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ABUAD warns new students against crime, threatens to rusticate culprits



Management of the Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti (ABUAD) has warned the newly admitted students to shun vices such as drug, cultism and rape or risk been expelled.

The vice chancellor, Prof Michael Ajisafe, who read the riot act during the 9th matriculation ceremony of the institution, said ABUAD has zero tolerance for all forms of rascality.

He also used the occasion to announce that the university has got accreditation for all its courses, and there won’t be any reason for students to be afraid of the future.


The vice chancellor advised the students not to abuse the academic independence they enjoy on campus, saying any decision they take at this moment would either truncate or enhance their future plans.

Prof Ajisafe added that ABUAD was ranked in 2017 as second best private university in Nigeria and 13 on the Webometric ranking among the 268 tertiary institutions in the country, describing the feat as novel in the history of the nation’s education system.

“Hardwork like our founder, Chief Afe Babalola (SAN) said does not kill. But let me say this, there will be avalanche of influences and pressure in the university from which you are not insulated.”

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