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Friday, April 12, 2019

UNIPORT Ignores Court Order And Demands That Graduated Students Return To Repeat Final Year + One Alleges Commits Suicide.

The University Of Port Harcourt has refused to let its 2016 set of graduates go...It is a sad story.....Please read and help spread this to anyone who can mediate ad broke a settlement.............#sad







According to the story,University of Port Harcourt Students ranging to over 1227 who graduated in 2016, had their names approved in the in the graduating list, published in the convocation brochure, done and finished clearance, and most of who have been issued certificates and has their names mobilize for NYSC in 2016 were asked to come back and repeat their final year because “ They PAID their school fees for that section LATE”. 



According to the affected Students...

''The school management set that impromptu policy which led to the protest and death of a final year student by name Peter Ofurum on April 11th 2016. The school was shut down for that incident for over 3 months.


The fate of the students hung in thin air as the university’s directives that they should repeat class has kept them stagnant and confused. All attempts and several appeals to the university management to reverse that policy and let them go was proved abortive as the university gave no positive response but rather kept their fates hanging for over a year.


The students resorted to approach the judiciary which they recognize as the hope of the common man.


Luckily for us, we got in contact with our lawyers who had pity and took up the legal action without charging a dime. After all court proceedings within few months, Judgment was given and delivered in our Favour( attached is a copy of the judgment given by the Judge in the federal high court ).


The judgement contained that the university should mobilize us for NYSC, writhing 14 days, refund us our monies which include another 45k we were asked to pay to validate the one they termed as been paid late and also publish apologies in 2 national dailies.


Out of respect for our alma matter we wrote to the university, through our lawyers suggesting a waiver for the refund of monies which amounts to over 65 million naira and also the apologies, For our certificates to be issued for those who haven’t been issued and also for all to be mobilized for NYSC.


The management of the school through their lawyers agreed to negocaite with us to that effect but since nov. 21, 2018 when the judgment was given till now, the university and its lawyers has kept on posting the process as a deliberate attempt to further aggravate things by delaying us more. We were even more shocked that the university has gone ahead to appeal the case at the appeal.


It’s now 3 years since we graduated and our fate still hanging yet to be decided at the appeal.

We wish to bring again to notice of the general public, the gross violation of the rule of law, administrative rascality and adjunct mis-conduct been perpetrated by the megalomaniac management of the university led by the vice chancellor.

Attached is the judgment and judgment orders and other relevant docs to verify our claims...The names of the plaintiffs withheld for security reasons''.














56 comments:

  1. Chai. This is pure wickedness.

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    1. Uniport is a very lawless n wicked institution no single sympathy for their students at all..to he'll with lale.

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  3. you write like a primary school graduate. what dou mean by "negociate" My friend, go back and do two more years before you can come back here to "negotiate".

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    1. All humans make mistakes.

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    2. U must indeed be a millipede to say such rubbish. There's a pressing matter at hand & as dumb as you r, u're more interested in grammar. FOOL!!!
      You're part of the problems in this nation... Goat!

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    3. U are very funny Mr MillyPee,with that plenty write up it's only the grammatical error u can talk about.SMH

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  4. Education system in Nigeria is like studying in hell fire and the devil is your lecturer.....tuehhhh

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  5. May God help his children. Nigerians always feeling like demi gods

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  6. Black man change from your wicked and treacherous ways. Change God's sake. Stop the black in black hate. Change for good black man. Change and emancipate yourself.

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  7. You guys do what politician will do in this case. Good luck

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  8. if they had sat for that extra 1 yr in 2017 they wont have been wasting their time...common sense

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    1. Ugonna, seriously? Is that how you see this story. Well, if that's how you see it that's fine.

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    2. Extra year for paying school fees late. Does that sound well in your ears?

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    3. You obviously lack that common sense. The school is trying to rob them blind and pocket millions of naira that will be spent by the heads and trample their rights and efforts in the mud and you are advocating they roll over and accept it?
      You call it time wasting? I call fighting for ones right and due, wicked men who deny one ones dues and setting things in order to prevent abuse of power on the students that are coming up.

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    4. U gonna you're part of the problems we have in this country .imagine how shallow your thinking is

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    5. Look at what you are saying?? A prospective graduate for that matter!!! Smh for you.

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    6. SMH at your statement. To think you are even studying law... SMH

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    7. compare 45k and 3 wasted years and tell me which is better...everybody knows the nigeria educational and judicial system dy all do what dy want ...d time nd money u waste in court would av been used in clearing it...the shit has happened instead of lamenting the question should be WHAT NEXT and the answer is glaring

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    8. in my. school we pay extra 10k to 15k for late payment untop 125k and you wont sit for exams if dont pay it...will you fight ths school No because This is Nigeria

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    9. Let me bring this to notice Mr Igbo man.. Many students that went back to repeat still failed the courses, & the school told them that have failed out..

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    10. Thanks Stella for posting it. God bless you. 3 years of stagnation is not funny, we have suffered enough

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  9. Pure wickedness,do they want them to spend all their youth in that school.

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  10. Hmmm!Nigerian universities and suffering students are like 5&6,even when there's nothing to stress u with,they must find one,I wish something will be done abt it and these students face anoda phase of their lives to move on,mbok.

    Zinny

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  11. Wickedness at its peak! Why would you hold the poor students ransom. If they had money, would they not have paid? This country sha!!!!!

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  12. If men were God........πŸ˜±πŸ˜ˆπŸ‘ΉπŸ‘ΊπŸ’€πŸ‘»πŸ‘½πŸ‘ΎπŸ‘Ώ

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    1. We for no even Dey survive
      I wonder what the school gains from all these.... At least they paid,late or not

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  13. Uniport can frustrate students ehn...very stressful school!!!!

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  14. Tyrants everywhere

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  15. Uniport is a very institution!

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  16. Uniport and Uniosun are end time schools. The affected students should take to the streets to protest. A child born in 2016 should be 3years.Administrative rascality is the main problem we are facing in Nigerian universities.

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    1. God bless you for including useless Uniosun,I won’t say I regret going to that skl

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  17. very wicked. i hope the school is brought to accept the law

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  18. I know some would have gone back since then and did the final year again! No be Nigerians.

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    1. Majority of them failed the courses they rewrote..& the school told them they have failed out..

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  19. i think this is the new trend in the Nigeria school system, Lagos state polytechnic, surulere annex refused to release the result of the graduating student of 2017/2018 set since last year February, it is well with Nigeria

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  20. Dey shld release their result na,I can imagine d trauma dey are going thru,wt is d govt doin abt their matter sef.

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  21. Glorified secondary school.

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  22. this does not give a full picture of this situation. how does paying fee late means they must repeat a class? did they join the school session late? how late after session started? if they paid late and fulfilled all the necessary course work why are they asked to repeat? this letter doesn't say much

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    1. It's true just like that uniport decided her students fate ...it doesn't make sense.. If ure only in Uniport or get closer to uniport u will understand ,The vc closes portal after few weeks of the resumption of every section.. So if u didn't meet up withing those few weeks ur studentship is invalid.. Is so incredible it has shattered many students

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  23. My unique uniport that year. University of Port-Harcourt is not a glorified secondary school.

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  24. Is this a joke? Is it even legal? What's the role of the NUC, if they can't sanction UNIPORT. Nigeria be making life unbearable for it's people, all the damn time.

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  25. Nigeria. The hen that feeds on its own chicks. This will never happen in a sane country.

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  26. MSc students of that school G2014 also had a similar problem, many did not graduate...black man why?

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  27. Thank God i left that school and now schooling abroad and a good job by the side,at the end their certificate is not accepted abroad,i thank God for life,i remember when some people laughed at me,they didn't know my situation then.

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    1. Which Uniportcertificate is not accepted abroad.You did not finish there so how can you talk of want you don’t have.Uniport is one school that you can owe from year 1 to your last year they would only disturb you when you finish.

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    2. Not now any more, you seems not to be informed

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  28. O boi,this is serious oo 🀐🀐🀐

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  29. We need govt intervention in this mess of three yes holding someone future very barbaric

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