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Tuesday, 23 January 2018

It Is Too Early To Judge The OOU SUG Executives - Professor Alaba



Prominent management official and Dean of Faculty of Education, Professor Alaba Adenuga has expressed confidence in the Adeosun Williams led 2017/2018 Students' Union Government of the Olabisi Onabanjo University to deliver beyond students' expectation.

Alaba made this known when he granted an interview with OOU Campus Mirror last Friday.His comment comes in wake of criticisms that has ravaged the Adeosun led SUG in recent weeks.

It would be recalled that several comrades and political stake holders have described the current SUG administration as a disappointment after it failed to address issues of scarcity of buses and increase in fare rates since the beginning of the new year.

However, for Professor Alaba, such comments is too early for an administration that has spent less than three months in office. "I think it is too early to judge them for now. Sincerely, after their inauguration, we went on holiday. There was Christmas break. Now that they are back, I think I had a discussion with the Vice President, Alimat that was planning to organize an awareness program against examination malpractice. So it is too early to judge them, they've spent barely just 3 months in office", Alaba said.

The erudite Professor who was also a former student's union leader in his university days also expressed confidence in the SUG President, Adeosun Williams to deliver his given mandate."I am sure the President who is a medical doctor is a cool headed person. It is an assumption that people in medicine are always focused and they know where they are going. So let's give them some time.

I don't want to make any judgment about them now whether they are preforming or not but I am sure they are not going to disappoint the populace", Alaba said.

In further remarks, he urged student union leaders and activists on campus not to compromise their education in the name of student's unionism. "Academics is the most important thing but today once you are in the union you feel on top of the world, they don't even have time to read, so you later go out there looking for job and not looking for the position you have held in the department or union."What is important is your degree and that is why I advice them that what is worth doing is worth doing well.

They should face their studies they should combine their studies and also understand themselves and know their nature. If you know you have to read 5 times before you can comprehend don't go into politics. Going into politics, you must create time, you must inconvenient yourself in order to achieve your goals in the university, the goal of every student in the university is to have a degree. So they have to combine the two effectively."

By Aina Tolulope

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