[FULL LIST] Ruby List Awards Organizers Unveil List Of 50 Most Influential NASSites

The Ruby List Awards is an innovation, aimed at celebrating excellence in Nigerian Students. It is based on credibility and transparency to unanimously recognize and reward distinct efforts of Nigerian Students.

Sequel to our earlier published story on the announcement of the first edition of Ruby List Awards, the names and list of Awardees who have successfully scaled all key innovations and have lived up to the standard of the honour.

Presented as a ranking of the 50 MOST INFLUENTIAL NASSITES, this publication presents a list of students who have excelled in the categories involved and as evaluated by fellow students.

Pictures of Awardees

 

Names of Awardees

From the above list, Ruby List is really an hall of fame for excellent students, as promised It has kept everyone awake and it is gradually breaking the barrier of award buying.

Full list

Here is the full list; names and pictures of the 50 Most Influential NASSites of AAUA, in no particular order.

1. Steven Adeyi, from the Department of Physics. Sports category.

2. Enoch Olayode, from the Department of Computer Science. Science/Tech category.

3. Michael Adekanye, from the Department of Mathematics. Fashion category.

4. Hellen Adebona, from the Department of Animal and Environmental Biotechnology. Governance category.

5. Olalekan Ogunlade, from the Department of Biochemistry. Sports category.

6. Daniel Fagbuyi, from the Department of Chemistry. Leadership category.

7. Olaide Ojomo, from the Department of Mathematics. Governance category.

8. Richard Akinmade, from the Department of Mathematics. Science/Tech category.

9. Timilehin Kayode, from the Department of Computer Science. Philanthropy category.

10. PESA TECH, from the Department of Physics. Science/Tech category.

11. Patrick Olaitan, from the Department of Physics. Governance category.

12. Damilola Oluokun, from the Department of Chemistry. Philanthropy category.

13. Samuel Ilesanmi, from the Department of Computer Science. Academia category.

14. Gbenga Ilesanmi, from the Department of Computer Science. Science/Tech category.

15. Deji Ogunmola, from the Department of Plant Science and Biotechnology. Governance category.

16. Franklin Agboola, from the Department of Mathematics. Sports category.

17. Olasunkanmi Adeyeye, from the Department of Chemistry. Governance category.

18. Paul Adebayo, from the Department of Microbiology. Fashion category.

19. Bamidele Ayomide, from the Department of Earth Science. Entrepreneur category.

20. Alexander Akinseye, from the Department of Computer Science. Leadership category.

21. Taiwo Onikan, from the Department of Animal and Environmental Biotechnology. Sports category.

22. Emmanuel Ologbon, from the Department of Computer Science. Sports category.

23. Olayiwola Orimoloye, from the Department of Chemistry. Sports category.

24. Praise Agbona, from the Department of Chemistry. Entertainment category.

25. Zaccheus Oloyede, from the Department of Chemistry. Leadership category.

26. Dunsin Aboyinbogun, from the Department of Biochemistry. Leadership category.

27. Joseph Akingbola, from the Department of Computer Science. Entertainment category.

28. Tony King, from the Department of Chemistry. Fashion category.

29. Oluwafunmilayo Akinlalu, from the Department of Microbiology. Entrepreneurship category.

30. Diwura Williams, from the Department of Animal and Environmental Biotechnology. Media category.

31. Olanrewaju Folarin, from the Department of Chemistry. Governance category.

32. CHM INNOVATORS, from the Department of Chemical Science. Science/Tech category.

33. Olasinmbo Akinsulure, from the Department of Biochemistry. Entrepreneurship category.

34. Omokolade Abegunde, from the Department of Microbiology. Entrepreneurship category.

35. Modupeoluwa Kolawole, from the Department of Biochemistry. Leadership category.

36. Olamilekan Awe, from the Department of Physics. Entertainment category.

37. Ifeoluwa Adefenwa, from the Department of Microbiology. Entrepreneurship category.

38. Oyindamola Folaranmi, from the Department of Earth Science. Entrepreneurship category.

39. Tosin Adebayo, from the Department of Computer Science. Leadership category.

40. Opeyemi Agbi, from the Department of Computer Science. Sports category.

41. Olasunkanmi Olodo, from the Department of Biochemistry. Sports category.

42. Princewill Charles, from the Department of Chemistry. Entertainment category.

43. Faith Ogunode, from the Department of Computer Science. Leadership category.

44. Tobi Olusa, from the Department of Biochemistry. Science/Tech category.

45. Faridat Sanni, from the Department of Chemistry. Academia category.

46. Titilope Oyewole, from the Department of Chemistry. Governance category.

47. Dann Nwankwo, from the Department of Biochemistry. Leadership category.

48. Oluwatosin Ologun, from the Department of Computer Science. Media category.

49. Temitope Oloye, from the Department of Animal and Environmental Biotechnology. Sports category.

50. Gifted Hands, from the Department of Mathematics. Academia category.

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