__Remember the story UNILORIN lecturer that slapped Lukman Shobowale, the Student Union President? Well, the erring lecturer,  Dr Tajudeen Ajiboye, has been suspended as the sub-dean, Faculty of Engineering and relieved from the examination  on Friday, 17 March, 2017.

The lecturer who had earlier denied slapping the SU president was been queried by the university management during a meeting held to resolve the matter and such measures were taken against him to ensure peace on campus.
However, the Students’ Union has released a press release to demand for a withdrawal of the case.
“Although, Dr Ajiboye has been queried, relieved from examination activities and subsequently suspended as Sub Dean Faculty of Engineering,” the students’ Union press release after the meeting reads

“The Student Union has, however, decided to withdraw this case in the best interest of our students  and ultimately let go!”

In the press release jointly signed by the President, General Secretary and the Public Relations Officer, the University management were appreciated for their effort and concern towards the welfare of the students and ensuring peace on campus.

The Students’ Union used the opportunity to request for an immediate continuation of the suspended examination and the request has been granted.

“As part of this peace accord, students from the Faculty of Engineering will now proceed with their examinations,” the press release reads:

“The Student Union particularly requested for urgent continuation of the postponed examination and a consensus was reached to commence all to the best interest of the University.”

The release which appreciated the Vice Chancellor specially for his selfless commitment and dedication in ensuring a good student-staff relationship.

“On the trending issue, we would like to register our displeasure over the unfortunate event that has snowballed into a conflagration. We wish to admit that the development regrettable but not out of place, as lessons have been learnt and bridges have been built,” the release reads in part

“We therefore sue for peace and urge for ceasefire among all stakeholders concerned. Time has come to let go and keep up with the developmental agenda of the university of Ilorin.”

“Similarly, we wish to state here that the sealing of the office of the lecturer concerned is not intended, but a show of discontent by some union officials, whose intention, though sincere, yet overboard!”

“Today, in what looks like a peace treaty championed by the Student Union President, Comr. Shobowale Lukman. ASUU, Council of former Student Union President, Student Affairs Unit as well as the University management in a bid to ensure an enabling environment and restore peace. At the meeting, all parties involved sued for peace.

“Dearest colleagues, we once again, have to appreciate the university management for their genuine intentions and responsiveness throughout this period, we wish to admit that the management has been positive to our demands and no stone was left unturned.”
CREDIT : campus voicing.com


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