Ibadan Polytechnic suspends Students’ Union activities

Written by Maritime First

The management of The Polytechnic Ibadan says it has suspended Students’ Union activities following the breakdown of peace at the institution.

There is a report  that Mr Soladoye Adewole the Public Relation Officer of the institution disclosed this in Ibadan on Thursday in an interview.

“The students engaged in a fight after a female football tournament organised by the student’s union.

“There was a misunderstanding among the supporters which led to breach of peace at the institution.

“As a result of this, management decided to suspend all Students’ Union activities until further notice.

”It was the union that breached the regulation of the institution through the programme it organised.”

Report says that the gate of the institution has been shut by the students.

However, security personnel are present in the school premises to forestall breakdown of law and order.

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