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AAUA 2016/17 SUG Election Time-Table & Guidelines Out

The Managements of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba has published the Time-Table for the Students Union Government Election for the 2016/2017 session.
See Time-Table Below:

1.Wed 20th March, 2017Lifting of Ban for CampaignMain Campus10am
2.Mon 24th April, 2017Demonstration of e-votingOBJ Hall2pm
3.Mon – Wed 24th – 26thApril, 2017Collection of Nomination Form via onlineUniver. website
4.Wed 26th April, 20172nd Demonstration of e-votingOBJ Hall2:30 – 3:30
5.Thurs 27th April, 2017Submission of printed Nomination FormStudent Affairs8 am- 2 pm
6.Fri 28th April, 2017Screening of AspirantStudent Affairs10 am
7.Sat 29th April, 2017Screening of AspirantStudent Affairs11 am
8.Tues 2nd May, 2017Display of Names of Qualified Candidates Accreditation of AgentsStudent AffairsStudent Affairs12 noon2 pm
9.Wed 3rd May, 2017ManifestoesSports complex8 am- 2 pm
10.Thurs 4th May, 2017Elections and Announcement of ResultsCBT Centre8 am- 3 pm
11.Fri 5th May, 2017Filling of Electoral Petitions (If any)Student Affairs9 am- 3 pm
12.Mon 8th May – Fri 12thMay, 2017Hearing of Electoral PetitionsMoot Court10am- 4 pm
13.Friday 19th May, 2017Swearing-In Ceremony & Handing OverOBJ Hall11 am


All interested candidates that are vying for electoral positions in the students’ Executive Council (SEC) that the following conditions serve as addendum to the extant rules for the conduct of SUE election:

  • Contestants must have at least 2.50 as CGPA as 2nd Semester 2014/2015 session for any position
  • Contestants are prohibited from using any form of vehicle or animal (e.g horse, donkey, monkey, etc) for campaign
  • Defacing of walls and /or roads within and outside the university premises is strictly prohibited
  • Campaign with noise making such as drumming, blowing of trumpet or flute and singing is restricted during office hours, that ism between 8:00am and 4:00pm
  • Any student standing /facing disciplinary process is qualified to contest election pending the final determination of his or her issue.
    If he or she is later found guilty of the offence, he or she stands removed from office
  • Contestants are expected to maintain decorum during and after the students’ Union electioneering campaign
  • Any candidate that has a record of having been found culpable of any misconduct by an appropriate organ of the University shall not be eligible to contest for any position
  • Any candidate who runs foul of any or all of these guidelines may be disqualified from contesting.
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