Osun State University(UNIOSUN) has resumed academic activities after four days of inactivity as a result of protest by some staff unions in the university.
In a release signed by the school’s Registrar and Secretary to council, Gafar Adebayo said the institution’s Senate had reviewed the circumstances surrounding the closure of the University and had approved its re-opening on Monday, 4th of June.
“Senate will therefore, like to convey the approval of Council that the University be re-opened for academic activities on Monday 04 June, 2018.”
“While thanking the Government of the State of Osun, security agencies, parents, guardians, students and law abiding staff of the University for their forbearance, understanding and cooperation, Senate wishes to reiterate the resolve of Council and Management to uphold academic culture, apply strictly, the rules and regulations of the University and ensure law and order expected of a truly 21st Century University.”
The Chairman of Non-Academic Staff Union, UNIOSUN branch, Comrade Isaiah Fayemi told Daily Trust that the Director of the Department of State Security Service (DSS) had a meeting with the leaders of staff unions and that the chairmen of three staff unions signed a document bothering on maintaining peace, law and order on the campus