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UNILAG Reacts To Allegations By Olorunfemi Adeyeye, Student Who Was Rusticated

The University of Lagos is aware of Mr. Olorunfemi Adeyeye’s posts on Facebook and other social media one of which was titled: “The Senate of the University of Lagos, a conglomeration of Academic Ignorami”; in which he made unsubstantiated and insulting statements about the person of the Vice-Chancellor, and the entire Academic staff of the University of Lagos who constitute the University’s Senate.

The University does not wish to trade issues with a rusticated student. It is, however, important to reiterate that all the rusticated students (including Mr. Olorunfemi Adeyeye) were not victimized because of their involvement in the protest…

Mr. Olorunfemi Adeyeye in particular was specifically found to have breached the Social Misconducts and Penalties Regulations of University of Lagos as clearly stated on page 101 of “University of Lagos, 2015-2016, Students Information Handbook’, item 8 captioned CYBER OFFENCE OF ANY NATURE (Yahoo.Yahoo; posting n*ked pictures on internet; unauthorized use of the University’s name, logo, etc. in a manner that will bring the University to disrepute:”) which carries a penalty of EXPULSION.

It is worrisome that the public is being made to believe that a student who abused and insulted all lecturers, who wrote that lecturers resisted the renaming of the University because it gives them leverage to have s*x with female students should be promoted as a RADICAL and a REVOLUTIONIST. A student who avers that the First Class Honours degree in Chemical Engineering obtained by the Vice-Chancellor in 1974 from the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) is a waste. Our University is committed to awarding its certificates not only for learning but for character as well.

Over 7,000 Degree and Diploma certificates duly signed by the Vice-Chancellor and Registrar of the University are awarded every year. It is thereforesurprising, that someone expecting to receive one of such certificates would cast aspersions on the entire learning processes and academic integrity of the University.

Mr. Adeyeye’s Recent Arrest on September 21, 2016
Our attention was drawn to the recent arrest of Mr. Olorunfemi Adeyeye who, in spite of the rules/regulations governing the conduct of rusticated students, organized a group of boys to cause commotion and chaos at the University gate.

His subsequent arrest along with other non-students of the University (two of whom are serving youth corpers) was unconnected with any protest. It was a consequence of his desperate attempt to attract cheap publicity, unearned public sympathy and continuously bring the name of the University into disrepute. It should be reiterated that the earlier misdemeanor of Mr. Olorunfemi Adeyeye attracted EXPULSION. The University Senate in tempering justice with mercy handed him a 4-Semester Rustication. His recent conduct will do him no good.

We wish to appreciate the Media houses that have objectively and professionally disseminated issues concerning the University of Lagos.

The University hereby reiterates its commitment to the production of total graduates who exhibit excellence in character and learning.

Thank you.

(Signed) T. O. Adebule
Deputy Registrar (Information)
24th September, 2016

Breaking News!! Kwara Shuts 10 Sub-Standard Private Schools

The Kwara State Government on Friday said it had closed down 10 private schools built with wooden slabs and operating without due authorization from the state government.

Hajia Zainab Bello, the Director, Quality Assurance Bureau of the Kwara Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ilorin that the schools were unsuitable for child learning.

Bello said that these schools were closed down due to poor infrastructure and environment not conducive for learning.

She said that the pupils could not assimilate well in an untidy environment.

The director assured of the state’s government commitment to ensure quality education, stressing that government would continue to close illegal private schools.

“These schools are built with wood slabs and the surrounding could not be said to be suitable for human beings, talk-less of little children.

“The children are packed and sandwiched in the untidy classrooms demarcated with slabs.

“There is no way any child can receive sound education in uncompleted buildings, that is why the Quality Assurance Bureau team are fishing out illegal private schools in the state,”, Bello said.

She expressed disappointment at the disobedience shown by some proprietors who went ahead with the schools in spite of several warnings from the state government.

Bello warned school proprietors that the state government had zero tolerance for unauthorized private schools and that those found would be dealt with to serve as deterrent to others.

The director mentioned the affected schools to include New Creation Nursery and Primary School, Adabata; Habitat Nursery and Primary School; Al- Salam Nursery and Primary School; Allahu Samad Arabic School as well as Almalik Nursery and Primary School.

“Others schools affected are Great Success Nursery and Primary School, Isale Aluko; Aduni Success Islamic and Arabic International Model Center Ajikobi.

Bello also listed others as Ridwanulkahi Nursery and Primary School, Isale Aluko; Alubarka Nursery and Primary School, Ajikobi and Almubashirina Nursery and Primary School, Ajikobi.

SO SAD!!! Corps Member Slumps, Dies A Day After Attending Party

A member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) identified as Mr. Ogundare Lawrence Opeyemi, has slumped and died in Bayelsa State.

Opeyemi, it was gathered, died in Nembe, Nembe Local Government Area, where he was posted for his primary assignment.It was learnt that the deceased corps member slumped a day after he had a party with his colleagues in the area.

“A day after the party, he complained of a health-related issue and before we knew what was happening he slumped and died”, a source who spoke in confidence said.

His death caused panic among corps members, who raised the alarm over incessant death of their colleagues in the state.
His remains were later conveyed to and deposited at the mortuary of the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Yenagoa.

But on Friday, corps members cried uncontrollably when kinsmen of the deceased came to convey the remains to his home state, Ekiti for burial.

Hundreds of corps members trooped to the mortuary section of the hospital in solidarity with their departed colleague.

Officials of the NYSC in the state were led by the corps’ state Coordinator, Mr. Anthony Ekeocha. Ekeocha reportedly described the death as painful and decried incessant death of corps members in Bayelsa.

He said: “We are here to carry out an assignment and it is a painful assignment. Not quite long we were here to carry out same assignment, too much death in NYSC.

“We all pray that we should not die prematurely but at an old age. I put myself in the shoes of the parents after much investment but at the end this is what they got but we cannot question God”.

Scare Of Lassa Fever Looms In UNIJOS

The University of Jos community has been thrown into confusion following the reported diagnosis of a student with the dreaded Lassa fever disease.

The student is the second victim in Plateau State out of the five recently isolated in four states by the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control. Other states where the presence of the disease has been reported are Bauchi, Gombe and Rivers.

The second victim in Plateau State is said to be a Fulani woman nomad from the village of Shanon in the Riyom Local Government Area of Plateau State.

Our correspondent learnt that both patients were admitted at the Jos University Teaching Hospital for treatment after they were isolated by the Epidemiology Unit of the state Ministry of Health.

It was further gathered that while the student had been treated and discharged the woman was still on admission in JUTH.


Officials of the epidemiology unit were said to have carried out a disinfection exercise in the university community while also counselling the students and members of the community on precautionary measures.

An official of the health ministry, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to speak, told our correspondent on Sunday that the situation had been brought under control.

He added that officers from the NCDC, Abuja, had visited the state to carry out an on the spot assessment of the situation in the state.

The official added that the ministry had received assurances from the state government that everything would be put in place to ensure that the disease did not spread to other parts of the state.

According to the official, the early detection of the disease made it possible for it to be handled and contained before it could spread to other areas.

He added that the two patients survived because the illness was reported early.

The Assistant Registrar, Information and Protocol of the university, Mr. Abdullahi Abdullahi, told our correspondent that the JUTH authorities had yet to communicate the incident to the university.

He added, however, that on the strength of the information available to the university, it was ready to cooperate with health officials to contain the spread of the epidemic.

See The Face Of Male Corper Who Beat Female Corper & Remove Her Teeth After She Refused To Date Him

According to the report, both got posted to the same Local Government Area and also the same Place of Primary Assignment, PPA.

They also stayed in same lodge, and he seized the opportunity to press her harder for a relationship.

It was alleged that when his attempt to get her failed, the Bolarinwa suddenly decided to apply threats and violence, making her life miserable.

It was learnt that Miss Adewewe had told him to stop threatening her via Whatsapp, which angered Bolarinde and he allegedly went into her room and started beating her with his belt.

He later picked up a hammer, hit her mouth, making her to lose two teeth.

However, Bolarinde has refused to talk to journalists concerning the issue, citing the NYSC code of conduct, which he said does not allow serving corps members to give audience to the press.

UNICAL Bursar Suspended Over Alleged Fraud, Forgery And Threat To Life

The University of Calabar authority on Monday suspended the bursar, Mr. Peter Agi, over allegations of fraud, forgery and threat to life.

It would be recalled that academic and administrative activities in the university were interrupted for a few hours last week, following a protest by different groups comprising students and workers in support of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Zana Akpagu, on the one hand and the bursar, on the other.

Following the development, an inquiry was immediately set up by the management of the institution to look into issues that led to the protest.

In a letter of suspension signed by the Registrar, Mr. Moses Abang, the management of the institution alleged that the bursar had been found guilty of impersonating the vice-chancellor on the e-payment platform of the Central Bank of Nigeria, among others.

But, in a swift reaction, Agi said he was not aware of his suspension, adding that he was currently on sick leave with the knowledge of the management of the institution.

However, the letter of suspension read in part, “In an emergency meeting held today, August 22, 2016, the management considered recent developments on campus, especially your arrest by the Nigeria Police vide letter no. AB:3621/CRS/DFA/VOL.T/123 of August 17, 2016, on allegations of fraud, forgery and threat to life. It has become imperative that you step aside as Bursar and clear yourself of these allegations.

“Furthermore, management observed that you have been impersonating the vice-chancellor on the CBN e-payment platform by making final approvals and payments, a duty that is the responsibility of the vice-chancellor, who is the Chief Accounting Officer of the university.

“Again, you absented yourself from office without requesting any of your deputies to act for you, thus creating a vacuum in the administration of the Bursary.

“You deliberately refused to purchase an official car for the deputy vice-chancellor (administration) eight months after he was appointed into office. You have ignored several council and management directives on this.

“You bluntly refused to pay TETFUND contractors who have successfully executed jobs and rendered services to the university, even when such contractors have been cleared for payments. The consequence of this is that while other universities are already making progress and accessing the 2015 allocation, the University of Calabar cannot exhaust the 2013 allocation to qualify for the next tranche.”

The letter noted that the actions of the suspended bursar clearly manifested an orchestrated and a deliberate design to bring the institution to ridicule.

The letter therefore directed Agi to hand over immediately to Mrs. Atim Mensah, who is the most senior deputy bursar, while Mr. Joseph Odum should take over the previous duties covered by Mensah.

But Agi said, “I am not aware of any suspension. I have not been queried. I am aware of the guideline and rules on procedures in the appointment, suspension or otherwise of any principal officer of the university. I am currently on sick break and I wrote a letter to that effect copying all principal officers. So, for anybody to announce my suspension without the set rules amounts to nothing. I am still the bursar.”

Six DELSU Lecturers Sacked For S’exual Harassment Of Female Students

Six lecturers of the Delta State University, Abraka, have been sacked over various offences, including sexual harassment of female students.
Their sack came after a disciplinary committee was set up to investigate the allegations against them.

The University Governing Council at 97th regular meeting held at the weekend, recommended their dismissal having found them culpable of several offences including sexual harassment of female students.

The Public Relations Officer, PRO, of DELSU, Eddy Agbure, confirmed the development in a statement, noting that while six were dismissed, four others were demoted and received various queries for gross misconducts.

The statement added that investigations revealed that the sacked lecturers were also involved in financial extortion for marks, leaking of examination questions and other corrupt offences

Delta State University Sacks 6 Lecturers For Gross Misconduct

Not fewer than six lecturers of the Delta State University, DELSU, Abraka, have been sacked by the institution’s Governing Council for various offences ranging from extortion, sexual harassment, leaking of examination questions, to bribery and corruption.

The sack of the lecturers is coming on the heels of the recommendation by the Senior Staff Disciplinary Committee of the university who indicted the lecturers for the offences.

According to a bulletin issued by the management of the institution, six of the lecturers were dismissed while four others were demoted and received various degrees of query for their conducts.

The bulletin which was signed by the university’s registrar, Mr D. A. Urhibo, said: “This is to inform staff, students and other members of the University community that the under listed staff (names withheld) were disciplined by the University Governing Council for various offences at its 97th regular meeting held on Friday, 12th August, 2016.”

Warning lecturers to desist from acts of anti-official activities capable of bringing the university to disrepute, Vice Chancellor of the institution, Prof. Victor Peretomode stressed that henceforth, any lecturer found wanting will face the penalty of sack without benefit.