Nigeria Law School: Student Expelled From School For Protesting

Mr. Kayode Bello popularly called Kay Bello, a former University of Ibadan Alumnus has been expelled from the Nigerian Law School, Abuja campus barely three weeks to the final bar examination which comes up on 15th August 2017.

The University of Ibadan graduate, who recently concluded the compulsory court attachment programme of the Nigerian Law School has been shown the way out of the Bar programme after a series of face off and encounter between him and the management of the institution.

In a series of information gathered, it was revealed by a colleague who claims anonymity that trouble started looming for Kayode Bello when he wrote a petition against the management of the law school over poor social and welfare conditions.

It was also stated that Kay Bello printed fliers and sort to mobilize his colleagues at the Abuja campus of Law school to stand against the management and demand for a better living condition in terms of conducive classrooms and hostel facilities to justify the expensive fees they had paid for the school.

However, after the submission of his petition, it was gathered that the leadership of the Students Representatives Council of the Nigerian Law School in a letter to the management disowned him, stating that he was acting solely on his own volition and not representing the students  interest telling him to withdraw his petition in which Kay Bello refused.

Kay Bello has himself confirmed his expulsion from the law school and revealed he is currently planning a bigger platform to protest his expulsion.

It should be recalled that he was earlier rusticated from the University of Ibadan on April 13, 2010, following his involvement in a protest over hike in school fees in 2008.


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