Barely few days after the Students’ Union lost its hard-earned reputation to Daniel Joseph’s black-market protest, the entire students would, this time celebrate a students’ week without having to make a trip to the Obudu Cattle Ranch.
The Dean of Students Affairs Division, Prof. Felix Akpan has, in a meeting with the SUG executive led by the Ag. President, Comr. (Ms.) Nkpoikana Abasi today, said that the high incentive Ranch trip would no longer be an item on the students’ week itinerary.
As reactions to the development, some notable student leaders are accusing the suspended president, Daniel Joseph for bringing what they describe as “evil omen” to their annual jamboree, stating that they do not need any soothesayer to tell them that the Dean’s action towards the much celebrated students’ week has much to do with Daniel’s anti Vice-Chancellor movements.
Meanwhile, the students have positioned themselves to enjoy all the aftermath of the 15th August kangaroo demonstration masterminded by Daniel Joseph, even as they all wish he is not reinstated.
“Just about 90 days as president, we have lost everything. We have lost our reputation, our pride and ultimate legacy. He is the first SUG president to be beaten blue-and-black even before the very eyes of ‘Action Malabites’. He sold the future of our great union for naira-and-kobo. What more does he want to destroy on his return?,” an angry Malabite wrote on Facebook upon hearing that Daniel Joseph is moving from pillar-to-post begging for reinstatement.
Report by: Onun Endure