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Tuesday, 13 April 2021

SB PRINCE DECRIES GOD-FATHERISM



▪️ appreciate political supporters

God-fatherism has become a universal issue in the political development of nigeria as a whole. The politics of god-fatherism has entered the hook and crannies of the nation and has affected the political structure and the socio-economy of the country.


It has also found its way into the universities franchise sector, as SB Prince, a one-time SUG General Secretary aspirant, reveals.

According to SB Prince, his defeat was more on the indignation role God-fatherism played in the last SUG elections held in October 2019.


He said "SUG aspiration is not easy at all, when I first came out, people were asking me who brought me out, who asked me to do campaign, who ask me to put out my banners and that I haven't settled them. It was the same all over the campuses".


He attested to the fact that he did not have a God father and that his intention was to serve the students.

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He suggested and advised that in the next election, candidate who won in majority of the constituency(faculty) should  emerge the winner.


He however expressed his profound gratitude towards every students who supported and voted for him across all campuses during the last Students Union Government election. 


He stretched his appreciation to his department (Business Administration) under the leadership of Dr. O.A Ogunkoya, his Level Adviser, Dr. B.A Hassan, Mrs Sowunmi M.F, Mrs Adetayo and Mr Ariyo. S.B Prince extolls the effort and appreciates also, the Peacesetters class of '20, he said "they are the best".

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