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Unilorin Student Beats Female Lecturer to Coma for Not Accepting His Request

Unilorin Student Beats Female Lecturer to Coma for Not Accepting His Request

In what will continue to amaze Nigerians, a 400-level student of the Department of Microbiology, University of Ilorin has beaten a lecturer to stupor.

The student, simply identified as Captain Walz, reportedly didn’t observe the compulsory Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) and sought the lecturer’s help.

The victim, identified as Mrs Zakaria is said to be the student’s project supervisor, Daily Trust reports.

The incident, it was gathered, happened on Thursday.

According to findings, the student had gone to the woman’s office to seek her help over his failure to do his SIWES.

But following the lecturer’s refuser, Walz reportedly became furious and assaulted Mrs Zakariya inflicting severe injuries on her.

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She was subsequently rushed to the hospital for treatment.

Buhari: Nigerians competitive abroad because they get good education at home
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has sparked reactions following his statement that the competitive nature of Nigerians at home and abroad is due to the good quality of education the country provides them with.

Buhari reportedly disclosed this during a meeting with Shakhboot Al Nahyan, minister of foreign affairs in the United Arab Emirates, on the sidelines of the Paris Peace Forum.

Abiodun Kareem Raji.

“Abeg who’s talking? You are proud of them because they got educated before your tenure and tear race to further in another country. Wait and be proud of those that will come up in the couple of years who benefited from the insecurity you provide. Wait for your time.”
Christian Chika Ezegolo

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“What good education if I may ask? Is it with the dilapidated educational infrastructure and facilities, or outdated curriculum, or perennial incessant strikes, or poor remuneration of educational workers both teaching and nonteaching staff, or the obsolete scientific laboratories that dotted our schools and nonexistent linguistic labs…?

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