Saturday, 29 December 2012

Convenant University expels 200 students

                                

"The University authorities of Covenant University, Canaanland, Ota in Ogun state, last Saturday expelled over 200 students for varied offences.
A source told DailyPost that trouble started when the Chancellor of the institution,Bishop David Oyedepo visited the school chapel unannounced and noticed that some students were loitering around the chapel, some talking and others were playing while the Vice Chancellor was giving a speech in the school’s chapel.


Our source confirmed that the very strict chancellor was very angry towards the attitude of the students and immediately called on the Dean of Student Affairs, Mr Bassey, for a brief meeting outside the chapel, while other members of staff including the VC joined in the meeting too.
DailyPost also gathered that the students knowing the sanctions that can befall them started running into the chapel, scrambling for available seats while some boys who did not have ties on where seen looking for ways to acquire some, even a group of boys numbering up to five allegedly took a girl’s scarf and ripped it to shreds using the parts to produce makeshift ties in an attempt not to get into trouble.
DailyPost source reported that shortly after the brief meeting, the institution’s Education Secretary, Mrs.Aize Obayan addressed the students, but noticed that as she was speaking, the students were murmuring.
Our source said the Chancellor then walked up to the podium and politely took the microphone from Mrs Obayan and said ”if i hear the voice of any student, the curse of the lord shall fall upon that one” and immediately, the chapel went dead silent.
Our source further told DailyPost that following this unruly behaviour of the students, the Chancellor spoke on the topic Discipline and his vision for the university that night and immediately he finished, the VC asked all students present to wait behind because a search was going to be carried out in all the halls in order to fish out students who did not attend the service.
He revealed that twenty-five final year students were caught, undisclosed number of lower level students while two others were caught smoking marijuana.
He confirmed to us that over 200 were expelled last Saturday.
The Bishop David Oyedepo privately owned university is known for its strict rules and discipline such as not allowing the students to use mobile phones within the school’s premises, while it is mandatory for students to always bring their bible to the general morning assembly and other rules too numerous to mention in this report.
 Source:Daily post

21 comments:

  1. The students have the rules and regulations of the school so why can't they obey?Its time we sanitise our education system.Smoking marijuana.Gosh.

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  2. Rubbish I dey secondary school? Screw him and his rules.

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  3. Shut up anon14:23..its a university not a secondary school.why expel them over loitering and what?marijuana..rubbish

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  4. @ Anonymous 14:38, how many rules laid down by God have u abided by? if there are too many rules, how do u expect them to follow all, na wetin sef? No phone at this present age? hmm Daddy Bishop...

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  5. Abi him dey use jet fly round d world? Y him no trek?
    What exactly r d reasons 4 no phones?
    And all d other countless rules?

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  6. I think it is high time for the students to voice out ,what kind of rules is dt,r they practizing master and slave school where students have no rights

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  7. I don't blame him,,,, they all know that the is strick and they still took there timy legs to the school, pls never you blame the chancellor for this, am suffering in my school which more strick than the convernant itself, (caritas)

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  8. To all u blabbers,,,, incase u failed 2 notice dey wer nt forced,dey knew wht was @ stake, so shut ur traps.

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  9. Anyone going to a mission schl shuld expect such. What is allowed in public and private school(higher institituion inclusive) may not be tolerated in mission school. Besides, any parents sending their kids to mission school has one thing in mind.... Discipline!

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  10. Hehehehheeheh thank God for my Maulag..dem no fit try am*breaks bottle*

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  11. my sch no dey disappoint.loool.cnt blv i graduated frm dt sch in 1 piece

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    1. Hey fellow Eagle! I thank God i graduated 4m dere wtout any story too ooh :)

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  12. u people should be careful what u say about a man of God. they were not forced to school there i am sure they knw cell fones are not allowed but they still buy forms, write exams and pay alot of school fees to stay there.

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    1. Pls shut up about this man of God bullshit, fuck it pisses me off like does that mean he should take advantage of things & act with pride cause he happens 2 be a pastor, dang call a spade a spade God won't strike you down if you say the truth ahn aahn any small thing man of God who cares, that's what you'll say till they ruin your....a man just distabilized 200 lives for silly offences/laws & you're saying man of God, what happened to suspension or forgiving as a so-called man of God ahn ahn

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  13. ALL THE RULES WERE LAID BEFORE THEM TO SEE BEFORE THE STUDENTS JUMP ON BOARD. PARENTS PLS DONT FORCE UR CHILDREN TO THAT SCHOOL, PERIOD.

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  14. What is all this man of God ishhhh happening in Naija self, how can u expel 200 students, including final year students?? So that they will go and continue in their sinful ways??? Hehehehe, let me ask ohh, will they be allowed to come church? Or they also expelled from the church. What is the difference between now going to a mission school and a public school? So expelling is the best way to discipline? What happened to counselling?? Isn't that what they need? Did their parent pay that big amount for you to drive them away whenever they exhibit stubbornness? I shake my head for gullible Nigerians.

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  15. That's my problem with these private uni's, in Nursery sch, I had rule, primary sch, I had rules too, In secondary sch evn more rules...Nw university, stil gt plenty of dem rules wen wud I den start livin my own life...Train up a child d way he shud grow...u kno d rest #smh

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  16. @ Anonymous 9 December 2012 16:54, your English wan cause make I ejaculate tru my nose.

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  17. Well,no comment

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  18. When u choose to attend a "secondary school" u take what you get. No disrespect to the Man of God but threatning to curse students jus to get them to be quiet is like a politician abusing his powers. Then again If our public schools were on point, people will not have to put up with all those excesses jus to get a good education. Enough said on this point.

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  19. They had the rules before they got admitted

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