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FUTA expels six students found guilty of bullying fellow student

By TVC News Nigeria
27 November 2019   |   11:09 am
At the Federal University of Technology Akure, six students have been expelled over the bullying of a fellow student. This incident which took place on the 16th of November, 2019 had raised public outcry with many calling for appropriate punishment of the erring students. The expulsion is a sequel to the recommendation of an investigative panel that probed the incident which took place in an off campus hostel.

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