Vice Chancellor warns Students against campus pr*stitution, s3x-for-grades, cultism
The Vice-Chancellor of Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike Ikwo, Ebonyi State, Prof Sunday Elom, has warned over 15,000 students of the varsity to shun all forms of campus prostitution, sex-for-grades and cultism.
Elom said that the varsity has constituted a committee to look into improper dressing on campus, which will also ensure that the varsity is raided of all forms of crime, adding that any student that is found culpable will face severe disciplinary actions.
He made this known while addressing a mammoth crowd at the 11th matriculation ceremony, wherein over five thousand ninety seven (5097) fresh students were admitted into the school for the 2022/2023 academic session, that took place at the varsity premises.
According to him: “Be informed that Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ndufu-Alike, Ebonyi State, has absolute zero-tolerance for cultism, examination malpractices, bullying, ‘sorting’, campus prostitution/sex-for-grades and improper dressing, and we do not also hesitate to sanction offenders accordingly.
“We have constituted a committee on improper dressing on campus and any student found dressing improperly would pay a fine of N10, 000 for each offence. So, be warned. Dress the way you would like to be addressed. I wish to assure you of adequate security on campus.
“We, however, plead with you not to hesitate to report any suspicious activities, intimidation and harassment of any sort to the Dean of Students’ Affairs, security officers, SERVICOM or any staff of the University for immediate action.
Elom further noted that the freshers hail from all parts of the country, adding that, “These freshmen are also joining our university at a time we have adopted Blended Learning in our academic activities.”
He warned that the varsity will not tolerate any form of crime and that the offenders will be shown the way out, if found guilty of committing any crime
“Be warned that a breach of the oath that you have taken today will attract appropriate sanctions,” he stated.