The Lagos State University, Ojo, has withdrawn Prof Tajudeen Olumoko from his position as the Dean of Students Affairs.
This was following a report published on Monday after investigation was carried out to confirm the aforementioned suspect.
It was revealed in the story that they had been an underground conspiracy fostering certificate racketeering.
Furthermore, the story exposed that the Lagos State University certificates were original and sold between N2m to N3m to anyone who showed interest. This was sold but based on the complication and nature of the course.
Another online news platform confirms from a source in the university who attested to the removal of the aforementioned culprit on Tuesday. “Yes, it is true, Olumoko has been removed and Abatan has taken over as DSA. This happened yesterday, (Tuesday).”
Moreso, Oluwayemisi Thomas-Onashile who is the Current Coordinator, Centre for Information and Public Relations, LASU, when asked about the removal of Prof Olumoko, confirmed in his statement that “I can’t say if he has been removed or not. I am not yet in the office. So, I don’t know anything yet.”
Also, it was stated that the Lagos State House of Assembly on Tuesday, said it would invite the Commissioner for Tertiary Education, Mr. Tolani Akibu, the Vice-Chancellor of Lagos State University, Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, the Senate of the tertiary institution and other top staff over allegations of extortion and certificate racketeering levelled against the school recently.