Lasun, Mohammed, Others Brainstorm On National Development In Osun SaturdayLatest News, News From The State Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
OSUN, NIGERIA (AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Nigerian Deputy Speaker, Hon. Lasun Yusuf will be among the alumnus of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Osun State, expected to brainstorm on sustainable national development, this Saturday, May 14, 2016.
on Saturday May 14, leads other prominent alumnus of Obafemi Awolowo University, Osun State to brainstorm on sustainable national development.
The event is part of the three-day annual national reunion of Obafemi Awolowo University Muslim Graduates’ Association (UNIFEMGA) taking place at Oduduwa Hall of the institution.
In a statement signed by the group’s National President, Prof. Wahab Egbewole, Minister of Communications Mr. Bayo Shittu, will chair the occasion while his Communication and Culture counterpart, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, as well as Hon. Lasun are the Guests of Honour.
Egbewole said Prof. Labo Popoola of University of Ibadan, will speak on the theme: “ Sustainable National Development: A Challenge to the Muslim Ummah’’.
Egbewole said the institution’s Vice Chancellor, Prof. Tale Omole will be the special guest of honour while Malam Yusuf Ali (SAN) and Alhaji Rafiu Ebiti are the special guests.
It wwould be recalled Hon. Lasun, Shittu, Mohammed, Ali, Popoola are all graduates of OAU
The President added that the public lecture was part of the Association’s contribution towards national development in the country.
Highlights of the event, which starts Friday, May 13, include special Jumat service, courtesy call to the VC, Annual General Meeting (AGM) and couple retreat in honour of Prof. Morufu Rahaman 70th birthday.
Others include visit to the Ooni of Ife, Oba Enitan Ogunwusi; election of new officers; award of scholarship to students; keep fit exercise, novelty match, visit to UNIFEMGA student hostel projects and multi-purpose OAU central Mosque.
Over 300 delegates are expected to grace the reunion from all the branches both in Nigeria and in the Diaspora.
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