Authorities of the University of Ilorin has come out to denial report that the institution black-listed some candidates from writing the 2015 Post-UTME Screening exercise held in the institution last week over indecent dressing.
The university in a statement by its Deputy Director, Corporate Affairs, Mr Kunle Akogun, explained that the few candidates that were turned back were those who came to the CBT centre without the print-outs of their examination schedule, a situation that made proper identification impossible.
He said, “Even at that, we didn’t send them out of the campus. They were only directed to where they could get the schedule printed out nearby, and those who could still bring their print-outs were still allowed into the examination halls”
According to Akogun, “None of the candidates dressed indecently, as they were already aware of our dress code, which they must have read from the handbook we gave them and also from the post-UTME instruction uploaded on the university website”.
The university spokesman pointed out that even some of the candidates who wore short skirts to the screening centre were only counseled that such mode of dressing was not compliant with the university’s dress code, saying, “None of them was turned back.”
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