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Monday, 8 October 2018

AAUASU President, Senate President, Others accused of selling AAUASU Shuttle Bus


- Damilola Olufemi

The Students' Union President Of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, Eyinla Temitope a.k.a Boubow and some other Union leaders in the school have been accused of selling the Students Union Shuttle for the sum of #200,000. The union shuttle bus is said to be one of the two buses given as incentive to students by the former Union President, Sue D Bastard.

This accusation was made by the Faculty of Law Caucus Leader, Olotupa-Adetona Ayowole after a meeting comprising of Faculty Caucus Leaders, the Students' Union President, and the Senate President.

According to Ayowole, the act was carried out by a team of people having direct access to the bus.



In a suit filed and dated 7th October, 2018, against the accused persons, the Faculty of Law Caucus Leader laid grounds for such act imbibed by persons who sold the bus to be arbitral and illegal as well as going against the constitution guiding the Union.

Apart from the Students' Union President, Eyinla Temitope (Boubow), those involved to be part of the act include a close ally of the President who is also the Transport Committee Chairman, Sen. Adanlawo Sandra; AAUA Students' Union Senate President (Constituted Demmy); and the Welfare Director of the Union, (Mr. Classic).

In the copy of suit filed to the Students' Judicial Council (SJC) and made available to Oasis Media, the suit is between Sen. Olotupa-Adetola Ayowole who is the Caucus leader of Faculty of Law at the SRC and the AAUASU President, AAUASU Senate President, SRC Transport Committee Chairman, and the Welfare Director.

On the grounds for filing the suit, the plaintiff listed it to be:

(i) The unconstitutional usurpation of the powers of the Students Representative council under Section 4(b) of the Students Union Constitution.

(ii) Breach of the prohibition against abuse of power under section 8 of the aforementioned constitution.

(iii) Violation of the code of conduct guiding Student’s Executive Members as specifically provided under section 34(a) (IV) of the constitution.

(iv) Violation of the code of conduct guiding Student’s Executive Members as specifically provided under section 34(a) (VII) of the constitution.

(v) Usurpation of the powers of the Students Union Representative Council under section 38.

(vi) Failure of the Transport Committee to involve the Students Representative Committee in it’s resolution, in contravention of section 43 of the Constitution.

The plaintiff made it clear that during the time of selling the bus, even if the SRC members are not aware, the Caucus leaders in the SRC should know about such.

Part of the suit highlights the pursuant of:

(i) The powers of the Students Judicial Council under section 5 of the constitution.

(ii) The rights of the plaintiff to institute the suit under section 20 (e) of the constitution.

(iii) The rights of the plaintiff to institute the suit under section 20 (f) of the constitution.

In the plaintiff (Sen. Olotupa-Adetona Ayowole) pleads to the SJC, he requested for reliefs of:

(i) A declaration that the acts of the defendants are unconstitutional.

(ii) An order of remittal of the whole proceeds of sale to a separate account, use of which would be prescribed by the SRC.

(iii) An order mandating the defendants to issue a notice of admitter of guilt, alongside a public apology to the whole students of AAUA, to be pasted on all faculty and departmental notice boards, and a press statement should be issued on all online platforms to the effect.

Meanwhile, reports reaching Oasis Media says that the school management is aware of the matter and actions are been taken against those involved in the sale of the union bus.

None of the defendants however has denied or said anything publicly regarding the matter.

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