AAPOLYSU: Thirty Days In Office, Students Reacts

By Ogunleye Ayomide

Students of Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic (AAPOLY) have reacted to the first thirty days of the polytechnic student union administration. They gave diverse views about his just-started administration.

Recall that the SUG president, Talabi John, and other elected student union executives were inaugurated on the 20th of April 2021.

Some student who spoke to CAMPUS LIFE expressed their displeasure while others commended the student union efforts.

Taiwo Mariam, an ND 1 student of Mass Communication, disclosed that she is yet to observe any changes in the school.

 “As for me, I don’t think there are any changes but I hope they are working on it. During the transport director campaign, he said the price of the school shuttle will reduce from #50 to #30 as it was before. The transport director also promised that a school shuttle will be available at Abusi to convey students to the main campus and we are yet to see anything.”

There have been little changes in terms of transportation and the relationship with students and the SUG executive, Ejiofor Nonso Emmanuel a final year student of accountancy said.

“There have been little changes in transportation student relationship with the SUG executive has been improved and with time some changes will still take effect, “ he said.

Olakunle Damilola final year student of microbiology equally said changes have been recorded in the school transportation system.

 “There have been changes in the transportation system there is now a pickup pack for students living in Aleke, four roads, Oke Ife and Mortara,” he said.

Nothing have been done in Abusi, Isiaq Aishat Olabisi an ND1 mass communication student said.

“Nothing at all has been done in Abusi, I don’t know about the main campus, but nothing has been done here.”

The student union President, Talabi John has however highlighted his achievements in the space of thirty days of his administration.

 “We have made school shuttle available at strategic places outside the school to convey students to the main campus. I have also been able to meet with department stakeholders to discuss lingering issues that have affected students in recent times.

“We have also been able to initiate standard sporting activities and have also attended to the welfare of students in cases of police harassment and other critical situations.”

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