Missing AAUA Student: Management Intensifies Search Efforts

Prof. Olugbenga Ige, DVC (Admin.) (3rd R) addressing the rescue team at the watercourse in Akungba Community.


As efforts are intensified to recover a student of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Miss Doyinsola Motunrayo Boluwaji, a final year student of the Department of Religious and African Studies, who was recently swept away by flood, the Management of the Institution again visited the searching teams consisting of the Ondo State Government’s recruits, local divers, and the University’s staffers, along dregs of the watercourse in Akungba Community.

Led by the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Admin.), Prof. Olugbenga Ige, the Management, while appreciating the efforts of the searching crews, noted that University Management would leave no stone unturned in the search of the missing student.

Prof. Ige said, “As a University that prioritizes the wellbeing and lives of its students and staff, we are not going to relent in our searching efforts of flood victim – our student -, who is still missing after the flood rampaging.”

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Addressing the Management team, driver of the excavator, Engr. Peter Pafi, said although the crews have covered a long distance of search, “We are hoping that the victim could still be found.”

Engr. Peter Pafi, the amphibious excavator operator (5th R), explaining some points to the AAUA Management team led by the DVC (Admin) Prof. Olugbenga Ige (3rd R)
The amphibious excavator

In the entourage of the Management team to the dregs of the watercourse were the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), Prof. Francis Gbore; the University Librarian, Dr. Rotimi Egunjobi; Dean of Student Affair, Dr. Olusegun Owolewa, among other top officers of the University.

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