Posted: 2020-02-21 12:07:11

The National body of the institution's Alumni Association has assured the Rector of the institution, Arc. Olusegun Aluko that the body is solidly behind him and the management of the institution.
The body gave this assurance when the members of the executive of the Alumni paid a visit to the Rector in his office, stressing that they were disturbed with the tending news of the arrest of the suspended Student Union president of the institution, Mr Adeboye Olatunji for alleged involvement in cultism.

The Alumni decried the action of the  president which is tantamount to soiling the image of the Polytechnic, which according to them, all the members of the Polytechnic community, (that is, the council, management, staff, past and current students of the Polytechnic struggled and sweated to build.
The body however gave a thumbs up to the management and the Students Representative Council for suspending and impeaching the embattled SU president respectively.

Receiving the delegates, the Rector appreciated them for their belief in, and solidarity with their alma mata, stressing that the institution will continue to uphold the virtues for which the institution is known.

He however called on the Alumni to be ready to be more involved in the activities of the institution just as they displayed during the 40th anniversary of the institution. 

The Alumni National Exco who paid the solidarity visit included Messrs Jamiu Yusuf (President), Dr. Mikhail Akinde (VP), Adeyemi, Adeyemi (Gen. Sec.), Hon. Fasiu Bakenne (Treasurer), Lawal Kamorudeen (Fin. Sec.), Omowunmi Babatunde (Social Sec.), Majeobaje Ismail (Auditor) and one time president of the institution's Student Union, Adesilu Bode, pka Bode the way (Asst. Gen. Sec.)

With the Rector to receive the Alumni National Exco were the Registrar of the Polytechnic, Mrs. A. F. Osore and the Deputy Registrar, Public Relations, Mr Sola Abiala.