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MADE in University of Ibadan is a project with the view to promoting values on which the school was established, as enshrined in its motto: Recte Sapere Fons, depicting knowledge and sound judgment.

Its organising committee comprising Onikosi Olamide, Bakinson Adetunji, Jebutu Modupe, Falaye Tosin, Tijani Dare, Ajayi Mary, Adedoyin Sewa, Adekunle Omolabake, Ajibike Tanwa, Ajibade Kasope and Mustapha Ibukun saw the need to create a platform for students to exchange ideas, learn and network with the alumni of the institution.

Awards were give to alumni that have distinguished themselves in their various endeavours. Some of the recipients were Alfonso Orisaremi, Ohimai Godwin, Greg Odutayo, Oyinoza Bolanle Olusanya, Muyiwa Ademola, Ms. Funmi Iyanda, Prof. I.F Adewale, Dr. Adenike Ogunshe, Uche Nkechi Akom and Prof. Femi Osofisan, among others. James Ajibola Ige, an alumnus of the institution, who proceeded to the University College London, where he graduated with Law degree was given a posthumous award.

Tomiwa Kukoyi, with the stage name, Sage Black, from the department of Theatre Arts was on hand to entertain guests.

Some of the audience aired their views after the event. “It was very interesting. I didn’t just enjoy the music, that was the main thing, but it was massive. In case of next time the programme comes up, I will attend, because I heard great words from great people,” Anu Adedire, 100 level, Faculty of Law.

“The programme was a wonderful one, and being organized by someone I know very well. Actually, the turnout was not encouraging despite the cheap gate fee, but at the same time was wonderful. It is commendable in that it is a way of promoting the name of the institution,” Lekan Awujoola, a 400-level student, department of Library, Archival and Information Studies, stressed.

Olamide, the brain behind the event, recounted his ordeal and challenges: “I faced a lot of challenges. Despite the challenges, I didn’t give up. Honestly, each award cost N10,000, and we produced 25 awards.”

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