Monday, 2 December 2013

BREAKING NEWS!!! UNIBEN PULL OUT OF ASUU STRIKE. Students to Resume 7th Dec

Unconfirmed report just reaching me from a Prof. claims that UNIBEN has pulled out of ASUU strike. This report was drawn after seeing a disclosed Copy of the Amended Calendar for the 2nd Semester Exams. From the Copy of the Report which is yet to be made public,
 7th Dec 2013 - Students come into residence
20th Dec 2013 - Second semester ends
6th January 2014 - Exams in All faculties
 10th January 2014 - CED Exams
11th January 2014 - GST Exams
13th - 24th January - Other Faculties Exam.
 Below is the original copy of this statement which would be announced by the mgt. soon. pls share

7 comments:

  1. This document is questionable. Every Uniben student knows that any annoucement by the school management is circulated with "UNIBEN UPDATE" as the heading and is signed by the Registrar. I think that until a proper circulation is done conclusions should not be reached.

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  2. How true is dis ?

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  3. That was not an announcement from UNIBEN, its stil in the pipe line. That image was snapped from a top professors private file and its to be Made known to uniben lecturers tomorrow at their senate meeting.

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  4. Hmm......Its all good but I don't think student will resume this year.....let's wait and see how true this is

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  5. Oga blogger, senate meeting is currently holding now. Plus there is a certainty dat they are not deciding yet till Prof. Iyayi(R.I.P) is buried.

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  6. Oga anonymous, check the time this news was posted by the blogger. It was few minutes before 10am . Shows he knows what he is doing. The meeting even started late

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  7. Oga anonymous, check the time this news was posted by the blogger. It was few minutes before 10am . Shows he knows what he is doing. The meeting even started late

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