OYSCHST provost suspends students over COVID-19 protocols

The Provost of the Oyo State College of Health Science and Technology (OYSCHST), Eleyele, Ibadan,  Mr Siji Ganiyu, has warned that any student of the institution who did not observe COVID -19 safety measures would be sent packing.

To enforce the order, two students of the college who were caught without wearing face masks had been suspended by the provost.

Speaking with journalists in his office, Ganiyu said COVID-19 was very real, adding that efforts must be geared towards prevention of its spread within the college premises.

In a press statement signed by the college Public Relations Officer, Mr Sola Samuel Ojewole, the provost expressed concern over people’s non-chalant attitude towards COVID 19 safety protocols.

He said government was doing its best to prevent the spread of the dreadful respiratory disease, calling on people to support and cooperate with Governor Seyi  Makinde’s efforts for their safety.

 

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