UNILORIN Warns Matriculating Students Against Pornography, Indecent Dressing
The University authority warned its over 10,000 newly admitted students against involving in cultism, indecent dressing and watching pornographic films on and outside the campus.
They also advised them to adhere strictly to the rules guiding the institution’s operations, adding that anyone found contravening them would be shown the door.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the university formally admitted 10,886 new students for the 2016/2017 academic session during the matriculation.
Prof. AbdulGaniyu Ambali is the Vice-Chancellor of the University.
Prof. Ambali in his speech told the students that they were the lucky few out of 110,675 applicants who sought the university’s admission. Ambali told the students that the admission was a golden opportunity that would launch them to lofty heights if properly treasured.
Also speaking, Mrs Rebecca Okojie, the acting Registrar of the institution, warned the students to shun cult activities on and outside the campuses. She also cautioned them against watching pornographic films and videos on the campus.
Okojie said that the university also had zero tolerance to indecent dressing.