UNILORIN expels 4 final years students and 5 others over exam malpractice

Monday, February 19, 2024 
At least nine students have been expelled from various faculties at the University of Ilọrin, Kwara State,  for allegedly engaging in examination malpractice.

The expelled students include four final-year students.

This was contained in the Unilorin Bulletin issued on Monday, Feb. 19.

According to the bulletin, the students’ expulsion was sequel to the recommendations of the Students’ Disciplinary Committee at its 219th meeting which was approved by the Vice Chancellor, Prof Wahab Egbewole.

Those affected include Lateef Lukman Olayemi, a 500-level student of the Department of Agriculture/Aquaculture and Fisheries, Kuranga Abdulmuiz Olalekan, 500 level student of Agriculture/Agricultural  Extension and Rural Development, Adebisi Janet Bosede, 100 level student of Arts/Linguistics and Nigerian Languages, Ogundijo Abdulmalik Akinkunmi, 500level CIS/Library and Information Science and Ashekun Oladiji Quadri, 400 level CIS/ Telecommunication Science. 

Others are Eqwudah Lucky Ojonumba, 300 level Education/Adult and Primary Education Studies, Musa Mohammed Asuku, 500 level Engr and Tech/Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Ahmed Saddam Opeyemi, 500 level Engr and Tech/Materials and Metallurgical Engineering and Ayinla Jamiu Olaitan, a 400 level student of Life Science/Zoology.

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