Lagos State University, LASU Dismisses 3 Academic Staff Over Sexual Misconduct

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Lagos State University (LASU) has approved the dismissal of three (3) academic staff over Sexual Harassment and Misconduct.

LASU Dismisses Academic Staff Over Sexual Misconduct

The Lagos State University Governing Council at its 119th Statutory Meeting held on Thursday, 4th October, 2018, approved the Dismissal of three (3) Academic Staff of the University for various offences, bothering on Sexual Harassment and Misconduct, as recommended by the Joint Council/Senate (Academic) Disciplinary Committee.

Those dismissed are: Dr. Odubunmi, Ayoola Sunkanmi, Associate Professor, Department of Economics; Dr. Ogunwande Isiaka Ajani, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Dr. Gbeleyi Emmanuel Orilade, Lecturer II, Department of Anatomy, Lagos State University College of Medicine (LASUCOM), Ikeja, Lagos.

The Council also approved the promotion of Forty-Nine (49) Academic Staff and Two Hundred (200) Non-Academic Staff into various positions.
In a similar development, Twenty-Nine (29) Non-Academic Staff of the University have benefited from an Internal Recruitment Exercise recently conducted by the University. They include Eighteen (18) Administrative Officers II, Three (3) Technologists II, Four (4) System Analysts, Two (2) Academic Planning Officers II and Two (2) Industrial Liaison Officers.

The current Lagos State University Authority by this development has further demonstrated its zero-tolerance for sexual harassment and general indiscipline and the drive to continually promote the welfare of both deserving staff and students of the institution.

 


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  1. Afadu Berefaghe says:

    The adminstration of University has done a great job

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