The former President

  • Comrade Ishola Michael Segun aka Dr.Flow is the president of the faculty of Agricultural students for the 2016/2017 administration . 

Dr.Flow is the founder and originator of this very website.

He was born in the year 1992 on the 28th of September, he is an Artist, musician, a comedian and an Agriculture students.

 he attended pioneer nursery and primary school, Ilorin,  after which he proceeded into the secondary school.  he went to government day secondary school, adewole and got transfer to another secondary school when he was in ss1,he finished his secondary school at government secondary school omu aran, Kwara state.

He got admittion into the better by far institution in the year 2013,after which he became the NaaS welfare director in his 300level.after lots of hardwork and vibrancy, the students voted him in as the faculty of Agricultural students President which make him to be the first president to occupy the office after serving as an executive member of Naas.

He achieved a lot during his administration, achievements which includes

1. Unveiled  the official NaaS website

2. Creating a NaaS Relaxation center for students

3. Organized a successful Excursion since 2011

4. Unveiled the Naas official shirt

5. Winning lots of inter-versity quiz and debate

6. befitting social events

7. Successful tutorial classes.

And lot more

He brought in

Naas!!!  Koni baje oooo.

2 thoughts on “The former President

  • profsteve

    more grace to you my one and only friend

  • Understanding Benue! – Politics (1) – Nairaland

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    by warripekin(m):8:32am On Mar 15, 2012During my final year
    at the university, I traversed the lenth and breath of Benue
    state since my project then was based on the hydrogeology of Agila in Ado LGA of
    the state. Because of the success of the project, I was supported by unicef to investigate and a give a report on why boreholes sank by unercif were failing in most communities there.
    So with BERWASA, I went as far as Abande, Gertoka, kastsi
    na ala, Oturkpo, Gboko, Makurdi etc. Cultuarally, I discovered
    that the Tiv’s and Idomas do not have a lot in common. The tivs are obviously the major
    ethnic group in Benue and they dominate everything there.
    The idomas on the other hand, have more cultural affiliations to Igbos
    who happen to be there neighbours bordering south. Iiving in Makurdi is cheap and the people are
    easy going. If a tiv man likes you, he would n’t mind sharing his wife with you.

    I enjoyed some of their delicacies back then like Pande
    with egusi soup served with bush meat under their traditional hut.
    I also discovered that most men in Benue love any thing that has to
    do with force be it police, army, warder etc in virtually all the
    villages I went to, majority of the men who had any
    thing to with work in government were either police or army.
    In the cause of my research, I went to the state university (BSU) ,
    federal university of agric, the local airstrip
    and river basin development authority where I gathered materials and one thing I
    discovered is that people here are layed back and very friendly.

    The most beautiful girls in Benue are the Agatu girls , but if you wan jogodo, better hang out with tiv girls.
    They bring it, if you know with I mean. Indeed Benue is the food
    basket of the nation.
    Re: Understanding Benue! by POTUT(m):8:36am On Mar 15, 2012I passed through Benue first in 1991 on route to Kaduna.
    Then it did look like there was more northern influence on the town. I passed through again in 2010
    from a trip to Taraba and there was a very visible christian-like
    influence on the state. These judgments were made from what
    I could glimpse and the places I saw.
    Downtown Markurdi had an undeniable Ibo presence.
    I ate at a local restaurant at High Level. I also noted that taxis were very cheap.

    What is it with Lagos taxis BTW?
    Re: Understanding Benue! by doofanc:8:44am On Mar 15, 2012Interesting thread here.

    Dont have too much time to contribute, but as born (but not bred) Benue (Tiv) man i can say DRANOEL is
    quite correct in his analysis.

    Also posters should kindly ignore the silly trolls here trying so hard to
    derail the thred. we are definately not at the ‘receiving end’ of anything.

    I would add however that we do have a substantial hausa
    population here. Places like Katsina Ala, Northbank
    in Makurdi, zaki biam have large hausa communites living
    peacefully with the native TIVS.
    1 LikeRe: Understanding Benue! by marcus1234:8:58am On Mar
    15, 2012Always be like this[img][/img]
    Re: Understanding Benue! by prettyboi1(m):9:27am On Mar 15, 2012This @chosen04 chick is sooo dull slept with
    the Tiv man’s wife and lived to tell about it?
    Re: Understanding Benue! by DRANOEL(m):11:02pm On Mar 15, 2012blackcat1:

    Do you have proof of any man that has visited a Tiv man; slept with the Tiv man’s
    wife and lived to tell about it?

    good question
    Re: Understanding Benue! by aninibinladen1(m):11:51pm On Mar 15, 2012movers82: Nice observation from the poster, I am Idoma and
    my village shares boundary with Nsukka.Benue has got nothin similar with the north both culturally and religiously.

    We are more naturally inclined to the south than north though I would
    rathere be called a middle belter than be classified as north or south.

    i read some more on benue and i notice that politically idomas tend to be pro establisment pro northern whereas
    the tivs seem to always lean towards anti establishment and are progressives i.e the tivs through umbc in the 60’s and 70’s aligned with the action group just like now most tivs are
    action congress (a party considered a yoruba progressive party)
    Re: Understanding Benue! by Ameh02(m):4:57pm On Apr 03, 2012chosen04: whats the
    essence of this thread? To tell us that those fools who joined their northern cohort
    to twist justice in niGERia now looks like ”US” now that they are at the
    receiving end? . . . . . . .

    I can now understand why JESUS had to WEEP!
    pls don’t d bible into dis. d only thing u can say &
    i ll agree is that every Nigerian is at d receivin end for been being
    bundled-up wit these malos.
    Re: Understanding Benue! by nanos:5:54pm On Apr 03,
    2012Tiv of Benue and Fulani inter-ethnic deadly brouhaha,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=ce7868657b5cb0e2&biw=1366&bih=608
    Re: Understanding Benue! by nanos:5:57pm On Apr 03, 2012Benue is one
    of the states that will implode should Nigeria divide.
    There is ABSOLUTELY no love lost between the Tiv (land grabbers and local oppressors) and the Idoma people.

    Please ask the Senate president (an Idoma) to describe the TIV for you.

    Re: Understanding Benue! by kokoA(m):6:02pm On Apr 03,
    2012nanos: Benue is one of the states that will implode should Nigeria divide.
    There is ABSOLUTELY no love lost between the Tiv (land grabbers and local oppressors) and the Idoma people.

    Please ask the Senate president (an Idoma)
    to describe the TIV for you.

    Throw more light on the above please.

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