300L UNILORIN Student who gained admission through exam malpractice writes school to withdraw and start over again … See Photo
A 300 level sociology student of the University of Ilorin UNILORIN, Abolarin Akin Jephtaph, has written to his school management asking for his withdrawal. See photos detailed below:
According to a letter he sent to his school management (a copy above), he came into the school with WAEC papers he got through examination malpractice and as a new born again christian, he cannot build his career on a faulty foundation. He hopes to start all over
Authorities of Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka, at the weekend, wielded the big stick by expelling 21 students, rusticating 33 others for alleged examination malpractice, while 24 others were suspended for the same offence.
The university also withdrew the approved results of two former students, who studied at the Agbor affiliate centre of the school.
These disciplinary measures were contained in the summary report of the university’s Examination Malpractice Mobile Disciplinary Committee, which was published on the university’s website at the weekend.
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The 2015 Post-UTME screening at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, was concluded on Monday with the screening of 28,233 candidates and arrest of 167 impersonators.
The screened candidates applied for departments of Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Mass Communication and Sociology of the university’s Faculty of Social Sciences.
A statement by the university’s director of information and public relations, Emmanuel Ojukwu, said out of 30,477 candidates who applied for the test on the university’s portal, only 28, 233 candidates turned up for screening.