Rivers varsity suspends six for cultism, exam malpractice

The management of Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rivers State, has suspended six students for various offences.

Faith Omie of the Department of Political Science was suspended for examination malpractice. She was alleged to have hired one Sunday Ogaranya to sit for her in the departmental examination.

Ogaranya was also suspended for impersonation.

Ignatius Ajuru University of Education in Rivers expels 6 students for rape, fraud

Similarly, one Augustine Owen was suspended after he was caught in an examination hall copying from a smartphone as well as Godwin Prince and Marvelous Wokoma, who were suspended for copying from relevant materials in the exam hall.

Also, John Dike from the Department of Health, Human Kinetics and Safety was suspended for his involvement in cult-related activities on campus and causing bodily harm to a fellow student.

The Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Ozo- Mekuri Ndimele, who made the disclosure, added that the files of the suspended students have been forwarded to the Students Disciplinary Committee for further investigation and to the Department of State Services for profiling.