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I Beat My Lecturer To Coma After She Threw Mug At Me — UNILORIN student

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A University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) student who allegedly assaulted a female lecturer has explained why he did so.

Salaudeen Waliu, alias Captain Walz, a final-year student of the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Life Sciences, said that Mrs Rahmat Zakariyau was the first to get violent after an altercation broke out between them.

Salaudeen claimed to have gone to the office of the female lecturer to beg her to help wave the mandatory Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme course which he missed due to unforeseen circumstances, an on-campus journal, University Campus Journalist (UCJ-Ilorin), reported.

“I got angry, I don’t know what came over me, I started arguing and she told me to leave her office, I told her if I don’t leave, what is she going to do?

“She then threw a mug at me which injured me and I started beating her,” he was quoted to have said.

Salaudeen said the female lecturer did not fight back, so he went on to beat her and later dragged her out of her office to continue the beating, according to the UCJ-Ilorin report.

“I dragged her out and she ran. I chased and kept beating her before people came. I tried to run but was later caught by the school security,” he was quoted to have stated.

Salaudeen reportedly said these in the security cell of the institution where he was locked up since he was returned from ‘F’ Divisional Police station, Tanke in Ilorin, the Kwara State capital.

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Student Who Had F9 In NECO Celebrates Emerged Best Graduating Student

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A first-class graduate of the University of Ibadan (UI) took to Facebook to share his grass-to-grace story, following his graduation from the school.

The student named Mayowa Joshua Amusan said he had parallel F9 in the first NECO examination he sat for and proceeded to write WAEC three other times before he finally succeeded and gained admission to study Agricultural Technology in the polytechnic, Ibadan.

Amusan went on to reveal that though he graduated with distinction from the polytechnic, he was reluctant to purchase the post-UTME form for UI to further his education because he was scared he wouldn’t pass the exams.

However, with the support of his family, he was able to get the form and got admission into UI to study Agricultural Economics, where he did not only graduate with a first-class but also emerged as the best graduating student from the department.

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Student Who Had F9 In NECO Celebrates Emerged Best Graduating Student

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A first-class graduate of the University of Ibadan (UI) took to Facebook to share his grass-to-grace story, following his graduation from the school.

The student named Mayowa Joshua Amusan said he had parallel F9 in the first NECO examination he sat for and proceeded to write WAEC three other times before he finally succeeded and gained admission to study Agricultural Technology in the polytechnic, Ibadan.

Amusan went on to reveal that though he graduated with distinction from the polytechnic, he was reluctant to purchase the post-UTME form for UI to further his education because he was scared he wouldn’t pass the exams.

However, with the support of his family, he was able to get the form and got admission into UI to study Agricultural Economics, where he did not only graduate with a first-class but also emerged as the best graduating student from the department.

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Yobe Government Slashes Civil Servants’ Salaries By 10% To Repair Schools Boko Haram Destroyed

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Yobe State government has considered slashing the salaries of its civil servants by 10 percent to repair schools wrecked by Boko Haram terrorists in the state.

Governor Mai Mala Buni-led government disclosed this in a statement by the state Commissioner for Home Affairs, Information and Culture, Muhammad Lamin.

Lamin who spoke at a press briefing on Monday in Damaturu, the state capital, said insurgency had impacted negatively on the educational sector in the state.

He explained that the decision to take a cut from salaries of the government workers was to ginger collective action to revive the sector ravaged by a decade-long insurgency.

“Apart from reaching out to people outside government, we feel that civil servants in the state should also give their modest contribution to the programme by contributing 10 per cent of their November basic salary. By this briefing, therefore, civil servants are informed that the deduction will be for only the month of November 2021,” Mr Buni had pointed out.

“In this regard, the government is appealing to civil servants in the state to heartily support the government in her bid to rescue our state from the catastrophe of educational decay,” the statement added.

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