Bowen University, Iwo, Osun state, according to reports, has allegedly expelled 29 and suspended 27 students of its students for different offences which include drug abuse, protests and fighting on campus.
Dr. K. A. Ogunleye, Registrar of the university made this known in a statement he signed and dated Thursday January 3, 2019 and was uploaded on the institution’s website.
According to the university’s website, the expelled students are: Olajola Enoch, Ogundiran Joshua, Kekemeke Godswill, Kekemeke Victory, Habu Emmanuel, Udofot David, Noble Nnakenyi Promise, Danjuma Alhamdu, Adesanya Joshua, Ademola Olasunkanmi, Musa Moses, Tolufase Michael, Aprebo Michael, Okosun Joshua, Joseph Caleb and Azeez Ayobami.
Others are; Ajisafe Timilehin, Gajere Jedidah, Onyekwelu Nwachukwu, Ojobo Devine, Tunde Daramola Olufolajinmi, Adewole Tomisin, Abraham Samuel, Adisa Tobi, Egbewola Oluwasegun, Kujore Adebayo, Akinbola Opeyemi, Babalola Abimbola and Chris Jackson.
Suspended students are: Oloyede Tijesunimi, Adedokun Adeola, Nweke Agatha, Oyewole Oyindamola, Ibrahim Tosin, Oke Oluwatobi, Monyel Chinaza, Ubredi Oghenewaivre, Okolocha Chibuzor, Mafo Tolulope and Saturday Godknows.
Others include; Otun Abdul-Quadri, Olufadeju Tobilola, Okoli Anthony, Uchendu John, Morakinyo Eriagbara, Gyunka Phillip, Amos Samuel, Awotunde Kayode, Jeremiah Abrifor, Okunlola Damilare, Omoobajesu Success, Moshood Fatai, Adetule Johnson, Okonkwo Valentine, Adeoye Moses and Oguntoye Alex.
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