OAU Shuts Down Indefinitely Over Workers’ Protests Of Unpaid Allowances


Obafemi Awolowo Uinversity, Ile-Ife has shut down indefinitely over the continuous protests of non-payment of allowances by its workers.

According to the Registrar, Dotun Awoyemo, the management has decided to shut down the university for the safety of students and staff since the protests won’t stop.

The old students of the school who are expected to resume next week after a two-month break will be forced to continue to stay at home.

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