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Aregbesola Names UNIOSUN after Bola Ige, Renames Other Osun Tertiary Institutions

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Governor Rauf Aregbesola on Wednesday renamed all the state owned tertiary institutions after notable indigenes of the state.

Aregbesola renamed the institutions at the UNIOSUN convocation.

The Osun state University has been named after Chief Bola Ige, the former Attorney General of the Federation.

The Osun state Polytechnic, Iree was named after former minister of Internal Affairs, Chief Sunday Afolabi

Osun state College of Technology was named after Chief Bisi Akande, former governor of Osun state

Osun state College of Education was named after Professor Wale Omole, the former Vice Chancellor of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU).

College Of Education, Ila Orangun now Adeyemi Oyeduntan College of Education.

The Okuku campus of UNIOSUN was also named afer Chief Olagunsoye Oyinlola

UNIOSUN College of Law at Ifetedo was named after the late Justice Kayode Esho

UNIOSUN Agric College at Ejigbo was named after Senator Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke

UNIOSUN Campus at Ipetu-Ijesa was named after Hon Hezekiah Oluwasanmi

UNIOSUN College of Humanities was named after Eniola Atanda

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Olawuyi Rasaaq

    March 10, 2016 at 6:35 am

    Governor, you have done well

  2. Olawuyi Rasaaq

    March 10, 2016 at 6:41 am

    This is the best Governor that know the impact of the people

  3. Jibike

    March 14, 2016 at 7:53 am

    At last! What an amazing governor!!

    Indeed honor is due to this very clever, humble and kind gentleman who lives unknown today but unforgotten.

    It was indeed a fact that he didn’t not want to waste the life of the driver who knocked down his daughter in jail, but decided that something good should come out of her untimely and painful death at a very tender age, what a great or divine opportunity it was when he was asked to make a compensation request.

    Having benefitted himself from a scholarship to study in Swansea, the united United Kingdom, he returned home to serve his motherland, joined the Nigerian army as a captain stationed in lagos and continually discussed his hopes and aspiration for educational infrastructures in Ila, particularly for the youth, “tomorrow’s future” he would call them.

    Also for the record, many primary and secondary school students, children of friends and relatives out of Ila Orangun were invited to present their lists of books annually and he bought them books for the new school session every september until his retirement.

    Suffice it to say that the doors of his home dubbed ‘getaway hotel’ was also thrown open to numerous numbers of youths seeking greener pastures in Lagos and eventually many of them ending up abroad.

    Indeed an unsung hero.

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