We Didn’t Rusticate Female Student For Dancing With Late Vice-chancellor’s Statue – Unilag

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The management of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has debunked report that a student of the school was rusticated for dancing with the statue of a late Vice Chancellor of the institution, Professor Babatunde Sofoluwe.

In an information shared by the institution’s spokesman, Toyin Adebule, the management called on the students and general public to disregard such report.

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After a video of a female student dancing with the statue of the Professor Sofoluwe hit the social media, there were reports that she had been rusticated for 4 semesters.

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But Adebule said, “The management of the University of Lagos wishes to inform all students and the general public, that the current information making waves in the social media concerning a student who was allegedly rusticated for four semesters for dancing with the statue of the late Vice Chancellor, Professor A.B Sofoluwe is false and should be disregarded.

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“The university management, however, encourages students to be of good conduct all times.”

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