DELSU dismisses three lecturers for alleged rape, others over professional misconduct
DELTA State University (DELSU), Abraka, has dismissed, from the institution, three lecturers accused of professional misconducts.
One of them, a lecturer in Department of Theatre Arts, died about five months ago.
On June 3, 2003, the said lecturer was allegedly caught in a girls’ hostel while attempting to rape a female student of his department and since then, the lecturer was battling with a lingering legal tussle to defend his name until his untimely demised in October last year.
The Guardian learnt that the late lecturer, alongside two others, were considered and recommended for termination at the 90th Regular Meeting of the school’s Governing Council on February 2.
A copy of the institution’s official bulletin read: “He was dismissed on alleged case of professional misconduct.
The second lecturer, names withheld, was demised over gross misconduct arising from the conduct of 2013/2014 post- UTME and another, a senior lecturer at the Department of Business Administration and Marketing for abuse of office and professional misconduct.
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