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LAUTECH management has removed penalty on late registration. THANK GOD! The management sent an email today explaining that they have taken into consideration pleas from stakeholders and decided to remove the penalty. As it is, we don’t know what will be done regarding those that have already paid the penalty fee, (because honestly this matter is just turnioniown) — but we’ll update you once we find out.
FG set to hold reconciliatory meeting with ASUU. For the umpteenth time, ASUU and the Federal Government would be meeting tomorrow to hopefully resolve things once and for all. Meanwhile, 75% of ASUU lecturers from UI has voted that the strike should continue, while the remaining percentage pleaded that the strike be suspended — but with conditions. (Pulse)
NANS announces “Operation No Resumption, No Election.” NANS President Danielson Bamidele announced that the union is planning to boycott the upcoming election. He said Nigerian students — which represents 22.3million of registered voters — will not vote if the strike isn’t called off before election day. (Dailypost)
The school management has informed students (again) that the Mid-Semester CBT tests would be holding on the last week of this month. It also reminded students that those who haven’t paid before that time would not be allowed to write the tests.
Meanwhile, the Faculty of Engineering and Technology has postponed its induction ceremony which was scheduled to hold on Thursday.
P.S.: A tanker filled with petrol collapsed earlier today at Awoyaya area, Ogbomoso. The SUG are advising students to stay off the area for now to avoid stories that touch.
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