The Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso has suspended understudy association pioneers in the school, over an inside clash in the association.
As indicated by an announcement by Kayode Ogunleye, LAUTECH enlistment center, the uncertain clash influenced the pioneers to lose their hold over understudies association issues.
“The University Management, having seen the ongoing unpalatable and monstrous circumstance on grounds, which has prompted a circumstance whereby Student Union pioneers were assaulting each other in this way lost control of the authority of the Union, chose that the Student Union of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, be prohibited with quick impact,” the announcement read.
As indicated by Ogunleye, an overseer panel has been established to guarantee a proceeded with connection between the understudies and the school’s administration.
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“To guarantee coherence of collaboration among understudies and the board of the college, a guardian advisory group has been set up to interface among understudies and the college the board.
“By this discharge, the administration of the Student Union should hand over the property of the Student Union and the University in their care to the Ag Dean of Student Affairs with prompt impact.”
In another announcement by the association’s authoritative arm, there were claims that the official arm of the association openly supported a gubernatorial competitor before Saturday races.
“LAUTECH is definitely not a private venture that can underwrite any political applicant or gathering challenging in the state or national governmental issues however it is unsettling that the SUG president face to face of Laurel embraced the Gubernatorial Candidate of PDP when he should remain unbiased being a political office holder, picture and Number one understudy of the school”.
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Reacting to this charge in a visit with TheCable, Laurel expelled the cases as a misguided judgment, saying the claim needed solid proof.
“They remain charges and gossipy tidbits and there is no proof to back up their cases. There was nothing of such, it was only a misinterpretation,” he said.
Meanwhile, the school’s management had earlier stated that students interested in contesting for position in the Students’ Union must undergo drug tests.
In a statement released in Ibadan on Thursday, the university management said it would no longer fold its arms and watch the future of youths by drugs.
To this end, Lekan Fadeyi, the university public relations officer, said it has entered a partnership with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
According to Fadeyi, Micheal Ologunde, the university vice-chancellor, made the statement when he hosted the NDLEA area commander in Ogbomosho, Yusuff Ahmed.
In his remarks, the NDLEA commander had alerted the vice-chancellor of the prevalence of drug abuse in Ogbomosho and its environs.
Ahmed said the category most affected by drug abuse are students adding that the NDLEA is seriously troubled about the ugly trend.