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Student protest against mis-management of school programmes

06 February 2015, 19:30

The Management of the Ekiti State University (EKSU) has accused the leadership of one of its affiliate colleges, Michael Otedola College of Primary Education (MOCPED), Epe, Lagos, of huge indebtedness to the university.

In a statement signed by EKSU's Director, Information and Corporate Affairs, Ajibade Olubunmi, the university also complained that MOCPED has failed to present the results of students undergoing degree programmes to the Senate of EKSU for approval.

The Deputy Director, Affiliate Colleges, in EKSU, Dr F.M Osalusi, who noted that the indebtedness spans several years, explained that the EKSU Vice- Chancellor, Prof Patrick Oladipo Aina, had visited the college on debt recovery mission and the results issue without positive results.

The statement reads in part: “The Management of EKSU strongly condemns the nonchalant attitude of the Michael Otedola College of Primary Education on the huge indebtedness to EKSU and non -presentation of students’ result to EKSU Senate for approval.

“The Management of EKSU would want to make it clear to the whole world that the problems between students and MOCPED authority were caused by the management of that institution.

”On Monday by 8am, student begin their protest towards the issue on ground while they were acting, soldiers came from nowhere and started to brutal everybody both staffs and students. which a lot of students were injured due to the occurrence..student's needs the support of every Nigerians on this matter.

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