Sunday, 6 November 2016

Alvan Ikoku Federal College of education reopens as management lays out strict guidlines for re-admission, exams to start Nov. 21

The management of Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education, Owerri, Imo state, has announced the immediate suspension of its four months old strike.

The announcement of the suspension of the lingered strike was contained in a statement issued in Owerri, the state capital by the registrar of the college, A. N aguta, on Friday.

The management of the institution had on July 9,announced the indefinite closure of all academic and non academic activities in the school, following a disagreement between the institution's authority and the students Union Government.
The mild disagreement later denigrated into a full scale protest that saw to the alleged destruction of properties of the school worth millions of Naira by the rampaging and embittered students .

While the students accused the school authority of being insensitive to their plights, like announcing no payment of school fees, no examinations policy, lack of water and electricity in their hostels, among other things , the management alleged that the students went on rampage because it stopped male students from sleeping in female hostels.

The registrar stated that the prolonged strike was called off after the academic board held it 116th emergency meeting on November 3.

The management advised the students to visit the school's website and log into their portal for readmission.

While admonishing all students of the college to adhere to the instructions, the statement further explained that admission into hostels and classrooms will be based strictly on proof of compliance with directive as published on the school's website.

The statement disclosed that the portal opens for processing by the students on November 7,while the second semester examinations begin on November 21

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