Uduaghan warns against cultism in tertiary institutions

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By FESTUS AHON

UGHELLI—Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan of Delta State, weekend, warned students in the state’s tertiary institutions against indulging in cultism and other anti-social vices, noting that a student caught involved in cult activities will not graduate.

Speaking at the first convocation ceremony of the state Polytechnic, Ozoro, Uduaghan said the institution was issuing certificates both in learning and character and could not, therefore, issue cultists with certificates.

Stressing the need for Business Studies to be inculcated in every aspect of learning, he said Business Management was key to the development of the youths. He commended the institution’s rector, Dr. Joseph Oboreh, for his development effort in the school, describing him as a developer.

Uduaghan urged striking medical doctors in the country to go back to work while their demands are dealt with, saying that the present security challenge faced in the country does not encourage strike in the health sector.

 

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