President Buhari Reopens OAU
The members of the Obafemi Awolowo University Community have been directed to resume administrativ...
The members of the Obafemi Awolowo University Community have been directed to resume administrative and academic activities by the Visitor of the University, President Muhammadu Buhari.
In a publication on the University's website (www.oauife.edu.ng) and on some other platforms, circulars stating the compliance of the University Community to the Visitor's directive have been published and with the recommendation of the University Senate after it's Thursday's meeting, there are strong indications that academic activities would also begin in earnest.
The prayer of majority of the students of the institution may be getting desirable answers very soon.
Find the Released Circular Below,
"The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and Visitor to the Obafemi Awolowo University, has noted with concern the report of the crisis at the University on the process leading to the appointment of a new Vice-Chancellor.
The President, in line with his powers as the Visitor to the University, has therefore approved that the Senate of the University should convene a meeting to recommend a qualified member to the Honorable Minister of Education for appointment as Acting Vice-Chancellor.
Also aware of the level of insecurity occasioned by the actions of some Staff Unions on campus, the Federal Government has directed that all offices and facilities be opened for normal administrative and academic activities to enable a quick resolution of the impasse.
The attention of members of the University community, especially members of Senate of the University and that of the Staff Unions involved, is hereby accordingly drawn to the directive of the Visitor to the University requesting for a recommendation of an Acting Vice-Chancellor and the Government’s directive to the Staff Unions that offices and facilities of the University be opened for normal administrative and academic activities to allow for a quick resolution of the crisis."