BY BASHIRU ABDULLAHI, FCE-YOLA
Against the backdrop of violence which reportedly led to the loss of no fewer than 50 students of the Federal Polytechnic Mubi, Adamawa State and the School of Health Technology, Mubi penultimate Monday, the Provost of the Federal College of Education (FCE), Yola, Adamawa State, Professor Abdul-Mumin Sa’ad has cautioned students of the institution against engaging in any form of anti-social behaviours.
Professor Sa’ad who gave the warning while delivering a speech at the Matriculation ceremony of National Certificate in Education (NCE) part-time students for the 2012/2013 session. Prof. Sa’ad, who also informed the students that the college has almost concluded arrangements to start degree programmes to brighten their chances of furthering their studies, added that the college will not condone any act of indiscipline or lawlessness.
“The management of this college has made and is still making a lot of efforts in the area of water and electricity supplies. We are upgrading our Library and ICT facilities, to ensure that you are provided with an enabling environment and the right atmosphere for teaching and learning.
“You should be warned that this college does not condone cultism, examination misconduct, drug abuse, indecent dressing and such vices. ”
Therefore, any student or group of students that engages in any of such anti -social behaviors will be shown the way out.
On her part, the Registrar of the College, Hajiya Fa’iza Ahmed, said, “I wish to inform you that FCE Yola is the second best College of Education in the Country. We urge you to be exemplary in conduct.”