RUGIPO: Mass Comm pioneer set congratulates new CPS, Adeniyan

We the pioneer graduates of the Department of Mass Communication, Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo (RUGIPO) who graduated in 2006, heartily felicitate with the Publisher of Trace News Magazine, Prince Ebenezer Adeniyan on his appointment as the new Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Ondo State, Hon. Lucky Orimisan Aiyedatiwa.

We are happy that a product of the Department which was established in 2004 during the tenure of Dr Bolu Ogundowole has not only succeeded in his enterprise as a media practitioner, but has also been rewarded for his hard work and consistency, as the spokesperson to the Governor of Ondo State.

We recall that Prince Adeniyan at the time of his studies at RUGIPO was already on top of his career, having been engaged with the Hope Newspaper, but his quest for self development brought him to the institution.

For his tenacity for knowledge and ability to create a niche for himself, it is our resolve that based on the experiences of Prince Adeniyan as a strategic communication expert, he will add value to the Aiyedatiwa’s administration.

At this juncture, we must express our gratitude to the Governor, Lucky Aiyedatiwa for this worthy appointment. Also, to remind the new CPS that we are happy to associate with him and we will be suggesting ideas to him from time to time on how best to make his job effective.

Congratulations, once again.


Mass Communication Dept, RUGIPO, 2006 Alumni

  1. Jayeola Anthony
  2. Ikuomola, Ilesanmi Francis
  3. Adenike Olaitan
  4. Adebumiti, Olusegun Hakeem
  5. Adenle Sunday
  6. Fadoju Olaolu
  7. Adelugba, Oluwaseyi Opeyemi
  8. Adekunle Oluwaseyi Henry
  9. Ibrahim Paul
  10. Adeyinka James
  11. Oluwafunke Babatunde
  12. Eunice Idowu
  13. Damilola Folarin
  14. Kola Adebobuyi
  15. Oyesanmi Moses
  16. Eneje Segun
  17. Adonyanta Martina
  18. Adekunle Aminat
  19. Okotete Anthony Monday
  20. Ayotunde Oluitan

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