Information reaching us reveals that the management of the University of Ilorin, (Unilorin) has expelled eight students for various acts of misconduct – This is a call for Jambites who are working hard to gain admission into their respective institution, if you are up-to-date with the news published here on www.nigeriaschool.com.ng, you would have noticed that a lot of Universities and Polytechnics in Nigeria are expelling students who erred and publishing their name publicly on their website. You don’t want this to happen to you? Then read on to find out why they are found guilty!
University of ilorin expelled 8 students for various acts of misconduct!
Names of the unlucky students of unilorin, who were recently tried by the University Students’ Disciplinary Committee (SDC), are;
* Muhammed Musa Suzo of the Department of Accounting;
* Temidayo Olakunle of the Department of Educational Technology;
* Azeez Babatunde Said of the Department of Sociology;
* Olakunle Toheeb Oyinloye of the Department of Sociology;
* Abdulwaheed Oluwafemi Sanni of the Department of Common and Islamic Law.
* Dennis Adams Adeniji of the Department of Sociology;
* Ademola Justice Oguntade of the Department of History and International Studies; and
* Ahmad Kolade Surajudeen of the Department of Statistics;
And two lucky students (I called them ‘lucky’ because they are not expelled) have been rusticated for one academic session.They names of the students are;
* Habeeb pootu of the Department of Chemistry and
* Abdullahi Mohammed of the Department of Private and Property Law.
The University of Ilorin has also suspended Mayowa Salawu of the Department of Zoology pending the outcome of investigations into allegations that he associated with or belonged to an unregistered club on campus. (*Thinking out loud* I wonder why this young promising Nigerians would choose to end their life/destiny while on campus…)
And Sulaiman Araba of the Department of Social Science Education, was exonerated from the charge of misconduct leveled against him.
However, in its sustained bid to uphold fairness and justice, the University management has given the penalised students the opportunity to appeal against the punishment meted to them.
To the affected students
A statement by the Secretary to the Students Disciplinary Committee, who is also the Deputy Registrar, Student Affairs, Mrs. K. W. Sallee, advised those who are not satisfied with the penalty they got to route their appeal to the University Council through their Heads of Departments, Deans of Faculties and the Vice-Chancellor within 48 days of the receipt of the letters conveying the SDC’s decision to them.
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