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OAU Student Union Govt Excos In Fisticuffs Over N3.8m Largesse

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SAN FRANCISCO, September 6 (THEWILL) – Vice President of the Obafemi Awolowo University Students’ Union, Jacob Tosin (Emerald) and the Director of Social, Adedayo Afolabi (Lamba) fought dirty on Tuesday, 5th of September, 2017 at the excos meeting that held at the office of the President of the Union, Oyekan Ibukun.

THEWILL gathered that the choas is connected to N3.8 million Students’ Union backlog fund released by the University management on Thursday, 31st of August, 2017.

The excos resolved to embark on some projects with the backlog fund which include; refurbishment of union library, construction of SUB relaxation centre and construction of staircase around Alumni-Archi axis.

This irked the Vice President who expressed displeasure over the rejection of her proposal for funds for fresher’s package which was declined as she already has N1.4 million in her proposed budget.

The Vice President was not pleased with the decision because we denied her the funds for fresher’s package. We told her to wait for the disbursement of of 2016/17 session but she got angry and wanted to leave the meeting.

While she proceeded to the door to exit the meeting, Lamba engaged her but she raised alarm of harassment. Emerald slapped Lamba first before he retaliated.

Later, she opened the fridge of the president but could not find any bottle except a malt bottle on the shelf which she broke to attack Lamba.

When both party engaged in another round of physical combat, Lamba headbutted the Vice President and both sustained injuries.

Meanwhile, the University Acting Chief Security Officer, Mr. O. Babatunde, has revealed that the Vice Chancellor of the institution has ordered the security unit to investigate the incident and file comprehensive report to his office.

“The Vice Chancellor is already aware of the matter, he has placed to me that we should investigate and file comprehensive report before today the end of Today

“Fighting is becoming too rampant and we are getting irritated with the officers behavior,” he said.