We welcome all fresh and returning students back to campus. We are particularly excited that school has resumed to full capacity after what seemed like an unending disruption of academic activities caused by the ASUU strike.

To the fresh students, securing admission into the 'Better by Far' varsity is no mere feat, hence, we enjoin you all, including all returning students, to adhere strictly to the rules and regulations of the University to be found worthy in character and learning.

Subsequently, as a Development-Oriented Administration, here's us reiterating our resolve in prioritizing the general welfare of all students and promotion of academic excellence of all Unilorites. Together, we can do it all.

Once again, Happy Resumption!
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The Faji-led Administration uses this medium to inform all Unilorites of the latest development with regards to the court judgement of the murder case of Late Miss Blessing Olajide, a student from the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ilorin who was gruesomely raped to death on June 10th, 2021.

In the final court hearing held yesterday, the suspects were pronounced guilty and sentenced to death by hanging. This judgement without any iota of doubt, shows the dispensation of justice as it should be upholded by the Judicial arm of the government.

In lieu of this, on behalf of all Modern Unilorites, we'll like to thank the state government for pursuing the case to the letter. This judgement has strengthened our belief in the rule of law and also that no crime must go unpunished.

While we beseech our colleagues to take safety and precautionary measures at this crucial time, It is also necessary to reiterate to all Modern Unilorites that the Development-Oriented Administration is focused on the all round welfarism of every students and will work hand in hand with necessary units to achieve this.
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The Development-Oriented Administration would like to inform all students of the College of Health Sciences(COHS) that the allocation of hostels will be conducted after the release of the good-standing lists. This is a resolution reached in conjunction with the school management in a consultative discussion.

The delegation of the Union which was led by the Vice President of the College of Health Sciences, Adeolu Arungbemi and the Welfare Secretary of the College of Health Sciences, Emmanuel Sunday Babatunde also discussed salient issues centered on the welfarism of students of the College of Health Sciences(COHS).

Students must however note that access to hostel balloting will only be opened to students whose names are on the good-standing lists and must have paid their school fees.

The date for the opening of the hostel allocation will be announced in due time.

Finally, students should be rest assured that their welfarism is our utmost concern as a Development-Oriented Administration.
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This is to announce that hostel allocation for fresh students will take place on the University portal on Thursday; 15th December, 2022 by 12pm as announced by the Student Affairs Unit.

All interested fresh students are expected to participate in the online balloting process for the available bed spaces at the stipulated date and time on the University portal.

Students are enjoined to note that bed spaces are not transferrable or sellable.
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Modern Unilorites,

We write to refute the false, untrue, bogus, and spurious information about 'Hostel bookings' for freshers.

The information is false and unofficial. All fresh and returning students are to disregard such information as we would keep all Unilorites informed as promptly as possible on when we are set to commence allocation.

As a union, we are committed to bridging the gap of information between the school management and the students. Hence, be rest assured that we would always make available to you timely, credible, and reliable information as regards hostel allocation and other developments.
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Modern Unilorites,

The Leadership of the Union led by Faji Tobiloba in its conscious, unrelenting and burning desire to alleviate the transportation issue faced by Unilorites is delighted to announce an historic resolution.

As part of ongoing efforts and after due consultations with the school management, it has been agreed that hostel allocation should be made available for the newly admitted students(freshers).

It is without doubt that the early access to hostel allocation for freshers will reduce the congestion of students residing off-campus and at the same time ease transportation issues faced by students.

The date for the opening of the hostel allocation will be announced in due time.

Freshers are however enjoined to note the following steps in the hostel allocation process.


Stage 1: Students are to check their portals for accommodation booking/reservation.

Stage 2: Reservation/booking shall be for a period of 72hours only during which payment MUST be made.

Stage 3: Students are to print
out the Hostel Receipts and Hostel Application Forms which will serve as Hostel Pass.

Stage 4: Students are to get their Hostel Application Forms endorsed at the Student Affairs Unit.

Stage 5: Students are to proceed to their allocated Hall of Residence for further documentation and occupancy.

Stage 6: STUDENTS MUST NOT TRANSFER OR SELL THEIR BEDSPACES to any person. Flouting of this order will result in a severe penalty by the Student Disciplinary Committee(SDC).

Returning students are enjoined to exercise patience as the hostel allocation process for them will be made available after the Senate sitting due to hold on the 19th of December, 2022.

Finally, be ensured that your well-being as students remain our utmost concern as a Development-Oriented Administration.
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The Leadership of the Union, yesterday, paid an assessment visit to the ongoing construction of the Tipper Garage Flyover Bridge. The delegation which was led by Comrade Faji Tobiloba appreciated the state government for the initiation of the infrastructural project as its usage when completed will be pivotal in the movement of students and staffs alike.

Also during the meeting, Comrade Faji informed the Project Managers in persons of Engineer Michael Akinpelu and Engineer Sulaimon Monsur of the due resumption of students on campus. This was necessary in order to intimate the government of the influx of students and how to facilitate a better commuting of students and staffs to and fro campus considering the size of the student populace. Other issues raised were the quick repair of alternative routes and the reconnection of Korope Buses to the school Terminus which has since been unaccessible.

One of the Project Manager, Engineer Michael Akinpelu pledged to look into the issues raised and work on them. He also assured the Union of a temporary opening of the Tipper Garage road at rush hours of the day in order to ease traffic.

On the project completion, he assured the Union of a speedy completion in order to ensure an early usage of the infrastructural project.

Other members of the delegation are Comrade Arowolo Ayodeji, Comrade Ologundudu Joseph and Comrade Abdullahi Abiodun.
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The Leadership of the Union led by Faji Tobiloba, yesterday, paid a courtesy visit on the Vice Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Professor Wahab Olasupo Egbewole (SAN).

The Executives, Senate Council Principal Officers, the Dean, Student Affairs Unit and other Officers of the Unit were warmly received by the Vice Chancellor, who also congratulated the Development-Oriented Administration on the occasion of the just concluded, successful inauguration of the Executives.

The Union President, Comrade Faji on behalf of all Modern Unilorites congratulated the Vice Chancellor on his formal assumption of office while assuring him of the Union's cooperation and support.

Comrade Faji also raised some critical issues with the Vice Chancellor. These included hostel accommodation, security, health care services and transportation. Comrade Faji also reiterated the effects of these issues on the academic excellence of all Modern Unilorites.

Speaking on transportation, Faji lamented on the poor transportation system which has been in existence long before now and how it affects the academics of students. With respect to hostel accommodation, Faji explained the need to have more hostels on campuses in order to accommodate more students. This is also necessary in order to reduce the population of students off-campus and reduce security challenges faced by the students that are residing off-campus. Furthermore, the issue of health care services was discussed and the major concern was the provision of more health personnels which will enhance better health care delivery.

The Vice Chancellor in his remarks acknowledged these issues and its effects on students. He explained that the school management hitherto had already identified these issues. He also hinted on some interventions/measures that are already being put in place to address these concerns. He also assurred the Union of the support of his administration.

Modern Unilorites, be rest assured that the Development-Oriented Administration will work hand in hand with the school management to ensure that these issues are well looked into. We remain steadfast in our commitment to be development-oriented.
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Modern Unilorites,

We are pleased to announce the approved list of candidates for the 2020/2021 CBT make-up examinations.

All concerned students are hereby enjoined to consult the make-up list in order to confirm their invitation. The examination is expected to hold as scheduled below:

Date: Thursday; 22nd December, 2022
Venue: CBT Centre, University of Ilorin
Time: 8:00am

Note: Only CBT courses will be done at the CBT Centre

For further information, contact: 08132474154, 08139184635
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Modern Unilorites,

In a bid to provide a conducive and student-worthy environment, the Leadership of the Union led by Faji Tobiloba alongside the Student Affairs Unit took proactive steps by visiting the Computer Based Test(CBT) centre.

The visit was aimed at a critical examination of the CBT centres facilities and immediate initiation of necessary repairs.

As a Development-Oriented Union that we are, we understand that the welfarism of students during examination period is very important and as such, it is necessary to put in place measures that would uphold such welfarism.

As we gear up for the 2021/2022 session, the union is determined to tackle all necessary issues swiftly. Be rest assured that we will continue to work closely with the Student Affairs Unit to ensure the efficient and speedy resolution of these issues.
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Modern Unilorites,

We are aware of the fire incident at Lagos Male Hostel and we've taken calculative and necessary steps to curb it.

Upon receiving the alarm, we immediately contacted the appropriate authorities and they swung into action and are already on top of the situation. Please be informed that we're trying to ascertain the cause of the outbreak and we would address it in due time.

We beseech our colleagues to take safety and precautionary measures at this crucial time of the season.

The Development-Oriented Administration remains resolved in addressing all issues as promptly as possible.
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Modern Unilorites,

The Leadership of the Union was present today at the official handing over ceremony of the completed projects by the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing under the Intervention Programme on Internal roads of Federal Tertiary Institutions.

The commissioning of the project which is the just completed rehabilitation of internal roads at the University of Ilorin which links to the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital(UITH) was graced by several dignitaries including the Honorable Minister for Works, the Vice Chancellor, University Officials, Traditional rulers and other invited guests.

In his welcome address, The Vice Chancellor thanked the Federal government for the speedy completion of the project which has proven to be pivotal to the movement of staffs and students between the main campus and the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital through the College of Health Sciences. The Vice Chancellor also indulged the Federal government for further assistance in the rehabilitation of more road networks in the University of Ilorin.

Speaking also on the commissioning, the Student Union President, Faji Tobiloba discussed the state of the roads prior to its rehabilitation and the problems caused by its bad state including limited mobility to Oke-Oyi from main campus and lack of health access on main campus. He however commended the Federal Government for the improved repair and rehabilitation of the road and reiterated the Vice Chancellor plea for the rehabilitation of more road networks in the University of Ilorin.

Modern Unilorites, be assured that we won't renege on our resolve to always prioritize your interests irrespective of the challenges or hurdles. It is our duty and we shall uphold it at all times.
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Modern Unilorites,

To begin with, we give thanks to the Almighty God for blessing us with the opportunity to be inaugurated as the 35th Student Union Executives of our great University. It is indeed a landmark and golden privilege for us. It is also important that we thank you all for gracing the inauguration ceremony. Your presence shows solidarity and support for us and we duly appreciate it.

Modern Unilorites, It is with utmost humility and appreciation that we speak to you today on our formal assumption of office. We would like to thank all of you today for putting your trust in us to paddle the canoe of affairs of our great union for the next academic session. We are humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust put in us and careful of our true values as a union.

At this juncture, we would like to reiterate our commitment to the fulfillment of our electoral promises. We duly understand that failure is not a choice neither an option.

We assure all Unilorites that The Development-Oriented Administration is resolved to ensure that our yearnings are prioritized, our potentials maximized, our genuine intents amplified and integral developments on campus guaranteed.

Modern Unilorites, it is important to state that in building the future together, we must work collaboratively in implementing ideas that would guarantee the exclusive and inclusive development of innate and extrinsic potentials of Unilorites and our institution at large. We must be ready to chart new directions and implement modern ideas, structures, systems and mechanisms that would positively impact our colleagues and would ensure an optimal performance in all facets.

In respect of this, we indulge the support and firm contributions from all quarters towards the efficient, effective and smooth running of our administration. It can only get better from now.

Thank you and God bless.
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We hereby notify you of the official handing over and swearing-in ceremony of the newly elected Students' Union officials for the 2021/2022 Academic Session.

The event which marks the end of the current administration and inauguration of the new administration is scheduled to hold as follows:

Date: Monday 5th December, 2022
Venue: University Auditorium
Time: 3:00pm

We appreciate focused Unilorites for their support, resileince and trust reposed in our administration for the past eighteen (18) months. We have indeed lived up to the expectations, aspirations and yearnings of our dear people. We have organized programmes, formulated policies and executed projects that promoted the interests of our people.

Although it has been a rollercoaster of experiences and activities for us, we are glad to inform you of the imminent end of the Era of the People Focused administration led by Taofik Waliu (OMOLUABI).
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To address the hike in transport fare from University Park to Post Office/Challenge, the price and sitting arrangement have been reviewed.

Therefore, the transport fare from Post office/Challenge to the University Central Park and vice versa has been reverted to TWO HUNDRED NAIRA (N200) only as against the N250 being charged by the bus drivers while the sitting arrangement will now be four each on the back seats and two at the front seat as against the initial arrangement.

This review is expected to take effect from this morning, Wednesday 30th November, 2022, and we expect total compliance by the drivers and students. Also note that this is a temporary arrangement as another review meeting will hold when the price of fuel might have stabilised.
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Sequel to the sudden increase of transport fare by Korope drivers in the early hours of today, the Union officials met with the drivers' union at the instance of the Student Affairs Unit.

As much as we are aware of the economic situation, scarcity and price of fuel in the country, the meeting resolved that the transportation arrangements should be reviewed.

Therefore, the transport fare from Terminus to the University central park and vice versa shall remain ONE HUNDRED NAIRA (N100) only as against the N150 being charges today, 28/11/2022, while the sitting arrangement will now be four each at back and middle seats and two at the front seat (4-4-2) as against the 3-3-2.

This review is expected to take effect from tomorrow morning, Tuesday 29th November, 2022, and we expect total compliance by the drivers and students. Also note that this is a temporary arrangement as another review meeting will hold when the price of fuel might have stabilised.
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Henceforth, fresh students are hereby required to do course registration before payment of school charges. The students are expected to select the normal courses as appeared on the University portal. They should also note there will be room for correction of any error made during the course registration when the session begins.

However, those who have paid without course registration are charged to remain calm as they will be allowed to do that upon resumption.

The 'invalid login parameters' issue that some admitted students are facing is due to their failure to upload the required documents for online clearance in due time. Affected students are strongly advised to visit the admissions office.
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This is to invite all Union officials, faculty associations, departmental associations, class representatives, stakeholders and focused Unilorites to the Special Congress and Protest Rally organized by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), University of Ilorin branch.

The protest which is against The Casualization of Intellectualism in Nigeria by the Federal Government is expected to hold as scheduled below:

Date: Monday, 28th November, 2022
Time: 10:00am prompt
Venue: ASUU Secretariat, University of Ilorin
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