A 100-level student at Taraba State University has been expelled after criticizing the state governor, Darius Ishaku.
The student, identified as Joseph Israel, took to his Facebook to share a post that criticized the governor’s plans in expanding the airport at the state as well as building an International airport.
The student who shared reasons why the governor should halt on any plans he has on expanding the airport and building a new international airport.
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#TASU student expelled for criticizing his governor on Facebook . . Joseph Israel , a 100 level student of the Taraba State University, has been expelled for consistently criticising the state governor, Darius Ishaku, on Facebook, PremiumTimes reports. . . According to the outlet, the student had appeared before a malpractice committee which deals with issues of indiscipline and academic wrongdoings. . . Mr Israel said when the committee confronted him over his criticism of the governor, he asked the committee if there is any law in the university stopping students from using social media and expressing their views on governance in the state. . . He claimed the committee could not provide an answer. He said he was asked to go until the investigation is concluded, only to be later expelled.