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FUNAAB Students are the Best in Southwest – Commissioner of Police

Rep. of the Police Commissioner, the PPRO, Mr. Olumuyiwa Adejobi addressing the new students while from Left are the Director, Planning & Statistics, Min. of Agric., Mr. Oyesanwe Adekunle; rep. of the Comm. for Agric., the Perm. Sec., Min. of Agric., Engr. Lanre Bisiriyu; rep. of the VC, the DVC (D), Prof. Felix Salako; the Dean (COLAMRUD), Prof. Segun Apantaku and the Dean, Student Affairs, Prof. Olufemi Onifade.


The Ogun State Police Commissioner, Mr. Ikemefuna Okoye has passed a Vote of Confidence on the students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), saying “They are the only students in Ogun State that doesn’t give us problem”.


Mr. Okoye made this known, penultimate Wednesday during the National Association of Agricultural Students (NAAS) Orientation Programme, held at the Julius Amioba Okojie Lecture Theatre 3.


Represented by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the CP said FUNAAB has a very good name and credibility.

According to him, “FUNAAB is the only University in Ogun State and even Southwest where Cultism is at the lowest ebb”.

“I love to be in the midst of FUNAABites as it is the only school in Ogun state that is not giving us problems as per security”, he noted.

He, therefore, called on other leadership of Higher Institutions in the State to visit FUNAAB and emulate her security system.

Mr. Okoye stated that the greatest challenge in our society is cultism, adding that an idle cultist will inadvertently turn into a criminal.

He, however,  warned new students against  polluting FUNAAB by joining the Cult groups, adding that it is an unlawful society that is destructive.

The top cop did not mince words as he disparaged the activities of some unscrupulous students, who engage in internet fraud, popularly known as ‘Yahoo Yahoo’, adding that it is a criminal offence punishable by law.

Meanwhile, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has declared that Agriculture still remains the flagship of the University.

The Vice-Chancellor, who was represented by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Development, Professor Felix Salako encouraged the students to be good citizens of the country and good ambassadors of the University. In her address, titled, Agriculture: the Stronghold of an Economy, the Honourable Commissioner for Agriculture, Mrs. Ronke Shokefun stated that in most developing countries, agriculture is both the main traditional pursuit and the key to sustained growth of the modern economy.

Represented by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Engr. Lanre Bisiriyu, she said, the growth of any economy goes hand in hand with agricultural progress, adding that it remains the most important key to successful industrialization.

The Honourable Commissioner said Agriculture used to be the mainstay of the economy, as it recorded more than 60% of the country’s foreign exchange earnings, adding that the discovery of oil in commercial quantities in the early 1970s led to the total neglect of the sector.

According to her, “the neglect of the agricultural sector, which is the highest employer of labour particularly in the rural segment of the nation began to create instability in labour market and pressure on urban population and its infrastructure”.

She described some of the roles of agriculture as meeting the basic necessities of human life which are food, shelter and clothing.

Mrs. Sokefun added that agriculture provides employment opportunities, stressing that it has several sub-sectors such as crop, livestock, forestry, fisheries, processing and marketing of agricultural products.

In a related development, the Director, Institute of Food Security, Environmental Resources and Agricultural Research (IFSERAR), Professor Segun Osinowo charged the new students to consider themselves extremely lucky to be studying Agriculture, adding that “I have seen the past, the present and the future; the future belongs to you”.

According to him, “You don’t need to know many things, just pick a crop and be an expert in it”.

He decried the incessant waste of foreign exchange in the country, saying “when N80 is sent back to America on each N100 bread we buy as we don’t produce the wheat”.

“Are you not worried that imported chickens are less expensive to the ones we buy locally”?

“60 years ago, I was a kid and I experienced the best in agriculture, 60 years from now, agriculture is in your hands”, he added.

Earlier in his Welcome Address, the President of NAAS, FUNAAB Chapter, Mr. Okunlola Oladimeji expressed gratitude to the invited guests, saying that inspite of their tight schedules they were able to grace the programme.


Student Body Holds Seminar Series

The HOD, General Studies, MAPOLY, Mr. Bola Babalola addressing the students (Right) at the event. On the High Table from left are Dr. (Mrs.) Funmilayo Oluwalana, Pastor Femi Bankole and some other notable guests.


The African Liberty Students Organization (ALSO), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) has held a seminar series titled: “From Poverty and Serfdom to Freedom and Prosperity”.
In his Keynote Address, Mr. Bola Taiwo Babalola, Head of Department, General Studies, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta disclosed that for an individual to move from poverty to prosperity, such person needs to make use of opportunities around him or her.
He highlighted some key principles of moving to prosperity from poverty which are: Need to live a life someone wants; Be a super saver instead of super spender; Increase market value of your time; Do less better instead of doing it all; Capitalize on the expected instead of being derailed; Own the Market; Limit your losses; and Do it now instead of later.
Mr. Babalola commended the organization for the successful outing and urged them to keep the flag flying.
Also speaking at the event, Pastor Femi Bankole of the Love of God Ministries, Abeokuta said Life is all about movement, adding that everybody needs an access to move from one level to another.
He expressed dismay that out of six billion world population about 1.4 billion still live in poverty, charging everyone to employ the vehicle of work in order to move from poverty to prosperity.
Pastor Bankole advised youths to value work as this is the only panacea to prosperity.
His words, “Whatever you know how to do, do it better and never do a mediocre job. Whatever you do, do it smarter and whatever you do, do it faster”.
The Guest Speaker described FUNAAB as a great citadel of learning which stands tall among its peers.
Earlier in his Welcome Address, the outgoing President of the organization, Mr. Adeniyi Moronfolu appreciated everyone that graced the occasion.
He said that the organization was founded in FUNAAB two years ago as the foremost chapter in Africa and had since grown to over 24 chapters in Africa.
Mr. Moronfolu disclosed that the aim of the organization is to discuss the ideas of Entrepreneurship, Liberty and self-development amongst students of Higher Institutions in Africa.
He lauded the University Management for allowing the existence of student organizations within the campus.
Mr. Morounfolu called on FUNAABITES to join the organization as it will aid their quest for knowledge.
The Seminar Series had in attendance Dr. (Mrs.) Funmi Oluwalana of the Department of Entrepreneurial Studies, FUNAAB and other members from other institutions within Ogun State.
Highpoint of the occasion was the inauguration of the new executive council, which was performed by Mr. Bayo Ogundimu, Staff Adviser of the organization and who is also the College Officer, College of Natural Sciences, FUNAAB.


FUNAAB/ARCN/DfID/DelPHE-5 Tomato Project is happy to announce the existence of ARCN/DfID/DelPHE-5 Tomato Seeds Centre located within the Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory, College of Plant Science and Crop Production, COLPLANT, FUNAAB.  The Centre has seeds of over 150 local and exotic accessions of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill), with various resistance statuses to different disease conditions.

Interested researchers, farmers and commercial producers of tomato are welcome to access the Centre.  However, only limited number of seeds per accession will be provided as the norm is for recipients to multiply the seeds themselves before embarking on the research or commercial production.  So we advice prospective recipients to build the multiplication stage (3 months) into their research and production schedule.

You may contact the Project Research Assistant – Mr. S. A. Ganiyu, Department of Crop Protection, FUNAAB (GSM: 08136392050; Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) OR the Principal Investigator – Dr. A. R. Popoola, Department of Crop Protection, FUNAAB(Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

Dr. A. R. Popoola
Principal Investigator,
FUNAAB/ARCN/DfID/ DelPHE-5 Tomato Project

FUNAAB’s Prof. Wara to Chair NSE Tech Session

The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), will from December 3rd to 7th, 2012 hold its Annual General Meeting and National Engineering Conference at the Government House, Banquet Hall, Ilorin, Kwara State.
A release dated November 10, 2012 and signed on behalf of the Executive Secretary by the Director, Professional Development, Engr. (Dr.) T.M Olatunji (FNSE) informed that Engr. Professor Samuel Wara (FNSE), the Head of Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) has been nominated to be one of the Chairmen of the Technical Sessions during the Conference.
The release further added that the theme of the Conference is “Strategies for Promotion of Sustainable Technology-Based and Production-Driven Economy in Nigeria”.

“Face your Book”, Not FaceBook – VC charges students

Rep. of the VC, Prof. (Mrs.) Bolanle Akeredolu-Ale (Standing) addressing the Girl-Child during the Lecture. With her from left are: Dr. Kola Adebayo; Prof. (Mrs.) Daisy Eruvbetine; Dean, Student Affairs, Prof. Olufemi Onifade and Dr. (Mrs.) A.M Omemu. Inset: Mrs. Bolanle Ogunlolu-Akinyemi delivering her Lecture.


The Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole has decried the high rate at which students, especially undergraduates are concentrating efforts on the popular social network, otherwise known as FaceBook at the expense of their studies.
Speaking at a Role Modeling Lecture for the Girl-Child, sponsored by African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD) and organized by a Ph.D student of the University and 2010 Award Fellow, Mrs. Bolanle Ogunlolu-Akinyemi, Professor Oyewole charged FUNAAB students to sustain the University legacy of excellence by doing more of studying than spending more time chatting on the FaceBook.
The Vice-Chancellor, who was represented by one of the University Orators and former Head of Department of General Studies (GNS) and Communication, Professor (Mrs.) Bolanle Akeredolu-Ale said though internet is good for researches and updating of knowledge, students should stop spending valuable time on the FaceBook and other social network.
In her PowerPoint Presentation, Mrs. Bolanle Ogunlolu-Akinyemi emphasized the need for the female students to value time because it is greater than any currency.
She charged the students to compile a “not to do list”, adding that they should as well desist from procrastination.
“You know yourself more than anyone else, so desist from comparing yourselves with others”, she noted.
She advised the students to learn how to say NO politely and constructively, stressing that they should judge each day by the seeds sown and not by the harvest.
In her address to the female students, the University Counsellor, Mrs. Modesta Ofodile stated that students should convert some of the free periods to private study time.
According to her, such free periods could also be utilized by the students to refresh and also renew their energy.
Mrs. Ofodile asserted that it is an abomination for students not to revise the day’s notes before going to the next class, adding that serious minded students rarely gets into trouble.
She, however, advised the students to manage their time, saying that “if you waste your time thinking there is time, examinations will catch you unawares”.
In another Lecture, the Head of Department, Food Service and Tourism (FST), Dr. (Mrs.) A.M Omemu informed the students of the availability of many Scholarship opportunities beckoning on them.
She charged them to be up to date with information on these Scholarships, adding that they should acquaint themselves with the Student Affairs Notice Board as well as Internet research.

Vacancy for Indigent Students

The Indigent Students Work Study Scheme of the University is requesting written applications from bonafide students, through their respective Heads of Departments, who must be in 200 Level and above and are interested in temporary Work/Study Arrangement.

The application must state the following;

Level of Study
Department/Course of Study
Matriculation number
Last Cumulative Grade Point Average
Mode of Study (Full-time/Part-time)
Mobile Phone No.
The release further added that the available vacancies which are on casual bases are the following;
Security Men/Women
Library Shelvers
Hostel Porters
Farm Hands
Factory Hands
Service Men/Women
All applications should be directed to the Counselling Unit, Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies (CENTS), RM 120, Unity Building B, not later than two weeks from the date of publication.

Matriculation Ceremony Holds Wednesday

The matriculation ceremony of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) holds on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at Professor Mahmood Yakubu Lecture Theatre by 9.00am prompt.
According to a statement made available to FUNAAB Bulletin by the Exams and Records Unit, over 3,000 students will be matriculated.
The matriculation ceremony will hold under the auspices of the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole, who is also the Chairman of the occasion.
Expected at the ceremony are Principal Officers, Deans, Directors, Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff, Matriculating students and their parents.

Write Your Will Now! - Leadway Pension Advises FUNAAB Staff

Members of Staff of the University have been called upon, to as a matter of importance write their WILLs now because tomorrow might be too late.
The Relationship Manager of Leadway Pensure PFA Nigeria Ltd; Mr. Gbenga Arowosaye gave the advise at a parley with clients, who are staffers of the University.
Arowosaye noted with dismay that Nigerians and Africans in general have unbridle apathy towards the need to write their wills.
He lamented that while some are not conscious of the need to write their Wills because they felt they have little or nothing to will, others who see the need, have formed the habit of waiting till their retirement from service or private enterprise, as well as when they are well advanced in age before they do their Will.
Worst still, Mr. Arowosaye expressed worry that an average Nigerian has phobia for writing his Will because he often misconstrue it to mean signing his “death warrant”.
Describing the impression as erroneous, the Relationship Manager said death is an inevitable end that will come at anytime, no matter man’s indifference to it.
He pointed out that the best way to demystify and make mincemeat of death is to get prepared for its coming, irrespective of age and social status by writing wills.
Arowosaye attributed the fierce wrangling and unhealthy rivalry among relations of a deceased over inheritance, to failure on the part of the departed one to prepare his or her will during his or her life time.
In order to avoid such squabbles, he advised members of staff and Nigerians at large, to make writing of their will, early in life a point of duty.
Corroborating him, the Assistant Registrar, Pension Unit, Mr. Remi Adebayo said aside apathy for writing of Will, Nigerians don’t take the issue of Pension seriously until they are close to retirement.
Using the forum as a good example, Mr. Adebayo expressed disappointment over poor turnout of staff at a programme that would have afforded them opportunity to ask question on grey areas from Pension Administrators.
Mr. Adebayo stated that ordinarily, he expected massive turn out of staff despite adequate publicity of the programme in the University Weekly Bulletin because “where your treasure is, is where your heart will be”.
He advised members of staff to have a change of attitude over issues bordering on their welfare and future.
Earlier on, the University Registrar, Mr. Mathew Ayoola (JP) charged clients to ask thought provoking questions, in order to get appropriate answers from the Administrators.
He stated that this became imperative because the aim of the Forum was to seek clarities on grey areas and keep clients abreast of information on the Contributory Pension Scheme.

Relationship Manager, Leadway Pensure PFA, Mr. Gbenga Arowosaye.



The completed portion of the road.                                   One of the  uncompleted portions of the road.

The Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA) on Wednesday disclosed that it has neither suspended nor completed works on the reconstruction of the six-kilometer FUNAAB-Camp Road, assuring that the project is still ongoing.
FERMA Resident Engineer for Ogun State, Engr. Alex Mazoya and Progress Officer, Engr. Monday Olaogun told FUNAAB Bulletin in a phone chat that the project is still very much on course.
Engr. Olaogun stated that FERMA is presently doing Linegram, which according to him in lay man’s language means “sideway quarter”.
He pointed out that other works on the road is deliberately postponed by FERMA in order to concentrate efforts on the Linegram.

According to him, “We are on course. We have not left the road.  We are still on it. It is important we concentrate efforts on Linegram, that is sideway quarter for now. Thereafter, we move to the road proper”.

Speaking in the same vein, the Resident Engineer for Ogun State, Engr. Mazoya said FERMA is still working on the road, adding, however, that there’s need to source for additional fund to complete the projects.
His words, “I am trying to talk to my people in Abuja to increase the allocation on the road because we need to complete it”.

It would be recalled that the duo of Engr. Mazoya and Olaogun met with the University Management mid-June, expressing the readiness of FERMA to reconstruct FUNAAB-Camp Road.
Responding, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Olusola Bandele Oyewole described the reconstruction of the road as a topmost priority for the University.
He recalled that the road had witnessed series of patching over the years, pointing out that what was required was total reconstruction, which he said had been a source of nightmare to members of the University community for many years.


CENIP Enjoins Staff to Visit FUNAAB’s Past Events

As one of the steps to internationalise the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Staff have been enjoined to visit some of the past events of the University on the Internet and comment.

A release signed and dated November 13, 2012 by the Director, Centre for Internationalization and Partnerships (CENIP), Dr. Akeem Oyekanmi informed that staff can view the existing sites through Google, YouTube or Wikipedia.

The release further added that staff can access the sites through the following steps;

Step 1:

From your Browser type “www.”

Type “FUNAAB” or “University of Agriculture, Abeokuta”

Click on any of the event and e-mail or inform your friends around the world.

Step 2:

From your Browser type “”

Type “FUNAAB + Wikipedia”

Then click on “University of Agriculture, Abeokuta-Wikipedia”, you can read, edit and modify in order to contribute to the process of putting the University on the world map.

For further enquiry, contact the Director, CENIP on e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or visit the website of the International Scholars’ Resource Centre.

Introduction of JAMB e-Exam, A Welcome Development – FUNAABSU President


The new President of the University Students’ Union (FUNAABSU), Mr. Tope Adesipo has described the introduction of Electronic Examination by Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) as a welcome development.

Mr. Adesipo who made this known in a chat with FUNAAB Bulletin stressed that the introduction of e-Exam by the board will curb malpractices of any kind.

He appealed to stakeholders in the education sector, especially the government, to look into ways of upgrading the internet facilities of the board, in order to guard against incessant network problem.

The FUNAABSU President highlighted his focus as including provision of quality and efficient representation of the students, to bring innovations that will help them in various ways and to bring transparency and accountability into the Union’s dealings as Students Leaders.

According to him, “I intend to be known as President who is accountable to the students, who empowers students in various ways, by imbibing entrepreneurial skills. Also, to be known as President who give fellow students the needed voice they need and to make sure that students feel like a major stakeholder in the University”.

On the issue of cultism and other social vices in the nation’s Ivory Towers, Mr. Adesipo noted that poverty and unemployment are the major contributory factors, which requires government’s urgent attention.

He stressed that about 70% of Nigerians are living in poverty according to the latest report of National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), charging his fellow colleagues not to be involved in any social vices.

The FUNAABSU President called on government, other well meaning Nigerians and stakeholders in the education sector to organize sensitization and re-orientation programme, as well as public lectures for the students populace from time to time, in order to let them know the dangers associated with social vices.

He gave kudos to the Executives of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) for organizing a public lecture during the 31st Anniversary of the Association, during which Professor (Mrs.) Elizabeth Balogun, wife of the immediate past Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Oluwafemi Balogun spoke about prostitution and the way out.

In the area of Sports, Mr. Adesipo said his administration will ensure that students are more involved in sporting activities which will arouse their interests.


Indigent Students Work Study Scheme Vacancy

Applications are hereby invited from bonafide student of the University who are interested in Work Study arrangement. The available vacancies on casual bases, are in the following areas:

•    Security men/women

•    Library shelvers

•    Hostel Porter

•    Cleaners

•    Farm hands

•    Labourers

•    Factory hands

•    Service men/women

•    Ushers

Method of Application
Interested students who must be in 200 Level and above should apply in writing through their respective Heads of Departments, stating the following:

  • Level of study
  • Department/ Course of study
  • Matriculation number
  • Last Cumulative Grade Point Average
  • Mode of study (Full-time/Part-time)
  • Mobile Phone No.

All applications should be directed to the:

Counseling Unit,
Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies,
RM 120, Unity Building B

Closing Date: 2 weeks from the date of advertisement

Leadway Pensure Holds CRM Session on Wednesday

The Leadway Pensure Pension Fund Administrator will be holding a Customer Relationship Management Session on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at the Julius Amioba okojie (JAO) Lecture Theatre 1.
A release dated November 6, 2012 and signed on behalf of the Registrar by the Director, Vice-Chancellor’s Office, Mrs. Christianah Kuforiji informed that the Session starts by 2PM.

Tomato Seeds Beckon for Research and Commercial Purposes

The FUNAAB/ARCN/DFID/DelPHE-5 Tomato Project Team is announcing the existence of ARCN/De/PHE-5 Tomato seeds centre located within the Plant Tissue Culture Laboratory, College of Plant Science and Crop Production (COLPLANT), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB).
A release dated November 2, 2012 and signed by the Principal Investigator of the Project, Dr. A. R. Popoola informed that the Centre has seeds of over 150 local and exotic accessions of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) with various resistance statuses to different disease conditions.
The release further added that only limited number of seeds per accession will be provided, as the norm is for recipients to multiply the seeds themselves before embarking on the research or commercial production.
Interested researchers, farmers and commercial producers of tomato are to contact the Project Research Assistant – Mr. S. A. Ganiyu, Department of Crop Production, FUNAAB on GSM: 08136392050; e-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the Principal Investigator – Dr. A. R. Popoola, Department of Crop Protection, FUNAAB on e-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Why Students Avoid Engineering Courses - Dean COLENG

The Dean of the University College of Engineering (COLENG), Professor Samuel Adejuyigbe has described the palpable fear of having to pass Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry as a major reason why young school leavers don’t study Engineering courses in the nation’s tertiary institutions.
Fielding questions from FUNAAB Bulletin after the visit of the Accreditation Team of the National Universities Commission (NUC) to COLENG, Prof. Adejuyigbe said female students are worst hit by the development.
According to him, “I think the problem is that when you are coming for Engineering, you have to know Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry”.
“Our young school leavers, especially young ladies see these subjects as very difficult to pass, and as such, they run away from it”, he added.
The Dean however pointed out that, “we have encouraging them and some of them are coming into Engineering profession”.
Commenting on the outcome of the visit of NUC Accreditation Team to COLENG, Professor Adejuyigbe said, “I think it is a good one. It keeps the universities on their toes”.

Dean, COLENG, Engr. (Prof.) Samuel Adejuyigbe

TWO Holds Training Programme

The Top-Notch Writers Organization of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) has held a Certified Training Programme (CTP), titled “Unlocking, Branding and Rebranding your potentials”.
In his Keynote Address, Adegboyega Ogunwale, a Psychiatrist from the Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Aro, Abeokuta who spoke on the topic “Communication: Public Speaking Unveiled”, disclosed that without communication nothing can be done.
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Dr. Ogunwale commended the organizers of the programme and urged them to keep the flag flying.
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