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The Alumni Association of the Ekiti State University (EKSU) has supported the institution’s no-fee-no-lectu ­re rule.

It said the rule would facilitate development
in the university.

The Association’s National President, Mr.
Bola Ogunlayi, spoke with reporters in Ado-
Ekiti, the state capital, while inaugurating three committees, including the constitution review committee.

Ogunlayi said: “The Vice-Chancellor ­ (VC) has
drawn his master plan for the varsity’s development. He knows what he wants and how he intends to achieve this. Whoever
opposes him on such a simple rule is opposing his plans for the institution’s progress.

“When we were here as students, we never
had issues with paying school fees. Then,
the university gave students a few weeks of grace, after which whoever failed to
meet the deadline paid additional sum for

On the association’s plan to review its constitution, Ogunlayi said: “The decision
would introduce freshness into how the association is run. Areas, such as the status
of graduates who underwent part-time
programmes, those who did diploma programmes, the zoning of elective posts in
the association, the delegate system to elect
its leaders, verification and mobilisation of
state chapters would be reviewed in light of
current realities.

Prof. Sunday Asaolu, who chairs the Constitution Review Committee, said “the
committee would come up with a constitution that would address the
identified issues.”

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