The management of Ondo-owned Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo (RUGIPO) has banned all activities by final year students that are inimical to the growth of the students and peaceful co-existence on the campus.
This was announced via a circular dated 28 February 2022 with ref number: RUGIPO/DSA/CIR/20/VOL.IV/36/, signed by the Director of Student Affairs, O. M. Oloye.
The circular read: “This is to inform the entire Polytechnic community, especially the final year students of Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo that after thorough consideration of security breach on campus on Wednesday, 23rd and Friday, 25th February 2022, Management decided to ban all forms of activities, that are inimical to the growth and peaceful co-existence on campus.”
According to the circular, activities banned on the campus include students gathering together to celebrate the end of their final year examination in the polytechnic.
Also, the management proscribed nagging off and parading with a motorcade, the open show of unregistered associations, cult groups and oppression of harmless students.
Additionally, driving unregistered vehicles on campus by students is also banned.
The management further enjoined all the students to note the decisions and simply comply with them immediately, as any erring student will face a severe penalty.
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