DELSU Expels 4, Rusticates 26 For Alleged Examination Malpractices
Delta State University (DELSU) has expelled four of its students, rusticated 26 and placed four others on indefinite suspension.
This action of the university was contained in a special edition of the bulletin issued by the Department of Information and Public Relations, Vice Chancellor’s office, on Tuesday 5th June, 2018.
According to the bulletin, the affected students were sanctioned for their alleged involvement in various examination malpractices.
Some of those affected are the departmental presidents of Mass Communication, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Business Administration and Geography and Regional Planning departments.
However, in a swift reaction to the development, some of the affected students, when contacted, alleged that they were, indeed, being victimized by the management of the Faculty of Social Sciences for daring to raise questions over alleged misappropriation of hundreds of thousands of students’ dues.
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