On a momentous occasion at the University of Ilorin, Hammed Olamide Dauda, popularly known as HOD, was officially sworn in as the 10th Deputy Senate President of the Students’ Union Senate Council.
Hammed Olamide Dauda, who hails from Iwo in Osun State, has already gained a reputation as a dedicated and passionate advocate for student rights and welfare. His election to this prestigious position is a testament to his commitment to serving the student community.
OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY SENATE PRESIDENT ELECTION RESULT
Sen HOD – 29 votes
Sen Deeyah – 25 votes
Distinguished Senator HOD, a ranking Senator representing the most prestigious Faculty of Clinical Sciences emerged winner and was declared the Deputy Senate President.
With a sense of pride and determination, HOD expressed his commitment to the responsibilities ahead.
HOD said: “Yesterday, I was sworn in as the 10th Deputy Senate President of the Students’ Union Senate Council, University of Ilorin. As a passionate parliamentarian, with a vision to contribute my quota to the development of the students’ community, I won’t relent on this.”
The Students’ Union Senate Council plays a pivotal role in shaping the University’s policies and representing the interests of the student body. As Deputy Senate President, HOD will also have the opportunity to influence decisions that directly impact students’ academic and extracurricular experiences.
Congratulations to Hammed Olamide Dauda. May your tenure as Deputy Senate President be filled with success, positive change, and a lasting impact on the University of Ilorin’s student community. We also look forward to witnessing your dedication and vision come to life.