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Wow such wickedness! ex student confesses that Sacked LASU lecturer delayed our results for 6 Years for not paying N50,000 bribe.

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Like a season movie that is yet to climax, the last seems not to have been heard of the sacking of 15 lecturers, two non-academic staff and the demotion of two others by the Governing Council of the Lagos State University, as more facts have continued to emerge about the issue.

One of the sacked lecturers, Dr. Isaac Oyewunmi, who was the branch chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) in LASU, said recently that the allegations against him were mere victimisation and that it was “shameful” that LASU relied on “ghost petition” to sack him.

He had said, “If you can even prove that I demanded some amount of money from those students, nothing more than that, and some people actually collected money, it is politics of activism and we are used to it. But it is actually shameful.

“When you have incidents of a ghost petition and then you use the evidence of a third party to rubbish the career of another – well, it’s interesting; we are enjoying it honestly.”

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Unbelievable! After 24 years together couple discover they are infact sibblings.

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Serious matter. A Pakistani couple united in an arranged marriage over 24 years ago recently learnt that they were in fact of the same parents.

The siblings, who were separated as children after the tragic death of their parents, were later adopted by different families until they later married each other.

It took about 24 years for them to realise the truth...

“We thought our marriage was normal, we thought we were cousins” explained Abdul Rahim, 47.

“Everybody in town knew we were brother and sister but no one had the courage to tell us until now,” said the sister turned wife, Aisha, in tears.

According to SMACK, anthropologist Juliane Edwards, who has studied the case of incestuous arranged marriages in Pakistan for decades is not surprised the least by the situation.

“It’s a cultural thing. When endogamous consanguineous marriages, or marriages between cousins, is socially acceptable, then marriage between siblings doesn’t seem as far-fetched,” she explained.

“I’ve repeate…