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Sheme explained that following reports from some concerned Nigerians, NOUN had to constitute a committee to monitor the activities of its study centres nationwide, in the interest of the general public

Adamu also premised the decision on the advice by the National Universities Commission that students should be stopped from undertaking the course pending the resolution of the impasse generated by the refusal of the Law School to allow NOUN graduates to attend its programme

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Ajobor was honoured at a ceremony at the Kirikiri Maximum Prisons by the NOUN authorities alongside another inmate, Moshood Folarinmilekan, who was presented with a certificate of exemption from the National Youth Service Corps

“If supported by the Federal Government through adequate funding, this policy would make the university a very strong instrument of actualizing the educational programmes of this country.”

A statement issued by the Centre’s Regional President, Dr. Abayomi Ogundele, said the centre condemned such calls and added that the students were ignorant of the towering image of the University both at home and abroad in providing quantitative and qualitative education to all seekers of education with ease and flexibility.

“It became very clear to all that, the management knows that the existence of Student Association will paralyze myriad of irregularities from which the management presently benefits, hence, the efforts to deny students, their rights. While they had consistently failed to get our law graduates to be mobilized for law school since 2013, failed to get our graduates mobilized for NYSC despite receiving fees in this regard, they are vehemently making efforts to cripple justice in their favor