Wednesday, 20 July 2016

There's no building collapse in Okopoly ------PRO

The management of Federal Polytechnic Oko, Anambra state has described the recent alleged building collapse at its extension as rumour, saying it was from detractors who were looking for an opportunity to discredit the unequal transformation in the institution.
In an exclusively interview, the Director Information Unit of the institution, Obini Onuchukwu categorically said "after supervision, in the course of his duty, the Director Physical Planning discovered that one of the buildings, public administration building, needed to be extended and deliberately adjusted that angle to enable us make it upto 2000 capacity hall instead of the former 1500 sitting capacity.
"By so doing, we requested our students to vacate the area for their safety. Academic activities are on in other parts of the campus. But the opposition went on to fabricate stories to dent the image of the polytechnic."
"Pictures don't lie. I challenge them to produce pictures of collapsed building. If u go there now, you will still see the public administration building standing tall and amendment going on,"
"We do not have any history of building collapse in the Institution because we have qualified personnel and can never compromise standard. We have over 13 gigantic structures out of about 22 already completed, awaiting commissioning and they are all certified alright. People should learn to appreciate hard work, selflessness as shown by Prof. Godwin Onu, in the past years," obini said.
He further urged the general public to disregard the rumours making the rounds, saying it was a mere plot to paint the prestigious institution black, assuring that the amendment would be completed as soon as possible.
He also maintained no mobile police men prevented students from having access to the area as speculated except that the school's security guarded the place to avoid student from getting hurt.

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