Three final year students in Rivers state expelled for allegedly gang-raping a fellow student
Rivers State College of Health Science and Management Technology has expelled three students for allegedly gang-raping their colleagues on the campus. The Nation reports that the affected students include Ferdinand Bruse Gospel, (EMT/17/096, Medical Technician), Chimgozirim Sunday (HIM/ 17/038, Health Information Management), and Nadum Sampson (DS/16/024, Dental Surgery Technician. The Provost, Prof. Franklin Nlerum, said the expulsion of the three students followed due process as they were all given fair hearing before the college arrived at the decision to expel them. However, one of the students, Chimgozirim Sunday, denied the allegation and accused the school management of violating their right to fair hearing. The post Three final year students in Rivers state expelled for allegedly gang-raping a fellow student appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.