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W i n n e r s !!!

1st Prize winner - Team Bello (University of Ilorin)

2nd Prize winner - Team Agbaje (Al-Hikmah University)

3rd Prize winner - Team Sanni (University of Ilorin)

Data Hack Teams

Team Adewole (University of Ilorin):

Adewole, Kayode Sakariyah

Abikoye, Mathew Oluwaseun

Gidado, Abdulrauf Aremu

Omeiza, Daniel Amoto

Team Bello (University of Ilorin):

Bello, Olayiwola Wasiu

Akinwande, Victor

Jolayemi, Toyosi

Umar, Ismail Abiodun

Team Sanni (University of Ilorin)

Sanni, Surajudeen Abiodun

Makafan, Peter Oseanemo

Obaseki, Nosa

Oke, John Oluranti

Team Ayeni (Paramount Computers, Ilorin)

Ayeni, James Kehinde

Ajila, Gbenga

Sayo, O. Micheal

Alanamu, Zubair Olayemi

Team Ajao (Kwara State University)

Ajao, Jumoke Falilat

Jimoh, Nasir Owoyemi

Abdulkadir, Mustapha Olatunji

Kasumu, Gafar Olanrewaju

Team Agbaje (Al-Hikmah University)

Agbaje, AbdulGaniy Babatunde

Ogidan, Bolaji Samuel

Bakare, Habeeb Olabisi

Joseph, Emmanuel Kayode

Team Justice (Ladoke Akintola University of Technology)

Emuoyibofarhe, Justice

Ojo, Akintade S.

Afolabi, Olamide

Oyewusi, Adeyemi

Ojeyinka Abiola

Team Tayo (Ladoke Akintola University of Technology)

Arulogun, Tayo

Olanrewaju, Adetula

Adeyemi, Adegoke

Abioye, Samson

Latinwo, Bukola Mubo

About the Event

We have the pleasure of announcing the First Unilorin Open Data Hack Day event, coinciding with the 2014 International Open Data HackDay ( slated for Saturday, February 22nd, 2014 at the University of Ilorin Auditorium (Basement).

The Data Hack Event is one of the University of Ilorin's Open Data Research Group activities as part of the World Wide Web Foundation funded 'Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries (ODDC)' research project on Investigation of the Use of the Online National Budget of Nigeria, supported by grant 107075 from Canada’s International Development Research Centre ( Find out more at:

The data hack is organised as a competition between Teams, on visualisation of the budget data of Nigeria (, the data being the bedrock of our ODDC research. Teams comprise of a Team Leader, Programmer, Systems Analyst, and Web Developer.

The event will be run with BudgIT Nigeria, which is a creative start-up driven to retell the Nigerian budget and public data in a finer detail across every literacy span (


Session 0:           9.00am – 10.00am                   Arrival and set-up

Session 1:         10.00am – 10.30am                 Opening Ceremony

Session 2:         10.30am – 11.30am               Keynote/Ideation Session – BudgIT Nigeria

Session 3:         11.30pm – 1.30pm                 Team Hack work commences

L U N C H   B R E A K

Session 3:           2.00pm – 4.00pm                  Team Hack work continues

Session 4:           4.30pm – 5.30pm                Team presentations, Judging

Session 5:           5.30pm – 6.00pm                    Presentation of Prizes and Closing.

* Refreshments will be available mid-morning and mid-afternoon

Members of Unilorin Open Data Research Group