Tuesday, 8 May 2018

Yoruba Students Association Extend Hands Of Fellowship To New Members In IMSU


Yoruba students have been urged to continue to promote peaceful coexistence and love wherever they are. By so doing, they would be promoting the age-long values for which the Yoruba are known.


The President made the call during the mid week meeting of the association at old Etf building IMSU.


According to the President Comrade Festus Oloye, the association was created to promote mutual understanding and cultural exchange among IMSU students. He said Yoruba Students association (YOSA) IMSU chapter has been the megaphone of Yoruba students since it was established in the school.


He called on new students and prominent Yoruba people in IMSU to come identify with their very own.


The association Usually have meetings every first and last Wednesday of the month at "old ETF building, Imsu" by 12PM.


There are so many benefit you stand gaining as a member of the constitutionally recognised association. 


Keep a date this month, you will definitely see reasons to come again.


For further assistance contact Oladeji Festus Oloye, President (A'are 18) 08179084228


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