KWASU sanctions student over indecent skit


Prof. Jimoh Shaykh-Lukman, Vice Chancellor, Kwara State University, KWASU.

Kwara State University (KWASU), Malete, has taken action against a male student allegedly involved in a controversial skit depicting inappropriate behavior towards females.

According to Dr. Saeedat Aliyu, Acting Director of University Relations, the student’s portal has been disabled as an initial disciplinary measure pending further investigation by the Student Disciplinary Committee.

Aliyu stressed that the skits do not align with the institution’s values nor represent the ethical standards upheld by the majority of KWASU students.

She reaffirmed KWASU’s commitment to producing graduates distinguished by both academic excellence and exemplary character, stating a zero-tolerance policy towards misconduct.

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“KWASU is an institution that prides itself as producing the total graduate, both in character and in learning, and has zero tolerance for any form of indiscipline.”

Aliyu stated that the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Jimoh Shaykh-Luqman gave the directive of disabling the concerned student’s portal as a first-line punitive measure pending the outcome of investigation by the Student Disciplinary Committee.

“We wish to reiterate that KWASU holds in high esteem the values of decency that all religions promote and will not condone any act that can joepardise this value,” she said.

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