OOU postpones Resumption Academic activities Indefinitely

 

 

OOU, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye has taken to the general public to make an Important general announcement and quick notice to its student concern their return to school after their first semester academic session.

OOU, a state owned and operated Nigerian university which was founded on the 7th July in year 1982 and is currently believed to be having a capacity of about 5000 students has now notified students not to resume school until further notice. This is majorly to prevent their students from contacting the dreaded disease, COVID-19.

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OOU was formerly called Osun state university (OSU) before it was changed to Olabisi Onabanjo University on may 29, 2001. This was done in honour of Chief Dr. Olabisi Onabanjo whose effort as an civilian government then gave rise to the university.

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The school which finished it examination since February, 2020 and has already seen their first semester result ought to have resumed on the 16th march, 2020 before it was readjusted to 23rd March, 2020.

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The students are now advised to stay at their various home until a proper prevention or remedy is found to tackle the so called coronavirus which is highly a global issue since December 19, 2019 of it first outburst in China.

 

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