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Course Rep, Assistant Runaway With N6.4m Textbook Money at Ignatius Ajuru University

Course Rep, Assistant Runaway With N6.4m Textbook Money at Ignatius Ajuru University

Henry Boma Ekine, a course representative from Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (IAUE), and his assistant, Princess Boniface have been accused of running away with N6.4 million in textbook funds.

The news quickly spread across various social media platforms.

Viral snapshots of Ekine and Boniface have caused a significant stir.

While there was no official confirmation, rumors suggested that IAUE had initiated a manhunt to locate them.

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Further investigation into the matter revealed that a Facebook user named Iwor Romgbo has shed light on the incident.

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Course Rep, Assistant Runaway With N6.4m Textbook Money at Ignatius Ajuru University
Henry Boma Ekine, A Course Representative From Ignatius Ajuru University Of Education (Iaue), And His Assistant, Princess Boniface Accused Of Running Away With N6.4M Worth Of Textbook Money

According to Iwor, the university has declared both the course representative and his assistant as “wanted” due to their alleged disappearance of a substantial amount of money.

Iwor explained that the funds in question were contributed by over 150 graduate students, specifically intended to cover the cost of four distinct textbooks.

The Dean of the faculty stated in a petition that the paid textbooks, included financial accounting, corporate finance, tax and tax management, as well as management accounting.

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