Osun Rehabilitates Suspended 30 Accused Cult Students

Date Posted: April 2, 2014 at 7:40 am

GOV.  RAUF AREGBESOLA OF OSUNNo fewer than 30 students of the Baptist High School, Osogbo,  who were suspended for alleged cultism have been rehabilitated by the state government in collaboration with the state chapter of the Parents Teachers Association (PTA).

The students who had gone through several trainings in moral and academics have however been granted pardon by the state Governor, Mr Rauf Aregbesola.

It would be recalled that the state government had in January this year suspended some students of Baptist High School, Osogbo for alleged cultism and hooliganism.

The suspension of the students was occasioned by the arrest made by the Nigerian Peace Corps in the state after a protest by the students shortly after the schools reclassification policy of the state government was implemented.


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