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Borno varsity warns students against cultism

28 November 2014, 07:05

Maiduguri - The Vice Chancellor of the University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID), Professor Ibrahim Abubakar Njodi, has warned newly-admitted students against cultism, drug abuse, violent demonstrations and other anti-social behaviour.

Njodi gave the warning while administering matriculation oath on 6 250 students for at the convocation square of the university.

He called on the newly-admitted students to familiarize themselves with all the university’s rules and regulations and strictly adhere to them.
He said the matriculation oath they took was an assurance that they have come to the university to pursue learning and knowledge diligently and be of good behaviour.

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He said the institution would not tolerate misconduct assuring the students that the institution was only interested in making them become useful citizens and its worthy ambassadors
A breakdown shows that faculty of education has the highest number with 1 650 matriculating students and followed by the faculty of science with 1 050 students.

Similarly, the faculty of social science has 775 students; faculty of management science, 689 and faculty of engineering 582 students. - CAJ News
Others include faculty of arts, 410; faculty of agriculture, 395; college of medical science, 340; faculty of law, 201; faculty of pharmacy, 90; and faculty of veterinary medicine, 68 students.

- CAJ News

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