LASU suspends student for alleged possession of Indian hemp, warns 12 others

Lagos State University                                  

The Lagos State University (LASU) has suspended Ofodile Cluisom, a 200-level student of Industrial Public Relations and Personnel Management Department for two semesters for alleged possession of substance suspected to be Indian Hemp.

The university also issued warning letters to 12 others for alleged misconduct bothering on procurement of abortion, indecent dressing, conspiracy and sexual assault.

The university official bulletin, obtained by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, said Cluisom was suspended for failure to appear before a panel of investigation for unlawful possession of substance suspected to be Indian Hemp.

“LASU Senate at its 247th statutory meeting considered and ratified the recommendations of the Committee of Provosts, Deans and Directors on the misconduct of students.

“Consequently , Ofodile Cluisom of Industrial Relations and Personnel Management is suspended from the university for 2017/2018 Rain semester and 2018/2019 Harmattan semester,” it said.