UNIBEN debunked report of a student who wore “aggressive malpractice brought me this far” was ordered to rewrite her exam from 200L

The management of the University of Benin has denied the reports going on online that a recent graduate who wore “aggressive malpractice brought me this far” t-shirt on her sign-out ritual has been asked to rewrite her exams from 200 level.

Two weeks ago, a young lady identified as Peace Ufuoma, final year student of the University went viral on social media die to a T-shirt she wore where she boldly written that “aggressive malpractice brought me this far”

The shirt create a lot of controversy and eventually caught the attention of UNIBEN authority and the school hereby set up a panel on July 13 to investigate Ufuoma for alleged malpractice.

The committee which was given one week to submit its report to the Microbiology Head of Department haven’t conclude yet while Reports began circulating online today, July 21, that the committee has concluded that Ufuoma rewrites all her exams from 200 level.

However, the spokesperson for the University of Benin, Benedicta Adeola Ehanire, has said there is no report yet from the panel set up to investigate Peace Ufuoma, who is under probe for alleged exam malpractice.

She said

“The current report online is fake. The University is following due process; panels have been set up to investigate her claims and the panels are yet to submit their report to the management who will consider the report.

“It is not something as straightforward as people are portraying it to be. The University is following due process.”

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