Kwara State University Expels 175 Students for Serious Offences

Kwara State University Expels 175 Students for Various Offences

Malete, Kwara State: Kwara State University has taken decisive action by expelling 175 students following findings of serious misconduct. The decision, announced by Dr. Saeedat Aliyu, Ag. Director of University Relations, comes after thorough deliberations by the Students’ Disciplinary Committee (SDC) spanning from October 2021 to March 2024.

In a statement released to the public, Dr. Aliyu outlined the reasons behind the expulsion, stating, “This is to bring to the notice of the public that the following one hundred and seventy-five students have been expelled from Kwara State University, Malete, for various offences.” The offences include examination malpractice, theft, using fake results for admission, assault, fraud, involvement in unregistered associations, and possession of a firearm.

The university administration emphasized its commitment to maintaining discipline and integrity within the academic community. “The Management of Kwara State University wishes to reiterate its zero-tolerance for all acts of indiscipline as the institution stands firm on producing graduates who are excellent both in character and in learning,” the statement affirmed.

This action underscores the university’s dedication to upholding academic standards and ensuring a conducive learning environment for its students.

For further inquiries, contact:
Dr. Saeedat Aliyu, Ag. Director, University Relations,
Kwara State University, Malete.

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