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Must Watch! Gov. Ajimobi of Oyo tells Protesting LAUTECH Students, “Go and do your worst!”



Oyo state governor, Abiola Ajimobi met with protesting students of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) over the closure of their school for eight months.

He told the students that if they cannot respect the constituted authority (the governor), then they should go and do their worst, as he’ll be waiting for them.



  1. Kanyinsola

    January 14, 2017 at 8:55 am

    Haaaaaa!!!!!! ???? I almost cannot believe this!? See how he was addressing them… he even said “na today dem don dey lock school up?” ??? it is finished!

    • Wale

      January 14, 2017 at 12:47 pm

      Yep! This is what happens when you promote and celebrate their kids when they flaunt their $25k bags in your face, while Ibadan continues to look like a glorified village. When you splash their multi-million dollar weddings on the pages of your blogs, salivate and wish you too can literally be In their $5k red bottoms shoes. All of which is your tax money. When his omo ita wife drags other women on the street and have her thugs stripe them naked and beat them because they compete with her business or. dared to look at her ugly husband. This is what happens when a govenor embezzles all the state funds to support the insatiable demands of his children that literally want to “keep up with the kardashians” who by the way, are school friends of theirs( more of your money); area fada said it best…until the people in that country rise up and take the country back these bastards will continue to stump on Nigerians. I challenge the students of lautech-Burn Down The Fucking city of Ibadan. Please start by taking your share from the shops and boutiques of these man and his family. Then let us see what he, so-called Authority,will do. The old goat is calling your bluff…show him you are not playing, you too deserve quality education. Demand you money back from him. Awon fucking thieves.

    • shady

      January 14, 2017 at 2:25 pm

      @wale I wish I could like ur comment a million times.same thing I wrote on Bellanaija instagram page. Bella naija is the first to praise her daughter @abi_kd just recently they showed us a picture of her alongside toke making a carrying a gucci bag and asking who wore it better . Yeye they smell in fact all strings has to be pulled for this man to leave office immediately. Ur children are living a lavish life whilst ur citizens are demanding for their basic right education and u have the gut to challenge them

    • Corolla

      January 15, 2017 at 1:20 pm

      As level-headed as Uche Eze seems, it’s always surprised me how she is ever so willing to promote the kids of these thieving politicians on her blog. In a country where a lot of people are living in abject poverty, it is not only irresponsible, it is higly insensitive. I gave up when at some point, she was promoting Abacha’s kids. With the way that man unleashed terror on Nigerians, his children should never ever be promoted in such light. BN is a big platform that can effect change, but sometimes you guys are just effing insensitive. We regular people made your blog what it is, yet you continue to slap us in the face when you parade these thieves and their kids.

  2. AceOfSpades

    January 14, 2017 at 9:12 am

    E ba mi gbe omo yen wa! LMAO

    But seriously how can you address a crowd where you have sane, insane, nice, proud, angry, stubborn, rich, poor, gentle people and ask them ‘are you talking to me?’

    What answer was he expecting?

  3. Egusi soup

    January 14, 2017 at 9:27 am

    This man’s last born is in a £10,000+ university a year somewhere London. She’s comfortable. She’s chilling. She even has a youtube channel. Her father’s stupidity is not her fault. I’m just pointing out the difference between her life and those of the students that are protesting.

    I’m from Oyo and this hurts me deeply. Someone said that if Awolowo was still alive this present Yoruba politicians won’t even listen to him. This just shows how much Yoruba people have downgraded, especially with education. In the 60s, education was free in Oyo because of the money we got from cocoa. And this idiot is saying there are no funds. No money. Instead of you to think of ways to revive the cocoa industry in Ibadan you’re waiting for funds from Aso villa. Idiot.

    Nigerian politicians are the new colonial masters. When our generation decides to go to the national assembly, aso villa and all the various government houses and burns them down, that’s when we will get our own independence.

    • Sisi

      January 14, 2017 at 11:19 am

      Not one to incite violence but you are on the right track. The revolution will not be televised. It’s not until the people are well and truly tired that there will be any change. They must still be ok with current arrangements, because if na petty thief they no how to handle am

    • A Real Nigerian

      January 14, 2017 at 11:35 am

      “Nigerian politicians are the new colonial masters. When our generation decides to go to the national assembly, aso villa and all the various government houses and burns them down, that’s when we will get our own independence.”

      What then after this so-called independence? The same thing that happened after the colonial masters left and then we ended up like THIS? Do you think we the ordinary people are any better than those you are telling us to burn down?

    • John

      January 14, 2017 at 1:16 pm

      I remember it like it was yesterday, when, the then head of state went to the scene of exploding military ordinances at the Ikeja Military Cantonment and to the rowdy, grieving crowd, the best soothing words he could offer was to ask them petulantly: is it because I came here? Please compare this to how a President Obama would handle this, and you would immediately understand Donald Trump’s recently quoted remarks on the lack of leadership in Africa. Isn’t it just sad watching this Governor’s interaction with his “children”? Leaders elsewhere….in western and Asian countries….. have had eggs thrown at them, by angry constituents. This one, if there hadn’t been television cameras present, was going to order that students be arrested and beaten up for daring to talk to him. So very sad…..

  4. #Proudnigerian

    January 14, 2017 at 9:32 am


  5. Onyx

    January 14, 2017 at 9:32 am

    This is the saddest video I’ve seen. One word sums up Nigerian politicians “arrogance”. What nonsense is this? First of all this fool of a governor has to realise he’s a public servant and in no way should he address the people who put him on the job that way. ” Anything u want to do, u can do”. A governor to students who have been at home for eight months? Same dude who hasn’t paid salaries in donkey years? Can his kids stay at hone for eight months? Its our fault sha. We don’t know our rights. We worship this bastards cos they’ve got money – filthy lucre at that cos let’s face facts most Nigerians are guilty of idolatory. Money is our god. We need to stop this nonsense. Its gone on too long. Nigerians have been victims of an abusive relationship since 1960. This has to end. I’m in pain

    • A Real Nigerian

      January 14, 2017 at 11:37 am

      We actually do know our rights. We just don’t act on them because of what you said in the next line.

    • nene

      January 14, 2017 at 12:05 pm

      exactly. arrogance!

  6. laughter

    January 14, 2017 at 9:35 am

    DEAD @ “they lack fund” lmao only 1 fund?

  7. Dee

    January 14, 2017 at 9:44 am

    This is so horrible and painful to watch. What a poor attitude for a leader. Nigeria….

  8. Aduke

    January 14, 2017 at 9:46 am

    It seems you people don’t know lautech students well, they fight and destroy properties at the slightest provocation. And their cult is on another level. They kill each other like you kill mosquito. So if the governor is talking to them in that manner it’s because he is angry.

    • B.E

      January 14, 2017 at 10:05 am

      Whether Lautech students fight or kill is absolutely not the point!

      Nigerians need to understand that leadership is honourable when conducted properly! I mean an elected governor saying he’s the constituted authority with no remorse?!???!

      It doesn’t matter whether he’s old enough to be anyone’s grandad! We need to force our leaders to own up to their responsibility! Guys pls tag international media! This should NEVER be acceptable!

    • tolu

      January 14, 2017 at 10:18 am

      U totally miss d point! @ aduke kenkelewu

    • Onyx

      January 14, 2017 at 10:20 am

      @Aduke i rarely Insult people especially when they have contrary opinions but I’ll break the norm this once and say you Sir/ Ma ought to be awarded a Nobel Prize for stupidity

    • AceOfSpades

      January 14, 2017 at 10:21 am

      This is a big fat lie. I graduated from Lautech and I can tell you if you are a cultist, you are looked down on in lautech.

      Lots of them are into online fraud (yahoo) and there are many rich students who ride really luxurious cars there but they are not violent. Where did you get your own info?

      I remember when Psquare came for a show, people were just walking past them and were like ‘how much Psquare get sef wey I go dey run follow dem’. No tout harassed them and no cultist collected ‘dues’ from them.

      In Lautech then, you’d wear red, yellow, black, blue whatever color and no one will challenge you. Even now you still can from what I hear. Can you try this in Unilag, Osu, Lasu, Unad and co??

    • John

      January 14, 2017 at 1:38 pm

      My sister, Aduku, really!!!?
      I went through a Nigerian university in the seventies. We never had ‘cults’ then. Something went wrong in our society at some point. The whole society changed. Suddenly we have ritual killings, kidnappings, 419 scammers, violence in politics etc. Can we in good conscience blame the students entirely for these sick trends which we adults have simply bequeathed them? Can that Governor tell me he hasn’t been paying his state assembly representatives and himself monthly salaries and allowances? He neglects a university that had closed for eight months and I can assure you his own kids are not in that institution or he would have done the needful.
      I can see he has surrounded himself with mobile police men and DSS operatives and I bet he feels secure his physical security is secure. Well, I have word for you, Mr Governor, Sir: There is God above. And He is watching us.

    • funmilola

      January 14, 2017 at 4:08 pm

      what is this one saying again?

  9. LOL

    January 14, 2017 at 9:56 am

    “I am the constituted authority’
    Just can’t get over his cockiness!
    No accountability, a law onto himself, literally.
    Actually daring the students to do their worst.
    I bet none of his children studied in Nigeria, talk less of sitting home for 8 months.

    • Hawt Talk With Tosan

      January 15, 2017 at 4:36 pm

      Thank you. My thoughts exactly. You should watch my new Hawt Talk here

  10. Chy

    January 14, 2017 at 9:59 am

    Wasn’t it the same guy that refused to open some primary abi secondary school until they apologised to him
    Now he has graduated to university students
    They are picking us off one after the other

  11. Princess

    January 14, 2017 at 10:10 am

    Abeg…why was the school closed?

  12. Leo

    January 14, 2017 at 10:11 am

    Sorry excuse for an adult and a leader. Arrogant prick. I’m not a LAUTECH student nor am I affiliated with the institution in anyway but I’m enraged at these self-serving idiots (who are also a reflection of us as a society) we’ve elected to public offices.

    He speaks as though the cause of the students is not enough for them to tear his government down. As though the government is there to serve itself and not the people.

    I’m out. #soEnraged

  13. seun

    January 14, 2017 at 10:15 am

    Politicians only about the re-election.He has said several times this will be his last time of seeking for an elective post,that’s why the gutter attitude is now on display.Our public officials should first be trained on basic ethics of interaction.

    • Anon

      January 14, 2017 at 12:05 pm

      What other elective post can he aspire to in Oyo state? He’s been a Senator and now a Governor. Moot point really. These politicians don’t give a hoot.

  14. Bey

    January 14, 2017 at 10:20 am

    He’s not his fault now, shebi none of his kids are there. That is why he won’t care if the school is even locked up for one year.
    I know dis man personally and I’m disgusted at this.
    None of his kids schooled here, so he doesn’t care. Iv always known d man to be arrogant Nways.

  15. Asha

    January 14, 2017 at 10:36 am

    Bella POST.
    Disgusted is an understatement. Look at the animal we used our hands to elect as governor. Look at the man that was screaming “CHANGE!” with his APC cohorts. Look at the man people put their faith and trust on. Now spitting in the face of hundreds of hopeless young men and women. I refuse to even believe that this guy was in his right frame of mind when addressing this crowd. Otherwise, we are doomed. Anyone who justifies this man is sick. No matter how much the audience is “provoking” you, do not speak to them like that. THEY VOTED YOUR ASS FOR GOD SAKE, they have every right to be angry. U go into office and u don’t deliver what u promised. What do you expect??
    MORE IMPORTANTLY, this man said “there are no funds”. Can you actually believe this? Governor of Oyo state said there are no funds. MEANWHILE his 18 year old daughter Ajay wears two cartier bracelets that are equivalent to about $20,000 on her wrist. Check her instagram and you see it overflowing with luxury items. Somebody that is still a teenager o. But there are no funds. His other daughter Abi or whatever, she wears designer clothes from top to toe every day of her life, but there are no funds. All his kids schooled in expensive insitutions in England, but there are no funds. Nigerian politicians and their families are literally swimming in money but this blessed man has the balls to come in public and open his mouth and say there are no funds. May God in heaven judge you Ajimobi. That’s all I can say. You are disgusting and a poor excuse of a leader. Tell your daughters to sell half of their closets and jewelry boxes, and it can pay the school fees of every student in LAUTECH for a year. I am ashamed to share the same nationality as a man with such poor behaviour and low respect for the people he ought to serve. Calling students outta the crowd like bitch this is not primary school. WE ARE PEOPLE. AND WE ARE ANGRY! I feel like breaking my laptop typing this because I am LIVID. What aggravates me is this man knows nothing about poverty and frustrations Nigerians deal with daily. He will never let his spoilt daughters stay home for 1 day but when it comes to lots of students in his own state he is here chatting bare nonsense.
    I leave this man to God’s hands honestly. The God we serve will handle him mercilessly. Amen

  16. Joko

    January 14, 2017 at 10:38 am

    Change!!! Behold your father ABK!!

  17. ij

    January 14, 2017 at 10:39 am

    He has always been an arrogant fool, then they wonder why they have prostrate cancer and all sorts money cant cure. Oppressing the poor unnecessarily, as if there’s no God.

    • nene

      January 14, 2017 at 12:08 pm


    • AAsh

      January 15, 2017 at 6:34 pm

      As much as I detest the governor’s arrogance and insensitivity to the plight of his people, I would urge you to be careful with your words. Cancer is no joke; some innocent babies have it so please do not ascribe cancer to sins committed by self or loved ones. May GOD protect us all and grant healing to the sick.

  18. Stuz

    January 14, 2017 at 11:01 am

    Oh gosh, this is terrible

  19. Luqman

    January 14, 2017 at 11:08 am

    This is the problem with most Nigerian politicians, when they need people to vote for them, they would show decorum and civility, but when they get there, they would behave as if they make an oath with Satan to suffer masses. Ajimobi is such a useless Gov that have done nothing so far in his second tenure. The city is so dirty presently, there is no construction in progress and civil servants are complaining bitterly while his children are displaying how wealthy they are on social media.
    Nigeria is really sick and nothing seems to be functioning. What do I even expect from a nation that has Saraki as a senate president? someone that liquidated Societe Generale Bank, someone that betrayed his biological father because they were tussling for power – he will surely mortgage Nigeria. They can do anything to retain power at the expense of masses.

    OYO (On your own) don enter one chance.

    • Luqman

      January 14, 2017 at 12:27 pm

      has done nothing*

  20. nene

    January 14, 2017 at 12:03 pm

    i don’t blame him. all his kids schooled and lived abroad. God will judge him and his cohorts and i’m sure karma has already started in his family.

  21. nene

    January 14, 2017 at 12:04 pm

    i want these students to really do their worst, so he’ll know they’re not joking.

  22. Sola

    January 14, 2017 at 12:44 pm

    I think the saddest part of the story is people that think their votes really is a rigged system.They have made me almost give up on Nigeria.It is so bad that there is no future.All man for himself,you need to be your own government and watch out for yourself and your family in all spheres of life.This is not a country,we have no government

  23. bankole

    January 14, 2017 at 12:49 pm

    You spent most of the time explaining respect for your office. Baba you are toying with people’s future, why not respect they could become, and it’s impact on the society.

  24. Moniker

    January 14, 2017 at 1:51 pm

    While we keep blaming this bastards… They are a reflection of who we are. Just come chop and go. We need a better legislative arm of government. Obama’s children are not travelling abroad to school. But their school is never on break. Ordinary LCDA chairman’s daughter schools in a neighbouring country. How much more the ones whose hands are in the cookie jar? He’s not going running for elective posts anymore. So, he can call their bluffs. The power belongs to us. Until we use it, we are going to keep running in the same circle

  25. Lara

    January 14, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    What stupid constituted authority! He should find somewhere to hide his face in shame. A government that cannot take care of basic needs of those that elected him into office, IMO is a failure. If he cannot handle the anger expressed by the frustration of the school being closed for 8 months, then he has no human feelings. He showed no empathy whatsoever. He is a very foolish man, hiding behind physical security to call bluff, and even trying to bully the unhappy students. If you think you can protect yourself from men, can you protext yourself from God, who does not even need to lift a finger to deal with you. When they are canvassing for votes, they are the most humble people. Once they get the office they want, they turn themselves into God.. You have funds to pay yourself and other top officials, but nor funds for education. Greedy lot!

  26. Engoz

    January 14, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    Nigerian elders have disrespected the youth over and over again. Now is the time for the youth of this country to be organized. Go to the drawing board and device means to influence the next election.

  27. Tee

    January 14, 2017 at 2:34 pm

    Kardashian wannabe children of this arrogant man se una don hear. Don’t be surprised when they burn down your designer shop o, if you like put 100Mobile police on guard. People wey don work for chevron abi ABN Amro sef no fit get that kind boutique, before we talk naa, dem go say na her hardwork, my foot. How much be your papa salary wey una last born dey pay whooping £10,000pounds tuition for UK. God is watching you lot in 3D and una end no be news again. Carry on!!!!!!

  28. funmilola

    January 14, 2017 at 4:24 pm

    make una dey watch, his media team will release a statement soonest explaining how the “good and hardworking” governor was misquoted….that he was only advising the students to be respectful to their elders like the way he is to his elders too. the governor feels the pain of the students as he was once a student.
    can we find hope in our leaders at all?


    January 14, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    @ Asha, you couldn’t have put those words any better. We have endured so much from these politicians but we can’t just be war gods on the keyboard. We need to find better ways to influence the election com 2019

    • Asha

      January 14, 2017 at 6:15 pm

      No wahala! 2019 i will vote out all these idiots. It’s not about words anymore I am ready to take action.

  30. anony

    January 14, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    Useless man

  31. KayJ

    January 14, 2017 at 5:08 pm

    This is very sad! He is telling them that is it a big deal that the school is closed for 8months! Saying they should have brought it to his attention in the first place! This is the problem of leadership in Nigeria – The Governors duty is to ensure education and that is quality education is available and sustained! It is his job TO KNOW about the closure and actively work to resolve it! Not expect students to plead with him. The fact that i am even writing it is annoying me because it is so elementary. It tells you what these how these so called leaders view their responsibility. You are dealing with peoples lives and their future. In 5-10yrs time when we are complaining that Nigeria has no quality engineers, doctors, accountants, teachers, mangers and unable to compete with other nations thereby unable to develop and leading to poverty, suffering etc – You should remember that it is due to previous bad leadership. A whole generation are being let down!

  32. Dr. Julius Hope

    January 14, 2017 at 5:28 pm

    Ajimobi’s conduct and the manner he addressed the student body was and is pathetic and a disgrace to the office of governor and the people of Oyo State. How can the people of Oyo State allowed an incompetent and untrained administrator to occupy the office of governorship of Oyo State? The students should and must not allow any administration be it military or civilian to shut down their institution of higher learning for almost a year. Ajimobi must realize that he was responsible for shutting down the institution while his own children are studying abroad with looted money from the Oyo State Government Treasury. I salute the students for doing everything humanly possible to make the demonstration a peaceful one despite the barbaric manner Ajimobi addressed them.

  33. Cynthia

    January 14, 2017 at 7:28 pm

    Bastard bitch of a governor. Stealing state funds yet cannot pay salaries and he is there speaking to frustrated students as though he cannot be challenged. Watch and see God’s wrath come on you unless you reconcile with you maker.

  34. Ade

    January 14, 2017 at 7:32 pm

    uncouth man!!! silly excuse for a governor.

  35. Ewa Ali

    January 14, 2017 at 8:32 pm

    This is SAD! These are the crop of people that we call leaders? What happened to “Aluta Continua”
    I don’t condone violence but this guy should have been taught a proper lesson by the students.

    I am not hear to incite anybody but create chaos and let him reopen the school.

  36. Kawthar Monisola Salahudeen

    January 14, 2017 at 10:55 pm

    #StandingwithLautechites…its been 8months since the closure of LAUTECH and after several protest,i was bamboozled by Mr Governor’s reaction.
    God has not blessed nigeria with selfless leaders rather we have selfish leaders.You kept some people’s children out of school saying “your management,the oyo state and other government lack fund” and that has not affected your bank account by one kobo..hmmm
    This is a democratic nation i tell you not a land somebody can wield absolute power.Governor sir,remember you solicited for our votes during election and this is the best way to pay us.
    You said you are not responsible for sch closure,you said this is not the first time a school is closed down for 8months,you said we are complaining baselessly to you,pls I ask who should we complain to if not you?
    You all have your children abroad,thats a fact.Even after you have all driven the country to the brink of collapsing,you still make us suffer..our parent are yet to recieve payments after work yet you keep us out of school..habaaa pls explain fairness in your language sir…
    its a pity our leaders dont know the meaning of human right or the rule of law. Today and forever,it will be noted that under your leadership lautechites stayed away from school for 8months….240days!!!
    since you all have no respect for human right,you proved me right by asking police men to bring forth a student,pls I ask you Mr Governor,what were you planning to do sir?make him a scape goat?or kill him for speaking up for a basic right?you pushed them to the wall so expect anything you get…they have not insulted you rather you have insulted and disrespected their right to education and you have violated the rule of law….
    Now to Nigerian youths,i will urge you all to be political and dont all some old political thugs decide our future and that of our generation….i think its high time you started speaking up otherwise you willl die in silence….
    in a nutshell,we will speak up and complain until the right is done to clear the bushes of the wrong….
    IamKMS and i strongly stand with Lautechites!!!pls kindly Re-BC and save our generation

  37. Anon

    January 15, 2017 at 12:31 am

    People! People!! People!!!
    How can we let this man get away with this!
    Why are we, Nigerians, so timid and passive when it comes to our elected officials?
    This is so wrong. How insensitive and wicked.
    Where are our civil right leaders?
    APC IS THIS RIGHT? Mr. Jagaban please correct this. Mr. President do something please. How long will you look the other way.
    This fool needs to be sued and evicted from office. Reprimanded.
    CALLING ALL STUDENTS, PARENTS, BLOGGERS, CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS, G.O’s & PASTORS, NIGERIAN! RISE UP! Let’s stand up for our rights. Awake from your slumber Nigerians. This is wrong on all levels. Something must be done. Let’s make Oyo state impossible for him to govern. We elected him there now let’s get him out of office.
    Show this arrogant a-hole the power of the “masses”.

  38. Me

    January 15, 2017 at 2:01 pm

    When you want ‘change’ but don’t define what type of ‘change’. Please people of Nigeria enjoy change oooo. An overflow of rubbish and nonsense. Meanwhile….if it is someone who stole mobile phone, tyre and petrol will appear. Psychotic nation.

  39. Corolla

    January 16, 2017 at 1:50 pm

    Meanwhile his daughter, Ajibola went on Instagram to insult the protesting students. She called them mannerless generation. It is so sad. These politicans and their kids are so far removed from reality. Like what will possess her to go her to go online and insult these people? It just shows that these govt officials are not in the least bothered by the plight of the common Nigerian. They live luxurious lifestyles, they are celebrated by dumb bloggers, and as long as life within their shallow bubble isn’t affected, they couldn’t care less.

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