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NANS accuse Mapoly rector of fraud over school fees hike

The National Association Of Nigerian Students, Ogun State branch have accused the Rector of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Dr. Adeoye Odedeji, of milking students through fee hike and imposition of exorbitant new fees and mismanaging the proceeds.

In a statement titled “CALL FOR MASS ACTION TO END MISMANAGEMENT OF MAPOLY BY THE MANAGEMENT”, which was co-signed by it’s chairman Damilola Simeon Kehinde and the PRO, Olufemi Owoeye, the association said the rector was leading the school into crisis which calls for urgent public attention.

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NANS also said its effort to resolve the issues with the school management has proved futile because of the latter’s disregard for diplomacy.

The statement read in part “We are quite aware of how the casual workers in the institution are working without salary for months. Revenue generated from the exorbitant levies are diverted for private use of the Rector and his associates. What then is the justification for the increment in fees? “

“We are aware also that the Rector was released on bail from anti-fraud office in Lagos for financial misappropriation reasons. This is just few weeks after he was confirmed the substantive Rector. Yet dishonesty, increment of fees and disregard for students concern is his achievement so far. Should we remind the management that barely few months ago the tuition fee was increase ?”

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“If asked for the justifications of these policies, the excuse given is that government isn’t funding the institution. Yet there is enough for the management to steal. We advise the management team to resign if they can no longer manage the school without making life unbearable for students.

“This statement is therefore to call public attention and the mass of students to the Press Conference to be held at MAPOLY on Monday, 17th October 2022 to declare program of actions in demanding abolition of these policies.”

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