By Marie-Therese Nanlong.
Jos — The Vice-Chancellor of the Plateau State University, Bokkos, Professor Danjuma Sheni, has raised the alarm over the open grazing of cattle in the institution.
Sheni, who stated this, yesterday, disclosed that 15 of the 17 programmes offered by the university needed to be re-accredited by May this year, warning that failure to get the needed accreditation would affect students currently running the programmes.
He also lamented cases of theft and harassment of female students on campus, saying such insecurity tendencies could be escalated if not checked.
Sheni, whose tenure is coming to an end this month, spoke with journalists in his office where he pointed out the achievements and challenges made during his tenure.
He urged that “a wise man” takes over from him so as to continue the vision, which would consolidate on the gains made and instil public confidence in the institution.