ABU Hostel Allocation: Male Students outraged with the Process

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The Male Students of Ahmadu Bello University (returning and new) are clearly not smiling with the ABU management over the ongoing hostel allocation for male students which started on 22nd January 2020 and many have turned to social media to express their frustrations as the Student Representative Council SRC has promised to resolve the matter.

In a series of tweets and Facebook messages monitored by Theabusites.com, the students alleged that most of the rooms were taken out from the system and reserved for “special students” even before the portal was open and are demanding an explanation from their Representatives – the ABU Students representatives Council – ABUSRC.

The university’s leading social connect platform, the ABU™ Campus Connect (@ABU_Campus) and other influential social handles of the University students community are taking the lead in expressing what appears to be a reflection of the feeling of most of the students. See twits below

ABU Hostel Allocation: Male Students outraged with the Process - Abu campus connect

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ABUSRC distanced self from Hostel Allocation

Meanwhile, the ABU students Representative Council – ABUSRC has distanced itself from any such special arrangements and promise to “figure out” anything that is missing and follow up with the authorities until everything is resolved.

Male Students outraged with the Process - Abu campus connect

On his part, the President of the ABU Students Representative Council – ABUSRC, Comrade Usman Waziri has assured students that he will get to the root of the matter and warn them to stop making reckless and emotional statements concerning the matter which they may not be able to defend when called upon to do so.

Recalled that the Allocation of hostels to male ABU students was initially delayed by the management. After a series of postponements, the accommodation portal was eventually opened on Wednesday, 22nd January 2020. But shortly after access was granted to the portal by 10.00 am, students complained that the rooms were exhausted


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