Six students of Crescent University have been sanctioned for misconduct, which include disruption of peace, damage to the institution’s property and absconding from school.
A statement from the office of the public relations officer of the university said the affected students were of the urban and regional planning, banking and finance, mass communication and degree foundation programmes.
About 50 students have been expelled in the past over various cases of misconduct, said vice chancellor Kehinde Okeleye, who restated Crescent’s commitment to sanctioning students found wanting.
He said the university operated a zero-tolerance policy against all form of anti-social conduct and other illegal activities.
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