. Ajayi Oluwapelumi (SCIENCE)



BEST SPORT MAN ON CAMPUS 


1. Akindeko Oluwafemi Felix zamane (MANAGEMENT  SCIENCE)

2. Ale Michael (EDUCATION )

3. Aluta jazz (SCIENCE )

4. Tiote (ENGINEERING )

5. Fabiyi jibola coasta (SCIENCE )



ONLINE PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR


1. Kaysteve (SCIENCE )

2. Govcray (EDUCATION )

3. Abidak (ENGINEERING )

4. Jbadmus official (LAW )

5. Tswags450 (ARTS )

6. Okon Godwin (SCIENCE )

7. Olujide oluwatobiloba (SOCIAL SCIENCE )

8. Vjsam (SOCIAL SCIENCE )

9. Nwosu Michael bukmaths (SCIENCES)

10.Legendary PR Imotivate (ENGINEERING)



STUDENT ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR (MALE) 


1. Olaoludunsi (SOCIAL SCIENCES)
2. Mr clean tosin data services(SOCIAL SCIENCES)
3. Fas glitz (EDUCATION)
4. Eksu Wears

STUDENT ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR (FEMALE) 


1. Ayeni moyinoluwa (SOCIAL SCIENCES)
2. Olabode arikeola olori one (SCIENCE)
3. Ifeadeline (science)
4. Oyebode Gladys (LAW)
5. Foluscouture (ARTS)
6. De royals (SOCIAL  SCIENCE )
7. Abesinop (SCIENCE)
8. Queens collection (EDUCATION)
9. Akinbo mofoluwasho princess
10. Bitmas beads (MANAGEMENT SCIENCE)
11. Wow couture (SOCIAL  SCIENCE)
12. Toypex beauty makeover (SOCIAL  SCIENCE)
13. Motun royal tee (AGRIC SCIENCE)

14. Alpha beddings (SCIENCE)       

15. Alpha Hair (SCIENCE)


MOST INFLUENTIAL (MALE) 

1. Dammie hills (ARTS)

 2.T.toms (SCIENCE)                           

 3. Adeyinka sucre (management      SCIENCE

4. Comr oluwafemi seun oso (SCIENCE )

5. BRA (SCIENCE )       

6. Olayemi victor achemedies (SCIENCE

7. Engr temi (ENGINEERING )


MOST INFLUENTIAL (FEMALE)

1. Olayinka Alice alicylnol (SCIENCE )

 2. Olabode arikeola olori_one (SCIENCE)

3. Olabitan odunola ( MEDICINE )   

4. Awoniyin oluwatosin amber rose (MANAGEMENT SCIENCE )

5)  Comr  adedoyin idowu (SCIENCE)


BEST STUDENT FASHION DESIGNER

1) Ifeadeline (SCIENCES)   

2) Sisi_phorlarstitches(SOCIAL SCIENCE)

3)Lizzie (SOCIAL SCIENCE)

 4) Dapo bespoke(SCIENCE)   

 5) Kcee empire(EDUCATION )

6)Ice clothing(ENGINEERING )

7)Abesinop(SCIENCE ) 

 8) Dollis Clothing (SCIENCE)


BEST ENTERTAINMENT CREW OF THE YEAR 

1) RTG

2) Dablink ent

3) SOS crew


STUDENT MC/COMEDIAN OF THE YEAR


1) Mc O'brine (ARTS)

2)Wolipizzle (ENGINEERING)

3)Dablack (ARTS)

4)  Mc joshfad (ENGINEERING

5)  Fanzie (SCIENCE)

6)  Chalzdfalzguy (SOCIAL SCIENCE)

7) Erosnephy (SCIENCE)

8)  Ifemideh (ARTS)



BEST DANCE GROUP

1) VGC

2) Ace dance crew

3) ADC

4)Fame dance squad



BEST STUDENT PHOTOSTUDIO OF THE YEAR

1) Lore concept

2) fresh photo studio

3) always photo studio

4) switch photo studio


BEST STUDENT PRODUCER OF THE YEAR



1)  Pido (ENGINEERING)

2)  Syrus (ENGINEERING)

3)  Dj Trixsta


STUDENT DJ OF THE YEAR 


1)  Dj mountain (ENGINEERING )

2)  DJ kidra (SCIENCE)

3)  DJ zoid (SCIENCE )

4)  DJ femzy (ARTS )

5) DJ rawque (EDUCATION)




MOST PROMISING ARTIST OF THE YEAR


1)Sammykiddy (LAW)

2) Hormor (SCIENCE)

3)Swankyblaq (SCIENCE)

4)Leobabz (SCIENCE)

5)Tizzie (SCIENCE)

6)Lawfermz (EDUCATION)

7) Rossy boy (EDUCATION)

8) Oped (SCIENCE)

9)Lildex (SCIENCE)

10) Afoo (SOCIAL SCIENCE)

11) Kuraja (ENGINEERING)

12)Marshall (SOCIAL SCIENCE)

13). Teemolar (ENGINEERING)

14). Young presido (SOCIAL SCIENCE)

15). Boskido (SCIENCE)

16). Ace galaxy (AGRIC SCIENCE)


ROOKIE OF THE YEAR


1)  Sammykiddy (LAW)

2)  Swankyblaq (SCIENCE)

3)  Kuraja (ENGINEERING)

4)  KAMZYKAM (SCIENCE)

5)Prinzo (LAW)

6) Afilaka (EDUCATION)

7) Rossy boy (EDUCATION)

8) Kingskid (AGRIC )

9)Tkriz (SCIENCES )

10)Young presido (SOCIAL SCIENCE )

11) Kt_love (EDUCATION)

12) X_tyga (EDUCATION)

13) Rhaby nickel (AGRIC )

14) Femzyjay (ARTS)



BEST DANCE HALL SINGLE  OF THE YEAR


1. DBM

2. SHA by Lobidis

3. Kum on by olusholex

4. Gbefun by lilfap

5. Femzyjay

6. Kamzy kam



BEST STUDENT RAPPER

1. Xpensive

2. Pkay

3. Tizzie

4. Iremide

5. Jaidowski

6. Heywhy

7. Jay Collins



BEST R AND  B SONG OF THE YEAR


1. Omalechewa by Lobidis

2. Answer by Sammykiddy

3. Some More by Dre Lincoln

4. Kcee empire

5. Sizzy gold

6. Dance by o'jazzy




BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE

1. Generous_giz

2. Chrizwise

3. Fish

4. Geebliss

5. Lobidis

6. Rossy Boy

SONG OF THE YEAR


1. Slow down by iremide

2. Suuru by leobabz

3. MSA by pkay

4. Sisi by hormor

5. Make way by afoo

6. Awon eleyi by jay Collins

7. Ire by tee ransom

8. SHA by Lobidis

BEST SONG COLLABORATION


1. Leobabz international person

2. Omalechewa  by Lobidis ft lacrown Iremide

3. Ask them by pkay

4. Carry go by niglumstar

5. Awon eleyi by jay Collins ft zoko

6. Tetela by temmymarshal x booghalo

7. Make way by afoo

8. Bless me by Oped ft zoko and Ruqqi Cextus

9. For you by hardeymz

10. Coco vibes by jaidowski

11. Xpensive ft Heywhy  working boys

NEXT RATED ARTIST


1. Sammykiddy

2. Hormor

3. Tizzie

4. Leobabz

5. Olusholex

6. Prinzo

7. Smilex

8. Kingskid

9. El oshebay

10. Vickymic

11. Jayroozey

12. lildex

13. Dare booghalo

14. Ace galaxy

15. Sagacious

16. Tizzie

17. Jaidowski

18. Rhaby nickel



ARTIST OF THE YEAR

1. Xpensive

2. Leo babz

3. Hormor

4. Lobidis

5. Pkay

6. Iremide

7. Jayroozey

8. Rhaby nickel



STUDENT PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 

1. Masstek imagery

2. Taerich photography

3. Roi_ photography

4. Omoadedibu photography

5. Demola shot it

6. Nora

7. Fas



STUDENT CINEMATOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

1) femmee_elias

2) Nora

3) PMI

4) omoadedibu photography




MOST SOCIAL FREASHER

1) bobby Johnson (SCIENCE )

2) kuraja (ENGINEERING )

3) osadare omolade (EDUCATION )

4) Rebecca (SCIENCE )

5) kingskid (AGRIC )

6) yamato (SCIENCE )

7) ejalonibu ayomide (AGRIC)

8) adedamola Daniel (SOCIAL  SCIENCE

9) aladekokun banke( EDUCATION )

10)  ikechukwu Jessica (ARTS )

11) DJ panda (LAW)




MOST POPULAR FRESHER


1) Eben (SCIENCE )

2) tiffyboss (ARTS )

3) Annabelle (ARTS)

4.  adedamola Daniel (SOCIAL  SCIENCE

5) DJ panda (LAW )

6) rotvic (SOCIAL  SCIENCE )

7) ismail motunrayo (SCIENCE )

8) okoye hope (AGRIC )



BEST FRIEND CLIQUE OF THE YEAR 


1) ofeimu joy, idowu tolulope

2) mavericks

3) soscrew

4) certified

5) I_am_tianah

6) Iam teamy

7) team sbi

8) obafemi bisoye & Esther oribamise

9) I_am_kaduna

10) amechi & kelvin

11) team cof

12) adebisi timileyin & oyeleke damilola

13) bratz, famakinwa bukola, olorundare kemisola, akande fisayo

14) polymath

15) solotunes

16) victor opeyemi

17) Team Srb

BEST FACULTY HONORABLE OF THE YEAR


1) hon yk (SCIENCE)

2) hon damilicious (SCIENCE )

3) hon sp (EDUCATION )

4) hon Anthony ( AGRIC )

5) hon adetoro abiola (MANAGEMENT SCIENCE )

6) hon cokker (SCIENCE )

7) hon ajayi favor ( ARTS )

8) hon ayomide (AGRIC )

9) hon oluwafemi fabusuyi (AGRICULTURE )

10) hon jejelaye ridwan (MANAGEMENT SCIENCE )

11) hon ogunsuyi femi Raphael (AGRIC)




BEST SHOW ON CAMPUS

1) my gp must laff

2)Ekiti all star talent hurt

3) Mr and Miss fresher

4) Ignite House party


BEST RAP SINGLE OF THE YEAR 


1)ama_winner by tizzie

2) msa by pkay

3) dec 31st by iremide

4) lildex

5) story line by jay Collins

6) Pain by oped

7) Next Rated by Ace Galaxy

8) rhaby nickel



BEST NEW ACT


 1) chrizwise

2) boskido

3) teeblaq

4)olusholex

5)fanzie

6)lildex

7)nikky

8) booghalo

9) ivybankz

10) temmysmile

11) jojo

12) toypex_beauty_makeover

13) sammykiddy

14) Mohvil


MONEY BAG OF THE YEAR (MALE) 


1) Lambert (ENGINEERING )

2) ay wire ( SCIENCE)

3) tazan ( AGRICULTURE )

4) lekkylee (SCIENCE )

5.  richygold (SCIENCE )

6) ojesanmi ajibola (ENGINEERING )

7) segun fund (ENGINEERING )

8) wale Walmart (ENGINEERING )

9) olaoluo dunsi (SOCIAL SCIENCE )

10)  Ilesanmi oluwaseun (LAW)

MONEY BAG OF THE YEAR (FEMALE)


1) olabode arikeola olori one (SCIENCE)

2) Gloria tutuola (SCIENCES)

3) Lizzy (MANAGEMENT SCIENCE)



BEST STUDENT CLUB OF THE YEAR



1) club Hush

2) club bomboclark

3) Club 15

4)  Prosperous

5) Club LA

6) club Splendour

7) Club Delight


STUDENT BANK OF THE YEAR 


1) Uba

2) Access

3) Wema

4) Zenith

5) Eco Bank



MOST EXPENSIVE (MALE) 


1) adedamola Daniel (SOCIAL SCIENCE)

2) chrizwise (MANAGEMENT  SCIENCE )

3) oreoluwa ( LAW)

4) wale Walmart (ENGINEERING)

5) igbalode_jur (SCIENCE)

6) onaolapo gbenga (SCIENCE)

7) lekkylee (SCIENCE)

8) coded mayor ( ENGINEERING)

9) nwosu Michael bukmaths (SCIENCE)

10) olaoluo  dunsi (SOCIAL  SCIENCE )

11)  Ilesanmi oluwaseun (LAW)

MOST EXPENSIVE (FEMALE) 


1) idowu opeyemi Victoria (ARTS)

2)abe Victoria ayomide (EDUCATION )

3) ogunruka faith (ARTS)

4) kceeempire(EDUCATION )

5) queens_collection (EDUCATION )

6) onaolapo gbenga olagold (SCIENCE )

7) olabode arikeola olori one (SCIENCE)

8) osadare omolade (EDUCATION)

9) ola oluodunsi (SOCIAL SCIENCE)

10) alabi Gloria tutuola ( SCIENCE )

11) comr. Iyanzy (SCIENCE )



All those nominated for Non voting category should message Jackson Holder if interested in the category

08038656528 

Follow @eksucampusaward @iam_jacksonholder  @MayorMail.
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