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Man O’ War FUNAAB: 30 Years of Building Resilience

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The Pioneer Marshals and Patriots Never Had it Easy.


The journey of a thousand miles they say begins
with a step. Such is the story of Man O’ War FUNAAB
founded in 1988 at the establishment of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, with  only 25 members led by the pioneer Coordinator-in-Chief,
Patriot Moshood Kolawole Badmus and other members  who shared same vision.

H o w e v e r , t h e organization became fully
registered on April 12, 1990 as the first student organization on campus.

The pioneer Marshals and Patriots never had it easy, but with their resolve to face all odds that in the  course of making the dream a reality got supports from people of like minds who shared their vision by
supporting the organization financially, physically and
morally.

The beginning was however more of an uphill task for the 25 founding members who at that time were faced with series of challenges ranging from the mobility of members, accommodation, finances and most especially, uncomplimentary gestures of other students towards the organization.


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An excerpt from the Burgle bulletin: Man O’ War FUNAAB: 30 Years of Building Resilience. Click here to download the full bulletin.


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