Polytechnic Rector Weeps As Corrupt Lecturer Is Exposed

Some folks are doing bad and telling lies, thinking their lies change anything…until they are caught.

It was a show of shame on those indicted by the Anti-Corruption and Transparency Unit (ACTU) in Federal Polytechnic Oko yesterday as confiscated items of Entrepreneurship were displayed in the open.

One of the Lecturers was indicted for illegally forcing his Entrepreneurship Development (EED) students to submit items ranging from 15 buckets of Paints, 15 gallons of 20 liters oil, 30 buckets of Custard etc produced by each group of 10 students and submitted to him without passing through the due process of Knowledge Acquisition.

Occasioned by this, the Students squeezed out their hard-gotten money to purchase items in Markets as to get better scores instead of bending down to learn from Professionals in the Skill acquisition center of the school. The Lecturer whose activities has gone viral on Campus act has been suspended with immediate effect by the Management while others are still facing panel.

The ACTU Chairperson, Nwobi Nnenna said the unit has bogus reports on the non-repentant and already-suspended Lecturer who forces students not only to purchase supermarket items to earn few marks but also forces them to buy his textbooks that are sold outside the bookshop for N3000.

The unit has confiscated the items through the help of an informant who led them to a building where the Lecturer stores all the items bought by the students. The ACTU Chairperson also took the Rector and his Management team to the premises where the confiscated items were kept…

When the Rector saw the numerous items allegedly submitted to the indicted Lecturer, he wept in the open. He angrily harped that students should not hesitate to report Lecturers who are involved in such a dastard act without fear.

According to Politics Ng, the Rector thanked the ACTU team for doing a wonderful job of redeeming the image of the Polytechnic from maggoty personified Teaching Staff (Lecturers).

His words: “This is still unbelievable! This is pure extortion of students in disguise. It is lamentable and unfortunate that people enjoy it when the little ones cry. The Economy is not very good and as such, students should not be made to go through all these. I built Entrepreneurship and Skill Acquisition Centre for the Students to be taught on how to be self-employed after their Polytechnic Education and not for criminals. Students should be taught how to produce these items and not forced to buy them outside for marks. This situation must be thoroughly dealt with.”