Uniabuja Expelled Students Wrongly Accused of Kidnapping
The popular activist, Mr Segun Awosanya widely known as Segalink has taken to his Twitter page to reveal the present case on his table.
He writes: It came to my notice that of the 48 suspects illegally paraded as kidnappers in Abuja a while back, half of them were University of Abuja students. Despite the fact that the case against these youth were struck out for lack of diligent prosecution, the University rusticated them.
Segalink shares the content of the message:
Good morning sir..
I want to say a big thank you for your help sir.
May God His infinite mercies continually to empower you.
May His protection and blessing always be upon you and yours in Jesus name! Amen.
Good evening sir.
You remember the 48 people paraded as kidnappers in February 2020. Half of them were unibuja students my nephew being one of them.
The case was charged to court and the case was thrown out due to lack of evidence by the police.
Now sir, unibuja has unjustly expelled them from school. No panel, no investigation, no chance to hear the you men's side of the story, just straight expulsion.
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