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Osun Pupil Leads Winners WAEC Awards

Oginni, Olalude and Ibekwe

Oginni, Olalude and Ibekwe
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A pupil from Osun State leads other girls in the harvest of laurels at this year’s West African Examination Council awards, CHARLES ABAH writes

Seventeen-year-old Folafoluwa Oginni has emerged the overall best pupil in the May/June 2012 West African Senior School Certificate Examination. She led two other girls to lift the prestigious West African Examinations Council National Distinction/Merit awards.

The Council honoured them during its Nigeria National Committee 51st Annual General Meeting held in Owerri, Imo State on Thursday.

Oginni scored Grade 1 in all her eight subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.

By the feat, the Osogbo, Osun State-born lad has become the current holder of WAEC’s national distinction/merit award. The Council instituted the award in 1984 to encourage academic excellence.

Oginni, who attended Our Lady and St. Francis Catholic College, Isale-aro, Osogbo, with examination number 4303013/087, also had Grade 1 in Economics, Government, Literature-in-English, Biology, Christian Religious Knowledge and Yoruba Language. She has a cumulative score of 653.9318.

Born on December 13, 1995, she attended Folorunsho Memorial Nursery and Primary School, Oyan, Odo-Otin Local Government Area between 1999 and 2000 as well as St. Clare’s Nursery and Primary School, Isale-aro, Osogbo between 2001 and 2006.

With two books -The Joy and Agony of Reaping (2005) and the Despised Corner Piece (2008) – already to her credit, the youngster in 2009 came first in the Junior Category of International Digest Competition entitled “Raising IT champions for 2020.”

She also took the first position in the Caremi Essay Competition to mark the 2010 World Mental Health Day.

The young lad, whose feat has made OSCCO to become the 2012 winner of the Omo N’Oba Erediauwa trophy for producing the best female WASSCE candidate, won the second position in the junior category of the NAFDAC Consumer Safety Club Schools Competition in 2009.

She also came second in the competition in 2011 at the SSS category as well as third in the senior category of the International Digest 2010 contest.

Oginni is at present studying Law at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

On the Council’s second placed National Distinction/Merit award chart is 18-year-old, Oluwakemi Olalude.

Olalude, who garnered a cumulative score point of 649.3797, also obtained Grade 1 in all her eight subjects.

The Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja pupil with examination number 4020617/114, scored Grade 1 in English Language, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography, Agricultural Science and the Christian Religious Knowledge.

She had her primary education at Plateau Private School, Jos between 1998 and 2006.

Hitherto, she emerged the LJC’s overall best graduating pupil for the 2005/2006 academic session, carting away prizes in French Language, Social Studies, Mathematics, Music and Vocational Aptitude.

All through her stay at LJC, she was on the college Honours Rolls having maintained an average of above 85 per cent in her subjects. She also won the LJC’s academic award for the best graduating female student of 2012 set.

The youngster, who represented LJC in the 2009 Mathematics Olympiad Competition while in Junior Secondary School Three, scored 11 distinctions and one credit in the Junior Secondary Certificate Examination in the same year.

Currently studying Medicine and Surgery at the University of Ibadan, the youngster born on May 8, 1995 had also emerged the best in a Mathematics competition organised by the Nigerian-Turkish International College for states in Plateau, Nasarawa and Taraba.

The third placed position went to Anambra State-born Chinelo Ibekwe. She also obtained Grade 1 in eight subjects, scoring a cumulative point of 647.9675.

She had her pre-primary and primary education at Home Science Primary School, and St. Saviours British Primary School, all in Ikoyi, Lagos, respectively.

Ibekwe, who attended Louisville Girls High School, Ijebu-Itele, Ogun State, scored Grade 1 in English Language, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography and Agricultural Science.

Born on April 17, 1996, the Nimo, Anambra State pupil in 2009 emerged the second best JSCE candidate with 11A’s and 1C. She also obtained the third best International General Certificate of Secondary Education result in2012, scoring four stars and 2A’s.

The youngster, who received an award in 2012 for being a voluntary student tutor, again in 2011 and 2012 got an award for outstanding achievement in the American Mathematics contest.

She is at present studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Mississippi, United States.

To be considered for the 29-year-old distinction award, a candidate must obtain Grade 1 in at least seven subjects, including English Language, Mathematics, one of Physics, Chemistry and Biology, and one subject from any of the three sub-categories of core subjects.

In addition, the candidate must obtain a minimum of Grade 6 in at least one subject from each of the core subject sub-categories.

Candidates are considered under the Merit awards only if enough participants do not qualify for the distinction awards. The eligibility criteria for the Merit awards are the same as those of Distinction awards, except that a candidate must obtain a grade not lower than 2 in English Language.

The results of candidates eligible for an award should have been obtained at the first attempt and at the same sitting. The grades would also have been obtained without any hint of impropriety.

The first National Distinction/Merit awards were presented in Abeokuta, Ogun State in 1985 to the winners in the Nov/Dec. 1984 SC/GCE, with Abdulkadir Sarki-Abba, a pupil of Government Science School, Dawakin-Tofa, Kano State receiving the excellence award.

Since the first presentation, findings by our correspondent showed that pupils from Queen’s College, Yaba, Lagos, have won the prestigious award 10 times. By this accomplishment, the school has become the highest-winning institution as well as the highest recipient of the Oba Erediauwa trophy for presenting the best female candidates.

Suleja Academy, Suleja is the second highest-winning institution, picking the prize four times in 1992, 1994, 1997 and 2009, while International School, Ibadan, Oyo State has won it three times in 1987, 2000 and 2004.

Meanwhile, Queen’s College, Yaba has also won the Council’s Augustus Oyediran prize six times, while Loyola Jesuit College, Wuse, Abuja has won it five times in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2008.

Suleja Academy, Niger State has won it four times in 1992, 1994, 1996 and 1997.

The Oyediran trophy is given to the school that has the best aggregate determined on the results of its best 50 candidates in English Language, Mathematics and one science subject.

Result details

Oginni

English Language 1

Mathematics 1

Biology 1

Economics 1

Literature in English 1

Government 1

Christian Religious Knowlegde 1

Yoruba Language 1

Olalude

English Language 1

Mathematics 1

Biology 1

Chemistry 1

Physics 1

Geography 1

Christian Religious Knowlegde 1

Agricultural Science 1

Ibekwe

English Language 1

Mathematics 1

Biology 1

Chemistry 1

Physics 1

Geography 1

Further Mathematics 1

Agricultural Science 1

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35 Comments for “Osun Pupil Leads Winners WAEC Awards”

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  2. awoko

    WHAT IS YOUR OPINION CAN?

    • Adeyemi

      What sort of cheap propaganda is this, long before aregbe joined politics. Our lady and saint Francis catholic college(a private school in the state) have been once crowned the 8th overall best secondary school in the country. And oginni is not d 1st candidate of the school to ve recorded overall distinction. I am a proud alumni of the school, graduated in 2004 and I ve all distinction in 9 subjects and 6 grade 1. So it is a familiar thing for the school and not aregbe reforms

    • PA JAMES

      Oscco is best known for this. Catholic schools are the pride and joy of Christian Association of Nigeria. That the best school in Nigeria is christian schools is something to glory about. Therefore OSUN STATE needs to consult CAN for better understanding on how to run schools.

  3. lolu

    Awoko am not CAN but you can read very well that she has been performing excellently before your government education reform. so think before you write.

  4. remi

    Aregbe’s reform is well appreciated, but the great school (our lady and st Francis catholic college, I sale aro , osogbo) should be celebrated and the glory should be given to whom it is due. OSCCO family ,total formation.

  5. afolabi

    Oginni Folafoluwa of our lady and St Francis Catholic College emerges the best in WAEC 2012.She is a student of a private school in osun state.

  6. afolabi

    OSCCO is indeed a great school! Best female Student in Nigeria, Best student overall and best school WAEC 2012,
    1st, 2nd and 3rd positions in NECO 2012 Examination in OSUN state, them go hear am!!!! OSCCO family!!!! TOTAL formation. Congrats to all great formators.
    OSCCO is indeed a great school! Best female Student in Nigeria, Best student overall and best school WAEC 2012,
    1st, 2nd and 3rd positions in NECO 2012 Examination in OSUN state, them go hear am!!!! OSCCO family!!!! TOTAL formation. Congrats to all great formators!

  7. faniran

    I am glad to be a part of this great family and I am sure I will not regret my choice. thanx for choosing OSCCO once again. Thank you lord

  8. tayo

    Mr Timothy,I am of the opinion that u should make your findins very well b/4 u post anything,even as a journalist. Our Lady & St Francis Catholic College,Isale Aro,Osogbo has been producing best students in this country and beyond ever before Gov Aregbesola was elected as the gonernor of Osun State .Like u were advised,think before u write

    • Ogah

      Yusufool. Why did you express your high level ignorance and stupidity this way? Must everybody know you are a fool? We already know that stupidity runs in your veins but telling us is a stronger confirmation. OSCCO is a school above board and we are too big for a nonentity like you to gloat over.You see, I don’t like talking much. You should have asked the elders in your household before writing this comment at all.At least,they would have saved you of the mess you have dumped yourself. Pele o.

  9. Omooba

    OUR LADY AND SAINT FRANCIS CATHOLIC COLLEGE IS OWNED BY CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF OSOGBO. IT IS NOT FUNDED BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT, THE STUDENTS THERE NEVER RECEIVED OPON IMON FROM OSUN STATE GOVERNMENT. IT IS VERY SAD AND SMACK OF FRAUD FOR ANY ONE TO ATTRIBUTE THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL TO ANY FORM OF IMPUT FROM AREGBESOLA’S ADMINISTRATION. LET OSUN STATE GOVERNMENT TAKE CREDIT FOR WHATEVER IT MAY ACHIEVE, BUT THE CREDIT OF THIS EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE IN WAEC IS PRIVATE INITIATIVE, THE CREDIT IS TO THE GLORY OF GOD THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, AND BRILLIANT GIRL OGINNI.

  10. Anonymous

    Oginni Folafolu is a product of Our Lady and St Francis Catholic College Iale Aro,Osogbo.( OSCCO ).The said school is a Catholic private school and not a public school in Osun state.

  11. Mrs Musa J.O Nee Olopade

    Oginni Folafolu is a product of Our Lady and St Francis Catholic College Iale Aro,Osogbo.( OSCCO ).The said school is a Catholic private school and not a public school in Osun state.

  12. Olasinde, F.O

    We want to appreciate the best of Aregbesola’s education reforms. It is however pertinent to state here that the reform has not been vindicated as posted in the Osun Defender by Timothy Jebetioluwa. OGINI, Folafoluwa Mary’s achievement in the examination under review is not a product of the said edu. reforms. Fola was a student of a Catholic Mission School – Our Lady and St. Francis Catholic College, Isale-Aro, Osogbo. The Opon Imo, the free school feeding programme and the school reclassification and all sort have no impart in the achievement we are celebrating at the moment. I think it is necessary for Ogbeni Aregbesola to call his media men to order. they don’t just need to make unnecessry issue where there is non. Where was Aregbesola’s Education reform by the time the girl sat for the exam in June 2012? Meanwhile, ‘Awoko’, you need to know that this feat has been achieved by the support of CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (CAN). Ise ti won ba ran yin, e maa jee mo.

    • AJAYI

      Mr osun defender,how did u get employed in that newspaper organization? So u dont know d difference between public and private organisation? You are a disgrace 2 urself and the newspaper u are workin for.please as from now,let every bit of what u write pass through your editor in order not 2 put ur newspaper 2 shame,you understand?…. MR EYE SERVICE……..

  13. Anonymous

    Genesis 37:18-20…..|……Pastor Sam Adeyemi
    Everyone has challenges, whether financial, emotional, physical, relational, educational etc. No one lives a perfect life. The difference is how you respond to the challenges of life. In the face of adversity, some develop wings, others go for crutches. Some people use their “handicaps” as crutches, that is, what to lean on as an excuse for not realising their potentials; while others look within themselves and leverage on the power of imagination to create new levels for themselves. That was the case of Joseph, the eleventh son of his father and his favourite child.

  14. AFOLABI

    Genesis 37:18-20…..|……Pastor Sam Adeyemi
    Everyone has challenges, whether financial, emotional, physical, relational, educational etc. No one lives a perfect life. The difference is how you respond to the challenges of life. In the face of adversity, some develop wings, others go for crutches. Some people use their “handicaps” as crutches, that is, what to lean on as an excuse for not realising their potentials; while others look within themselves and leverage on the power of imagination to create new levels for themselves. That was the case of Joseph, the eleventh son of his father and his favourite child.

  15. Ogah

    Journalists,I suppose,are avid readers,but the writer of this story is far from being one.I am sure he did not even read the story published in the Punch Newspaper. He was too preoccupied with the sentiment of having to be the first to publish this success story and so,he probably did not take his time to see that the said student graduated from Our Lady & St. Francis Catholic College, OSCCO.FOR RECORD PURPOSE, OSCCO IS A PRIVATE MISSION SCHOOL THAT HAS NO AFFINITY WITH AREGBESOLA’S REFORM OR HIS OPON IMO BUSINESS. Come, did your editor see this story before you published it? I’m sure you stubbornly smuggled this story into the headlines in spite of his instructions because no sensible editor will allow this sham. As for Opon Imo,it came to play in 2013;the glory we celebrate today is a product of the WAEC exams conducted in 2012. I don’t want to talk much.My advice: Learn to give room for reason rather than emissions. That is the mark of maturity.

  16. ODEDIRAN

    OYE KI AMA RONU PE BI ENIKAN BA MO ORO SO OYE KI O MO PE AWON TO MO ORO GBO NAA WA REPETE. ISE AKONI TI OGINNI FOLAFOLUWA SE KO NII SE PELU IJOBA OGBENI AREGBESOLA TO SO PE OUN PIN OPON IMO FUN AWON OMO BII OGOTA LAARIN EGBELEGBE AWON OMO ILE IWE GIRAMA NI IPINLE OSUN. TOBA RI BEE IJO AGUA TO JE OLUDASILE ILE IWE OUR LADY AND SAINT FRANCIS CATHOLIC COLLEGE ISALE ARO OSOGBO ATI OLORUN OBA LO YE KI AREGBESOLA GBE OSUBA FUN KII SE IJOBA RE TI KO MO YALA OMO TO SE ASEYORI YII TABI ILE IWE TO TI JADE. adye funfun to fe wole to n bere niyin.

  17. ODEDIRAN

    OYE KI AMA RONU PE BI ENIKAN BA MO ORO SO OYE KI O MO PE AWON TO MO ORO GBO NAA WA REPETE. ISE AKONI TI OGINNI FOLAFOLUWA SE KO NII SE PELU IJOBA OGBENI AREGBESOLA TO SO PE OUN PIN OPON IMO FUN AWON OMO BII OGOTA LAARIN EGBELEGBE AWON OMO ILE IWE GIRAMA NI IPINLE OSUN. TOBA RI BEE IJO AGUDA TO JE OLUDASILE ILE IWE OUR LADY AND SAINT FRANCIS CATHOLIC COLLEGE ISALE ARO OSOGBO ATI OLORUN OBA LO YE KI AREGBESOLA GBE OSUBA FUN KII SE IJOBA RE TI KO MO YALA OMO TO SE ASEYORI YII TABI ILE IWE TO TI JADE. adye funfun to fe wole to n bere niyin

  18. KOLAWOLE

    The distribution of OPON IMO started after WAEC has finished marking the 2012 exam, how come the brilliant result of Oginni be linked to the distribution of OPON IMO. This is nothing but looking for cheap publicity. If agba Osun has eaten dodo hence cannot speak ododo the youths will not keep quiet. It is stupidity refering to CAN. The first salvo has been fired, more to come.

  19. Adeniran Julianah Adeoti

    Pls. read today’s punch. OSCCO on top.

  20. Ejiofor Evangeline-Rose Ngozi

    Our Lady and St Francis Catholic College, Isale Aro Osogbo Osun State produces BEST STUDENT in WAEC May/ June 2012 in Nigeria!!! Wow Join us today as we celebrate. The School Motto says Ex Parvo Magus- out of little comes much. We are proud of you Ogini Fola. Our daily morning devotions, midday prayers n monthly Masses made the difference. God is Good. OSCCO family!!!!!

  21. Haconjy

    @anonymous, awoko and others (aregbe) supporters
    you see now, all these student success are associated with missionaries schools that are not osun and opon imo afflicted, be wise, return the glory of christian to them, they are always the leaders in schools, please AREGBE return the missionaries schools o o o. This is not as a result of OPON IMO and Aregbe’s Policy

  22. Haconjy

    Leaves Political matter out of it, should a CAN comes out now and go against what he claims here to be his handiwork

  23. Joel

    Political Journalism at work!!! Keep on publishing rubbish Osun Defender, all in the name of praising the governor. This story is a mockery of jounalism.

  24. yusuf

    you Christian you are just a disgrace to your organization, we have been hearing of your examination malpractice. No wonder that you usually got A’s in your WAEC $NECO results. please amend your correction. For the state of government,they are just saying their own, aregbesola administration didn’t impact on private school.

  25. Anonymous

    Mr yusuf,instead of u 2 face reality,u mentioned christian organisation.You are a disgrace 2 urself nd ani organisation u are.do u have any good thing in ur own organisation? NO…If u dont know what 2 say or u cannot praise those that are doing well,u better keep ur mouth shut, OSCCO has never been involved in any exam malpractices…If u want 2 know more,u can come over during any external examination either NECO or WAEC…..ELENU RAZOR….

  26. tayo

    @ Mr Yusuf,you do not have to say what you don’t know. If you don’t know,ask those that do. A js one student in Oscco knows that examination malpractice is forbidden in this school. If a student is caught cheating in an internal exam,the student would either be sent away from the school or asked to repeat that class,no matter how brilliant the student is or how influencial the parents might be. Oscco is an open book. Nothing to hide. The supervisors that are posted to Oscco during external exams always say that Oscco students do not trouble them. I believe you know what that means.

    • Ogah

      Yusufool. Why did you express your high level ignorance and stupidity this way? Must everybody know you are a fool? We already know that stupidity runs in your veins but telling us is a stronger confirmation. OSCCO is a school above board and we are too big for a nonentity like you to gloat over.You see, I don’t like talking much. You should have asked the elders in your household before writing this comment at all.At least,they would have saved you of the mess you have dumped yourself. Pele o.

  27. Olasinde Festus, VP Admin, OSCCO

    OSCCO’S SUCCESS HAS NO LINK WITH AREGBESOLA’S EDUCATION POLICY AS CLAIMED
    – Festus Olasinde (Vice Principal Administration)
    We have waited enough for an official statement from Osun Defender dissociating itself from Timothy Jebetioluwani’s misleading article on the above subject matter. But none has come. It is therefore obvious that both Timothy and Osun Defender are partners in the crime of deceit. It was appalling and disturbing to read on Osun Defender’s post online on Friday 29th November, 2013 that the success of Oginni, Folafoluwa Mary in the WASSCE 2012 as the First Prize National Award Winner, was a product of the State Government’s education reform. The said write-up acclaimed this feat as the output of ‘Opon Imo’ (the Tablet of Knowledge), free school feeding programme and school re-classification.
    It must be stated clearly here that while, in conscience, it is too early for anyone to properly assess the various efforts put in place by the present administration to improve the standard of education in the state, it is fraudulent to arrogate such success to any State intervention either. There is no way any of the so-called reform agenda could have influenced the good performance of Oginni Folafoluwa in the said examination. In the first instance, the girl attended Our Lady & St. Francis Catholic College, Isale-Aro, (OSCCO), Osogbo (a Catholic Private Mission School), where students are not in any way beneficiaries of the benefits being provided for students in Public Schools, despite the fact that they are equally children of the State who will develop the society together. The money being spent on the children in Public Schools belongs to the State- it is our common fund. Moreover, the parents of the children in Private Schools equally pay tax to the State coffers. It is therefore unimaginable that children in Private Schools should suffer such discrimination. Secondly, the said examination was taken in May/June, 2012 and apart from the noisy propaganda which heralded it emergence, the Opon Imo was launched by the State Government on Monday, 3rd June, 2013. It is appalling that a Journalist, whose primary duty should be to uphold, propagate and defend the truth, would, for any personal gain, lie and mislead the public. Mr Timothy Jebetioluwani also attributed the feat of Folafoluwa to the school feeding programme. Let him and the Osun Defender be reminded that the free school feeding programme is only available for pupils in the Public Elementary School.
    It is a pity that what has characterized politics for some time now in Nigeria is mere propaganda in its negative sense. This is also becoming a common thing with journalism. One would expect an official statement from Osun Defender, probably from the editor, dissociating itself from such lie by Timothy. From all indications, the paper is an accomplice in spreading falsehood. If a Daily has, in name, chosen to defend something or a cause (Osun Defender), I suppose what should be defended is the Truth. This is a disgrace to journalism and to Osun Defender in particular.
    It is noteworthy that the College, founded in 1993/94 Session, is striving to live up to the aim of its founding fathers, namely, to offer holistic Secondary Education to the teaming pupils of Nigeria irrespective of gender, race or creed. The College has been turning out students with brilliant performance so much that the College has ranked among the ten best Secondary Schools in Nigeria since year 2002 and second to none in Osun State. In 2010, the school was recognized as a viable institution for training gifted pupils by the International Academy for the Gifted LTD/GTE by virtue of the performance of the students in WASSCE May/June, 2009.
    Furthermore, the College is known for academic and moral excellence and has consistently won laurels in several academic and non academic competitions. Some of such laurels include:
    1. Certificate of Merit by the National Mathematical Centre, Abuja for producing two national winners at the competitive examination in Mathematics in 1998.
    2. Merit Award for Overall best School in Chemistry in Osun State, 2007 by National Mathematical Centre, Abuja.
    3. National Winner of the NAFDAC Consumer Safety Club Schools competitions (Junior Category), 2009 and won at the senior category of the same competition in 2011.
    4. 2010 National Secondary Schools Essay Competition Award Presented to OSCCO for emerging 2nd Position at Nigeria at 50 Celebrations in 2010.
    5. The distinguished Merit Award for Academic Excellence by Home Affairs Magazine (2004).
    6. Nigerian Mathematics & Sciences Olympiads for best School in Junior Mathematics by National Mathematical Centre, Abuja (2012).
    7. National Environmental Sanitation Day’s Art Competition for coming 1st in the year 2007 (@ Junior Category) by Osun State Environmental Protection Agency.
    8. Award of Excellence for producing the second best candidate in Osun State at NECO SSCE in June/July, 2012 by: Learn Africa Education Development Foundation.
    9. American Mathematics Competitions: We won Gold, Silver and Bronze medals at the various levels of the competitions. One of our students attained a Global Mention status in the competition.
    10. MacMillan Team Spirit Competition: The College has won it since inception in 2009/2010 Session except for 2012/2013 that it was not held.
    11. Awards of Excellence for producing the Overall Best Candidate (Odeyemi Ibukun), Second Placed Candidate (Anifowose Emmanuel) and Third Placed Candidate (Alabi Hamdalat) in Osun State at NECO SSCE in June/July, 2013.
    We give glory to God Almighty for these great achievements. We want to state categorically that God has been so gracious to the school since inception till now. We give it all back to Him. We equally appreciate our Proprietor, His Grace, Most Rev. Gabriel Abegunrin, the Archbishop of Ibadan and Apostolic Administrator of Catholic Diocese of Osogbo for his care, love and support. We thank our committed teachers, parents and students. We felicitate with the award winners and their families for the various successes. We thank all those who have refuted the falsehood published above by Osun Defender. May the Lord bless us all and make the success permanent in our lives. Amen.
    OSCCO Family – Total Formation

    • Muinat Omidiora

      We are sincerely sorry for this loose-canon “crime”

      Timothy has been sacked and the said article has been corrected. We have sent a comprehensive formal letter of apology to the authorities of Our Lady & St Francis Catholic College, Isale Aro, Osogbo.

      Thanking you in anticipation of your forgiveness and future ethical collaboration and dissemination of TRUTH in this calling.

      SIGNED:

      Muinat Omidiora
      Secretary to the newly constituted Online Editorial Board of Osundefender.org

  28. yemi

    AM SORT OF WORDS…. HOW WOULD YOU HAVE ACRUED OGINNI’S SUCCESS TO AREGBESOLA’S POLITICAL ‘BRUHAHA’.YOU OUGHT TO HAVE SIEVED YOUR ARTICLES BEFORE THEY WERE RELEASED….. WHAT DOES A PRIVATE SCHOOL NEEDS TO DO WITH DILAPIDATED PUBLIC SCHOOLS? OGINNI IS A P

  29. Anonymous

    Congratulationss to our brilliant Folafoluwa

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