Shun Cultism, UniAbuja Chancellor Warns Matriculating Students


The vice Chancellor of University of Abuja, Professor Micheal Adikwu has charged new students of the institution to resist any temptation of involving in cultism, examinations malpractices, truancy and extremism of any kind on campus.

Adikwu gave this warning while addressing Matriculation 3,900 Students in different faculties of learning, during the school matriculation ceremony.

The vice Chancellor explained that the university is a place for serious academic pursuit and an embodiment of the highest moral standards, therefore the students are expected to combine the pursuit of learning with strict moral rectitude.

He pointed out that failure in any of the expectations of a sound academic and moral character, will render their stay in the university useless to both themselves and the nation at large.

He stated that the University of Abuja as a microcosm of the Nigerian society, is bedeviled with a number of challenges that require urgent attention.

“Some of which include inadequate or non-availability of some basic facilities, acute shortage of hostel accommodation, lecture halls and laboratory spaces transportation among others.

“The university management is however committed to doing its best to overcome some of the major problems within the shortage possible time,” he said.

One of the matriculating students, Miss. Victoria Iorchir was full of praises to God, her parents and the university authority for making it possible to witness this epoch making event.
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