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Students charged to eschew hooliganism

By Sade Adewale

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The newly elected students’ Union executives in Adeyemi Federal University of Education (AFUED), Ondo, have been advised to shun hooliganism and gangsterism, during their tenure in the institution.

The advice was given by the Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administration) of the University, Dr Samuel Akintunde, during the inauguration of the members of the Central Executive Council (CEC) and elected representatives of the student body held at the Babatunde Ipaye lecture theatre, in the university.

Members of the new students’ union executives are the President, Okunade Ibrahim; Vice President, Akinleye Elizabeth; General Secretary, Ogunjobi Mayowa; Director of Welfare, Agidi Hannah; Treasurer, Ejike Justine; Director of Social and Culture, Odunlade Mercy; and Director of Information and Publicity, Omotoso Samuel.

Others are the Director of Sport and Recreation, Dada Kolawole; Director of Transport, Adedoyin Adeniyi; Assistant General Secretary, Ayoola Oluwatoyin and Deputy Director of Welfare, Idowu Israel.

Congratulating the new students’ leaders, Akintunde urged them not to betray the trust other students repose in them, but “to lead, advocate, and effect necessary and genuine commitment to their welfare.”

Responding, the new Students’ Union president, Okunade Ibrahim, promised to serve the students and partner with the school management to accelerate the institution’s growth and development.

He solicited support from the student populace while pledging that his tenure would usher in quality leadership and good representation.

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