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    Oke Ogun Poly chamber suspends minister, other important officers over supposed budgetary fraud

    The overseeing board of the Oke Ogun Polytechnic, Saki, has suspended all primary officers of the organization over supposed monetary fumble. 


    Day by day POST reports that those suspended incorporate the minister of the establishment, Mr Matthew Oladeji, and other primary officers. 

    Oke Ogun Polytechnic, which was one of the satellite grounds of the Polytechnic Ibadan before it was conceded independence amid the principal term of Governor Abiola Ajimobi, is one of the foundations possessed by Oyo state government. 

    The suspension request was contained in a notice marked by Professor Moshood Tijani, the Chairman, Governing Council of the establishment. 

    As per the letter, which was sent to Governor Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State through the Commissioner for Education, the board said the influenced officers have been questioned in regard to arrangement of budgetary fakes. 

    The letter understands, "They have been questioned in regard of arrangement of claims of false practices and gross offense". 

    The gathering said it has comprised a five-man examination board at one of its gatherings to give the concerned officers reasonable hearing. 

    "Hence in accordance with the disciplinary system of the Institution as featured in the Institution's Edict; Part 8, Sub-segment 28 (3 &4), Mr M. Oladeji drove substantive administration (for example the Principal Officers) have been set on suspension pending the last assurance of the examination". 

    It was accumulated that after arrangement of admonitions by the overseeing gathering, the important officers were first approached to continue on obligatory leave before this letter of suspension was issued. 

    Be that as it may, the Rector of the foundation, Mr. Oladeji, when requested to respond, demanded that he has not get any letter. 

    He stated, "I have not gotten such a letter. I'm on leave".

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