UNILORIN Student who Beat his Supervisor to Coma Reveals Why he Dealt with Her

The University of Ilorin student, Waliyullah Salaudeen, popularly known as ‘Captain Walz’, who attacked and battered his female lecturer has opened up on why he reacted vi0lently to her.

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Viral footage that graced social media showed how the 400 level student was apprehended by the school security personnel after he beat up the lecturer identified as Mrs Zakariyau, on Thursday, November 11, 2021 in the school premises.


According to Daily Trust, Waliyullah Salaudeen of the department of microbiology said he was in detention for two months before the uglly incident of that fateful Thursday.


Narrating the reason behind his detention, the student said he had visited Allen Avenue in Ikeja, Lagos State to see a friend for the first time and felt the urge to urinate while waiting for the person.


Walz claimed that while urinating near a car packed by a gutter, he was accused of being a th!ef and was heavily descended on by a mob.


“I urinated near a car parked by drainage and was challenged by one of the workers there”.

“I was then accused of being a thi€f and was not allowed to explain myself before a mob descended”.

“I was severely beaten and handed over to the police which led to my detention for two months,” he had said.


Upon his release, Walz said he had visited the female lecturer’s office to help him wave his mandatory SIWES scheme. He said the lecturer said there was nothing to be done and ordered him out of her office.


“…She said there was no help to offer, except I joined the next set which would result in an extra year. On the fateful Thursday when I entered her office, she ordered me out…” he added


Walz said he got angry and was arguing with her when she threw a mug at him which he claimed got him injured. This Walz said infuriated him and thus, descended on the lecturer.

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