VC of Ojukwu University To Go Hard on Cultism

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Management of Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, COOU in Anambra State, have made it known to the students of University the need to guard against cult groups and cultism on campus, warning that any student caught would be rusticated and handed over to the Nigerian Police for prosecution, as directed by the FG of Nigeria.

The school VC, Prof. Fidelis Okafor, who sounded this note of warning at the weekend, during the matriculation ceremony of about 4,300 undergraduates and 16 post-graduates of the university, disclosed that a powerful and dynamic security network had been established and mandated to monitor and apprehend cult members on campus. 
Prof. Okafor said: “Woe unto the student that will be discovered to be a cultist in this university. If anybody approaches you to join a secret cult, do not hesitate to make a report to the security department of the university, or to the Dean of Students Affairs, or to any priest on campus. The image of this university has greatly improved in the eyes of the public and cannot, therefore, be compromised through deviant behaviour of a few miscreants”.

The Vice Chancellor also said the university has shown itself as centre of excellence by winning laurels in recent international, national and state competitions in various fields, adding that it has been ranked second to University of Benin , by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board, JAMB, as an institution that strictly complied with the JAMB’s guidelines of admission, as well as ranked as the 67th best university out of the 140 federal, state and private universities in the country.

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