Odole Mojisola (Voice), the Student Union’s welfare director of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, has condemned the inhumane assault of a student by her landlord.
In a statement signed by the AAUASU SRC Welfare Committee Chairman, Olaitan Tope Bada (Sen. Awesome), tagged “THE OFFICE OF THE WELFARE DIRECTOR, AAUASU SHOWS HER DISPLEASURE ON THE ASSAULT AGAINST OUR STUDENT BY OBNOXIOUS LANDLORD”, the welfare director revealed how she was summoned at the late hour of February 23 to the house of the victim.
According to the statement, she said, “At an ungodly hour last night, I received in shock, the horrible news of one of our beloved students being brutally assaulted by her landlord.”
She asserted that assault, as entrenched in chapter 25 section 252 of the Nigeria Criminal Code, is a prohibited act.
Voice explained how she jolted into action and got to the scene of the incidence after the news got to her.
Speaking further, she revealed how she alerted the ambulance and the girl was conveyed to the university health center as the girl was seriously wounded.
The welfare director explained that the assaulter is currently in police custody.
“However, in order for the perpetrator of this barbaric act to know the gravity of his act, he was apprehended immediately as well by the men of Nigeria Police force for further investigations and justice for the victim.”
She said, “Furthermore, as at the time of releasing this article, the affected student is at the health center responding to treatment while the perpetrator is at the police custody.”
She reiterated her commitment to ensuring that her office will never condone any inhumane act against the student as the welfarism of the students is her utmost priority.
She concluded that her office is opened to all complaint to all matters that will guarantee Student’s stay in the school community.
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.