UNIABUJA SUG President Disagree With The VC And Reject Postponement Of Resumption Date

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The SUG president, Comr Pelumi in a discussion with the Vice Chancellor on 22nd of oct, disagree with the management on the issue of the University resumption date. The VC may be proposing a postponement of the resumption date due to the incompletion of the renovation progress of some particular place like hostels and lecture halls. The SUG President said, the university over the years have critically suffered academic programme duration elongated and instability due to several inglorious factors which has turn a 4 year course to 6 years course in the university. While we agree with the renovation of the university structure we feel that the students should be put into serious consideration

However, the president said the university was initially suppose to re-open on the 13th of october, but was later postpone to 27th of oct, he further and made it clear to the VC that the entire student of university of abuja stands to reject in its entirety any mechanical action that will bring about the postponement from 27th of oct. it is on this note that the entire university of Abuja students disagree with the proposal of the postponement.

The VC has summoned the SUG President, Dean and Deputy Dean Students and some stakeholders so as to continue discussion on this matter of resumption while the VC asked the President to go round the school and see the state of the renovation. The out come of the meeting will determine the final resumption date, however let me therefore announced that the resumption date still remains 27th of october for new student and 3rd of november for returning student.

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