LASUSU SPC holds 6th edition of National Parliamentary Summit ~Ajasa-Info


In the history of National Parliamentary Summits, this year’s edition was the best and was led by a female

Perhaps it’s a curse. Perhaps it’s only the manifestation of our myopic reasoning. Looks like it’s more of the latter than the former.

As Nigerians, we have a penchant for complaining about everything even when the odds are in our favour. We’d rather complain or die than be forerunners by taking the necessary steps. It becomes more interesting when we have representatives who don’t live up to our expectations.

We’d definitely make sure they rue the day they were chosen to be representatives as it’s become a normal practice to bash underperforming leaders, but when it’s time to play our part, we do know how to chicken out. It is even more heart-rending when youths who are supposed to be trustees of prosperity (of the future) continue to lament whilst refusing to take even the minutest of steps. We forget that good governance will continue to be a philosophy (an abstraction) until concrete steps are taken to realise its manifestation. If we remain so forgetful; so unperturbed, what then, does the future hold for us?

Well, the 32nd LASUSU speaker and organisers of the National Parliamentary Summit look like they belong to the faction of youths that are indeed trustees of prosperity, taking the right steps. Of course, the Parliamentary Summit was one of those ‘little-big’ steps. And, it’s no charade when I say you did yourself a whole lot of wrong by not attending the program.

The National Parliamentary Summit is a conventional summit birthed by the legislative arm of the Union and it serves as a platform for budding legislators and guest participants to meet, network, and learn from their mentors as well as discuss relatable topics and trending issues in the society.

On Thursday, 12th of February, 2023, the 32nd LASUSU SPC held the much-anticipated National Parliamentary Summit Colloquim (the sixth of its kind). A day earlier (Wednesday,11th of January, 2023), a medical outreach and an inter-parliamentary debate was held. The debate saw various parliamentarians-cum-legislators argue the justifiability of the imposition of capital punishment on corruption. And indeed, the experience was worth it as various eye-opening positions were made for and against the notion.

Thursday’s Colloquim turned out to be the icing on the cake for the two-day programme as eminent personalities in the political sphere were in attendance. Individuals like Comr. Ayodele Adewale (Former Chairman of Amunwo Odofin local government and incumbent State Organising Secretary, APC, Lagos), Dr. Seriki Muritala (APC Youth leader, Lagos), Hon. Owolabi Falana (Permanent Board Member, SUBEB), Mr. Adewole Adebayo (Former SSA to the Governor of Kwara State), and others added splendour to the summit by gracing the occasion. Interestingly, all aforlisted (and other invited) guests are all youths trailblazing the path of leadership and participation in governance, and Perhaps with these great minds, we need not worry about the future.

The Summit, from all indications, promised to be the biggest ever organised by a students-led organisation and yes, it surpassed all expectations. From the organisation, to the speakers and invited guests, to the panel session, to the debate, to the topical issues discussed, to the turnout, and the dedication of the Parliamentary Council to ensure the smooth running of the program, the summit is arguably the best of all summits held in the institution (if not nationwide).

In that light, credit must be given to the Speaker and the Council for organising a summit that’d surely be perceived by many as the biggest and best of all student-organised Parliamentary summits.

However, we implore the Parliamentary Council to begin to look to the future, especially at this crucial times in the LASUSU political space and ensure that activities are run as they should as only then can they leave a legacy that’d be remembered by posterity.

Awonuga Mujeeb, Editor, LASU Life Newsletter



Imota Students’ Union presents end of the year Annual General Meeting/ 19th years Anniversary Celebration/Inauguration of Newly Elected Executive/ Award Gala Day.

This is a program organized to bring together the members, executives, stakeholders, like-minded and well wishers of the union together to appraise the programmes and projects for the year under review and make suggestions, and projections towards the subsequent years. As this year will have a new swift of appearance as it will feature an inauguration of newly elected executives, and Award Gala to commend the effort of her members.

The program which is scheduled as follows;

Date: Saturday 31st December, 2022
Time: 10:00am Prompt
Venue: Imota Public Library, Imota.

For more Enquiries Contact;

Comrade Shofowora Samuel Oluwafemi
Chairman, Planning Committee.

Comrade Lasisi Faith Damilola
Secretary, Planning Committee.

Comrade Ogunbowale Olatayo Bodunrin,
Host (President)
09037660377, 07010500373.



The Ikorodu General Hospital, Imota Annex that was known for low patronage was brought alive yesterday, Monday, 14th of November, 2022 as Imota Student’s Union hosts the Day-3 program of ISUWEEK’22 tagged; Free Medical Check Up, Drugs/Health & Waste Management Enlightenment in the hospital’s compound.

The program which is one of the most anticipated in the annual line-up of programs of ISU WEEK witnessed the presence of twenty-six (26) medical personnel which include; doctors, pharmacists, laboratory officials, pharmacists, environmental officials, health educators and auxiliary nurses which attended to two hundred and thirty-one (231) elders which ages ranges from 16 – 80+years and children from 1 – 15years.

First to speak was the Public Relation Officer, Ikorodu General Hospital, Mr. Saheed Yekini, speaking the local dialect, Ijebu, and translating to Yoruba and English, he encouraged the participants to make use of the general hospital in the community, discouraged improper waste disposal culture and also sensitize the people on the need to subscribe to ilere eko, an health insurance scheme of Lagos state government. The people were so happy for the way he speaks and also for assuring them that, they will not leave not until the last person is attended to by the doctor.

Speaking to our correspondence, Comrade Adenusi David Olamide, the Chairman, ISUWEEK’22 Organising Committee said, ” this program is organized to sensitize our people of the dangers of drug abuse, improper waste disposal and also to avail the people the opportunity of a free diagnosis, free consultations with doctors, free eye check up service and free drugs.” Speaking further, he noted that, “most of the people in the community fall under the low income earners, and while struggling to put three square meal on the table, they barely have left over resources to be spent on checkup and other medical services. Hence, the organization of this program”.

The Health Educator from Ikorodu General Hospital, advised the participants to often check their B.P and visit the general hospital equipped with qualified medical professional and updated facilities for checkup and not to wait till they are overwhelmed with health issues before visiting hospital. She also advised against drug abuse and discouraged the practices of going to the pharmaceutical shops without a doctor prescription.

Speaking to the participants, the Environmental Health Official, charged all the participants to be conscious of their environment, because there can only be a healthy living, if the environment is clean. She advised the participants to sort their wastes; the biodegradable to a container and the none biodegradable to be sorted in another container; all should be in a container with covered lid placed at the front of the house.

According to one of the participants who identified himself as Oklaho, he said “this program is one program people always look out for in the community. It gives us the opportunity to see doctors, get health related advise and free drugs. He appreciated Imota Student’s Union for the opportunity and wished every members of the union well in all their endeavours”.

The President of Imota Student’s Union, Comrade Ogunbowale Olatayo Bodunrin appreciated the Director of Ikorodu General Hospital for collaborating with the union. “I’m deeply indebted to the Director of Ikorodu General Hospital for partnering with the union. They supplied us with drugs and personnel and that really boosted our coverage. Also, I want to appreciate all the public and government hospital in Imota and Agbowa that released their personnel for the outreach. More so, I’m also indeed grateful for the presence of His Royal Highness, Oba Mufashir Bakare Agoro, the Ranodu of Imota and the Olufoworesete II.

It is important to note that ISUWEEK’22 programs still continue, and while am so grateful for the kind gestures of our supporters, I also want to call for more supports. We really do have lot of programs and projects that target all age brackets, especially the students in Imota and its environs and we are currently running out of the resources to execute the programs and projects. Hence, we call on all and sundry to come to our aid, so that together, we can build Imota community of our dreams”. He concluded.



The Imota students Union held a walk against social vices as part of one of the activities lined up for their union week, the walk took place 12th of November, in a bid to inform people about the vices and it’s implications.

Secondary students from different schools gathered with placards which says no to social vices; cultism, street fighting, drug abuse, killing, cybercrime, gambling, thuggery, stealing, smoking, improper waste management and indecent dress.

“I want to appreciate everyone present, we want to walk against social vices and we have gotten to a stage where we the students and the youths are not happy about what is happening in our society and we have stood up to walk against it, in doing this, we are making ourselves the solution to the problem caused in our society.” Said by Comrade Ogunbowale Bodunrin.

Dr. Olujimi Adejo, a civil lecturer of Lagos State University and also the Chairman National Association Academic Technologists, appreciated the conveners of the event, and encourages the attendees to make the best use of this opportunity.

“It’s a greater program, to know that we have been faxed with a lot of insecurity in these town for a while now, I think it is a right step in the right direction at this time that will change a lot of vices in this society . The youths should take it upon themselves to do the right thing at the right time despite our failed leaders.” He said

Mr Lekan ogunbowale a director of commerce and industry said that three things in life is very important, accountability, consistency, contentment and humility.

Comrade fasasi Abdulraheem, a former speaker of the Lagos State University Ojo and a current staff of the Lagos State University department of physics , addressed the students and told them they are training themselves on how to stand in the future.

Imota Students’ Union, Unveiled her 2022 ISU Week Logo set to commence her annual program ~Ajasa-Info


Imota Students’ Union (ISU) unveiled her official logo for the 2022 edition as he set to hold her annual programme tagged; ISU WEEK 2022 again. This symbolizes the readiness and preparedness of the union to engage the students, youths and senior citizens in the Imota community through her life-transforming, mind blowing, efficacy and community developmental programmes.

The logo which was unveiled during a Fire Side Chat with this year Chairman Organizing Committee for ISU WEEK 2022, Comrade Adenusi Davide Olamide and ably moderated by Comr. Shosanwo Rashidat. In the chat, the Chairman was humbly welcomed by the moderator with succinct of questions asked as regards the preparedness of the annual week program.

The chairman of the committee while responding to questions, introduced himself and as well other members of the committee for the annual week program as he appreciated the effort of the committee for the preparedness so far. In his further responses he make it know that the picture of this year week is coming in total package after the logo unveiling as he rate the preparation of the union comrades 100 percentage for the commencement of the week.

He concluded the question asked as he appreciated the gingering and untiring spirit of all the union’s comrades, Sponsors and philanthropist for the support in time memory. He as well calls for more support towards the planning and execution of the forthcoming biggest programme of the union to make it success it has been designed for.


He further commended and appreciated the unflinching support/sponsorship the union had been enjoying from our fathers and mothers within and outside the sphere of the community and he also calls for more of their support towards building a better community and students environment.

The President of Imota Students’ Union, Comrade Ogunbowale Olatayo Bodunrin, as well give kudos to the committee for the effort put in place so far, as he charge them more to continually speeding up the process because the audience are with high expectations to this year program. He also appreciated the lover’s and back bones of the union for the all time support and contributions, as he calls for more support from all and sundry towards making this year’s edition of the union’s annual programme a huge success.

The Chairman, thereafter unveiled the Logo and ought all members and the union well wishers to give it a wider publicity GB on several social media platforms to kick start the commencement of the week awareness.



National Association of Ikorodu Division Students Congratulate Hon. Toyin Gafaar Bolowotan as he was reappointed as the Director General of the Lagos State Sports Commission it is a welcomed development by the national organization of all indigenous students of the Ikorodu division across the five LCDAs (Ikorodu North, Ikorodu West, Igbogbo, Imota, and Ijede) and Ikorodu Local Government.

The president of the association, Comrade Kuti Damilare Opeyemi, wrote a letter of congratulations on behalf of the students in which he praised the erudite politician and great philanthropist for continuing to devote his time and resources to the service of humanity.

He congratulated Ikorodu Division, Lagos, and the entire Sport Constituency in Lagos State and added that he was confident Hon. Toyin Gafaar Bolowotan would go above and beyond with this re-appointment.



A non-profit organization, PEPC Foundation set to distribute 5000 school materials to students in Lagos ahead of their September resumption.

The group’s founder, Barr. Luqman Akinsanya, made this known in an announcement video recently shared on social media.

According to him, this year’s edition of the annual Back-To-School project will target no fewer than 5000 students who will be presented with the special packs comprising of needed school items.

The distribution will take place in the Ikorodu, Ibeju Lekki and Alimosho areas of the state.

The exercise will be held on Tuesday in Ibeju Lekki, and the following day, on Wednesday, the train moves to Ita Elewa Youth Centre, Ikorodu, while the distribution for Alimosho will also be held in the week.

Source: Blackbox NG



Once a new technology rolls over you, if you’re not part of the steamroller, you’re part of the road.” — Stewart Brand

As a forgoing about Lijirin Ruth Ayomide, which LiRA was coined from, her foundation has yet again put to use the niche “Catch them Young”, in the sub hub of Somolu LG, were she kicked off her Pet Project for the young lads willing to learn skills in computer training and ICT development which serve as a precursor to its yearly LiRA BACK TO SCHOOL PROGRAM slated for September, which will be its third in series.

The free ICT/Computer training will be an engaging activity for the next 6weeks, were Microsoft, Power point, and other computer programming will be administered to the participants. The lead instructor, Mr. Bashiru Succour Martins had encourage and assured the students of the possibility of what they will gain after the successful completion of the training, he admonished that their major watch word should be that of ” FOCUS ” and that they shouldn’t entertain any fear or distraction in any form.

The Head/Team lead of the foundation, Amb. Lijirin Ruth Ayomide who is also the Convener/Co-ordinator Lagos Youth for Sanwoolu had appraise and charged the participants to be up and doing in the cause of their stay during the training. She maintained that, they should put in their best and be hopeful of what will come out of it in the eventuality. She promise to accord the best graduating student a mouth watering gift at the end of the training.

The training which commenced August 1, 2022 will end on the 1st of October, 2022.



“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.”

At the early hours of yesterday, Hon. Ogungbemi Idowu Samuel ( Sogo Omo Osun ) – Secretary, Ayedaade Local Government, Osun State together with APC AYEDAADE LOCAL GOVERNMENT Chairman – Alhaji. Ramoni Morenikeji , Alhaja. Aminat Amiola – Secretary, LGEA AYEDAADE and Team Members of the Initiative launched the maiden education intervention programme of his movement – Ejeka Sogo Youth and Community Development Initiative in Gbongan and Odeomu, Ayedaade Local Government which is the distribution of Exercise books.

We should do everything in our capacity to reach out to you because “An investment in education and human development is the best” SOGO OMO OSUN said this While addressing the students.


The LGEA SECRETARY, Alhaja. Aminat Amiola as well the Party Chairman, Alhaji. Morenikeji call on the the students to be serious with their studies and wish them well in life.

The Local Government Secretary promised more of Educational Intervention packages to the Pupils/Students as time goes by.

He advised the students to be diligent in their education because there’s nothing good they cannot become in life if they remain focused.

He assured the young minds not to doubt their ability to succeed and he prayed for them that they will succeed in life.

The Programme ended at noon on a good note, The Teachers and Students appreciated the good gesture and prayed for Sogo Omo Osun that he will continue to progress and shine.



Igbogbo Students Union ends the 2022 CHEF in a grand style as the Union marks 100 days in office and its official Inauguration of the Executives and Students Representative Council in the premises of Oba Igbogbo palace.

Children Education Fund (CHEF) Week is usually Organised in Commemoration of the Children’s Day Celebration of students in Primary, Junior, and Senior Secondary School in Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA. It’s a way to know outstanding students in the society and also an avenue to test knowledge of the students based on what they have been taught in their schools.

The Permanent Secretary office of the Special Adviser on Education Mr. Kasali Urge the Union to be a good Ambassador of Igbogbo Baiyeku and take education as their first priority in his remarks
“Anywhere we have program concerning the students, it is my duty as a public office holder to keep encouraging you also being a member of the Igbogbo community”.

“Your role as a student you’ve a vision for yourself, you must have a target this is where I am heading to this is what I want to achieve, you need commitment in everything you do, in end of every term you must come out in flying colors.”

“In Lagos State now we now have two new Universities this shows they are lots of opportunities for you in any of the Universities by the State Government the institutions are LASUSTECH, LASUED,
Apart from going to university you can train yourself with skills.

Mrs. Lawal In her remarks “Take Education very important, Immorality consists of the following Sexual assault, robbery, drug abuse, cultism, examination malpractice, human trafficking, rape and so on.”

“The cause is our parent peer group, social media, and lastly the school.
Social media is a dangerous platform for Immorality, we should limit the use social media, we should reduce the rate of using the internet make it 80 percent educational.”

The President Comr. Temiloluwa Ewulogbo gives account of what the union has done since assumption in office “We’ve given Jamb forms to the indegent students of Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA, we also donated Chairs to some schools we were able to achieve all these success with the help of our Sponsors in Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA God will continue to provide for you all”

Mr. Tolulope Faniyi Chairman the Vanguard and a former President of the association in his own remarks “it should be a struggle by bringing positive results to the community and results oriented for the members of the union and students at large in Igbogbo-Baiyeku LCDA”.

The Speaker of the Students Representative Council Rt. Hon. Kolejo Fathia on behalf of the union appreciates the presence of the Important personalities present and seeks their continuous support in all their programs.