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UNILORIN expels 19 students for exam malpractice, admission racketeering

The majority of the students expelled were either in their first year, second, third, or fourth year of UNILORIN.

• April 1, 2024
Unilorin gate
UNILORIN

The University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has expelled or rusticated 19 students involved in various offences.

Their offences ranged from misconduct, theft, examination malpractice, hostel bed-space racketeering, extortion and assault to admission racketeering.

The varsity’s director of corporate affairs, Kunle Akogun, stated in Ilorin on Monday that six final-year students were expelled.

“The expulsion or rustication of the affected students followed the recommendations of the student’s disciplinary committee at its 220th/221st meeting,’’ he stated.

The majority of the students expelled were either in their first year, second, third, or fourth year of school.

While some students were expelled, others were rusticated either for one academic session or one semester. 

(NAN)

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