The newly appointed Chairman of Association of Southern Nigerian Students (ASONIS) Comrade Aderinto Emmanuel has written to the Governor of Oyo State, Govenor Seyi Makinde (GSM) to kindly have mercy on students who are yet to fully paid there school fees.
LAUTECH management has earlier notified students that any students who is yet to fulfilled all financial obligations would not be allowed to write forthcoming examinations which is expected to kicks start on Monday.
Comr. Emmanuel in his press release titled ‘GSM SHOULD SAVE US FROM DROPPING OUT OF LAUTECH’ pleaded with Oyo Governor to look at the current situation of the country ranging from insecurity, inflation, unemployment which tends to increase poverty in our nation.
Comr. Aderinto furthered that Nigeria as a country is a debtor and yet our nation has not been removed from the lists of nations in the world.
In conclusion, he begged for Governors intervention before the examinations commenced on Monday.
Read the full press release:
Association Of Southern Nigerian Students
Oyo State Chapter
Office Of The Chairman
GSM SHOULD SAVE US FROM DROPPING OUT OF LAUTECH
On behalf of many affected students of LADOKITE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY (LAUTECH), I write to request that tge Executive Governor of Oyo State, His Excellency, Engr. Seyi Makinde to speak on the ‘NO TUITION, NO EXAMS policy.
For many years, there has been increase in social vices and insecurity in the state and Nigeria as a whole which also affects students and our parents. This can be partly attributed to the increase in the rate of poverty and lack of funds to manage many things including education. There has been an exponential increase in the cost of living and no parallel provision for the means.
Even Nigeria as a country, owes money, and the nation has not been sent away from the gathering of Nations due to its deficit.
On this note, I request the executive governor, Engr. Seyi Makinde to speak on this inhumane demand of no tuition, no exam policy that has been adopted in LAUTECH for a while now.
The examinations are scheduled to start this Monday, and I hope the Governor would act in the best interest of the Students’ once again.
If we are truly important to you, we know you would care once more.
Comr. Aderinto Emmanuel
Oyo ASONIS Chairman