In a statement issued by the Deputy Registrar in charge of Information, Mr. Ade Adeyemi-Adejolu, the rector said the decision was taken “on behalf of the Academic Board of Studies.”
The statement claimed that the closure which took immediate effect was “a mid-semester break for its full time programme,” and directed all full time students to return home and await further instructions.
“All residential students are therefore advised in their own interests to vacate the Polytechnic Campus latest by 12 noon, today, Tuesday, 20th January, 2015,” it added.
The students took to the streets to protest the strike and closure of the institution while demanding for the removal of the rector over failure to reconcile with the aggrieved unions.
The protesting students called for an end to the strike embarked upon by the unions which they said was affecting them.
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