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Monday, 27 February 2017

University to expel 4,000 students tomorrow. See why

Osun State University management is to show the door to 4,000 university students who have not paid their school fees if they do not do so on or before tomorrow, 28 Feb, 2017.
The Management of the Osun State University (UNIOSUN) has said it will expel the students. The university had earlier announced that it is being owed over N2 billion in school fees debts by the students of the institution, some of who allegedly invested their school fees in ponzi schemes including MMM.

This was disclosed in a press statement issued by the Corporate Affairs Unit of the university and signed by the Acting Registrar, Mr Gafar Shitu.
According to the statement, any student that failed to pay the tuition fees before the expiration of February 28, 2017, deadline would no longer be considered to be a student of the institution.
It was also noted that some parents and guardians of the defaulting students have called the University help lines to report that they had long given money to their children to pay school fees.
“Students who cannot meet up with the deadline and do not want their studentship terminated may apply in writing to the school authorities to grant them leave of absence for the current semester with a sworn affidavit, pledging to make payment before resumption from the leave of absence.”
“The Management of UNIOSUN would no longer tolerate non-adherence to the deadlines for payment and course registration as contained in the University calendar and students handbook.
“With regard to this current 2016/2017 academic session, late registration commenced on December 5, 2016, and lasted until December 24, 2016, when the students’ portal was automatically shut down.
“However, the University Senate at its meeting of January 26, 2017, after observing that a large number of students had refused to turn up in spite of ceaseless appeals, decided that the students’ portal is reopened longer into the 12th week of resumption against the four weeks stipulated in the University regulations,” the statement added.
It will be recalled that the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Labode Popoola, earlier cried out of the debt of N2 billion school fees being owed by students of the institution alleging that the students have invested their school fees in Ponzi Schemes.

 Osun State University management is to show the door to 4,000 university students who have not paid their school fees if they do not do so on or before tomorrow, 28 Feb, 2017.
The Management of the Osun State University (UNIOSUN) has said it will expel the students. The university had earlier announced that it is being owed over N2 billion in school fees debts by the students of the institution, some of who allegedly invested their school fees in ponzi schemes including MMM.
This was disclosed in a press statement issued by the Corporate Affairs Unit of the university and signed by the Acting Registrar, Mr Gafar Shitu.
According to the statement, any student that failed to pay the tuition fees before the expiration of February 28, 2017, deadline would no longer be considered to be a student of the institution.
It was also noted that some parents and guardians of the defaulting students have called the University help lines to report that they had long given money to their children to pay school fees.
“Students who cannot meet up with the deadline and do not want their studentship terminated may apply in writing to the school authorities to grant them leave of absence for the current semester with a sworn affidavit, pledging to make payment before resumption from the leave of absence.”
“The Management of UNIOSUN would no longer tolerate non-adherence to the deadlines for payment and course registration as contained in the University calendar and students handbook.
“With regard to this current 2016/2017 academic session, late registration commenced on December 5, 2016, and lasted until December 24, 2016, when the students’ portal was automatically shut down.
“However, the University Senate at its meeting of January 26, 2017, after observing that a large number of students had refused to turn up in spite of ceaseless appeals, decided that the students’ portal is reopened longer into the 12th week of resumption against the four weeks stipulated in the University regulations,” the statement added.
It will be recalled that the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Labode Popoola, earlier cried out of the debt of N2 billion school fees being owed by students of the institution alleging that the students have invested their school fees in Ponzi Schemes.


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