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Wednesday 5 October 2016

Oh No! Serious Tension as Armed Men Shoot Ex-Vice Chancellor of University of Ibadan

Prof. Femi Bamiro
An ex Vice Chancellor of the University of Ibadan has been put in a traumatized condition after after armed men attacked him. Prof. Femi Bamiro, a former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ibadan, has been shot.
The man was shot on Tuesday night in Ibadan by unknown gunmen.
According to The Punch, although details about the incident are still sketchy, but it was gathered that Bamiro was attacked around his house and shot in the leg.
He was rushed to the University College Hospital, Ibadan, where he is said to be responding to treatment.
Bamiro was the 10th vice-chancellor of UI and a predecessor to the immediate past VC, Isaac Adewole, who is now the Minister of Health.
The Punch reports that the school’s Director of Communication, Olatunji Oladejo, confirmed the incident, adding that the institution’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, Prof. Gbemisola Oke, and the Registrar, Olujinmi Olukoya, had visited him at the UCH.
He said, “I can confirm to you that our former vice-chancellor, Prof. Gbemiro, was shot on Tuesday night. There is no detail of the shooting for now.

“The school’s DVC, Academic and Registrar have visited him at UCH on behalf of the school.

“What I can say further is that we are thankful to God that he is responding to treatment. We are in touch with the hospital management whom we trust to offer the best treatment to the former VC.”

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