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“I have received threats of violence as well as limitless insults” – Gov. Ajimobi’s daughter, Ajibola Ajayi denies Reports of her Lashing Out at LAUTECH Students



In the last 48 hours a few publications have alleged that Gov. Ajimobi‘s daughter, Ajibola Ajayi, formerly known as Ajibola Abiola Ajimobi, commented on the dispute between LAUTECH students and the Oyo state Governor.

According to her team, the stories published are untrue. Ajibola Ajayi has now issued a press statement addressing the situation.

See her statement below.

My attention has been drawn to a series of publications on social media and the Internet at large, which claim that I, Mrs Ajibola Ajayi (formerly known as Miss Ajibola Abiola-Ajimobi) “lambasted” and “lashed out” at LAUTECH students calling them “a manner less generation … on my instagram page”.

I wish to state that this story is completely false. It is malicious and willfully targeted at maligning and marring my character. This is an example of irresponsible journalism that has now incited hatred and violence against my husband, my children and myself. Over the last 48 hours my reputation has been tarnished and my family and I have been subjected to cyber bullying and harassment. I have also received threats of violence as well as limitless insults as a result of this false publication.

This has now spiraled out of control hence I feel the need to publicly address it since I have received numerous calls from various people, including friends, family members, colleagues and clients.

I wish to further state that the instagram page referred to as “conceited_csj” through which it was alleged that I made the purported statement does not belong to me. Having once been a student myself, I am sympathetic to the plight of the LAUTECH students and empathize with them.

It is unfair that people would publish stories without establishing the authenticity or verifying the truthfulness of the stories they are publishing.

Lastly, I would like to reiterate that this false story, and the resulting negative comments on various social media platforms have brought my husband and I enormous distress.

Thank you”

Ajibola Ajayi


  1. Ottawa Queen

    January 17, 2017 at 6:13 am

    So was you dad’s approach towards the LAUTECH students appropriate as the Governor of the state? Did you watch the videos? I think its best you go sit down with your dad and discuss on ways he can help those protesting students, considering you were once a student and you empathize with them; rather than waste your time to write this gibberish!

    • Truth Juice

      January 17, 2017 at 3:41 pm

      So is this the makeup that Dave Sucre stood a bride up on her wedding day to make u up for? Please am asking for a sister.

    • Ada

      January 17, 2017 at 4:10 pm

      It was Abi..her elder sister?

    • jade

      January 17, 2017 at 3:57 pm

      The children of this corrupt politician don’t have any sensible thing to say. They dare not question their useless parent who boldly embezzle money they benefit from. Ajibola whatever your name is, cry me a river we could care less about your crocodile tears. You obviously don’t have any empathy because if you do your action will show it. You will do productive and progressive things to better your community and state your dad keeps getting elected in doing absolutely NOTHING.
      You better be happy they didn’t burn down your house. You think America got here easy, it was blood, sweat and tears.
      . The state is in shambles. Yet you are writing rubbish begging to leave your family alone.
      Naijas start doing crazy things, where it affects the leadership directly that’s when they will respond.

    • Ladmo

      January 17, 2017 at 7:46 pm

      You just spoke my mind!!!! I agree 100 per cent! They are not doing anything to better their communities only to open luxury shops up and down while the state crumbles for lack of vision by the governor…. Jibola get this right, you currently don’t have any reputation!!!!

  2. Lola

    January 17, 2017 at 6:20 am

    You need to talk to your father, you people live in wealth but people in the state are suffering. No salaries, nobody know’s what helse does with state generated revenue or the ones from federal government, how can a governor say that is it today that schools are closed in Nigeria??? Wrong on all levels.

  3. Yolo

    January 17, 2017 at 6:21 am

    Blah blah blah blah.

  4. Tola

    January 17, 2017 at 6:32 am

    Does she know that if you change your name on instagram and use something similar when searched by previous it brings your name out? Does she also know that if truly another account was opened we would see it? Let her give her silly excuse though.

    • Derin87

      January 17, 2017 at 9:29 am

      Do you know that her Instagram name is @jibssssss and has always been? 🙂

  5. cayode

    January 17, 2017 at 6:33 am

    And what about ur dad? Did u watch ur dad video…

  6. seriously

    January 17, 2017 at 6:41 am

    These people need some thick skin. Look at how little bashing is getting to them. Whether she said it or not the stolen money was still used for her extravagant wedding. They are still flaunting money that’s not them without substantial income for the ‘rich’ lifestyle they live

    • seriously

      January 17, 2017 at 7:16 am


    • Derin87

      January 17, 2017 at 9:32 am

      LOL, Evidently false news has not been spread about , you haven’t received death threats, curses and numerous insults on social media. I pray that day comes, not for my pleasure but just so you know how thick your skin is

  7. Temi

    January 17, 2017 at 7:01 am

    Damsel in distress. I think one of his kids posted that sheet jare. Haha seeing how much una drained for Lebanon, errr I have no empathy for you just tell your dadddy to do the right thing.

  8. funmilola

    January 17, 2017 at 7:18 am

    una never start…. please talk sense into your dad and tell him there are better ways to address a crowd of angry students whose time is been wasted and DON’T you ever, ever say you’re sympathetic to the plight of the students as you were once a student….which of the government schools in Nigeria did you attend?
    DON’T you ever say that again!

    • funmilola

      January 17, 2017 at 8:28 am


  9. Moniker

    January 17, 2017 at 7:21 am

    Awon omo wobey ti threaten iya’e. I hope you don’t pay for the irresponsibilities of your father. Small threat you start to speak grammar. Talk to your dad you spoilt brat.

    • Nationalsquirrel

      January 18, 2017 at 4:43 am

      Ono wobeyy is an actual thing? Heard that in shakitibobo.
      Omg omg omg so fascinated by this!
      Pls can ibusevitvto insult people in traffic or the market?

  10. margarita

    January 17, 2017 at 7:35 am

    Okay, let me start by saying this: Governor Ajimobi who is your father was very unceremonious in how he addressed those students. He sounded like a man without any class. A similar video is trending on FB with President Obama. You and your dad should sit down and watch it, There are a few pointers on acceptable behaviour of a public office holder from that video.

  11. May

    January 17, 2017 at 7:38 am

    Either it was you or not, you are simply partaking in the sins of your father. Just accept it and keep shut so you won’t receive more harassment.

  12. SatinKisses

    January 17, 2017 at 7:49 am

    “””Mrs Ajibola Ajayi (formerly known as Miss Ajibola Abiola-Ajimobi) “”””

    What’s the point of this part? Nigerian women and marriage.. Chei.

  13. MurderSheWrote

    January 17, 2017 at 8:07 am

    But your dad is still wicked and irresponsible. Very unfit for the job like the majority of public servants in this country.

  14. keke driver

    January 17, 2017 at 8:12 am

    Her Father definitely didn’t “train” Her well…Imagine the nonsense she wrote on Instagram…. Spoilt Brat!!!

    • Temi

      January 17, 2017 at 2:35 pm

      She did not write that message. It is unfair to assault her. Very unfair and irresponsible of those who carried the false news.

  15. Tee

    January 17, 2017 at 10:36 am

    When they burn your shop as part of “do your worse” that your dad said, then we can respond responsibly. Abi the shop wasn’t part of tax payer’s money abi your dad’s reaction isn’t enough for you to get the threats. Pls put yourself in their shoes. If you and your dad don’t have anything good to say as per coming up with ways to help the students, pls shut your trap and stop this pity-party. One man sin they affect community, talkless of your papa sin, until 4th generation. No be me talk am o! Imagine students dealing with their father’s sin, bad economy and now adding governor Ajimobi’s recklessness to it to compound their troubles while his own children live in affluence. You sef check am now. The suffering is no joke, the street is not smiling.

  16. stephen

    January 17, 2017 at 1:47 pm

    Serves you right your nobody why are you insulting students oloshi money miss road

  17. Ada

    January 17, 2017 at 1:48 pm

    Having once been a student…???of an Ivy League university?Gurl shut up and sit down…

  18. stephen

    January 17, 2017 at 1:49 pm

    Can you define constitution? Can you?. Ole ,barawo .onyeoshi .money miss road

  19. roundtwo

    January 17, 2017 at 1:51 pm

    Big Resounding HISS. I thought she was even going to come on here and write a sensible piece, seen as though she’s supposed to be the only close to been brainy out of the daughters (lawyer et al, no?). Sadly this fell short, actually subpar and should never have been written at all. Here I was thinking and getting excited, like YES! Finally, a family member with sense will tender an apology to placate the situation and make us all forgive and forget but instead she added more insult to the injury. Guess its like father, like daughter… brain not available… all attempt to salvage the damage just adds more fuel to the fire. SO NOTE to them: Keep your pen in your pocket and only bring it out to sign more checks for your own pleasures but please no more pieces as its clear where you all stand on the issue… not remorseful!!!

  20. Toks

    January 17, 2017 at 3:00 pm

    Weather is true or false.The issue is wrong for a whole elected governor of a state of a civilized nation like Nigeria ,to be addressing its citizens like that its a pity the people of my hard working state of Oyo state.The Pace centre is having an unfit thug as a governor.As of now ,in Nigeria Governor Ajumobi is one of the worst governor’s Oyo state has witnessed.As the students said he can’t manage just one university.Did he ever go to school?
    He has highly disappointed his self,no salaries for months,no investment,no agriculture development projects,no reasonable industrialization partnership with other countries outside Nigeria no private sector partnership.Go to Cross River,Lagos,Ogun,Edo,Awka Ibom,Port Harcourt States and Ondo states..Is he the only state not getting it.A good capable government is is full of entreprenursim and ambitious to look of ways to develop his state with limited resources within the state and think out of the box to create opportunities for thousands of thousands of teaming unemployed People.But we have a governor who is bullying workers and students,a government who lacks vision and bearing.You don’t know anything about suffering because you are living in wealth and affluence.You and your siblings went to prestigious schools around the world.Call your siblings including your brother and mum to talk good sense into your father,before the people of Oyo state turn against your family members.If you don’t want people to mob and target your family members in a terrible way.U are living in billions and people are going through Hell.Your Dad Governor Ajumobi is a liability and disgrace to the whole political class .

  21. Ada

    January 17, 2017 at 4:10 pm

    It was Abi…

  22. NG

    January 17, 2017 at 5:25 pm

    You should not have bothered dear. Listen to the undertones from Naija people. The country is so distressing and your fine radiant well-tended face cannot help matters with how your dad handle issues. People cannot be charitable to you o. Not when they see such radiance which many cant aspire to, for now at least.
    You privileged kids should know how to manage issues with your media exposure. Why not add some charitable cause to your showy life as a balance? As in, give help while you receive help too (sorry mmm) from your privilege as a Governor’s daughter?

    • Tunde

      January 18, 2017 at 8:48 am

      It is high time that the Nigerian youths have to come together to have their own political part to help one another because things can’t change in Nigeria if we all don’t unite to eradicate the problems that we are going through. Nigeria needs youth to eradicate problems which we are facing. Yoruba,Hausa,Igbo and other tribes should come together to tell the old politicians to retire and let the youth to take over the government. We need youths to come together to put in all efforts to make Nigeria the country whom we all desire it to be before our own generation will pass without changing the country. Nigerians are here and there in other countries who want the country to be good ,and I know many of us are willing to come back home to make our country the best that people from other countries would desire to come and make their success as we run to and fro to other countries to seek prosperity.

  23. Saheed

    January 18, 2017 at 8:02 am

    U father shelf school underscholarship education,tell u dad is not up to 2000day,sòon become former

  24. Sisi

    January 18, 2017 at 11:19 am

    Haba you people should pity her na! Poor thing, pele dear wa wa alright. Whether it wasn’t you or any of your family members or affiliates you don’t deserve all that. It’s your father that should man up to his constituted responsibilities and respect himself. This thing of privilege you see, such a multi faceted something – something you never asked for but happily enjoy, you will have to carry the burden of it as well as the perks. I’m sure you will manage. You didn’t need all this speech tho, just makes it seem like your trying to play the victim here and unfortunate you aren’t the victim, rather it’s the students and citizens of the state who suffer at the incapability of your father and the government.

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