The Academic Staff Union of universities (ASUU), Akure Zone, has accused Kayode Soremekun, the Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University of Oye-Ekiti (FUOYE) of financial misappropriation and maladministration.
But the Vice Chancellor has denied all allegations, noting that the Office of the Auditor General of the Federation is currently looking at the book of the university, to determine whether the allegation of misappropriation against him can stand.
The union in a statement obtained by The ICIR, which was signed by Olu Olufayo, Zonal Coordinator of ASUU, Adeola Egbedokun, Chairperson of ASUU, OAU, Yinka Awopetu, Chairperson of ASUU, FUTA, Kayode Arogundade, Chairperson of ASUU, EKSU, and Akinyemi Omonijo, Chairperson of ASUU at FUOYE, accused the Vice Chancellor of flagrant disregard of the university’s rules and regulations since his assumption of duty at the university.
It noted that Somerekun has recently embarked on some acts that were inimical to the ethics of governance of the budding university.
“In furtherance of his flagrant disregard for rules and regulations, the outgoing Vice-Chancellor, among other things, had recently embarked on some acts which are contrary to the ethics of governance of the university.”
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