OOU to investigate allegations of withheld results

The Management of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ijebu Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, has said it is investigating the allegations that the school is withholding the results of ex-students who graduated in 2006.

The varsity’s Registrar, Femi Ogunwomoju, in a statement made available to The PUNCH, said, “In line with the university rules and regulations, students’ examinations results are considered, approved, and released by the university Senate on a departmental basis and not individually or serially.

“The management is not unaware of a few isolated cases of some individuals claiming to have graduated and their results not released by the university. Such cases are being investigated and individuals involved will be communicated on the outcome of the investigation.”

In the report, one of the ex-students, Babatunde Kotun, said, “I completed my programme at Olabisi Onabajo University in 2007. My result is yet to be processed for collection since 2007 till date. The school could not find my exam scores to process my result.

“I sat the examination again in the year 2015. When I was done writing the examination, they promised to process the result. The school has been on the issue since 2015. I have been on the campus back and forth, and they kept saying they are on it.”


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