Tuesday, July 23, 2024

#ProtestLoading- Technology And Engineering Students Association , OAU (TESA) Gears Up for a peaceful Protest to Demand Justice for the deceased

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Following the alleged murder of a part 5 student of Civil Engineering from the Faculty of Technology at Obafemi Awolowo University, the Technology and Engineering Students’ Association (TESA) has released a statement calling for justice for the deceased.

The Faculty of Technology is now gearing up for a protest to demand justice for the deceased. The faculty’s leadership is calling for all students to converge at the Students’ Union Building (SUB) at 7 am the next day to meet with the school management to ensure that all parties involved in the murder are brought to justice.

The faculty union president, in a press release, stressed the importance of justice, stating that “an injury to one is an injury to all.” The leadership of the Faculty of Technology is ready to go to any length to ensure that justice prevails over this murder.

The TESA also urges members to ensure absolute peace and avoid violence during the protest. It’s vital to maintain peaceful demonstrations and to ensure that justice is served for the deceased. The student’s death is a tragedy, and it’s the responsibility of the living to seek justice for the departed.

Here is a press release from the faculty union president

TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION (TESA), OAU, ILE-IFE

Motto: Technology, the Brain behind the world’s development.
Email 📬: oautesa@gmail.com
IG: instagram.com/tesa_oau
Twitter: twitter.com/tesa_oau

BREAKING 🔥🔥🔥

The dead can not cry for justice; it’s a duty of the leaving to do so for them

It’s with great sadness that we announce the death of Okoli Arinze, a part 5 student of Civil engineering who was beaten to death by the so-called union “leadership”—who are meant to ensure the safety of all great Ife students.

The deceased was accused of having stolen a phone. He was paraded by the Awoites EXECUTIVES and, at about 11 pm yesterday, was eventually handed over to the Union’s security committee —where he was brutally tortured overnight.

At about 3 pm today, the news reaching us stated that the “accused” gave up the ghost, and immediately, the faculty leadership went to meet with the school CSO to know his stance regarding the issues. The CSO made it known that their unit asked the AWO HALL EXECUTIVES to hand over the “accused” to them. Immediately he learned they caught “someone” so that the unit could investigate the matter, but the AWO HALL EXECUTIVES refused to release him to them. Also, according to him, the Awo Hall chairman and the director of socials are now in police custody at Osogbo.

Eyewitnesses at the SUB revealed that the deceased was already dead before being taken to the hospital, where he was declared dead. Only God knows what exactly they did to him.

As of now, there has been nobody to account for the death of the “deceased.” The parties known to be involved in these murder cases have been playing a lot of games to throw the case under the carpet and are now nowhere to be found.

However, justice must prevail because an injury to one is an injury to all. The leadership of this faculty is ready to go to any length to ensure that justice prevails over this murder.

To ensure that all parties involved(The Awo hall executives and the Students Union Security Committee) in this murder are brought to justice, all faculty of Technology students are to converge at SUB at 7 am tomorrow to meet with the school management.
Moreover, the leadership of this faculty urges the members to ensure absolute peace and avoid violence.

E-SIGNED
AYANFE
PRESIDENT, TESA OAU.
wa.me/8130161474

TOSIN
President, NICE-SA OAU.
07034373569

Ayobami
President, AGEESS OAU.
wa.me/8177047481

BUSAYO
PRESIDENT, AMSES OAU.
07031864904

Oluchukwu
President, NAFSTS OAU
08184158011

Ifeoluwa
President, NSChE OAU
08149119833

Emmanuel,
President, NACOS OAU
09034332785

Abdulhameed,
President, NiMech OAU
08181828462

Kelvin
President, EEES OAU
09036211002

Emmanuel,
President, NACOS OAU
09034332785

Abdulhameed,
President, NiMech OAU
08181828462

Kelvin
President, EEES OAU
09036211002

In conclusion, it’s disheartening to hear of the loss of a young student, and our thoughts are with his family and friends. However, it’s critical that justice is served, and those responsible for his untimely death are held accountable for their actions. The faculty union’s call for a peaceful protest is a step in the right direction, and it’s our hope that justice will be served.

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