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AAUA students to swear oath, pay N20,000 reparation fee before resumption




All students of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko  Ondo State (AAUA), have been directed by the institution’s management to swear an oath and a reparation fee of N20,000 ahead of resumption.

The management had issued a policy in November 2022, that any student who had not completed the payment of their school fees would not be allowed to sit for the 2020/2021 session first semester examinations.

This had led to a protest by the AAUA student body which caused the school to be shut down indefinitely.

However, in a circular signed by the school’s Registrar, Olugbenga Arajulu, all students are required to pay the N20,000 as reparations for damaged school property during the protest.

The circular also stated that all students must swear to an oath of good behaviour before a Commissioner of Oath before resumption on January 30th, 2022.

The statement further read in part, “All outstanding school fees up to the 1st Semester 2020/2021 Academic Session must be paid by all students before resumption;

“All students must be duly registered up to 1st Semester 2020/2021 Academic Session;

“Students must swear to an oath of good behaviour before a Commissioner of Oath. Please, visit the University website for the template to be used;

“All students must submit a letter of good conduct duly signed by their Parent/Guardian;

“Any student who is unable to pay his/her school fees should request for Leave of Absence.”

However, a statement signed by the Student Union President, Ogunsanmi Kolade, and the General Secretary, Adeyefa Tolulope, and made available by the Public Relations Officer, Akinsulure Simbo, said the Union hopes that the school management would consider more lenient policies.

The statement reads in part, “It very is important to note the leadership of the union agitated for the resumption and it has finally established.

“However, we urge the Students’ Community to remain calm, as efforts will immediately be put in top gear to address some policies that are unfriendly to students as we prepare to peacefully return to campus.

“We have severally maintained a position that the union, being ideological, will only channel agitations through manners that conforms with the tenets of the 3Cs of Aluta.

“We are very much hopeful that the university authority would entertain our positions and reconsider more lenient policies.”


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