A MAN OF DETERMINATION For Dr Adepoju Tejumaiye, it was determination and hard work that kept him going.

After primary education in his home town, he proceeded to Igbobi College, Yaba where he completed his secondary education. As a young and promising boy, he had passion for newspaper and read it everyday, this and also his brother’s friend who studied Mass Communication made him develop interest in your journalism. “I was at home for five years, not because I did not get admission into other schools but just because I wanted so much to study journalism at the University of Lagos”. He was admitted to study Economics at the then Ondo State University during his five years at home and after spending one semester, he withdrew because he wasn’t getting fulfillment in the course. With determination and hard work, he finally secured admission to study his dream course in 1989 at the University of Lagos. A father of four and a husband to Mrs. Mary Oluwatoyin Tejumaiye, Dr. Tejumaiye is a full alumnus of University of Lagos and the department of Mass Communication as he had his Master’s and PHD education in the same institution. His interest in lecturing started when he lectured at the then Ogun State University Satellite campus in Lagos. He later proceeded to the Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) Ogba to broaden his interest in lecturing. A native of Ogun State and in his mid-forties, Dr Tejumaiye was initially employed in 1997 after his PHD to lecture at the Department of Mass Communication, University of Lagos, but he later resigned for personal reasons.

. hardworking and prayerful – with this three features.Dr Tejumaiye had lectured at different universities like Babcock University. Dr Tejumaiye is a dedicated lecturer who has the fear of God in him and his advice to the students is to be determined. Ogun State. students will definitely reach their goals. He returned to lecture at the University of Lagos in August 2011 “I saw coming back to this department as a return home”. A major in public relations and advertising. he describe lecturing as having fulfillment. Redeemer’s University and Caleb University.

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