RUGIPO honours Kayode Afolabi, Ado Adeboye with meritorious award

By Kayode Afolabi & Ado Adeboye

Ex-students of Rufus Giwa Polytechnic Owo, from Mass Communication Department , Ado Adeboye Philip and Afolabi Kayode Olumide have been conferred with an award of merit by the Nigeria Union of Campus Journalist (NUCJ), Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, (RUGIPO), Owo chapter.

Ado Adeboye Philip was honoured with an award of Most supportive press instructor of the year while Afolabi Kayode Olumide with an award of service to humanity in News gathering and dissemination.

The duo were honoured on Friday at RUGIPO Press Council week celebrations and handover ceremony with a public lecture delivered by the General Manager of Breez 91.9 FM, Akure, Bashorun Banjo Abidogun (BBA) and his Crest 106.1 FM counterpart, Mr Adeolu Gboyega on the theme: “Integration of Mass Media for Higher Institutions and National Development”.

Presenting the award separately, the Dean of Students Affairs in the institution, Dr. Henry Olu-Braimoh described Ado Adeboye Philip as a vibrant journalist to the core, adding that he personally enjoyed him through his online media platform (Veracity News Online), while the Head of News and Current Affairs, Rugipo FM, Mr Adeola Adekoya described Afolabi Kayode Olumide as a journalist per excellence, stressing that the entire Mass Communication is proud of them.

The duo however thanked the organizers of the event for counting them worthy, stressing that the award will spur them to do more.

Ado Adeboye Philip is the Publisher of Veracity News Online while Kayode Afolabi is the Publisher of Newsline Online News.

Published by WonderLady

Journalist, Educationist, Writer, Human Rights Advocate

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