Delta Poly Expels 233 Students Over Cultism, Lecturers Indictededucation, Latest News, News From The State Thursday, June 18th, 2015
By Ignatius Okpara, Asaba – Authorities of the Delta State Polytechnic, Uzoro has announced the expulsion of 233 students of various departments over cultism and sundry acts.
Rector of the institution, Dr. Steve Obioreh, in a statement he personally signed, and made available to newsmen, disclosed that majority of the affected students, were involved in cult activities.
According to him, the offences of others included presentation of fake school fees receipts, examination malpractices, among other unholy conducts.
He however warned those not affected against such offences or be ready to face similar sanction if apprehended.
“This is to inform the general public that students whose names were published are either cultists, or involved in the use of fake school fees receipts including examination malpractices as their names have been forwarded to security agents to arrest them because they are no longer our students”, the statement informed.
Chairman of the committee that investigated the affected students, Dr. Philips Obior, explained that the reports of their findings equally indicted some of the lecturers in cult related activities.
He added that the number of students in various cults groups had shocking revelations.
The reports he said, considered punishments for the lecturers who have been involved in cultism, stating that their level of involvement posed bad omen for the academic society.
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