Following the closure of the institution after the recent demonstration on campus, authorities of The Polytechnic, Ibadan, have directed both old and fresh students to resume on Monday, April 4.
As a form of punishment for their anti-establishment act, the school authorities in a release signed by the Registrar, Mr Hezekiah Fehintola, and made available to New Telegraph Thursday in Ibadan, however, directed all the students to pay a sum of N1,000 each as reparation for damage done to the properties of the institution during the demonstration.
To forestall further breakdown of law and order, the management had ordered the students to go on mid semester break the resumption of which it has just announced.
The release read inter alia that “each of the students would pay reparation of one thousand naira for stage done to the properties of the Institution during their recent demonstration by logging on to http://apply2.polyibadan.edu.ng. Old students are to log in with their matriculation numbers while fresh students are to log in with their form numbers as username and password”.
Other conditions reeled out to the erring students include presentation of a reference letter from any eminent person such as community leader, religious leader, senior public/civil servant, “pledging good conducts on behalf of the student with a passport photograph of such referee attached.”