Thursday, 21 March 2019

Stop lying on my head, I didn't Receive any money from NOUN as a lecturer - Obasanjo denies




Former President Olusegun Obasanjo  has  denied report he  earns N40,000 as a lecturer at the National Open University .

Obasanjo  said this in a statement   on Wednesday by his media aide Kehinde Akinyemi.

The statement   said, “In putting the records in right perspective, His Excellency wishes  to draw the attention of the Vice-Chancellor of NOUN to his letter dated April 12, 2018, which was written to the University Registrar, Mr Felix Edoka, when the Council offered him a part-time appointment as an Instructional/Tutorial Facilitator and Project Supervisor in the Faculty of Arts at the Abeokuta Study Centre.



“Specifically in paragraph three  of the letter, Obasanjo wrote, ‘I will gladly undertake any of the functions mentioned in paragraph two of your letter pro bono and I hope that the functions will be flexible enough to accommodate my rather tight schedule.’”

 He  insisted  he had not received any pay either as salary  or otherwise from the university. He added that he was not planning to receive any pay from the school for his services in the future.


 Obasanjo  said his pro bono intention  was  stated in his letter of  appointment  which read with  ‘pleasure and duty to give back to others out of what God and NOUN have given me”’.  (Metro)



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