Oyinlola, who retired from the military as a Brigadier General enrolled at the university for Post Graduate Diploma in Theology.
The Centre Director of NOUN, Osogbo campus, Dr. Yemisi Pitan, advised the former governor and other matriculating students to focus on their studies and be good ambassadors of the institution.
Pitan asked the students to take their studies seriously, saying the centre would not tolerate laziness and any anti-social behaviour.
Oyinlola lamented inadequate funding of the education sector in the country and he advised the Federal Government to invest more in the sector for the development of the nation.
He said he decided to study Theology in order to know God more and added that he could become a preacher of the gospel.
“The Federal Government should invest more in the education sector. It is a critical sector which must be given attention for any nation to develop”. Oyinlola said.
“Nigeria will be greater if we invest more in the education sector and Nigerian universities will rank among the best in the world with the proper funding of the sector.”
It will be recalled that Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola had told a former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party in the South-West, Alhaji Shuaib Oyedokun, to stop calling him brother, saying there was no iota of truth in the claim.