Nigerian Writer Onyeka Nwelue Apologizes to Oxford University for Breach of Visitor’s Agreement
Onyeka Nwelue, a Nigerian writer, filmmaker, literary activist, and publisher, has issued an apology to the University of Oxford for unintentionally creating a wrong impression and breaching his visitor’s agreement.
He recently lost his academic visitorship at both the University of Oxford’s African Studies Centre and Cambridge University.
Nwelue has apologized for being perceived as racist, classist, misogynistic, and sexist and expresses regret for tarnishing the reputations of both prestigious institutions.
He has taken full responsibility for the events and situations associated with their reputations and thanks them for the opportunities they presented.
Nwelue acknowledges the impact his conduct has had on colleagues and initiatives he was involved in and is taking time to reflect and hopes to be forgiven in the future.