By Dayo Johnson, Akure
AS about 2000 student athletes converge on the Joseph Ayo Babalola University Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun state for the Nigerian Private University Games (NPUGA) they have been warned against committing immorality.
Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Sola Fajana gave the warning at a Press Conference to herald the 5th edition of the games slated for December 14 -22.
Prof Fajana said the university as a faith based Institution would not tolerate unholy and ungodly vices such as smoking and drinking throughout the stay of the athletes on the campus.
He advised them to shun all forms of social vices and turn over a new leave.
The VC said that about 40private Universities across the country are expected at this years edition of JABU/NPUGA.
According to him ten sporting games will be competed for and they include Volley ball, table tennis, swimming, Athletics, Chess, scrabble, football and badmintons.
Prof Fajana added that about 120 Officials are expected.
All the athletics games will take place at the Oladele Olasore International School while others will hold on the campus.
The VC said that facilities to be used have been upgraded to World class standard by the university. He assured that that adequate security have been provided for all the athletes adding however that God is the great and ultimate security.