Tuesday, March 22

How a Student was Allegedly Failed by School Management for Exposing Korede Bello's Absence from Lectures

How a Student was Allegedly Failed by School Management for Exposing Korede Bello's Absence from Lectures

Korede Bello and Damilare Famuyiwa

A journalism student has been reportedly failed by the school's management for exposing singer, Korede Bello's absence from school activities.

It can be recalled that some fews ago, popular singer, Korede Bello, was accused by his lecturers at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) in Ogba, Lagos of missing his lectures, and  even threatened to resign if the Mavin records artiste took semester exams.

Bello later apologised during a meeting with the school’s management.

In an exclusive report by BlackBox Nigeria, a student of the Institute, Damilare Famuyiwa, has allegedly been failed in the school's recent examination for daring to leak a story incriminating the singer.

It was learnt that his offence was, attempting to report the absence from school of the singer and a possible missing out of the recently held examinations of the institute in accordance with the school’s 70% class attedance rule.

The student, Damilare who is also a blogger was reportedly marked down by the school's management over what it deemed an 'unfavourable report'.

The big shocker came when the school results were posted on March 11th and Damilare was being handed carry-overs (failed) in two courses while he also got low marks in others.

According to sources, the victim had earlier been threatened by the management to face a hard time in passing out of the school which was founded by former Lagos Governor, Alhaji Lateef Kayode Jakande.

While nobody is above failure, students say this is surprising because the alleged victimised student was one of the most brilliant in his class, while Korede Bello who rarely attended lectures or participated in the Continous Assessment passed all his courses glowingly.

It was gathered the victim is set to call for his scripts and challenge the results as allowed by regulations guiding the school.

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