Adekunle and Iseoluwa Adedeji Attain Platinum Donor Status on the CoMUI Student Hostel Building Project

Doctors Adekunle and Iseoluwa Adedeji, esteemed alumni of the University of Ibadan (UI) and University College Hospital (UCH), have emerged as platinum donors for the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan (CoMUI) Student's Hostel Building Project. Their remarkable contribution not only showcases their deep appreciation for their alma mater but also their commitment to creating an optimal learning environment for future students at the College.

The Adedejis' journey into the medical profession passed through the esteemed walls of the Alexander Brown Hall (UCH), which served as a place of stability for their clinical training years leading to their remarkable career paths. Reflecting on their transformative experience, they acknowledge that their training would have been incomplete without the supportive environment and camaraderie fostered among their fellow students.

Amidst the rigours of their academic pursuits, Adekunle and Iseoluwa found solace and respite through sports activities organized at Alexander Brown Hall. Engaging in five-a-side football and volleyball tournaments provided a means to unwind after demanding days of scholarly endeavours, forging strong bonds and lasting memories with their peers.

Equipped with the knowledge and degrees garnered from CoMUI, the Adedejis have achieved significant distinction in their respective fields. Iseoluwa has established herself as a highly respected General Dentist, while Adekunle has made a substantial impact as a dedicated Family Physician/Geriatrician in the vibrant city of El Paso, Texas.


Their decision to support the CoMUI Student's Hostel Building Project stems from a deep sense of gratitude and a desire to give back. Foremost, they aim to honour the memory of their beloved parents, Professor Kolawole Ogungbesan and Dr. Oladejo Adedeji, who made considerable sacrifices to ensure their children received a quality education at Nigeria's premier medical school. The couple recognizes their parents' unwavering support and aims to pay tribute to their legacy.

Their contribution equally serves as a testament to the visionaries who constructed Alexander Brown Hall, a place that played an instrumental role in their formative years. By supporting the hostel project, they seek to preserve the spirit of unity and learning fostered by ABH and provide current and future students with an enhanced living experience.

Adekunle and Iseoluwa aspire to improve the educational journey of their younger colleagues. Understanding the challenges faced by medical students, they are committed to alleviating some of the hardships by supporting the development of modern and comfortable hostel facilities. Their dedication to creating an optimal environment reflects their belief in holistic education and its profound impact on the next generation of medical professionals.

The Adedejis express sincere appreciation to the relentless efforts of the building committee and the exemplary leadership of the CoMUI Provost. They recognize the unwavering commitment and tireless work invested in making the hostel project a reality. Inspired by this dedication, the couple felt compelled to join hands with their fellow alumni, contributing to the collective effort to ensure the progress and success of their beloved institution.

Adekunle and Iseoluwa Adedeji’s platinum donation status stands as a testament to their unwavering commitment to their alma mater and the field of medicine. Their support for the CoMUI Student's Hostel Building Project embodies the spirit of unity, collaboration, and gratitude. Standing alongside their fellow alumni, their contribution paves the way for a brighter future for CoMUI, its students, and generations to come.  Their selfless act of giving echoes the words of Helen Keller: "Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." With this significant gesture, they inspire others to join them on this noble journey, ensuring that the legacy of excellence at CoMUI continues to flourish.








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