Five students sacked from Ekiti State University over rape


Ekiti varsity expels 5 students over rape

The authorities of Ekiti State University, EKSU, have expelled five students from the institution for allegedly raping female students.

According to the statement signed by the Public Relations Officer of the university, Mr Ajibade Olubunmi, the alleged offenders had been earlier tried and found guilty by the disciplinary committee headed by  Professor W. O. Adebayo.

Names of the expelled students according to the statement are, Babalola Adedotun Kolawole, a 300 Level Psychology student, Omoteye Olalekan Olamide, a 300 Level Psychology student. Others include, Bamigboye Biola Moshood, a Pre-degree Social Science student, Adekunle Lateef Omogbemileke, a 300 Level Accounting student. As at the time of this report, both Adekunle Lateef Omogbemileke and Okube Gabriel Ogunmoroti were still at large.

All the affected students, according to the statement, have been handed over to the police for necessary prosecution.

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