Applicant drags university to court over employment exam.

at 08:32 AM, 19/09/2014 (4 years ago)
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An applicant, Mr. Omoyibo Emmaunuel, has dragged the Federal‎ University of Petroleum Resource, Effurun, Delta state, before a Federal‎ High Court in Warri, seeking an order to compel‎ the institution to publish the results of applicants “who participated in the written examinations into various vacant positions,” advertised by the institution.In a motion/suit No: FHC/WR/CS/5/14, filed through his Counsel, K. C. Wisdom Esq; the applicant who said he was seeking the relief under the Freedom of Information Act 2011 and the Federal Character Act, said it was expedient that the university publishes the examination results, having published the vacant positions on some national newspapers on 21 May, 2013.

He lamented the “inconvenience, he and other applicants who from across Nigeria had to go through to participate in the examinations that held on 21 November 2013, adding that, “the institution has refused to release the examination results “despite repeated demands.”
He therefore urged the Court to make a declaration that the results be published and made available to him within seven days of the receipt of the Court process.
The applicant also sought for an order that the comprehensive list/interview panel records of current staff (including indigenous staff of Delta State) of the University between 1 January 2014 to date should be produced.
Besides, he prayed the Court to make an issue an order to the University to produce the criteria and comprehensive guidelines for determining eligibility for employment in the University, being a federal government-owned institution.



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