The administration of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko (AAUA), Ondo State, has ordered the indefinite closure of the establishment as college students protest in opposition to the establishment’s coverage of “no tuition payment, no examination.”
An announcement signed by the Vice Chancellor of the college, Prof. Gbenga Ige, urged the scholars to vacate their halls of residence with speedy impact.
The college students had protested on Monday protested in opposition to the varsity coverage.
Many of them are but to pay their college charges and do their registration.
The administration of the varsity, it was gathered insisted that no scholar can be allowed to jot down the examination with out paying the charges.
As a results of the protest, the primary semester examination which was supposed to carry on Monday was placed on maintain as no scholar was capable of go to the examination corridor to jot down their papers.
Angry college students who have been chanting numerous solidarity songs went to the entrance of the principle gate of the college, barricading the Owo-Ikare Expressway inflicting visitors logjam for a number of hours.
The enterprise and financial actions across the college space have been paralysed in the course of the demonstration.
Governor Rotimi Akeredolu had on assumption of workplace in 2017 accomplished an upward evaluation of the schooling charges of the establishment, a growth which attracted a number of protests from the physique of scholars and oldsters as properly.
He had argued that what the scholars have been paying couldn’t allow the supply of high quality training to the scholars.