Federal University Of Oye Ekiti (FUOYE) experience a set back as the students of the institution engage in a Protest
The News update has it that the Federal university of Oye Ekiti (FUOYE) has shut down following the protest by the students of the institution,
Speaking to us, the Acting Registrar of the institution Oyeyimika Koyejo-Fasakin, said this is to prevent a break down of Law and Order. “he said the Managements where already prepared to grant the demands of the students before this commencement of the protest”
Further More He stated that as a mark of goodwill, the Vice-Chancellor was billed to hold a meeting with the students’ representatives at 13:00 hours on Tuesday, 15th May 2018.
Also the management has granted a 3-day lecture free period to all students to enable them organize with their parents and guardians as regards their fees.
The News is that the students disregarded all of these efforts made by the management,some students still deem it fit to cause choas which have the potential to cause a breakdown of law and order.
The Managements said “It is against this background that the university has been shut down until normalcy is restored to campus.
“Please be informed that the University Management is not insensitive to the plight of students who are yet to fully pay their fees and only dialogue can resolve a matter such as this.
Finally he said “we apologize to all our law-abiding students who are having to contend with the brunt of this episode. The resumption of normal academic activities will be communicated in due course.”
So Kindly Bear With Us as the School will resume normal activities soon.