Rising onslaught against dying student unionism
In recent times, some vice-chancellors, who brook no dissenting views from students, in their bid to create a comfortable lair for themselves, that is devoid of the “nuisance” created by unionism have gone ahead to ban union governments on their campuses. But the din generated by this action is gaining higher decibels just as more universities especially private ones are declaring their zero tolerance for student union governments. ENO-ABASI SUNDAY writes on the implication of this trend, of which Obafemi Awolowo University is the latest case in point.
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