Students of ECWA’s Bingham University,forced to sleep outside their hostels for a month over Pastors’ conference
The students of ECWA Bingham University were allegedly asked to vacate their hostel accomodation for a period of one month, over a pastor’s conference which took place within the school
ECWA Bingham University students were said to have been forced to sleep outside as the school, which is owned by ECWA held a pastor’s conference.
An aggrieved student of the school had a chat with her sister. Check out the chat and pictures ;:-)
ECWA Bingham University is a new Nigerian university. ECWA started planning for the University in 2003. A charter was granted by the Nigerian University Commission in 2005. Lectures commenced in 2006. The university has its permanent campus on the outskirts of Abuja (the Nigerian capital) in New Karu, Nasarawa State and has occupied it since 3 March 2008. The University Teaching Hospital is located in Jos, Plateau (state). Accommodation for students is on campus.
This is not the first time a Private University in Nigeria, will be in the middle of a controversy involving its students.
In 2012, about 200 students were reportedly expelled by the authorities of Covenant University, Cannanland, Ota, Ogun State, recently for what was described as “disregard of paramount core values.”
About 126 were expelled for not attending the ‘departure service’, meant to sign off from the school after the end of the Semester and Matriculation of students on November 30. Five other students were thrown out for smoking while unconfirmed source said additional 60 got the same fate for violating other rules bordering on the University’s core values.
A few others were given four weeks suspension for failure to sign the head count that was conducted a couple of weeks earlier. A letter of expulsion signed by the Registrar, Ntia Ubong, a copy which was made available to Saturday Vanguard stated that the affected students contravened Chapter 1, section 30, page 40 of the 2010-2014 Student Handbook