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LAUTECH SUG Has Been Suspended By The School Authority

A statement on the school's official facebook page reads:


At an emergency meeting of the Expanded Management Committee held on Monday, June 6, 2016, a decision was taken to the effect that all Student Union activities be suspended with immediate effect and until further notice. Management has also set up an investigation panel to examine all aspects of the 2016 Student Union election in all its ramifications.

All studen...
DATE: Mon. 6th Jun. 2016 3:43pm     BY: oladipo ibukun

No Elections Until I say Otherwise- Tunde Bakare

Clergyman and social critic, Tunde Bakare, has said there would be no elections in the country until he lifts an “injunction” he placed on it. He claimed to have predicted the poll shift by demonstrating with a chair he placed on the altar in his church during a previous worship service. Bakare is the Senior Pastor, Latter Rain Assembly and one time vice presidential candidate to General Muhammadu Buhari on the platform of the defunct Congress for Progressive Change, CPC.

Speaking at his ch...
DATE: Sun. 8th Feb. 2015 5:45pm     BY: oluwaiye dayo

ASUU condemns election postponement

The Academic Staff Union of Universities has condemned the postponement of the general elections, but urged Nigerians not to be frustrated by the shift.
The Chairman of ASUU, University of Ibadan chapter, Segun Ajiboye, made the appeal on Sunday while reacting to postponement of the February elections on Saturday by the Independent National Electoral Commission.
Mr. Ajiboye said that Nigerians should rather ensure that they collect their Permanent Voter Cards before the rescheduled dates for the...
DATE: Sun. 8th Feb. 2015 5:37pm     BY: oluwaiye dayo

APC Reactions to Election Postponement

A press statement from APC...
The All Progressives Congress, APC, has just heard over the news media that The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has decided to postpone the elections by six weeks on the strength of a letter by the security chiefs that they cannot provide security for the elections nationwide because of the commitment of its resources to fight insurgency in the north eastern part of the country.
This is clearly a major setback for Nigerian democracy, and our Party i...
DATE: Sun. 8th Feb. 2015 6:19am     BY: oluwaiye dayo