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Prof. Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, the vice-chancellor of the University of Lagos, who was suspended on the 12 August 2020 over allegation of infractions and gross misconduct by the UNILAG's Governing Council headed by Babalakin, mag be reinstated today (Wednesday) 11 November 2020.
According to Punch news men, officials at UNILAG and the ministry of Education confirmed the development.
From the reports, the prove isn't really as they expects the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu to announce Prof. Ogundipe's reinstatement at a press conference today (Wednesday). Adding that the press conference would hold today in Abuja at 12pm.
Punch news said that when the spokesman for the ministry of education Ben Goong, was contacted, it was confirmed that the minister would be addressing the press on Ogundipe's suspension.
Please, we ask that you keep calm for more update would coming regarding the information as we await the Minister of Education address.
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