Kogi Poly Expels 171 Students For Misconduct, Poor Academic Performance


No fewer than 171 students of Kogi State Polytechnic have been expelled by the management for misconduct and poor academic performance.

This was revealed in statement on Tuesday in Lokoja by Mrs Uredo Omale, The Institution’s Head of Public Relations and Protocol Unit.

He added that 168 students were expelled for poor academic performance while three students were sent packing for theft and impersonation during the first semester examinations in the 2021/2022 academic session.

According to her, “The expulsion of the 171 students was approved by the institution’s Academic Board in its meeting held on July 28.

“The board also approved the exoneration of three students earlier accused of involvement in different examination misconducts.

“The three students exonerated are Johnson Lydia-Odunayo of the Department of Public Administration, Balogun Afeez Tolani and John Timothy both of the Department of Business Administration.”

She said the board took the decision after considering the report of the Central Examination Misconduct Committee.

“The board had already directed the various departments to process the results of the three exonerated students and forward them for approval” she added

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