The statement issued after a town hall meeting which was held on Monday, at the North Campus Assembly hall with parents, guardians, communities surrounding the institution, as well as traditional rulers, religious leaders and landlord associations yielded positive results which culminated in the decision to re-open the institution forthwith.
Penpushing further reports that, during the meeting, stakeholders urged the management to clip the wings of any student found to be engaged in any act of indiscipline and should not hesitate to hand over such student to the law enforcement agents if necessary.
The statement reads “Each student on resumption is to pay a reparation fee of N2000 for the enormous damages of the institution’s facilities. The students will also among other things swear to an affidavit to be of good conduct while those residing in neighboring communities would sign a bond with their landlords to be of good conduct and worthy ambassador of the institution. Each student is also to write an undertaking to be of utmost good conduct.”
Penpushing also reports that, the landlords in the neighboring communities as well as parents and traditional rulers agreed to be ears and eyes of the institution by feeding the management with information to track erring students and bringing them to book.