Unilorin Students Accuse School Management Of Corruption

Students of the University of Ilorin (Unilorin) have accused the school management of a lack of transparent in their dealings with charges and fees.

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The university has mostly been accused of not releasing PC tabs which have been paid for by students.

Many took to twitter to express their anger and disappointment over the issue.

Below are some posts:

https://twitter.com/kaybabaOFFICIAL/status/812315806910611456

 

 

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  • University of Ilorin
    PRESS STATEMENT
    Distribution of outstanding PC Tablets commences after Yuletide

    Arrangements have now been concluded to commence the distribution of all outstanding PC Tablets to concerned students of the University of Ilorin immediately after the New Year break.
    The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin and Chairman of the Association of West African Universities (AWAU), Prof. AbdulGaniyu Ambali (OON), who disclosed this last Friday (December 23, 2016), disclosed that a Committee set up by the management would meet with all stakeholders on January 10, 2017 to work out the modalities for the distribution of the PC Tablets for both the 2015/2016 and the 2016/2017 academic sessions’ intakes.
    A press statement signed by the University’s Head of Corporate Affairs,. Mr. Kunle Akogun, quite Prof. Ambali as explaining that the delay in distributing the PC Tablets to students admitted during the 2015/2016 academic session was due to the inability of the contractor to supply the consignment on schedule.
    Blaming the problem on the vagaries of the economy, Prof. Ambali said that the supply contract was issued to the vendor at a time when the exchange rate of the naira was N162 to $1.
    The Vice-Chancellor said, “But shortly after the contract was signed, the Naira exchange rate began showing some fluctuations against the dollar and as a result of this, the vendor/supplier decided to hold on to see if he could get foreign exchange at the official rate”, adding that “this however became a problem, as he was unable to get what he was looking for, and the Naira depreciated further.
    Prof. Ambali then commended the concerned students for their patience and understanding, assuring them that the University management would never toy with anything that concerns their welfare.

    Signed
    Kunle Akogun
    Deputy Director, Corporate Affairs
    for Management

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