LOKOJA VARSITY: AKINWUMI GOES TOUGH AGAINST IMPROPER DRESSING, CULTISM, EXAM MALPRACTICES

LOKOJA VARSITY: AKINWUMI GOES TOUGH AGAINST IMPROPER DRESSING, CULTISM, EXAM MALPRACTICES

Lokoja varsity goes strictly against cultism, improper dressing, exam malpractices
By Boluwaji Obahopo, LOKOJA

The Federal University LOKOJA has read riot act to students of the school, warning them strictly against examination malpractices, cultiam and improper dressing.

Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof. Olayemi Akinwumi who read the riot act to the students during the weekend at the institution of the 2019/2020 matriculation ceremony.
Prof. Akinwumi said any students found wanting those vices faces expulsion.

Akinwumin in his address tittles, “Remember The Children of Whom You Are” urged the matriculated students to developed themselves both in character and learning.

He said, “Whatever will be the end result of your academic career here in Federal University Lokoja will be dependent on how you determine to commence because, “As you lay your beds is exactly how you will lie on them.”

“My dear children, I urged you all to look back and always remember the home you are coming from and reflect on your activities in these three or four years that you will sojourn here in search of Academic laurels that will launch you into the future. In doing this, you must always remember the children of who you are.

“In welcoming you also, let me highlight some of the forces that can get you out of this University without realizing your aims and objectives for seeking for, and gaining the admission that you are celebrating today.”

Akinwumi specifically listed involvement in cult activities, examination malpractice, improper dressing as those forces that attract expulsion from the citadel, “Obedience to all the provisions in the students handbook will save you from unnecessary embarrassment.”

1,880 students indifferent department and faculties took part in the matriculation ceremony.
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