AAUA agog as Akpororo performs at Laugh Out Loud show

The Student Union’s social director in conjunction with the leading smartphone brand, Itel Mobile, lit up the campus with fun unending as the popular comedian, Akpororo, performed at the Laugh Out Loud show.

The event, regarded in some quarters as the biggest ever entertainment show on campus, was held yesterday at the famous Olusegun Obasanjo Multipurpose Hall (OBJ HALL).

In an interview with the social director, Patrick Okeke (Pattoski Aladdin), he pointed out that the show was a stress reliever from the stressful life that students in the school are used to.

“Famous Roro king known as Akpororo Live in AAUA is to entertain us all after stressful lectures. You have fun and prepare for the examination and it also gives room for students to showcase their talents. Through that, they can get a better connection”.

The manager of Itel company in Nigeria had a brief talk with the students where he informed them about the new gadgets they have now and how affordable are their products.

He went further, saying that he is so happy to be in the midst of students of the institutions and hoping to see them getting their gadget from Itel.

During the course of the show, AAUA INSIDER gathered that Itel has decided to go to 6 schools with Akpororo in launching their new gadgets and AAUA happens to be the first.

Akpororo showed his gratitude to the students of AAUA for turning up in large numbers at the event. He also encouraged those who had come out to showcase their talent to the world. He urged them to shun discouragement at any time.

The social director of the student union of Adekunle Ajasin University also revealed that he is expecting more sponsors from organizations within and beyond the country.

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  • Omotosho Gloria popularly know as Dabira. A political scientist, a writer that covers Entertainment, AAUA hoes and Interview beats for AAUA INSIDER.Also looking up to be a very good human rights activist.

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