Bells University Parents Forum (BUPF)

The Bells University Parents Forum (BUPF) comprises Parents/Guardians of students of Bells University of Technology, Ota and the Management of the University. The BUPF was inaugurated on 8th December, 2007 and meets at least, twice in a session. The Forum is set out to foster cordial relationship between parents/guardians of students and the University Management and to support the University in providing conducive environment for learning. Click here to visit BUPF website.




The Chairman

Mr Tajudeen Kareem FCA

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The 1st Vice - Chairman

Prince Dotun Odeleye

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General Secretary

Bisola N. Kehinde (Mrs.)

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2nd Vice Chairman

Prof. Olugbenga Ogunmoyela

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Assistant General Secretary II

Kemi Olugbojo (Mrs)

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Public Relations Officer

Anita Macquis (Mrs.)

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Financial Secretary

Mr. Olalekan Lasisi

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Assistant General Secretary I

Mr J. O. Eguavon

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Mr Opeoluwa S. Alebiosu

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Legal Adviser

Barr. George Ayo Bello

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Ex-Officio II

Mr. Azeez Amusat

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Mr Adebisi Dunmoye

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The pioneer Chairman was Sir (Prince) Murphy Atsepoyi-Akpieyi, who served from 2007 – 2010. Thereafter, Chief S. A. O. Jegede was elected as Chairman and served from 2010 - 2012. The immediate Chairman was Mr. Kayode Shobajo, FNIM, who served from 2012 -2014.


Since its inauguration, the BUPF has continuously contributed to the growth of the University through fostering cordial relationship between Parents and the University, interacting with Management on issues affecting students and supporting the University through endowment of sustainable projects.


Projects donated to the University include:

• Water Treatment Plants - 2009

• 250 Seater Cafeteria Complex - 2013

• 44 workstation E-learning Centre - 2013

• Students’ Friendship Centre - 2014

• Donation of a Brand New 30 Seater Coaster Bus - 2015

• Donation of a Brand New 18 Seater Hiace Bus - 2015


Click here to visit Bells University Parents Forum (BUPF) website.