Teryima Andrew, Jos
Mrs Benedicta Daudu, an associate professor of law and former head of the Department of Jurisprudence and International Law of the Faculty of Law in University of Jos who was allegedly caught cheating while writing an examination on May 4 2016 has taken the University Management to court.
The University had suspended her after She was allegedly caught copying from a prepared answer during an examination for a Master’s degree in Research and Public Policy in the Faculty of Social Sciences of the same university.
Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Sebastian Maimako told Journalists that the staff took the institution to court, to stop investigation on her person by the university.
“The staff who was allegedly caught in an exam malpractice in a postgraduate studies 2016 has obtained a court injunction to stop the investigations on her.”
Prof. Maimako stressed that the university had suspended the affected staff, both as a staff and student, to ensure that full investigation is carried out on her.
“The university had set up a committee to investigate the allegations against her; for smooth investigations to be carried out, the university management suspended her as a staff and student.” Maimako revealed.