U.I. tell 408 Students to Withdraw

The School authorities of Nigeria’s premier varsity-the University of Ibadan have advised 408 students to withdraw from the institution following their inability to meet the minimum academic requirements.
The School’s Senate ratified the decision at its annual meeting-set aside to consider and approve where necessary the results of graduating and non-graduating students.
Most of the affected students were admitted to the school when the post-UTME test was not conducted because of opposition to the exercise in the 2016/2017 session.
The Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Prof. Adeyinka Aderinto, told journalists in Ibadan that the school would not lower its academic standards despite the financial difficulty it currently faces.