The lingering crisis in Moshood Abiola Polytechnic-MAPOLY ( now MAUSTECH) deepens as students began day two (2)  of BLACK WEEK in the state capital, Abeokuta. The students who took over the street early hour on Tuesday, December 19, 2017, WP_20171219_11_16_17_Pro.jpgdemanded the commencement of their second-semester examination, disrupting the movement of vehicles and commuters. Having stayed home for three months, the angry students request an immediate action by the state government to have their school activities opened.

Speaking with our correspondent, one of the students opined that; “we supposed to have written our exam on September 18 but ASUP MAPOLY used that as a negotiation tool with the state government. For the past three months, we have not been able to write the examination”.


Meanwhile, another student posited that: “MAPOLY students are not violence-lovers, we are not here for violence. We have warned and given the state government enough time to see to our demands but nothing has been done to date.” He added that “we were at the governor’s office yesterday, but the governor refused to attend to us, rather, he sent one gubernatorial candidate known as Tolu Odebiyi which of course we have no business with. Chief Tolu was even trying to disrupt us, he ordered the security operatives to shoot us.

some of the injured students



Some of the students who also spoke with newsmen have the Chief Security Officer of MAPOLY blame for the violence gesticulated and later led to roadblock and restriction of vehicles on Tuesday. “According to the students; “Our CSO is a traitor, a political godfather, and father to some. He started the problem going on right now. He has always being a problem to the students and just this morning, he injured more than three students at Iyana-Oloke and some were taken to Ibara police station all in the name of fighting for their rights. The police are also part of the problem, they lack the social interaction and deprive students of their rights. They shoot every here and there. But nothing can discourage us”.


Unfortunately, things got out of hand when the security operatives took over ibara, panseke, and agbeloba roads- shooting and arresting both students and passers-by. Some of the arrested innocents were severely beating while some were handled like notorious armed robbers.

The protest which lasted for hours was forcefully stopped at around quarter past twelve (12:15) in the afternoon by men of Nigeria police, mopol, civil defense and vigilante people.

The arrested students and the passers-by were later driven to ibara police station for proper treatment as others pledged never to give up until their demand received favourable attention from the state government.






The students of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic-MAPOLY (now Moshood Abiola University of Science and Technology-MAUSTECH), Abeokuta has declared a Black Week Movement in Abeokuta metropolis over the long unresolved examination palaver going on between the Ogun State Government and MAPOLY lecturers. The students who took the protest to social media reiterated their stand as no “going back” on Monday 18th December 2017. One of the students wrote on whatsapp;  “students’ leaders use this medium to reiterate our stand as regards the “Black Week” movement that nothing shall discourage us as we remain dogged to hold Abeokuta metropolis to a stand-still until we get our exam date”.


The students described the news percolating social media from the commissioner for education, Mrs. Modupe Mujota stating that MAPOLY lecturers are to blame for the unresolved issue at hand as a mere threat and political ‘jorgojorgo’ from the state government. They posited that the students’ leaders had earlier met with the commissioner for education who assured them favourable consideration.

The commissioner, Mrs. Modupe Mujota as quoted (in the last meeting) by the students gave her words as at then, “when NBTE comes and don’t accredit Ogun State Polytechnic IPOKIA, we would commence National Diploma-ND admission in MAPOLY”.

On their own side, the students frowned at the commissioner for education for not keeping her unpolished promise.  They, however, described the state government as playing unnecessary politics and toying with their future.

The so-called students’ leaders concluded that in view of the above, there is no going back on the BLACK WEEK and nothing would discourage them from achieving their protest come next Monday. They also urged their fellow MAPAITES to come out en mass with a touch of black or black clothes, handkerchiefs, identity card, etc as they congregate at skating ground by on Monday.  #EC – IShola Fatolu



Hon. Abass Gbayawu Felicitates with Governor Ajimobi On 68th Birthday

The immediate past Caretaker Chairman Ibadan South East Local government, Founder/President Achievers Group Patron- Awolowo Wheel of Oasis Organisation, Philanthropist per excellent, Hon. Abolaji Abass celebrates with the Executive Governor of Oyo State, his excellency Sen. Isiaq Abiola Ajimobi as he turns 68years.

In his speech, Alhaji Najimudeen Abolaji described the governor as a democratic politician who serves as a father to all. Hon. Abolaji Abass (p.k.a Gbayawu) who joins gazillion of friends in saying Happy Birthday to Governor Ajimobi also wished him a successful tenure as he paddles the affairs of Oyo State to the land of attainment. He urged the citizens of Oyo state to be law abiding and take the development of the state as a collective responsibility. IMG-20171215-WA0002


Republican presidential nominee, Donald trump has said if he is elected president, he may abandon a guarantee of protection to fellow nato countries.

Mr. Trump said the us would only come to the aid of allies if they have fulfilled their obligations to us.

Members of nato have all signed a treaty that says they will come to the aid of any member that is attacked.

Reports say Mr. Trump outlined a foreign policy strategy aimed at reducing us expenditure and involvement abroad.


Nigerian authorities have reacted to the terror attack in turkey, by beefing security at all major airports across the country.
Following the twin explosions and gunfire that rocked the Turkish international airport of Ataturk in Istanbul, killing thirty-six and leaving more than forty others injured, the federal airport authority of Nigeria reacted to possible terrorist threats.
FAAN said yesterday that technological devices such as metal detectors and screening machines had been installed to counter any possible security breach.
FAAN advised all airport passengers to be security conscious at all times and weary of any threats or suspicious packages.
Meanwhile the presidency reacted to the terrorist attacks in turkey, saying it was very sad and wished all the victims to rest in peace.


The code of conduct tribunal today/ yesterday heard the motion filed by the senate president, Dr. Bukola Saraki, asking the chairman of the Tribunal to disqualify himself from presiding over his trial for alleged false declaration of assets.

Arguing the motion, counsel to the Senate President Paul Erukoro said it would no longer be possible for the chairman to be fair to both parties in the suit.

The Tribunal Chairman, while reacting to the allegation of delay tactics by the prosecution counsel, Mr. Rotimi Jacobs against Saraki’s lawyers on June seven said the consequences of the trial and the charges would not be reduced on the accused person by his tribunal.

Erukoro referred the Tribunal to the written address of the prosecution, where they, admitted that the chairman of the tribunal made the statement.

He held that the Chairman of the Tribunal was personally served as required by law, to enable him refute any part of the motion if he so wished, but the chairman did not do so.

The defense counsel averred that the position of the prosecutor that the chairman spoke out of anger and that meanings should not be read into his statement was not admissible and advised the tribunal to reject the proposition of the prosecution that the judgment should be left to the end of the trial because the motion is asking him to disqualify himself from the trial.

He said should he go ahead, it will be assumed that he has taken his decision again, citing the decision of the tribunal on April twenty seven.

Responding, the prosecution counsel, Mr. Rotimi Jacob said he had filed a counter affidavit showing that the prayer being sought was the same trial they have been seeking since the start of the trial.

He noted that considering the motion would mean the chairman taking over the duties of the appeal court.

Mr jacobs observed that the affidavit of concern submitted to the tribunal was not known to law, as the law permits only a reasonable person who was in trial can speak on an issue.

The other member of the tribunal then asked the defence to speak on the issue raised by the prosecution that they want the tribunal to be disbanded.

Mr Erukoro explained that the circumstances would bring to the attention of the executive, the need to properly constitute the tribunal, if the chairman of the tribunal agrees to disqualify himself.

He added that the law makes provision for appointing persons to hear the case.

Having heard both parties, the Tribunal chairman accordingly adjourned the matter for ruling till July thirteen which all the parties agreed with.

President Muhammadu Buhari Returns Back To Nigeria

President Muhammadu Buhari returned to Nigeria yesterday after official vacation in London.

He arrived in Abuja, the nation’s capital, at about five-thirty in evening.

The President had travelled to the UK on June six to rest and also see an e.n.t. specialist for ear infection evaluation.

Special adviser to the president on media and publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, had in a statement said President Buhari’s personal physician and an e.n.t. Specialist had recommended further evaluation of the ear after they had examined him.

On June sixteen, the acting president the vice president, professor Yemi Osinbajo, said President Buhari would return to Nigeria on Sunday.

Vice president Yemi Osibajo told state house correspondents of the president’s return date before the national executive council meeting held in the council chambers.

The Vice President said he spoke with the president and confirmed that he was in good health. 





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“Hypocrisy is the greatest impediment to our liberation” -Moshood Muhammed, 2016
One thing that is peculiar and as well synonymous to every society in the world is the urge and hunger for progress; leaving on its own without much dependence on other nations and societies of the world. This struggle requires and demands several efforts to achieve this lofty dream as a people.
Sometimes, I feel utterly perturbed and regrettably sorry by what has happened to the country of my own. I’m cock sure it is same with many of us who are conscientiously watching events and monitoring the ever-unending but tiring issues unfold in the largest black race on earth. Though, our point of regrets may differ, depending on what is being viewed or considered as aberration or sardonic among the very many myriads of obscurities available for our consumption as members of the social system.
It should sadden the heart of a seriously bereaved and unhypocritical Nigerian that it’s only in this country that things are done awkwardly, against the international and reasonable standard as largely visible in advanced societies.
Hardwork, going by my upbringing as an African nay Nigerian and minimally or to say the least Yoruba culture (not in category but in a generalized rank) which am a descendant teaches that hardwork, morality, humility and other good behaviours are greatly valued and appreciated with good commentaries, eulogies, remarks and perhaps in highest term with awards or and other recognitions of sort. But, what do you say when those practices are fast eroding on our own very soil?
These days, awards and recognitions are visibly and apparently not won on merits. Not only this, chieftaincy titles, offices  and positions, are never won on the platform of capability but rather on trivialities and irrelevances, majorly dominated by affluences, riches and and other materialistic basis and conditions, available to and can be met by only by a few.
This practice, incontrovertibly cuts across all sectors and parts of the country, viz a viz politics, religion, entertainment, education, artisanship, among so many others to mention but little.
Awards have been dolled out to some Nigerians, most especially politicians and the affluents in the country. Recently, Speaker of Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mubashiru Obasa; Honourable representing Remo at the House of Representative, Hon. Ladi Adebutu were both reportedly honoured by City People Magazines. The list is endless as well as categories and series.
Giving the awards is not the problem, but the problem is with the selection and criteria for emergence of the awardees.
More often than not, the process leading to the emergence of awards nominees are not usually in the public domain. If it is, would be open  for public scrutiny and assessment, while enhancing the transparency, and spur others to emulate and learn from them those who are so awarded and recognized. No doubt, this will cleanse the system of the bad eggs while sanity is restored and hardwork would be taken above mediocrity.
Earlier this year, the whole country, particularly the social media celebrated  the ignoble affray between two highly placed CEOs (OLAMIDE and DON JAZZY) in the Nigerian entertainment scene in what OLAMIDE going by his reactions termed as political and unsavoury the rating, nomination and eventual awarding of Reekado Banks of Marvins as Next Rated against his then YBNL’s Lil Kesh.
Ain’t here to judge that award, but the shameless display on that day at the event venue and consequently the social media war of words wouldn’t have occurred or surfaced if things had been openly or say carefully done.
Similarly, Senator Dino Melaye representing Kogi West in the National Assembly in the month of May was  awarded as “Senator of the year” by Abass Akande Obesere, a Fuji Musician. Isn’t that surprising? How did he emerge and what qualified him for that recognition?
This not peculiar to only those highlighted above in this piece, it surfaces and pervades among various individuals, socio-economic and political groups in the country.
The media, by my training have so many functions they play in the society. But, most of these are fast eroding, since the ownership of the media was deregulated and made a free market. Sadly, the media engages in this, sometimes even more than other groups. Can’t stop imagining media organisations organising award, not for ordinary Nigerians or professionals but politicians and affluent. Would there ever be balance, fairness, objectivity, editorial independence and other code of ethics of the profession? Isn’t news commercialization?
Has the society watcher been bought? Will the fourth estate be able to discharge its social responsibility to Nigerians? Nigerians may have to start watching the watchers!
Do I need say the obvious on this? Awards are now a source of fund raising. Pitiably, Nigerian politicians who are supposed to be forthrightly held are rather celebrated and patted.
On the political scene, Nigerians who come out to cast their ballots during polls more often than not do that for the love of the country, while the choice of who becomes what in the nation is left at the mercy of a few people. These people use their discretion and judgement in presenting an “anointed” candidate for election and are usually gullibly supported by unsuspecting citizenry.
A more reason why people, overtime from my interactions can’t but imagine how those at the helms of affairs re-cycle themselves, family members and close allies for those offices. When will it be your turn? This has continued to play out in a country that houses over 170 million people without significant and meaningful changes. Where thou lie the hope this country?
Perhaps, that is why the then Head of Department of Mass Communication, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, Mr. Sina Aina in the year 2015, while commenting on the year’s topic – PR in Management of Electoral Violence in Nigeria lamented during the polytechnic’s annual Diamond Lecture the continuous use of violence by desperate politicians to perpetrate evil, cause havoc, disrupt peace of the nation in bid to winning the supposedly popular people’s mandate through rigging and other forms of  electoral violence. He further said, “elections in Nigeria are never won by manifestoes”.  No doubt, with the obvious and apparent, it sounds more than nothing but the truth. “Anointed” candidates will definitely not be the people’s choice, but they are smuggled in to serve the interest of some cabals, thus the use of violence.
Moreso, Nigerians take their political membership opportunity to shy aware from critical national issues, as a result of their partisanship. As it stands, if any member of a political party is seen to criticize his fellow party member in power, he’s seen as a traitor and termed to be engaged in anti-party activities. And on and on like that.
Nigerians who give dissenting voices to issues are quickly taken up by those I call the political bigots or say sycophants as sponsored propagandists and paid agent. Senator Sheu Sanni got his piece of tongue-lashing when he openly criticized the increase in pump price; even his fellow members of APC were quick to remind him of his sojourn from PDP to the ruling party, describing him as PDP’s mole. But was greatly hailed when he supported the President Buhari’s London travel on ear infections treatment. What a people!
The list is endless.
Noteworthily, I’m not advocating for blind criticism or campaign of calumny, dressed in politics that does not mean good for the nation. Remember, our fundamental human rights have limitations.
As a people who want the good of the country and its people, not forgetting the unborn generations, we have to collectively face, criticize and bring out the best in our representatives, as failure to do so will spell doom for the entire race on this soil.
The president and other elected officials got to office through the ballots. Seeking that they fail is like seeking that generations suffer. As such, our criticism must be conscientiously done to aid the growth of the nation and simultaneously the good of our people.
Undoubtedly, there are so many issues and challenges on table of this nation, yet, the people, regardless of differences are the first set of solutions we need to correct these anomalies. And the right questions have to be asked.
As Martin Luther King Jr. once asserted, Darkness cannot drive out darkness:
only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that. Let’s all opinions and issues relating to the country be purposeful while we remain patriotic in our dealings, for the sole good of this country.
If Nigeria fails or falls (God forbid) as a result of our saturated foolishness and or uncensored stupidity, what shall we tell the unborn generations?
On this note, I say, #DontBringDownThisNationmustNotFall