After Visiting Mummy GO’s Church, UNILAG Reinstates Femi Adeyeye Who Was Suspended 5 Years Ago

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The University of Lagos (UNILAG) reinstated human rights activist, Femi Adeyeye, after he was suspended for 5 hours, 24 hours after he went to Mummy GO’s Church. 

He revealed this news on Facebook last night.

He was suspended in the year 2017 after he was among youths who participated in a peaceful protest and wrote articles critical of the school management.

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After he was suspended, Femi Adeyeye still kept up with his human rights activism in and outside Nigeria.

He is the spokesperson of a political party called the African Action Congress (AAC), which fielded activist publisher Omoyele Sowore in the 2019 presidential election.

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Yesterday, the human rights activist revealed that UNILAG had reinstated his student status. He is currently in his final year at the Department of Building.

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This good news came after he visited the church of Controversial preacher, Evangelist Olufunmilayo Adebayo, also known as Mummy GO, the Rapture Proclaimers Evangelical Church (RAPEC), on Sunday.

But it is not clear if his visit was the reason His scholarship was restored, but he stated that he visited the church to view the female preacher.

After the visit, He criticised the evangelist for lying, denying some of the teachings she had said in the past.

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