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WhatsApp Advertisement Linkedin Email THE President of the University of Limerick has said he does not know how much the institution is owed in outstanding fees after it emerged the college is using a debt collection agency to recover monies owed. The country’s largest university UCD is also engaged in the practice. Speaking this Monday, president Don Barry said going to debt collection agencies was “very much a last resort”“We are kind of caught between a rock and a hard place in the sense that we have an obligation to collect this charge and the government deducts it from our grants. It is only fair that we treat all our students the same,” President Barry said.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “It is really very much a last resort for us. We try our level best to facilitate students for as long as possible,” he added.Asked how much was due in outstanding fees, Mr Barry said he did not know.“I don’t know the precise amount. I saw that the university wouldn’t release it to the media so I am going to have to find out myself.”In a statement issued the University of Limerick said the standard payment option for the student contribution is currently two instalments.“Other payment options are available on request and every effort is made to facilitate students in this regard in conjunction with other support mechanisms for those experiencing difficulties,” he said.“As a public body the University of Limerick has a duty to seek to recover outstanding debts. Students are currently not permitted to graduate with outstanding student fee debt. Having applied a range of debt collection practices, The University of Limerick, like other Irish universities and other public bodies, uses external mechanisms as a last resort in recovering long-standing debts. The University of Limerick currently does not issue legal proceeding over outstanding student fees,” the statement concluded. NewsLocal NewsUL president says he does not know who much college is owed in outstanding feesBy admin – February 11, 2013 642 Facebook Print Twitter Previous articleFarmer’s failure to test cattle threatened beef industryNext article‘Storeman’ jailed for drugs in the attic admin
Former Amidaus Professionals coach Tanko Ibrahim Shaibu has revealed to Asempa Sports that he was sacked due to his refusal to stick to certain ad hoc decisions by some of the club management members.The experienced coach who doubles as the head of sports department at the University of Education in Winneba has accused his bosses of interfering in his technical decisions on match days.Shaibu was relieved off his post after Sunday’s 3-0 defeat at Hearts of Oak but he insists his dismissal has nothing to do with performance as reported earlier by the club.“It is never true that I was sacked because I don’t listen. They wanted me to promote their interest which I believe is against the ethics and the professionalism of my job so I always refute it. “They feel some players should be selected to play the league matches but most of these players I have sidelined do not follow my instructions as far as my training programme is concern and even those players cant help survive the team but rather push them into relegation zone”. He added. Shaibu propelled Amidaus from their 14th position to 11th position with 24 points meaning coach Tanko grabbed 10 points from 7 matches, by wining 3, drawing 1, and losing 3 games. Meanwhile, Amidaus has appointed former assistant coach of Liberty Professionals Fred Kwame Susu Gidiglo as interim head coach.