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Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Why LAUTECH students prevented JAMB Candidates from writing exams (Photos)

There was mild drama at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology ( LAUTECH) in Ogbomoso, Oyo State on Monday, as aggrieved students shut the school gates to prevent UTME candidates from writing their examination scheduled for Monday morning.
The gates were reportedly locked by 5am after the student leaders had a meeting insisting that government must fight the crisis in the institution before admitting new students.

The demands include a comprehensive academic calendar, as many complained of having 3sets of 100 level students, including 200 level.

The students also charged the school authorities to fix an appropriate time for commencement of lectures and meet all necessary demands or risk a total lockdown of the institution.

The student leaders hope the protest will convince the federal government to intercede in the ongoing crisis in the institution.


11 comments:

Uka Chidinma said...

Saw them at NTA network around 9pm yesternight.

Vivian Reginalds said...

nawao!!!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Tayo said...

After all,see what the governor said

@MEETD®EALEVANS™ said...

This ones nor get sense, so u get ur own @ the expense of others...u want to protest, don't stop other students like u frm writing exams dey paid for...

Onah Caleb said...

My support to the student jare, very true imagine 3Set of 100level.

ikeoluwa said...

nawa o....and why are those men laghing....is this funny,pple's future is at stake here

Eazzy Pompey said...

Na wa oo

Ifeoma Ekewuba said...

3 sets of 100 level students??? That's too much biko, something needs to be done asap

ololade Salaudeen said...

Federal government should have intervened in this long ago, imagine having 3sets of freshers with no hope of resuming lectures anytime soon. All I smell is politics, the two owner states governors are APC, our school chancellor is APC, the president of the country is APC, so I guess it's normal for them to sweep the issue under the carpet like nothing is happening. Wehdone 'sirs'

Anonymous said...

Enter your comment...Melodrama or mild drama?

Anonymous said...

Did you read well or you need some glasses!!

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