In Nigeria, a lot of educational institutions often have their very own unique way of handling indiscipline. While some of them are often accused of being free handed when it comes to letting student off, it appears there are some who don't play with the rules.
One of which is Veritas University; a private university situated in Abuja, the capital of Nigeria. According to a recent post put up by one of its student, it appears they take proper observation of school activities pretty seriously.
This young man identified as @malakailevii, took to his Instagram story to reveal he got a three-week suspension for making noise. In the letter which he shared, it stated that he was suspended by the catholic school for making noise during mass.
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Meanwhile, BOWEN University in Iwo, Osun state, expelled 29 of its students and suspended indefinitely some 26 others.
The privately-owned university announced the expulsion and suspension in a statement by the registrar of the school K.A Ogunleye.
The statement also included a list of the names of the expelled and suspended students along with their matriculation numbers.
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