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NEWS OAU SUG excos fight over N3.8m, Vice President beaten up, Director of Social stabbed



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The crisis in OAU’s (Obafemi Awolowo University) Student Union Government has taken another twist as it was gathered, that the school’s Student Union Government excos, which includes; Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Students’ Union Vice President, Jacob Tosin ( Emerald ) and the Director of Social, Adedayo Afolabi ( Lamba ) fought dirty on Tuesday, 5th of September, 2017 at the CEC meeting that held at the office of the President of the Union, Oyekan Ibukun.

The excos reportedly fought over the N3.8 million Students’ Union backlog fund released by the University management on Thursday, 31st of August, 2017, which the council resolved to embark on some projects with. Some of the projects include; refurbishment of union library and construction of SUB relaxation centre. 

However school’s SUG Vice President, Emerald expressed her displeasure over the decision because they declined her proposal.
“The Vice President was not pleased with the decision because we denied her the funds for fresher’s package.
We told her to wait for the disbursement of of 2016/17 session but she flared up. While she proceeded to the door to exit the meeting, Lamba engaged her but she raised alarm of harassment. .
Emerald attacked Lamba first before he retaliated. Later, she opened the fridge of the president but could not find any bottle except a malt bottle on the shelf which she broke to attack Lamba.
When both party engaged in another round of physical combat, Lamba headbutted the Vice President, Emerald. They both sustained injuries and they were taken to university health centre”
the Welfare Director of the Union, Ajiboye Adekanmi, said.
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