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JAPA: School Owner Relocates From Nigeria Using WAEC, NECO Fees Of Students

By Gideon Ayeni



A shocking incident has been reported in Ibadan, where a school owner, Sunday Adeyemo allegedly collected WAEC and NECO exam fees from students and then traveled out of the country, leaving the students’ academic future in limbo.

According to Adejoke Lasisi, founder and CEO of Planet 3R, the school owner collected the exam fees from students, including some who had borrowed money from relatives to pay, only to discover that they had not been registered for the exams. The owner then sold his house and all his properties to fund his relocation abroad, leaving the students and their parents in distress.

Adejoke expressed outrage and disbelief at the incident, stating, “Some people don’t fear God at all oooooo. Imagine collecting WAEC/NECO money from all of your students and using it to JAPA (travel abroad).”

The incident has sparked widespread condemnation, with many calling for accountability and justice for the affected students after the school owner collected the WAEC and NECO fees of his students and fled abroad.

Read some netizens reactions below;

@Ojo Peter: This is an old man, so why japa with students money for JAMB &NECCO.How about his children??

@Uchanna Ukpai: How can people be this heartless???????

@Warren Science : At his age, wetin he day go find for abroad

@Lukman Holuwatimilehin: Adejoke Lasisiyou don’t give the full details ,did you know he have one church but when he want to do this bad work he leave that church (normally ,the church land was lease before but based on the bad mind he has of doing this thing he didn’t proceed in paying the land money again )even of of his formal staff told him what he is doing is not good b4 he japa ,he sack that man and when it’s a A month to japa he pack all his load and keep it to that his former staff house but he didn’t tell that one he is traveling out but when he come for the packing out of his bag at that former staff house ,that ex staff asked where is he going and he told he is traveling out today ,to hear all the story in full

@Oyetunji Ojo: Very true story… Ma’am Adejoke Lasisi one of your friends (right here with me) is corroborating the story of this man. Eternal GiftObviously, there’s a huge battle in the man’s life.

The students’ academic future hangs in the balance, with some potentially unable to pay for another exam next year.
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