AAUA students decry poor internet sevices
From Toluwalope Adebayo & Temiloluwa Adeniran, AAUA
Students of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba- Akoko, (AAUA) Ondo State, have reacted to the poor quality of network coverage on their campus, saying the development poses threat to their studies.
The poor network coverage also affects other residential areas around the institution, The Hope learnt.
It was gathered that many students end up being subscribers of more than one network providers in order to tackle the problem.
A student, Damilola Origbemisuyi who resides close to the school premises lamented the poor delivery of internet service.
She noted that the problem has made calling and access to internet connection very difficult at the time it is needed.
Origbemisuyi added that it has not only made studying and doing assignments difficult, but also made students miss out urgent online information.
“Network providers should upgrade their facilities, as this will give students other options and make life more comfortable for those living around her area of residence,”
Another student, Eniayo Aluko, who resides at Medoline area, expressed dissatisfaction over the deplorable state of the network service.
She stressed the need for network providers to expand their coverage to address congestion which has resulted to poor quality of services.
Aluko said “It’s really frustrating to have loads of assignments to do, but you are hampered by the poor quality of service. Most times, I have to wait till late in the night before anything could be done.”
A blog journalist who makes ends meet through the online, Fikayo Ajayi, described the locality as the cause of the problem of slow internet connections, saying other parts of the state do not face similar problem.
He said “the problem is because Akungba is surrounded by rocks.”