Ibogun Vs Main Campus: "I Am Happy I Won It Like My Predecessor" - SkyBoy - OOU Campus Mirror


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Monday, 18 December 2017

Ibogun Vs Main Campus: "I Am Happy I Won It Like My Predecessor" - SkyBoy



The sport director of the OOU Student's Union Government, Comrade Dada Abayomi (SKYBOY) has expressed his delight in winning the football finals of the recently concluded Olabisi Onabanjo University Inter Campus Sports Festival for the main campus of the university.

SkyBoy made this known to Campus Mirror Reporters during an interview minutes after the OOU Main Campus defeated Ibogun Campus by two goals to one goal in the finals of the football competition held on Wednesday evening. "I feel so delighted. My predecessor won it during his time and I'm also winning it here again. I'm very happy." SkyBoy told Campus Mirror.

The versatile football player who played left back for the main Campus team before being substituted in the 75th minute of the game also revealed that unity and oneness was key to which the team was able to achieve victory. In his own remarks, Ayinde Kamarudeen, a student of Economics who scored the winning goal for the main Campus team said that determination and self belief helped him lead the team to victory.

"I am happy and I thank God for today. It is not by my power or by my might because I know God was in control. I believed in myself and I was determined, that was how I scored the winning goal.", Kamarudeen told Campus Mirror.

SkyBoy further urged students to obtain form for the upcoming Fresher's Cup. He promised that it will be fun and entertainment filled.

By Aina Tolulope

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