"In 1995 while I was Dean, about two to three pharmacy students went to the Students' Union to say that there was mass failure in pharmacy, which was false. You can only talk about failure after resit exams. But they gave the impression that there was a mass failure. Meanwhile, before then, I'd already had a clash with Tony Fash, the president of the union at the time. Our clash, as it were, was due to the woeful security situation on campus at the time. In fact, someone was murdered that year. And in a bid to tighten the security on campus, we made certain decisions and one such move was to ban motorcycles from entering the staff quarters. One night, Tony Fash and his people went to the VC's lodge to terrorise him. They told him to revert the decision. The following morning, the VC summoned all the Deans, Registrar, Librarian, and others, to a meeting on the matter. And Tony Fash came to address the council. He was spewing all sort of rubbish. He called himself the 'President of Ife' and that the congress had taken a decison that they will not accept the ban on bikes. Two Deans replied him but their response was petty. By this time I was boiling mad. I looked at him and said, 'Who is this punk? Who the hell do you think you are? If you're going to be rude to the VC and others here, make sure I'm not part of them. I don't even want to be in the same room with this thing.' I said and left. After that, their case fell apart. They called a congress and said they'd deal with me. That was my issue with Tony Fash. So when he heard about the pharmacy results issue, he set out for revenge."