Mr Oladeji, M. O.
/ Rector
Rector's Office, The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki
rector@tops.edu.ng

Mr Oladeji, Matthew Olaniyi was born about five decades ago in Saki, Oyo State, Nigeria. He attended First African Baptist Primary School, Saki (1970 – 1975); Baptist High School, Saki (1976 – 1980); Divisional Teachers’ College, Saki (1982) before proceeding to University of Ife (1985 – 1989) where he obtained Bachelor of Science Degree with honours in Political Science. He later had PGD in Financial Management from Consultancy Service Unit of University of Ibadan in year 2000 and M.Sc in Sociology from University of Ibadan in 2002. He is a Fellow and Board Member of Institute of Chartered Portfolio Management of Nigeria. At various times, he had been Head of Department, General Studies; Chairman, Committee of HODs; Chairman, Academic Standard Monitoring Committee; Member, Board of Studies; Member, Editorial Board of Institutional Journal of Humanities and Management; and Environscope Journal. He was elected Congregation Representative on the Governing Council, The Polytechnic, Ibadan, and was appointed substantive Director of Saki Campus by interview. He was a member of Take – Off Implementation Committee of The Technical University, Ibadan. He also served as the Chairman, Sport Advisory Committee for The Polytechnic, Ibadan. He served as Chairman and member of various statutory and ad-hoc committees too numerous to list at The Polytechnic, Ibadan. He has published many textbooks and several articles in reputable international and national journals. In addition, he has presented many papers at both international and national conferences; and has given speeches at various public functions across the nation. He is a seasoned and time-tested administrator as he has left track records in all the offices he occupied. He was appointed Pioneer Rector, The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki (TOPS) on 10th July, 2014.

Prince Amos Ojewole
/ Registrar
Registrar's Office, The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki
registrar@tops.edu.ng
+234 805 511 2409

He hails from Ile Ago Compound Apara, Oyo in Oyo State. He is a member, Nigeria Institute of Management and a Grade I Referee of the Nigeria Referee Association. He was a teacher at Government Secondary School Garki Kano in 1982. He was also a Classroom Teacher in Army Day Secondary School, Odogbo Barracks Ojoo, Ibadan(1983-1989). Prince Ojewole was Administrative Officer II and I at The Polytechnic, Ibadan between 1989 and 1993 and became Assistant Registrar by appointment (1993). He rose to the post of Deputy Registrar (October 2005). He bagged a certificate of merit from the Kano State NYSC for outstanding performance (1983) being one of the ten corps members found suitable for such award. The Prince during the course of his administrative career worked round the various units of the Registry as Deputy Registrar Rectory, Academic Affairs and Council Affairs. At various time, he was Vice President Association Oyo/Afijio indigenes (Staff) Polytechnic of Ibadan chapter and former PRO Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Polytechnic (SSANIP) among other notable positions. He is a devout Christian, happily married and blessed with children. He was appointed Pioneer Registrar of The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki (TOPS) in July, 2014.

Mr. Tijani Soliu
/ Bursar
Bursar's Office, The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki
bursar@tops.edu.ng
+234 802 427 1757

Mr. Tijani Soliu Afolabi was born in Saki, Saki West Local Government on 15th January, 1960. He attended African Baptist Primary School, Saki. He later proceeded to Community High School, Idi-Emi, Sepeteri. After successful completion of his Secondary School Education, he attended The Polytechnic, Ibadan and obtained both Higher and National Diploma in Accountancy. He also attended University of Ibadan for his Master Degree in Business Administration. He is a member of professional bodies: Associate Member, Nigeria Institute of Management (AMNIM), Institute of Cost and Management Accountant of Nigeria. He is happily married with children. He was appointed Pioneer Bursar, The Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, Saki (TOPS) on 10th July, 2014.