TASUED Deputy Vice-Chancellor keeps mum over experience in abductors den


The Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Tai Solarin University of Education, Olukoga Olusanya, who was just recently freed from the captive of
kidnappers, refused to talk to journalists who asked him about his experience with his abductors.

The University Don represented the Vice-Chancellor at the official flag off ceremony and three-day Orientation Workshop for 2014 Teacher
Professional Development Programme organised by the Ogun State Universal Basic Education Board, held in Abeokuta, the Ogun State
Capital, where he was approached for an interview.

“I don’t want to talk on it, it’s a forgone issue, it is a closed case, and I am not here for that,” the deputy vice-chancellor declared

Mr. Olusanya ran to his car when journalists pressed him for information.

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