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NANS Lauds Barrister Jimoh Ibrahim (OFR)

By Association of Campus Journalists
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The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has commended the Consul general of São Tomé and Príncipe, Barrister Jimoh Ibrahim for his fantastic gesture towards the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University.

The applaud was made by the Secretary General of the association who is also a 300L student of the institution, Momodu Daniel Godson who describe Barrister Jimoh Ibrahim as a role model not only to the students of Obafemi Awolowo University but also to the entire Nigerian students.

He thanked him for his development strides in contributing positively to the education sector of the country and his attempt to salvaging the decadence in the sector. Comrade Godson noted that the pulchritudinous postgraduate college donated by the business mogul cum political juggernaut will definitely add value to Obafemi Awolowo University and allow the university to maintain its greatness in Nigeria and compete favourably with other world-class institutions.

The secretary general also appreciated him for remembering his alma mater and argued that his kind gesture would definitely set the stage and template for other alumni who have neglected the institution. He prized his zest for contributing to the development of the students and declared that the National Association of Nigerian Students would remain grateful to him for his peerless and unmatched contribution to the university.

Meanwhile, Com. Godson used the medium to charge other alumni to stand up to the task by emulating Barr. Jimoh Ibrahim and also assist the university's Vice Chancellor, Prof. Bamitale Omole in his quest to making OAU the leading African university and one of the world's most respected universities.

He concluded by appreciating the Lagos State governor, Barr. Babatunde Fashola for his unwavering efforts at providing an Independent Power Plant that would ensure a 24-hour power supply in state-owned tertiary institutions in Lagos State.