Saturday, June 06, 2015

Fear in Oko poly,Anambra as 'dead students' write semester exam

Students and staff of the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, Anambra State, are currently living in fear over the recent award of grades to some dead students after a recent semester examination.
A rights group, International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law, which raised the alarm in a petition entitled:
“Complaints Against Wrongful Allocation of Results to Deceased Students’: A call for Investigation and Redress, alleged that one of the deceased students awarded marks in exams was Late Ezeh Uchenna with registration number FPO/SLT/ND/R1/012/038.
Giving insight into the strange development, the group in the petition, signed by the Chairman of the group’s Board of Trustees, Mr. Emeka Umeagbalasi, disclosed that “The said Uchenna was given upper credit (3.05) and awarded top grades in a number of top courses.
The students who wrote the petition have been crying over alleged threats to their lives with some of them being tagged cultists by the school authorities 
*sigh*, we all know how anything goes in Naija 

5 comments :

  1. What??? Are you kidding me Rella? Anyway, like you rightly said, anything is possible in Naija
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  2. Maybe someone wanted to buy the result but not on. A Dead soul

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  3. SMH, BUT CAN A HUMAN ACTUALLY HAVE THE HEART TO USE THE CERTIFICATE IF IT WERE TO BE GIVEN TO HIM.

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  4. Is this for real? Naija I hail thee.

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