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The Guardian’s Special Focus

7 Jul 2022
Since its establishment in July, 1982, the Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), formerly known as Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye, has carved a niche for itself as one of the foremost institutions in Nigeria. OOU has lived up to the purpose for which it was established to “be a world-class University comparable to any other, engaged in imparting contemporary knowledge, using high-quality facilities and multi-disciplinary approaches, to men and women of all races, as well as generating new ideas and intellectual practices relevant to the needs of its immediate community, Nigeria and the world at large”.

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