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Saturday, 8 August 2015

Lecturer Faints In Bank As Government Pays Him N150 Instead Of N150,000



A tertiary institution lecturer in Osun State (name withheld), has on Wednesday reportedly collapsed inside a bank following a discrepancy in his salary.
Information gathered from a witness shows that, the lecturer fainted inside a bank located within the institution’s premises after discovering that his account had only been credited with N150 by the state government as 50 percent of his February salary instead of N150,000.
The lecturer, who is a post-graduate student at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, was said to have lamented, after being resuscitated by the bank’s officials, that the money paid by the government into his account could not even transport him to Akure, where he was billed to write an examination.
He was said to have added that he had some outstanding fees to pay at the university which he had proposed to pay with the expected salary.
The lecturer was however admitted into a private hospital in Osogbo where his blood pressure, which had increased as a result of the shocking discovery in his account, was being managed.
It would be recalled, since November 2014, lecturers of the four tertiary institutions in the state – Osun State College of Technology, Esa-Oke; Osun State Polytechnic, Iree and colleges of education in Ilesa and Ila-Oragun – have expressed concern over alleged discrepancies in the payment of their salaries.

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