The Students’ Representative Council, SRC, has vowed to summon the immediate past executives of the union to a free hearing over alleged cases of embezzlement.
This was made known in a statement signed by the honourable Senate President, Rasheed Adeleke also known as Aremo Royal.
The house wrote the press release sent to AAUA INSIDER to reaffirm that those whose name and office had any connection with the allegations shall be summon by the House for free hearing and explanation on the “alleged embezzlement” in accordance with the provisions of the constitution.
The press release read in part, “Sequel to the earlier press release from the AAUASU’ Students Representatives Council on the issue surrounding the “Embezzlement and Misappropriation of funds” of the Students’ Union by the “leadership” of the immediate past Administration, The Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko’ Student Union(AAUASU)’ Students Representative Council under the leadership of RT Hon. SEN. Adekele Rasheed O. (Aremo Royal) writes to Reaffirm that those whose name and office had any connection with the allegations shall be summon by the House for free hearing and explanation on the “alleged embezzlement” in accordance with the provisions of the constitution.
“The Students Representative Council as the most closet tier of government to the studentry is committed to protecting her image, bringing about justice, transparency and accountability and most importantly uphold the principles of rule of law and checks and balance regardless.”
The House added that the students should have strong faith in the arm of the union as all “perpetrators” will be brought to book in accordance to the constitution.
“All the concerned personalities and alleged perpetrators shall be brought to book and nothing shall go unchecked in accordance with the provisions of the AAUASU constitution.
“It is on this note we urge the students and the general public to have strong faith in the AAUASU’ Students Representatives Council as necessary actions will be taken as soon as possible.”