The Lagos State University (LASU) has rejected the arrangement of three senior teachers for inappropriate behaviour of female understudies in their areas of expertise.
The choice to sack the three speakers was taken by LASU Governing Council after its meeting held, on Thursday, October 4, 2018, at the main campus Ojo.
It was accumulated that two other senior speakers evaded being sacked as one was issued a notice and the other was prompted against submitting the same offence.
The chamber followed up on the suggestions of the Joint Council/Senate (Academic) Disciplinary Committee which explored the charges against the five teachers.
The Sonny Ajose-drove chamber Senate council had in their reports found the three senior speakers liable of lewd behaviour and in this way prescribed their expulsion from LASU.
It was accumulated that the two different teachers whose offences were not uncovered by a source, got away sack as gathering guided the college administration to issue him cautioning letter and the fifth speakers got a warning letter.
The three instructors expelled from the administrations of LASU for inappropriate behaviour were Dr Sunkanmi Odubunmi, an Associate Professor in Department of Economics, Dr. Isiaka Ogunwande, likewise an Associate Professor in Department of Chemistry and Dr. Emmanuel Gbeleyi, an instructor of Anatomy, Lagos State University College of Medicine, Ikeja.
Dr. Odubunmi, was captured by LASU security agents with the assistance of a nongovernmental association. His capture occurred three days to his scholarly meeting.
Odubunmi was said to have welcomed a female understudy to his office, on Saturday, to rework an examination, bolted the entryway and started to sentiment her before the air pocket burst.
Obscure to Dr Odubunmi, the female understudy was fitted with a mystery camera and was observed by the non-administrative association and LASU security agents in another office near his.
A similar affirmation connected to Dr Ogunwande. For Dr Gbeleyi, he was affirmed to have infused female understudies, quieted them in the research centre before having sex with them.
The acting Coordinator, Center for Information Press and Public Relations (CIPPR), Mr Adeola Adekoyam affirmed that the Governing Council has endorsed the expulsion of the three instructors at its gathering on Thursday.
Adekoya, who couldn’t give points of interest of the choices by the Prof. Adebayo Ninalowo-drove Governing Council, told newsmen that his speciality was expecting the choice concentrate of the gathering.
His words: “Indeed, the administering Council took the choice on Thursday. The committee division is yet to outfit my office with points of interest. I don’t have a thought whether it is sack, rejection or end of the arrangement.”
On the three ASUU LASU exco case, Adekoya said the case is still on-going, including “it’s anything but a case they (board of trustees) need to rush about. Maybe in the following quarter, the Council will meet on their case”.