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SUG DUES: Students ‘Boo’ Executives Over Reply

Following the alarm raised over the payment of Student Union Government Dues, students of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic have expressed their displeasure on analysis given by the SUG President, Owoiya Abdulrasaq, as concerning the reason behind the payment of the dues.

The students, comprising of representatives from all departments, jointly questioned the effectiveness of the dues, its disbursement process and benefits to students welfarism, while recalling mismanagement experienced in previous administrations.

In a meeting organised by Press Club Mapoly, the SUG president explained saying that it’s administration had no intention to request for any money from students, as he was hoping he could rely on existing fund in the account.

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Recall that the SUG had earlier sent a release signed by the SUG President stating that ‘All Full-time students at all levels would pay the sum of N1,100.

‘N700 would be paid as
‘N200 would be as Insurance dues
‘N200 would be paid as Campus Alert dues.’

In his reply, the president said, “We met some funds on ground and we have the intention that no students will pay dues, if we want to collect this dues it should have started immediately we were inaugurated and am very sure everybody will pay.”

“We requested the management release the money left in the account by past administrations that we want to do something the students will see. But, they replied with a word “go and generate your own revenue before you touch the left over money.”

“Let me tell you categorically We decided to paste the SUG fee on Monday after we had meeting with SRC, the management representatives, we told them we don’t want our students to pay, let us use the fund in the account, it is enough for us to do whatever we want to do. But, we are been told ‘go and generate your own revenue before you touch any dime.”

However, PCM observed that their is still a strong tension as most students are insisting they won’t pay the money until a tangible reason has been provided.

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