OGUN RECEIVES OOU, MAPOLY VISITING PANELS' REPORTS
BY DAUD OLATUNJI
ABEOKUTA-FEAR of the unknown has gripped top officials of Olabisi Onabanjo University, OOU, and Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, MAPOLY, as two panels of visitation set up by Governor Ibikunle Amosun on the two institutions submitted their reports and allegedly indicting them.
Reliable sources said that the Government might wield the big stick against the indicted officers and may report the alleged corruption to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
Governor Ibikunle Amosun had on September 14, set up fact-finding panels on the institutions.
Presenting their reports yesterday to the Deputy Governor , Segun Adesegun, the Chairmen of the two Panels, came up with total of 136 recommendations, calling for a thorough sanitation of the institutions.
In his reports, Prof. Olusegun Osinowo who headed OOU panel, said the rot was too much which prompted 97 recommendations to the government on ways to tackle the rot in OOU, imploring the government to implement those recommendations.
However, Justice Justice Demola Bakre who handled that of MAPOLY, refused to speak on his panel's findings.
Speaking after receiving the reports on behalf of the government, the Deputy Governor declared that the State government would redress all the anomalies in the educational sector in the state.
Adesegun noted the government was prepared to implement the recommendations.