SUG 2018/2019 Election: Akadiri Bayonle Emerges As New President


The Polytechnic, Ibadan on the 12th September, 2018 conducted her Students’ Union Executive (SUG) election across the 31 departments in the institution.

As it is known that winners never quit and quitters never win, election in various departments went in different ways. While the criteria for voting is meant to be the SUG receipt and other means of identification by the students, students were able to vote in their candidates.

Though the school is not as populated as it was expected to be due to fear of insecurity, the school management provided maximum security all over the school vicinity which made more students trooped in to cast out their votes.

Security personnel from the Department of State of Security, Operation Burst, and Mobile Police in collaboration with the school security were the peace holders at the elections.

However, the election was not short of flaws and part of it included little uproar that was experienced around North Campus.

The emerged aspirants of the voting exercise go thus:

S/N  POST WINNER
1 PRESIDENT AKADIRI BAYONLE SEUN
2 VICE PRESIDENT 1 EKANOLA ADEMILOLA O.
3 VICE PRESIDENT 2 AKINTAYO ABIOYE
4 GENERAL SECRETARY JIMOH RAHMON OLA
5 ASSISTANT GENERAL SECRETARY AJIBIKE MARVELOUS A.
6 TREASURER OLANIPEKUN AJIBOLA O.
7 FINANCIAL SECRETARY ADEYEMO BABATUNDE A.
8 WELFARE SECRETARY 1 ADEDIRAN ADEDOYIN
9 WELFARE SECRETARY 2 OLAJIRE YUSSUF ORIYOMI
10 AUDITOR HAMMED SIKIRU OLAYINKA
11 SOCIAL DIRECTOR ADEBAYO TOHEEB
12 PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER 1 ADEWALE SAOBANH
13 PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER 2 AJAO OLAMILEKAN D.
14 SPORT DIRECTOR ODEDELE ISRAEL O.
Credits: PRESS Council, TPI
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6 Comments

  1. The election to me was rig by some faculty which was not a free and fair election because people that where in school was not up to the population that was counted after the voting proc

  2. The election to me was rig by some faculty which was not a free and fair election because people that where in school was not up to the population that was counted after the voting process in the school

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