LASU Suspends 3 Students For Attempted Kidnapping Of SUG President

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Three students of the Lagos State University, LASU have been suspended for attempted abduction of the president of the Student Union Government of the institution, Tayo Sekoni.

In a statement released by the school authorities, Oladapo Mojeed Babatunde, Adebanjo Fatai Adekoya,both in their final year and Fola Kosoko, a fresh graduate of the university attempted to kidnap Sekoni on Thursday while on his way home.

“The Management of Lagos State University has suspended the following students with immediate effect, for attempting to abduct the Lagos State University Students’ Union President, Tayo Sekoni, on his way home on Thursday, 28th July, 2016, pending their appearances before the Students’ Disciplinary Committee [SDC]: Oladapo Mojeed Babatunde, 500 level; Adebanjo Fatai Adekoya, 500 level and Fola Kosoko, a fresh LASU graduate, the statement reads.

“The school’s management warned the students not to partake in any socio-academic activities of the institution until their suspension had been lifted.

“The aforementioned students/graduate have been strongly instructed not to participate in the socio-academic activities of the prestigious Lagos State University until the suspension is lifted.

“In addition, the suspended students/graduate are not to be seen within the University premises except on invitation,” the statement added.

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