By Awayi Kuje

The Nacabs Polytechnic, Akwanga, Nasarawa State, has warned its students against cultism, exam malpractice and other social vices.

The Founder/President of the institution, Mr Mandy Abuluya, issued the warning on Friday during its 11th matriculation for 600 students for the 2022/2023 academic session.

Abuluya said that such vices had ruined the lives and education of many students.

According to him, our institution has a zero tolerance policy towards cultism.

“We will not hesitate to take disciplinary action against any student found engaging in such activities.

“I want to start by congratulating the newly matriculated students on taking this important step in their education journey.

“By taking the oath, you have committed to the principle of integrity, hard work and discipline.

“We expect you to be good ambassadors of this institution and contribute positively to society,” he said.

Abuluya assured the students of the institution’s commitment toward providing them quality education.

He urged them to pay their fees promptly, saying that it is critical to the smooth running of the institution.

Abuluya said that he decided to offer scholarships to thousands of students to enable them to have access to education.

Abuluya, who is the President, Eggon Cultural and Development Association Worldwide, appealed to the State Government, NGOs and other well-spirited individuals to support the institution to succeed.

Also, the Rector of the polytechnic, Prof. Donald Adigidzi, urged the new students to focus on their education and shun any form of social vice.

“In Nacabs Polytechnic, Akwanga, we are dedicated to maintaining high standard of academic excellence.

“And we are constantly striving to take our education to new heights in line with our motto of ‘Technology for Emancipation’,” Adigidzi said.

He further urged the matriculants to obey the school’s rules in their interest and for the overall development of the education sector.

Administering the oath of matriculation on them, the Registrar of the institution, Mr Usman Ogah, urged the new students to abide by the oath they took in order to excel in their academic pursuits.

Ogah also urged the students to remain peaceful and tolerate one another at all times.

Responding on behalf of other matriculants, Mr John Monday, promised that they would abide by the school’s rules and regulations.

Monday also pledged to be good ambassadors of the institution. (NAN)

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