ILL LUCK!!! YABATECH Recalls Graduate From NYSC Camp For Exam Malpractice


ILL LUCK!!! YABATECH Recalls Graduate From NYSC Camp For Exam Malpractice

The administrative of Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) has relieved of responsibility a graduate of the College, Quadri Adewale Fasasi, from the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC).

The Corps member was alleged to have been involved in examination malpractice.

Fasasi and another student had had outstanding cases pending.

It was learnt that Fasasi was wrongly cleared for national service by the College and based on a petition, the management wrote to the Director General of NYSC, Abuja, demanding for his recall.

The letter dated July 19, 2017 and signed by Deputy Registrar, Mrs. T.A. Obadimu, reads: ‘’Mr. Fasasi has a pending academic case in the college. He was wrongly listed on the graduand list for 2014/2015 academic year’’.

Fasasi, Higher Diploma student in Accountancy department with matriculation F/HD/12/3610016 and with call letter number NYSC/YCT 10016/373713, Daily Sun gathered, was involved in examination malpractice with one other student. He was said to have used his connection to get clearance.

Investigations further revealed that Fasasi, who is also a staff of the College and another student had faced the Students Investigations Exam Committee and were found guilty. The panel had recommended that both should repeat HND II.

A reliable source informed the press that, ‘’Rather than repeat HND II, he (Fasasi) used his connection as a staff and got cleared for NYSC to Ondo State. The other student found out and petitioned the management thus prompting the recall of Fasasi from NYSC’’.

Dr. Charles Oni, the Director, Public Relations of YABATECH, had promised, to get the management’s reaction to the recall but as at the time of filling this report, he hasn’t responded.

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