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SAC Official Harasses YALDA Leader

09 Jun
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A few days ago, a SAC official was accused of harassing a female student and the conversation took to USIU-A’s Facebook group where many students engaged although the post was deleted shortly after, burying the news. It has been evident that no one is willing to disclose the name of the official who harassed the young girl from Yalda. Sources and witnesses (who choose to remain anonymous) say, on Thursday, 4th June at 5:40 pm, the Yalda club leader left the cafeteria, to go sac conference room where she intended to have a meeting with her club officials so as to organize the club upcoming conference. She had already booked the room for every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:00pm. When she was approached the door, she could hear someone shouting, so she decided to open the door and request to be allowed to use the room. On opening the door she saw Moses Oloishuro Kiyiapi, the current SAC chairperson, having an argument with a member of SAC. She told Moses Kiyiapi that they had a meeting in the conference room.

Moses Kiyiapi in rage and fury held the girl by the arms, pushed her and humiliated her. It did not stop at that; the SAC chairperson slammed the door on the face of the SAC member he had been in an argument with. The SAC official was following Mr. Kiyiapi prior to having the door slammed in his face.

Due to the public humiliation, the Yalda official entered the room where another club member approached her and made inquiries about the chairperson’s behavior and why he chose to behave in such a barbaric manner.

The USIU-A students who witnessed this incident or heard about it have refused to condone this behavior witnessed by our SAC chair. They say he not only needs to apologize for harassing the young girl but also step down.

Dear reader, what are your thoughts?

 

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  • Guest
    International Student - Tuesday, 09 June 2015

    I do not believe that he should apologize. I think he needs to be impeached in order to send a message to.the.public at large and the general public.

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  • USIwho
    USIwho - Tuesday, 09 June 2015

    Impeachment might be harsh but we believe justice will be served

  • Guest
    Ivan - Tuesday, 09 June 2015

    Not to offend in any way, but there are a lot of mistakes in this post and if you're going to post something for the whole USIU-A community to read, then it makes sense to correct all grammatical mistakes prior to publishing.

    Also, who was the other SAC official? I think we should get all three individuals' sides to the story before any of us jump to conclusions on what should be done. This whole post makes it seem like one specific individual (Mr. Kiyiapi) is being targeted.

    Anyway, I don't usually get involved in these things, I just felt like pointing a few things out as I do have a problem with poor grammar and hearsay. If we want to do things, lets do them right.

  • USIwho
    USIwho - Tuesday, 09 June 2015

    Kindly point out these grammatical errors

    We agree that the post seems like Mr. Kiyiapi is being targeted but the other SAC official chose to remain anonymous; he doesn't want "heat"

    Indeed, let's do it right.

  • Guest
    Ivan - Tuesday, 09 June 2015

    I do believe that after re-reading your post you would be able to notice your mistakes and correct them without help from anyone. I certainly do hope so.

    So did Mr. Kiyiapi choose to have his name disclosed? Let's just wait for the proper authorities to handle the matter. If Mr. Kiyiapi is found guilty then I hope he is capable of taking full responsibility for his actions and accepting the consequences. But lets not have the entire community attacking him and demanding certain actions be taken. All will be resolved in due time.

  • Guest
    Name is empty - Tuesday, 09 June 2015

    Need more info. Who are the witnesses?

  • USIwho
    USIwho - Tuesday, 09 June 2015

    They chose to remain anonymous. We cannot disclose their identities.

  • Guest
    Isaac - Wednesday, 10 June 2015

    Ivan, grammatical correctness is besides the point here! No need to be pedantic just express your opinion regarding the incidence!

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  • Guest
    Ivan - Wednesday, 10 June 2015

    I'm just offering friendly advice to the writer for future posts. What's wrong with that? I honestly just want to make sure that posts read on any platform linked to my Alma Mater are correct. Otherwise it looks bad to the outside world.

    As for the issue, I'm well aware of it's importance and I've expressed myself on the matter. I take the issue very seriously and want it handled in the right way. That is all.

  • Guest
    Mosses is ivan - Saturday, 13 June 2015

    mosses is ivan

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