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Tasued Student Parliamentry Council make another move which was moved last year 23rd June, 2014 when Com. Sunday Osas (SUG President Advocate 2013/2014) was relieved of his duties due to mentally unstable from the injury he sustained during the June 10 protest on campus that was published by Vanguad Newpaper.

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Today, The President , Financial Secretary and Treasurer as been suspended for two weeks over the embezzlement and misuse of the union fund in line with the TASUEDSU constitution Section 29(sub section iv) the house shall have power to summon any officer of the student union to report its activity or render financial account at any time parliament so desire.

All attention was focused on the hallow chamber of the Tai Solarin University of Education Students’ Parliamentary Council as she held her 6th business meeting today 21st May,2015. Following resolutions form the 5th business session held in an open avenue on campus, the Financial secretary, Treasurer, Welfare and Transport directors were all asked to come back for more scrutiny.

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The 6th business session started with opening prayer, National anthem and aluta gyration. Minutes of last business meeting was read and adopted after different observations and reactions by the Honourables  of the hallowed chamber. Then came the business of the day, it started with the ratification of intending members of Kick against Indiscipline and Ethics and Financial Crimes Commission of Tai Solarin University of Education. After the ratification, the different commissions were sworn in by the Speaker, Rt.hon Oyetunmibi Benjamin. In a speech to the members, he advised they temper justice with mercy and perform their constitutional rights duly.

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In the continuation of the agenda, the summoned Central Executive Council members: The General Secretary, The Welfare director,The Transport director, The Financial Secretary, The Treasurer were all invited and welcomed into the chamber of the Students’ Parliamentary Council. The General Secretary came up first, he was summoned for indecent, uncultured behaviours he displayed during the last session of the Council and was lashed with words by the Honourables of the hallow chambers. He was later sentenced to the disciplinary committee of the Parliamentarians.

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The Sport director came afterwards, he gave reports of his activities so far on campus and was lauded by the Parliamentary Council for a good work well done. Afterwards, Transport and welfare directors were not present at the floor of the house and were granted excuse by the hallowed chamber for absence.

Then came the Financial Secretary and Treasurer, they were asked to give an account of the Students’ Union income and expenditures as required by the TASUEDSU constitution of 2009. The Financial Secretary presented a concise report and the Treasurer presented the cheque book to the house. It was well checked and scrutinised after which misappropriation, mismanagent and embezzlement were noticed. The two of them were asked questions and after they could not give  satisfactory answers to the questions, the house backed with constitution of TASUED section 29, sub section iv suspended the President, Financial Secretary and the Tresurer after being found guilty of embezzlement and misuse of funds in the union accounts. The in house budgetary committee chairman and general secretary were asked to take the positions of both Fin.sec and treaurer while the Vice president acts as the President in the next two weeks while the suspended three serve their suspension.

The hallowed chamber went on to any other business of the day and the parliamentary session was adjourned till further notice.

 

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