Saturday, 25 March 2017

TOTAL REJECTION OF BARBARIC ACTS DISPLAYED BY THE LEADERSHIP OF SSANIP AND NASU ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY 13TH & 14TH MARCH, 2017 IN THE CAMPUS OF FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE- Dio Oghale Emeka Rex (SAP, SANS, MOFR) Reporting from Campus Reporter Media

TOTAL REJECTION OF BARBARIC ACTS
DISPLAYED BY THE LEADERSHIP OF SSANIP
AND NASU ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY 13TH &
14TH MARCH, 2017 IN THE CAMPUS OF
FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC EDE
By
CAMPUS REPORTER MEDIA

March 24th, 2017.

This institution has always been one to be proud
of, one where decisions are made on a
collaborative basis with the best interest of the
students in mind in which the leadership and
management of the institution were given the
respect and support needed to soar the good
name of the institution.
“In an unjust society, silence is a crime”
It is so disheartening, the steps taken by the
leadership of the SSANIP & NASU of the Federal
Polytechnic Ede to take away the basic needs of
the students that lead to the inconveniency of
the ever peaceful Nigerian Students of Federal
Polytechnic Ede.
It is evident that they want to do everything in
their power to disrupt the peace of the
institution which is one of our glory after
embarking on a week strike that doesn’t have
much effect on the peace of the institution.
Even at the point of the first consultation with
the SSANIP chairman, he boldly said "their
intention is to inconvenient the students and it
was evident in their jubilation after the
management declared a mid-semester break. As
if that's not enough, they went ahead to disrupt
the peaceful registration of the prospective
students that are applying for UTME.
22nd march 2016, a similar scenario was
experienced on campus which truncated the
examination process and every student was sent
home for three weeks. Their latest action arose a
major concern about their general state of mind
(medical check up cannot be overemphasised) in
terms of decision making and lack of respect for
the students of this noble institution. It is
unheard of that they could easily forget that
every student is entitled to a safe, orderly and
peaceful environment. Students will succeed in
an environment that sustains a passion for
learning. Every student has their responsibility as
well as that of the management. Students
succeed best when the leadership of an
institution and the management maintain a
strong partnership at all levels.
If you want your voice to echo to the hearing of
the Federal Government, there are ideological
ways to achieve this NOT by hindering the peace
of the institution and the entire community. If
the range of your bandwidth is not wide enough for your yearning to be heard by the Federal
Government, there are more meaningful strategic
measures to increase your signal strength. If what you are agitating for is legal and your union
is duly recognised by the Federal Government,
why not take your fight to the appropriate quarters.
The student's body is of the opinion that the
leadership of NASU and SSANIP especially the
Chairman SSANIP in person of Mr. Adekanola
Johnson Kayode is a misfit. What do you expect
from someone who does not have cognate
certificate to support students who are not his
mate because he possessed WASC without credit in English and Mathematics.
How on earth has he become a senior staff in
the polytechnic? He has never seen the four-
walls of any higher institution to know the
usefulness of education. We stand to be corrected.

OUR DEMANDS
The management should take the bull by the
horns in order to stop the rascality of these two
Unions for the benefit of Nigerian Students in
Federal polytechnic Ede.
The school should be re-opened for lectures to
continue.
The school should be re-opened for prospective
corp members to continue with their clearance.
The management should investigate the
allegations levelled against the SSANIP
chairman.
The management should put all measures in
place to secure the amenities that are enjoyed
by the Nigerian Students of Federal Polytechnic
Ede.
In the same vein, we appreciate one of our ever
reasonable student for deactivating his angry
mode when things could have turned out bad and
activating a high sense of maturity and also to
the entire students of this great citadel of
learning especially those that are residents of
the school hostels for not allowing themselves to
be lured into the team of “peace disrupters”.
While we await the immediate action of the
management of this noble institution, we implore
all students to continue to be law abiding and we
promise not to swerve from catering for the
welfare of the ever conscious Nigerian students
of Federal Polytechnic Ede.
Pursuant to these reasons, we unanimously
move a motion of no confidence on the barbaric
act displayed by the leadership of SSANIP &
NASU.
God bless Nigerian Students
God bless Federal Polytechnic Ede.
God bless Osun State
God bless Nigeria.
SIGNED:
Comrd. Bakare Nureni (president)
Comrd. Adugbe John (Gen. Sec.)
BC: Comrd Olorungbotemi Tunde (NANS/JCC Ekiti Axis AGS)
Campus Reporter Media

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