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Osun Poly Holds SUG Elections , Management Warns Staff Against Involvement

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As students of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree set to elect their leaders, management of the institution urged its staff and daily part-time students to stay away from the process.

The management in a memo titled “A SPECIAL RELEASE ON THE 2021/2022 STUDENT UNION ELECTION” signed by the institution’s Director Media, Public Relations & Protocol, J. A. Fadeji , obtained by Blaze Newz , warned staff members not to involve themselves in the SUG election slated for tomorrow.

The memo reads in full “The Student Union Election to usher in SUG officials for the 2021/2022 Academic Session has been scheduled to hold on Wednesday 24th November, 2021. Management considers it highly expedient to roll out some measures to ensure a hitch free exercise:

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“In the light of the foregoing. Management has resolved as follows:

(a) That all ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES be suspended in the Institution on Wednesday 24th November, 2021. For the avoidance of doubt, academic activities include the ongoing 2020/2021 second semester examinations, lectures, tests, submission of any form of assignment or practicals.

(b) That all DPT Students are to stay away from the campus as there shall not be any lecture or other form of academic activities for them on the day.

(c) All members of Staff, except those who have direct involvement in the SUG election, should take Wednesday 24th November, off duty.

(d) There shall be no movement of vehicles within the premises of the Institution except for security personnel, members of Staff that have direct involvement in the election and those on essential services (e.g. the ambulance).

All members of the Polytechnic community are enjoined to abide with the provisions of this memo to ensure peace and tranquility in our campus

Thank you.

J. A. Fadeji

Director Media, Public Relations & Protocol

for: Registre

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Hammed Tajudeen is the editor in-chief of Blaze News, holds Higher National Diploma(HND) in Mass Communication, graduated from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree.

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