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OspolyDecides2021: Who is DammyGold, NAMACOS, NAOSS, FICT Standard Bearer?

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Enoch Oyedibu

 

Since the mass communication management body has nominated Comr. Bamigboye Peter Oluwadamilola (DammyGold), one of its seed as the qualified candidate for the Student Union Government (SUG) presidency in Osun state polytechnic, Iree. Interestingly, same in the vein, the Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, (FICT) signed him as its ambassador for the SUG election to come, shortly.

 

It’s appropriate to know who Comr. Bamigboye Peter Oluwadamilola is.

 

Comr. Bamigboye Peter O. (Dammygold) is a student of Mass communication department who has served relentlessly in major aspects of the political and nonpolitical associations in the Institution.

 

He had is Ordinary National Diploma (OND) at the institution, and during those moments in Osun State Polytechnic, Iree, he served as the faculty president of FICT.

 

Being devoted and a fanatic of Christians belief, He had served as the provincial executive at his church (RCF), also as the zonal president.

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Currently, he is the Chapter president of Rotaract International Club of Osun State polytechnic Iree, also, the Standard Bearer of the National Association of Osun State Students, NAOSS.

 

He is also the Public Relations Officer (P.R.O) of Ifewara Student Union.

 

 

He is undoubtedly not an idle person without a vocation, He is a proud Photographer with a landmark of recorded successes.

 

Oluwadamilola is one of the aspirant for Student Union Government presidency’s seat and he has fought a good fight to be nominated among many clamouring for the seat in the Mass communication department and Faculty of Information and Communications Technology (FICT)

 

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