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Oladayo Popoola Military Governor of Oyo State In office January 1984 – August 1985 Preceded by Dr. Victor Omololu Olunloyo Succeeded by Colonel Adetunji Idowu Olurin Military Governor of Ogun State In office August 1985 – 1986 Preceded by Oladipo Diya Succeeded by Raji Alagbe Rasaki Born February 26, 1944 (1944-02-26) (age 66) Oladayo Popoola is a retired Nigerian Major-General who was Military Governor of Oyo State (January 1984 - August 1985) during the military regime of Major-General Muhammadu Buhari, He was then appointed Military Governor of Ogun State (August 1985 - 1986) during the military regime of General Ibrahim Babangida.[1] Oladayo Popoola was born on February 26, 1944. He completed his secondary education in Ikire, Osun State. He joined the army and moved up steadily through the ranks, becoming deputy defense adviser at the Nigerian High Commission, India, Director at the Staff College, Jaji, and Chief of Administration and Chief of Logistics Army Headquarters. He was appointed Military Governor of Oyo State in January 1984 and Governor of Ogun State in August 1985. He was a member of the Provisional Ruling Council.[2] Nigeria and Cameroon disputed ownership of the Bakassi Peninsula, thought to hold major oil reserves, with sporadic fighting starting in 1994. In November 1998, Nigeria and Cameroon exchanged prisoners of war. As commander of Nigerian forces in the region (82 Mechanised Division, Enugu), General Oladayo Popoola said the exchange was made in the "spirit of reconciliation in our countries".[3][4] While in the army, Popoola studied Law at the University of Lagos as a part time student, obtaining an L.L.B. degree. Later he attended the Nigerian Law School, Lagos and became a Barrister at Law.[2][4] In March 1999, he was chair of the Presidential Committee on Development Options for the Niger Delta, which recommended increased funds for infrastructural development and establishment of a Niger Delta Consultative Council.[5] Popoola was required to retire from the at the start of the Nigerian Fourth Republic, as were all other former military governors and administrators. In 2004, he was working as managing director of Daybis Printing Press, a company in Ibadan.[4] References ^ "Nigeria States". WorldStatesmen. http://www.worldstatesmen.org/Nigeria_federal_states.htm. Retrieved 2009-12-31.  ^ a b "Personality Profile: Major General Oladayo Popoola (Rtd)". Ogbomoso Community Foundation. http://www.ogbomoso.net/majgenpopoola.html. Retrieved 2009-12-31.  ^ "IRIN-West Africa Update 346 for 1998.11.25". United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Newsletters/irinw-346.html. Retrieved 2009-12-31.  ^ a b c Funmi Coker-Onita (February 26, 2004). "Maj. Gen. Oladayo Popoola From soldiering to printing". Daily Independent. http://news.biafranigeriaworld.com/archive/2004/feb/26/227.html. Retrieved 2009-12-31.  ^ "IRIN Update 425 for 3/18/99". United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. http://www.africa.upenn.edu/Newsletters/irinw425.html. Retrieved 2009-12-31.  v • d • e Governors of Oyo State David Jemibewon  • Paul Tarfa  • Bola Ige  • Victor Omololu Olunloyo  • Oladayo Popoola  • Tunji Olurin  • Sasaenia Oresanya  • Abdulkareem Adisa  • Kolapo Olawuyi Ishola  • Adetoye Oyetola Sode  • Chinyere Ike Nwosu  • Ahmed Usman  • Amen Edore Oyakhire  • Lam Adesina  • Rasheed Ladoja  • Christopher Alao-Akala v • d • e State Governors in Nigeria during the Muhammadu Buhari military regime (31 December 1983 – 27 August 1985) Anambra Allison Madueke Bauchi Mohammed Sani Sami Bendel Jeremiah Useni Benue John Kpera Borno Abubakar Waziri Cross River Dan Archibong Gongola Mohammed Jega Imo Ike Nwachukwu Kaduna Usman Mu'azu Kano Hamza Abdullahi Kwara Salaudeen Latinwo Lagos Gbolahan Mudasiru Niger David Mark Ogun Oladipo Diya Ondo Michael Bamidele Otiko Oyo Oladayo Popoola Plateau Samuel Atukum Rivers Fidelis Oyakhilome Sokoto Garba Duba See also State governors in the Nigerian Second Republic (1979 - 1983) and Military Governors in Nigeria during the Ibrahim Babangida regime (1985 - 1990) v • d • e Governors of Ogun State Saidu Ayodele Balogun  • Harris Eghagha  • Olabisi Onabanjo  • Oladipo Diya  • Oladayo Popoola  • Raji Rasaki  • Mohammed Lawal  • Oladeinde Joseph  • Olusegun Osoba  • Daniel Akintonde  • Sam Ewang  • Kayode Olofin-Moyin  • Olusegun Osoba  • Gbenga Daniel v • d • e Governors of existing states in Nigeria during the Ibrahim Babangida regime (1985 - 1992) Anambra Samson Omeruah Robert Akonobi Herbert Eze Joseph Abulu Bauchi Chris Abutu Garuba Joshua Madaki Abu Ali Bendel John Mark Inienger Tunde Ogbeha John Ewerekumoh Yeri Benue Jonah David Jang Yohanna Madaki Ishaya Bakut Idris Garba Fidelis Makka Borno Abdulmumini Aminu Abdul One Mohammed Mohammed Maina Mohammed Buba Marwa Cross River Dan Archibong Eben Ibim Princewill Ernest Attah Gongola Yohanna Madaki Jonah David Jang Isa Mohammed Abubakar Salihu Imo State Allison Madueke Amadi Ikwechegh Anthony E. Oguguo Kaduna Dangiwa Umar Abdullahi Sarki Mukhtar Abubakar Tanko Ayuba Kano Ahmed Muhammad Daku Mohammed Ndatsu Umaru Idris Garba Kwara Mohammed Ndatsu Umaru Ahmed Abdullahi Ibrahim Alkali Alwali Kazir Lagos Gbolahan Mudasiru Mike Akhigbe Raji Rasaki Niger David Mark Garba Ali Mohammed Lawan Gwadabe Ogun Oladayo Popoola Raji Rasaki Mohammed Lawal Oladeinde Joseph Ondo Mike Akhigbe Ekundayo Opaleye Raji Rasaki Bode George Sunday Abiodun Olukoya Oyo Tunji Olurin Sasaenia Oresanya Abdulkareem Adisa Plateau State Chris Alli Lawrence Onoja Aliyu Kama Joshua Madaki Rivers Anthony Ukpo Ernest Olawunmi Adelaye Godwin Abbe Sokoto Garba Mohammed Ahmed Muhammad Daku Bashir Salihi Magashi See also State Governors in Nigeria during the Muhammadu Buhari military regime (1984-1985), Military Governors in Nigeria during the Ibrahim Babangida regime, State Governors in the Nigerian Third Republic (1992-1993) Persondata Name Popoola, Oladayo Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1944-02-26 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to the Nigerian military is a stub. 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