By Our Reporter
Students of Arthur Jarvis University, Akpabuyo have been charged to shun cultism, and aim at achieving their full academic potentials.
The Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Ani Nkang gave the charge in a message welcoming the Students of the institution as they resume from the 2018/2019 first semester break.
Prof. Nkang said supporting students of the institution to achieve her potentials is central to the University. He said the planned policy on random drug tests will be introduced in the university to curtail the growing menace of drug abuse.
“On behalf of the Senate and Management of Arthur Jarvis University, I am glad to welcome you back from the 2018/2019 first semester break. Your academic success is our top priority.
“As you start the second semester, aim at achieving your full academic potential. Supporting you to achieve this potential is central to our mission at Arthur Jarvis University. Most importantly, we want you to stay well and healthy.
“Consequently, I wish to remind all students that the University has zero tolerance to drugs and cultism. The planned policy on random drug tests will be introduced this semester. Please settle all outstanding fees on arrival to avoid any disruptions in your academic activities. Study hard and enjoy your AJU experience!” the message read.
Recall that the university had rusticated nine students from the institution on cases bordering on drug abuse and cultism.
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