The institution’s Registrar, Mrs. Adenike Fatogun, described the incident as ‘common incident’ of unruly behaviour by some students.
“Although, the university recently experienced a very common incident of unruly behaviour by some students.
“The students have appeared before the institution’s Students’ Disciplinary Committee and those found guilty were expelled and some suspended.
“This is given to the university’s highly cherished character of faith-based Christian institution governed by rules and regulations in conformity with Christian ethics and commitment to raising Godly intellectuals,” she said in a statement.
“The university insists that its students must be disciplined, well dressed, punctual at lectures and worship service among other requirements as contained in our handbook on rules and regulations.
“We will not allow any act of cultism, taking of drugs and alcohol, sexual immorality on campus and other indecent behaviours.”