Delta Poly allegedly bans students from driving cars on campus
The management of Delta State Polytechnic Ogwashi-Uku has allegedly banned her students from driving cars within the school premises.
An alleged student of the institution took to Twitter to share a photo of a banner supposedly by the school administration, banning cars owned by students from entering campus.
According to the banner, students are prohibited from entering the school with their cars for security reasons.
The banner reads, “Students cars are banned from entry for security reasons”.
Meanwhile the Twitter user who took to the micro-blogging platform to share the banner suggest that students cars were banned from entering the institution of learning due to perceived oppression from students.
In his words, ”Student don dey oppress lecturer”.
See his post below,
Student don dey oppress lecturer 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/Y9Ap6fuRLX
— Hakim 🇳🇬 (@whoismorj) February 9, 2021
The tweet has sparked outrage on social media, with many condemning the school management for her decision to ban student cars from entering the school.
A Twitter user, @davic_obi wrote,
“I really don’t get this though, are the students not paying their fees? is the school not meant for them and the lecturers? Is this the best way to solve an issue of parking space? Na wa ooooo!”
See more reactions below,
— Mr We$t (@musaxv) February 9, 2021
Maybe they've been overspeeding and endangering the lives of other students.
— Golden morn Stan. (@partreek911) February 10, 2021
So students should walk to campus? Nigerians systems and structures are funny 😂
— N.B.A (@Boakyewaa_N) February 10, 2021