Many months after adopting online classes, the University of Ibadan, Ibadan in Oyo State has asked its students to get set for resumption of physical lectures.
The varsity in a communique made available to newsmen on Wednesday (today), revealed that physical lectures will commence on Monday, June 7.
Naija News understands that the institution had earlier suspended all physical classes till further notice following the outbreak of the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic in the country in 2019. However, the statement issued on Wednesday quoted the institution saying that all arrangements have been put in place to resume physical classes for its students.
The statement titled “NOTICE OF PHYSICAL RESUMPTION FOR THE REST OF FIRST SEMESTER 2020/2021 ACADEMIC SESSION” and signed by its Registrar, Olubunmi Faluyi, added that physical lectures for the rest of the first semester of 2020/2021 will commence on Monday.
It added: “This is to inform students that the University will resume physical lectures and examinations for the rest of the First Semester of 2020/2021 Academic Session on Monday, 7 June 2021.
“Other details in relation to the physical resumption will be communicated in due course.”
Meanwhile, the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has sacked two lecturers caught soliciting sex from students in exchange for grades in a 2019 investigation by the BBC.
Naija News had reported how the two lecturers, Boniface Igbeneghu and Samuel Omoniyi Oladipo, were exposed in a documentary by the broadcast station.
The institution had earlier suspended Igbeneghu and Oladipo following the investigation. It thereafter set up a panel to look into the allegations brought against them.