Two Rivers University Students Suspended Over ‘Inciting’ Facebook 

Two Rivers University Students Suspended Over ‘Inciting’ Facebook

Two Rivers University Students Suspended Over 'Inciting' Facebook 

Two students of the Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (IAEU) have been suspended for one academic session over their ‘inciting” posts about the institution on social media.

Two Rivers University Students Suspended Over 'Inciting' Facebook 

The students are Sunday Idongesi Okpokpo of the Department of Political Science and Chibuzor Remmy of the Department of Educational Management.

The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Ozo-Mekuri Ndimele who confirmed the suspension in a statement on Wednesday, November 4, said Okpokpo created panic and
confusion when he took to Facebook to state that the school’s final year examination might be cancelled.

“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,” the statement says .

“Mr. Sunday Idongesit Okpokpo had over the weekend created panic and confusion when he posted on the social media cancelling the final year examinations scheduled to commence on Monday November 2, 2020 as well as the Matriculation Ceremony scheduled to hold onSaturday November 7, 2020.

Only the Senate of theUniversity has such powers.

He is to resume studies in 2020/2021 academic session at 100 level.”

The statement said Remmy was found guilty of inciting students to protest against the University Authority for having only one bank on campus.

The student said the call for protest
was a ‘joke’.

“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 hadcalled out students on that post to protest on Wednesday, November 4, 2020 against the UniversityAuthority 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.”

THEAFRICANMEDIA

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