See why 400-Level UNILORIN student beat his lecturer to coma.

Onyxnewsng gathered that Salaudeen Waliu, popularly known as Captain Walz, a 400-level student at the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN), who allegedly beat up a lecturer, Mrs. Zakariyyah, to stupor after an altercation on his academics, has spoken on what led to the unfortunate incident.

In an interview with University Campus Journalists, UCJ-Ilorin, Salaudeen Waliu claimed that “months before the last Thursday incident, he was arrested and locked up for two months, thereby warranting his inability to attend SIWES duties.
 
“He claimed to have gone to the office of the female lecturer to beg her to help wave the mandatory SIWES course which he missed due to unforeseen circumstances but was always met with negative responses.

According to him, he had gone to Lagos to meet a friend for the first time but was accused of being a thief and locked up by the police which led to his detention for two months.

The 400-level student noted that he went on to narrate his ugly Lagos incident to Mrs. Zakariyau, but she refused to give some him grace, saying he had no option but to join the next set which would result in an extra year.

He said on the fateful Thursday when he entered the lecturer’s office, she ordered him out of her office.

He added: ”I got angry, I don’t know what came over me, I started arguing and she told me to leave her office, I told her if I don’t leave, what is she going to do?
 
“She then threw a mug at me which injured me and I started beating her.”

Meanwhile, the authority of the University of Ilorin has expelled Salaudeen Waliu Aanuoluwa with the matriculation number 17/55EJ198 from the school after assaulting the lecturer.

The decision was reached after he was brought before the institution’s students’ disciplinary committee on Monday, 15thSee why 400-Level UNILORIN student beat his lecturer to coma. November 2021.

He was handed over to the police after the decision was made by the university authority.

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