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Kidnapped DELSU lecturer, colleague’s son regain freedom

The lecturer at the Delta State University, Abraka, Dr Boniface Anyanwu, who was abducted from his residence in Obiaruku last Saturday by unknown gunmen with a son of his colleague, Prof. Austin Nwachukwu, have been rescued from the kidnappers’ den.

Gunmen kidnap DELSU lecturer, professor’s son in Delta

Gunmen have reportedly abducted a senior lecturer of the Delta State University, Abraka, Dr Boniface Anyanwu, and a son of his colleague.

Delta varsity teachers opt out of ASUU strike

The Delta State University (DELSU) branch of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has declared it won’t honour the nationwide strike ASUU called on Monday.

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