The Tunde Rufai Phenomenon

This is going to be a long post as the intrigues into the political reality of my time at AFAS will be shared. It is important, to me, that I begin to unpack memories of my time in U.I, and one towering personality that defined my time there is the man, Tunde Rufai. Arguably, T.R, as he is fondly, maybe single-handedly, changed AFAS political landscape, and inevitably the whole university community. He lited a peculiar vigour, and became a face, a brand, a reference for those would become effusively passionate about leadership; and this was at a time the SUG was in hibernation, Tsunami fear was rife, and people were generally working at their CPGA than contesting for offices. It all began when Fred Anaeto was g...

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