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FUT Minna Withdraws 8 Students For Poor Academic Performance

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The Senate of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, at its 437th meeting,

has approved the withdrawal of  eight students of the university for failure to register for two consecutive sessions and poor academic performance.

A release from the university at the weekend indicated that seven of them were withdrawn based on failure to register for two consecutive sessions, while one other student was withdrawn from the school due to poor academic performance.

The names of those withdrawn for not registering for two consecutive sessions are, Ibrahim Haroun Yahaya, 300 Level, Chemistry Department; Omotosho Gabriel Olasunkanmi, Ogundu Mimidoo Winifred, Ezekiel Emmanuela Nkechinyere

And Oranusi Chukwudi Charles, all in 200 Level, Chemistry Department.

Others are Chantu Nommiyid Musa and Hanafi Mubaraq Olalekan, both in 500

Level, Department of Telecommunication Engineering, but Iwoh Inalegwu Kizito, 300 Level, of Department of Quantity Surveying, was withdrawn for poor academic performance.

In another development, the senate of the university at its 437th meeting, considered and approved the reinstatement of studentship of Benard Prince Otunde, Department of Mathematics.

The senate, after reviewing all the issues, concluded that Otunde’s earlier withdrawal from the university was done in error, and as such, he should be reinstated.



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