Ibadan Poly Gets Radio Station Licence

The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Oyo State, on Monday, announced that it had secured an operating licence for its radio station from the National Broadcasting Commission, Abuja.

The Dean, Faculty of Financial and Management Studies, Mojeed Lawal, announced this during a press conference to herald the activities marking the 35th-38th combined convocation of the institution in Ibadan, the state capital.

Lawal, who is the chairman of the Convocatiom Planning Committee, further announced that a 72-room office complex built to boost the institution’s Internally Generated Revenue would be inaugurated alongside the radio station by the state governor, Seyi Makinde, on Friday.

He said, “Today’s programme is to avail you of the activities lined up for this combined convocation ceremony. Both Jumat and church services were held on Friday, December 8, and Sunday, December 10, respectively.

“Retd Maj. Gen. Adebayo Olaniyi will deliver the graduation lecture entitled “Leadership Evolution: Empowering Change Agent for a Transformative Future” on Wednesday, December 13.

“On December 14, as part of the activities lined up, a group of alumni of the institution specifically 90/93 set have volunteered to plant trees across the length and breadth of the institution. This will further enhance the beautification of the institution.”

The chairman also stated that the convocation would witness the award of diplomas, certificates, and prizes to the 2018/2019, 2019/2020, 2020/2021, and 2022/2023 graduands.

In attendance were the Deputy Registrar, Exams and Records, Adewunmi Ogunjumi; the Chief Liberian, Kayode Joseph, representing the librarian of the institution; the Chairman, Committee of Deans, Bolanle Oseni and Abiodun Adegbuyi, among others.