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In the just concluded elections of Deans for the five (5) existing Schools in the College held between Monday 24th and Wednesday 26th August, 2020, Mrs Taiwo Adedayo Akinsanya of the Schools of Arts and Social Sciences; Mr Ayoade Olusola Ajayi of General Education; Mrs Stella Ifeyinwa Chibuzo Iwuagwu of Languages; Dr Adebowale Iyabo Dan – Ologe of Sciences and Mr James Abiodun Odubiyi of Vocational Education, emerged Deans of their various Schools while Mrs A.O Adejobi becomes pioneer Dean of the yet to take off School of Early Childhood Care Education and Primary Education.

In the keenly contested elections, the School of Arts and Social Sciences had three (3) Contestants - Mrs T.A Akinsanya, Dr T. O. Salaudeen and Dr A.A Olorunsogo; School of Vocational Education had Mrs F.O Ogunwemimo and Mr J.A Odubiyi; School of Languages had Mrs S.I.C Iwuagwu and Dr P.E Ezenandu while School of Sciences had Dr I.A Mofikoya and Dr A.I Dan Ologe. The School of General Education presented one candidate, Mr Ayo Ajayi, who was elected unopposed. The School of Early Childhood Care and Primary Education which commences next session – 2020/2021 Academic session had Mrs A.O Adejobi as its pioneer Dean.

College Update congratulates and wishes the new Deans a successful tenure of Office.


The College Management in compliance with the Federal Government directive has instructed all Staff affected by this directive to resume duty.

It is on record that at the initial occurrence of the Covid19 Pandemic and following the directive of the Federal Government upon the recommendation of the Presidential Task Force, the College was closed on Friday 27th March, 2020. However, with the Progress made to combat the Pandemic, work is gradually resuming in all Federal Government Ministries, Agencies and Departments which made the PTF recommend that workers on grade Level 12 and above resume back to their duty posts.

The College Management therefore has instructed Staff on CONTEDISS 11 and CONPCASS 05 and above to resume work with immediate effect from 10th August, 2020.
In a Circular dated 12th August, 2020, from the Office of the Registrar and signed by Mr T.O Komolafe an Assistant Deputy Registrar in charge of Senior Staff Establishments, the Working days shall be Monday to Friday from 8.00am to 4.00pm.

Also, Staffers are to comply with the NCDC protocols of wearing of face masks, Social Distancing and use of Hands Sanitizers/washing of hands.


Popularly called Kenny Badaru, Dr Adewale Kehinde Badaru, an Artist with a class, a Chief Lecturer in the Department of Fine and Applied Arts and the Dean, Students Affairs of the College on Friday 14th August, 2020 wowed his audience at his exhibition held at the College Gallery. The multimedia exhibition which was titled “Exploration and Experimentation: The search for new frontier” had thirty seven (37) exhibits to the astonishment and admiration of his audience.

The gallery which was officially commissioned at the College’s 24th Convocation ceremony held on Thursday, 3rd October, 2019 was the brainwork of the College Provost, Dr A.A Ajayi. The gallery has works of eminent personalities like former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo; Evangelist Dr Ebenezer Obey Fabiyi; and past Council Chairmen.

Addressing the audience at the Exhibition, the immediate past Provost of the College, who doubled as the mentor of the exhibitor, Dr E.O Filani noted that Dr Badaru was a goal getter and dogged in his creativity. Declaring the Exhibition opened; he stated further that he was happy at the Artistic showcasing adding that, it was a kind of an innate ability for the Exhibitor. He thanked the College Provost for creating conducive atmosphere to work and equally appreciated the family of the Artist for their support and love which according to him had in no small measure aided the great work.

Earlier, the College Provost, Dr Adetayo Ajayi commended Dr A.K Badaru for the research work adding that the exhibition was a laudable academic research. He therefore implored other Academics to emulate him. While appreciating the immediate past Provost for constructing the edifice used for the College Gallery (Aduke Maina Hall), Dr Ajayi noted that the Gallery was commissioned at the 24th Convocation Ceremony held in October, 2019 and he was optimistic that the Gallery would become a tourist Centre in the nearest future.

The Chairman Research and Publications Committee, Dr G.A.K Omoyinmi in his address appreciated all that graced the exhibition and thanked the Provost for allowing the memorable event hold in the Gallery. Thereafter, he congratulated the Artist, Dr A.K Badaru for showcasing his God-given talent and inborn skills.


Misses Deborah Oluwaseun Odeleke and Adenike Grace Adeleke both of School of Education as a result of Marriage shall henceforth be known and addressed as Mmes Deborah Oluwaseun IDONGESIT and Adenike Grace AJAYI respectively, the College Community should please take note.


The College Deputy Provost Dr R.A Soyele on Tuesday, 11th August, 2020 at the Kunle Filani Lecture Theatre admonished Contractors to be up and doing at their assignments and that they should endeavour to do a thorough job to justify their competence.

He said this while representing the Provost, Dr A.A Ajayi at the meeting of the Contractors, Consultants and End –User Committee for the four (4) College Project recently approved by TETfund.

Speaking further, the Deputy Provost appreciated the Contractors for taking interest in the College and congratulated them for writing bids making them eligible to partner with the College on the various projects. He however cautioned that “to whom much is given, much is expected” as the College is a Centre of Academic Excellence and anyone that must do any Project with the College must follow lay down Standards.

He encouraged the Chairmen and Members of the End User Committee to be open minded in the discharge of their duties and see their selections on the Committee as a call to duty. He noted that as Chairmen and Members of the various committees on each Project, they were to help the Management to see to it that the projects are properly done. This they can do by constructively criticising and supervising the Contractors on observation noted on various sites. He added that their work was not to witch-hunt but to help the Management achieve the quality needed in the building as they will be the ones to use the buildings afterwards.

Speaking on the Projects, the Director of Works and Physical Planning, Engr. V.A Adeneye informed that the Contractors were to start their work immediately and do their work as much as possible according to specification within the time allotted.

Also speaking at the meeting was the Bursar who informed the Contractors that with proper filling of their claims and documents, they were sure to have all they needed promptly.

Questions bothering on the Projects were asked and answers promptly given on grey areas at the meeting. It is believed that with the prompt mobilization to site, the four projects will be completed as at when due. The four are, Lot 1: Remodelling, redesign and Construction of Dean and HODs Offices for School of Science, Lot 2: Construction of Guidance and Counselling Centre, Lot3: Construction of Student Affairs building, Lot 4: Construction of Economics and Political Science Centre building.