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Four students of the Federal University Dutsinma in Katsina State, have been suspended for their involvement in cultism.

The Vice-chancellor of the university, Professor Armaya’u Hamisu Bichi approved their indefinite suspension with immediate effect, Katsina Post reports.

The Vice-Chancellor’s approval was a sequel to the “Security Report” signed by the Acting Chief Security Officer of the University, Tanimu Dari Atiku, and made available to the Directorate of Public Relations and Protocol.

The affected students are; Peter Enajo, M.sc Sociology; Lukman N. Aminu, B.sc Computer Science; Musa Halidu, B.sc Sociology, and Maikasa Victor Lawal, B.sc Sociology.

According to the report approved by the Vice-Chancellor, the aforementioned students who are confirmed members of various cult groups are suspended indefinitely pending the final security investigation.

Professor Bichi strongly warned students at all levels to desist from all forms of cultism and other social vices.

He described cultism as a formidable source of concern to the University Management and all meaning and law-abiding members of the University Community.

He reiterated that the Management will not relent in dealing decisively with any member of the University Community found to be involved in cult activities.

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