Report reaching liveschoolnews desk has it that, the Academic Staff Union of Universities on Friday lash out Prof. Isaiah Ibeh of the University of Benin of his non-conformity in his self acclaimed cure for HIV/AIDS.

Speaking to liveschoolnews reporter, ASSU president, Dr. Nasir Fagge said: He, prof. Isaiah Ibeh self acclaimed cure for HIV/AIDS was blown out of porpotion, that it should have be done in an oblique reference.

It would be recalled that on the 8th of January, 2013 Prof. Isaiah Ibeh, the Dean of the School of Basic Medical Science of the University, said in Benin that the herbal drug has undergone “series of successful tests”.

“We are at the threshold of making history, in the sense that we seem to have with us something that will permanently take care of what over timeseems to have defied all solutions.

“We are talking about the latest discovery of an oral drug made from plants extraction in Nigeria for the possible cure of the pandemic, HIV and AIDS virus,” he said.

Further speaking, ASUU President, Dr. Nasir Fagge, explained that the university system was structured in a way that discoveries pass through a rigorous process before they are conferred with the patent of the university in question.

Speaking to liveschoolnews reporter, Fagge said, “The university has a research committee and an academic development committee. When a discovery is made, it passes through these committees to the university senate; where after a rigorous process of verification, the university can decide whether or not to confer its patent on it.

“However, an individual has the prime right to his discovery. It does not mean that he or she cannot explore other ways to patent the discovery.

“The important thing is that the university has a procedure and if a lecturer makes a discovery, he is expected to follow this procedure.

Further speaking, Fagge said, “since the self acclaimed cure for HIV/AIDS by prof. isaiah Ibeh did not follow due process, it can not be perfidious.


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