Check goods expiry date before buying — Barryfem

The Public Relations Officer (PRO),  Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba-Akoko (AAUA), Studen Union, Adegbeyeni Oluwafemi, popularly known as Barryfem has advised AAUA students to check the expiring date of goods before buying.

 In a recent update, the AAUA SU PRO warned students against the consumption of expired goods.

According to Barryfem “Health is wealth and there is every need to ensure the safety of the students healthwise, especially on what they consume.”

Barryfem added that “it has come to my notice that some food vendors (especially sealed ones e.g Noodles, Semolina, Drugs etc) are selling the remaining stuff they got last year before students left for long break.”

Recall that AAUA, like many other public universities went on academic break due to Covid-19 outbreak and the lingering ASUU strike. The break has an effect on vendor and shop owners that exchange goods and services for students while on campus.

Barryfem also urge all students to always check the expiry date of whatever they buy, to ensure their safety healthwise.

Barryfem also urge all students to be patient and also advise all students to keep studying and always remember to be a good example of Adekunle Ajasin University, anywhere they find themselves.

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