The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Aluko speaking to FUO Media
A new measure has been put in place by the University management to tighten security within the institution as all vehicles owned by either staff or visitors entering FUO campus must have an identification tag.
Speaking on the development, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Mobolaji Aluko said the University came up with the measure following the current insecurity in the country.
The VC who embarks on routine check on vehicles to ensure effective compliance by staff said restricted access to the campus was because of both security and health concerns.
Affirming his commitment to ensure strict compliance to the new directive, the University boss said any defaulters after the set time for compliance will have their tyres deflated or their cars towed outside the University premises.
FUO Chief Security Officer Pade Ben-Oputa whose office undergoes registration of staff and visitors vehicles appealed to those yet to comply with the directive to quickly do so to avoid any embarrassment.
Pade Ben-Oputa who said the essence of the exercise was to identify intruders on campus said machinery has been put in motion to ensure strict compliance.
Some staff who spoke with FUO Media, Ngbarabara Prince and Ruth Wongo commended the University for the Initiative but appealed for a durable tag that is transferable, to serve persons who have more than one vehicle.