Four female students of the Kebbi State College of Science and Technology, Jega, caught committing lesbianism have been expelled from the institution.
Provost of the institution, Alhaji Aminu Dakingari, confirmed this to newsmen in the state over the weekend.
The female students were caught red-handed by the school’s security personnel and cleaners, according to SaharaReporters.
Dakingari said: “The students confessed to the committee that they indulged in lesbianism and we just have to expel them from the school.
“They resorted to threatening my life through text messages but the security agents were able to rescue me from them.”