[Update] OAU lecturers Protest Against Detention Of former Vice-Chancellor

OAU lecturers Protest

Active members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife OAU lecturers Protest the detention  of the former Acting Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Anthony Elujoba, who is being convicted for alleged fraud by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.

Prof. Anthony Elujoba,

Elujoba appeared on Friday for fraud at the Osun State High Court sitting in Ede and the judge ordered that he should be kepted in the EFCC custody until Tuesday being (tomorrow) at the time this post was published. When his bail allocation would be heard.

OAU lecturers Protest for Prof. Anthony Elujoba,

Prof. Anthony Elujoba, is being prosecuted by the EFCC for paying workers’ bonus with over N1bn but the workers said the former Vice Chancellor, Prof. Bamitale Omole, who was accused of fraud was not prosecuted.

Lecturers at the university, led by the ASUU chairman, Dr. Niyi Sumonu, on Monday afternoon staged a protest demanding the release of Prof. Anthony Elujoba,

Workers unions and students of the university believed Prof. Anthony Elujoba, did well during his tenure by returning peace to the university, which had been troubled by workers’ unrest.

According to the workers, some people, who they described as enemies of progress, submitted a petition against Elujoba and the anti-graft agency swung into action while series of petitions against some ‘known thieves’ were not investigated by the EFCC.

It will be recalled that members of the NASU, SSANU and ASUU including the current Vice Chancellor, Prof. Eyitope Ogunbodede, had stormed the court in solidarity with Elujoba during his arraignment on Friday.


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