One of the four students suspended for protesting poor welfare conditions in October, 2017 have been called back by the management of the Obafemi Awolowo.
John Udeh a 200level student of Arts and Social Science’s suspension was called off by institution following his letter of apology to the management.
The Registrar of the Institution, Dotun Awoyemi noted in the letter to reinstate john, that his apology has made the University reverse his suspension.
The reinstatement letter partly read: “After due consideration of the content of your letter of apology and security report that you have strictly complied with the conditions given in the letter suspending you from the university, the Vice Chancellor has graciously directed that the suspension order on you be lifted forthwith. In this respect and in compliance with the Vice Chancellor’s directives, the suspension is hereby lifted and your studentship reinstated with immediate effect.”