The son of the governorship candidate reportedly led a violent attack on various targets in LAUTECH after the SUG election.
LAUTECH in an official statement signed by Registrar of the institution, Jacob Agboola says Adeoti and three other students are involved in a post-election violence that broke out following the Student Union Government elections on June 13, 2018.
According to the statement which was sent to all students on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, the University Senate at an emergency meeting held on Tuesday, July 24, 2018 considered the report and recommendations of the panel set up to investigate the student crisis that erupted after the Student Union election held on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 and approved the expulsion or suspension of Adeoti and 12 other students from the university.
The expelled students are Adeoti AbdulAfeez, whose father, Moshood Adeoti is contesting for governorship position in the upcoming gubernatorial election in Osun State. Akinloye Oluwatimileyin, Department of Pure and Applied Physics; Eze Raymond, Department of Management and Accounting; and Dauda Sodiq, Department of Chemical Engineering.
Eight other students were also suspended, they are; Olalekan Ismail, a student of Department of Computer Science and Engineering; Amoo Akeem, Department of Transport Management; Azeez Ayobami, Department of Biochemistry; Oluwole Opeyemi, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry; and Bankole Oluwaseyi, Department of Pure and Applied Physics.
Others include Abioye Aderemi, Department of Anatomy; Atoyebi Adeniran, Pure and Applied Mathematics, and Adewale Sulaiman, Department of Anatomy.
In June, Adeoti was reportedly accused by students and staff of the university of spearheading violent attacks on various targets at the institution.