OAU 6: Students' Union Maintains June 30 Deadline Given To The Management

The Students' Union of Obafemi Awolowo University has insisted and maintained the June 30 deadline given to the university management to reinstate the remaining six (6) suspended students.


In a recent Press Statement co-signed by the Public Relations Officer, Ojedokun Emmanuel a.k.a Immanuel Kant and the President, Akande Omotayo a.k.a TY, the Union has retained her initial position that the Union will not recline to start practical action towards the reinstatement of the suspended students as preparations toward that are in top gear.
"The June 30th deadline issued by the congress of Great Ife students is fast approaching. We will not recline to start practical action towards the reinstatement of the suspended students as we are already making preparations to do. By June 30, we will have exhausted the grace of consultation and dialogue. We are very expectant that the university management will yield to our demand before sorting to the last options."

It will be recalled that the Students' Union leaders told the Congress of students on the 16th of June, 2015 their efforts so far at ensuring the reinstatement of the suspended students and the resolve to end consultations and dialogues come June 30. The deadline was eventually adopted by the congress as part of the resolutions.

The suspended students include Olubanji Oluwole, Adabale Olamide, Adewumagun Johnson, Ibirogba Samuel and Sanyaolu Olajuwon.

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