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Sunday, 17 December 2017

SUG Meets OOU Management Over Portal, Transportation And Other Issues



The executives of the Olabisi Onabanjo University Student's Union  Government  met with the management officials of the University last Wednesday in a bid to address several issues that are affecting the students populace.

Campus Mirror gathered that  the meeting which lasted for about two hours was held at the board room of the Vice Chancellor's office. In attendance were:  the Vice Chancellor of the University,  Professor G.O Olatunde, the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Professor Ebunoluwa Oduwole, Professor Alaba and other management officials.

The SUG executives who were in attendance includes, the President, Comrade Williams Adeosun, Vice President, Comrade Lawal Halimat, General Secretary, Comrade Adebola Adesoji, Legal Director, Comrade Olatunji Johnson, Welfare Director, Comrade Muhammed Iman, Public Relations Officer, Comrade Ogunride Success and many others.

While briefing OOU Campus Mirror on the outcome of the meeting, the SUG Vice President 1, Comrade Lawal Alimat (Lymar) revealed that several issues including transportation, portal, hostel, health care and many others have been addressed.
According to Lymar, portal related issues like error in entering RNN number will soon be rectified as the school's director of ICT who was also part of the meeting has been duly notified.

On the issue of transportation, Lymar said that the school management in conjunction with the SUG are making efforts to bring in private investors to invest in the Transportation system. She added that the institution would soon eradicate very old men who engage in driving as well as those who use condemned buses and cars.

On Sports, She disclosed that the Vice Chancellor has mandated that 4 - 6pm on Wednesdays must be utilized judiciously by students for sporting activities. Hence, there will be an end to lectures being held at sporting hours.  Similarly, the University is set to constitute a Quality Assurance  Team who would monitor lectures and activities of lecturers.

For the hostellers , the road that leads to the hostel would soon be graded, says Lymar. The SUG also successfully liased with the Management for the construction of a sick bay at the hostel. Furthermore,  permanent ambulance bus would be put in place there as well.

In Sagamu, the school is set to construct an health centre for  students which will put an end to the bills incurred in the course of using the OOUTH.

Meanwhile, an attempt by the SUG to negotiate a 60%/40% school fee payment schedule failed. Nonetheless, the management promised to give adequate extension to enable all and sundry to pay their school fees in time. It also promised to provide electricity at the large lecture theatres and undergo  renovations where necessary.

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