Aspirants Accuse FUOYE Of Admission Malpractice & Favoritism, Sends Letter containing concrete evidence to The Management.
A particular aspirant of the Federal University Oye- Ekiti, FUOYE has depicted his astuteness and intellectual capacity by confronting the management of the School over glaring Admission Malpractice & Favoritism for admission into the year 2017/2018 Session.
Speaking on behalf of all other affected aspirants like him, he pointed out that admission into the reputed Federal University was shockingly based on favoritism and not on the status quo of merit.
He noted that the list was originally released on a Sunday and afterwards was reversed with a formulated excuse given.
“On the 25th November year 2017, there was a latest update on the portal I.e admissions list. I was quite bewailed about it because its on Sunday.however, my name was there and that left me unperturbed but later in the day, the list was reversed and the said reason was that the school is testing their admission processing portal. “
In the letter directed to the management which he included with evidences of scores and statistics, he said
“I was baffled when I saw people with 51%,52%,even 41% gaining admission ahead of aspirants with 54,55,56—60%, the question is HOW-COME? Now the students were admitted because they know a lecturer, Kings, Queen, and BIG MEN AND POLITICIAN that can control the admission officers in a twinkling of an eye.
At first we thought it was our subject combination that disqualified us but, we with our investigation and we cross checked the subject combination of ours and those admitted despite their low score it is the same as ours, “that is” we met the requirements. ”
said reason was that the school is testing their admission processing portal. “
The written letter is also provided in a PDF document and attached to this post and can be downloaded.
Let us stand up for the poor aspirants; and for posterity sake, make sure you send this link to all whatsapp groups and facebook forums you know till it reaches the desk of the management of the University.