Popular Nigerian Varsity Fires 13 Staff, Others Over Corrupt Practices
The management of popular Nigerian varsity, Ambrose Alli University (AAU) has revealed that 13 staff out of the 209 that are currently facing trials due to sexual harassment, corruption, age manipulation and other corrupt practices has been fired.
This was made known by the school acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Asomwan Adagbonyi when he submitted the report of the University Staff Disciplinary Committee to the chairman of the Special Intervention Team (SIT), Andrew Olotu in the government house.
According Prof. Adagbonyi, 132 of the cases have been concluded and decisions have been made on them, while 77 cases were still pending trials.
He went further to give brief details about the 13 fired staff.
In his words;
“four were from the Faculty of Engineering; two from the Department of Nursing Sciences; one from the Department of Law; three from the Faculty of Basic Medical Science; one from the Department of Medical Laboratory Science; one from Department of Political Science and one from the University farms” . he said.
However, considering how the cases are treated, the head of Special Intervention Team, Andrew Olotu appreciated the school disciplinary committee for their unbiased investigation and judgement.
He promised that those found guilty will face the law for others to learn from it.