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Varsity threatens students, lecturers over sale of handouts

Enugu—The Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT, has vowed to expel any student involved in the sale of books, hand-outs and other forms of extortion.

Professor Chidi Ugwu, the Acting Vice Chancellor of the university, gave the warning in a statement in Enugu, yesterday.

“Similarly, dismissal from service awaits any staff of ESUT, both academic and non academic, found to be extorting money from students under any guise,” he said. The statement also warned students against sorting lecturers for grades as the consequences would be very grave for them.

It said that the university would stop all acts of corruption as it has zero tolerance to same. The statement, however, advised parents to support their children financially to enable them to meet up with their needs, noting that this would save them from cultism, armed robbery, extortion, prostitution and other vices.

He appealed for a change of orientation in ESUT, pointing out that his administration was in a hurry to bring about change.


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