The Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko Students' Union on Sunday issued the Ondo state government, the institution's governing council and management seven working days ultimatum to reopen the university.
The union warned that students would shut down the state as the government has been quite undisturbed by their 'predicament'.
In a statement by Ijanusi Olawale, AAUASU president and Adekunle Ayo-Lawrence, AAUA secretary general, the hope of 500L Law students of the instutution going to Law School is now hanging in the wind.
"Today makes it 80days that we have been made to sit at home since the 2016/2017 academic session ended. It is quite pathetic and sardonic that the government has been quite undisturbed by this disheartening predicament.
"We have wasted a whole semester at home doing nothing. The hope of our 500L Law students going to Law School is now hanging in the wind.
"We are made to go through all this unpalatable rigours all because of the unfortunate indecisiveness of the government.
"We have been silent enough. We will not allow the administration of the government to toy with our future. We have been pushed to the wall, and it is now highly sacrosanct, germane and imperative to take our destiny into our hands.
"On this note, we are strongly giving out a 7-working-days ultimatum to the government and also to the governing council of AAUA, to facilitate all necessary necessities to bring about the resumption of AAUA. This ultimatum count down shall kickstart on monday, 2nd of April 2018.
"Failure of the government and the governing council to do the needful will draw the wrath of the Nigerian students," part of the statement read.