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Govt suspends student who slapped corps member





Oyo State Government on Tuesday, suspended an SSS 2 student of Anglican Commercially Secondary School, Orita-Mefa Ibadan, Ojo Roqeeb, over assault of a corps member.

The Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology in the state, Barrister Rahman Abiodun Abdu- Raheem frowned at the student who slapped a corps member, ordering an immediate one-month suspension for the student.

The commissioner, who visited the school also said the suspension will serve as a deterrent to other students, adding that a letter of suspension be given to his parents.

He also said the student, on return must apologize to the corps member and sign an undertaking, not to repeat such act.

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While addressing the students, the Commissioner charged them to be of good behaviour, reiterating that the state government will not condone any act of indiscipline.

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He sternly warned that any student caught, acting in uncivilized manner, will henceforth be dismissed from schools in Oyo State.

Barrister Abdu-Raheem also charged teachers to be more dedicated and punctual at work.

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