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FUNAAB Dismisses Staff, Debunks Misinformation on Payment of Reputation Fees by Students

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Authorities of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State has dismissed from service, a Driver/Mechanic II in the Bureau of Transportation, Mr. Abiodun Abolade, who was recently accused of being in possession of items suspected to be contraband substances, along Imeko-Afon/Olorunda area of the Idiroko border, Ogun State.

The letter of dismissal, referenced FUNAAB/R/JP.1804/1/43 and signed by the Acting Registrar of the University, Dr. (Mrs.) Linda Onwuka, reads in part: “I write to inform you that your services, as a Driver/Mechanic II in the Bureau of Transportation are no longer required by the University and consequently, you are hereby dismissed from the services of the University with immediate effect”.

The decision was taken in adherence to extant regulations, the rules of engagement of the said officer in the University, as well as avail the accused person the required time and attention, to respond to the allegations leveled against him by law enforcement agents.

As a responsible and law-abiding organisation, the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State, is committed to upholding all statutory enactments guiding its establishment, subsisting legislation in Ogun State and the nation in general.

This uncompromising and non-negotiable stance had always and severally been hammered to bonafide members of staff and students of the University.

Already, the University has put the necessary machinery in place, to carry out proper investigations, to ascertain what actually transpired on the said date on one hand, while law enforcement agents, on the other hand, would be allowed and supported to perform their statutory duties in the overall interest of all citizens.

Meanwhile, the attention of University Management has been drawn to the false information being disseminated that, following the event that transpired between the dismissed staff and law enforcement agents, students of the University had been asked to pay certain amount of money, as reputation fees, and to present letters of undertaking, to be of good behavior.

This piece of information is untrue, embarrassing, misleading, mischievous and should be disregarded.

The University is currently on its first semester break for the 2017/2018 Academic Session, following the end of examinations on August 1, 2017; hence, academic activities are on recess, while normal administrative services are fully ongoing.

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