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Delta Assembly reinstates lecturer
March 19, 2010 05:10AM
The Delta State House of Assembly, on Thursday, reinstated Sunday Ekwu-Ndidi, whose appointment was wrongfully terminated by the management of the Delta Polytechnic, Ozoro.

The decision of the House followed a report presented by the Chairman, House Committee on Public Petitions, Frank Enekorogho, in Asaba.

Mr. Ekwu-Ndidi had petitioned the House over the wrongful termination of his appointment.

He said he was accused of not moderating a course taught by him on January 21, 2008.

Mr. Enekorogha said in the course of the committee's investigation, it observed that Mr. Ekwu-Ndidi's appointment was terminated since March 2004 for not discharging his duties.

He said the committee also observed that Mr. Ekwu-Ndidi followed the established channel in delivering the results of students, not as otherwise claimed by the school authorities.

“We have exhaustively looked into the issues above and wish to recommend that the House should reinstate Ekwu-Ndidi with immediate effect,” he said. The resolution was unanimously adopted by the House.