The story, to say the least is very "unprofessional". No byline, no attribution of any sort. The writer did a very poor job because the story has no source of any kind. No interview with any university official, no authority from any university document, nothing.
As if that is not poor enough, the website has no visible contact, no vision, no mission statement.
As the webpage is fictitious, so is the news. It's just a fabrication, a figment of writer's imagination and a tissue of lies.
For instance, Prof Soremekun is 67 years old this year and not 59 as the story fictitiously imagined.
Again the fees rates quoted had no official backing and does not represent the official school fees in the Federal University, Oye Ekiti.
No serious organisation takes fictitious online media seriously, www.opr.news inclusive.
However, when such shadowy outfit tries to mislead the public, one will have no choice but to correct such lies, hence this rebuttal.
If operators of www.opr.news are interested in news about FUOYE, they should do it professionally by asking for relevant information from the right sources. It is a disservice to the university, and the students to do otherwise.