I Wanted To Say ‘My Pupsy and God’ Helped Me, Imo Poly Student Says As She Apologises

The graduating student of the Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri, Imo State, who went viral on social media yesterday for saying that she graduated with the help of God and her private parts, has apologised to the institution.

Ogechi Okoroafor, in a letter to the institution, said she wanted to say her father and God helped her to graduate from the Polytechnic.

The letter, which was written by her lawyer, Ikechukwu Nwaopara, on her behalf said that her client’s comment was a slip of tongue.

The statement read, “We are solicitors to OKEREAFOR OGECHI SHARON, our Client under our Pro Bono (Free Legal Services) on whose behalf we write this memo to you.

“We are aware that she will be facing the school disciplinary panel this morning and we wish to use this medium to express our confidence that the panel will carry out their duties in compliance with the principles of fair hearing, good conscience and natural justice devoid of harassment, intimidation and threats.

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“We have met and discussed with our Client and evidence before us shows that she has no intention to defame the character, standard and integrity of the institution. In her words, what happened in the said viral video was a slip of tongue as a result of her uncontrollable ecstasy over her graduation. Her intended words were ‘God and Pupsy’ (Not P*ssy) in appreciation of the almighty God and  her Dad. It is clear, therefore, that she had no intention whatsoever to use such a ‘foul word’ in the said viral video to cajole or blackmail the institution as no lecturer or name of the institution was mentioned or referred to in the said viral video.

“Our lawyers are already on the ground at the institution now to follow up the proceedings at the panel against any form of intimidation or harassment. The integrity and standard of the said institution is not in doubt especially since my senior brother, Rev Dr Arimanwa, took over as the Rector.”

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