Expelled FUNAAB Student Alleges Threat To Life By the School’ Vice Chancellor

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At exactly 1:00 am on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, some hired assassins came to my apartment around Apakila Camp with cutlasses and guns. They tore the net of my room and afterwards moved to the last room in my compound, tore the net and started searching for me.

“When they could not find me, they left but not without warning that they were going to deal with me for fighting the VC.

“Earlier, I had received a lot of calls from private numbers telling me that they would kill me for challenging my unlawful and illegal expulsion from the university and ridiculing the Vice Chancellor.

“Prof Salako is close to those in power, whereas I am an ordinary citizen.

“I am crying out publicly so that at least the world will know where my death came from and I will not join the long list of unsolved murders. My killer should at least be known.”

Ifemosu Michael Adewale

 

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