The management of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko has lifted the ban on kegite club on campus.
The activities of the kegite club, which was suspended has now been fully reversed to its state of operation.
Following the press release by the Dean of Students Affairs on June 17 to suspend kegite activities on campus, the management has now lifted the ban with immediate effect.
It was stated in a statement made by Dean of students affairs, Dr Olusegun Owolewa on July 25 2020 that the club should start their activities back on campus.
It was revealed that the past leaders of kegite club has met with the school authority and made a plea for the lift of the ban. It was also revealed that in view of the resolution of entanglement and imbroglio within the club, their plea was considered by the school management.
The Dean of students added that the activities should resume back to their normal activities fully from Saturday 26th of June.
The statement read thus:
“In view of the resolution of the internal imbroglio within the Kegite Klub of Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba-Akoko and the subsequent plea from the past leaders of the Klub, the initial suspension placed on the klub is hereby lifted with effect from Saturday 26th June, 2021. Dr Olusegun Owolewa, Dean, Student Affairs”.
Adedokun Boluwatife an undergraduate of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba akoko is A writer, a campus journalist. she’s passionate concerned about influencing the world positively with the power of pen.