Let us do something real quick; imagine there are only two universities in Nigeria – not possible, yes, but that’s why we have our imagination. Those two universities are, wait for it, Afe Babalola University and Joseph Ayo Babalola University. See? There are even similarities. That’s not all o; you have to pick one campus.
Today’s campus conflict is based on these two universities.
let’s do a quick introduction:
AFE BABALOLA UNIVERSITY
This is a private university located in Ekiti State, Nigeria, and it is named after Afe Babalola. He is a Lawyer and philanthropist, who found the school in 2009. The school offers academic programmes in the fields of Science, Law, Engineering, Social and Management Sciences, Medicine and Health Sciences, as well as graduate Studies.
fun fact: The engineering building is named after the former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan, and was commissioned by him on 20 October, 2013 during the university’s first convocation ceremony
Did you know: in ABUAD, there are different dress codes for the different faculties; The students in the faculty of sciences have a dress code of cream- coloured shirts, according to reports.
JOSEPH AYO BABALOLA UNIVERSITY
This school is a private Nigerian university located in Osun State. The Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) Worldwide founded the school, and the name of the university finds its root in the first Spiritual leader of Christ Apostolic Church, Joseph Ayo Babalola (1904–1959).
The university offers diverse courses, therefore, academic programs in the fields of Agriculture, Environmental Sciences, Humanities, Law, Management Sciences, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences are available.
It is a christian school ,therefore, students have to adopt an extremely modest dress code.
fun fact: This 13 years old higher-education institution has a selective admission policy based on entrance examinations and students’ past academic record and grades.
Did you know: in JABU, male students are not allowed to hug any female student from 7 pm?
Well, now you do. .
So, which campus would you pick?
Are you a current, past or even aspiring student of either schools? Here is the time for you to defend your school! Right in the comment box.