The students of the Oyo State College of Agriculture and Technology, (OYSCATECH) Igboora have protested over poor amenities on campus despite huge amount of money paying as tuition fees.
The students were led in peaceful protest by its Students' Union President, Comrade Salaudeen Hameed Olasunkanmi. The students accused management of the College for neglecting infrastructural facilities on campus that would have assisted students in one way or the other to excel in their academics.
The students frown at frequent irregular power supply from IBEDC, water scarcity, poor medical services among others.
The students complained bitterly about what they are passing through.
The management of the College under the leadership of Dr. Isiaka Adekunle claimed that the problem poor amenities in the College was aggravated as a result of new payment platform the College embrace along with others in the. He promised that there will be changes in the coming days.
The Provost, Dr. Adekunle appealed to students for calm that his administration will do everything humanly possible under his watch to alleviate suffering of the students.
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