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University of Jos suspends 30 students over “improper dressing”

The University of Jos has announced the suspension of 30 students, over what it termed “improper dressing.”

The notice of the students’ suspension which was placed of the notice board of the institution indicates that 20 of them are final year students (400 level), while 10 are a mixture of 200 level and 100 level students.

The suspended students are expected to stay away from the institution until after 3 months.

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