UI ANNOUNCES NEW RESUMPTION DATE


Information reaching us from a reliable source has stated that the University of Ibadan is set to resume July 2 and examinations will commence two days after, July 4.

It should be  recallled that University Ibadan shut down activities against undergraduates students on May 29, following a declaration by the Vice Chancellor, on behalf of the Senate, after the students, led by the suspended Students’ Union President, Mr. Ojo Aderemi, held a peaceful protest outside the gate of the University.

CORPERS WILL BE POSTED TO FARMS-NYSC

National Youth Service Corps to start posting members to farms

According to General Suleiman Zakaure during his official visit to the NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp Shagamu, Ogun State, said that the move is in line with the Agricultural Development Programme designed for NYSC. 
He mentioned that NYSC has already acquired farmlands in some geopolitical zones like Kwali, Oyo, Bauchi and Kebbi. 

“It should interest you that we are starting the agricultural development scheme after the orientation programme for batch A corps members,  they will be posted to farms for their primary assignments to kick start the pilot phase”.
Although, we are starting with four states now but we will integrate other states, he said.

General Zakaure advised the corps members not to go out there looking for white collar jobs which are not in existence rather, develop their potentials for entrepreneurship.

BREAKING: UI SHUT DOWN SCHOOL TO RESUME JULY 17

​This was contained in an announcement made by the institution’s vice chancellor, Professor Abel Idowu olayinka on the University’s radio, Diamond F.M.
“This is Professor Idowu Olayinka, the Vice Chancellor, University of Ibadan, I hereby declare that all undergraduate students of the University are to vacate the halls of residence not later than 6.00pm
more details coming soon.

BE READY TO PICK DEAD BODIES – OYO STATE POLICE COMISSIONER TO UI STUDENTS


On the 28 May 2017, Sunday night, Mr Abiodun Odude,the commisioner of police, Oyo State assured the Students’ Union President of University of Ibadan, Mr Ojo Aderemi, in a phone call that there will be casualties should the students go ahead with their plan to protest at the Iwo-Ojoo Road on 29 May 2017.

It was a two section of phone conversation. Mr Odude was reported to have said the Students’ Union will “pick dead bodies” if it mobilises students to demonstrate. Mr Aderemi, Students’ Union President however, called him again, at which time his words varied in no significantly. This second conversation, recorded by the Union President, lasted exactly one minute and twenty-four seconds.

“I am telling you in very clear terms and I want you to understand me. If you come out of that University of Ibadan tomorrow, I will deal with anybody that does that. If you want to protest, protest within your university. And if there is any damage to any government property, I will deal with you and I will be stern with you because you are the President of that union,” he asserted in an unmistakable tone.

“So go and warn your students – if they like their lives, none of them should come out of that school because I am ready for you o! If they want to waste their lives, let them come out. If any student comes out for protest tomorrow and blocks any road, I will deal with him. Tell them that you spoke to the Commissioner of Police and that is what he told you. I am not joking. And I will be there by myself, not that I will deploy men,” he further stated.
The statements from the Commissioner came immediately after a meeting between the Students’ Union Executives and the University Administration. It was reported that he had earlier requested that the Union President come to his residence for an unknown reason. Mr Ojo Aderemi had then called to apologise for his inability to visit the commissioner when the rude shocking statement hit him.
It will be recalled that students of the University of Ibadan held a Congress on Saturday, 27 May 2017, where they resolved to protest poor welfare on campus and an overdue provision of student identification cards by demonstrating to media houses and at Iwo-Ojoo Road on the National Democracy Day.

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