SUSPENSION OF MR. SUNDAY IDONGESIT OKPOKPO
Mr. Sunday Idongesit Okpokpo of the Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Ignatius Ajuru University of Education with Matriculation Number UE/2019/B.Ed4/4505 has been suspended for one academic session 2019/2020) with immediate effect.
Mr. Sunday Idongesit Okpokpo had over the weekend created panic and confusion when he posted on the social media calling for the cancellation of the final year examination scheduled to commence on Monday November 2, 2020 as well as the Matriculation Ceremony scheduled to hold on Saturday November 7, 2020.
He is to resume studies in 2020/2021 academic session at 100 level.
In a letter of suspension to the student, the Director, Students Affairs, Dr. C.A. Ajie on behalf of the Registrar advised the students to hand over the University properties in his possession to his Head of Department or hall Warden.
SUSPENSION OF MR. CHIBUZOR REMMY
Mr. Chibuzor Remmy of the Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education Ignatius Ajuru University of Education with Matriculation Number UE/2018/EDUMAT/B.Ed4/0205 has been suspended for one academic session (2019/2020) with immediate effect.
Mr. Chibuzor Remmy was found guilty of inciting students with his social media post. He had called out students on that post to protest on Wednesday November 4, 2020 against the University Authority for having only one bank on campus.
He is to resume school in the 2020/2021 academic session. He is not to be seen on any of the three campuses unless on invitation.
In a letter of suspension to the student, the Director of Students Affairs, Dr. C.A. Ajie on behalf of the Registrar advised the students to hand over the university properties in his possession to his Head of Department or Hall Warden.
Meanwhile The Centre for Basic Rights Protection and Accountability Campaign has Condemned the suspension of the two students describing it as illegal
In a statement issued by the organization, the Secretary of Board of Trustees, Prince Wiro, the Centre called for immediate reversal of the suspension which runs contrary to principle of freedom of expression