The allegation by Dr. Kayode Afolayan is news to us, as the University authority is not aware of any meeting by any group outside the one held by the Kwara State Police Commissioner with members of all campus unions (staff and students) in the University Auditorium on Wednesday, 9th November. This meeting, which was also attended by members of the Private Hostel Association and Tanke community leaders, was conveyed to foster the security of lives and property of members of the University community and its adjoining communities.
Members of the Executive Council of Unilorin ASUU, led by Dr. Usman Raheem, were fully represented at the meeting and they made useful contributions to its proceedings.
Whatever happened between the Kayode Afolayan group and the DSS, as alleged, is not known to the University management.
We should therefore not be drawn into any fray by people whose well-known stock-in-trade is to foment trouble just for attention seeking.
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