(PHOTOS) 400-level Biochemistry Student leaves sacrifice in front of a staff’s office in Michael Okpara University, Abia State (MOUAU) over delay in resolving students' result issues KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, July 30, 2021

(PHOTOS) 400-level Biochemistry Student leaves sacrifice in front of a staff’s office in Michael Okpara University, Abia State (MOUAU) over delay in resolving students' result issues

A yet-to-be identified Nigerian student and 400-level student of Biochemistry at Michael Okpara University, Abia State, has left a sacrifice and note, informing the staff over delay in resolving students' last semester's results. (Read More Here).

According to the note dropped by the finalist, stated that almost 400-level students of MOUAU studying Biochemistry have issues with their results. The note further stated that the lecturers at the department of Biochemistry aren't serious in trying to resolve the result issues. 

The writer stated that the school cannot frustrate the finalists, rather, they (the lecturers) will all die untimely. The writer ended the note as he/she mentioned the staff whose lives are in danger, and they are include: The HOD, the course adviser, etc. 

The letter reads:

"Resolve our result issue or you people face what comes out of it. Almost all 400 level student of Biochemistry has result issue and there is no seriousness about it. This department cannot frustrate us, rather we send some to early grave. You're toiling with our time and future. 
Staff in Danger:
1. HOD Biochemistry (not always around to look into issues in the department). 
2. Mrs Obioma (course adviser). 
3. Mrs Doris."

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