The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has deeply pleaded with the Bauchi State University, Gadau, to revisit their recent decision expelling some students of the institution and appealed for their reinstatement.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by its Director Administration and Strategy, Prince Mohammed Sani, made available to journalists in Bauchi.
According to him, “Based on our consultation with students’ leaders and stakeholders in the institution, we found out that our students that were expelled from the institution were found guilty as they acted contrary to the ethics and values of the institution.
“We are against the pattern of our students in the institution that goes against the values and ethics of the institution. We have hope and confidence on the management that they will temper justice with mercy. We equally call on Bauchi State Government to continue giving support to the institution.”
“We salute the management of the institution for their commitment and dedication towards students’ welfare. NANS shall continue to dialogue on behalf of our students because confrontation cannot solve our problems.
“We equally commend the Bauchi State Government for its milestone achievements in the educational sector and we call for more adequate funding for Bauchi State University inline with global best practices,” Sani stated.