Nigeria, June 1 -- Details have emerged on how the management of the University of Abuja accused and rusticated two students' union leaders without being presented an opportunity to defend the allegations levelled against them.

The victims are the university's Students' Union's Directors of Socials and Sports, Igwe Cyprian, and Oladeru Olamilekan, respectively. They were accused of "facilitating and circulating" statements allegedly capable of bringing unrest to the campus.

The university on Friday issued them letters of rustication, declaring them persona non grata on the campus "pending the determination of their case."

The university accused both students of breaching the matriculation oath by allegedly sharing an inciting statement...