Thursday, 5 May 2016

Kogi State University Expelled 8 Students, 3 Others Withdrawn

The Senate of Kogi State University, Anyigba, has approved the expulsion of 8 students on the grounds of examination malpractice, forgery of documents and indecent acts, while withdrawing 3 others for failure to register for two consecutive semesters.
Those expelled on grounds of examination malpractice are Otene Mary (12EC1139, Economics); Adeyemi Victoria (13BF1081, Banking and Finance); Egaji Ezekiel (11AG1087, Soil & Environmental MGT); Kolawole Samuel (13AG1124, Agric Econs &Ext); and Daniel Joy Danty (12BA1075, Business Admin), while those expelled for indecent behavior are: Aleremu Victoria Iyanuoluwa (11BF1024, Banking & Finance); and Alaba Owolabi (13EC1159 Economics).
Another 300 level student from the department of Accounting, Elo Kenechukwu Queendaline (14AC3001), was expelled for forging her transcript from University of Abuja, with which she gained admission o the university.
The three (3) students withdrawn from the institution for failure to register for two consecutive semesters are: Umar Salisu (13AC1201, Accounting); Ali Hammed Oladotun (13AC1047, Accounting); and Bello Salim Omotayo (11CH1020, Chemistry).
The expulsion and withdrawal of students are in line with the University’s rules as enshrined in the students Handbook and with due regard to the principal of fair hearing and due process.

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