Monday, 14 March 2016

University Of Ibadan Students May Be Forced To Go Home As Crises Rocks Community

Students of University of Ibadan may be forced to go home. This revelation came to light after the students’ leaders met with the Dean of students and his officers at the students’ affairs Division on 11th March, 2016.
The students’ leaders led by the Students’ Union President, Olateju Aliyu Oladimeji, met with the Dean of students and other officers of the students’ Affairs Division over the issue of erratic power supply in the University community.
“The Dean of Students suggested that students should go home so that the school can have ample time to provide a lasting solution to the problem of power
supply on campus,” a reliable source stated.
It was also learnt that at the meeting, the Dean of students attributed the erratic power supply to IBEDC and the state of power generally across the country.
This position was however rebutted by the Students’ Union President who advanced evidence to show that the University Maintenance Unit should be held responsible for the welfare of the students.

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