The management of Caleb University, Imota, Lagos has denied the reports making the round on social media that two of its students were shot yesterday by the Police.
According to a Press Statement released by the school, the Head, Media and Public Relations, Mr. Elvis Efe Otobo said no student was shot at Caleb University.
He explained that some students became agitated when they discovered that a student was about to be sanctioned over a disciplinary issue, vanguard reports.
He adding, the situation has been added that the situation has been addressed by the University management, after consultation with stakeholders.
“Efforts by the University to fulfill its core focus of character building and academic excellence, has been strengthened by the continuous emphasis on mainstreaming global best practice, with emphasis on godliness.
“Parents and other stakeholders have continued to express their commitment to the vision and mission of the University.
“Caleb University is a faith-based institution with graduates who are making their mark, locally and internationally.”
Reports had spread across social media yesterday that two students of the private institution were shot by officers of the Nigeria Police Force after they stormed the school to calm the agitating students.
The students were reported to have protested against the suspension of their colleagues for what the school regarded as gross misconduct