Salaudeen Waliu, also known as Captain Walz, is a final year student of the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Ilorin.
He claimed to have gone to the female lecturer’s office and begged her to help wave the required SIWES course he had missed due to unforeseen circumstances.
He also claimed to have seen Mrs. Zakariyu many times, but before attacking the lecturer last Thursday.
Salaudeen Waliu claimed in a conversation with university campus reporter UCJ-Ilorin that “months before the last Thursday incident, he was arrested and locked up for two months, thereby warranting his inability to attend SIWES duties.”
He said that for the first time he went to Allen Avenue in Ikeja, Lagos State to meet a friend, he “felt the urge to urinate”
while waiting for this friend, Salaudeen said that when he was challenged by someone who must have washed the car, he urinated near a car parked by the sewer.
He said that he was accused of being a thief, he was not allowed to explain himself before the mob attacked him, and he was subjected to jungle justice and handed him over to the police, which resulted in him being detained for two months.
The final-year student said that after the Lagos incident, he approached Mrs. Zakariyau and explained his experience to her, but the lecturer said there was no help unless he joined the next group, which would result in an extra year.
He said that when he entered the lecturer’s office on a Thursday, she ordered him to leave the office.
” I got angry, I don’t know what came over me, I started arguing and she told me to leave her office, I told her if I don’t leave, what is she going to do?
“She then threw a mug at me which injured me and I started beating her,” he added.
Salaudeen said the female lecturer did not fight back, so he went on to beat her and later dragged her out of her office to continue the beating.
” I dragged her out and she ran. I chased and kept beating her before people came. I tried to run but was later caught by the school security,” he stated in the security cell of the institution where he was locked up since he was returned from ‘F’ Divisional Police station, Tanke in Ilorin, the Kwara state capital.
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