Baron de montesquieu, a french philosopher of the 18th century once visited a peasant carpenter phillipe luigini in order to collect his woodwork, while he sat down at the woodwork shop, he watched the carpenter hit the wood with an hammer, he became amazed the sound made as a result of the intercourse between the wood and the hammer, he was forced to say “Even the woods do cry”.
On the 27th of January 2017, the student parliamentary council had an open session at the front of block A where they discussed issues concerning tasuedites but after the sitting up till date, the wooden chair were left outside. These wooden chairs are chairs tasuedites used for lectures and tasuedites do not want to sit on destroyed chairs. Those chairs were left to suffer under the punches of the rain, the whipping of the sun and the battering of the dust. Someone please tell our parliamentarians that “Even the woods do cry”.
This is not to ridicle anyone but to bring to our notice how things has been done by these people, over three (3) regimes it has been like that, other student cant be payin the price while they sit under one post or the other, they paid school fee just like them, the question is that, is that the legacy that was laid? its time the parliamentarians should grow up for once, it is known everywhere that leader leads by example and not the other way round. This cant be a continous exercise so it should be made known to them that “EVEN THE WOODS DO CRY”