Kwara Governor’s Aide, Fafoluyi Honoured As UNILORIN Advocate

Stephen Olufemi Oni, Ilorin

The management of the University of Ilorin has designated the senior special assistant on New Media to Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State, Okayinka Fafoluyi as the institutions’s advocate.

The management said Fafoluyi was honoured for his exemplary contributions to media and public relations.

At a colourful event held at the University’s auditorium, Fafoluyi was unveiled as a UNILORIN Advocate, a result of his commitment to excellence, mentorship, and community development.

The University of Ilorin Advocates Unveiling initiative is designed to honour alumni who have impacted their fields, communities, and alma mater positively.

The initiative aims to acknowledge and celebrate these individuals, thereby promoting their achievements and inspiring current students.

Fafoluyi’s recognition was a reflection of his substantial contributions to digital marketing, public relations, and dedication to fostering the growth and development of the next generation.

The Vice Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Prof. Wahab Egbewole (SAN), unveiled 23 distinguished alumni.

“As advocates, you will serve as our mouthpiece, championing our values of excellence, integrity, and community engagement. Through your leadership, expertise, and networks, you will play a pivotal role in promoting our institution, fostering collaboration, and enhancing the reputation of UNILORIN both nationally and internationally,” Egbewole charged the advocates

Fafoluyi’s journey from a promising student to a recognised leader in his field exemplifies his commitment to personal growth and mentorship.

Egbewole said the honourees’ role as UNILORIN Advocates is not only about promoting the University but also about giving back to the community.

“Your role goes beyond mere promotion. As advocates, you will also serve as mentors and role models for our current students, inspiring them to dream big, pursue their passions, and make a positive impact in their communities. Our expectation is that you will share experiences, offer guidance, and provide opportunities for our students to thrive and succeed in their chosen paths,” the Vice Chancellor said.


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