Our Executives

Our History

From inception, the University has enjoyed the leadership of 29 democratically-elected Union Executives and six Students Consultative Council-led Executives due to reasons of proscription and suspension of union activities at different times.

As of today, the University of Ilorin Students' Union stands out as first among equals as it blazes the trail for others to follow. The Union is very keen about entrepreneurship and innovation, the realities of the 21stcentury. For instance, the Union is the first in Nigeria to use online voting system (a variant of e-voting system) to elect its officials.

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Our Responsibility


Academic and Career Talk

Organises career talks, inspirational and motivational lectures among the students.



Supervises the use of facilities and renovations in the hostels on campus during the holiday.



Through its Transport Scheme, shuttle buses are provided for transportation at a subsidised rate.



Handles all matters relating to the general welfare of members of the Union and all the Union guests.




Senate Principal Officers





Recent News


As voters' registration winds off in few days time, the Union hereby admonish all Unilorites who have attained the voting age and are yet to get their Permanent Voters' Card to get it done before the deadline.

It is worthy to note that your PVC is your voice to elect credible and visionary leaders during elections.

As stated by INEC, the online pre-registration will be suspended on the 30th May, 2022 while the physical registration at designated centres will end by 30th June, 2022.

The Continuous Voters' Registration (CVR) online platform is enabled to capture your data after which you are scheduled for biometric capture at an INEC office or designated centre close to you.

Follow the steps below for the registration:

◉ Visit - cvr.inecnigeria.org for pre-registration.
◉ Create an account with a valid email address.
◉ Follow the account activation link sent to your email address.
◉ Login and fill the form.
◉ Select a convenient date for your biometric capturing.
◉ Submit form and wait for application slip containing ID, QR Code and other details.
◉ Print out the application slip.
◉ Visit your INEC registration centre to capture your biometric on the appointed date.
◉ A registration slip will be issued once registration is completed.
◉ Use the issued slip to collect your Permanent Voters' Card (PVC)

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It is no longer a news that today marks a 100-day that we have been at home due to the lingering ASUU strike.

Recall that few weeks ago, we organized a peaceful protest in front of the University gate where we made our positions known to the Federal Government and the respective ministers hoping that the industrial action is sorted and we can continue our academics uninterrupted.

Though shortly after that time, we saw the meeting facilitated and chaired by the Chief of staff to the President, Professor Ibrahim Gambari but no tangible result till this moment.

As the lingering strike enters 100 days today, we want to appeal to the Federal Government, concerned ministries, critical stakeholders to immediately engage ASUU among other Unions so that the demands can be sorted out finally because our patience at home is running out.

We also want to publicly advise our colleagues to use this period to obtain their voters' cards to elect credible office holders as election looms.

We remain steadfast in our demands to reopen the schools as we will continue to engage necessary stakeholders on the next steps to take if the dispute is not resolved sooner than expected.

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The leadership of the Union celebrates Adebola Sanni, 400-level Mechanical Engineering department and Bamidele Raphael, 500-level Electrical and Electronics Engineering department on their outstanding performance at the Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria (ACEN) FLF Design Proposal Competition.

In the competition which was keenly contested by students from various tertiary institutions across country, Adebola Sanni won the Mechanical Engineering category while Bamidele Raphael clinched first runner-up position in the Electrical Engineering category. The participants were required to develop a Computer-Aided Design Proposal for an architectural drawing based on their respective fields of Structural/Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.

The duo and other winners were awarded and celebrated at the 2022 FIDIC AFRICA FUTURE LEADERS' CONGRESS SYMPOSIUM held at the Eko Hotels and Suites on Sunday 15th May, 2022.

We commend the lads for their remarkable performance which upholds the Better-By-Far nature of the University. We also charge Unilorites to always strive for outstanding excellence in their various quests.

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We use this medium to appreciate every Unilorites and Nigerian Students who came out to participate in the peaceful demonstration held earlier today against the continuous ASUU strike.

The protest which held at the University gate led by the President of the Union, Comrade Taofik Waliu (OMOLUABI) also had in attendance Union executives, faculty presidents, NANS officials, newly-elected SU officials and the general student populace.

It also featured the presence of the security agencies to maintain law and order as well as the media for coverage.

As said by the President while addressing the students and the media, the intention is to kickstart a continuous movement that will put pressure on the Federal Government to attend to the demands of the striking varsity lecturers.

Students who were on board showed their grievances towards the lingering strike by holding placards and banners with different inscriptions that communicate their various displeasures.

We also commend the efforts of our colleagues who joined the movement on Twitter and other social media platforms to ensure that the hashtag #IlorinProtest trend.

While we give the Federal Government and necessary stakeholders till the end of this week to end the strike, we enjoin everyone to continue the online protest by making different post on social media with the necessary hashtags. Further directives as regards subsequent protest are going to be announced if occasion demands.

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This is to inform the general public, Unilorites, media and all Nigerian Students of the planned peaceful protest against the incessant ASUU Strike which has marred our academic stability.

The peaceful demonstration will be a platform for all Nigerian Students in Ilorin to express our grievances to the Federal Government of Nigeria for its inability to settle its feud with ASUU and other Unions in the University System thereby toiling with our future as we students are at the receiving end of this menace.

We hereby call on all Students of the better by far University and other students to come out en masse and in solidarity to join this peaceful protest. The demonstration is scheduled to hold as follows:

Date: Tuesday 10th May, 2022
Converging Point: University of Ilorin Gate
Time: 9:00am

Students are enjoined to conduct themselves in a well behaved manner. We also encourage you all not to be fearful as all necessary apparatus has been put in place for maximum security and hitch-free transportation.

Other students who are not available within reach can also join the movement by posting their contents, pictures and videos from their respective locations with the following hashtag:


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The leadership of the Union join the University Muslim community to celebrate the occasion of Eid-el-Fitr, a festival that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan.

We thank the Almighty Allah for the grace to witness this auspicious occasion and pray that He grant us long life and sound health to observe more of Ramadan and Eid-el-Fitr on earth.

Beyond the celebration, we also urge Muslim faithfuls to imbibe in the lessons of the holy month of Ramadan in all their various endeavours.


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