Just a few moment we announced the released of the OOU 2014 Post-UTME Results, we received yet another report that the Governing Council of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), Ago Iwoye, has been ordered by the State Government of Ogun State, Nigeria to close down the school to forestall the break down of law and order.
According to our source, the violent protests by the students of the institution begins over the decision of the state government to implement the new fee regime by next academic session.
And the students on their own part are demanding that the OOU New-FEE-Regime should start from the current session describing it as a political ploy since elections will be coming up next year (2015).
The Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Muyiwa Adejobi while speaking with newsmen said, the action of the state government, coupled with the intelligence and other information received from the students’ body of OOU, led to the closure of the University.
The Police Public Relations Officer, therefore, warned all concerned students of the affected institution to leave the school premises as directed by the state government and do away with any act that would be unlawful and security-threatening.
Share this news with your friends on twitter and Facebook, and if you have loved ones in Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU), kindly ask them to return home until the school has resolve their issue.