Tagged: LAUTECH

Alao-Akala promises to pay N30,000 minimum wage if elected

Former governor of Oyo State and gubernatorial candidate of the Action Democratic Party (ADP), in the March 2 election, Chief Christopher Adebayo Alao-Akala, on Thursday promised to pay workers in the state the N30, 000 minimum wage when elected governor of the state. Alao-Akala made this declaration while speaking at the flag-off of the ADP campaigns in Ibadan, state capital. At the event were Senatorial candidates of the party for Oyo Central, Hon. Temitope Olatoye, Oyo South Dr. Fola Akinosun and other candidates of the party in the 2019 general elections. Alao-Akala, while addressing thousands of members and supporters the...

Elections: Oyo students demand education plan from governorship candidates

Students in Oyo State have said they would only vote for a governorship candidate who presents a workable plan for qualitative education in the state. The gubernatorial and state House of Assembly elections are scheduled to hold on March 2. In a statement Thursday, the National Association of Nigerian Students in the state asked all the candidates to present their plans for free and qualitative education in the state. Moronkola Teslim, the NANS state chapter chairman, said it is important for anyone who is preparing to govern Oyo State to have workable plans on providing qualitative education to students. The...

Seyi Makinde congratulates Poly Ibadan graduates, promises lasting solution to LAUTECH’s strike as Gov

The governorship candidate of the People Democratic Party (PDP) in Oyo State, Mr Seyi Makinde, on Friday congratulated graduating students of the Polytechnic Ibadan, wishing them best as they prepared for another phase of their lives. Makinde, who took to his social media to felicitate with the 32nd and 33rd combined Convocation ceremony of the institution in Ibadan. The governorship aspirant said going through higher institution can be challenging & these ones who have overcome the challenges they faced deserve all the accolades.  . He, therefore, advised current administration to considered thousands of students of LAUTECH whose academic journeys have been...

Lautech increases school fees from 75k to 250k

Information reaching us has it that the authorities of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomoso has increased students school fees from 75k to 250k. Read what the school registrar wrote below: Read more… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

My Uniquessness is my flexibility – Music Artiste ‘Tush’.

  Dawud Mubarak Babatunde a.k.a Tush is an Ibadan Afro- hip hop artist with a difference. He is a song writer and musician. Tush is a original Ibadan blood, he has dropped different singles like O daa o, , he recently dropped his single “Come with Somebody”. This song is no1 club rocker and it is for every ears to hear. He recently had a chat at WhatsupIbadan.com office… Read More… FacebookTwitterGoogle+Email

Let Ibadan technical varsity be – A writers view.

People of Ibadan, lets take some minutes to dwell on this issue of technical university, as it pertains to the newly established one in our dear Oyo State. This is a writers view on the topic. The establishment of a technical university is supposed to be a welcome development in any society, especially in any state in technologically under-developed countries like Nigeria. Resulting from its massive population of about 200 million and decades of poor economic performance, Nigeria has the largest informal sector in Africa with an average national unemployment rate of 24.7 per cent in 2013 and poverty incidence...

Ajimobi appeals to LAUTECH workers to end strike

Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State has appealed to striking teaching and non-teaching staff of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, to end their strike. The governor made the appeal on Monday at the inauguration of the Oyo State Education Trust Fund (ETF) held at the Governor’s Office in Ibadan. It was reported that workers of the institution had embarked on a strike action over unpaid salaries and subvention to the institution. Ajimobi said the workers needed to end the strike and allow the students return to the lecture rooms at the earliest possible date. “The two owner states...