The management of Adeyemi College of Education Ondo has today lifted ban on students’ unionism, as aspirants vying for any post at Students’ Union level, can now have maximum opportunities to make public campaigns. .

This decision was offically anounce after a circular was released from the Office of Dean Students’ Affairs, Mr. O. O. Olaluwoye. The circular also include that names of the nominees for the Students’ Union Electoral Commission (ELECO).
The names include:
Akinfemisoye Samuel G- Education
Akinsusi Oluwaseun V. – Science
Adeyanju Rilwan- Languages
Oyenpemi Opeyemi- Arts/Sos
Omoyemi Ayodele R.- Science and
Alozie Ransome N- Voch/Tech.

The constituted electoral committee is saddled with the responsibility of conducting free, fair and credible union elections.

The Dean Students’ Affairs, Mr. O. O. Olaluwoye appealed to all students particularly the aspirants that will be vying for postitions and their supporters to conduct themselves peacefully and honourably before, during and after elections.

Contrarily, the Languages Students’ Association in a latter jointly signed by the President, Com. Awofe Adeshina and Gen-Sec, Abd-Kareem Oyekanmi Fadl vehemently against the nomination of Adeyanju Rilwan as the representative of the School as ELECO member. They said the rejection of Adeyanju Rilwan became imparative because his nomination was done by the power conferred on the Students’ Union president, Com. Ogunrotifa Richard Adeyemi which made him directed the Welfare Director who is a student from the Faculty of Voch/Tech, Com. Rahmon Babatunde to make nomination for School of Languages. This decision didn’t go down well with the students from Faculty of Languages. Letter of rejection has been forwarded to the Officr of Dean Students’ Affairs.

 

Credit: The-Captain-Press

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