Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University

Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Expels 23 Students Ahead of Grand Convocationn


In an unprecedented move, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University in Lapai, Niger state, has taken decisive action against 23 students who have committed serious offenses, just days before the highly anticipated 4th combined Convocation of the University. The Vice Chancellor, Professor Abu Kasim Adamu, addressed journalists in Minna yesterday to shed light on the circumstances leading to the expulsions and the upcoming graduation ceremony.

The disciplinary measures taken by the university are a clear indication of its commitment to maintaining its well-deserved reputation for excellence. Out of the 23 students expelled, 17 were advised to withdraw from the institution due to their persistently low academic performance, while the remaining seven were expelled for various misconducts that violated the university’s code of conduct.

Professor Abu Kasim Adamu shared details about the graduating class, stating that an impressive total of 6,154 students will be receiving their degrees on the upcoming Convocation day. Among them, 37 students will proudly graduate with first-class honors, an outstanding achievement. Additionally, 954 students will be presented with second-class upper certificates, and 3,283 will receive second-class lower division honors. However, a significant number of 1,538 students will be graduating with a 3rd class degree, while 17 others will be awarded a Pass.

The Vice-Chancellor clarified that the Convocation ceremony encompasses the 2019/2020 and 2020/2021 graduating classes. Out of the 6,154 students, a majority of 5,719 will be receiving undergraduate degrees, while 435 students have successfully completed the requirements for Post Graduate Diploma (PGD), Masters degrees, and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) programs.

In light of recent incidents and growing concerns about campus safety, Professor Abu Kasim Adamu emphasized the university’s zero-tolerance policy towards crimes such as cultism, drug abuse, and cybercrime. He sternly warned that any student found involved in such activities will face severe consequences, including immediate rustication from the university.

As the date of the grand Convocation approaches, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University remains committed to nurturing a conducive environment for learning and ensuring that its students graduate with the highest standards of academic excellence, integrity, and character.

Key Highlights:

  1. 23 students expelled from Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University over two major offenses.
  2. 17 students advised to withdraw due to poor academic performance, while 7 faced expulsion for misconduct.
  3. Vice Chancellor emphasizes the institution’s commitment to upholding high academic standards and zero tolerance for crimes like cultism, drug abuse, and cybercrime.
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