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Sunday 29 April 2018

Campaign Against Examination Malpractice: Lymar Set To Deliver Students From Claws Of Ignorance

It is said that "nothing in all the world is as dangerous as sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity".

Hence, the OOU SUG vice president, Lawal Alimat Arinola (Lymar), set out to campaign against examination  malpractices and dubious acts as she claims that many are ignorant of its consequences.

In an interview with Campus Mirror, Lymar revealed that the height of ignorance of the students lead to issues during final clearance.

In her words, "some will be called to face the Students Disciplinary Committee (SDC) but they won't show up until the school management refused to release their   notification of results during clearance because they have issues with SDC".

Lymar reveals her heartache as she recounted several students who graduated last year but were denied clearance because they had unsettled issues with SDC. She said "some will cheat in 200l and it is when they want to do their final clearance that they realize how deep in mess they are". She also said her first experience with the SDC saw the successful vindication of 49 students from the SDC, thus, the need for students to know SDC is real.

The campaign which is set to hold on Tuesday, 1st of May, 2018, according to Lymar, it is to avoid excuses from students for not being able to attend, as it falls on a public holiday. Lymar opined that the programme cannot be held during examination period as the students will not want to attend such lecture in the stead of their examination  preparation.

The VP has said that the Provost, Tai Solarin College of Education, Ijebu Omu, Dr Adeola Kiadese, the Special Guest of Honor,  and Professor Alaba Adenuga of the faculty of Education, the guest speaker of the occasion will enlighten the students on reasons, consequences and how to overcome examination  malpractices and dubious acts.

The rally which shall commence by 10am to 11am at the SUG Building on Tuesday will be rounded off with a lecture at 1pm the same day at the Moot Court. Lymar has promised incentives such as free campaign T-shirts for the first 20 students to arrive for the rally and refreshments at the lecture.

By Ogunjimi Ayomikun

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