Accounting Students' Parliamentary Sitting Turns Violent
Nigeria Universities Accounting Students' Association (NUASA), OAU, went violent at their parliamentary sitting held last Friday to assess the state of the association and discuss proceeds of their annual summit (NISELS).
From a press release from the Parliamentary Section of the Association pasted around ODLT area, it was gathered that crisis began to rock the Accounting Students Representative Council(ASRC), OAU chapter, since the organisation of an annual conference (NISELS). The programme was said to have generated an huge sums of money to the association however the crisis reached its peak when some of the parliamentarians claimed that the President of the Association, Vincent Adebola, had refused to present the financial report of the program and walked out of a sitting without permission when asked to present a report by the parliament.
When contacted, the president said, “The issue is that we were there to present the financial report of our summit but in the process of giving that report, there were lots of interception from the members of the ASRC. It was just a minor issue and we were able to resolve it and everything has been settled. There was nothing like fighting.”
However, there was another sitting on Friday 20th February 2015 and the sitting was said to have ended violently with the suspension of two executives and a campus journalist identified as Afeez Lasisi being attacked.