The registrar of the Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, Olatunbosun Odusanya, has been suspended by the institution’s Governing Council for alleged misconduct.
His suspension was contained in a statement issued in Ado-Ekiti by the Special Adviser on Media Matters to the Vice-Chancellor, Wole Balogun.
According to the statement, Mr Odusanya was suspended by the University Governing Council, chaired by Mohammed Yahuza, to allow proper investigation into allegations of misconduct levelled against him over irregularities in recent appointments.
The council said Mr Odusanya’s suspension was conveyed to him in a letter dated April 20, 2021, and signed by the Vice-Chancellor, Abayomi Fasina.
The letter, the council said, also copied all appropriate quarters of the University community.
The letter reads in part;
“You were recently queried via our memo Ref. No: FUOYE/VC/CD/007 dated 6th April, 2021, for act of misconduct in the appointments.
The Staff Disciplinary Committee which was constituted by the governing council has considered your written representation and found it unacceptable to exculpate you from the act of misconduct.
In line with the Regulations Governing the Conditions of Service of Senior Staff on CONTIS 06 and the above in the University , the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Council, on behalf of Council, has directed that your appointment be suspended from the University with half salary, with immediate effect, pending the determination of the case against you.