In Kaduna: ABU fires 16 workers for sexual harassment, others

Authorities of the Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, Kaduna State, on Thursday fired 15 lecturers for offences bordering on sexual harassment, negligence of duty and corruption.

It was gathered that the lecturers were from different departments and faculties in the institution.

A source said, “It is true that the Ahmadu Bello University management sacked some lecturers.”

When contacted, the Director of ABU’s Public Affairs, Dr Sama’ila Shehu, confirmed the dismissal.

Shehu added, “Not all of them are lecturers but they are ABU staff members. A total of 16 workers were affected. The offences range from mishandling of records, scripts to sexual harassment and assault.”

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