Son of former YABATECH Bursar sacked for exposing corruption cries for help

A former Bursar of the Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH), Mr. Olugbenga Ibirogba, who was sacked four years ago for reportedly exposing corruption at the institution is yet to be recalled despite winning the case in court. His son took to Twitter to lament the family’s condition as he revealed that his people have been suffering unbearable pain.

The son, who tweets using the handle @josh_cr7, also said on the social media platform that he has been out of school for almost three years now due to the financial situation. He also said that there have been many assassination attempts on his father’s life.


Ibirogba, was arraigned in court for leaking classified information on the college to media houses including Sahara News, Osun Defender, Premium Times and Global News Magazine in 2013.

His arraignment was on eight counts alongside Charles Akharayi for allegedly disclosing YABATECH’s classified information on February 6, 2013 as part of several threat letters, which they allegedly circulated against the person of the Rector of the college, Dr Margaret Ladipo.

The spokesman of YABATECH, Dr Charles Oni was not available to respond regarding the status of the ex-Busar.

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