Uyo - Ajibola Bayeroju, the Akwa Ibom Comptroller of Nigeria Immigration Service, has advised members of Akwa Ibom students’ parliament to shun cultism and other social vices.
Bayeroju gave the advice on Friday in Uyo, when the students body led by the Speaker, Akwa Ibom Polytechnic students’ parliament, David Etim, paid him a courtesy visit.
The comptroller, who advised the students to take their studies seriously, urged them to shun examination malpractices.
He decried the trend of get-rich-quick syndrome prevalent among young people, warning that riches without commensurate hard work do not always last.
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The comptroller noted that good family values were the bedrock of life and advised the students to remember the sound morals learnt from their homes and places of worship.
He also advised the students’ parliament to collaborate with the authorities to enact laws for the betterment of our society through sponsorship of reasonable bills.
Earlier, the speaker, David Etim, said that the parliament was working on a bill on female students’ harassment in tertiary institutions and campus prostitution.
He solicited for support from the state Immigration command, and thanked the comptroller for the audience granted the students’ body.