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26 Mar




The Senate of Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti has elected two new Deputy Vice Chancellors (DVCs) to aid the smooth running of the University.

At the Senate meeting held on Wednesday, 26th February, 2020, Professor Patrick Olugbenga Tedela of the Department of Plant Science and Biotechnology, Faculty of Science was elected Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) while Professor Francis Olawale Olajide of the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts emerged as Deputy Vice Chancellor (Development).

The Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Governing Council, Professor Bamitale Omole has approved the appointments of the new Deputy Vice Chancellors on behalf of Council.

The appointments are for a period of two (2) years, renewable for another term.

Professor Patrick Olugbenga Tedela attended the renowned Christ’s School, Ado-Ekiti between 1977 and 1982.  He obtained a B.Sc (Hons) degree in Botany from the University of Ile-Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife).  He also obtained M.Sc. degree in Botany, specializing in Plant Systematic in 1991 from the same University.  He holds a Ph.D degree in Botany from the University of Ado-Ekiti (now Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti).

Professor Tedela joined the services of the Ondo State University, Ado-Ekiti (now Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti) in 1993 as an Assistant Lecturer and rose through the ranks to become a Professor in 2013.  He has served in many administrative capacities.  He latest being the Provost of the College of Post Graduate Studies before the new appointment.

Prof. Tedela, a Fellow of the African Scientific Institute, is a member of many professional bodies and has published numerous articles in reputable local and international journals.  He is married and blessed with children.

Professor Wale Olajide attended SS Peter and Paul Major Seminary, Bodija, Ibadan in 1971.  He earned three degrees (B.A, M.A and Ph.D) from the University of Ibadan.  He holds a Diploma in Religious Study from the same University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti.

He is an astute administrator who has worked across various disciplines such as media, banking, teaching and research.  He is a Professor of Existentialism who specializes in Epistemology, Existentialism and African Philosophy.  Professor Olajide has numerous publications, nationally and internationally.  He often teaches on invitation at a Bible College in the United Kingdom and the Houdegbe North American University, Cotonou, Republic of Benin.

Professor Olajide has served on several boards and committees in the University.  He is also the University Orator.  He is married and blessed with children.

The Deputy Vice Chancellors have resumed in their respective offices.


The Vice Chancellor, Professor Edward Olanipekun has since congratulated them on their new positions.


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09 Mar


The wife of Ekiti State Governor and Chairperson of Ekiti State Gender Based Violence Management Committee, Erelu Fayemi has paid an advocacy visit to Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti to advocate for violence against female students and women in the University.

Erelu Fayemi who categorized Gender Based Violence to be physical, sexual and psychological said that conventional statistics put victims of one or a combination of those forms of violence at 1 out of 3 women.She explained thatGender Based Violence should be taken seriously as it erodes self-esteem and confidence of the victim, adding that GBV diminishes the capacity of women to fulfill their full potentials.

The Chairperson GBV Ekiti State urged the Authorities of Ekiti State University to adopt a zero tolerance approach to all forms of Gender Based Violence and promote a healthy culture devoid of fear and intimidation since women, who are victims of violent sexual crime are afraid to report for fear of stigma, blame and rejection.  Erelu Fayemi pleaded with EKSU leadership and students to acquaintthemselves with the provisions of the 2019 Ekiti State GBV law and encouraged security personnel to take GBV issues seriously.

The Governor’s wife also requested that the University Authorities make financial, materialand technical resources available for the fight against GBV and to give recognitionto the Gender Based Violence Support Club. She thereafter encouraged EKSU management to provide adequate accommodation for female students with a view to making them less vulnerable for GBV.

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Edward Olanipekun appreciated the Governor’s wife and thanked her for the prompt attention given to EKSU female students. He promised that his administration would leave no stone unturned as the needful will be done to fulfill the requests of the Gender Based Violence Committee.

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09 Mar

Academic and Technical Staff Vacancies of the College of Medicine

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25 Feb


Join us as we celebrate our own former Vice Chancellor and Leader; Prof. Oladipo Kolawole, a professor of Political Science, as he delivers the Maiden Edition of the University’s Valedictory Lecture on Wednesday, 26th February, 2020 by 1pm at the University Main Auditorium. The lecture titled Refocusing Nigerian Foreign Policy and Rethinking Pax Nigeriana in a Changing World, will be chairmaned by our dynamic 8th substantive Vice Chancellor of Ekiti State University, Prof. Edward Olanipekun.

We would look forward to seeing you at the occasion.

Thank you.

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10 Dec

JAC 3 Advised to Maintain Decorum

The leadership of three of the staff unions of Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti comprising Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU),  Non-Academic Staff Unions of Educational and Allied Institutions (NASU) and National Association of Academic Technologists (NAAT) under the auspices of JAC 3 has been advised to maintain decorum while making agitations.
The Vice Chancellor of the University,  Professor Edward Olanipekun gave the advice while reacting to the action of the unions to drive staff out of their offices after their joint Congress meeting held earlier today.
The unions were protesting the sack of some staff by the Governing Council following the consideration and  approval of the staff audit report.
According to the Vice Chancellor, management would not watch and allow the unions to take laws into their hands by preventing those with legitimate businesses on campus to transact their businesses.
There are laid down procedures to be followed under the labour law in  particular if staff unions want to withdraw their services which have not been followed in this case by JAC 3.
Professor Olanipekun also frowned at the situation where law-abiding staff were being driven out of their offices and described the attitude as unethical.
He, therefore, appealed to staff and students to go about their normal duties, while warning that the leadership of JAC 3 would be held responsible in the event of any breakdown of law and order in the University community.
Bode Olofinmuagun,
Head,  Directorate of Information & Corporate Affairs,
Ekiti State University,
Ado Ekiti.


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05 Dec


The Governing Council of Ekiti State University has considered the report of the staff audit carried out by a firm of external auditors commissioned to  undertake a general auditing of staff in the university. This is sequel to the findings in the Report of the Visitation Panel as accepted by the Government White Paper to the university which noted among other things that there was over staffing, redundancy and personnel misalignment in virtually all the sections of the university and which astronomically increased the wage bill of the University beyond its capacity to pay.
In a release by the University Public Relations Officer, the Governing Council noted the findings contained in the Report of the External Staff Auditors that:
(1) over 600 workers were employed irregularly against university regulations within the period 2016-2018 thereby causing a major personnel disalignment and skyrocketing off the university wage bill by about 100% within two years.  The situation was so bad in the university that it was the monthly contributions of members of staff who belong to some Cooperative, Thrift and Credit Societies in the University that were partly and on a monthly basis used by the then university administration to pay the salaries of those that were irregularly employed and who interestingly refused to join any of the Cooperative, Thrifts and Credit Societies.
(2) 228 members of staff could not produce/show evidence of Primary School Leaving Certificate
(3) there were some ghost workers whose names were found on the university pay roll without being on the university nominal role.
(4) some members of staff presented falsified birth and educational certificates.
(5) some of the members of staff lacked the required basic educational qualification.
(6) some members of staff were illegally retained in the university services after having been due to retire.
(7) there are other cases of over-aged staff.
(8) some others lacked the required basic educational qualification.
Consequently after due consideration of the issues involved, and the overall best interest of the university in being properly positioned for local relevance and global competitiveness, the Governing Council of Ekiti State University has directed that those who were found to have fallen into the categories listed in 1-8 above be disengaged of their appointments forthwith in accordance with the university regulations.
Bode Olofinmuagun
Public Relations Officer,
Ekiti State University

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05 Dec


The Governing Council of Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti has approved the dismissal of Mr. Olola Olaleye Aduwo for sexually harassing a female student and two others for abandoning their duty posts.
Mr. Aduwo, a Lecturer 1 in the Department of Accounting was found culpable of sexually harassing a female student of his Department.
The University Governing Council, at its 135th meeting held on 5th December 2019 approved the recommendations of the Senior Staff Disciplinary Committee (Academic) that recommended his dismissal.
It will be recalled that Mr. Aduwo was captured in a video that went viral a few months ago being molested for sexually harassing a female student.
The University thereafter instituted a preliminary investigation panel which forwarded its findings to the University Management. The findings were later considered by the Senior Staff Disciplinary Committee. The Committee considered the overwhelming evidence against Mr. Aduwo and invited him to clear himself.
 Mr. Aduwo, however, admitted to the allegations and confirmed the authenticity of the report of the preliminary panels before which he appeared.
The Governing Council, at its meeting, approved the recommendations of the Committee that Mr. Aduwo be dismissed from the services of the University with effect from 7th October 2019.
In a similar development, the Governing Council approved the dismissal of Mr Temitope Olusegun Cephas Faleye and Dr. Adebanji Kayode Adegoke with effect from 7th June, 2019 and 11th July 2019 respectively for abandoning their duty posts.
The Vice Chancellor, Professor Edward Olanipekun maintained that the University would not condone any act of misconduct and that the University would continue to flush out bad eggs in the system.
Bode Olofinmuagun,
Head, Directorate of Information & Corporate Affairs,
Ekiti State University,
Ado Ekiti.

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14 Nov


This is to inform students of Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti and indeed the entire University community that the revalidation of studentship exercise which commenced on Monday, 21st October 2019 was supposed to end on Friday, 8th November 2019. However, Management of the University, after a careful review of the exercise, has graciously extended it till Thursday, 21st November 2019. This extension is to enable those who have not participated in the exercise to be fully captured.
Accordingly, students who have already been revalidated should begin to check their names from the Notice Boards of the various Departments.
The venue of the Revalidation exercise is the Main Auditorium of the University.
Management of Ekiti State University hereby wishes to inform parents, guardians, students and the entire University community that the names of all bonafide students that have been captured would be published on the University website. The implication of this, therefore, is that anybody whose name is not on the list is no longer a student of the University.
All stakeholders are, by this information advised to visit the University website to ascertain the status of their wards from Monday, 25th November 2019.

Directorate of Information & Corporate Affairs

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24 Oct


The Management of Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti has explained in clear terms the requirements from all bonafide undergraduates and Postgraduate students for the revalidation of studentship status which is on-going across all the faculties in the University.
This becomes imperative following various on line false reports and incorrect claims that Management is requesting all kinds of backdated payments of fees for the exercise.
The Authority of Ekiti State University (EKSU) has emphasized the requirements for the revalidation exercise as stated below:
1) Evidence of payment of school fees covering all academic sessions up to date;
2) Evidence of payment of acceptance fees at the point of admission;
3) Evidence of payment of Faculty levies up to date;
4) Evidence of payments of SUG, Faculty and  Departmental Associations’ dues for the current academic session only;
5) Students while on I.T., are exempted from payment of smart school fee. Those on I.T. can do the revalidation of their studentship on the completion of their I.T. program, except those who have carry over examinations to write.
Please note that the exercise has been extended till Friday, 1st November 2019.
All students are enjoined to disregard any online information contrary to the requirements indicated above.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Edward Olanipekun has, therefore, called on all students to cooperate with EKSU officials handling the revalidation exercise in order to ensure its success.
Bode Olofinmuagun
Head, Directorate of Information & Corporate Affairs
Ekiti State University


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