The Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU), on Friday, admitted 2,340 students for 2015/2016 academic session and advised them to be security-conscious because of crime increment in the nation.
The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Eno Ibanga, gave the instruction during the 6th Matriculation Ceremony at Akpaden, Mkpat Enin Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom.
He said that a total of 2,340 students were conceded in the 2015/2016 academic session thus far 1,823 were cleared for matriculation.
He focused on the requirement for the students to take their own, gathering security and well being seriously.
He further advised the students to deal with the opportunity to the best of their capacities and avoid acts that risks loosing their studentship.
The vice chancellor in his statement said security circumstance has changed and students ought to be more security-conscious in light of the fact that cultism is on the increase, religious extremism is on the increase, politically-roused viciousness on the ascent.
He also informed the Militancy is on the ascent and a wide range of crimes in the region, so new students ought to know about these, with the goal that they don’t get involved and get to be casualties.
He then cautioned against foul dressing around the institution, including that the university had zero tolerance for any form of misconduct.
He expressed gratitude toward the state government for giving offices and assets to empower the establishment to accomplish its objectives.
The establishment, he included, utilized its Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) to guarantee that offices were promptly accessible to students on grounds.
He restated the university’s dedication to be one of the best on the planet such that graduates from the university could be considered a portion of the best graduates.