The Lagos State University (LASU) has suspended four students for cult-related activities and improper conducts.
This is contained in the university’s official bulletin obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Lagos.
The bulletin quoted the institution as saying that conducts of the suspended students could cause breach peace on the campus.
The bulletin said the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun, took the decision on behalf of the university authority.
It said the decision to suspend the students was taken by Vice-chancellor, who invoked section 28 of the law establishing LASU.
The statement added that the four students allegedly abducted a fellow-student from his hostel for initiation.
It said the affected students were suspended from the university pending their appearance before the Students Disciplinary Committee.
The affected students are: Shola Rapheal-Olatoye, Department of Management Technology, Saheed Shittu of Social Science Department, Rapheal Anifowose of Economics Department and Muritala Babajide-Ikuforiji, Faculty of Education.
“In view of this development, the suspended students are not to participate in any academic or social related activities of the university until the suspension is lifted,” it stated. (NAN)
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