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Top Nigerian University Expels 23 Students, Awards 37 First-Class Degrees at Convocation

Cursory: Ibrahim Badamasi University in Lapai, Niger State, has expelled 23 students for serious infractions. The students were dismissed from the school, according to Vice Chancellor Professor Abu Kasim Adamu, because of their poor academic standing and multiple misconducts. In the meantime, 37 students would get first-class degrees at the institution’s 4th joint Convocation event, according to Adamu.

Lapai, state of Niger – Due to poor academic standing and other infractions, 23 students from Ibrahim Badamasi University in Lapai, Niger state, have been expelled.

Professor Abu Kasim Adamu, the vice chancellor of the university, claims that 17 of the students received withdrawal recommendations due to poor academic performance, while seven others received recommendations due to various infractions.

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He asserted that the organization has no tolerance for any form of criminal activity, including cultism, drug misuse, and cybercrime. Anyone caught, according to Adamu, will be expelled from the university.

The vice-chancellor reportedly stated that the college will continue to keep its strong academic standards while speaking to journalists in Minna on Tuesday, May 16.

At the university’s 4th combined convocation, which will take place on Saturday, May 20, the vice chancellor added that 37 students would get first-class degrees.

According to him, a total of 6,154 students will graduate on Saturday, with 37 receiving a first-class diploma, 954 receiving a second-class diploma with an upper division, and 3, 283 receiving a second-class diploma with a lower division.

“A total of 1,538 will be graduating with a 3rd class degree and 17 others with Pass.”

He clarified that the students who will graduate at the combined convocation are the 2019–2020 and 2020–21 graduands, adding that 5,719 of them will be undergraduates and 435 will hold master’s degrees, doctoral degrees, or postgraduate diplomas (PGDs).


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