The company was established in 1985. It was originally known as Poly Consult, and later as MAPOLY Consult. However, in 2009 the company was incorporated as Moshood Abiola Polytechnic Integrated Services Company (MAPINSCO).
- Making food available on the tables of Nigerians.
- Encouraging exportation from excess production of food items.
- Making a quality and affordable accommodation/office for individual/corporate organisation/Government institution a must.
- Developing an environment for pure relaxation, and pure business thinking.
- Creating a global village for a local view, global communication and global research for personal build up
An indigenous Business Venture with a Global Outlook set to reach out, meet needs, excel in all areas of business endeavour, and above all contribute to the growing economy of the state in particular and the nation in general.
The company has various business lines which include:
- MAPINSCO Suites
- MAPINSCO Agro-services
- Microfinance Bank
- Polytechnic Bookshop
The General Manager
Mr. Akinwunmi Matthew AJAYI
Designation: Principal Lecturer
Mr. Akin Ajayi was born on 18th August, 1959. He attended Ibadan Boys’ High School, Ibadan (1973 – 1978) for his secondary education. He proceeded to The Polytechnic, Ibadan (1978 – 1980). He went further, in pursuit of his career, to the University of Lagos, Lagos (1980 – 1983) for his Bachelor’s Degree and the University of Ilorin, Ilorin (1993 – 1994) for his Master’s Degree. He obtained the following qualifications: West African School Certificate; Advance Level (A/L) certificate; Bachelor of Science (Hons), Physics; and Masters of Science, (lonospheric Physics).
He is a member of the following Professional Bodies: Nigerian Institute of Physics; and Science Teachers’ Association of Nigeria.
Since he joined the Polytechnic, he has actively been involved in lecturing. He had been the Coordinator, Physics Unit, department of Science Laboratory Technology. He has books and journal publications to his credit.
He was appointed the Director, School of Science and Technology February 2007 to till 2011, a period of two consecutive terms.
Currently, he is the General Manager of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic Integrated Services Company (MAPINSCO).
He is happily married and his marriage is blessed with children.
At the Suites, we receive guests into rooms that are elegantly furnished. We also run a restaurant and bar.
Other services include: outside catering services for parties, wedding ceremonies, burial ceremonies, corporate events, etc.
We have open grounds to host parties or let out to people to host their parties and events.
We extend the scope of our services to outsiders. The Guest House has 2 arms: The main suites on the campus and the annex at the GRA, Ibara, Abeokuta which services mainly outsiders.
In an attempt to convert the rich fertile land of MAPOLY to productive use, the Oil Palm plantation was planted some four (4) years ago on over 6 hectares of land. The Agro Services is a business arm of the Polytechnic that generates revenue.
Efforts are being intensified to purchase oil palm producing machines to make the processing into finished goods such as palm oil, soap, vegetable oil, etc easier. Agro Services is also into production of cassava which at the end of the day is converted into Starch and Gari.
As part of instructional exercise, students in Food Science and Technology department will soon be involved in the process of oil production.
The Polytechnic Bookshop was established in the year 2007 to meet the yearnings of industrious students. What actually gave rise to the establishment of the Bookshop was an attempt to have a common place where students can turn to in order to lay their hands on books that might not be within their easy reach. In other words, students have the opportunity to buy books of their choice at the bookshop.
It has, since its establishment, contributed to students’ academic excellence. It also creates an atmosphere for research activities.
The bookshop is stocked with books written by distinguished and renowned scholars within and outside the Polytechnic.