2022-11-19

OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY (OOU) POST UTME/DE 2022/23 ADMISSION EXERCISE

ADMISSION NOTIFICATION!

OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY (OOU) POST UTME/DE 2022/23 ADMISSION EXERCISE

Chief Victor Olabisi Onabanjo (12 February 1927 – 14 April 1990) was governor of Ogun State in Nigeria from October 1979 – December 1983, during the Nigerian Second Republic. He was of Ijebu extraction.


Oloye Victor Olabisi Onabanjo was born in 1927 in Lagos. He was educated at Baptist Academy in Lagos and at the Regent Street Polytechnic in the United Kingdom, where he studied journalism between 1950 and 1951. He worked as a journalist for several years before becoming a full-time politician. His column Aiyekooto (a Yoruba word meaning "parrot" - a creature known in Yoruba mythology for telling the plain truth) appeared in the Daily Service and Daily Express newspapers between 1954 and 1962.


Olabisi Onabanjo was elected chairman of the Ijebu Ode Local Government Area in 1977 under the tutelage of Chief Obafemi Awolowo. He was subsequently elected governor of Ogun State in October 1979 on the Unity Party of Nigeria platform. He was known as an unpretentious and plain-speaking man, and his administration of Ogun State was considered a model at the time and later.


On May the 13th, 1982, he commissioned Ogun Television. The Ogun State University, founded on the 7th of July, 1982, was renamed Olabisi Onabanjo University on May 29th, 2001, in his memory. He established the Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic. General Oladipo Diya, who became military governor in 1983, closed the school down, and it remained closed until it was re-opened after the return to democracy in 1999.


When General Muhammadu Buhari took power in a military coup, he was thrown in jail for several years. After his eventual release, he returned to journalism, publishing his Aiyekooto column in the Nigerian Tribune from 1987 to 1989. Chief Onabanjo died on April the 14th, 1990. Selected articles from his column were published in a book in 1991.


Victor Olabisi Onabanjo (Edited by Felix A. Adenaike) (1991). Aiyekooto. Syndicated Communications Ltd, Ibadan.


ADMISSION GUIDELINE


Carefully fill the form below. Ensure that you double check the details you are providing before submitting most especially your JAMB Registration Number. 


STEP 1 . VISIT THE SCHOOL ADMISSION PORTAL AND CLICK ON NEW APPLICANT

STEP 2. INPUT THE CORRECT JAMB REGISTRATION NUMBER

STEP 3. INPUT YOUR SURNAME, FIRST & MIDDLE NAME

STEP 4. INPUT YOUR DATE OF BIRTH

STEP 5. SELECT YOUR GENDER

STEP 6. SELECT THE APPLICATION TYPE (UTME/DE) ...DE MEANS DIRECT ENTRY

STEP 7. INPUT YOUR PDS/JUPEB NO (DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS ONLY)

STEP 8. INPUT THE CORRECT TELEPHONE NUMBER

STEP 9. INPUT A VALID EMAIL ADDRESS ( A NOTIFICATION WILL BE SENT TO THE EMAIL ADDRESS )

STEP 10. SELECT YOUR MARITAL STATUS

STEP 11. SELECT YOUR STATE OF ORIGIN

STEP 12. CLICK ON CREATE REGISTRATION PROFILE


APPLICATION CLOSES FRIDAY 16TH OF DECEMBER 2022



UPON A SUCCESFFUL REGISTRATION, YOU WILL BE REDIRECTED TO UPLOAD YOUR PASSPORT PHOTOGRAPH AND MAKE ALL THE NECESSARY PAYMENTS


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