The authorities of Abia State College, ABSU, have dismissed the lecturer who was concerned in s*x-for–grade and one other who was concerned in admission racketeering.
Dr. Michael I. Ukaegbu, a senior lecturer on the college from the Division of Mass Communication, was sacked over his involvement in sex-for-grades.
Dr. Ukaegbu allegedly dedicated the crime throughout his tenure because the appearing head of the Mass Communication Division.
Mr. Leonard Chukwuma, one other workers on the college, was additionally sacked for fraud and involvement in admission racketeering.
Their sack was authorized by the College’s Council at its 148th common and resumed conferences held on Thursday, sixteenth and Monday, twentieth December 2021.
The Council in a communique, signed by the Registrar/Secretary to Council, Dr Acho Elendu, stated “Council-in-Session ratified the dismissal of Dr Michael I. Ukaegbu, former Ag. Head, Division of Mass Communication for involvement in sex-for-grade and Mr Leonard Chukwuma for fraud and admission racketeering”.
The Council resolved that henceforth the College would sanction workers who fail to return to the College and fulfil different obligations of their contractual settlement on completion of their TETFund sponsored educational improvement programmes