- The management of University of Ibadan has ordered all students to vacate the school premises before 6:00 pm on Monday, May 29 after a protest erupted
- The students were asked to vacate school premises following a protest embarked upon by the students
- Amid this misunderstanding, the son of the Vice Chancellor (VC) graduated in the United States (US)
On Monday, May 29, students of the University of Ibadan were amazed as the school authorities ordered them to vacate the school premises until further notice.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that the students were made to vacate the school premises before 6:00 pm based on a protest they staged over the weekend because they have not been given their identity cards (ID cards).
However, few days before shutting down the school, the VC, Prof Idowu Olayinka was reported to have travelled out to America to attend his son’s convocation ceremony. This made students of UI call him out on social media.
According to Akpan Udeme on Facebook, he posted Prof Olayinka's picture with his family in America and caption them:
“University of Ibadan, Vice-chancellor attended his son's convocation in the US last week. Today, May 29, 2017, he ordered the students of UI to vacate the hotels and locked down the school. If a petty issue like not providing ID CARD to students is still making a University like UI to be locked down. I can say Nigeria is not moving forward.”
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