The Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) has expelled six students for bullying their fellow student.
The expulsion is sequel to the recommendation of an investigative panel which probed the incident that took place in an off-campus hostel on Saturday, November 16, 2019, a statement on Tuesday signed by the Deputy Director, Corporate Communications of the school, Adegbenro Adebanjo, said.
The names of the expelled students are : 1. Popoola Olaniyi Agboola IDD/ (300L)
2. Oluwadare Faith Tobiloba FST/ (200L)
3. Nandi Yohanna Jessica IPE/ (200L)
4. Ajuwon Tolani Emmanuella FAT/ (100L)
5. Emmanuel Funmilayo Taiwo FAT/ (100L) and;
6. Alao Olabimpe Cecilia CSP/ (100L).
The expulsion, according to the statement, was in line with the position of Page 48 of the 2019/2020 Students Handbook which prescribes expulsion from the University for Students who engage in, “Physical assault or battery on another student outside the university premises.”
It stated further: “As a consequence of their expulsion, their studentship of FUTA ceases forthwith with all its rights and privileges.
“The punishment meted out to the affected students is not to pander to the justifiable public outcry that greeted their odious act but in tandem with the rules and regulations as contained in the Students Code of Conduct as stipulated in the University Handbook and oath of Matriculation which all students are made to sign and subscribe to.
“FUTA will not tolerate any form of indiscipline or breach of university regulations.”
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